Premier Division

Watford Sunday League leaders Sun Sports Athletic took advantage of their main rivals’ games being postponed as they opened up a four-point lead at the summit of the table with a 2-0 win over Fox & Stone, who remain at the bottom.

Tom Inch went close early on for Sun, as did James Fisher in an otherwise tight and hard-fought first half.

They stepped up the pressure after the interval and went ahead when Fisher played in Inch whose cross was turned into the net by a Fox defender.

Sun made the points safe when Wayne Gladdy come off the bench and scored a solo goal.

Fox pushed to get back in the game, but they couldn’t break through a well-drilled Sun defence that kept a fourth clean sheet in a row.

Division One

The top two sides, North Watford and Cassiobury Rangers, continue to trade result for result.

After both sides drew last Sunday, both enjoyed comfortable wins this week.

North Watford beat Maple Cross 4-0, Ben Alexander opening the scoring midway through the first half with a half-volley from the edge of the box.

Ashley Harewood doubled the lead after the break from the penalty spot before Chris Chase scored the third from a well-struck free-kick. Conor Flanagan completed the scoring late on.

Cassiobury went one goal better and defeated Bushey Rangers 5-0, with all the goals coming in the first half.

They opened the scoring when a short free-kick was closed down by Joe Mortimer, whose hard work resulted in his block tackle of the clearance ricocheting past the Bushey keeper and into the net.

They made it two soon after when a Sam Mortimer free-kick was headed back across goal by Joe Mortimer. The ball fell to Corum Chase, his shot was well saved, but Jamie McDougall pounced on the rebound to smash home from close range.

Joe Mortimer got his second when Tom Norris was brought down inside the box and the resulting penalty was dispatched.

A quick-thinking Sam Mortimer assisted the fourth when he took a quick free-kick and slipped in Chase, who cut in at the angle of the left-hand side of the pitch, rounded the Bushey keeper and slotted into the net.

Chase then turned provider when he took a quick throw in on the left which put Joe Mortimer through on goal and he side-footed past the keeper to complete his hat-trick.

The second half produced no goals but saw Cassiobury continue to dominate and create more chances, which they failed to take.

AFC Leavesden head the chasing pack, but they remain six points behind the top two after defeating Oxhey Spartans 1-0.

Ozzie Ogbebor’s strike after half-an-hour was enough for them to take all three points in a game with very few clear-cut chances for either side.

Langleybury CC secured a third win in four games with a 4-1 victory over Ricky AFC to move into fifth place.

The victors had a dream start, scoring three times early on before Ricky pulled a goal back from the penalty spot through Alex Ungureanu.

The home side added a fourth in the second half. Conor Sills scored a brace and Oliver Ilott and Leon Mason were also on the scoresheet.

Division Two

Leaders Dome Bar did what they needed to do, winning 2-1 at West Herts to keep the leadership in what is a very tight division with just five points separating them from sixth-placed FC Woodside.

Matt Byrne and Luke Pochetty netted the vital goals for Bar, with Callum Hearn scoring the West Herts reply as they remain second bottom with just a single point from six games.

SOCA, who remain unbeaten in second place two points behind Dome Bar, enjoyed a 5-2 win over Chess United.

Leandro Mateus scored twice, with the other goals coming from Reece Sutton, Scot Monaghan and Tyler Connor. The Chess replies were netted by Cameron Murray and James Richmond.

St Marys Harefield suffered a second defeat with a 4-0 home loss to WD, who moved into third place.

They withstood some early pressure from the home side before taking control of the game after opening the scoring in the first half. Ben Dunton and Hamze Ali both netted two apiece.

FC Metropolitan Herts are right behind WD on goal difference after they put five for no reply past an ACS Milan side who remain bottom of the table and are still looking for a first point of the season.

Tom McGuinness and Dale Jenkins both scored a brace each.

Skyline have a first victory of the season and they did it in spectacular fashion, beating ER 7-1.

Gbohun Palmer-Inyang led the way with a hat-trick, Jordan Austin, Laurence Manning and Micah Burton got their other goals, with Tom Ford scoring the ER consolation.

Division Three

Hertfordshire Eagles took over at the top with a 5-0 win over Batchworth.

Jack McLaughlin netted a brace and there was one each for Jordan Osbourne, Jonty Bier Allan and Evan King.

Watford Town suffered a first defeat of the season, going down 5-3 in the Woodside derby against Watford Sports.

Alex Clarke scored twice including a penalty, and Zack McNicholas, Luke Carey and Sam Serrated were also on target for Sports. Town replied through Louis Smith, Harry Marzec and Alex Nottage.

Watford Athletic edged out South Herts 3-2, Bradley Lodge scoring a double and Liam Crain the other. Sam Payne and Marcos Junior Lima got the South Herts goals.

Chalfont Saints enjoyed a 13-0 win over King George, meaning they are averaging more than six goals a game from just fiver matches.

Will Jones and Aidan Brennan scored four goals each, with Niall O'Shea, Owen Clements, Joe Morahan, Nev Smith and Dan McKane also finding the net.

Inter’s revival continued with a second win and a draw in three games after a 4-0 victory against Frances George. Ionut Pescha netted twice and Chris Stead and Alex Visan were also on target.

Woodside Wanderers and Sparta Phoenix shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.

Gary Wicks scored twice and there was one for Raf Martins Jnr for Woodside, with Reece Ireland, Josh Bulley and Humza Khan replying for Sparta.