Last season Shaftsbury Youth agonisingly missed out on the title by goal difference as Blacon Youth secured the title on the last day of the season.
Shaftes will be hoping to finally go one better this season and on Saturday secured a superb 3-2 win against Blacon Youth, courtesy of goals from Alfie Naylor, Steve Large, and Paul Kane to make it two wins from two.
FC Farndon, who won the Olympic Trophies Championship last season and will be confident of mounting a challenge for the Premier Division title, carried on where they left off as ace marksman Lee Parry netted six times. New signing Danny Mongon also got in on the act with a double whilst Matty Sheridan and Sam Davenport both got singles as Farndon won 10-1 against Sutton Rangers whose goal came from Callum Lang.
Trey Lattie netted for Chester Nomads Reserves but Waggon & Horses fired back with a Harley Bennion double and a single from Billy Fennell to secure the points for Waggon.
Kelsall FC, who last week lost 2-1 at Blacon, were on the right side of the same scoreline this week defeating Hoole Rangers 2-1, with Kelsall’s goals coming from Tom Hulme and James Slack as Josh Leach replied for Hoole.
In the CWFL Olympic Trophies Championship, Handbridge FC (pictured) hit six without reply against Sutton Rangers. Adam Hodgson bagged a hat-trick, Scott Gibbons a double, and Declan Mchugh a single.
Waggon & Horses had Brandon Garland and Charlie Jones on target as they beat Cheshire Viking 2-1, with James Marshall bagging for Vikings.
Neston Nomads Reserves had five different scorers as they beat Hoole Rovers 5-1 with Nomads goals coming from Alex Butterworth, Chrissy Bushell, Max Donnally, Lucas Mckendry, and Joel Hall.
Orange Athletic netted via a Mitchell Jarvis penalty but that was not enough as FC Farndon Reserves netted four with Joel Edwards hitting a brace and Leo Davenport and Sam Sides both grabbing singles.
In the CWFL Tarvin Precision Vets Division 2, Winsford Town Vets had an impressive 3-2 victory away at Ellesmere Port Town Vets. Gary Lupton bagged a brace for Ellesmere Port Town Vets.
Ellesmere Port Red Lions had had Ben Powell on target with a brace and a free kick from Dan Wade gave them a 3-2 win against West Kirby Vets.
Image: Handbridge FC