Manor Farm maintain their excellent form
Bristol Manor Farm continued their recent resurgence in the Premier Division with victory over visiting Willand.
Manor Farm, bottom of the table just a few weeks ago, are up to 14th place following their 3-0 triumph over the Devon side.
Leigh Edwards-Samuels struck an early opener before Ashley Knight and Scott Feltham, from the penalty spot, added second-half goals.
Larkhall missed the chance to make up ground at the top as they were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Bridport despite twice taking the lead.
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Gary Thorne’s own goal put the Dorset side into a half-time lead, but Simon Gilbert struck twice, including one from the penalty spot, to turn things around.
However, Ryan Dovell equalised for Bridport and then did so for a second time after Anthony Conradi had put the Bath side back in front.
Wells pulled off an incredible comeback at Gillingham, winning 5-4 after trailing 4-1 with ten minutes remaining.
A Jack Vallis double and another from Lee Gale put the hosts three goals ahead before Tom Manning pulled a one back just before the half-time interval.
Ashley Clarke looked to have put the game to bed with Gillingham’s fourth goal 20 minutes from time, but Dan Hunt and Manning made it 4-3 inside the last ten minutes.
Ryan Crowther grabbed an equaliser going into injury-time and there was still an opportunity for Jake Brown to snatch a winner at the death.
The game between Ilfracombe and Winterbourne was postponed.
In the First Division, Shepton Mallet maintained their one-point lead at the top courtesy of their 3-1 victory at Keynsham.
Pat Davison gave the home side an early lead, but Kye Palmer soon levelled before Liam Watson and Tom Seery secured the points for the league leaders.
Hengrove remain hot on their heels following their 1-0 victory over fellow promotion-hopefuls Chard, Rhys Hickery on target early in the game.
Cribbs Friends Life moved up to sixth place with a 1-0 win at Cheddar, Dominic Graffagnino striking on the stroke of half-time.
Almondsbury UWE are still struggling near the bottom after going down 3-1 at Welton, for whom Jamie Mines, Luke Palmer and Barry Sandquest got the goals.
Bottom side Wellington, meanwhile, lost a two-goal lead in the final ten minutes as Roman Glass St George triumphed 4-3.
Karim Rendall fired a late hat-trick to win the game after Luke Cole, Leon Taswell and Andy Butler had given Wellington a 3-1 advantage, Luke James also scoring for the hosts.
Portishead’s home match with Elmore was postponed.