RICARDO RICHARDS bagged four goals as Black Horse opened their account in Bromsgrove League Division One with an 8-0 victory over Arrow Valley.
Rees James, Anthony Miller, Dave Edwards and Jinny Dinanga were also on the scoresheet as Valley slumped to their third defeat of the season.
Austin Ex Apprentices are also up and running following a 4-1 victory over Rubery Sunday Juniors.
Austin legend Andy Nicol struck twice with Alex Dugmore and Ellis Blakemore completing their scoring.
Hawthorns made it two wins from two with a comfortable 6-2 success at Bartley Green Owls, thanks to four goals from Jimmy ward and two from Ben Markall.
Chaddesley Ravens edged out Kings Heath Albion 1-0 while Hizza United claimed a 3-2 win at Bromsgrove Corinthians.
In Division Two, early pacesetters Studley Swan made it two wins from two after downing SHTP 2-0, courtesy of goals from Shane Hancox and Danny Styles.
Quinton Athletic also kept up their 100 per cent winning record after two games with a 4-2 success at Chaddesley Pensioners.
Anton Gardner-Bennett, Matt Perry, Matt Carter and Lee Smiley were on target for Athletic.
Solihull Moors picked up their first three points of the season in a 4-2 victory over Rubery Legends.
Chris Heath (2), Ashley Taylor and Kevin Featherstone netted for Moors.
Redditch Borough A edged out edged out Cofton Old Boys 3-2 while Lickey End Social enjoyed a 4-2 victory over South Birmingham, thanks to a Sam Wright brace and strikes from Will Bacchus and James Nolan.
Hewell continued their charge at the top of Division Three with an emphatic 9-2 victory over Stoke Prior, making it 29 goals scored in just three games.
Bromsgrove Academicals’ first win of the season came in emphatic fashion as they thrashed Redditch United Sunday 8-2.
Aaron Bunn (2), Nathan Sutton, Scott Gaffney, Adam Pillinger, Nick Baker, Rob Hurlbutt and Paul Badger were all on the scoresheet for Academicals.
David Delaney bagged a hat-trick in Bartley Reds Sunday’s 5-1 victory over Redditch Borough Sunday, Catshill eased past AFC Norton 6-2 while British Memorial edged out Millfield Rovers 2-1.