Makepeace grabs four goals as Avon Plate march on at the top
By The Bristol Post | Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 12:39
ANDREW Makepeace's four-goal haul helped Avon Plate remain joint top of the Premier Division after a 6-3 victory over UWE Dynamos.
Korahn Gayle and Riccardo Maresca also scored for Avon Plate, while Ola Sanusi, Mark Drane and Aaron Godfrey were on target for UWE Dynamos.
Elsewhere, Lander Larringa and Louis Stephens scored for SWYD United in a 3-2 defeat to Forrester's, which means they remain bottom of the table.
In Division One, a hat trick from Aaron Price helped AFC Brunel retain top spot in a 6-3 victory over Warwick. Chris Tuck, Gary Dennis and Tom Palmer were also on target for the victors.
Dan Pyper helped Bristol 5 Seniors come from three down to secure a 5-5 draw against Brislington Badgers. Azaz Haque and Robin Haque also netted for Seniors, who started the game with just eight men.
Ben Fry, Luke Cox and Kyle O'Donovan each scored a brace in Hope and Anchor's 7-2 victory over Brislington 1987.
Marshall Manangariza (2) and David Maseyanyama were on target for Zimba as they drew 3-3 with Lockstock United. Shane Devlin (2) and Dan Berry found the net for Lockstock.
Longreach Athletic grabbed their first point of the season as they drew 3-3 with Division Two leaders Wizard Wanderers. Geraint Rogers (2) and Kevin Smith were on target for Athletic. Dean Henderson, Joe Keegan and James Thomas scored for the leaders.
Amana YSF remain level on points with the leaders after they drew 1-1 with Littlesea.
Keynsham Park Rangers are just two points behind the top two after a 3-2 victory over West Country United. Alex Burton, Seb Caley and Antony Cains scored for Rangers.
Ben Allotey scored four goals as Signal Generals recorded their first victory of the season in a 7-1 win over Quality Finish. James Welton scored a brace and an own goal rounded off the scoring.
Pied Horse beat Smart Sports Coaching 3-1 with Jerome Millard (2) and Jay Morris on target. A hat-trick from Oliver Bendall helped AFC Redland secure a 6-1 victory over Real St George.
In Division Three, City Dart Veterans recorded a 10-5 victory over bottom club West Country United Reserves. Richard Grunter helped himself to four goals and Justin Patton and Jon Sanford scored a brace each for the Veterans.
South Bristol Saints beat struggling Velindra 2-1, thanks to goals from Phil Harvey and Darren Horne. Jamie Coe (2) and David Godfrey were on target for Midland Spinner in a 3-1 win over Vittles Athletic. Castle Court beat Avon Plate Reserves 5-2, thanks to goals from Chris James (2), Patrick Major, Simon Pole and David Oram.