Winford on the up after Jon strikes twice
JON Readings scored for the sixth successive game he has played as he netted twice for Winford PH , who moved out of the relegation positions thanks to a 4-2 victory at Dundry against Ashton United.
Adam Lane and Ian Palmer were also on target for Winford, while Steve Tarrant and Kirk Page replied for Ashton.
Adam Gregory bagged a brace to help Bristol Telephones go back into pole position with a 3-2 victory against Severn Beach. Ryan Hicks scored the other Telephones goal.
Lawrence Weston lost their unbeaten record and leadership of Premier One with a 3-2 defeat at Little Stoke. Nick Rugman gave Little Stoke an early lead and they led 3-1 through Rugman, again, and Kevin Smith, before Lawrence Weston pulled a goal back and gave Little Stoke a nervous last ten minutes.
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Joe Gardner scored the only goal of the game for Old Georgians at home to Fishponds OBs.
Avonmouth led St Aldhelms 3-1 with ten minutes to go, but the Saints scored twice to earn a point at Headley Park. Shaun Curtis, William Hall and Kyle O'Donovan scored for Avonmouth, while two 17-year-olds scored the Saints goals, Otis Buxton (2) and Jack Thompson.
Ridings High closed the gap on Premier Two leaders Tytherington Rocks Reserves, who were without a game, to one point courtesy of a 3-0 win at Almondsbury UWE Reserves , who included former Scunthrope United player Ben Robbins.
Glenside Five OBs took their unbeaten run to four games, but dropped two points to a last-minute equaliser by Brislington A. Tom Bradley and Dino Parker were the Glenside marksmen, while Mark White and Karl Tucker scored for Brislington.
Pete Tomiak and Rob Edwards scored twice to help Rockleaze Rangers Reserves to a 4-1 home win over Bristol Athletic.
Wessex Wanderers won 5-2 against Totterdown POB, thanks to two goals from 16-year-old Phil Mataj, on his debut, and one apiece from Luke Webster, Steven Pocock and Marcus Nicholas.
In Division One, second-placed Downend Foresters had two goals from Paul Kennedy in a 2-0 home win against Avonmouth Reserves.
Ashton Backwell Colts won 3-1 at third-placed Tyndalls Park Rangers, following strikes from Scott Wainwright, Sam Ryan-Hoskins and an own goal.
Parson Street OBs bounced back from a heavy defeat to beat Ridings High Reserves 2-1.
Filton Athletic moved out of the relegation positions thanks to a 1-0 home victory over CAB Olympic SC , while Golden Hill Sports drew 2-2 with Lebeq United.
In Division Two, leaders Stoke Gifford United Reserves maintained their 100 per cent record with a 6-2 victory at Wanderers.
Matt Parker (2), Mark Woods, Grant Mathieson, Curtis Reid and Joe Weare were on target for Stoke Rangers in a 6-0 home win against Corinthian Sports.
Old Cothamians defeated Little Stoke Reserves 7-0, thanks to goals from Matt Walsh (2), Ben Hooper (2), Aaron Duffet, Joe Haines and Ivan Granados. Craig Tottle scored a hat-trick for Oldbury FC in a 5-1 win at Fishponds OBs A. Chris Ashton and Liam Christopher completed their scoring, while Ben Dynamou netted for the Old Boys.
Gary Jones scored a brace to help Emersons Green beat St Anne's Town 5-2 and open a four-point lead at the top of Division Three. May Spearey, Charlie Williams and Justin Lear added the other Green goals.
Second-placed Hanham Athletic Suburbia lost for the second week running, going down 3-1 at home to Keynsham Town A.
Gary Silverthorne and Paul Payne were on target for Fry's OBs in a 2-1 win against Glenside Five OB Reserves.
Ashton United Reserves, who have climbed to fourth on the back of an unbeaten five-game run, defeated Filton Athletic Reserves 3-1, thanks to goals from Justin Reece, Paul Francis and Lee Pearce. Hydez fought back from 3-0 down to earn a point at Norton Lane against Old Cothamians Reserves. Dan Causon, Scott Hynam and James Burton scored for Hydez, while Steve Fielding, Lee Hacker and Tim Bruton netted for Old Cothamians Reserves.
In Division Four, leaders Downend Foresters Reserves won 4-1 at Fry's against Winford PH Reserves, whose goal came from Craig Grift. Second-placed Rockleaze Rangers A beat Severn Beach Reserves 4-1.
Aaron Price scored a hat-trick for Broad Walk in a 4-2 win at AFC Keynsham, Joe Cockram also scored for the victors.
Paul Williams bagged a hat-trick for Long Ashton Reserves in a 5-2 win at Fishponds OBs A. Leighton Badlam and Anthony Stephens added the other goals, while Adam Elliot and Mel Bowen replied.
Division Five leaders Severnside were given a walk over as Ridings High A could not field a side and second-placed Rockleaze Rangers B edged out Stoke Gifford United A by one goal, scored by Pete Marsden.
Jamie Powell scored twice for Brandon Sports against Parson Street OBs Reserves before feeling unwell and an ambulance had to be called to take him to hospital with chest pains. He was kept in hospital overnight and all connected to the league send him best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. Brandon were winning 4-0 when the game was abandoned. The management committee will decide whether the result stands.
In Division Six, Sartan United beat AFC Mangotsfield A 18-0. Westley Hawkins and Ross Bowerman each scored six goals.