Hawkins hits a hat-trick in Sutton's goal spree
BISHOP Sutton thumped bottom-of-the-table Barnstaple 7-0 to run up the highest score of the day in the Premier Division.
Darren Hawkins hit a hat-trick, including one from the penalty spot, as Sutton moved up to sixth position in the league table.
Hawkins gave his side a two-goal half-time lead before completing his hat-trick in the second period after Pete Shepherd had claimed the third.
Sutton put a gloss on the scoreline with three goals in the final eight minutes from Jordan Whitaker, Will Hailston and Shepherd again.
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Brislington took advantage of Cadbury Heath's participation in the FA Vase to return to the top of the league with a 2-0 home win over Gillingham.
Adam Mahdi and Dave Peters netted for Brislington, who lead Heath by a point, although the second-placed side have two games in hand.
Hallen consolidated third place with a 4-0 home victory against Bridport.
Ashley Bennett and Tom Collett scored during the first half for Hallen. Collett doubled his tally after the interval, before Ricky Boulton completed the scoring for Paul Owen's men.
Bristol Manor Farm edged a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at home to Street.
Geraint Williams and Dan Dunt gave the hosts a two-goal advantage early on.
Steve Murray pulled a goal back with a penalty, but then had a second spot-kick saved by goalkeeper Lee Ballard and Manor Farm capitalised with Ashley Knight hitting a third.
Street's Jason Loxton halved the deficit, but Leigh Edwards-Samuels hit the home side's crucial fourth, before Phil Ormerod grabbed another for the visitors.
Aaron Wilson scored all four goals as Winterbourne United beat Wells 4-1 in a game littered with defensive errors.
Wilson twice pounced on poor back-passes to put his side 2-0 up, before Joe Morgan did likewise to get Wells back into the game.
However, Wilson completed his hat-trick 12 minutes from time and soon added another to guarantee victory for Winterbourne.
The day's other Premier Division game saw Radstock triumph 3-2 at Ilfracombe.
Hengrove Athletic lost top spot in the First Division after going down 2-1 at lowly Almondsbury UWE, Simon McIlroy scoring a second-half winner from the penalty spot.
Ben Bament had given the visitors a first-half lead from a free-kick, but Jay Connor quickly equalised with a free-kick of his own.
Chard took over at the top with a 6-0 win at Warminster, while Calne moved third with a 4-0 victory at Devizes and Shepton Mallet were held to a 3-3 draw at Wellington.
Roman Glass St George and Portishead drew 1-1, Ed Dunn equalising Paul Coles' opener for the home side.
Keynsham went down 3-1 at home to Elmore, Ryan Beal scoring an early own goal to put the visitors on their way. Dave Pearce equalised on the half-hour, but the Devon side won it with goals from Tom Kelly and Matt Harvey.
Paul Banks netted a brace and Greg Dando was also on target as Welton Rangers triumphed 3-1 at Cheddar, while Oldland's home clash with Cribbs Friends Life was postponed.