Nailsea Ladies won for the first time in four West Women's Brunel Division One matches after a come from behind win against Bristol last Saturday.

Bristol took lead when they were awarded a penalty after 20 minutes but five later Gee Corner levelled the score with a nudge past the keeper. 

Nailsea kept up the pressure and took the lead for the first time when Cath hole's fine run found Hannah Lacey, who beat the keeper to make it 2-1 at half-time.

The second half opened with a strong run down the left by Lacey who found Maisy Hole on the far right, her cross went begging with no one in position to convert but Cath Hole picked up the ball at the top of the D to fire home a cracking shot home.

Then followed a section of end to end play with both sides forcing a series of short corners but in the dying minutes Corner beat the keeper with a ground skimming reverse stick shot, to give Nailsea a 4-1 victory and all three points.