In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town welcome Magdala Amateurs to the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Whilst unbeaten in the league Town lost for the first time this season in the NSL Senior Cup last week.
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Bensley, D Kane, J Kane, Lee, Nadif, Nicholson, Stewart, Street, Williams, Hayes, Taylor, Webster, Cross, Palmer
Magdala (from): Beavan, Bentley, Collison, Frame, Hart, Hayes, Lespeare, Lucas, Mannion, Marlow, Morgan, Coffey, Harrington, Lord
Still looking for their first win, Attenborough are hoping that playing at The Strand for the first time this term can kick-start their season. They stick to the same squad as last week for the visit of AFC Dunkirk plus the returning Jordan Smith and hopefully a fit Will Oldham.
Boro (from): Kinnerley, Clarke, Fryer, Hilton, Hobson, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Mrvik, Watts, Oldham, Price, R Walker, B Walker, Warner, Winfield, Garton
Dunkirk (from): Berridge, Bird, Bonnington, Clark, Harbottle, Hopkinson, Howes, Lang, Mason, Robinson, Seymour, Frost, Parton, Read, Harrison
The Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup gets underway this weekend and there is an all-NSL tie to look forward to as Real United welcome Wollaton to the Inspire Stadium. Anthony Gregory begins a three match ban for Real but Alex Ford and Alex Cook will be aiming to make their debuts.
Real (from): Elliott, Burton, Bowles, Jenkins, Beadman, Garcia, Horton, Morgan, Robinson, Law, Blair, Cook, Ford, Lopez, Binch, Whitman
Wollaton (from): Heltorp, Barber, Chadwick, D Craven, S Craven, Fisher, Kelly, Knight, Krause, Liburd, Nutt, James, Timmons, Branston
In the NSL Division One, Ashland Rovers host Birchover Park at Kingsway Park with injury worries over Alex England, Richard Guest and Paul Revuelta.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coleman, Coupe, Goss, Hall, Jackson, Jones, Martin, Mellors, Philpott, A Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, L Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Birchover (from): Abbott, Beardsley, Belfield, Buckland, Harris, Knott, McLaren, Owen, Sanders, Slate, Tebbutt, Balfe, Deabill, Catton
It’s the Aslockton derby in Division Two as Greyhounders entertain second-placed Aslockton Cranmers at Dark Lane. It was honours even in the reverse fixture earlier in the season.
Greyhounders (from): Adams, Cole, Eatough, Hardy, Harewood, Johnson, Leighton, Maule, Smith, Stinson, Stripling, Repper, Wojcik, Maule, Wakefield
Aslockton (from): Abbott, Fryer, Williams, J Hallam, P Hallam, Hackett, Devivo, Breedin, Campbell, Shenton, Daws, James, Keeling, Spitzmuller, Warner
Fresh from their giant killing exploits against Bingham Town in the NSL Senior Cup, Ravenshead welcome Bingham’s reserves to Cornwater. Injuries, work and family commitments have taken their toll on the Ravenshead squad but they welcome new signing Tom Grady and Dave Harkin is also available.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Harkin, P Smith, Goodson, B Martin, Williams, Ad Martin, Yates, Hubbard, Grady, Foster, Lambert, Simons, Bovey, D Phillips
Bingham (from): Hallam, Haycox, Herbert, Jones, Lowe, McRobie, Robb, Scarborough, Sentance, Sweeting, Taylor, Balchin, Dawn
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Senior Cup second round got underway in earnest. The surprise of the round came at Butt Field as Second Division Ravenshead defeated Premier Division Bingham Town 3-2. Luke Williams, Tyler Lambert and Adam Martin scored for the victors, Toby Stevenson and Jay Archer for Town.
Aslockton Cranmers also faced opposition from two divisions higher but weren’t quite able to emulate Ravenshead’s heroics as they went down 1-0 to a Jason Jude first half strike for Aston United.
Calverton Miners Welfare of Division One knocked out higher ranked opposition, in the form of Underwood Villa, 3-2 with goals from Sam Buckle (2) and George Scrivener.
Awsworth Villa were the round’s biggest winners as they overran Mansfield Hosiery Mills 13-0. Ryan Whitehurst netted five, Simon Newell came off the bench to notch a hat-trick, Luke Hodgman and Josh Niblett got two apiece and Matt Goodwin one.
