Bingham Town win against leaders Southwell City...
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City fell to their second defeat of the season as they went down 3-1 to Bingham Town. An own goal from Calum Law gave Bingham the lead after a quarter of an hour. The advantage was doubled five minutes later when Lewis Ray flicked home a Tom Spencer free kick. Spencer then got on the scoresheet himself before the break. Law atoned for his earlier error by pulling ne back for Southwell but the home side held out for all three points.
Cotgrave closed the gap at the top to one point as they won 2-1 at home to Awsworth Villa. The hosts took the lead on the stroke of half time after Dougie Mills was tripped in the box and Lee Potts converted the resultant penalty. An Adam Gray strike doubled the lead for Cotgrave before Villa pulled one back thanks to an own goal in the dying seconds of injury time.
A Goran Seymour hat-trick and a brace from Scott Litchfield helped Keyworth United on their way to a 6-1 in over Radcliffe Olympic. Phil Massingham was also on target for Keyworth, Dwayne Ngandi with Olympic’s consolation.
Eastwood CFC Development came away from Sandiacre Town with a 2-0 win. Kallum O’Dowd opened the scoring with 10 minutes remaining in the first half and the points were sealed in spectacular fashion in the closing stages when Thomas Coupe volleyed home from fully 40 yards.
Aslockton & Orston won 3-0 at Gedling Southbank thanks to Rares Demeter (2) and Cole Maule, while Attenborough bounced back from their midweek exit from the Notts FA Senior Cup with a 4-0 win over Calverton Miners Welfare. Paul Ireson grabbed a hat-trick with Ryan Martin hitting the fourth.
Wollaton were 6-2 winners over Bilborough Town with Ben Watson(2), Stephen Ahern, Tristan Comery, Tom Slade and Scott Carlile all on target. Ashley Dixon got both of Town’s replies.
In the NSL Senior Cup Stapleford Town proved too much for AFC Dunkirk, running out 5-1 winners. Adam Hassall (2), Junior Rodriguez, Callum Dunn and Mitchell Robinson all netted for Stapleford; McKenna Parton with Dunkirk’s consolation.
In Division One, after a run of four draws, Ravenshead finally picked up all three points as they won 4-0 at Southwell City Reserves with goals from Joshua Broad (2), Joe Maguire and Brent Horton while Mansfield Hosiery Mills drew 3-3 with Ruddington Village.
In the Notts FA Senior Trophy there were a number of all-NSL ties. Second Division AFC Top Valley couldn’t quite spring an upset against Bridgford United as Joe Gunn’s two goals weren’t quite enough in a 3-2 loss.
Beeston knocked out AFC Bridgford 3-0 and Kirton Brickworks were 5-1 winners against Cotgrave Reserves. Bestwood Miners Welfare came from behind to win 4-3 at Kimberley Miners Welfare while Stapleford Town Reserves won 2-0 at Nottingham Community. Ruddington Village Reserves dispatched Clifton All Whites Development 4-1.
There was success for Selston Reserves, 1-0 against Pythian, and Basford United Community, 6-0 at Welbeck Lions Reserves.
Awsworth Villa Reserves crashed out 8-1 to Sherwood Colliery Reserves and Sneinton Town lost 7-3 to Carlton Town Amateurs.
In Division Two, Newark Flowserve Reserves were the day’s biggest winners, 5-1 at Ravenshead Reserves while Robin Hood Colts beat Barrowby 3-1.
James Needham scored a hat-trick for Gedling Southbank Reserves as they overcame Kirton Brickworks Reserves 3-2 and Magdala Amateurs Reserves won 2-0 at Elston United.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Southwell City have scored eight in each of their last two league outings. Bingham Town won’t want to see that repeated as they welcome them to Butt Field.
On the subject of scoring eight goals, Awsworth Villa were humbled by Magdala Amateurs in their last league match, a defeat which saw them slip to fourth below Cotgrave, who they meet at Woodview.
Calverton Miners Welfare, who knocked Awsworth out of the Notts FA Senior Cup in midweek on penalties, welcome Ryan Easom and Alex Clarson back to the squad for their trip to The Strand to face Attenborough. Dane Bennett will miss out through suspension, however.
