Chipping Sodbury ease to first win of the season
CHIPPING Sodbury got off the mark at the sixth time of asking in the David Wilson Homes Gloucestershire County League as they thumped fellow strugglers Berkeley.
The visitors ran out 4-0 winners with Alex Fox opening the scoring before Danny Coombes, Ben Hemmings and Craig Davidge all got on the scoresheet.
At the other end of the table, Southmead continued their terrific start to the season with a 5-2 home victory over Kingswood.
Rob Sivers, Dan Glancy and then Sivers again had Southmead three goals up inside 25 minutes before Gary Simmons pulled a goal back before half-time.
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Sivers completed his hat-trick on the hour and Dwain Pope added a fifth for the hosts, before Frank Hitchings grabbed a second for Kingswood.
Tuffley are second on goal difference following their 3-0 victory at Ellwood,
Henbury slipped from first to third as they were beaten 3-2 by visiting Thornbury, despite Eddie Howell's spot-kick giving them an early lead.
Dean Morgan soon levelled matters for Thornbury, though, and two goals in three second-half minutes from Nathan Irwin and Rob Cave put them in charge. Jack Bebbington pulled a goal back for Henbury, but they were unable to find an equaliser in the last ten minutes.
Patchway consolidated their good start as a Matt Davis goal gave them a 1-0 win at home to Hanham, while King's Stanley beat Bishop's Cleeve Reserves 4-1.
Shane Budding scored two second-half goals as Rockleaze recorded a 2-0 home victory over DRG Frenchay.
Yate Reserves drew 1-1 at Taverners, Tom Hanley scoring for the hosts, while Ashley Hawkins netted a penalty for the Lodge Road side.
Frampton sank to second-from-bottom of the table after losing 4-1 at home to Longlevens.
Danny Rich and Ryan Dunn put Longlevens two goals up in 16 minutes, Brad Martin added a third after the break and Adam Phillips grabbed the fourth late on after Ryan Vincent had pulled a goal back.