STONY Stratford Town remained unbeaten on their way to winning the New City Heating Premier Division title last season – but have already lost three times this term.
Last year’s untouchables went down 3-2 at home to local rivals Wolvy Town on Sunday, seeing them slip to sixth place in the top flight with only four points to their name from five games.
Willen are the main beneficiaries of Stony’s unexpected plight, staying top of the table with a 100 per cent record after easing past bottom side AFC Padbury with a 4-0 win.
The only other Premier Division game saw Olney Town thrash Stoke Hammond 6-1.
In the Knockout Cup there was a 5-1 win for AFC Santander ‘A’ of the top flight against Division One basement boys MK United, while New Bradwell 2012 beat New City Saints 6-2 in an all-Division One tie.
Coachmakers Arms are still the team to beat in Division One – their 8-0 demolition of Stanton Manor keeping them top with six wins out of six.
FC MMIX edged a seven-goal thriller against Open University and Punjab United hammered Buckingham United 8-2.
There is now a three-way tie at the top of Division Two after Inter Faith surrendered their 100 per cent start in losing 2-1 at Southcott Village.
They now trail RJ Fitness on goal difference after they beat Bletchley Wanderers 4-1, with Southcott third.
The other games saw IDW beat Stacey Bushes 2-1 and bottom side AFC Santander ‘B’ lose 5-1 to Swanfica.