SRL All Saints have now won both their two opening games having come back into the top flight, the latest a 4-0 win over fellow promotees Sampford Blues.
Mark Pope scored two, with further goals from Leighton Balantine and Lee Pope to wrap up the win.
It could have been more too had James Bawden converted from the penalty spot.
Predators also have a 100% record so far as they beat North Petherton 4-2. Gary Head got two of Predators goals with
Carl Jones and Jack Taylor getting the other two, John Matthews and Josh Gracie replied for Pethy.
Bridgwater Sports opened their league account with three points beating rivals
Highbridge Town 6-2, Richard Smith scored two, Steve Davis, Matt Fursland, Andrew Skidmore all got one each with Town providing an own goal, netting at the right end was the
veteran striker Wayne Hand with both goals.
In Division Two, Middlezoy Rovers Reserves have also won their first two games with a 3-1 victory over Wyvern Rangers.
Wyvern took the lead but headers from Marvin Portlock and Martin Innalls and a Charlie Lintell lob secured the win.
Wembdon Saints beat Staplegrove Reserves 3-0, Jason Hitchcock scored two and Jake Collard one and Nether Stowey and Watchet Town Reserves shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Jon
Morley scoring for Stowey.
Division Three saw Sydenham Rangers beat Highbridge Town Reserves 14-1, both Jason Stephenson and Jake Adey got four apiece, Kyle Winter got two and then there was
one each from Josh Smith, Jim Jadowski, Chris Gillard and Martyn Milton.
Simon Fouracres got the Highbridge consolation goal.
Bridgwater Sports Reserves did half as well beating Williton 7-1, both Scott Clapp and Mason Gill scored hat tricks with Gareth Monaghan getting the other goal.
Redgate opened their campaign with a 4-2 home win over Wembdon with Sam Anthony netting twice, Sergio da Silva Faria added one and Phil Court scored a cracker
direct from a free kick. Si Lukins and Chris Singleton replied for Wembdon.
In Division Four, The Gallery head the early table after their 7-0 victory over North Petherton Reserves , Jake Crocker got a hat trick, Jamie Evans added two with
Shane Thompson and Jamie Gibbs one each. Bridgwater Sports Colts lost 3-0 to Norton Fitzwarren.
New boys Woolavington now have two wins from their opening two games in Division Five beating Bridgwater Grasshoppers 3-0 with Simon Coombes netting twice and Liam
East Bower lost 4-2 to Tone Youth despite goals from George Wilkinson and Jack Edwards and Nether Stowey Reserves lost 6-0 to Creech Coogars.
There was a goalfest in Wellington as Wembdon Saints Reserves lost 7-5 to Sampford Blues Reserves