FC Cavaliers picked up their first win of the season as they overcame AFC Bridgford 2-1 with goals from Ben Agbakosi and Immain Samuels. Kane Wilson replied for Bridgford.
There were four all-Premier Division ties. Cotgrave and Real United met having drawn in the league two days prior. Again the two sides couldn’t be separated as Lee Potts netted for Cotgrave and Tony Law for Real to make the score 1-1 after extra-time. Cotgrave were eventual winners, 5-4 on penalties.
Jake Fisher grabbed a hat-trick for Wollaton in their come-from-behind 5-1 win against Attenborough. Sean Craven and Daniel Chadwick were also on target for the hosts after Jack Warner had put Boro ahead.
It took extra-time to separate Magdala Amateurs and Nottingham Trent University. With the score at 3-3 after 90 minutes NTU scored four times in the extra period to take the tie 7-3.
Unity inflicted the first defeat of the season on Bilborough Town, 1-0.
In other ties Newark Flowserve won 4-2 at Ashland Rovers, Sandiacre Town saw off Kirton Brickworks 6-4 and Birchover Park defeated AFC Clifton 2-1. Team DNF overcame Greyhounders 3-2 after extra-time.
Clifton All Whites were in FA Vase action, facing Holwell Sports of the East Midlands Counties League. Steve O’Connell scored a second half equaliser for Clifton to take the tie to extra-time but it was the team from the higher league who found the net during the additional half hour to take the tie 2-1.
In the Premier Division, reigning champions Ruddington Village’s unconvincing start to the campaign continued as they lost 4-0 at home to Basford United Community. Jack Duffy (2), Joe Harrison and Harry Wakefield netted for the visitors.
In Division One, leaders Wollaton Reserves drew 1-1 at Keyworth United Reserves. Awsworth Villa Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves similarly shared the points. Calum Law struck four times for Southwell City Reserves in their 10-3 win over Netherfield Albion.
In Division Two, Oliver Poole scored a hat-trick for West Bridgford AFC in their 5-0 victory over Bingham Town Reserves. Selston Reserves won 3-1 at Beeston Reserves and Radcliffe Olympic Reserves edged out Bilsthorpe Reserves 1-0.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town drew their second successive game as they played out a stalemate at Ruddington Village.
This allowed Awsworth Villa to close the gap at the top to four points, with two games in hand, after they won 7-3 at Magdala Amateurs. John and Ryan Whitehurst gave Villa an early lead before Neil Morgan pulled one back for the hosts. Ryan Whitehurst then grabbed his second and Matt Goodwin got in on the act before Morgan again narrowed the deficit. Ryan Whitehurst completed his hat-trick with a penalty just before half-time to make it 5-2. After the break John Whitehurst doubled his tally and Lee Stevenson got his first goal of the season for Awsworth either side of an Ethan Lespeare strike for Magdala.
Jake Fisher scored a hat-trick for Wollaton as they recorded their third win on the trot – 5-0 at home to Bingham Town. Ash Kelly and Liam Towle were also on target.
Aston United moved up to fourth with a 5-3 win against Cotgrave. Mark Green (2), Kieran Whalin, Shay Wiggins and substitute Liam Slater notched for United.
There was late drama at Basford United Community as McKenna Parton scored a 95th minute equaliser for Dunkirk AFC to ensure the points were shared. Earlier Ady Lang had put Dunkirk ahead before two quick-fire Jamie Walker goals for Basford swung the match in their favour. Lang then got the visitors back on terms from the penalty spot before Walker completed his hat-trick for Community ahead of Parton’s late strike making it 3-3.
Real United were comprehensive 8-0 winners at Sandiacre Town. The goals were shared between Rhys Beadman (2), Tony Law (2), Tristram Whitman (2), Tiago Garcia and Daniel Morgan.
Clifton All Whites backed up their big win in the FA Vase in midweek with a 5-0 defeat of Attenborough. Corbi Brown (2), Alex Haughton and Antony Newton were on target for Clifton alongside an own goal.
Underwood Villa were one down to FC Cavaliers but two goals in the last two minutes from Ashley Foster and Joshua Hunt gave Villa their first win of the season.
