Hat-trick hero Seacole is the toast of Brunel
AFC Brunel beat nearest rivals Hope and Anchor in a 5-4 thriller to assume pole position at the top of Division One in the Bristol Premier Sunday League.
Kevin Seacole weighed in with a vital hat-trick and Aaron Price added the other two in what could turn out to be a significant victory. Having played three games fewer than Hope and Anchor, Brunel are now two points clear and hot favourites to win promotion.
Brislington Badgers moved up to third place, courtesy of a comprehensive 5-0 triumph over Warwick. The goals were shared between Nat Brain, Dave Franklin, Craig Read, Matt Dickensen and Mike Greenhill.
Elsewhere in Division One, Lee Calder and Dale Rhodes scored in a losing cause for The George, who went down 4-2 at home to Bristol 5 Seniors.
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Avon Plate extended their lead at the top of the Premier Division to three points, courtesy of a 3-1 win over Forresters. Tyler Gayle (2) and Andrew Makepeace netted for the leaders, Kyle Ellis replying.
Runaway Division Two leaders Amana SYF extended their unbeaten record to 12 games and sounded a warning to their rivals by trouncing lowly Real St George 7-3.
Tyrell Ballard took matters into his own hands, scoring four times, and Giovanni Fisher, Steve Macphail and Meliveo Williams completed the rout. St George responded through Laurie Coventry, Kyle Thomas and Gavin Griffiths.
West Country United also hit seven, Sean Davies (4) and Mike Reynolds (3) combining to outgun Quality Finish 7-1, while AFC Redland beat second-placed Keynsham Park Rangers 2-1 thanks to strikes from Ollie Bendall and Ryan Mills.
Smart Sports Coaching edged past Wizard Wanderers 3-2 with goals from James Fielder, Jamie Francom and Dan Walker. Dean henderson and Ben Price hit back for Wanderers. Chris James (2) and Simon Pole fired Division Three leaders Castle Court to a 3-1 win at Midland Spinner, but Avon Plate Reserves maintained their pursuit by beating Velindra 4-2. Chris Thomas (2), Ian Ferris and Adam Turvey hit the target for Avon, Dave Brunsdon and Nat Gill replying.
Andy Parsons, Andy Forse and Luke Rossiter all helped themselves to hat-tricks as Cathedral City trounced City Dart Veterans11-0 in an embarrassingly one-sided encounter. Matt Brock and Nick Morgan also go in on the act for mid-table Cathedral.
Phil Harvey, Jason Kingscott and Mitch Scarman netted for South Bristol Saints, but Matt Horan, Andy Pallent and Leigh Prideaux scored for Jolly Sailor Hanham in a 3-3- draw.