Premier pay the penalty
There was controversy when the big two of Advance Couriers and Premier Sports Travel clashed in the Premiership.
Couriers were awarded four penalties as they came through 6-3 against the reigning champions, who were also reduced to 10 men.
Rich Saunders and Ryan Hodkinson scored for Advance while their four successful spot kicks were shared between Danny Kitching and Liam O'Flynn.
Premier Sports netted through Ellis Myle (2) and Zach Harris, but it was their third defeat and, even at this early stage, it is clear they have a mountain to climb if they want to retain their title.
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A 1-0 win against Wigston Car Breakers will prove without question that Sparta Moshdock should be considered as genuine title contenders. Sam Gillespie scored the goal.
Oscars beat Magna 73 Rangers 4-2, Mark Brown (2), Clinton Gunn and Daniel Bennett with the goals.
After a poor pre-season and opening-day defeat, Frolesworth United had a morale boosting 4-2 win at Glenfield Town. Joe Cook was their hero with a hat-trick.
Despite worries over player availabilities, Thurmaston WMP 2009 came from 1-0 down to beat Leicester Foxes OB 2-1 and go top of Division One. Ben Trinder had given Foxes a 1-0 lead but Ross Wormleigton's second-half double did the job for Thurmaston.
Enderby Town overcame Fosse City 5-2 thanks to goals from George Young (2), Sam Miller (2) and Sam Young. Nathan Williams and Jamie Barnett struck for Fosse City.
NRI came from behind three times to rescue a point against Niffy Rangers. NRI haven't lost at Uplands Park since they entered the league in 2010 and they needed strikes by Daniel Coleman, Jimmy Dixon and Andy Ilnicki to save them.
FC Hoskins registered their first win of the campaign with a comfortable 4-1 success against Kirby Muxloe Rangers. Dave Coleman (2), Ryan Bassett and Shane Hamill netted the goals.
MDH Knights top Division Two after a superb 5-2 win over Aylestone 2012.
The newly-promoted side made it three victories from three games with goals from David Brennan (3), Tom Dunne and Aaron Watts.
North Kilworth Sunday also made it a trio of wins and after overcoming Huncote Sunday 3-2. Wayne Brennan and Luke Dyke put Huncote ahead, only for Kev Fisher (2) and Kade Lewis to secure the points.