The Engineer Harpenden hit the summit of the West Herts League Premier Division for the first time in their history after an entertaining 3-2 win over Tring Athletic A.

Goals from Ben Warren, Jack Cartwright and Tony Golder helped to maintain Engineer’s unbeaten start in the league.

Lewis Dwight and Keiran Jamieson replied for Tring to make for a nervy ending to the game.

Potten End climbed to third in the table after coming from behind to beat Langleybury Cricket Club 4-2.

Langleybury took the lead after 30 minutes but their opponents reacted quickly to equalise when a well-worked free-kick resulted in youngster Sam Gillings looping in a header.

Things turned ugly before half-time when a player from each side was sent off for violent conduct.

The away side went ahead for the second time in the game, but Drew Duggan’s penalty for End levelled the match once again with 15 minutes to play.

The hosts pushed for the winner and found it through Christian White’s bullet header and 16-year-old Ben Pearce added a fourth from close range late on.

A top-of-the-table encounter saw Croxley Community Reserves retain their 100 per cent record in Division One as they held out for a 2-1 win against Hunton Bridge.

Alex Simmonds and Jack Hodgins notched for Croxley, with Connor Moore netting for Bridge.

Croxley Green are gathering momentum with another win, this time a 5-0 thrashing of Chesham United (Youth) Mens.

Dan Walsh hit a hat-trick, with Dan New and Harry West also getting on the scoresheet to lift Green up to second.

Sun Sports Rovers got their season back on track with a big 6-1 victory over Oxhey Academy.

Glen Cook grabbed a brace, with Jason Blake, Mark Starnes, Stephen Sutch and Jack Newman adding the rest.

A five-goal thriller saw Evergreen A edge past Oxhey A 3-2.

Harry Chaney scored twice and David Aston also notched to give Green all three points. Ellis Constantinou and Alexandru Faur were the scorers for Oxhey.