Father and son combination on target for Saints
IT was a great day in the Milkins household on Saturday with father and son Colin and Tom on the scoresheet for St Aldhelms in a 2-1 victory over Winford PH in a Premier One match at Fry's.
Tom scored the first Saints goal and then, after Jon Readings equalised, his dad Colin netted the winner to move St Aldhelms up to fourth.
Bristol Telephones stayed top on goal difference, beating in-form Little Stoke 4-1, thanks to strikes from Dhani Golding, Mark Griffiths, Michael Grist and Adam Gregory.
Second-placed Lawrence Weston maintained their unbeaten record, overcoming Ashton United 2-0. Danny Copeland and Mitch Underwood were the Lawrence Weston marksmen.
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Fishponds OBs have scored 23 goals in winning their last four games. Three players, John Pugsley, Mark Slateford and Joe Dykes, bagged braces in a 7-3 home win over Easton Cowboys Suburbia and Sam Payne added the other goal. Tyler Gayle, James Cornick and Marcus Smith replied for Cowboys.
Dan Payne (2), Joe Gardner and Pete Chapple were the Old Georgians marksmen in a 4-2 win overSevern Beach, who struck through Mike Willmott and an own goal.
In Premier Two, second-placed Ridings High moved a point behind Tytherington Rocks Reserves, who didn't play on the weekend, courtesy of a 4-1 home victory over Southmead CS United. Corey Wilson scored a hat-trick and Scott Cameron was also on target for the victors.
Third-placed Almondsbury UWE Reserves' game at Bristol Athletic was postponed and fourth-placed Brislington A were indebted to a late equaliser from Josh Terry to claim a point from a 4-4 draw at home to Rockleaze Rangers Reserves. Dan Clarke (2) and Mark White were also on target for Brislington, while Steve Mason (2), Andy Watts and Jon Holder netted for Rangers.
Glenside Five OBs continued their improved form, winning 3-1 at Totterdown POB to push them into the relegation zone. James and Dino Parker and Andy Warrant were the Glenside scorers, while Jimmy Jackson replied for Totterdown.
Wessex Wanderers won the game between the bottom two, overcoming Whitchurch 2-1. Daniel Edwards' strike and Steven Pocock's penalty aided Wessex's cause, who also conceded an own goal.
In Division One, the result of the day was at Pomphrey Hill, where leaders AFC Mangotsfield beat previously unbeaten Parson Street OBs 8-0. Ben Harris (3), Zac Zebek (2), Oliver Saunders (2) and Ryan Jones were the Mangotsfield marksmen.
Third-placed Cleeve Colts kept their 100 per cent record, winning 2-0 at Tyndalls Park Rangers thanks to goals from Ross Moorhead and Sean Kellett. Chris George has taken over as reserve-team manager at Avonmouth, who beat Ridings High Reserves 8-1. Curt Feller (3), Brad Lloyd, Shaun Curtis, Sam Westlake, Dave Bennett and Craig Green were on the scoresheet for Avonmouth.
Luke Green scored four for Lebeq Unitedin a 12-2 win against Filton Athletic. Giovanni Fisher (3), Gary Bennett (2), Jarvis Walters, Dwaine Magloire and Lee Jones were also on target for United.
Ashton Backwell Colts moved three points clear of the relegation positions after a 4-3 victory at CAB Olympic. Jouglas Zuco (2) and Orlando McCarthy scored for CAB.
St Aldhelms Reserves missed the chance to overtake Stoke Gifford United Reserves at the top of Division Two, going down 4-0 at home to third-placed Stoke Rangers.
Craig Tottle scored a consolation goal for Oldbury, who lost 3-1 at home to fourth-placed Broad Plain House Reserves.
Emersons Green are the new leaders of Division Three after winning 5-1 at Keynsham Town A. George Griffin (2), Charlie Williams (2) and Justin Lear scored for the leaders.
AFC Hartcliffe moved up to third after winning 8-1 at St Annes Town. Hartcliffe's goals came from Ashley Lawrence (3), Ben Leadbetter, Scott Anstey, Gary West, Paul Williams and an own goal.
Secretary, Paul Hynam, was on target twice for Hydez, 4-1 winners at bottom-of-the-table Glenside Five OBs Reserves. Gavin Ellington and Jack Daniells completed the scoring, Steve Hall netted for Glenside.
A goal from Steve Collins gave Bristol Telephones Reserves all three points at Whitchurch Reserves.
Lee Edwards gave Old Cothamians Reserves an early lead at home to Ashton United Reserves, who hit back with goals from Justin Reece, Paul Tuttiet and Richard Flicker to win 3-1.
Broad Walk took advantage of the two top teams not playing in Division Four, beating Winford PH Reserves 6-0. Aaron Price (2), Joe Cockram, Tom Palmer, Lee Owen and Danny Day completed the scoring.
Severn Beach Reserves beat Old Georgians Reserves 4-1, thanks to goals from Pete Wright, Josh Reed, Matt Reed and Tom Williams. Aaron West replied for Old Georgians.
Division Five leaders Severnside went down 3-2 at home to Oldbury FC Reserves. Harry Badock scored twice for the leaders.
Second-placed Cadbury Heath A won 6-0 at Brandon Sports.
Henry Bishop scored as third-placed Rockleaze Rangers B won 1-0 at Wessex Wanderers B.
In Division Six, North Bristol Catalans closed the gap on leaders Bristol Bilbao, who were without a game, by beating Staple Hill 4-1, thanks to strikes from Ash Palmer (2), Ross Cox and Billy Mitchell. Julias Weithers replied for Staple Hill.
Jacob O'Donnell scored eight times to help Sartan United to a 12-1 win at home to Rolls Royce. Stephen Shepherd scored a hat-trick and Ross Bowman also netted for Sartan.