Early leaders on goal difference and one of three teams unbeaten in the Coalville Trophies Premiership Falcons FC this week hit nine without replay against Shepshed Amateurs, Danny Pownall (3), Mark Hawkins (3), Kieron Baldock (2) and Ben Fox with the Falcons goals. Asfordby FC won 3-1 at home to FC Coalville, Linford Harris hitting a hat trick on his debut for Asfordby, Dan Harris Replying for Coalville. Belton Villa made it three in three as they won 3-2 away at Measham Welfare, Steve Marshall bagging a brace with Joe Wright adding a third for the Villa, Chris Towle and Matt Lacey for Measham. Loughborough United got their first win of the season with a 3-1 win away at Mountsorrel Amateurs, Sam Kibble, Chris Biddles and Dan Reeves for Loughborough, Jack Hesketh for Mountsorrel. Greenhill YC Reserves beat Woodhouse Imperial 4-2, James Barkby, Jordan ward, Patryk Slodkicwicz and an own goal for Greenhill, Ashley Murray and Danny Prime for Woodhouse. Thringstone MW won 3-1 away at Kegworth Imperial, Dave Leigh (2) and Alex Cooper for the Miners, Jake Green for Kegworth.
Greenhill YC ‘A’ top the shedland.co.uk Championship and remain unbeaten after three games as they beat Sutton Bonington Reserves 4-0, Hayden Boam (2), Callum Neeson and Ethan Neeson with the Greenhill goals. Newbold Verdon Reserves beat Woodhouse Imperial Reserves 6-3, Jed Halpine (2), Jake Marlow, Josh Wykes, Lewis Smith and Alan Hudson for Newbold, Josh Adkin (2) and Matt Bryans replying for Woodhouse. Shepshed Amateurs Reserves came from 3-1 down to beat Quorn Rangers 5-3, Tom Cartwright (2), Duane Earp (2) and Harry Turner for Shepshed, Ryan Peacock (2) and an own goal for Quorn. Sporting Markfield Reserves won 3-0 at home against Thorpe Acre, John Manning, Tom Taylor and Dom Phillips with the Markfield goals. Thringstone MW Reserves beat Birstall old Boys 4-1, Dean Johnson, Cameron Watt, Lee Chiswell and Daniel Wright for Thringstone, Mike Burns for Birstall. The game at Loughborough United Reserves vs Mountsorrel FC was abandoned after an hour with the score at 2-2 when Captain Rob Phillips sustained a broken leg, the League Committee would like to wish him a speedy recovery.