Cutter cracks four in Warmley's goal spree
WARMLEY Reserves bounced back to form at the top of the Senior Division with a 7-0 romp away to Hanham Athletic Reserves, who remain anchored to the foot of the table.
The leaders were only one up at the break through Phil Anstey's 35-yard free-kick, but dominated the second half. Paul Cutter fired a four-goal salvo and Matt Dunston and Chris Punter completed the rout.
Iron Acton stay one point behind Warmley following a 3-1 home victory against Roman Glass St George A, with Charlie Lacey (2) and Josh Donaldson on target. Also in the hunt for honours are Sea Mills Park, 4-3 winners at Nicholas Wanderers Reserves.
Chris Misir struck twice for the 'Merry Millers', whose other scorers were 17-year-old substitute Lewis Kendell and Scott Chancellor, while Wanderers replied with two headers from defender Shalton Blackwell and a goal from Liam Reeves.
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Wick Reserves boast the only unbeaten record in the top division after Chipping Sodbury Reserves failed to reply to strikes by Richard Winter (2), Danny Veale and Germaine Murphy-Edwards.
Stockwood Wanderers lost ground following a 7-1 battering away to Bristol Barcelona, for whom Dan Cannon and Chris Williams both notched hat-tricks. Ollie Lowe completed Barcelona's tally.
Longwell Green A took a step nearer safety after Shirehampton Reserves failed to reply to strikes by Justin Brown and Jacob Watson for the home team.
Talbot Knowle missed the chance of taking over the box-seat in Division One from Pucklechurch, who were without a game, following a 4-1 home defeat to Stanton Drew, whose goals came from Jason Lee, Edwin Reed, Liam Pike and John Daniels.
Portville Warriors drew level on points with the pacesetters, thanks to a 5-1 success away to Miners, for whom Ricky Ackerman replied to strikes by Van Papantoniou (2), Sam Jones and Ashley Tweedy.
Also in the top four are De Veys, who won 5-2 at home to Rangeworthy, with Dylan Whittle (2), Jon Bale, Micky Quaile and Nick Nutland on the mark. Jamie Smith grabbed the only goal for AEK Boco Reserves at Bradley Stoke.
Hambrook gained their first win of the season, with St Pancras on the end of a 3-1 beating on The Common, where Tom Smyth (2) and Alex Cox netted for the hosts and Jellani Wallace hit a consolation in reply.
A late leveller from Dennis Perry saved DRG Stapleton Reserves in a 2-2 draw at home to Bendix in the clash of two Division Two promotion hopefuls. Chris Kirskiliton was the early scorer for the hosts, who trailed to strikes by Jason Barlow and John Poole, before Perry's effort clinched a valuable point.
A 5-4 victory at home to Soundwell Victoria kept Hartcliffe in contention, with Jimmy Vowles (2), Aaron Hughes, Matthew Wilton and Lee Cockle on target for the victors. Chris Poynter, James Eckersley, Dean Walker and Marc Hughes scored for the visitors.
Tom Pace (penalty), Paul Henry and Paul Chandler fired Nicholas Wanderers A to a 3-1 home victory against Bitton A, while Lebeq Reserves beat Fry Club A 3-2, thanks to goals from Antony Marshall, his brother Daniel and Makindi Kondwani.
Goals from Ollie Baker (3) and Robbie Nicholls saved Iron Acton Reserves at home to Chipping Sodbury A, who claimed their first point of the campaign from a 4-4 draw.
A 4-0 romp at Bristol Barcelona Reserves kept Greyfriars Reserves in pole position in Division Three, with Moss Banderin (3) and Dave Coggins the scorers. Dan McCarthey's hat-trick sealed a 3-0 home win against Olveston Reserves for second-placed Roman Glass St George A.
Real Thornbury lost ground and their unbeaten record following a 2-1 home reverse to Richard Gardiner's double for Yate Athletic. Joe Holeburt scored for Real Thornbury.
Lawrence Rovers Reserves crashed 9-1 at home to Horfield United. John Burden struck five times for Horfield, whose other goals came from Simon Kaye (3) and Steve Pollock. Frampton Reserves scraped home 5-4 against Hambrook Reserves, thanks to goals from Liam Downer (2), Clayton McParland and Jibril Shotinwa.
Shane Danaher (3) and Dean Taylor (2) gave AEK Boco a 5-1 win away to Patchway North End, for whom veteran Declan Colton hit back.
A five-goal salvo from Alex Turnbull sparked off a 9-1 drubbing for Henbury A by Cribbs Friends Life A, with Liam Clayton (3) and Andy Capon completing the rout.
A 6-2 victory at Soundwell Victoria Reserves lifted Sea Mills Park A clear of the Division Four relegation zone, set up by a hat-trick from Steve Parsons. Sam Taylor and Aaron Clifford replied for the home side.
Leaders Bishopsworth United were held to a 3-3 draw at Shaftesbury Crusade Reserves, while Haydon Conlon scored twice for Wick A in a 2-2 draw with Bradley Stoke Reserves at Oldbury Lane.
A hat-trick from James Hicks could not prevent a 5-3 home defeat for Shirehampton A at home to Hallen B, while James Carr netted for Brislington Cricketers Reserves, who remain without a point following a 3-1 beating by Pucklechurch Reserves.
Old Sodbury Reserves and Westerleigh both retained their 100 per cent records at the top of Division Five with convincing away victories. Sodbury finished 5-3 up away to Fry Club B, for whom Mark Case, Ryan Aucherlonie and Scott James replied to strikes by Tom Harris (2), Simon Wilson, James Axford and Dan Bush.
Luke Basseng scored four for Westerleigh, who hit Greyfriars A for six without reply after Paul Hardiman and Ben Cole completed the tally.
Rangeworthy Reserves consolidated their position at the head of Division Six with a 6-1 hammering of Yate Reserves, for whom Jake Taylor replied to efforts from Jay Dwyer (2), Matt Cooper, Ola Saheed, John Morgan and Dave Burgess.