Eastwood CFC Development will attempt to end a run of three straight defeats in all competitions as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town while Keyworth United host Radcliffe Olympic at Platt Lane.
Aslockton & Orston will be looking to keep their three game winning run going as they visit bottom club Gedling Southbank at Eagle Valley and Wollaton welcome Bilborough Town to the WSA.
After an impressive win over higher-tier opposition in the Notts FA Senior Cup in midweek, Stapleford Town are in NSL Senior Cup action this time as they travel to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to play AFC Dunkirk.
In Division One, the majority of teams have Notts FA Senior Trophy ties, including second placed Bridgford United, who welcome Jourdan Blair back following a three game suspension, for their trip to Hollinwood Lane to play AFC Top Valley.
There are three league matches, with leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertaining Wollaton Reserves at Eagle Valley, Ravenshead travel to Southwell City Reserves with a question mark over Brad Martin’s availability, Ryan Faulconbridge returns while top scorer Martin McDonagh is pushing for a recall after impressing off the bench last time out, and Mansfield Hosiery Mills welcome Ruddington Village to The Fieldings.
Amongst the matches in Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves host Newark Flowserve Reserves at Cornwater and have Dan Hurst available following a ban, but he may have to settle for a place on the bench as 16 year old debutant Ben Marples excelled in his place last weekend.
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Magdala Amateurs stun second placed Awsworth Villa
In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Magdala Amateurs were the day’s biggest winners when they sprung a surprise by beating Awsworth Villa 8-1. Villa were in second place at the start of the day but were undone by two goals each for Tom Haw, Chris Hayes, Neil Morgan and Thomas Lawson; Danny Towle with Awsworth’s consolation.
Cotgrave took the opportunity to move into the top two with a 5-1 win over Bilborough Town. Ryan Plummer (2), Lee Potts and Dougie Mills put them four to the good before Billy Walker pulled one back for Town. Adam Gray immediately restored the four goal cushion, however, and that’s how the score stayed.
After being humbled by Southwell City the previous weekend, Attenborough again found themselves behind, this time to Wollaton, but they fought back to claim a 2-2 draw. Travis Comery and Joshua Stevenson had put Wollo ahead before Liam McCormack and Ross Marriott ensured Boro got a share of the spoils.
It wasn’t to be Radcliffe Olympic’s day at Calverton Miners Welfare as they hit the crossbar twice and missed a penalty as they went down 3-0. Harry Simpson (2) and Ethan Hunter were the Calvo scorers.
In front of a bumper crowd at St Giles on Friday night neighbours Sandiacre Town and Stapleford Town met, with the latter coming out on top, 3-1. A Ryan Bowen brace and one from Junior Rodriguez secured the bragging rights for Stapleford, Joshua Mundell netted for the hosts.
League leaders were in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup action, winning 2-0 at Welbeck Lions with goals from Calum Law and Jonathan Nussey.
In the NSL Senior Cup, Aslockton & Orston edged past Gedling Southbank in a nine goal thriller. Rob Lakin (2), James Hallam, Julian Joachim and Ed Hodgson were all on target for Aslockton, Kai Partington, Mallique Marston, Sean Mupambo and Kian Leavesley for Gedling.
An Abdou Cole hat-trick for FC Cavaliers saw them knock out Ruddington Village 3-0 and it took extra time for Beeston to get past AFC Bridgford 2-1. Joshua Dixon for Bridgford and Ben Knight for Beeston meant the additional 30 minutes was needed whereby Jason Stonley was on hand to take the tie for the visitors.
In Division One, Bridgford United retained top spot as a Liam Honeyman brace gave them a 2-0 win over Southwell City Reserves.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers made it seven league wins from seven as they won 5-1 at Basford United Community. Burton Joyce moved ahead of Basford into third place with a 7-1 victory over Kimberley Miners Welfare. Nathan Francis grabbed a hat-trick alongside Joseph Harrod (2), Harry Woodward and Dean Gent’s efforts. Jake Wood replied for Kimberley.
Kirton Brickworks and Selston Reserves drew 0-0 but it was a different story at Wollaton Reserves where Bestwood Miners Welfare won 9-0. Red Wilmot (3), Sheldon Layne, Danny Carter, James Duffy Jnr, Duane Haywood and Gary Harris were all on target.