Nottingham Trent University edged past Unity by the odd goal in five.
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare climbed to the top of the table on goal difference with a 10-1 victory over Keyworth United Reserves. Sam Buckle scored four, Dane Bennett three and Ryan Easom, Jamie Humphries and George Scrivener one.
Former leaders Wollaton Reserves drew 2-2 at Southwell City Reserves.
Greenwood Meadows AFC were 2-1 winners at Gedling Southbank on Friday night with Mitchells Thompson and Woodward on the scoresheet.
AFC Bridgford and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves shared a stalemate, meanwhile Ashland Rovers came back from a 2-1 half-time deficit to win 10-3 at Clifton All Whites Reserves. Paul Revuelta struck four for Rovers with the remainder shared between Ben Goss, Ryan Martin, Adam Mellors, Mark Summers, David Coleman and Ben Sherratt.
Bilborough United recorded their fourth draw from six games this season as it ended 3-3 at Awsworth Villa Reserves. Joseph Blackbourne, Kurt Savage and Buster Saunders netted for Villa, Thomas O’Regan (2) and Patrick Hume for United.
Kirton Brickworks got back to winning ways as first half goals from Jamie Birch, Mitchell Hall, Wes O’Rourke and Scott Ricketts gave them a 4-1 win away at AFC Clifton.
In Division Two, a Ronnie Wood hat-trick helped leaders Selston Reserves overcome West Bridgford AFC 5-2. Aslockton Cranmers held onto second place on goal difference with a 8-1 win over Underwood Villa Reserves, Dominic Williams was on target four times.
Bilsthorpe Reserves were 4-0 victors away at Bingham Town Reserves.
There were three games on Friday night with Team DNF the biggest winners – 8-1 at Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Basford United Community won 4-2 against Unity Reserves and Ravenshead edged out Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 2-1.
As a mark of respect following the recent untimely passing of Shaw Lane defender Daniel Wilkinson, who collapsed during a cup game at Brighouse Town's St Giles Road stadium, there will be a minute's silence observed before all Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League games this weekend.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division the leaders, Bilborough Town will attempt to maintain their unbeaten record as they travel to Elms Park to face last season’s champions Ruddington Village.
Rudd (from): Benwell, Carver, Cassidy, Johnson, Langsdale, Leslie, McGlaughin, McMullen, Rhodes, Sissons, Winch, Cooke, Hassell, Rimington, Jack, Starbuck
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Bensley, Cross, Hayes, D Kane, Nadif, Nicholson, Rhodes, Street, Taylor, J Kane, Law, Stewart, Jackson, Palmer
Awsworth Villa also have an unbeaten record, which they will attempt to preserve on their visit to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs.
Magdala (from): Beavan, Bentley, Collison, Eastham, Gould, Hayes, Lespeare, Lucas, Mannion, Morgan, Murdock, Bennett, Coffey
Villa (from): Walsh, Goodwin, Grinham, Hodgman, Hutchinson, Niblett, Phythian, Smith, Stevenson, Watson, M Whitehurst, Pakrouz, Wheatley, J Whitehurst
Third placed Wollaton entertain Bingham Town at the WSA. Wollaton have won their last two whereas Bingham are still searching for their first victory.
Wollaton (from): Heltorp, Krause, Liburd, Barber, Nutt, Rothwell, Towle, S Craven, D Craven, Fisher, Kelly, James, Chadwick, Branson
Bingham (from): Abel, Archer, Bramwell, Carpenter, Green, Hatton, Hutchison, Leggett, Nicholson, Simpson, Snelgrove, Jones, Stevenson
Brent Horton and Declan Banton should be returning for Real United for their trip to St Giles Park to play Sandiacre Town.
Sandiacre (from): Bagguley, Firth, Fogg, Harries, Hill, Knowles, Monk, Raisin, Room, Spencer, Turner, Comery, Green, Sibanda
Real (from): Pevier, Elliott, Banton, Burton, Bowles, Gregory, Hart, Beadman, Garcia, Horton, Morgn, Robinson, Law, Sheavills, Blair, Bertram
Attenborough make one change as Jack Warner is available for their trip to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to take on Clifton All Whites. Clifton come into the game on the back of a comprehensive FA Vase victory in midweek.
