Belstone extended their winning form into cup competition on Saturday and were the sole Herts Senior County League side from the area to progress through the opening round of Herts Senior Centenary Trophy ties played.

The Radlett club, who have enjoyed a 100 per cent start to their league season, made light work of fellow Premier Division side Cuffley 5-0.

Bovingdon have also enjoyed a perfect start to their league campaign but they were knocked out, 3-1 at home by Bishops Stortford Swifts.

Bushey Sports Club also fell at the first hurdle by the same scoreline when they travelled to Wormley Rovers.

In the sole Premier Division game to be played, Chipperfield Corinthians lost 3-0 at Broadfields.

Sarratt remain at the top of Division One despite losing by the odd goal in five at Hinton; Robbie Martin and Marcus Rivers on target for the visitors.

Village neighbours Bovingdon Reserves fared better on the road and are up to fourth after a 4-1 victory at Wodson Park Reserves.

Joe Slade led the way with a brace and Josh Bundey and George Loosely were also on target for the victorious visitors.

Sun Sports Reserves went down 4-3 at Bengeo Trinity, while Oxhey Jets Reserves were also beaten by one goal, 3-2 at home to Hampstead Heath Lions.

Chipperfield Corinthians Reserves sit in mid-table in Reserve & Development 2 after Andy Taylor’s brace saw his side to a 2-1 home win against Evergreen Under-21, who had Jack Card on target.

Matt Byrne was also on target twice for Sarratt Reserves but they lost 4-2 at new leaders Welwyn Borough.