On Friday night, it was honours even in the local derby between Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Ravenshead. Mark Smallwood gave the Reds a half time lead but that was cancelled out by Ben Lord for Mansfield after the break as the match finished 1-1.
In the NSL Junior Cup, two apiece for Lucus Cotterill and Adam Heard saw Cotgrave Reserves past Awsworth Villa Reserves 4-1 while a solitary Ross Murphy strike was sufficient to see Ruddington Village Reserves knock out higher ranked Radford Reserves.
In Division Two, leaders Stapleford Town Reserves won 3-0 at AFC Clifton thanks to a Rory Green hat-trick.
Barrowby closed the gap to AFC Clifton in third as an Alex Geeson brace saw them beat Nottingham Community 2-0 while Bingham Town Reserves won 2-1 against Magdala Amateurs Reserves.
Elston United doubled their points tally for the season with a 2-1 win at Robin Hood Colts and Ravenshead Reserves won by the odd goal in seven at home to Gedling Southbank Reserves.
The other two games finished 3-2, in favour of Keyworth United Development over and Clifton All Whites Development, and AFC Top Valley over Newark Flowserve Reserves.
Action in the Premier Division of the Nottinghamshire Senior League gets underway on Friday night with Sandiacre Town hosting their local rivals Stapleford Town at St Giles. Sandiacre staged a stunning late comeback a week ago to beat Radcliffe Olympic 3-2; Stapleford are looking to continue their upward momentum having only lost once all season.
There’s a local derby under lights in Division One too as Mansfield Hosiery Mills welcome Ravenshead to The Fieldings. The visitors have Joe Maguire, Mark Yates and Martin McDonagh all back after missing last weekend’s cup exploits but Liam Walton is still injured. Mansfield have a new manager, Paul McFarland, after Dom Witton opted to take to the pitch once again as player/assistant.
On Saturday in the Premier Division, Calverton Miners Welfare will attempt to arrest a run of four straight defeats, all by a single goal, as Radcliffe Olympic visit Hollinwood Lane. Scott Miles, Jason Hodson, Harry Simpson and Adam Limb are added to the Calvo squad but Matthew Hill and Matthew Newton will be missing.
Awsworth Villa will try and close the gap to leaders Southwell City as they head to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs while Cotgrave will have designs on Villa’s second place as Bilborough Town visit Woodview.
Attenborough entertain Wollaton at The Strand with the visitors hoping their recent new additions continue to have a positive impact on the side.
Having scored eight goals in each of their last two outings, Southwell City are in Notts FA Senior Cup action away at Welbeck Lions.
In the second round of the NSL Senior Cup, Aslockton & Orston meet in an all-Premier Division tie, Ruddington Village will look to cause an upset as they host FC Cavaliers at Elms Park and in a Division One battle AFC Bridgford welcome Beeston to Gresham.
In league action in Division One, leaders Bridgford United entertain Southwell City Reserves at Highfields.
Second placed Woodthorpe Park Rangers have had a break from league matches due to various cup competitions but they’re back on Saturday, looking to maintain their 100% record as they travel to Greenwich Avenue to take on Basford United Community.
In Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves entertain Gedling Southbank Reserves with Tyler Lambert facing a fitness test but Jamie Vaughan should return whilst Dan Hurst is suspended.
In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Southwell City got back to winning ways in emphatic style as they defeated Attenborough 8-0. City were two to the good inside five minutes thanks to Ewan Hill and Oliver Clarke. Clarke got his second on 36 minutes then Calum Law took it into half time at 4-0. Law’s new boots did the trick again after the restart before Hill completed his hat-trick and substitute George Caudwell rounded out the scoring with a fantastic solo effort.
Casey Fisher salvaged a point for Awsworth Villa in a 2-2 draw at home to Bingham Town. His 46th minute equaliser came after Villa had originally taken the lead midway through the first half.
Third-placed Cotgrave could only manage a 0-0 draw with Magdala Amateurs in blustery conditions on Friday night.