Clifton (from): Anderson, Hardy, Haughton, Hawkes, Kelly, Meakin, O’Rafferty, Reid, Way, White, Williams, Brown, Mitchell, Whitman
Boro (from): Cannon, Clarke, Fryer, Hilton, Hobson, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Price, Smith, R Walker, B Walker, Warner, Winfield
In Division One, leaders Wollaton Reserves head to the War Memorial Ground to play Southwell City Reserves.
Southwell (from): Ballard, Barrowcliffe, Brown, Carpenter, Glover, Law, Merryweather, Oxborrow, Turpin, Tyler, Walters, Watson
Wollaton (from): Stanhope, A Reeves, O Reeves, Clifford, Draycott, Fawcett, Labatte, Chambers, Fragola, Sharpe, Killeavy, Gill, Turner, Markowski
In Division Two, Ravenshead came out on top in a bruising NSL Senior Cup tie against higher division Greenwood Meadows AFC in midweek. They hope to have everyone fit for their trip to Wharf Lane on Friday night to play Radcliffe Olympic Reserves.
Radcliffe (from): Barnett, Bradshaw, Denty, Dominic, C James, H James, Johnson, Marina, Tacorey, Thompson, Waddley, Parkes, R James
Ravenshead (from): Marks, As Martin, B Martin, Ad Martin, Smith, Yates, Hubbard, Goodson, Williams, Foster, Phillips, Holloway, Lambert, Taylor, Creer-Thornton, Liriano, Bovey
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division the two remaining 100% records were ended as Bilborough Town and Awsworth Villa both came from behind in their respective games to earn draws.
Leaders Bilborough Town took the lead through Ricky Cross away at Real United but the hosts responded either side of half time through Rhys Beadman and Tony Law. With time running out Town were thrown a lifeline when Anthony Gregory was sent off for Real and they duly capitalised as substitute Liam Stewart made it 2-2 in the 94th minute.
Second placed Awsworth Villa went behind away at AFC Dunkirk as Adrian Lang struck 15 minutes into the second half. With time running out Matt Goodwin reacted first to a Ryan Howes save to make it 1-1.
Basford United Community left it late to beat Newark Flowserve on Friday night. Player/manager Stephen Kirkham gave Newark an early lead but Betilson Paixao and Joe Harrison turned things round in the final five minutes to give Community the 2-1 win.
Lee Potts scored two for Cotgrave, Gavin Spencer two for Sandiacre Town as they shared the spoils.
Magdala Amateurs let a two goal lead slip the previous week but this time they were the ones coming from two down as they defeated Bingham Town 4-2. Jay Archer scored both of Town’s goals in the opening fifteen minutes but Gareth Bentley (2) and Ethan Lespeare (2) secured the points for The Budgies.
Nottingham Trent University were 4-2 winners over Aston United with goals from Enricque McCorkle (2), Jerry Nash and Connor Bartle.
Unity won 3-0 at FC Cavaliers and Attenborough picked up their first point of the season in a 0-0 draw with Underwood Villa.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves retained top spot with a 3-1 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves. The Wollaton goals were shared between John Fawcett, Andrew Gill and Ricki Turner. Luke Henson got Villa’s reply.
Calverton Miners Welfare made it four wins in a row with a 5-2 victory over Greenwood Meadows AFC and, in so doing, leapfrogged their opponents into second place. Calvo’s scorers were Sam Buckle (2), Jason Hodson (2) and substitute George Scrivener.
James Hall grabbed a hat-trick in AFC Bridgford’s 4-1 win over Clifton All Whites Reserves. Tom Smith added the fourth; Robbie Wallis netted for Clifton.
Ashland Rovers were the division’s biggest winners as they saw off Keyworth United Reserves 6-0. Paul Revuelta scored a hat-trick alongside efforts from Jack Coupe, Ben Goss and James Thorpe.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves began their defence of the NSL Junior Cup with a 3-1 victory over Southwell City Reserves. Matt Clowes (2) and Reece Papworth were the Kimberley scorers; Calum Law replied for Southwell.
In Division Two, Mansfield Hosiery Mills and West Bridgford AFC got proceedings underway on Friday night with a 2-2 draw. Scott Buckberry netted a hat-trick in Bingham Town Reserves’ 4-0 win at Radcliffe Olympic Reserves.
