Kings Langley have scored 17 goals and won three matches this week as they continue their pre-season preparations ahead of Saturday’s season opener in the cup.

Alex Campana, Nick Jackson and Benny Fiadzomor each scored braces, with Danny Hutchins and Callum Adebeyi also netting as Kings eased to an 8-0 win at Met Police on Tuesday evening.

Three days earlier, Kings had swept Tring Corinthians aside 6-0, building on a 3-1 win at Harpenden Town on Thursday of last week.

Paul Hughes and Ritchie Hanlon’s side play Sarratt tonight (Thursday) and face Leverstock Green in the Herts Charity Shield first round on Saturday.

Sun Postal Sports have also enjoyed three wins from a possible three, most recently winning 6-2 at home to Edgware Town on Tuesday evening.

New boys Richard Pearce (2) and Junior Bushira both netted for Paul Hobbs' side, for whom Craig Lynskey and Ryan Sullivan (2) also scored.

On Saturday, Sun overcame Sarratt 2-0, with the goals coming from Nathan Kelly and Simeon Fearon.

Kelly was also on target on Thursday of last week in the 2-0 win at Bovingdon; Harrison Harrison scoring the other.

Sun kick off their season on Tuesday with a home tie against Colney Heath in the Herts Charity Shield.

Berkhamsted continued their preparations for the new campaign with a BJ Christie-inspired 4-1 win at Southend Manor.

Christie helped himself to a hat-trick before Ash Morrissey completed the job.

Berko travel to Crawley Green tomorrow to wrap up their friendly commitments before opening their season with a visit to Hatfield Town in the Herts Charity Shield on Tuesday.

Oxhey Jets played two matches on Tuesday, with one XI losing 6-1 at Hitchin Town and the other 7-1 at Hatfield Town.

On Saturday, Jets had beaten Kent Athletic 4-1; Lee Armitt (2), Alfie Hatch and Luke Lloyd scoring.

Leverstock Green went down 5-0 to Ryman Premier League outfit Hendon on Thursday of last week, with Lee O’Leary (2), Casey MacLaren, Kezie Ibe and Leon Smith the goalscorers.

Tring Athletic overcame Risborough Rangers 2-0 on Tuesday night, with Adam Toone opening the scoring before Chris Vardy doubled up with a well-taken lob.

On Saturday, Tring drew 2-2 with Northampton Spencer; Stuart King and Greg Deer each scoring penalties in the draw.

Athletic begin their season tonight (Thursday) with a Herts Charity Shield clash at Hertford Town.