BISHOPSTON United A Under-13s emerged with three vital points from a hard-fought top-of-the-table clash with Thornbury Town A.
After the visitors had snatched the lead via a raking right-foot shot over the helpless Dexter Kendall, Bishopston stormed back to win 3-1 with excellent goals from Danny Jafar (2) and Gabe Kerfoot.
Eddie Marshall, Paul Trescculli and Oliver Williams all played their part well with industrious build-up play.
The result means that Bishopston will go to Shirehampton this weekend needing just a point to confirm them as champions.
Golden Hill Sonics pipped Gordano Valley Giants 2-1, while in the B Division, Southmead Under-13s got off to a flying start and didn't look back as they racked up a 9-1 victory over Thornbury B.
Ben Trueman and Gudjon Thors both scored twice, while further goals from Jonathan Paisley, Perran Blundel, Josh Bowering, Scott Ford and Ryan Cainey wrapped up a convincing win.
Strong performances from Bowering, Pieter Beechgood, Dylan Hudd and man-of-the-match Ford gave Southmead a solid platform.
Josh Butt hit a four-timer as St Andrews Under-13s maintained their 100 per cent cup record with a resounding 6-0 win over Tytherington Rocks Youth.
Butt opened the scoring after nine minutes with a glancing header from a William Stanley free-kick, before making it 2-0 with a deft lob after good work by Omari Sharpe.
Ned O'Keeffe added another before the break and, with Matthew Hazell marking tightly and Matthew Richmond busy in midfield, Butt added two more in the second half and O'Keeffe tapped home Saints' sixth.
At Under-11s level, Golden Hill Sonics turned in a dominant display to beat Rockleaze Rangers 4-0 on the road with two Jack Edwards strikes and singles from Dominic Robbins and Finn McIver.
Buccaneers Reds were emphatic 7-0 victors at Brislington, while Buccaneers Whites won 4-1 at Westbury Park Foxes Greens.