Academy spring a surprise on Almondsbury
BRISTOL Academy turned the tables on Almondsbury UWE as the Gloucestershire County League side produced a surprise result in the first qualifying round of the FA Vase.
Almondsbury, who shocked Cadbury Heath in last weekend's FA Cup tie, were dumped out of this competition 2-1 after extra-time.
Simon McIlory put Almondsbury in front 15 minutes from time, but Adam Mahmood equalised on 90 minutes and Tauren Williams hit the winner in the added extra period.
Cadbury Heath bounced back from their FA Cup disappointment with a 4-0 win at Shrewton, Billy Fletcher, Mark Cherry, Mike Goulding and Joe Chandler on the scoresheet.
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Bishop Sutton progressed to the next round with a 2-0 win at Credition, Darren Hawkins scoring a second-half double.
Longwell Green are also through as they came from behind to beat Corsham 2-1. Matt Jenkins gave Corsham an early lead, but Mike Hardiman levelled before the break and Sam Downes grabbed the winner just before the hour mark.
Roman Glass St George and Brislington both triumphed 1-0 away from home, the former at Laverstock & Ford and the latter at Ilfracombe.
Nathan Churchill hit the winner for Roman Glass, while Dave Peters was on target for Brislington.
Keynsham are out following their 2-1 home defeat to Sherborne, for whom Dean Ritchie scored a tenth-minute opener. Josh Arbury drew the hosts level, but Tim Trevett's goal put Sherborne though to the next round.
Oldland Abbotonians exited the competition following a 5-3 reverse at Downton, while Portishead were thumped 5-1 at Buckland.
Odd Down went through with a 1-0 victory at Chard, Melksham triumphed 3-0 at home to East Cowes Victoria Park and Gillingham won 1-0 at Plymouth Parkway.
Bitton crashed to a spectacular home defeat as Wells gained their first points of the Premier Division season.
With a chance to make up ground on the early pacesetters, Bitton were hammered 6-0 by the visitors, who took the lead through Tom Manning.
Dan Hunt doubled the advantage before half-time and then Manning, Rob Dunphy, Steve Sokol and Hunt again stunned the hosts.
Winterbourne triumphed 1-0 at Bristol Manor Farm, Dave Buckwell's bizarre own goal after three minutes handing the visitors the points.
Elsewhere, Larkhall Athletic moved fourth in the table with a 1-0 victory at Street, while Willand ran out 4-1 winners in their all-Devon clash at Barnstaple.
In the First Division, Hengrove gained a much-needed three points with a 4-0 home victory over Cribbs Friends Life.
Ben Bament led the way with a brace of goals, while Ricky Charlton and Joe Parsons were also on target for Hengrove.
Welton never recovered from the concession of two early goals as Westbury breezed to a 3-0 away triumph.
A Jack Melcalfe own goal and a Mark Young effort put Westbury in charge before Beau Blakeman settled matters late on.
Wellington were 3-1 away winners at Cheddar, Darren Rice and Dale Webber giving the visitors a two-goal lead.
Adam Jones pulled one back for the home side, but Joe Conway ensured Wellington took the points with a third.