TAWNY Owl’s free-scoring strike duo claimed a hat-trick each in a resounding 7-2 win that keeps the side on top of the Premier Division.

Prolific forwards Lewis Waldon and Jack Allan hit all seven goals against Ramsbury on Saturday, with the visitors scoring twice in reply.

The demolition keeps Tawny at the top of the table, having won all five of their opening games of the season and already boasting a goal difference of 26.

Waldon scored four times in the rout, after which manager Anthony Pascarella described his hitmen as “flying” in form and confidence.

Pascarella said: “In the first 20 minutes, we played really well and went a few goals up.

“They only came back into it in the last 15 minutes and scored two goals. We were a bit sloppy in the second half but overall, we were superb.”

Hat-tricks are nothing out of the ordinary for the Owls, with Waldon having scored eight times in the 14-2 thrashing of North Swindon WMC back in April.

Behind the dizzying goal tallies is the fact that the pair are playing to a high standard on Sundays and able to find each other on the pitch.

“Everyone is getting going now and our forwards are banging them in at the moment - they are flying,” Pascarella said.

“They are confident and playing on Sundays for good teams. Jack plays for Penhill on a Sunday and Lewis plays for Greyhound.

“They look lively, hungry and they are linking up well and playing well together.”

The Owls head to mid-table side Wroughton Reserves next weekend but Pascarella is taking nothing for granted.

“We are doing well at the moment but there are a few tough games coming up, with new teams such as Wroughton we don’t know a lot about,” he said.

“The league has definitely improved from last season, 100 per cent.”

FC Dorcan remain in touch with the Owls after their 2-0 home victory over Wheatsheaf, putting them three points behind the leaders.

Jimmy Horwood’s side are tied on points with a superior goal difference over Ashton Keynes, who lost 2-1 at home to Stratton Juniors.

In Division One, leaders Rugby Removals put eight goals past Swindon AFC without reply to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

The away win puts the pace-setters three points clear of Marlborough Reserves, who won 3-0 at Haydon Wick.

Newly-formed Redhouse saw their promotion blueprint given early cheer with a 4-0 home victory over Morden FC.

Daniel Ricketts, one of two brothers aiming to create a self-sufficient side, scored two of the goals.

Finally, Bakers Arms, Lower Stratton and New Town All Stars all tasted victory in the Adver Cup over the weekend, defeating Brockhill United, North Swindon WMC and Swindon Centurians Spectrum respectively.