Toolstation League: Heath go top as Brislington can only draw
Cadbury Heath climbed to the top of the Premier Division with a home win over Bridport as previous league leaders Brislington were held to a draw at Longwell Green.
Nick Dyer scored the only goal of the game against the Dorset side as Heath moved to the head of affairs on goal difference with a 1-0 win.
Brislington took a one-goal lead into the interval at Longwell Green courtesy of an own goal, but that was just the prelude to a stirring second half.
The visitors had captain Jason Hughes sent off ten minutes after half-time and then had goalkeeper Chris Humphries dismissed as well, giving the hosts a penalty.
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Outfield player Tony Davis saved Ben Crew’s spot-kick, but Brislington were unable to hang on with nine men as Matt Tiley grabbed an equaliser three minutes from time.
Bitton lie two points behind the pacesetters following their 2-1 triumph at Odd Down, where Mark Salter gave the visitors a fifth-minute lead.
Twayne Plummer equalised with a penalty midway through the first period, but Salter converted a spot-kick of his own on the hour mark.
Bristol Manor Farm moved off the bottom of the table with a 1-0 victory at Larkhall, Ricky Chandler scoring the only goal 15 minutes from time.
In the First Division, Hengrove moved to within a point of the summit as they thrashed visiting Shrewton 5-0.
Ben Bament with two, Ricky Briggs, Mark Fear and Rhys Hickory were on target.
Bradford hammered Devizes 7-1, while Calne beat Chard 4-1, Keynsham triumphed 1-0 at Warminster, Cheddar won 3-1 at Wellington; and Westbury and Corsham drew 1-1.
In the preliminary round of the Les Phillips League Cup, Bishop Sutton reached double figures against beleaguered Barnstaple.
Sutton triumphed 10-3 with Rob Smart firing a hat-trick, Pete Shepherd, Jordan Metters and Will Hailston scoring twice and Billy Downes netting the other goal.
Hallen won 6-1 at Welton, Jamie Adams scoring goals either side of a James Derosa strike to give the visitors a three-goal lead.
Barry Sandquest pulled a goal back for the hosts, but they then had Greg Dando sent off, which allowed Tom Collett to help himself to a hat-trick, two of which were penalties.
Cribbs Friends Life beat Sherborne 4-2, while Portishead lost 5-0 at home to Melksham, Gary Higdon scoring a hat-trick after Lee Rogers had netted an early double.
Almondsbury UWE went down 2-1 at home to Street, Steve Murray and Ross McErlain turning things around after Jordan Rodgers had given the hosts the lead.
The other three ties saw Willand beat Shepton Mallet 4-0, Wells go down 2-1 at home to Ilfracombe and Buckland defeat visiting Gillingham 3-0.