Asquith treble sees Dearne set the pace

DEARNE Valley made it two wins from two in the Mexborough Sunday League Premier Division with a 3-0 triumph over Queens United.

Asquith bagged a hat trick to seal the three points and earned himself a man of the match reward with a superb performance that saw him link up brilliantly with debutant Moore.

Westville also maintained their 100 per cent start with a 1-0 win at Bolton Social.

Mexborough Weatherspoons picked up their first win of the campaign by seeing off hosts Groves Social 3-1.

Defending champions Swinton WMC dropped their first points of the season after being held to a 2-2 draw by Woodman Inn Swinton.

Relegated Station 2007 stated their intent for an immediate promotion from Division One with a 7-1 mauling of Albert Road.

Simon Nuttall nodded Station ahead only for Albert Road to equalise.

But Station surged on with Nuttall grabbing a second and Marcus Clare netting from the spot after Fisher was felled.

Clare doubled his tally after the break with Beckitt, Jamie Wheeler and Jamie Green also on target.

Butchers Arms United kept their 100 per cent record intact with a 4-0 win over Roman while Alma AFC and Ingsfield Lane battled out a 1-1 draw.

Eagle and Child, Memories and Ivanhoe all made it two wins from two to set the early pace in Division Two.

Eagle thrashed Mexborough Sportsman 8-1, Memories mauled Cafe Sport 5-0 and Ivanhoe saw off Swinton Vic 5-2.

Plough Inn got off the mark with a 7-1 win over Telstar Warriors.

The Staithes found their legs in an 11-2 demolition of Cross Keys 2011 to top Division Three early in the season.

Simon Moss netted five including two penalties with Dale Hall, Chris Mitchell, Carl Riley and Andy Woolley also on target along with an own goal.

Swinton Bottom Club saw off newcomers Next FC courtesy of Jamie Concannon’s strike.

Chris Hargrave scored twice as Alma 2011 triumphed 2-1 over Stone House who netted through Dan England.

Brampton Bierlow Bulz Head saw off Boy and Barrel 3-1 while New Masons beat Wath Lions 1-0.