Aslockton Cranmers drew 1-1 with Bilsthorpe Reserves and Ravenshead were 5-2 winners at Greyhounders.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town have won eight from eight so far. They will attempt to maintain their 100% record as they take on Real United at the Inspire Stadium. Real hope to have Zeke Jenkins, Tiago Garcia, Craig Binch and Adam Pevier back having all missed the 3-2 defeat at Awsworth last Saturday. Tony Law is pushing for a recall having scored his 11th goal of the season from the bench.
Real (from): Pevier, Elliott, Banton, Burton, Bowles, Gregory, Hart, Jenkins, Beadman, Garcia, Horton, Binch, Morgan, Robinson, Law, Sheavills, Blair
Bilborough (from): Ivanov, Battison, Lee, Hayes, D Kane, Nadif, Stewart, Palmer, Bensley, Williams, Cross, Street, Rhodes, Taylor, Nicholson, Webster, Law, J Kane, Jackson
Awsworth Villa will also be attempting to keep their 100% record, albeit having played two fewer games than Bilborough, as they head to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to face AFC Dunkirk.
Dunkirk (from): Bird, Clark, Harbottle, Harrison, Howes, Lang, Mason, Moore, Read, Seymour, Smith, Frost, Howes, Tomusange, Moore, Wilcox
Villa (from): M Walsh, Stevenson, Michalski, Staley, Morgan, Tonra, Goodwin, Hutchinson, Hodgman, R Whitehurst, Phythian, M Whitehurst, Grinham, D Walsh
Wollaton, in third, head into their game against Beeston at the WSA on the back of two successive victories. Beeston, who are searching for a new manager, are looking for their first points of the season.
Wollaton (from): Heltrop, Krause, Liburd, Nutt, Branson, Knight, Barber, D Craven, S Craven, Rothwell, Towle
Beeston (from): Hill, Keys, Cowlishaw, Lucas, Hutchinson, Ali, Walton, Hodges, Jackson, Polkey, Agana, Brown, O’Brien, Harrison, Tasker
Magdala Amateurs will be without their former England schoolboy international, Tom Groves, as they entertain Bingham Town at Roko.
Magdala (from): Easom, Mannion, Murdock, Labbatte, Lucas, Hayes, Gubbins, Bennet, Whatnall, Beavan, Bentley, Morgan, Lespeare, Omojola
Bingham (from): Abel, Archer, Bradford, Carpenter, Cox, Green, Hatton, Morley, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Spencer, Sheppard, Sweeting
Attenborough welcome Zakk Hilton back to the squad for their trip to Bracken Park to face Underwood Villa. They also hope to have signed Matt Cannon in time for the match.
Villa (from): Arnold, Black, Dainty, Foster, Greaves, Hall, Hudson, Mann, Shipley, Tring, Wigley, Gascoyne, B Lewis, C Lewis
Boro (from): Kimberley, R Walker, B Walker, Winfield, McGeown, J Knight, N Knight, Oldham, Clarke, Smith, Warner, Merritt, Mrvik, Hilton, Cannon
In Division One, two of the top three meet as Calverton Miners Welfare welcome Greenwood Meadows AFC to Hollinwood Lane.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Smith, Davis, Wheelhouse, Harris, Humphries, Ashley, Easom, Bennett, Hodson, Scrivens, Buckle, Brett, Thraves, Williamson, Kirkham
Keyworth United Reserves host Ashland Rovers at Platt Lane. Rovers will be without Alex England and Adam Mellors (injured) and Daniel Bircumshaw and Lee Smith (unavailable).
Keyworth (from): Brooks, Calladine, Cullis, Kill, McMorran, Normington, Price, Sneath, Stanley, Talbot, Walker, Randall, Warren, Wright, Bradley
Ashland (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coleman, Coupe, Goss, Guest, Hall, Jackson, Martin, Philpott, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Mansfield Hosiery Mills kick off proceedings in Division Two on Friday night as they entertain West Bridgford AFC at The Fieldings.
