Wick's perfect record ended by McCall's super strike for Shire
WICK Reserves surrendered the only 100 per cent record in the Senior Division after being pegged back to 6-6 by a 20-yard pile driver from Ryan McCall for Shirehampton Reserves at Penpole Lane, where the lead changed hands four times in a thriller.
Scott Bamford (4) and Max Western were the other scorers for Shire, while George Garland and Haydon Conlon both struck twice in reply for the visitors, whose other marksmen were Richard Grinter and Joe Thomas.
Leaders Sea Mills Park lost for the first time after being denied a last-gasp leveller by an offside decision in a 2-1 defeat away to Stockwood Wanderers. Ricky Brumpton and Travis Harrison were on target for the hosts, while Scott Chancellor replied for the Millers, whose manager Ikie Greenwood was disappointed that his team did not take home at least one point.Wanderers' secretary Nick Amos said: "It was a tough victory against a very good side."
Warmley Saints drew level on points with the Millers at the top after coming from behind to beat Crosscourt United 2-1 at Redcatch Park. Ryan Turner was the first-half scorer for the hosts, who were sunk by a double from Ed Searle.
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Iron Acton joined the pacesetters after lowly Longwell Green A failed to reply to goals from Nikael Plummer (2) and Jordan Moore.
Hanham Athletic Reserves ended a run of seven successive defeats with a 1-0 home success against Nicholas Wanderers Reserves, thanks to Adam Shapcott's strike, while Bristol Barcelona were held to a goalless draw by Roman Glass St George A.
Hallen A took a step nearer safety with a 5-2 home victory against Chipping Sodbury A, thanks to goals from Lee Fairman (2), Anton Bowe (2) and Craig Warren.
A 7-3 home romp against Rangeworthy lifted Pucklechurch two points clear in Division One. Their goals came from John Wiltshire (3), Rob Belcher (2), Shaun Godfrey and Ben Shaw.
Talbot Knowle United lost ground after being held to a 3-3 draw at home by Portville Warriors, for whom Van Papantoniou completed his hat-trick with a last-gasp leveller. Strikes by Alec Sylvester (2) and Rob Mizen had given the hosts a 3-2 lead in the second half.
Tom Smyth netted a consolation for Hambrook, beaten 3-1 at home by De Veys, whose marksmen were Sam Martin (2) and Dilwyn Whittle, while Daniel Young's double gave Mendip Reserves a 2-1 home success against Stanton Drew.
John Mead hit a hat-trick for Miners, yet finished on the losing side after Sahdalck Saimong and Lucas Entoundi both struck three times in a 9-3 home victory for Bradley Stoke Town, whose tally was completed by Matt Hull (penalty), Brad Clark and Ben Osborne.
Chris Pollinger netted four times for Division Two pacesetters Totterdown Reserves in an 8-2 home battering of Chipping Sodbury A, with Mike Withey (2), Jack Moon and Dave Bull also on the mark.
Winterbourne A finished winners by the same score at home to Bendix, who were sunk by goals from Ryan Kilbane (2), Aaron Betteridge (2), Dave Herbert (2), Stuart Ball and Brendan Perkins.
Soundwell Victoria lost ground in the race for honours after a 1-1 draw with DRG Stapleton Reserves, for whom George Hadji equalised Chris Poynter's strike for the visitors.
Nicholas Wanderers A failed to reply to first-half efforts from Davaughn Martin and Liam Henry for Lebeq Reserves, while Ben Ingram, Ollie Backer and John Verr shot Iron Acton Reserves to a 3-2 home victory against Hartcliffe.
Connor Lee replied for Lloydy Coalpit Heath, who remain without a point after a 3-1 reverse at home to Bitton A.
Dan McCarthy replied for Roman Glass St George A, whose 100 per cent record in Division Three was ended by a 3-1 home defeat against Cribbs Friends Life A.
Saints were joined at the top by Greyfriars Reserves, 2-1 victors away to Lawrence Rovers Reserves , with Pete Mather and Steve Jackson their scorers.
South Bristol Central are the new leaders of Division Four following a 4-1 success away to Sea Mills Park Reserves, for whom Tom Potts replied to strikes by Steve Kelly (2), Craig Chapman and Rich Duffy. Four goals from Austin Wellington set up Bishopsworth's 7-0 drubbing of Talbot Knowle Reserves, whose misery was completed by further strikes from Jason Denby (2) and Lee Gingell.
A 6-3 victory away to Fishponds Athletic, for whom Dean Ridler (2) and Alec Rhodes were the marksmen, put Old Sodbury Reserves top of Division Five.
Johnny McLaughlin's hat-trick paved the way for a 4-3 Division Six home victory over Greyfriars B for promotion hopefuls Stockwood Wanderers Reserves, with Bobby Philips also on the mark.