Toolstation League: Bament treble gives Hengrove five-point lead
Hengrove moved five points clear at the top of the First Division following a thumping victory over fellow title-hopefuls Shepton Mallet.
Ben Bament fired a second-half hat-trick and James Dunn also netted as Hengrove won 5-2, having been level at the break.
Liam Watson had given Shepton Mallet the lead, but Danny Barwood equalised right on half-time. Ben Cleverley converted a penalty late on for the hosts, who dropped a place to third in the table.
Calne overhauled Shepton Mallet on goal difference following their 3-0 victory at home to Devizes, Tyler Sibbeck scored twice and Jordan Roberts adding the third.
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Chard and Oldland swapped places after the former triumphed 3-1 with goals from Liam Cleal, Sam Clark and Sam Spurway. Mason Evans replied for Oldland.
Cribbs Friends Life scored three second-half goals to triumph 4-1 at home to Portishead, Jordan Yeo netting prior to Nick Lloyd’s brace.
Dominic Graffagnino had earlier given Cribbs the lead, but James Clarke levelled matters shortly before half-time.
Keynsham conceded a late equaliser in their 2-2 draw at Wellington, Scott Holland pulling the hosts level after Chris Lewis had struck for the visitors. Luke Redrup had given Wellington an early lead, but Danny May levelled.
Roman Glass St George triumphed 1-0 at Elmore, last weekend’s 96-second hat-trick hero Karim Rendall on target once again.
Bradford beat Welton 6-0 with Matt Minnis and Sam Jordan each scoring twice, while Liam Milburn and Matt Heath were also on target.
Brislington consolidated their position at the top of the Premier Division with a 4-0 victory at lowly Wells.
Frank Gingell and James Peart struck in the first half, while a Mike Wright own goal and a fourth from Liam Barrett completed the rout.
Cadbury Heath remain on their heels following their 3-0 triumph at Banstaple, while Bitton came from behind to win 2-1 at Willand.
Danny Bailey gave the home side the lead in the opening seconds of the game, but Daine O’Connor equalised on the hour and Joe Dakwa hit a deflected winner late on.
Longwell Green came from two goals down to beat Ilfracombe 4-2, Ross Middleton and Ryan Turner putting the Devon side clear by the hour mark. Ryan Gardiner and Matt Tilley pulled Longwell Green level before Ben Crewe completed the turnaround and Sam Trotter-Thomas added the fourth.
Rob Smart and Darren Hawkins scored second-half goals as Bishop Sutton won 2-0 at home to Bristol Manor Farm. Larkhall, meanwhile, beat Buckland 2-0 courtesy of a Simon Gilbert penalty and a second from Jamie Lyons.