WMRLWolves Casuals made a wonderful start to the campaign when they completely overwhelmed Herefordshire side Wellington 9-0.

Under the new leadership of former Wednesfield boss Dean Gill, Casuals already look a force to be reckoned with this season as Wellington found to their expense.

Scott Sandland struck twice with Ashley Evans and Kieron Miller on the mark before Kieron Whittaker made it 5-0 with an unstoppable shot before half time.

Wellington wilted in the second half as the goals continued to flow, Miller compiling his hat-trick while Evans and Josh Jones completed the rout.

Tividale start the season with the tag of title favourites after finishing runners-up to Wolves Sporting Community last term and soon made their presence felt following a resounding 5-0 win at Smethwick Rangers.

Once Bradley Welding opened the scoring on 22 minutes, the result was never in doubt as Tividale went onto net further goals through Dan Smith, Tyree Clarke and a Demetri Brown double.

Malvern Town managed third place last term and duly made an impressive start this time when pulling off a 3-0 win over local rivals Pershore Town.

Matt Pinder plundered a couple of goals before Matt Fusco fired in a third against a Pershore side who switched from the Midland League in the summer.

Cradley Town also made a cracking start with a 4-1 beating of AFC Bridgnorth.

That was after Bridgnorth handed

Wolves Casuals made a wonderful start to the campaign when they completely overwhelmed Herefordshire side Wellington 9-0.

Under the new leadership of former Wednesfield boss Dean Gill, Casuals already look a force to be reckoned with this season as Wellington found to their expense.

Scott Sandland struck twice with Ashley Evans and Kieron Miller on the mark before Kieron Whittaker made it 5-0 with an unstoppable shot before half time.

Wellington wilted in the second half as the goals continued to flow, Miller compiling his hat-trick while Evans and Josh Jones completed the rout.

Tividale start the season with the tag of title favourites after finishing runners-up to Wolves Sporting Community last term and soon made their presence felt following a

Cradley their opening goal on a plate when Ryan Guryn headed needlessly into his own goal when unchallenged after just two minutes.

Ryan Piggott then plundered a couple of well taken goals to put Cradley 3-1 ahead at the break after Karl Griffiths had clawed a goal back for Bridgnorth.

After the interval Bridgnorth brought on experienced substitute Ryan Bradshaw who went close on a number of occasions before Aaron Hickman wrapped up the points for Cradley after being put in the clear by Shane Trossell.

Black Country Rangers reeled off a 4-0 win at Bilston Town to underline their title credentials this term.

Kieran Clarke converted twice from the penalty spot while Umar Zaman and Aaron Weston were also on the mark.

Pegasus Juniors flirted with relegation for most of last season but made a much more promising start this time with a 2-1 defeat of Dudley Town.

Owen Giles put the Hereford side in front only for Jordan Davies to level for the Robins early in the second half.

Harvey Harris then hit the winner after 76 minutes.

Another of last season’s strugglers Dudley Sports bagged a share of the points after producing a 2-2 draw at Bewdley Town.

Richard Hanson climbed highest to head Sports in front from a free kick but Bewdley were quick to battle back with goals either side of half time to go 2-1 up thanks to Russ Godfrey and Sam Parmenter.

Sports struck back, Ellis Bastable blasting them back level again on 48 minutes.