Newcomers Dodington continuing to set the pace in first division
NEWCOMERS Dodington stayed clear at the top of Division One following a 4-2 home win against Broadwalk Athletic.
Alan Pillinger, Ben Walter, All Wallace and Tom Lambert were on the mark for the leaders, while Scott Lewis and Rob Pring hit back for the Knowle-based team, who are also in their first season in the league.
"It was not an easy game, but we deserved to win," said Dodington secretary Liam Watson.
Iron Acton B stayed in close contact with the pacesetters, thanks to a 3-0 home victory against lowly Warmley Reserves.
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Tom Binstead kept up his goal a game record for the hosts, whose other scorers were Nick Hammond and Jordan Miller.
Stapleton retained the only 100 per cent record in the league, but not without a fight from The Park Knowle, who were sunk by a late decider in a 3-2 home defeat in the Premier Division.
Jake Hawkes and Dean Jarrett twice levelled the scores for The Park, who had two players sent off late in the second half, before goals from Jack Little, Greg Down and Callum Gardiner secured three points for the visitors.
Richard May shot Imperial A in front at home to Amana SYF, who hit back to lead 2-1 through Abdi-Patah Osman and Mohamed Hassan, only to be pegged back by a late free-kick from Jason Hull.
De Veys Reserves lost 1-0 at home to AFC Hartcliffe Reserves, for whom Jason Keane netted in the 18th minute.
Waterlogged pitches caused the postponement of home games for Broad Plain A, Bradley Stoke B and Wessex Wanders A.