Stapleton too strong for De Veys
STAPLETON hold a two-point lead at the top of the Premier Division following a 4-1 home win against De Veys Reserves.
Mark Bence netted the opener for the pacesetters, whose other scorers were Osama Al-Mukhtar, Greg Downes and Helios Kang, after Scott Hurse equalised for the visitors.
Whitchurch lost their 100 per cent record after being held to a 3-3 draw at home by The Park, Knowle, who went two up through Mitch Williams and Danny Kingdon,.
Goals from Dave Blake, Danny Webster and Lee Collier gave the hosts a 3-2 lead, but Kingdon hit a late equaliser.
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Abdi-Rahman Wayd struck twice for Amana SYF, 2-1 home winners against Broad Plain A, for whom Wayne Allen hit a second-half consolation.
Imperial A beat Warmley by the same score, thanks to strikes by Neil Hodge and Mitch Downe, while Sea Mills Park A crashed to a 6-2 defeat at home to Cutters Friday A. Stuart Dring and Owen Wall put the Millers 2-1 up, before Cutters bounced back through Rich Duffy (2), Lee Steel (2), Nick Caddy and Matt Evans.
The game between Dodington and Wanderers Reserves was abandoned in the 68th minute after Richard Golding, of Dodington, suffered a knee injury and could not be moved until the arrival of paramedics, who took him to hospital.
Greg Georgiou and Ryan Jones were on target for Wanderers, who were losing 4-2 to goals from Callum Simpson (3) and Ben Walter when the game was called off.
Broad Walk Athletic drew level on points with Dodington and Wanderers Reserves at the top with a 3-1 home success against Iron Acton B , for whom Tom Brinston replied to goals from Rob Pring (2) and Ryan Douglas.