Bristol & District League round-up

IN A Division One mid-table match up, Chipping Sodbury humiliated Soundwell Victoria in a 6-1 thrashing.

Dan Sleeving (2), Lewis Speeding (2) and John Morgan (2) notched up all six between them with Soundwell’s relatively meaningless effort coming courtesy of George Hadji.

In Division Two, Dan Cook put away three goals in Frampton’s 4-3 win against DRG Frenchay.

Andrew Cleverly took their tally to four for the afternoon with DRG’s replies coming from Alex Lambert, Tom Putter and an own goal.

AEK Boco cruised past Lloydy Coalpit Heath 4-2 with Jack Webb finding the net twice, with Craig Sperring and Scott Feat completing matters.

Daniel Webb notched a brace for Frys Club A as they won for the first time in four games, beating Chipping Sodbury A 3-1, to take them to seventh.

Patchway North End overcame a resolute Hambrook Reserves side, who just kept coming back as they look to keep up in the Division Three title running with Stapleton.

Despite three goals coming from Hambrook, two strikes from Paul Evans were added to by Crhis Ruben, Martin Alford and Declan Coltan as Patchway ran out 5-3 winners.

Alex Jett scored twice and Alex Thomas once in Bristol Barcelona Reserves’ 3-2 home win against South Bristol Central.

In Division Four, Shaftesbury Crusade Reserves missed out on the chance to go top as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Wick A, Gary Denner with their goal.

Brislington Crickets Reserves struck a surprise this weekend as they toppled Crosscourt United Reserves for only their second win of the campaign.

Goals from Dan Bamford and Jack Elston see them move off the bottom into 11th.

In the crunch six-pointer at the bottom of Division Five, Rangworthy Reserves prevailed with a 4-2 win as goals from Jorden Edwards and Jack Queen couldn’t even force a point for the travelling Highridge United A, who stay bottom.

Division Six had its own six-pointers as all of the bottom four played one of their fellow strugglers.

Brimsham Green Reserves goals from Mike Mattravers and Chris Hill couldn’t overhaul a Seymour United A side, who can now start looking up the table rather than down after a 4-2 win.

Early Senior Division pacesetters Bristol Barcelona slipped up against the team just below them, AEK Boco Reserves.

A Jamie Smith brace added to a Warren Smith to lift AEK level on points with the outfit, whose Catalonian namesake lost by the same 3-1 score line later that evening.

There were no such problems for second-placed Pucklechurch Sports with Danney Simpson’s effort for Henbury Reserves in vain as they lost 3-1 at home.