HIGHWORTH Town Sunday remain top of the Division One table in the Swindon Sunday League after a 3-1 victory over Cricklade Park Rangers.

Billy Aldrich, Jonah Beer and Jordan Clark all struck in the first 45 minutes as Highworth saw off a struggling Cricklade side.

Greyhound kicked off their season with a comfortable 5-2 victory over Croft Junior despite efforts from Joe Grant and Joe Hiscock, while FC Walcot and Penhill United played out a competitive 1-1 draw.

Also claiming their first win of the new campaign was Uppercuts.

Five different scorers helped them to a 6-3 win over Stratton Saints despite a hat-trick from Scott Garrett in reply.

Corey King scored twice, while David Coleman, Stuart Fraser, Jason Viola and Mohamed Sharif also got on the scoresheet for Uppercuts.

AFC Mannington made it two wins from their opening two games in Division Two after a thrilling 6-3 success away at Woodlands Edge.

Steven Annetts, Simon Jenkins and Steven Nesbitt netted for the home side, while a brace each from Scott Hartley and Tommy Ouldridge was added to by Biagio Mazzotta and Louis O’Shea.

Four different players registered doubles in Jovial Monk’s 9-2 win away at Chiseldon.

Liam Kearns, Zak Keegan, Richie Miles and Luke Richards all scored twice, while Jonathan Peachey-Score netted a solitary goal.

Jordan Benfield’s hat-trick helped Swindon Saracens defeat Purton Redhouse 4-1 – Tom Golding got the other – while PSV Swindon and Atletico Marlborough shared the points thanks to a 2-2 draw.

Dan Heath and Aaron Stubbs scored for the home side.

Rudis fought back from 2-1 down at half-time to rescue a point away at Nationwide in a 3-3 draw.

James Joyce scored twice in the first half for the hosts before Simon Olding added a third six minutes into the second half.

Morgan Watts scored three in Wroughton Rovers’ 5-2 victory away at Gorsehill Borough – Moses Mbachu and Connor Stack also got on the scoresheet.

In Division Three, In the bottom tier, three sides maintained their 100 per cent winning record after the weekend’s results.

The Boundary House beat Swindon Rovers 4-3 thanks to goals from Kieran Butler, Daniel Hull, Brendan Shaw and Braedon Cleverly.

Neil Feline, Toby Purvis and Tim Miller replied for the unsuccessful home side.

Smartmovers went second courtesy of a 4-1 win away at Bakers Sunday, while 147SC recorded a 2-0 success at home to Swiss Chalet FC – Jake and Oliver Matthews with the vital goals.

Ridgeway Rovers fell 4-2 to Woven despite efforts from Jack Scarrott and Travis Hartshorn.