Also on Friday, Sandiacre Town staged a stunning comeback to win 3-2 at home to Radcliffe Olympic. They were two down entering the last 15 minutes until Adam Garton halved the arrears, Jordan Smith then levelled from the penalty spot before Harrison Toward headed home in the 90th minute to complete the turnaround.
Back to Saturday and Stapleford Town bounced back from their first defeat of the season last time out with a 4-1 win at Gedling Southbank. Will Heath’s wind-aided free kick put Stapleford ahead in the first half. An Adam Hassall brace, including one from the penalty spot following Paul Gothard’s handball, extended the advantage before Gothard made amends by volleying home for Gedling. The lively Junior Rodriguez caused problems for Southbank from the moment he came on as a second half substitute and he got his just desserts late on with a breakaway goal to round off the victory.
Bilborough Town doubled their points tally for the season by coming from behind to claim a 1-1 draw at FC Cavaliers. Mustapha John had given the hosts a half time lead but Cardell Labban ensured a share of the spoils midway through the second period.
Rares Demeter and James Hallam helped Aslockton & Orston to a 2-1 win at Calverton Miners Welfare. Alexander Clarson pulled one back for Calvo but it was too little, too late.
In the NSL Senior Cup Ravenshead produced an upset by seeing off Keyworth United on 5-4 on penalties following a 3-3 draw. Two goals from Brent Horton, either side of an Adam Martin strike, cancelled out efforts from Macauley Diuk, David Hawkes and Goran Seymour for Keyworth.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers couldn’t emulate their Division One compatriots, however, as they went down 3-0 at Wollaton.
Bridgford United took advantage of Woodthorpe being in cup action by edging into top spot with a 2-2 draw with Mansfield Hosiery Mills.
Basford United Community missed out on the opportunity to leapfrog both teams as a Thomas Tyler strike was sufficient for Southwell City Reserves to claim the three points in their meeting.
A brace for Dean Gent helped Burton Joyce on their way to a 6-0 win over Wollaton Reserves while Beeston were 4-1 winners over Radford Reserves.
Red Wilmot and Sheldon Layne were both on target twice for Bestwood Miners Welfare as they saw off AFC Bridgford 5-1 and Ruddington Village were 3-1 victors against Awsworth Villa Reserves.
There were three matches in Division Two. Cotgrave Reserves were the day’s biggest winners as they saw off Ravenshead Reserves 10-0. Ruddington Village Reserves weren’t far off that tally with an 8-1 win at Sneinton Town. Bingham Town Reserves beat Kirton Brickworks Reserves 1-0.
In the NSL Junior Cup, Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves won by the odd goal in seven at Selston Reserves while Magdala Amateurs Reserves edged out AFC Clifton 5-4.
Two other ties were settled by only a one goal margin: Keyworth United Development beating Elston United 2-1 and Nottingham Community winning 3-2 at Gedling Southbank Reserves.
Robin Hood Colts had only a slightly more comfortable win, 3-1 at Barrowby.
In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Southwell City surrendered their 100% record last week at the hands of Awsworth Villa. City will attempt to get back on track with a trip to The Strand to face Attenborough, while Villa will try to capitalise on any further slips by Southwell to leapfrog into top spot if they get a favourable result against Bingham Town at The Shilo.
Cotgrave could actually be in first place before either of those matches if they win against Magdala Amateurs at Woodview on Friday evening. Also in action under Friday night lights are Sandiacre Town, who welcome Radcliffe Olympic to St Giles.
Stapleford Town are another team whose 100% record went last week. They will look to make amends as they make the trip to Eagle Valley to play bottom club Gedling Southbank.
Calverton Miners Welfare welcome Scott Miles, Harry Simpson and Barry Payne back into the squad for the visit of Aslockton & Orston to Hollinwood Lane, as they look to arrest a run of three defeats in all competitions.
FC Cavaliers and Bilborough Town meet at The Forest.
After a heart-breaking extra-time defeat in the Nottinghamshire FA Trophy last weekend, Division Two leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers are again in knock-out action, this time the NSL Senior Cup. They travel to the WSA to face Premier Division side Wollaton.
Division One Ravenshead will also be looking to cause an upset as they head to Platt Lane to take on Keyworth United. Mark Yates will be rested for the Reds. Captain Josh Broad and midfielder Adam Martin are both likely to return to the side, however, while Joe Maguire faces a late fitness test.
