Brislington held by Winterbourne
JAMES Mainstone struck a late equaliser as Winterbourne became the first team this season to take Premier Division points off leaders Brislington.
The match finished 1-1, Mainstone levelling ten minutes from time after Frank Gingell gave the visitors a 47th-minute lead.
Brislington remain clear at the top of the table, though, as Bitton suffered a chastening defeat for the second weekend in succession.
Having lost 6-0 at home to lowly Wells last week, Bitton were beaten 5-0 at previously winless Radstock.
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The hosts led 4-0 at the break. Leroy Swaby scoring twice, with Omari Sims and Issac Reid also on target, before Reid added the fifth goal 15 minutes from time.
Hallen won 2-1 at Cadbury Heath courtesy of a goal in each half from Tom Collett.
Jason Thatcher scored an equaliser midway through the first period for Heath, but received his second yellow card six minutes later.
Bishop Sutton ran out 4-1 home winners over Ilfracombe, with Darren Hawkins and John Lock each scoring a goal either side of the interval.
Bristol Manor Farm are now bottom after previous basement side Longwell Green triumphed 1-0 at The Creek. Jack Welling was on target just after half-time.
Elsewhere, Street beat Bridport 2-0, Wells thumped Barnstaple 4-0 and Willand drew 2-2 with visiting Odd Down.
Just three points separate the top nine teams in the First Division, with Shepton Mallet now leading the way following their 2-0 home win over Corsham.
Hengrove triumphed 3-0 at Chard to leapfrog their opponents into second place.
Ben Bament and James Dunn gave the visitors a two-goal lead at the break and Rhys Hickery added the third just after the hour mark.
Keynsham came from behind to win their derby with visiting Oldland Abbotonians 2-1. Pat Davison and Scott Brain scored for Keynsham after Luke Bryan opened the scoring.
Roman Glass St George left it late to snatch a point at Bradford, coming from two goals down to draw 3-3.
Tom Golledge and Ricky Trott gave Bradford a two-goal lead, Kris Lee pulled one back just before half-time, but Golledge made it three early in the second period.
However, Jamie Johnson reduced the arrears 20 minutes from time and Karim Rendall hit the Roman Glass equaliser in added time.
Welton's Ryan Gay put his side ahead at Shrewton with just five minutes remaining, but there was still time for Dean Foot to earn the hosts a 1-1 draw.
Warminster moved sixth with a 3-2 home win over Portishead, while Devizes triumphed 4-0 at Wellington; Calne beat Cheddar 2-1; and Elmore and Westbury drew 1-1.