FREE scoring new boys CTS United are setting the early pace in Beacon Sunday League's second tier.

CTS (Coseley, Tipton, Sedgley) made it back to back wins and retained their 100 per cent start to life in the Paycare Development Division when crushing hosts Penn Rovers 9-1, writes Dave McLean.

The visitors, who have fired 14 goals in their opening two games, raced into a convincing 6-0 interval advantage as Jay Crumpton made it seven goals for the season with a four goal blast.

On this occasion he received good support from Luke Hickman (three), Ashley Walker and Sam Stokes. Rovers' sole response came from James Craig.

Fellow Coseley Leisure Centre based rivals Sedgley Rangers picked up their fourth point in two matches, hitting back from a 3-1 deficit to defeat hosts AFC Sporting Gornal by the odd goal in seven.

The trio of Jordan Robinson, Jordan Meads and Ben Ball had put first day winners Sporting ahead at the break before a Brad Ormerod treble helped secure a hard fought win for Sedgley. Also on target for Rangers was Edward Shone.

Staying with the Paycare section and there were first league wins for Coseley based pair of Essington AFC and Health Direct Afternoons over Coseley FC (7-1) and Gornal Rangers (2-1) respectively.

Essington, who had hit six goals on day one and still lost, made no mistake this week as Curtis Tonks fired a hat trick, supported by Patrick Sharkey, Connor Bottley, Lee Hickingbottom and Wayne Spalding. The sole Coseley reply was netted by Jordan Norris.

In a closely fought encounter, Health Direct edged home with well taken efforts from Derrell Williams and Jermelle Banner. Keeping things close for Gornal was Daniel Woodward.

In the remaining Paycare fixture, Dudley Rangers United were held to a 1-1 home draw by FC Premier 2014. Cal Richards netted for Rangers and Ugo Iroegbunam replied for Premier.

Early frontrunners in the top flight Concentric Sales and Lettings Beacon Championship are Sedgley & Gornal United.

They made it maximum points from two starts with a fine 5-3 away success at first day winners Claregate Park Rangers seconds.

Inflicting most damage for a second week was Rion Francis-Mills with a consecutive hat-trick, while Kelly pushed his early tally to four. The Claregate replies were from Ashley Brown, Dan Lawrence and Nick Allsop.

It was four points out of six for Beacon Lions (Coseley) who drew 1-1 with reigning champions Claregate Park Rangers.

In a clash that saw three players red carded, two from Claregate, Adam Woodward put the Lions in front, before Nathan Radcliffe earned the Park their first point of this campaign.