Sunday football: Lees and Parkes double up for Dresden
DOUBLES from Simon Lees and Richard Parkes ensured Dresden United stayed top of the Premier Division.
Dresden thumped Keele University 6-2, with another strike from Josh Thorpe and Ashley Cooper's fifth of the season completing a rout.
It made it three wins in three for early pacesetters Dresden, who had not conceded so far in the league this season before Simon Brown (2) netted for Keele.
They are now the only unbeaten team remaining in the City Traders top flight, where Keele have only played one game so far this term.
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Blurton Joker are second following a 4-2 victory over Bench and Bar.
Lewis Martin's brace added to goals from Craig Dean and Gary Williams to secure the three points and make it three wins in their opening four matches.
Dave Ashley got his 10th of the campaign as Black Lion turned over Smallthorne Vics 6-1.
Matty Lewis was twice on the scoresheet and Matty Barlow's two makes it nine in the term so far for him. Gaz Whitmore also netted as prolific Lion lived up to their reputation as the division's highest scorers.
Ashley's side have now bagged 31 goals in just their first four matches of the new campaign, but have only won two.
Locomotive eased to a 4-1 win over Oak Tree with goals from Tom Fogg, Glenn Ray, Danny Rhodes and Kevin Davies.
Liam Hutchinson replied in the second half.
Craig Thorley got two in Hawk's 2-1 win over Castle Mona. Scott Dabbs also bagged for Hawk. Chris Jones hit the single for Mona.
In Division One, Chris Mountford hit a hat-trick in leaders Holditch's 8-1 demolition of Newcastle Rangers.
Simon Fowler (2), Danny Stonier (2) and Andrew Cooper made for a miserable morning for Rangers, who sit third from bottom.