Knowles is among the goals again as Dawley march on

Charlie Knowles was in red-hot form again as Dawley Town maintained their unbeaten start in the Salop Leisure Champions League.

Knowles bagged a brace for the second consecutive game, including a dramatic last-minute winner, to help unbeaten Dawley secure a hard-fought 2-1 success away to AMS FC.

Shrewsbury Up and Comers are another side in good form after recording their second win from three outings.

Gobowen came off second best as Up and Comers headed home with the points following a 2-0 triumph.

The hosts enjoyed more possession in the first half and posed a threat from set-pieces but couldn’t break down the visiting defence.

After weathering some early second-half pressure, a triple substitution added some spark to Up and Comers.

And they were rewarded when they opened the scoring on 62 minutes when Joe Marsh’s shot dipped just under the bar.

Gobowen wasted a glorious chance to level 20 minutes from time when they missed a penalty.

And that proved costly when Cormac McGoldrick struck for Up and Comers to seal victory.

Steam Wagon boast a perfect record after picking up three more points in their second Champions League outing of the season.

Niall Thomas, Tim Eaton and Tom Sayce were the men on target in their hard-fought 3-2 success at home to Newport Town, while Wrockwardine Wood won 3-2 at Albrighton.

After hitting six the previous weekend, Ludlow eased to a 5-0 success against Shifnal Town Development.

Ryan Lewis led the victory charge with two goals, with Matt Good, Kieran Dovey and Jordan Morris completing a routine victory.

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