Tring Athletic A cemented their place at the top of the West Herts League Premier Division with an emphatic 9-0 victory at Croxley Community.

The two Butler boys, Jamie and Ollie, both scored hat-tricks, veteran Andy Humphreys bagged a brace and Lewis Dwight added the other.

Hemel Hempstead Rovers travelled to Langleybury Cricket Club and returned with an 8-1 victory to move into second place.

Ash Alleyne and Callum Jones scored two apiece for the victors, with Charlie Rance, Rhys Stonebank, Marcus Tower and Tom Dean on target with the others.

Bury’s sole reply came from Dan Walker’s 25-yard free-kick.

A tight and well-contested clash between Kings Sports and The Engineer Harpenden ended with the spoils shared after a 2-2 draw.

Kings led twice through goals from Ryan Cole and Lewis Wornham, but the visitors batted back both times as James Hardy and Giles Cunnington netted.

Croxley Community Reserves are now the only team in the league still with a 100 per cent record after goals from Dominic Barnard and Klos Nika secured a 2-0 win at Sun Sports Rovers in Division One.

Surprise package Global made it three straight wins as a Dexter Simpson brace fired them to a 2-0 victory over Chesham United Youth.

A Ryan Sewell brace and Conner Lock’s goal got Hemel Hempstead Rovers Reserves back to winning ways with tight 3-2 victory over Oxhey A, who had Tom Mackey and Jake Posner on target.

A James Anthony Ray hat-trick wasn’t enough to extend Caddington’s 100 per cent start as they had to settle for a 3-3 draw with a Croxley Green side who replied through Dan New, Ben Spires and Sam Turner.

Goals from David Ashton, George Godfrey and Aiden Stockwell gave Evergreen A a 3-2 victory at Oxhey Academy.