Beaufort were the big winners at the weekend, drubbing Portishead Elite 5-1 with debutant Twaine Plummer bagging a hat trick and one each from Sam Vile and Dave Coombe.
Avon Plate also scored five times at Easton Cowboys thanks to Korhan Gayle 2, Immanuel Gayle, Taylor Gayle and Andrew Makepeace.
Lebeq’s Tavern Courage Res. maintained their grip on the First Division table by hammering eight goals without reply at The Railway.
Austin Waddington 2 and Ricky Brumpton gave Brislington 1987 a 3-1 win over Hallen Sunday.
BAWA Sports won by the odd goal in seven at West Country United with goals coming from Chris Misir 2, Marcus Prince and Dan Oakley. Craig Sanders, Tom Purcy and Sam Holland hit back for the home side.
Wizard Wanderers were 3-1 victors at AFC Redland tha nks to Dale Leonard, Lee Dorgan and Ryan Campbell. Chris Taylor replied for the hosts.
Simon Overbury’s brace earned a point for PJ Services at Warwick for whom Billy Jackson and Mark Slateford netted.
Signal Generals maintained their lead in Division Two when winning 4-2 at Castle Court. Ken Mitchell 2, Seb Marvani and Dave McCann were their marksmen; Alex Morrison and Simon Pole replied for the home team.
Second-placed Lockstock United scored four times without reply at Midland Spinner thanks to goals from Andy Masters 2, Ian Masters and Matt Coggins from the penalty spot.
Jack Cole 2, Simon Butterworth, Kris Stephens and an own goal shot Bristol 5 Seniors to a 5-0 victory over Marcliff.
One apiece from Dilip Singh and Muktar Abdi earned a 2-2 draw for Avon Plate Res. at home to South Bristol Saints.