BURNHAM United were unable to build on the previous weekend’s draw with County League Division 1 pace-setters Saltford, as they lost 2-0 at home to third-placed Keynsham Town Reserves on Saturday.

Liam Crispin and substitute Harrison Johnstone scored for the visitors, leaving United third from bottom and facing a crunch match with Long Ashton this coming weekend.

Burnham United Reserves scored three goals away to Combe St Nicholas in Division 3, only for Adam Markham’s 95th-minute strike to salvage a point for the hosts.

Thomas Clarke, Shaun Lismore and Ben Windram scored for United in the 3-3 draw that keeps them in mid-table.

It was celebration time for Burnham United A, who picked up their first win of the season in Division 3 of the Weston-super-Mare & District League.

Goals from Jaden Watts (2), Louie Jones and an own goal gave them a 4-2 win over Banwell A, that lifts them off the foot of the table.

United B, though, lost out 2-1 away to Clevedon United A in Division 4; Jeff Bow and Jonah Murray scored for the hosts, with Jeff Smith replying.

Also in Division 4, Huntspill Crowns are one point off the top after a 5-0 thumping of Wedmore Reserves.

Adam Lock and Andrew Mockridge bagged a brace apiece, with Anthony Oliva also netting.

In the Atwell Memorial Shield, Wedmore edged past Churchill Club 70 into the quarter-finals, 2-1 on penalties after a 2-2 draw.

Steven Alden and Darren Isaac scored Wedmore’s goals, Jack Davey and Ollie Taylor on target for the visitors.

On Sunday, Burnham United Under-18s won a goal-packed encounter with Wembdon, 8-3.

Cain Smith claimed a hat-trick, with a goal apiece for Max Feasey, Mason Broadhurst, Marcus Ellis, David Owen and Aminul Barik.

There was more cup action in the Uxella Bridgwater & District Sunday League at the weekend, with Huntspill Crowns the standout performers.

Crowns hosted Rhode Lane Wanderers in the quarter-finals of the Bill Brown Cup, and blew them away in a 10-1 win.

Curtis Bradshaw and Andrew Mockridge did the bulk of the damage, scoring four and three goals, respectively.

Luc Walker, Ryan Kercher and an own goal completed the rout.