Bishopsworth hit the top
BISHOPSWORTH United joined South Bristol Central at the top of Division Four thanks to a 4-0 home win against Shirehampton A.
Mark Sure (2), Gary Dadds and Russell Bryant were on target for Bishopsworth.
Unbeaten Hillfields OB stayed in contention with a 3-2 victory away to Wick A, for whom Dan Morley and Clinton Frampton replied to goals from Kyle Thomas, Dwaine Knowle and Scott Johnson.
Mike Pullin struck twice for Talbot Knowle Reserves, who scraped home 3-2 against Pucklechurch Reserves after a late decider from teenager Tom Dite, much to the delight of his father Mike, the club's secretary.
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Brislington Cricketers remain anchored at the bottom of the table following a 3-0 defeat away to Sea Mills Park Reserves, for whom Chris Misir (2) and Dave Harris found the net.
Division Five leaders Old Sodbury Reserves were 6-2 home victors against Seymour A with the help of four goals from Sam Pinnell. Jimmy Deave and Dan Bush completed the rout.
Westerleigh also boast an 100 per cent record after winning by the odd goal in seven at home to Highridge Reserves, who were sunk by strikes from Paul Hardeyman (2), Luke Rassing and Alex Allsop.
Also in the hunt for honours are Fishponds Athletic, who beat Warmley Saints Reserves 4-1 with Matt Dart (2), Richard Cleverley and John Blackmore the scorers.
James Luckman's double gave Bendix Reserves a 2-0 win at Greyfriars A. Danny Court and Jamil Mogg scored for Hartcliffe Reserves in a 3-2 home defeat by Crosscourt Reserves.
In Division Six, high-flying Greyfriars B were held to a 3-3 draw away to Bradley Stoke A.
Goals from Dan Corrick (2) and Harry Isaacs scored for the hosts, while Greyfriars' goals came from Chris Dixon and player-manager Dave Crowley, who struck twice but missed a last-minute penalty.
Winford PH A lost 5-4 away to Rangeworthy Reserves, whose goals came from Jay Dwyer (2), Dave Burgess (2) and Mike Beacham.
Mark Gill netted a consolation for Bristol Deaf in a 5-1 defeat away to Stockwood Reserves, whose marksmen were Del Lovell (2), Ollie Smith and Darren Price.