Football: Super Cooper inspires another success for leaders Dresden
DRESDEN United maintained their 100 per cent start to the season by chalking up their fifth successive victory to stay top of the Premier Division.
Mid-table Castle Mona were the visitors to Bucknall Park and they were looking to put the brakes on the leaders, but instead were on the wrong end of a 10-1 scoreline.
Ashley Cooper netted twice to take his tally for the season to 10 goals, while Ben Lees (2), Richard Parkes (2), Josh Thorpe, Royston Smith, Adam Grice and Dominic Thorpe were also on target.
Andy Lake netted the consolation for Castle Mona, who are now fifth from bottom.
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Black Lion moved up two places to second after beating Hawk, who drop to third.
David Ashley and Matty Barlow scored their 11th goals of the season, but the strike of the day came from Matty Lewis, who netted from the halfway line.
Scott Griffiths and Jake Sharratt were also on target.
Bottom club Smallthorne Vics were looking to get their season up and running when they took on mid-table Oak Tree, but the Birches Head-based side lost 4-1.
Vics have yet to pick up a point this season, but goals from Ant Pearce, Dean Johnson, Liam Hutchinson and Callum Roberts moved Oak Tree up one place to fifth.
Bench & Bar were the biggest movers of the day after their 5-0 success at Keele University saw them rise three places to sixth.
In Division One, Newcastle Rangers won the bottom-of-the-table clash again Millstone in some style.
Rangers, with just one point to their name before Sunday, put eight goals past Millstone, who remain bottom without a point to their name.
The win moved Rangers up four places from second-from-bottom to seventh.
Their scorers were Zak Parker (3), Matthew Guest (2), Callum Hulme, Josh Podmore and James Foster.
Johnson Autos moved into overdrive as they put six goals past The Tavern to move up one place to second.
Peter Weatherall (2), Shane Grice (2), Robbie Baker and a Jason Carruthers penalty accounted for their visitors from Wolstanton.
The win means Autos are just two points behind leaders Holditch.
The Barrel reached the semi-final of the League Cup after beating Gardeners Retreat 3-1 with goals from Greg Peake, Shane Biddulph and Dave Hughes.
Blurton Joker were the big scorers, Lewis Martin netting a hat-trick as they put 10 goals past L&M Autos to reach the second round.
Ryan Bridgewater, Shane Hurst and Tom Monk were on target as Longton Area progressed with a 3-2 victory over Park Inn.