Mansfield (from): Bennett, Brooks, Brown, Bowles, Craven, Derbyshire, Dixon, Eley, Hill, Hunt, Lomas, New, Sheridan, Spelman, Swain, Turner, Ward, Webster, Woodhouse
West Bridgford (from): Woodburn, Cox, Cook, Johnson, Hardy, Brittan, Taylor, Poole, S Cragg, O Cragg, Porter, Burdett, Gray, Rowe, Britten, Nsaku
Ravenshead travel to Dark Lane to face Greyhounders with a streamlined squad due to a number of absences through holidays, work and injuries.
Greyhounders (from): Cole, Hardy, Johnson, Leighton, B Maule, C Maule, Mussert, Newman, Repper, Smith, Stripling, Berry, Robinson, Wakefield, Robertson
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Smith, Goodson, B Martin, Williams, A Martin, Yates, Phillips, Houghton, Liriano, Foster, Creer-Thornton, Lambert, Taylor
Beeston FC of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League are looking for a manager for their first team. Applicants should have experience at NSL level and be able to attract players. Interested parties please contact Dick Durrant on 07875 886602. The existing management team are remaining with the club and will be available to help out.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town claimed their seventh win from seven, and kept their sixth clean sheet, as they defeated Attenborough 2-0 with goals from Tarik Nadif and Ricky Law.
Awsworth Villa also maintained their 100% record as a Matt Goodwin hat-trick helped them beat Real United 3-2. Anthony Gregory and Tony Law were on target for Real.
Newark Flowserve suffered their first defeat of the season as they went down 4-1 at home to Nottingham Trent University. Dylan Otshudy put NTU ahead but Elliott King levelled matters before the break. Two second half Jack Mordecai goals, including one from the spot, and a Joshua Barr-Rostron effort settled the match.
Aston United were 2-0 winners away at FC Cavaliers with Liams Slater and McCormack scoring either side of half-time.
Wollaton shocked last season’s champions as they ran out 8-2 winners at Ruddington Village. There were two goals apiece for Sean Craven, Jake Fisher, Ashley Kelly and Jay Knight for Wollaton. Peter Cassidy and Sam Winch got Village’s consolations.
Magdala Amateurs went two up inside the first fifteen minutes at home to Underwood Villa thanks to James Beavan and Neil Morgan however they were pegged back by Luke Wigley and an own goal and the game ended 2-2.
Beeston scored their first goal this season, courtesy of Gaz Willows, but it was in vain as they went down 7-1 at Cotgrave. Shane Brumpton (3), Lee Potts (2), Jordan Hopkinson and Joe Heggarty were the Cotgrave scorers.
Basford United Community won 2-0 at Sandiacre Town.
Wollaton Reserves crept into top spot in Division One with a 2-2 draw at Ashland Rovers. Adam and Paul Revuelta were on target for Rovers whilst Ricki Turner and an own goal ensured a share of the spoils.
Previous leaders Greenwood Meadows AFC lost 2-0 at home to Birchover Park; Ikell Catton and Gary Harris scoring for the visitors.
Calverton Miners Welfare overcame Kirton Brickworks 4-0 through Sam Buckle (2), Jason Hodson and Darren Williamson.
11 goals were scored in the match between Clifton All Whites Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves with Rudd prevailing 7-4. The division’s top scorer from last season, Sam Dunstan, netted four for Village alongside Jordan Richardson (2) and Rio Johnson. Connor Hardy (2), Corbi Brown and Tristram Whitman replied for Clifton.
Kurt Savage, Ben Watson and George Cooper gave Awsworth Villa Reserves a 3-1 win at Southwell City Reserves, with Matthew Johnson scoring for City.
Patrick Gray scored the only goal of the game as Gedling Southbank edged past AFC Bridgford and Keyworth United Reserves came away from Bilborough United with a 2-1 win.
In Division Two, Selston Reserves took sole possession of top spot with a 4-2 win at Bingham Town Reserves. It was honours even in the Aslockton derby as Aslockton Cranmers and Greyhounders drew 3-3. Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Bilsthorpe took a point each on Friday night with a 1-1 draw.
The NSL Senior Cup got underway as Premier Division Unity defeated Netherfield Albion, from Division One, 4-1.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town will attempt to make it seven wins from seven as they visit The Strand to face Attenborough.