Second placed Bridgford United and third placed Basford United Community will look to take advantage of Woodthorpe being in cup action as they host Mansfield Hosiery Mills at Highfields and travel to Southwell City Reserves’ War Memorial Ground respectively.
In Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves could field up to six 16 year olds in their game against Cotgrave Reserves at Woodview. They also have the returning Lee Pinner (holiday) and Jamie Simons (injury) available.
Unbeaten so far, AFC Clifton hope that continues in the NSL Junior Cup as they travel to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs Reserves. Jordan Sharpe returns for Clifton after a ban and top scorer Connor Boulton will be looking to add to his nine goals from nine games so far.
Two remaining 100% records at an end...
The two remaining 100% records in the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division are gone after leaders Southwell City lost at home to Awsworth Villa and Bingham Town edged out Stapleford Town 1-0.
On a rainy day in Southwell, Villa’s two Towles, Liam and Danny netted in the first half and, as City’s goals finally dried up, that’s how the score stayed. In Bingham, it was a Jack Goode strike midway through the second half that secured the points for the hosts. Awsworth’s win lifts them to level on points at the top with Southwell.
It took until the 88th minute for Cotgrave to see off Sandiacre Town 1-0. Ryan Plummer came off the bench to get the crucial goal as Adam Heard kept his second clean sheet of the week.
Wollaton twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with FC Cavaliers. It was Joshua Stevenson that got Wollo back on track both times, his first from the penalty spot. Louis Czerwak and Liam Taylor were the Cavs scorers.
AFC Dunkirk ran riot against bottom club Gedling Southbank, winning 9-1. Sam Harbottle grabbed a hat-trick and Kieran Diver two. George Bosworth, Danny Blanchard, Luis Parkes and Brett Soiza were also on target. Kian Leavesley got Gedling’s late consolation.
Goals from Ryan Tinsley, Scott Litchfield and Macauley Diuk saw Keyworth United past Attenborough 3-0.
Rares Demeter put Aslockton & Orston ahead at Bilborough Town early on. James Hallam added a second after half an hour and Julian Joachim a third on the hour mark as their side won 3-1.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers were in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action at Sherwood Colliery Reserves. The tie went into extra time at 2-2 but Woodthorpe ran out of legs, eventually going down 7-2. Basford United Community missed the opportunity to leapfrog into first place as they could only draw 1-1 against Kirton Brickworks.
Ross Cochrane-Smith bagged a brace for Ruddington Village in their 4-0 win at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Bright Agana was on target twice for Beeston as they drew 4-4 with Ravenshead.
Bestwood Miners Welfare won 3-1 at Awsworth Villa Reserves to move into 16th ahead of Mansfield Hosiery Mills, whoo went down 2-1 at home to Southwell City Reserves.
Tim Moore got both of Selston Reserves’ goals in their 2-2 draw at Radford Reserves, while AFC Bridgford and Wollaton Reserves also shared the points.
In Division Two, AFC Clifton stayed second in the table, ahead of their opponents Newark Flowserve Reserves, with a 3-2 win, including two goals from Connor Boulton.
Luke Davis scored a hat-trick for Clifton All Whites Development in their 5-1 win over Elston United and Jordan Richardson notched three times for Ruddington Village Reserves as they saw off Sneinton Town 5-0.
There were two goals apiece for George Camps and Nick Westerman as their Robin Hood Colts won 6-3 at AFC Top Valley.
It’s first versus second in the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division as Southwell City welcome Awsworth Villa to the War Memorial Ground. Villa will be looking to end Southwell’s 100% record and, if they can win by four goals, could also leapfrog them in the table.
Stapleford Town are also looking to maintain their 100% record but currently sit only sixth in the table by virtue of having played the fewest games in the division. They travel to Butt Field to take on Bingham Town.
Third placed Cotgrave will look to capitalise on any slip up by Awsworth Villa as they head to St Giles to play Sandiacre Town, who are celebrating the club’s 40th anniversary.
Eastwood CFC Development and FC Cavaliers are also vying to get into the top two, they travel to Wharf Lane to face Radcliffe Olympic and the WSA to face Wollaton respectively.
