Winterbourne cash in on Wick's ill-discipline to claim the points
WINTERBOURNE Reserves came from behind to grab a 4-2 away win against Wick, who twice took the lead in the first half.
Haydn Conlan and Paul Dempsey put the hosts 2-1 up at the break, before Winterbourne responded to a pep talk from new manager Simon Monks and levelled the scores.
Wick had two players sent off midway through the second half as goals from Ashley White (2), Darrel Smith and Lee Morse sealed victory for the visitors.
Adam Bates put Longwell Green Reserves ahead away to Lebeq, who bounced back to win 4-3 with the help of a hat-trick from Dominic Holver.
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Jason Grange was also on target for Lebeq, before Bates completed his hat-trick in the second half for the visitors, whose late pressure failed to produce an equaliser.
Totterdown were one down at the interval to a strike by Mike Farley for Nicholas Wanderers, who slumped to a 4-1 defeat after a remarkable second-half recovery by the visitors to Dundridge Farm.
Jake Hooper, Ben Garland, Aaron Thorne and Matt Dark were on the mark for Totterdown.
Roman Glass St George Reserves took an early lead through Sam Thomas away to Mendip United, for whom Dale Attiwell levelled the scores at the break, before last season's champions went on to record a hard-fought 3-1 win.
Shaun Caines and captain John Mead netted in the second half to end Saints' hopes of an upset after a bright start.
"It was a real battle and they played well," admitted Mendip's boss Richard O'Connor.
An improved second-half display from Shaftesbury Crusade clinched a 2-1 home success against AEK Boco, who took a deserved interval lead thanks to Jack Withey.
Ross Davidson equalised and then punished another defensive mistake to complete his double in the 75th minute.
"They took advantage of two howlers at the back," said AEK manager Gary Lancaster.
Bitton Reserves continued their cracking form with a 4-2 away victory against promoted Old Sodbury to stay top of the table.
Joe Dakwa, Ben Harris, Ryan Ashwood and his brother Chris were the scorers for Bitton, while Jimmy Deane and Paul Lucas replied for the home team.
In Division One, Joe Steadman fired Made For Ever into a surprise lead away to Highridge, who levelled the scores on the break before a second-half scoring spree brought a 6-1 win.
On target for the GFA Senior Amateur Cup holders were Mike Jenking (2), Mike Trought, Lewis Dunn, Richard Griffiths and 17-year-old Tom Perry, on his debut.
"They were fitter than us and we collapsed in the second half," said Made For Ever's new manager Tim Cotter.
Brislington Cricketers lost for the first time since being promoted as District League champions when Keith Williams popped up with the only goal of an even game in stoppage time for Patchway Reserves at Somerdale.
"We missed a few chances and also bit the bar twice, then they struck right at the end," said Cricketers' secretary Ed Davies.
Eden Grove were the other promoted club to taste defeat after going down 5-2 away to Greyfriars, who raced into an early three-goal lead.
Darrel Taynton (penalty) and his brother Aaron netted for the Grove, who were sunk by strikes from Tom Farrley (2), Simon Bateman, Ed De-Croos (penalty) and Chafo Yusef for the Friars.
Brimsham Green ran out 2-1 home winners against Bristol Manor Farm Reserves after going in front through Ryan Brown.
Ed Hime equalised for the visitors, whose hopes of taking home a point were dashed by a second-half decider from Chris Hill after what was described as "Brimsham's best performance for a very long time" by acting manager Fred Wigley.
A late reply from Dan Wigston-Richards could not save Henbury Reserves from a 2-1 setback away to Seymour United, for whom Jack Garland and Barry Hollow found the net.
Ben Farrell put Olveston in front in the first half away to Oldland Abbotonians Reserves, whose late leveller came from Jason Godwin in a 1-1 draw.