Olveston Ladies have been setting the Gloucestershire County Womens Football League alight in their debut season with four wins from four that has seen then climb to the summit of the Division Two table.

Last weekend saw them exit the first round of the League Cup with a 3-1 defeat to Division 1 opposition Abbeymead Rovers but they returned to league action on Sunday against local rivals Bradley Stoke Ladies and produced another good performance to continue their perfect start in the league.

Three first half goals from Sian Rollings, Abbie Mitchell and Emily Nicholson sent the O’s in at the break in a commanding position and despite an improved second half pefromance from hosts Bradley Stoke, Olveston would add a fourth through Courtney Lusmore before Stoke added nothing more than a consolation just after the hour mark.

The win keeps Olveston top of the Division Two table, three points clear of second placed Bishops Cleeve with a game in hand.

Olveston Ladies manager James Eveleigh though is refusing to get carried away.

"It’s a long season and we remain completely grounded despite the fantastic start," he said.

"Other results in the division have showed anyone can be anyone and we must continue to raise our game and take it one game at a time."