URMSTON Town hit six goals without reply against Moston Brook in Division One of the Lancashire and Cheshire Amateur Football League.

But Old Stretfordians remain pointless after losing by the odd goal in three in a close contest with Newton.

Radclyffe opened up a three-point lead at the top with main rivals AFC Oldham on County Cup duty; they had a ruthless 6-0 win at Bury Ams.

Premier League action saw the top two in unstoppable form with leaders Whalley Range having Tim Kinsella, Reece Jones (three) and Larnal Cole netting in a 6-1 win against Mellor.

Rochdalians repeated the 6-1 scoreline as they switched their game against Dom Doyle to Springfield Park.

Abacus Media stay in third place but had to work hard for a 2-1 win at South Manchester and there was a 1-1 deadlock at Salford Vics as they hosted Waterloo.

Trafford United opened the scoring at High Lane but were unable to maintain the momentum as Lane went on to score seven times without reply.

It’s tight at the top of Division Two as two early pacesetters both lost their 100-per-cent records.

Leaders South Manchester reserves were well beaten 4-1 at Dukinfield Athletic, only managing a consolation strike from Josh Harper, and Athletic move into second spot, two points off South’s pace.

Bedians also suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 5-3 hosting a promising North Walkden team in an entertaining game.

Bedians had the dynamic duo of Julian Patterson (two) and Sean Chappell netting but North Walkden always had the upper hand thanks to goals from Karl Payne (three), Steven Binns and Travis Vaughan.

Stoconians have plenty of games in hand over the leading pack and they followed up their Rhodes Cup win by despatching Santos 4-0 to retain their unbeaten league record.

Signol Athletic marched to the top of Division Three with a big 9-2 win against Milton reserves, taking them a point clear of non-playing Chadderton Cott.

It was close in the other two games in the division as Spurley Hey won 3-2 at Hooley Bridge Celtic and Abacus Media reserves emerged with a breathless 4-3 victory hosting Chadderton Park.

In Division A, AFC Stockport moved three points clear of non-playing Old Strets seconds with an efficient 4-2 win at AFC Oldham reserves.

Wythenshawe Wanderers are enjoying their first season in the league and moved into the top half of the table with a 4-2 win against Dukinfield Athletic seconds.

Wanderers led 2-0 at the break with goals from Craig Stone and Tom Horridge and both teams enjoyed an even second half with two goals apiece to give the Wanderers a 4-2 win.

Salford Storm were also celebrating after posting their first win of the season by 3-2 in an exciting encounter at Rochdale Galaxy.

Parrs Wood Celtic remain six points clear at the top of Division B with a comfortable 6-2 win over Moston Brook thirds.

Matt Garbett was the Celtic shooting star with a hat-trick and also netting were Sam Holtham, Adam Berry and Danny Husband.

Second-placedAFC Oldham thirds won 2-0 at Heaton Mersey and still have two vital games in hand over the leaders.

Bury Ams seconds won 3-1 at Chorltonians Athletic and Chadderton Cott seconds shared six goals with Flixton Juniors.

There were also some excellent results in the Manchester Amateur Cup, led by Village Manchester who won 6-3 at Mersey Valley.

Manchester Polonia won 3-0 at Old Stretfordians thirds and out went Trafford United reserves to Boothstown reserves.