Griffiths doubles up as Phones mantain their two-point lead in race for the title
BRISTOL Telephones maintained their two-point lead at the top of Premier One with a 5-1 home win over struggling Cadbury Heath Reserves.
Mark Griffiths led the way with two goals and was joined on the scoresheet by Martin Blacker, Mike Grist and Kevin Seacole.
Second-placed Lawrence Weston kept up the pressure on Phones by overcoming visitors Severn Beach 4-1. George Rooke marked his debut for the team with one of the goals, while Danny Copeland (2) and Aaron Still scored the others.
Adam Lane cracked a hat-trick for Winford PH, 3-0 home winners over Old Georgians, while Jimmy Potts netted a consolation goal for an under-strength Little Stoke, who lost 3-1 at home against Stoke Gifford United.
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Dan Kendall was both hero and villain for Avonmouth in their home match against Ashton United. He put them ahead but conceded the late penalty, converted by Dave Pearson, which earned the visitors a 1-1 draw.
Koran Gayle and Tyler Gayle were on target for Easton Cowboys Suburbia in their 2-0 victory at Headley Park.
Tommy Moore scored the only goal of the game for Premier Two leaders Tytherington Rocks Reserves at Wessex Wanderers.
Second-placed Ridings High, who are through to the GFA Senior Amateur Cup final, remain a point behind after beating Mangotsfield Sports 3-1.
Pete Tomiak scored a hat-trick for Rockleaze Rangers Reserves, 5-1 home winners over Almondsbury UWE Reserves. Alex Pickett and Mark Lewis completed their tally.
A Stuart New strike earned Glenside Five OB a point at home to Bristol Athletic, while Mark White was on target for Brislington A in a 1-1 draw with Totterdown POB, who replied through Jamie Semmence.
AFC Mangotsfield march on in Division One after slamming Lebeq United 4-0 – their 11th successive victory. Ryan Dyer, Jason Base, Zac Zebek and Ben Harris were on target for the leaders.
Second-placed Downend Foresters won 5-1 at Filton Athletic thanks to strikes by Sam Day, Graham Lippiatt, Dave Scutt Chris Johnston and Paul Kennedy.
Ashley Rathbone-Morgan bagged a brace for Avonmouth Reserves, but his efforts were in vain as visitors Tyndalls Park Rangers ran out 4-2 winners.
Division Two leaders Oldbury FC beat Little Stoke Reserves 3-1 to stay four points clear at the top
Nearest rivals Stoke Gifford United Reserves, back in league action after a long break, defeated Lawrence Weston Reserves 2-0 with goals from Dean Saunders and Alex Bisp.
Almondsbury UWE A shared six goals with Corinthian Sports. Kev Blunt, Simon King and Jamie Bees were on target for the Sports, who fought back from 3-1 down.
Ben Leadbetter (2), Ashley Lawrence and Gary West fired Division Three leaders AFC Hartcliffe to a 4-2 home win over Hydez. Luke Allen and Scott Hynam replied for Hydez..
Second-placed Hanham Athletic Suburbia kept up their pursuit with a 4-2 victory over Fry's OB, whose scorers were Danny Raymond and Brad Vaughan.
Third-placed Emersons Green also picked up three points, winning 5-3 at Ashton United Reserves thanks to goals from Gary Jones (3) and George Griffin (2). Lee Pearce (2) and Tom Curtis replied for Ashton.
Bristol Telephones Reserves roared to a 5-0 victory at Old Cothamians Reserves and Keynsham Town A won 6-3 against Glenside Five OB Reserves, whose marksmen were Tim Batt, Joe Morris and Rhys Dunn.
The top two teams in Division Four chalked up impressive wins. Rockleaze Rangers ran out 6-1 winners at Old Georgians Reserves, while second placed Downend Foresters Reserves scored ten without reply against Fishponds OB A. Joe Spearey led the demolition with a five-goal haul and was joined on the scoresheet by Tom Hurley, Dan Burgan and James Churchouse.
Aaron Price hit four goals as Broadwalk kept up their 100 per cent record with a 6-1 win at Severn Beach Reserves. Sam Elvins and Danny Day completed the tally.
Division Five leaders Severnside had a good day, winning 6-0 at Lawrence Weston A. But second placed Cadbury Heath A kept up the chase with a 5-1 victory at Wessex Wanderers, whose consolation goal came from Nick Gilleece.
Jay Powell scored all four goals for Brandon Sports in an 8-4 defeat against The Park Knowle, whose marksmen were Danny Kingdom (4), Charlie Alden (2), Craig Warburton and Matt Moore.
Division Six leaders North Bristol Catalans maintained their five-point advantage by winning 2-0 at AFC Mangotsfield A with goals from Billy Mitchell and Ash Palmer, while title rivals Staple Hill stayed in second spot after beating Lockleaze and Horfield 3-1.
Bristol Bilbao travelled to Rolls Royce and won 7-0 thanks to goals from Cory Clark (2), Nick Joyce (2), Matt House, Ryan Elsbury and Shaun Blake.
Adam Vernon gave Fry's OB Reserves the lead at Sartan United, who hit back to win 4-1 thanks to Stephen Shepherd (2), Matthew Templar and John Trent.
James Parsons hit a hat-trick for Bristol Spartak in a 6-4 home win over Golden Hill Sports Reserves.