BAWA progress after trailing by three goals
BAWA Athletico staged a remarkable comeback to reach the second round of the Gilbert Pullin Memorial Cup.
Trailing 3-0 to Breakaways after 27 minutes, BAWA appeared to be heading out of the competition at the first hurdle.
But Matt Buxton scored to spark a recovery and further goals from Ryan Glennon (2) and James Clark proved sufficient to turn the tables.
Father and son Andy and Ryan Perrett were on target as City South Farm drew 3-3 with Shadwell Rovers, only to lose the subsequent penalty shootout 6-5. Sam Adams (2) and Dave Cox netted for Shadwell.
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DKL Athletic held their nerve to beat Downend 7-6 on penalties after a thrilling tie ended 6-6. Paul Kennedy, Chris King and Steve Wood scored two apiece for Downend, while Nick Shortman hit a hat-trick for DKL.
Alistair Stewart also weighed in with a hat-trick as Fishponds Athletic saw off Bristol Jaguars Colts 5-0, while Martin Withey (2), Rich Izzard and Chris Bissex earned AFC Keynsham a safe passage at the expense of Blackhorse Boys, who went down 4-2 despite strikes from Dan Edwards and Alex Graham.
FC Eastville crushed Team Janson 9-2, with Ron Wilks (4), Mike Burd (3) scoring seven of their goals. Withywood trounced Spartans by the same scoreline, thanks to a debut hat-trick from Joseph Berry. He was joined on the scoresheet by Luke Thomas (2), Ben Thatcher, Craig Pinchin, Kristian Swaby and James Kenway-Greatorex.
Ross Wolsley netted twice for Fishponds Town, but was powerless to prevent a 9-2 exit at the hands of Lebeq Reserves.
Goals from Jason Barter (3), Jeorgi Osmond (2), Adam McCabe, Alex Witten and Chris Weekes propelled Real Fishponds into the next round at the expense of Legion Reserves, with Luke Goulder, Martin Reading and Tom Gaves replying in an 8-3 defeat.
Sean Giles, Jack Burton, Anthony Currie and an own goal helped Stoke Gifford ease past FC South Yate 4-3, Dan Walker, Dan Oakley, Chris Masir, Kai Hamblin and Steve Connors shot BAWA Sports to a 5-2 win over AC Bristol and Shane West (2), Paul Brown and Craig Madine were on target as The Trooper beat Jolly Boys Reserves 4-2.
Dan Webb helped himself to six goals as Stoke Lane Athletic netted seven without reply against Almondsbury Athletic, while Robert Dumphy (2), Mike Broad (2), Tai Coleman, Gary West, Paul Williams and Ollie Cowman scored the goals in Legion United's 8-3 triumph over Real Fishponds.
Sporting Bristol handed out a 7-2 thumping to CK FC to move to the top of the embryonic Premier Division table. Paul Coles weighed in with a hat-trick and was joined on the scoresheet by Icram Randall and Jason Thatcher. Pete Newton-Smith and Tom Rees hit back for CK. Cribbs Friends Life beat Sportsman 6-1 to register their first win of the season, courtesy of goals from Alex Fox (4), Tom Headford and Ben Cush.