BUCKLAND Athletic secured their first three points of the Western League season with a 2-0 win over Bitton.
Assistant manager Mike Booth and new signing Ellis Laight both notched to give Adam Castle and his side a winning start to the 2013-2014 campaign.
And Athletic built on their opening day success with a comfortable 5-0 win at Ilfracombe Town.
New signing Dan Griffiths, who joined in the close season from Plymouth Parkway, broke the deadlock on 37 minutes with a half volley from 15 yards
Five minutes later Jamie Micklewright was felled in the penalty area and Danny Gaze stepped up to convert the spot-kick in front of 112 fans.
After the break Griffiths added a third, smashing home a shot from just inside the penalty area before Micklewright curled in the fourth.
Former Torquay United man Ellis Laight completed the rout by grabbing his second goal in his last two games.
This weekend sees the return of the FA Cup to Homers Heath.
Following their successful run in the competition last season, Buckland hope to replicate their run this campaign.
Relegated from the Premier Division side last season, Somerset outfit Wells City return to the Heath in the Extra Preliminary Round (3pm).
The 2012-2013 season saw Buckland complete the double over Wells, defeating them 4-2 at Homers Heath and 4-1 at City's Athletic Ground.
Last weekend saw only three minutes required before the scoring was opened. After Micklewright sped down the left wing, the ball was cut back into the area.
Quickly scampered away by the visiting defence, the ball fell back to Booth. Striking low and hard, the ball rattled into the bottom left hand corner past Bitton's Ash Bryan.
Few chances followed for either side and the hosts carried their slender lead into the break.
The second half started brightly for both sides and Dan Griffiths thought he had doubled Buckland's lead early on.
However, after he turned away from his attempt at goal it was cleared off the line by the visitors.
Soon afterwards Laight gave Buckland a 2-0 lead.
A corner from Gaze met Laight at the front post and he unleashed a half-volley into the net through a pack of players. Man of the match was Ben Carter.