LANGLEY Lions made it two-from-two at the start to the new season in Division One after a 5-0 win at home against Singh Sabha on Sunday.

The Lions went into the match on a high having began the new campaign with a well-deserved victory over defending champions Bentons.

The home side started just as they finished the previous weekend and took the lead when Scott Hollis scored with a bullet header, despite being the smallest player on the pitch.

Langley continued to control the game and soon doubled their advantage as Ryan Kirby fired home from another Brandon Blair corner, making it two goals in as many matches for the prolific centre back.

The Lions were unfortunate not to add a third goal when Adam Durrant was denied by the woodwork.

The hosts finally added to their tally as Blair whipped in an inch perfect cross for Julio Abe to head home before the break.

Langley were soon back on the front foot in the second-half and Blair got himself on the scoresheet when curling home a free-kick from the edge of the box.

A dominant performance from the Lions was capped off a with a devastating counter-attack from a Singh Sabha corner. Remi Myers covered the length of the pitch before firing home.

The two sides meet again in the Berks & Bucks Sunday Cup at the Singh Sabha Slough Sports Centre this Sunday (10.30am).

Maidenhead Nomads got the new season in Division One under way with a 1-1 draw at home to FC Meta.

A loan goal from Jack Shea earned The Nomads a point in what proved to be a scrappy match against the league newcomers, who have moved across from the Bracknell leagues.

Maidenhead Nomads Reserves won 3-1 at Slough United Reserves in Division Three. It was a hard-earned result for the team under the management of previous third team boss Jonny Hague.

Alan Broadbent bagged a brace plus a well-taken free-kick from Chris Gillen, but the clean sheet was spoiled by a superb volley from the Slough captain.

Maidenhead Nomads third team scored eight goals without response against a new outfit in All Star Football Academy. Jack Forrest was the star on show with a hat-trick, Robert Smith bagged a brace, with further goals from Calum Brown, Stuart Charlwood and Krzysztof Sciubisz.