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Hayes, D Kane, J Kane, Law, Lee, Palmer, Rhodes, Street, Taylor, Cross, Stewart, Williams, Webster
Boro (from): Clark, Fryer, Hilton, Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Smith, Soal, B Walker, Warner, Winfield, Hobson, Mrvik, R Walker
Awsworth Villa also have a 100% record but have played one game fewer than Bilborough. They entertain Real United at The Shilo.
Villa (from): Goodwin, L Hodgman, R Hodgman, Hutchinson, Michalski, Morgan, Phythian, Staley, Tonra, Walsh, Whitehurst, Grinham, Niblett, Walker
Real (from): Binch, Bowles, Elliott, Gossling, Gregory, Horton, Jenkins, Law, Morgan, Robinson, Sheavills, Holvey, Neugi
Third placed Newark Flowserve will attempt to remain unbeaten as they welcome Nottingham Trent University to Hawton Lane.
Newark (from): Alama, Allen, Ashley, Barnes, Dell, Hage, King, Kirkham, Potts, Price, Zboch, Grant, Hurst, Perkins
NTU (from): Barr-Rostron, Bartle, Busch, Coates, Cox, Daly, Griggs, Hartley, Hayes, Mordecai, Munro, Payling, Reid, Sprouse
Rory Green and new signing Connor Stone are added to the Sandiacre Town squad for the visit of Basford United Community to St Giles Park. Sam Dilks and Adam Spencer (both injured) and Travis Comery (holiday) are unavailable however.
Sandiacre (from): Knowles, Metcalf, Monk, Sayles, Harries, Spencer, Wilkinson, Turner, Bagguley, Room, Roome, Hill, Firth, Fogg, Green, Raisin, Obodovs, Stone
Basford (from): Brown, Chibbaro, Duffy, Harrison, Kitungano, Paixao, Pickbourne, Sweeting, Tabreham, Uhunmwangho, Wakefield, Crossman, Ismae, Smith, Walker
Beeston go in search of their first point of the season as they travel to Woodview to take on Cotgrave.
Cotgrave (from): Bacon, Brumpton, Clements, Gamble, Heard, Lynn, McLean, Mills, Murray, Potts, Thorpe, J Hopkinson, L Hopkinson, Jayes, Forman
Beeston (from): Hill, Cowlishaw, Keys, Walton, Hutchinson, Ali, Lucas, Polkey, Jones, Hodges, Neary, Brown, Jackson, Harrison, Knapczyk, Agana, O’Brien
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare host a Kirton Brickworks side at Hollinwood Lane who are looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season last weekend.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Smith, Davis, Limb, Harris, Humphries, Ashley, Easom, Bennett, Hodson, Scrivens, Buckle, Brett, Thraves, Williamson
Kirton (from): Abbott, Birch, Darch, Hall, Keeley, Kitchen, Norman, O’Rourke, Ricketts, Spencer, Watson, Buchanan, Chamberlain, Thompson
Ruddington Village Reserves are on the road at the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to take on Clifton All Whites Reserves.
Clifton (from): Bell, Farmer, Gardner, Mantezolo, Newton, O’Brien, Pinnock, Shaw, Soiza, Stredder, Wallis, Liki, Rigley, Harlow, Sansone
Rudd (from): Farnsworth, Fryer, Chambers, Squires, Turner, Hillyard, S Dunstan, Cochrane-Smith,
Burke-Campbell, Richardson, N Dunstan, Hawkins, McIndoe, Bates, Johnson, Price-Henson, Lee, Phillips, Pearce
The action in Division Two gets underway on Friday night as Mansfield Hosiery Mills entertain Bilsthorpe Reserves. The Fieldings has been a happy hunting ground for Mansfield so far with two wins, 13 goals scored and none conceded.
Mansfield (from): Batty, Bennett, Bowles, Brown, Craven, Darrington, Derbyshire, Dixon, Eley, Fones, Greaves, Hill, Hunt, Langton, Lomas, Medley, New, Sheridan, Spelman, Sain, Taylor, turner, Ward, Webster
Bilsthorpe (from): Auld, Bartholomew, Biggs, Dolby, Gill, Grainger, Marshall, Mason, Perkins, Waddell, Whitehurst, Gimson, Hudson, Shaw, S Marshall, R Marshall