Allen's spot kick moves Gala top
GALA Wilton are the new leaders of the Gloucestershire County League after a 1-0 win at Bishop's Cleeve Reserves.
Gala have overtaken their closest rivals Longlevens to move to the top of the table on goal difference.
The all-important goal came from Lee Allen's last minute penalty after Brett James had rounded several defenders to break into the box before being tripped.
The first half belonged to the visitors and they missed a hatful of chances. Cleeve had a 15-minute spell in the second half and could well have taken the lead, but they failed to find the back of the net.
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A goal on 30 minutes for Patchway Town was enough to seal Longlevens' first defeat of the season.
John Pugsley's goal-bound effort was sliced into his own net by Dave Rich.
Longlevens' best effort came in the 60th minute from Ryan Dunn whose mazy run took him passed several defenders before unleashing a shot that struck the corner of the goal post and bar and fell straight into the arms of home goalkeeper James Kaminski.
Longlevens piled on the pressure for the last ten minutes but the home side hung on for the win.
Frampton United enjoyed a 5-1 victory over Berkeley Town.
They went ahead on 25 minutes as Chris Fower latched onto a long ball to score. Dan Huxstep increase the visitors' lead two minutes later heading home from a corner.
Sam Strickland pulled a goal back for the home side in the 77th minute, but when home keeper Miles Palmer brought down James Power in the box on 83 minutes the visitors took a 3-1 lead Fower netted his second from the spot.
Fower completed his hat-trick on 87 minutes and two minutes later Power netted the fifth.
Ellwood ran out comfortable winners in their home game with Chipping Sodbury Town, but at 3-2 midway through the second half it could have been a different story.
Daryl Addis gave the home side the lead after five minutes and Mike Nelson made it 2-0 on the half hour with a headed goal.
Sodbury went 3-0 down on 50 minutes after Tom Creed's shot was only parried by the visitors' goalkeeper and Derek Roberts followed up to score.
Ten minutes later Sodbury pulled a goal back from a Kyle Ford strike and then Jason Bradford made it 3-2 on 70 minutes.
Then two goals in the space of a minute a John Bowdler header on 85 minutes and a second on 86 minutes from Lee Scotford spelt the end for the visitors.
King's Stanley's visit to Yate Town Reserves was worthwhile as they emerged with a 3-0 win and three points to help their move up the table. Ben Newman gave them the lead on 38 minutes but then had to wait a further 30 minutes before Nathan Buckland made it 2-0.
Steve Robertson's goal three minutes from the end rounded it off.