PERENNIAL strugglers Ambi Allsports have started the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three season on fire, scoring 15 goals without reply in their first two games.
They lead the way on six points after a 10-0 success at newcomers TDMS in which Hall (4), Booth (3), Dawe (2) and Tarry scored the goals.
Broadway United Reserves continued their perfect start as Sallis (2), Cooper, Constantini and Marshall scored in their 5-1 win at Fortis, for whom Wallace netted.
Also with two wins from two games are Bretforton Old Boys who defeated hosts Bengeworth 4-0 through goals from Jennings (2), Stride and Gibbons.
Ashton 88 recovered from their heavy defeat of the previous week to earn a point in a 3-3 draw against visitors Stratford United. Graham Begley scored a hat-trick for Ashton and Beasley, Glover and Davies struck for Stratford.
Mumford and Halford scored for Stour Excelsior Reserves in their 2-0 home win over Evesham United Sunday, whilst Avon Titans and visitors Pebworth drew 3-3 as Shoots scored a hat-trick for Titans and Smith, Smaylen and Skinner registered for Pebworth.
In Division Two Cropthorne opened their season with a 6-0 home victory over Harvington thanks to goals from Letteresse (2), Hicks, Boother, Bennett and Williams, whilst a first half Goodwin strike earned Alderton the three points in a 1-0 home triumph over Bredon.
Newcomers Offenham Rovers earned their first points of the season as Smith, Brain and an own goal helped them to a 3-1 victory over visitors Sun Inn, for whom Jack Watts scored.
Quinton won 3-0 at Dragons with goals from Carter (2) and Jelley.
New Inn Pershore are setting the pace after Jordan Brant, Ballard and Jake Brant scored in a 3-2 success at Badsey Recreation, for whom Benfield and an own goal registered.
Evesham WMC lead Division One following an excellent 5-1 win at Tewkesbury Town in which Scrivens and White both scored twice for the Workies. The visitors also benefited from an own goal, whilst Bloom was on the mark for the hosts.
Champions Bretforton Old Boys came through a high-scoring game against Alcester Town which produced 12 goals. Hosts Old Boys scored through Reeves (2), Clarke (3), Beddoes and Davis in their 7-5 win, with Alcester netting through Law (2), Banks, Hodgetts and Davis.
Broadway United opened their season with a 4-1 home victory over Cider Mill as Jason Horsburgh (3) and Craig scored for Broadway, with Tomkotowicz on the mark for the visitors.
Mickleton Rangers were 6-1 home winners over Inkberrow thanks to goals from Beasley (2), Dan Moore, Mills, Beech and Baker. Coughlin netted for the visitors.