The Weston-super-Mare & District League Hospital Cup, now played as a memorial to the late long serving league official Alan Cumner, got underway with Weston Town beating Churchill Club 70 5-0 last Saturday.

Dan Berry scored twice and there were further goals from Connor Harding-James, Harrison Campbell and Luke Weeks.

The Division Two Charity Cup also started with a nine-goal thriller between Axbridge United and Berrow with the Seasiders edging the tie 5-4 with Declan Christie scoring all five goals.

Sporting Weston Reserves beat Selkirk United 2-0 with Logan Coombes and Abdou Aziz Coker both on the scoresheet.

The Keyes Cup, also played in memory of a long serving League Official Bob Keyes, started with a local derby between Burnham United A and Highburn Athletic.

Ross Bowman and Hayden Chambers both scored a brace with Tony Olivia adding the fifth for Athletic with Ben Gates scoring Burnham's goal in a 5-1 defeat.

High-flying Weston Crusaders scored 11 without reply against Clevedon United B. Sam White netted five times, Elliot Smith picked up a hat-trick and Harry Ratcliffe scored a double plus an own goal.

Worle Rangers A won 4-2 at Shipham as Godwin Agboletey, Josh Goodwin, Andrew Wilson and Harry Eagland all scored as Mark Bowker and Darren Phillips replied for the hosts.

In Division One Swiss Valley Rangers made it seven wins from seven games with a narrow 2-1 victory at West Wick, Finlay Sutton and Lewis Torrington did the damage as Jake George replied for the Wickermen.

Mark Sidebottom scored four goals and there was one from Charles Starks as Isle of Wedmore Res saw off Congresbury A 5-1 in Division Three with Tom Hogarth scoring for Bury.

ST George EIG A beat Berrow Reserves 3-1 with Jamie Pike, Matt Lacey and Josh Arnold all scoring as Adam Turner replied for Berrow.

In Division Four Cameron Fowler scored a hat-trick as Coronation United beat Portishead Town Colts 7-4. Josh Kay and Luke Backhouse both scored a double each while Luke Jones' personal four-goal heroics was not enough for Posset.

Ollie Wilcox scored a hat-trick to make it 17 league goals in seven games to help Weston Celtic beat Winscombe Reserves 6-1. Ryan Evans, Jack Hughes and Ernie Gorka added the others as substitute Kaydon Moore scored for Combe.