Morton catch the eye with 11-goal demolition
MORTON took the headlines in the Gainsborough & District Sunday League as they hit 11 goals in their win against Ropery Rangers.
The West Lindsey side top Division Three and have scored 17 goals in their first two goals with just two against them.
Jack & Jill travelled to play Grove Mill Peacocks and gave an outstanding display of attacking football to win 8-0 to keep up their 100 per cent record.
Lime Bar are another newcomer to the league and they have shown they intend to be a force to be reckoned with a 4-2 victory over Stanwood Engineering. All the goals were scored before half-time and it sees Lime Bar maintain their 100 per cent record.
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Gate Inn Sutton have shown they are probably in the correct division for their abilities.
After last season's relegation they have opened up with two victories. Their latest was a thrilling 5-4 win against Newcastle Arms.
Owston Ferry SC complete the clubs on six points, their coming from three games, in another high scoring encounter they won 6-4 at Ship Inn Morton in a match where many chances were created as well as the ones taken.
In Division Two, it is Epworth who are setting the pace. With three wins from their three games and with an excellent goal tally they have the look already of the team to beat.
Sunday's opponents Sherwood Grove were completely overrun to the tune of 10-1.
Cross Keys Wroot dropped their first points of the season when they were held 2-2 by a very hardworking Tuxford Working Men's Club.
BRSA have opened the season with two narrow victories.
The latest was a 2-1 win over the previously unbeaten Beckett Arms. They were left cursing their luck after missing a penalty in the game, thereby denying themselves at least a point.
King & Miller, who finished as runner-up in Division Three last season, played host to the team that denied them the title Walkeringham. It was the home team who claimed the points with a 3-2 win.
Newcomers BAFC Vine have made a decent start to the season with two wins from three games. Sunday's 3-1 win against Clarborough, although less than convincing at times, was nevertheless a win.
Misterton United had suffered two narrow defeats in their opening games, but they changed all that on Sunday with a resounding 6-0 win against Ingleby Arms.
The pace in Division One is being set at this early point in the season by Northern.
A narrow 2-1 win over Retford neighbours BFC Birches gives them seven points from their three games.
Newcomers from Gainsborough, Liberal Branch made it two wins from two games when they defeated fellow Gainsborough team Marshall's Sports by 4-1.
Moorends Social Club and Harworth Pavilion had a defence dominated game at Thorne which just went the way of the hosts by a single goal.
FC Sun opened their programme with a 3-0 win at East Markham.
Leverton United opened their winning account with a pretty convincing 3-0 win against Rose & Crown.
In the Premier Division, there were just two games. Real Liberal kicked off in style with a 5-0 defeat of North Wheatley Phoenix.
Elkesley and Vine Inn Ath both remain unbeaten after a very close 1-1 draw.
League champions last season, FS Clumber were involved in a Nottinghamshire County Senior Cup tie and sadly for them they lost 2-1 at Nuttall.