Merlins Bridge and Goodwick United, two teams tipped by many to be in the title race this season, cancelled each other out on The Racecourse last night with a 1-1 draw.

The Wizards led at half time thanks to a neat finish from young winger Will Haworth, but The Phoenix Boys earned a point through a second half goal from Iestyn Evans. 

The night ended on a controversial note however, with Bridge striker Adam Hawkins shown a red card after the final whistle by referee Dai Badger.

Meanwhile at Clarbeston Road The West Dragons, under temporary player managers Steve Allen and Lee Palmer, won 5-1 for their first points of the campaign.

The Dragons went 3-0 up in 30 minutes through Jordan Richards, Jordan Williams, and Scott Crawford - but after Dorian Davies was sent off for the visitors, Clarbie pulled one back through player manager Matthew Ellis.

But Tony Evans restored the three goal lead before the break, and then Williams made the game safe with his second early in the second half.

Full report and pictures from that game here.

At Marble Hall, champions Hakin made it two wins from two against Milford United.

The Vikings led at half time through Ben Steele's stunning ling range strike, and the same player doubled the lead with a close range header midway through the second half.

Also with six points are Neyland, who continued their flying start with a thumping 6-0 win at Herbie.

The early league leaders had braces from Geraint Rees and Henry Durrant, and further strikes from Patrick Bellerby and Mike Chandler.

Carew join them in having an early 100% record after an entertaining 4-2 win over Monkton Swifts.

The Rooks led 2-0 at the break through a James Hinchcliffe header and James Adie's close range strike.

Then in a frantic last 15 minutes, Tom Powell pulled one back for The Swifts, Scott Ferney restored the two goal lead for Carew - only for Monkton to pull one back again through Blake James.

However, a Shaun Whitfield penalty finally made matters safe for The Rooks.

Angle are the final team to have won both their games, overcoming 10-man Pennar Robins 2-0 at Bush Camp.

Lewis Davies gave them the lead 55 minutes in, and then doubled the lead just three minutes later.

And Lamphey got their first win after edging out visitors Narberth.

The Stags led through Billy Davis, and after Dafydd Wright levelled for Narberth, it was Davis again whose second goal decided matters.

There were also four games in Division Two, as Johnston drew at home 2-2 with new boys Llangwm.

Twice the visitors led through Tom Richards, but new signing Paul Jones and Steve Mills ensured a point for the home side.

Richard Tebbit braceand Brett Evans goal gave Kilgetty a 3-1 home win over St Clears, for who Sean Seymour Davies struck.

Elsewhere, Prendergast Villa won 4-1 at Lawrenny, and a Jack Jones hat trick helped Solva to a 6-3 home win over Letterston.