Seasiders held in top of the table clash
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Weston were held to a draw in a top of the table clash against Bristol & West.
BRISTOL & WEST 2
SECOND-placed Weston entertained third-placed Bristol and West in a promotion battle, with the home side looking to extend their advantage to six points.
Weston started brightly, but struggled to beat the impressive Bristol keeper. After good work from Dave Beer, Kyle Sully found himself free in the D to break the deadlock.
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Bristol countered well and hit Weston on the break, with the Bristol striker firing past Godwin in the home goal. Weston reacted well and good work from Paul Ninnis and Rich Heal found Sam Neate in the D to fire Weston back in front at the break.
Despite having most of the possession, Weston could not convert this into goals.
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Bristol equalised with a deft touch giving Godwin no chance.
Dave Holland was instrumental in holding possession for the home team, but came to no avail, especially with the dismissal of Neate to the sin bin with five minutes remaining.