Keyworth United will attempt to make it three league wins on the trot as they welcome Attenborough to Platt Lane while Gedling Southbank go in search of their first win as they make the trip to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to play AFC Dunkirk.
In a four o’clock kick-off Bilborough Town will also try to pick up their first three points of the campaign with Aslockton & Orston the visitors to the Harvey Hadden Stadium.
In Division One, with leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers in Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy action at Sherwood Colliery Reserves, Basford United Community will look to jump into top spot as they host Kirton Brickworks at Greenwich Avenue.
Ravenshead are missing Adam Martin for their trip to Leyton Crescent to play Beeston, while Liam Walton and Scott Graham return to the squad after work commitments. Ryan Faulconbridge was rested by the Reds in midweek but is looking to start once again.
AFC Bridgford put their somewhat symmetrical record (won two, drawn two, lost two, scored 12, conceded 12) on the line against Wollaton Reserves at Gresham Sports Park while Radford Reserves welcome Selston Reserves to the CDW Arena.
Two teams that met in the Premier Division last term, Kimberley Miners Welfare and Ruddington Village, go head-to-head at the Stag Ground.
Awsworth Villa Reserves entertain Bestwood Miners Welfare at The Shilo and Mansfield Hosiery Mills host Southwell City Reserves at The Fieldings.
In Division Two, leaders Stapleford Town Reserves welcome Bingham Town Reserves to Hickings Lane.
Ravenshead Reserves are hopeful that Tyler Lambert and Dean Walker will be fit after missing last weekend’s game, while Tom Lockey also returns after being away, as second placed AFC Clifton make the trip to Cornwater.
Southwell City remain top of the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division with their 100% record intact after they came away from Gedling Southbank with a 5-0 win. Their were two goals apiece for Calum Law and Luke Price and one for George Caudwell.
Awsworth Villa are up to second after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Aslockton & Orston while Eastwood CFC Development slipped to third with a defeat by the same scoreline at home to Bingham Town. It was Tom Spencer and Matt Snelgrove who helped Bingham double their league win tally, David Jones replied for Eastwood.
Kamar Davis and Zibusiso Sibanda both bagged a brace in FC Cavaliers’ 5-2 win over Sandiacre Town. Ako Abdullah was also on the scoresheet, alongside Jacks Bull and Warner for Town.
Stapleford Town maintained their 100% record, and are creeping up the table with games in hand, as they won 4-0 at AFC Dunkirk. Mike Robb was on target twice with Ryan Bowen and Junior Rodriguez adding the others.
A solitary Martin Holt effort was enough to see Keyworth United past Calverton Miners Welfare while Radcliffe Olympic were 4-2 winners over Magdala Amateurs. Mthabisi Mlauzi, Idris Kabongo, Kieran Wall and an own goal did the damage for Olympic; Matthew Daley and substitute Tom Groves for The Budgies.
Attenborough bounced back from their NSL Senior Cup humbling by beating Bilborough Town 6-3. There was a hat-trick for Paul Ireson for Boro, with Aiden Brady and George Reed-Jones also on target. Ashley Dixon (2) and Ricky Law netted for Town.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup Wollaton succumbed to a late goal to depart the competition at the hands of higher-ranked Gedling Miners Welfare.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers took over top spot with a resounding 10-0 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves. Last season’s top scorer, Markell Bailey, accounted for half of the goals, Adam Forry and Connor Scott-Parkin got two each and Cory Johnson one.
Ravenshead avenged their midweek cup loss to Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves with a 2-0 win thanks to Jack Wagstaff and Dan Phillips.
There was a great deal of success for NSL sides in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy, including a hat-trick for Harry Woodward for Burton Joyce in their 9-0 win over Netherfield and Kyle Clarkson did likewise for Kirton Brickworks as they knocked out Retford United Development 5-3.
Joe Gunn got four for AFC Top Valley as they saw off higher-ranked Ruddington Village 5-2. They may have to do without Jack Murphy for their next match though, as the centre back was carried off in the win.
It took extra time for Beeston and Selston Reserves to make it through, beating Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves and Bridon AFC respectively, both by a 4-2 scoreline.