George Ayley’s 21-minute treble put Radford Semele on the way to a comfortable 5-0 win over Bishops Itchington on the opening weekend of the Leamington & District SundayLeague.
Jamie Duffy also scored twice for the home side.
Murphys Bar got the better of fellow promoted side Mid-Warwickshire Police with Karl Symes scoring the only goal of the game.
Warwick Wanderers also needed a solitary goal to secure the three points, Travis Lea striking late to see off Wellesbourne.
Leamington Hibs marked their return to the top flight with a 3-1 win at Khalsa, Matthew Houghton (2) and Ashley Kitchen doing the damage after Amritpal Heer had put the home side in front.
A five-goal haul from Danny Chinn helped Midland Rangers to a 6-2 win over Kenilworth Town Rangers in Division Two.
Charlie Poste was also on target for Rangers.
Two second-half goals from Matthew Houghton fired Warwick Juniors to a comfortable 4-0 win at Stockton, while Amritpal Johar, David Benton and Munreece Singh were on target in Khalsa Reserves’ 3-0 win over Leek Wootton.
Charlie Mitchell’s 75th-minute equaliser earned HRI Wellesbourne a 2-2 draw with Radford Albion.
In Division Three, new side Leamington FC Veterans let slip a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Chadwick End. Simon Travis and Jaghar Bahi put Leamington in control before Ross Jackson, Paddy Grace and Steve Howkins hit back for Chadwick.
A Michael O’Carroll double earned fellow new side Wroxton a 2-1 victory over Real Barston, while Alex Sharp scored twice as AFC Warwick won 3-2 at Liberal Club C.
Carl Taylor also scored two as Ettington beat Warwick Wanderres Reserves 2-1.
Mark Hickey hit four goals inside the opening 25 minutes to get Athletico Murphy’s off to a flying start at Hampton Magna in Division Four.
However, despite the visitors taking their four-goal lead into the interval they were left hanging on at full time as Hampton Magna hit back to make it 4-3 through Richard Giles, Taylor Hartwell and Ashley Turnbull.
Richie Davies also scored a hat-trick as Stockton Reserves opened their campaign with a 4-1 win at Castle Rangers.
John Ahearne scored Stockton’s fourth, with Jamie Hickey replying for the hosts.
A Joao Nunes double was not enough to earn Lillington Juniors all three points at Chadwick End as goals from Hayden Porter and Jake Clark earned the home side a share of the spoils.
Dale Francis’ 32nd-minute opener helped HRI Wellesbourne Reserves to a 3-0 win at Kineton S&SC.
Daniel Brittain (penalty) and Alex White completed the scoring in the second half.