Telephones go five points clear in Premier One
PREMIER One leaders Bristol Telephones are five points clear after winning 4-2 at Stoke Gifford United, Marc Griffiths (2), Kevin Seacole and Martin Blacker scored for the leaders with James Stephens and Mike Hodge replying.
Lawrence Weston's all-time leading goalscorer Danny Copeland scored twice for his second-placed side as they lost a 2-0 lead and missed a penalty, but then scored the winner with three minutes to go at Fry's against Winford PH, Liam Claridge netted the third, Adam Lane and Ian Palmer scored for Winford.
Ricky Evans completed a hat-trick for Little Stoke, who warmed up for next week's quarter-final of the GFA Senior Amateur Cup by winning 6-3 at Fishponds OBs, evergreen striker Jimmy Potts netted twice and Ashley Coles completed the scoring, Sam Payne, with two, and Jamie Comley replied for Fishponds.
Bottom club Cadbury Heath Reserves went down 4-2 at home to Ashton United, whose goals were scored by Dave Pearson (2), Steve Tarrant and Kane Adams.
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Premier Two leaders, Tytherington Rocks Reserves started 2013 as they finished last year recording their seventh successive victory beating Bristol Athletic 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Tommy Moore and a goal from James Chenoweth.
Second-placed Ridings High are one of three unbeaten sides after they travelled to Wessex Wanderers and won 3-1, Steven Pocock scored the Wessex consolation goal.
Goals from Donovan Shand (2), Lewis Wyatt, Joe Roberts and Jason Alderman, with a goal apiece, helped Almondsbury UWE Reserves stay in third place courtesy of a 5-1 victory at Totterdown POB, Tim Jackson scored for Totterdown.
Billy Holmes bagged a brace for Brislington A.who shared four goals with unbeaten Mangotsfield Sports.
Dino Parker was on target for Glenside Five OBs who lost 3-1 at home to Southmead CS United.
Carl Lakey and Joe Webber completed hat-tricks for Rockleaze Rangers Reserves, who won 9-0 at Norton Lane against a weakened Whitchurch side, Pete Tomiak, Luke Ogbulu and an own goal completed the scoring.
Unbeaten Downend Foresters lead Division One by one point from AFC Mangotsfield, who are the only team in the league with a 100 per cent record. The Foresters travelled to Lebeq United and won 3-1 thanks to goals from Paul Kennedy, Chris Johnston and Ian Milne, Josh Penford replied for Lebeq.
Zac Zebek and Ryan Jones were the AFC Mangotsfield marksmen who had to fight hard to maintain their 100 per cent record with an odd goal in three victory at Ashton Backwell Colts, Ryan Hoskins scored for Ashton Backwell.
Third-placed Tyndalls Park Rangers also won by the odd goal in three at home to Golden Hill Sports.
CAB Olympic ended a run of three successive defeats by beating Ridings High Reserves 4-0, Mulenga Muternwakwenda, Theo Mckenzie, Shomari Sengor and Mommainais Bokoto were the CAB marksmen
Marcus Jacobs bagged brace in vain for Parson Street OBs as they went down to an improving Avonmouth Reserves side under the management of secretary Chris George, Craig Green (2), Mike Thornhill and Kirk Feller were the goalscorers.
The game between the top two sides in Division Two was won 2-0 by Oldbury FC, who move into pole position against previously unbeaten Stoke Gifford United Reserves, Brad Harris and Liam Christopher were the Oldbury marksmen.
Broad Plain House Reserves took the lead against Corinthians Sports, who equalised through Lee Clarke, Broad Plain went in front with a header before Kev Blunt equalised from close range, Gareth Newman scored the winner for the Sports in the last minute.
Fishponds OBs Reserves moved off the bottom of the table sharing four goals at Little Stoke Reserves, Dave Bennett and Greg Rogers scored for Fishponds with Andy Gray and Tyler McDonald replying for Little Stoke.
In Division Three, Emersons Green lost t 4-1 at Stockwood against Bristol Telephones Reserves. Jake Baker, Russ Harris (2) and Jake Edwards scored for the 'Phones'.
Third-placed AFC Hartcliffe won for the sixth successive game 4-1 at home to Glenside Five OB Reserves, Gerry Wiltshire (2), Ashley Lawrence and Joe Moore scored for Hartcliffe with Tim Batt scoring the Glenside consolation.
Ashton United Reserves travelled the short distance to Norton Lane to play Hydez and took their unbeaten run to six games winning 6-1. Dan Causon scored the Hydez consolation, Tom Curtis completed a hat-trick with Paul Francis, Richard Flicker and Luke McNeil completing the scoring.
In Division Four, leaders Downend Foresters Reserves were without a game so second-placed Rockleaze Rangers A closed the gap courtesy of a 10-3 home win over Winford PH Reserves.
Severn Beach Reserves moved into fourth place winning 6-0 at Coupland Insulation, Ollie Stokes led the scoring with a hat-trick with Aaron Clarke, Josh Reid and Craig Lancastle completing the scoring.
Dan Payne scored four times to help Old Georgians Reserves to a 7-2 victory at Fishponds OB A, Chris Watts, Kawser Allam and Charlie Harris completed the scoring with Alan McCabe and Luke Harwood replying.
The top two teams met in Division Five with the honours shared in a 2-2 draw, Dan Green and Chris Evans scored for Severnside against Rockleaze Rangers B.
Stoke Gifford United A beat Wessex Wanderers A 3-2.
Paul Wilcock, Scott Hazell and Jordan Russell scored for Gifford with Nick Blackmore and Scott Harrison netting for Wessex.
Jason Lawrence netted four times to help Brandon Sports to their second win a in a row 8-1 at home to Lawrence Weston A, Shane Stone, Luke Kane and Aaron Lovell completed the scoring.
Billy Mitchell also scored four times to help North Bristol Catalans lead Division Six by five points winning 5-2 at Avonmouth A. Phil Arnell scored both Avonmouth goals in a game played at Elm Park, Ash Palmer scored the fifth Catalans goal.
Staple Hill move into second place after a hard-fought 3-2 at Frys against Frys OB Reserves, Scott Watson and Danny Raymond scored for Frys with Ross Simmons, Julias Weithers and Joe Thomas netting for Staple Hill.
Mitchell Player scored a hat-trick for Whitchurch Sports, who won the local derby with Bristol Spartak 9-1, three players scored twice, Conor Walker, Anthony Dibble and Justin Hughes.
In the Norman Goulding Cup, Old Cothamians won 4-2 at Lawrence Weston Reserves to earn a third round tie at Oldbury FC. Rob Perry, Jon Lawrence, Ben Hooper with a free-kick and an own goal were the Old Cothamians marksmen.
In the Len Bartlett Trophy, Cory Clark, Nick Joyce and Craig Dimbecki all bagged braces to help Bristol Bilbao to a 9-3 home victory over Sartan United. Ross Bowerman, Jacob O'Donnell and Stephen Shepherd replied for Sartan.
Cadbury Heath A led Broad Walk four times before they equalised in the last minute to take the game into extra time. Broad Walk eventually won 7-4, Aaron Price scored four times for Broad Walk, Joe Cockram (2) and Lee Owen completed the scoring. Ryan Bruton (2), Curtis Allan and Michael Wright scored for Heath, Broad Walk will travel to Whitchurch Sports in the next Round.