Brislington hot up chase
BRISLINGTON narrowed the gap on Premier Division leaders Bishop Sutton with victory over Hallen, while the table-toppers had their match against Radstock postponed.
Alex Lambert's early goal put Brislington on their way to a 3-0 win, with Luke Meacham adding the second just before half-time and Mitchell Ashmead scoring the third.
The victory moves the Bristol side on to 53 points from 28 games, four points fewer than Sutton, who also have two games in hand.
Cadbury Heath are third following their 2-1 home triumph over fellow top-five side Street, Mark Reynolds hitting the winner 12 minutes from time.
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Reynolds had earlier given Heath a first-half lead that was soon equalised by Ben Amghar, while both sides had a man sent off during the second period.
Bitton dominated their home match against Bristol Manor Farm, running out 3-1 winners and being denied by the woodwork on several other occasions.
Mark Salter opened the scoring before debutant Antony Conradi struck twice. Ashley Knight claimed a late consolation for Manor Farm.
Longwell Green had Mike Hardiman sent off after only ten minutes at Melksham, but still pulled off a 2-1 victory.
Adam Bates gave Green a second-half lead, which was levelled by Chris Dauncey's own goal, but Ash Bowles popped up with a winner in stoppage-time.
Winterbourne slipped to a 2-0 home defeat against Willand, Owen Howell scoring a first-half opener and Steve Orchard adding the second.
Elsewhere, Buckland won 2-1 at Odd Down, Gillingham thumped Ilfracombe 6-0 and Wells triumphed 3-0 in their basement battle at Barnstaple.
Hengrove Athletic have an eight-point lead at the top of the First Division after their 3-1 home win over struggling Roman Glass St George.
Ben Crewe scored a quickfire double midway through the first half, which was bisected by Nathan Bell's goal for Roman Glass, with Ricky Charlton netting Hengrove's third.
Chard moved second with a 2-0 triumph at Cheddar, Shepton Mallet won 3-2 at Shrewton, while Corsham beat visiting Wellington 3-0.
Cribbs Friends Life had a 1-0 victory at lowly Warminster, Jack Kinnerley scoring the only goal for the Bristol side.
Oldland Abbotonians were the biggest scorers of the day, hammering Devizes 6-1 with Luke Bryan scoring a first-half hat-trick and Dave Pollinger adding a fourth before the break.
Craig Wilson and Connor Britton extended the advantage in the second period, before Devizes claimed a late consolation.
In the day's other matches, Keynsham beat Westbury 4-0 and Calne triumphed 3-2 over Elmore, while Almondsbury UWE versus Bradford and Portishead versus Sherborne were postponed.