The opening week of the Graham Edwards Memorial Trophy has come to an end.

Each team has now played two games, meaning just one fixture remains for each side before the knockout rounds commence next week.

St Martins and Guilsfield Reserves set the tone for the week as they played out the first Group B game of the week, sharing seven goals.

The final score saw St Martins win 5-2 thanks to a Christian Wilkinson hat-trick and goals from Jamie Dean and Sam Lewis.

The deficit was shortened with Guilsfield's Dan Pritchard and Dan Williams getting on the scoresheet.

Gobowen Celtic followed suit in the next game of the week, as they dominated Llanfyllin in an impressive 7-1 victory.

Goals from Leigh Willis, Finn Butler (2), George Morris, Louis Morris, Nathan Martin and Ben Carter took them to their total.

Llanfyllin grabbed a consolation goal in the 69th minute through Ben Garrett.

St Martins Village continued the trend of high scoring games winning 5-1 in their Group A game against Llangollen Reserves.

Two braces from Zach Ward and Lewis Jones along with a goal from Harry Dunn put the side out of the reach of Llangollen, who could only answer back with one goal of their own through Steve McAndrew.

Friday nights game was the highest scoring of the week as TNS Under 19s faced Kinnerley.

Kinnerley just managed to grab the victory in an 11-goal thriller in Group A ending 6-5.

Guilsfield Reserves made up for their loss in their first game with an impressive second game victory over Llanfyllin Town.

Guilsfield won 8-1 with a hat-trick from Barry John Lloyd, a brace from Calum Bromley, and goals from Mark Davies, Luke Francis and Will Morgan - Llanfyllin's Andy Garmston grabbed the side's only goal.

The final game of the week in Group B saw Gobowen Celtic beat local rivals St Martins 4-1.

Two goals from Ben Pierpoint and another two from Tom Jones put Celtic four goals up before a stoppage time consolation goal from Saints' Matt Jones.

The remaining group games will take place this week, before the semi-finals on July 31 and August 2.

All games take place at Gobowen Playing Field and all money raised is donated to Leukaemia research.