Sutton strike late to put Heath out the cup
JACK Durrant and Will Hailston were both on target as Bishop Sutton knocked Premier Division leaders Cadbury Heath out of the Les Phillips League Cup.
Sutton, who lie six places behind Heath in the league, won the game 2-0 after Durrant and Hailston both scored inside the final ten minutes.
Longwell Green Sports, of the Premier Division, needed extra-time to beat First Division side Elmore 3-2.
Although they dominated for long periods, Longwell Green needed Jake Slocombe's second-half equaliser to take the game into the added 30 minutes.
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Ryan Gardiner then popped up with a double to put the Bristol side through, although Elmore managed another goal late on.
Tom Collett also struck twice to put Hallen on their way to a 3-2 victory over Keynsham Town.
The visitors halved the arrears, but James Derosa scored Hallen's third before Keynsham pulled a goal back.
Brislington went through with a 1-0 home win over Bridport, Josh Dyer scoring the only goal of the game.
Winterbourne United triumphed 3-0 over visiting Corsham, with Jack Pitcher notching a double and Aaron Wilson also on the scoresheet.
First Division leaders Hengrove Athletic were shocked by struggling Shrewton, who won 2-0 with Archie Wilkinson and James Dolman on target.
Jamie Lyons fired a spectacular late winner as Larkhall Athletic beat Oldland Abbotonians 1-0, while Cribbs Friends Life lost 2-0 at Ilfracombe, whose goals came rom Gary Skinner and Scott Huxtable.
Street humbled Roman Glass St George 8-1 after taking a four-goal lead in little more than 20 minutes. An own goal started the rout before Steve Murray, Ben Amagher and Ross McErlain gave the home side their four-goal cushion.
Kris Lee pulled a goal back, but a brace from Murray for his hat-trick after the break, another for McErlain and a second own goal saw Street win in style.
Odd Down knocked out holders Bristol Manor Farm 4-1, Twayne Plummer's first-half double putting the Bath side on their way.
Troy Simpson added a third before Sam Rees pulled a goal back, but Lee Brisbane settled matters with the hosts' fourth.
Elsewhere, Buckland mauled Devizes 10-0, Willand thumped Warminster 5-1 and Bradford beat Wellington 3-0.
Westbury won 2-1 at Calne and Melksham beat Chard on penalties after a 2-2 draw, while Cheddar versus Bitton was postponed.
In the First Division, third-placed Shepton Mallet missed the chance to close the gap at the top as they went down 3-2 at home to Portishead.
Dave O'Reilly and Simon Kelly gave the visitors a two-goal half-time lead, but Kye Palmer and Ben Cleverley hauled Shepton Mallet level after the break.
However, it was Portishead that finished the strongest and Danny Benn hit the winner for them ten minutes from time.
Welton, meanwhile, also slipped to a 3-2 home defeat, in their case against fellow mid-table outfit Sherborne. The Dorset side built-up a two-goal lead at the break through Nick Jacobs and Mark Caines, although Jamie Mines pulled a goal back ten minutes into the second period.
Ryan Gay equalised ten minutes after that, but Caines won it for Sherborne with his second, while Welton finished with nine men.