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A round-up of the action from Watford's Olympian League
Meriden Ballers achieved a first ever league win with an 8-3 victory over FC Revolution on Sunday.
The game was won in the first half-an-hour as Meriden ran riot, scoring four times as well as missing a penalty.
Lloyd James, Khalil Abbass and Russell North put them in front before John Hall saw his penalty saved by Revolution keeper Ross Powell.
Lee Woodward then pulled a goal back for Revolution before another spot-kick was awarded but this time it was scored by Russell North.
Ballers carried on where they left off in the first half after the break, netting four more times through North, Hall, Chris Melsome and Graham Melsome. Matt McShane scored both of Revolution's goals.
Dynamo Croxley moved into second place in the table after a 4-2 win over Radlett Road.
Player-manager James Graham put Croxley ahead with a long-range effort before Steven Harper equalised soon after.
Croxley then took a 3-1 lead before the break thanks to a penalty from Dev Patel and this was soon followed by a goal from Adam Wilden.
In the second half, Harper scored his second of the game from the penalty spot before Aaron Bright headed home to make the points safe for Croxley.
Inter and Cassiobury Revolution shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw.
Inter took an early lead through Alex Fairlie before their opponents gained the upper hand through Rob Dilkes and George Mundy.
Revolution then held the lead until the 89th minute when Liam Watts equalised with a toe poke.
WD Athletic's improved form continued with a 3-1 win over Roundbush through to two-goal Pat Turner and one from Kasun Jayasinghe. Tommy White scored the Bush goal in the second half.
Brookside beat Colne Valley Reserves 2-0 with a goal in each half from Marc Horn and Johnny Armitt.
Chairman’s Cup Round One
A Jack McNamara double and Carl Biggs' single strike fired Hertfordshire Lions through following a 3-1 victory over Watford Labour Club, with Stuart White netting the sole reply.
All the games in the top flight were won by the team expected to challenge for the title.
Reed Rangers still lead the lead as they made it four wins out of four with a 4-1 win over Oxhey Rangers.
Oxhey played well but had no answer to their opponents' forward power as George Minihan, Leon Burke, George Hobson and Dominic David all found the net.
Ryan Walsh got a deserved late goal for the home side near the end.
Tudor Arms are in second place but they were given a fright by Bovingdon before winning through 5-3.
Although Tudor took an early lead, Bovingdon had the advantage by half-time thanks to well-taken goals from Tommy Gray and Harry Woods.
Arms equalised at the start of the second half, but Chris Truman put Bovingdon ahead once again, and it took three late goals to give Tudor the victory. Their efforts came from a James Roope hat-trick, Ian Hurst and Jack Robertson.
Evergreen Olympians bounced back from the defeat by Tudor the previous week with a 5-1 win over Headstone Lions.
Chris Wells with a brace, Daniel Burke and Tom Garrett netted for Evergreen, with an own goal accouting for Lions' sole reply.
Headstone Athletic are in the unusual place of being only in fourth place in the league table after the first five weeks of the season, even though they enjoyed a straightforward 5-1 win over Kings Langley.
Luke Everitt was the Langley man on target, but Headstone replied through James Devine, Anthony Ball, Sheva Kurup, Chris Gough and Marc Gibbs.
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