Roman Glass and DRG cancel each other out
ROMAN Glass St George and DRG Stapleton shared the spoils in a thoroughly entertaining 3-3 Bristol Central Division draw.
Saints snatched the initiative against the run of play when they beat the offside trap and Adrian Nadason finished coolly past the advancing keeper.
The lead didn't last long as Chris Sefia ran on to a through ball to make it 1-1 and five minutes later the same player hit a crossfield ball to Jed Fields, who thumped a magnificent first time volley into the net from 30 yards out.
Roman Glass then scored via their first second-half attack, in which Liam Payne sent Sam Futcher clean through to make it 2-2, only for DRG to quickly restore their lead when Kareem Burton sent a through ball for Fields to run on to and finish well.
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Roman Glass never gave up and replied with a long-distance Adrian Nadason strike as he kept up his impressive scoring form.
Saints were forced to defend for their lives for the next 25 minutes and a fantastic late save by their keeper Connor Andrews made sure the game ended with a point apiece.
It was the same outcome as AEK Boco and The Park Knowle contrived to produce another 3-3 thriller, Ashley Van Mier, Micky Alden and Declan Cooper, who fired his team in front five minutes from time, getting Park's goals before Boco stole a late leveller.
After six weeks without a game, Ashton Boys returned to winning ways in Bristol South with a 3-0 victory over a resilient Bristol Telephones side. Having made four changes to the team due to illness, Ashton controlled the game for large periods, with Wilf Bond looking a constant threat.
Goals from Joe Delaney, the impressive James Overy, who slotted in a rebound after Isaac Greenbury had hit a post; and Wilf Bond, following a good break forward by Josh Selby, clinched Ashton three welcome points.
Telephones had their chances too, forcing Stanley Hughes to pull off three excellent saves, while Joe Martin turned in a man-of-the-match performance at centre-half for Ashton and Thomas Smart and Frank Tobin pulled the strings in midfield, leaving boss Nick Smart purring at a "great team performance".
Joe Thomas hit a four-timer and George Cryer was also on target as Bristol Rovers SC came away from Kingswood 5-3 winners in Bristol North, after the home team had led 2-0 at the interval through strikes by Edd Pitt and Matt Gosling.
A revitalised Rovers side wore down their opponents after the break, although Gosling did net a third for gallant Kingswood, who were grateful to Rovers for helping mark and respect the sad recent death of their friend Robert Brett at the age of only 17.
Elsewhere, Jamie Matthews, Mitch Greenaway and Adam Rugman grabbed the goals to see St Nicholas to a 3-2 success over Bradley Stoke in an exciting end-to-end encounter in which Stoke right-back Ryan Wembridge popped up twice to score.