REIGNING Swindon Sunday League champions Greyhound maintained their perfect start to the season with a 5-2 victory over Rodbourne Real.

Dave Hawkins’ men have won their opening three matches of the campaign, with this latest success coming thanks to a quartet of goals from Jamie Sheppard, while Dan Coles bagged the other.

While Hawkins says that they are taking it one game at a time, the Greyhound chief admits that he would like to do better in the Wiltshire Sunday Cup after bowing out in the third round last season to eventually winners The Dursley Arms.

“It is nice that we have kept our unbeaten run going, especially as we were without six of our regular starters,” Hawkins said.

“At the moment, we are not looking too much at the table. We are going to keep focussed on what we are doing and then maybe we will have a look after Christmas.

“One thing I would like to see this year is for us to do better in the Wiltshire Cup.

“Last year we got beaten by the winners. I would like to see us have a good run because it is something that has eluded us.”

Elsewhere in Division One, FC Walcot took their goals tally to 38 from four matches after they put nine past bottom side Swiss Chalet, who have now conceded 42 goals from four games, without reply, while Coleshill Youth saw off AFC Freshbrook thanks to a 5-3 win.

There were goals aplenty in Division Two, with 35 scored over five matches.

The majority of them came at Swindon Athletic as they were edged out by Wanborough in an 11-goal thriller, while Croft Juniors and Royal Wootton Bassett Town Sunday shared the spoils in a 4-4 draw.

Leaders Highworth Town Sunday claimed a 3-2 victory at home over Nationwide, while Eldene won 4-2 at Stratton Saints and Athletico Marlborough hit five without reply at Purton Red House.

There was another 11-goal thriller in Division Three, with Chiseldon Sunday edging Openwork United 6-5, while Northern Lights picked up their first win of the season when defeating Gorsehill Borough 5-4.

Leaders AFC Mannington claimed a 5-2 win over PSV Swindon, while Smart Movers proved too clever for The Abbey Mead as they ran out 4-0 winners.

Cricklade Park Rangers claimed all three points as they defeated Charles Geddes 5-3, while Swindon Rovers held out for a 4-3 home success over Sevenfield United.