Bamford bags four goals for Shire
SHIREHAMPTON moved up to seventh in the Premier Division with a 5-3 away success at third-placed Street Reserves.
Goals from Tom Hill and James Bisgrove gave Street a two-goal lead, but Scott Bamford pulled one goal back with a low drive from a tight angle and he then provided the equaliser from a 25-yard free-kick just before the break.
Midway through the second half, Bamford went round the goalkeeper to complete his hat-trick. Street levelled through Bisgrove's 78th-minute penalty, but Bamford drilled home his fourth goal soon after.
Shirehampton's victory was sealed with an 88th-minute strike from Jake Hone.
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Berrow stayed three points clear at the top with a 3-1 home success against Watchet Town, but second-placed Cutters Friday kept up the pressure with a 3-1 win away to bottom-of-the-table St George (EiG).
Nailsea Town had an impressive 4-2 victory at Ilminster Town to move up to tenth in the table.
Fourth-placed Nailsea United were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Bridgwater Town Reserves, while Weston St Johns lost 2-1 at home to Minehead.
In the First Division, leaders Yatton suffered a shock 5-1 defeat at home to mid-table Clutton and Fry Club triumphed 3-1 at Castle Cary.
Tytherington Rocks remain fourth in the Division One West table following a 4-1 home win against Clanfield.
Sam Taylor finished off a cross from Joe White to give Rocks and early lead, and White got the second after good work by Justin Bishop.
Toby Colbourne set up Taylor the third goal and, although Clanfield pulled a goal back, Bishop re-established Rocks' three-goal advantage just before half-time when he headed in the rebound after White's shot hit the post.