Karl settles nine-goal thriller
KARL Connolly grabbed a late decider for Long Ashton A, who were 5-4 Premier Division winners at Sea Mills A after the lead changed hands three times.
Lee Rose hit a hat-trick for the visitors, whose other marksman was Mark Bartlett, while Ben Cook, George Payne, Tom Hoskins and Rob Williams hit back for the Merry Millers in a thriller.
Abdirahman Wayd was a hat-trick hero for Amana SYF, who went on to beat The Park Knowle 4-3 at home.
Mahad Abdi was the other scorer for the hosts, with Adam Brain, Danny Kingdon and Mitch Williams on target for The Park.
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A hat-trick from Connor Caddick set up an 8-0 romp at AFC Hartcliffe Reserves for De Veys Reserves, whose tally was completed by Jamie Barlow (2), Paul Boz, Jordan Jones and Polly Perkins with a screamer. Imperial A crashed 4-0 at home to Cutters Friday A, whose marksmen were Curtis Walker, Gary Fisher, Richard Manning and Jason Blackshill.
In Division One, Dodington continued in good form with a 4-1 success away to Wessex Wanderers A, thanks to goals from Calum Simpson (3) and Ben Walter.
Jason Fitton netted a consolation for Wessex, whose secretary Lyn Hughes would like to thank everyone who contributed to the cost of her memorable trip to New York, adding: "It was an experience I will never forget".
Trebles from Andrew Searle and Aaron Turner paved the way for Iron Acton B's 8-2 battering of Westerleigh Reserves. Craig Rogers completed the rout with a double and Craig Johnson struck twice in reply for the visitors.
Golden Hill A slumped to a 7-2 defeat away to Wanderers Reserves, for whom Greg Georgiou scored four times to add to goals from Jake Mason, Dave Curtis and Ryan Jones.
Matt Kulbaski replied for Warmley in a 2-1 defeat to Broad Walk Athletic, whose two goals were scored by Ryan Walker