WITH three wins from as many outings, Vauxhall Motors Reserves hold pole position in the race for the West Cheshire League's Division One title.

Wednesday evening's 3-2 eclipse of Ashville, featured a goal apiece from Tom Davies, Jay Harvey and Jay Eaton and was followed by another successs on Saturday, after efforts from Dan Hardman, Louis Gorman and Sean Moscrop secured a 3-0 victory over Rainhill Town.

Nearest rivals Redgate Rovers humbled Rainhill Town 6-0 in midweek and went one better at the weekend, when doubles from Jacob and Isaac Jones anchored them to a 7-0 win at Hale.

Sam Garbett, Alex Holden and James Bailey also found the net.

Third placed Mossley Hill Athletic remain unbeaten and celebrated a 6-3 decision over Upton AA inspired by a four goal return from Elliot Hughes, while Chester Nomads achieved their second maximum after Louis Moss and Jordan King applied the finishing touches in a 2-1 result at Richmond Raith Rovers.

Honours were shared after goals from Ellesmere Port Town's Luke Bradley, Owen Kelsey, Ryan Nicoll and Kevin fields were negated by replies from South Liverpool's Danny Ventre (2), Cam Dalton and Brad Williams.

Sam Hunt was another two goal star who shined for Ashville in their 4-1 win against Marshalls and Jordan Holmes followed suit with a double for Maghull who overcame Capenhurst Villa by the same margin.

In Division Two, Aintree Villa lead the way after they beat Mersey Royal 3-1 courtesy of goals from Ben Hamlet, John Lawless and Fran Hargreaves.

Efforts from Alex Major and Wayne Hulse were to no avail as West Kirby capitulated to goals from Mossley Hill Ath. Res' Ben Jones (2) Liam Thomas and Kieran Moran and Luke Fitzgibbon struck twice, as Ashville Res. triumphed 3-0 at South Liverpool Res.

After losing their first two games, Mallaby got points on the board when hat tricks from Ethan Sheen and Shakur Nze helped them to a 10-3 victory over luckless Rainhill Town Res.

Prescot Cables Res. also won 3-0 and stayed unbeaten in second place, Ryan Dean, Ben Sinclair and an own goal confirming the win over Maghull Res.

Setting a fast pace in Division Three are newcomers Marine Res and Saturday's 5-1 defeat of Pensby FC saw goals from Dylan Mackin, Thomas Hewlett, Benjamon Short, Mussab Benaly and Zak El-Bashri.

Mark Madden's fine hat trick was the talking point after second placed Bootle St Edmunds won 4-1 at Neston Nomads Res.

Josh Elverstone (2) and Alan Newbolt made the scoresheet as Helsby savoured their first win after beating Aintree Villa Res 3-2 while Bootle Res. stayed in the promotion equation, Joe Carroll (2), Ronnin McCall and Tom Summers obliging in the 4-3 verdict over Willaston.

A solitary effort from Shaun McNicholas earned Marshalls Res. the nod over Chester Nomads Res.but it was an easier ride for Capenhurst Villa Res. who had John Britton (2), Louis Phelan (2) and Matty Hiickman on the mark in a 5-1 rout of Ellesmere Port Town Res.

Elsewhere, Jack Darlington, Jon White and Leon Bower bagged the goals as Heswall Res won 3-2 against local rivals West Kirby Res.