Easton Cowboys Suburbia beaten by Rose's late goal for Winford
WAYNE Rose scored a 90th-minute winner for Winford PH in a 2-1 success against Easton Cowboys Suburbia's, which ended their winning run.
Ross Miller gave Winford a first-half lead, then Korahn Gayle equalised before Rose got the decisive goal.
Captain Martin Blacker scored the only goal as Premier One leaders Bristol Telephones won 1-0 at home to Old Georgians.
Second-placed Lawrence Weston are four points behind the leaders following a 2-2 draw at home to St Aldhelms. Aaron Still and Liam Claridge were on target for Lawrence Weston.
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Jimmy Potts bagged a brace and Ricky Evans also scored for Little Stoke in a 3-2 win at home to Ashton United, whose two goals came from Steve Tarrant.
Stoke Gifford United won 5-0 against Cadbury Heath Reserves, thanks to goals from Karl Rutter, Mike Hodge, Luke Bartley, James Stephens and Dave Talbot.
Will Hall and Mark Johnston were the Avonmouth marksmen in a 2-1 win against Fishponds OB, whose goal came from Joe Dykes.
Ridings High opened a six-point lead at the top of Premier Two following a 7-0 win against Wessex Wanderers.
Haydn Conlon scored four to help Mangotsfield Sports to a 6-1 win over Rockleaze Rangers Reserves. Sam Hill and Sam Glanvill also netted for the victors.
Dan Clarke scored for Brislington A in a 2-1 home defeat to Almondsbury UWE Reserves.
The two top teams in Division One remain unbeaten. Leaders AFC Mangotsfield beat third-placed Tyndalls Park Rangers 8-2, thanks to goals from Ben Harris (4), Zac Zebek (3) and Jason Base.
Second-placed Downend Foresters were made to fight hard by Parson Street OB, but eventually won 6-3. Lee Pitman scored a hat trick for Parson Street for the second week running, while Dave Scutt (3), Will Gregory, Ian Milne and Paul Kennedy scored for the Foresters.
Fourth-placed Cleeve Colts lost 6-1 at home to CAB Olympic, whose goals came from Afshar Zarai (2) Ashton Squire (2), Jacob Gardner and Shomari Sengor.
Lebeq United and Ashton & Backwell Colts shared eight goals. Joe Field (2), Ross Farmer and Dwaine Magloire netted for Lebeq, who led 4 1 before Ashton hit back to equalise with goals from John Pinches (2), Frank Tobin and James Boyce.
Curt Seller scored for Avonmouth Reserves in a 1-0 win in the first game of a double fixture against Golden Hill Sports, who won the second match 2-1. Mike Thornhill netted for Avonmouth in that game.
Oldbury FC still lead Division Two, despite a 1-0 defeat to Fishponds OB Reserves, who had a Tom Chambers penalty to thank for the three points. Second-placed Stoke Rangers beat Almondsbury UWE A 7-0 t make it seven wins in a row.
St Aldhelms Reserves beat Old Cothamians 1-0 and Wanderers won 2-0 at Little Stoke Reserves.
Division Three leaders AFC Hartcliffe are leading the race to be the first team to reach 100 goals as they took their tally to 93 with a 6-0 win at Keynsham Town A, thanks to goals from Ashley Lawrence (2), Joe Moore (2), Paul Williams and Scott Anstey.
Second-placed Hanham Athletic Suburbia won 4-1 at Filton Athletic Reserves.
Tom Pinnell (2), Justin Lear (2), Gary Jones, Tom Chilcott, George Griffin and Josh Bennett were on target for Emersons Green in an 8-2 win against Hydez, whose goals came from Luke Allen and Adam Weightman.
Chris King (2), Alex May and Joe Spearey were the Downend Foresters Reserves scorers in a 4-0 home win over second-placed Rockleaze Rangers A to open a four-point lead at the top of Division Four. Third-placed Broad Walk beat Fishponds OB A 7-0, thanks to strikes from Aaron Price (2), Sam Elvins, Danny Day, Kieren Brunsdon, Joe Cockram and Paul Elvins.
Severnside took advantage of Division Five leaders Cadbury Heath A not having a game by beating Brandon Sports 5-1 to join them at the top.
Charlie Alden scored a hat-trick as The Park Knowle took their unbeaten run to five games with a 5-1 win at Wessex Wanderers Reserves. Troy Watts and Michael Alden also scored for the victors, while Nick Blackmore netted for Wessex.
Division Six leaders North Bristol Catalans were without a game, but second-placed Staple Hill failed to take advantage as they lost 4-2 at Rolls Royce. Darren Lynch-Burton hit his third hat trick in three games for Rolls, whose other goal came from Andrew Stimpson. Robert Graham and Karl Durston netted for Staple Hill.
Bristol Bilbao won 10-0 against Fry's OB Reserves, with Cory Clark scoring four times. Fourth-placed Sartan United beat Bristol Spartak 14-0, with Jacob O'Donnell and Adam Frail scoring hat tricks.