Ikie hands out nine-goal hammering to his son
SEA Mills Park boss Ikie Greening claimed the bragging rights in the family after his team enjoyed a 9-0 Senior Division away romp against Hallen A, whose manager is his son Liam.
Chris Misir sparked off the scoring spree with a hat-trick, then the rout was completed by Lewis Kendall (2), Tom Matthews, Ben Payne, James Mackay and John Watkins.
Promoted Warmley Saints hung on to earn a 7-6 victory against battling Shirehampton Reserves, who were down to nine players in the second half after one was sent off and another injured, with no substitute available.
Phil Anstey struck twice for the Saints, whose other scorers were Tom Mitchell, Oscar Reed, Dave Britton, Matt Winston and Adam O'Brien.
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Ollie Giltrow, Dan Lesley-West and Jack Harding all struck twice in reply for Shire, whose gallant effort deserved at least a point.
Nicholas Wanderers Reserves cruised to a 3-0 success at Chipping Sodbury Reserves through Tom Marshfield (2) and Paul Henry, while Bristol Barcelona won by the same score against Hanham Reserves with Chris Williams (2) and Ollie Lowe the scorers.
Crosscourt United finished 3-2 up at home to Iron Acton in the battle of two other promoted clubs, with Ryan Turner (penalty), Martin Cole and Rob Lucas on the mark, while Roman Glass St George A were held to a 0-0 draw at Longwell Green A.
Mendip Reserves goalkeeper George Brimble saved two penalties from Jon Nutland and John Gale to clinch a 3-1 home win against De Veys in Division Two. Dylan Whittle netted a consolation for the visitors in reply to goals from Joe Moore, Ben Thatcher and Dean Norman for Mendip.
Portville Warriors crashed 5-2 to Stanton Drew, whose goals came from John Daniels (2), his cousin Lewis Daniels, Jason Lee and Shane Davis. Ben Shaw (2) and David McKay netted for Pucklechurch without reply from Talbot Knowle.
Rangeworthy went down 6-1 away to AEK Boco Reserves, whose scorers were Mark Chidgey (2), John Headley (2), Jack Winter and Danny Bristow.
Six goals from Chris Poulinger and Rob Neal's hat-trick gave Totterdown Reserves a 9-2 home victory against Lebeq Reserves in Division Two, where Bitton A failed to respond to goals from Aaron Betteridge (2) and Brad Graham for Winterbourne A.
Former first-team manager Andy Norris hit back for Nicholas Wanderers A, beaten 4-1 away to Bendix, for whom Jason Garlow (2), Paul Johnson and Simon Westlake found the net.
Strikes by Dean Walker (2), Matthew Steadman and Marc Hughes gave Soundwell Victoria a 4-1 success at Fry Club A , while Den Morris netted for Chipping Sodbury A in a 3-1 defeat to goals from Jamie Mogg, Mitchell Knott and Matthew Wilton (penalty) for Hartcliffe.
Richard Crocker replied for Greyfriars Reserves in a 6-1 Division Three defeat away to Real Thornbury , for whom Ross Griffiths hit a hat-trick.
Lawrence Rovers Reserves went down 5-0 at home to Frampton Reserves, whose nap hand was shared by Liam Downer (2), Steve Bywater, Nathan Parker and Chris Cavanagh. AEK Boco A beat Henbury 3-2 following goals from Soco Julie, Barry Lumbard and Jack Webb.
Hambrook Reserves triumphed by the same score at home to Bristol Barcelona Reserves, thanks to Tom Smyth (2) and Matt Doe, while Olveston Reserves were also 3-2 victors against Cribbs Friends Life, with Chris Auburn, Neil Dailey and Phil Russell on target.
A goal from Simon Gage could not prevent a 2-1 home setback for Horfield United against Patchway North End, for whom Paul Evans bagged a brace, while Charlie Jones replied for Yate in a 5-1 home hammering by Roman Glass St George B.
Scott Brevell (2) and Stuart Wilson fired Bishopsworth to a 3-2 Division Four home win against Made For Ever Reserves, while South Bristol Central beat Hallen B 2-1 with Craig Chapman and Jake Richardson the marksmen.
Adam Sykes and Jason Lee were on target for Bradley Stoke Reserves, 2-0 victors at home to Brislington Cricketers Reserves, while Elise Whiting (2), Dave Harris (2) and Grant Iles netted for Sea Mills Reserves in a 5-5 draw with Hillfields OB.
Fishponds Athletic enjoyed an 8-2 Division Five romp at home to Oldland Abbotonians A, spearheaded by a four-timer from Richard Cleverley, with Matt Dark (2), Dean Ridler and Richard James also on target.
Bendix lost 7-1 to Westerleigh, whose goals came from Luke Basseng (3), Ben Cole (2), Ryan Gidman and Matthew Ellery.
Crosscourt Reserves lost 5-3 to strikes by Darren Neil (2), James Axford (2) and Paul Gunning for Old Sodbury.
Kevin Crew and Ben Bushell twice equalised for Warmley Saints Reserves in a 2-2 draw with Seymour Reserves.
In Division Six, Winford PH A won 5-4 at home to Mendip A , with Craig Bright (2), Tom Durcan (2) and Alex MacFarland the scorers. Mark Jones, Dave Gamlin, Jordan Doorwell and Mark Walsh hit back for Mendip.
Darren Houghton, Andrew Payne and Mark Walsh netted for Stanton Drew Reserves without response from Yate.
Guy Mills and Mike Beacham saved Rangeworthy Reserves from defeat in a 2-2 draw with Greyfriars B.
Warmley Saints Reserves manager Richard George has left intensive care at the BRI to recover at home from a heart attack after he played in a veterans game at Cadbury Heath two weeks ago.
Jason Jarvis, of Mendip United Reserves, is also out of hospital, following treatment for extensive leg, ankle and ligament damage suffered in a freak accident in last week's District League match against Hambrook.