Holver and Hewitt grab hat-tricks
DOMINIC Holver scored four as Lebeq Tavern Courage maintained their 100 per cent record in the Premier Division with an 8-1 win against JMS Boys.
Gary Hewitt also struck a hat-trick, with Jordan Thaws getting the other goal, while Martin Curren scored for JMS. Despite having won all of their games this season, Lebeq are eight points off the top of the table, albeit with five games in hand.
Second-placed Beaufort kept up the pressure on leaders Avon Plate – who were awarded the points as their opponents, Cutters Friday, could not raise a team – with a 4-1 win over UWE Dynamos.
Alex Lambert, Kyle Simpson, Sam Vile and Nickel Plummer scored for Beaufort, with James Cole on target for UWE.
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Division One leaders AFC Brunel were held to a draw by Lockstock United in an eight-goal thriller. Adam Gregory (two), Adam Scrase and Kevin Seacole scored for Brunel, with Scott Feltham (two), Ken Jones and an own goal accounting for Lockstock's tally.
Second-placed Hope & Anchor could not take advantage of Brunel dropping points, as they could not raise a team for their match against Lebeq Tavern Courage Reserves.
Brislington Badgers beat The Railway 3-2, thanks to goals from Tom Filler, Ross Grimes and an own goal. Steve Attwood and Charlie Lacey scored for The Railway.
Jon Attwell, Clive Amos and Joe Weston got the goals in Warwick's 3-1 win over bottom-of-the-table Brislington 1987, while Zimba drew 1-1 with Bristol 5 Seniors. Kebba Bojang scored for Zimba and James Bullock netted for Seniors.
Amana SYF's seemingly relentless charge toward the Division Two title was helped when Pied Horse could not raise a team against them.
Second-placed Keynsham Park Rangers beat Smart Sports Coaching 1-0, thanks to an Alex Burton goal. Littlesea were the day's top scorers as they beat Wizard Wanderers 9-2, with Rich Duffy grabbing a hat-trick. Scott Plumpton (two), George Charlton, Rich Williams, Jake Baker and Ben Geracitano also scored. Rob Giles and James Lewis got Wizard's goals.
Quality Finish moved off the bottom of the table with a 1-0 win at Longreach Athletic, thanks to Geraint Jones' goal.
Real St George now prop up the table after their 4-0 home defeat against West Country United. Craig Sanders scored a hat-trick for West Country, with Sam Hollard getting their other goal.
Signal Generals and AFC Redland drew 1-1, with Ross Brewer on target for the Generals and Chris Every scoring Redland's goal.
Chris James scored four and Phil Weedon hit two as Division Three leaders Castle Court beat Jolly Sailor Hanham 6-4. Matt Horan (two), Leigh Prideaux and Chris George scored for Jolly Sailor.
South Bristol Saints gave their title hopes a boost with a 3-2 win at Avon Plate Reserves. James Kingscott (two) and Phil Harvey scored for Saints, with Matt Barrow and Tom Leahy getting Avon Plate's goals.
Velindra were 7-3 winners against City Dart Veterans, with Jordan Porter and Tom Derrick both scoring twice and further goals coming from Marcus Whitrow, Ben Bryant and Alan Blake. Luke Talbot (two) and Ryan Madge scored for City Dart.
Goals from Dan Zerk and Dan Llewellyn proved in vain as Midland Spinner went down 3-2 against AFC Brunel Reserves, while the bottom two clubs, West Country United Reserves and Vittles Athletic, drew 2-2. Dan Franklin and Nick Phillips got United's goals, with Dave Goodfellow and Lee Pearce on target for Vittles.