PROMOTED Hatfield Celtic secured their second consecutive Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division win thanks to a Robert Wilson hat-trick as they defeated Armthorpe Coronation 6-2.
There were also goals for Ricki Crompton, Scott Wilson and Paul Boulton.
Defending Champions Athletico Tap Maker also made it two wins from two after a 6-3 victory against Rhino’s.
Danny Gomerson and Robert Allen both netted braces, whilst a Liam Slack effort and an own goal secured the win.
FC Dunscroft won 3-2 against Bentley Top Club, Lee Winterman 2 and Wayne Hoolihan sharing out the goals.
Tumbler, who bagged the highest tally (eleven) on the opening day of the season, again had their shooting boots on, romping to a 6-2 victory away at Eden Grove, for whom Paul Marsh and Peter Walmsley replied.,
Canal Tavern won 3-1 against Corner Pin. Adam Freeborn, Neil Sheppard and Ross Ebbage all netted to secure the victory.
Social Bar secured a 2-1 victory away at Sprotbrough.
Scott Hallam and Joe Booth both scored braces as Finningley Athletic won 5-2 at Carpenters Arms in the Championship.
There were also wins for both Park Social and Toll Bar.
Park Social defeated Stainforth 1-0. Whilst Toll Bar eased to a 4-0 victory against Windmill FC
Sportsman Inter Stella played out a 2-2 draw with Edlington Top Club.
In Division One, Balby Academy of Sport won 5-2 against Three Horseshoes United. Keiran Ferguson 2, Jordan Lewis 2 and Peter Dawson all netting for the home side.
Sam Corner scored two as Skellow Rangers secured a 4-3 victory against Tap Maker. Leger Lions (Wattan, Christian 2) won 3-0 against Auckley and Askern Railway defeated Wadworth Sports 5-3.
Rossington United posted a 3-1 Division Two win against Bessacarr, the goals coming from Mark Sidney, Scott Henderson and Luke Worthington. James Stewart replied for Bessacarr. There were also wins for Armthorpe Village, who edged out Carcroft Village (Shane Carver (2) Danny Warboys) by the odd goal in seven, and Rossington Legion.
Legion defeated Three Horseshoes Old Boys 2-0 on the back of goals by Marvin Stacey and John Geddes. Campsall and FC Cumberland (Craig Atkins, Darren Erskine, Tom Lowes) played out a 3-3 draw.
New Mallard routed Balby Rec 9-1 in their Division Three clash. Jason Key (3) led the way with Sean Nicholls (2), Matthew Raynor, Luke Armstrong, Barry Goodwin also getting in on the act.