Sheepbridge, Nan's Rams and St. Monnina all have 2 wins from 2 league games in Division 1.
Cavern and McSwiggan's are the only 2 teams in Division 2 with 100% league wins.
In the biggest game Thursday night Dan's A welcomed Orchard Bar to Bessbrook in a clash that would tell us a bit more about Dans' potential title challenge.
Dan's got off to a horrible start when Orchard took the first 2 frames. James O'Hagan and a disappointing Niall Connolly succumbing to the super Charlie Broughton and splendid potter Brendan Devlin.
Michael Green put Dan's on the board then old Division 2 individual winner Barney Preece and 2015 overall individual winner Seamus McVerry hit a rich vein of form to put Dan's 3-2 up. A talented PJ McDaniel, Nigel Malcomson and a plucky David Cromie losing out.
Paddy O'Callaghan has started the season well but Mervyn Kernaghan is steady as a rock and the Orchard proprietor squared the match at 3-3.
Niall O'Hagan is a tidy player and he put Dan's back in the driving seat when he beat Scott Miller for 4-3.
Jimmy McVerry kept his place in the Dan's team despite losing last week and he came up against a formidable Richie Crawford. Crawford was favourite for this one and he didn't disappoint when he took a share of the spoils for Orchard.
CWC A inflicted on Ballyholland their first defeat of the season.
Kieran McMahon got his first league win of the season to put it CWC 1 up.
Robbie White is the star of Ballyholland and he equalised for 1-1 when he gave Declan McConville his first CWC defeat..
Stephen Rooney and Harvey Lavelle made it 3-1.
Brendan Keenan beat Bernie Magee and Ballyholland could dream of a major shock at 3-2 down.
Pat Brady made it 4-2 and then Paddy Tavey claimed their first league win at 5-2. Seamus McGeoghegan got his season up and running when he made it 6-2
Hustlers went joint top of the Premier Division after they comfortably beat Bears for the 2nd time this season. Bears already took a beating in the Cunningham Cup from Hustlers and their Horrendous start to the season continued.
Damien Kearney will be happy with his start though he played an average game to beat Anthony Morgan who is struggling for form so far this season. 1-0 Hustlers
Barry Murphy has been good so far while opponent Garry Powell was having a bit of a 'mare'. Quality comes through eventually and Powell tied the match for 1-1.
Mary Cunningham is the new Hustlers signing this season and she is living the dream so far. Cunningham defeated Adrian 'Oz' Holman to give the Bellinis based side a 2-1 lead.
Cathal McCoy can't buy a frame lately and it was the Baby faced Assassin Neil Heaney who inflicted yet another defeat on the Hustlers ace for 2-2.
The match was evenly poised and next up was the deadly Damien 'Diddles' McArdle. He's been potting them from the lampshades and was at it again to beat Seamus the snail Keenan for 3-2 Hustlers.
Ciaran O'Neill put the visitors 4-2 up when he defeated an Eddie Heaney who has the same amount of wins as Crystal Palace have league goals - which is zero.
Shane McAllister was never in trouble against Michael Fitzpatrick and the Hustlers ace wrapped up the win.
Kevin Magee is in the form of his life and and a talented Paddy Heaney stood little chance of stopping a soul destroying 6-2 scoreline.
Whitecross are approaching crisis point and we're only 4 games into the season. Michael Feenan has taken over the helm and his only win so far is against the current bottom club in all 3 Divisions - Madden's Bar.
On Thursday Whitecross took on Trainor's Bar in Camlough who themselves were just off the back of a 7-1 hammering.
Feenan made a plethora of mistakes but probably his biggest was playing himself first against Tommy Mooney. Barney Preece destroyed Feenan last week and Mooney wasn't much more charitable as the Camlough cueiest got his side off to comfortable 1 nil start.
The pressure was now on Brian O'Neill who rarely, if ever plays 2nd. Declan Finnegan is far too good a potter and he made it 2-0.
Cathal Phelan verses Niall McVerry was going to be decided on who got the kinder balls off the break. Phelan's dreadful start to the season continued when McVerry cleared to put Trainor's 3-0 up.
Shane Phelan would have fancied himself to beat Noel Bradley all day long but it was one of those nights as 'The Cross' fell 4 zip down.
Liam Bradley bagged the brace of points when he beat Gareth McCann for 5-0.
At long last one of the hero's for Whitecross last year - Noel Donaldson finally got the visitors on the scoreboard. David Doran maybe not taking it as serious since the points were in the bag.
Lukie Phelan piled the pressure on Feenan when he beat the legendary Martin O'Callaghan. O'Callaghan was Whitecross' top scorer last season and it is a mystery why he played 7th. One can only imagine he arrived late or this was yet another terrible team selection.
Ex-Captain Gavin Malone must have a wry smile as he wonders where it's all going so wrong since he stepped down. Malone made it 6-2 when he beat Francie Kearns.
Whitecross have CWC A next in the league as the pressure mounts for the country sheep herders and especially new captain Michael Feenan. The 2 Phelan's have been dragged down to their standards and will surely be wishing they were on the opposite side of the team sheet next week.
Don't forget the Individuals sheets are out Monday night from 8pm in Bellinis we hope to have a large turnout for Individuals as we have a large prize of £400 cash for this years winner.