Andrews is sent off as Sutton draw at Willand
BISHOP Sutton lead the Premier Division by four points, with a game in hand over their closest challengers, following their 1-1 draw at Willand.
The table-toppers fell behind to Danny Jee's 16th-minute opener, but Jordan Metters equalised seven minutes before half-time.
Sutton had Luke Andrews sent off after the break, but held off their Devonian opponents to take a point.
Brislington, in second, did not have a game, while Cadbury Heath dropped a place to fourth following their 2-1 defeat at Radstock.
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Heath's Mark Reynolds had a first-minute penalty saved by Chris Simsek, but they soon took the lead anyway courtesy of Nick Dyer.
However, Isaac Reid equalised from the penalty spot five minutes after the break and Omar Lindsay grabbed the winner for the Somerset side on the hour mark.
Street and Bitton drew 1-1, while it was also 1-1 at Wells, where Sam Thomas' 69th-minute opener for Longwell Green was equalised ten minutes later by Jake Brown.
Elsewhere, Winterbourne won 1-0 at bottom side Barnstaple, Buckland also beat Gillingham 1-0 and Bridport and Odd Down finished 1-1.
First Division leaders Hengrove Athletic returned to form with a 5-1 victory at Westbury, despite only leading by Craig White's solitary goal at half-time.
However, Ben Bament and Ben Crewe each scored a second-half brace for the visitors, before Nathan Hallett replied with a late penalty.
Bradford lie second following their 2-1 home victory over Wellington, while third-placed Chard beat Warminster 1-0. Shepton Mallet are down to fourth after they were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Calne, while Corsham went down 3-1 at Elmore.
Karl Nash fired a hat-trick as Cribbs Friends Life hammered bottom-of-the-table Shrewton 7-1, the hosts cruising into a five-goal lead by half-time. Simon Bone and Dave Truan both hit first-half doubles. Nash also netted before the break and he completed his treble with strikes either side of the Shrewton reply.
Sam Jarman was another player to bag a hat-trick as Sherborne thumped Almondsbury UWE 5-0.
Jarman scored goals one, three and five, while Tony Cunningham and Marc Caines were also on target as the Dorset side raced into a four-goal lead by half-time.
Keynsham came from behind to win 3-1 at Devizes, Pat Davidson scoring twice and Rich Healey once after Neil Clark had put the home side into an early lead.
Cheddar triumphed 1-0 at Welton with a Joe Ellis goal, while Portishead beat Roman Glass St George 2-0, with Joe Berry and Lee Brice on the scoresheet.
In round two of the Les Phillips League Cup, Larkhall triumphed 2-1 at home to Premier Division rivals Ilfracombe, thanks to Nat Auckland's second-half winner.
Billy Tucker had given the Devon side a half-time lead from the penalty spot, but Simon Gilbert levelled matters with a spot-kick.