In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Awsworth Villa and Bilborough Town are the early pacesetters.
Villa made it three wins from three as they overcame Basford United Community 6-3. Luke Hodgman grabbed another brace alongside efforts from Matt Goodwin, Ryan Whitehurst, Josh Niblett and an own goal. James Allen, Roger Lee and Jheryl Pickbourn replied for Basford.
Bilborough got their third win, 3-0 at home to Bingham Town. Tommy Street, Jack Nicholson and Jake Kane the scorers.
Newark Flowserve dropped their first point of the campaign in a 2-2 draw at FC Cavaliers. Elliott King got both of Newark’s goals, Callum McGarry with both for Cavs.
Real United also dropped their first points of the season as Aston United edged them out 3-2. Jourdan Blair had put Real United ahead but second half goals from Ollie Ball, Paul Ireson and Liam McCormack sealed the win. Substitute Brent Horton was also on target for Real.
Sandiacre Town came from behind to beat Attenborough 4-2. Zakk Hilton and Jack Warner had put Boro ahead but Gavin Spencer (2), Mark Raisin and Joseph Turner hit back for Sandiacre.
Magdala Amateurs bounced back from a heavy midweek defeat to beat Beeston 4-0 with all the goals, from Neil Morgan, Dan Barton, James Beaven and Simon Labbate, coming in the second half.
Underwood Villa and Unity both notched their second point of the season as they shared the spoils with a 3-3 draw. Jamie Hudson (2) and Joshua Hunt scored for Villa.
In Division One, despite having a player sent off within two minutes, Greenwood Meadows AFC maintained their 100% record with a 2-1 win at Southwell City Reserves.
Kirton Brickworks are the other team with a 100% record having won 4-1 at home to Ashland Rovers. Wes O’Rourke (2), Ryan Keeley and Arron Darch netted for The Brickies, Richard Guest for Rovers.
Gedling Southbank and Ruddington Village Reserves shared the points with a 1-1 draw. Josh Cranny hit a second half equaliser for Southbank.
AFC Bridgford and Calverton Miners Welfare played out a 0-0 draw, as did Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Wollaton Reserves.
Birchover Park were 3-1 winners over Keyworth United Reserves.
In Division Two, Dom Williams struck five times for Aslockton Cranmers in their 8-3 victory over Beeston Reserves. Bingham Town Reserves were 6-1 winners over Unity Reserves, Team DNF opened their NSL account with a 5-1 win over another newcomer in the shape of Greyhounders.
Selston Reserves won 4-0 away at Ravenshead while Bilsthorpe Reserves saw off Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 4-1.