Only five games survived the weather in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company. In the Premier Division, Tom Slade wished Merry Xmas Everybody to his Wollaton teammates by netting four times in their 8-0 win at Eastwood CFC Development. Josh Stevenson notched twice, Scott Carlile and Matt Eastwood once in the rout.
FC Cavaliers took the lead through Zibusiso Sibanda at home to Cotgrave but Dougie Mills equalised with a close range volley before a late Lucus Cotterill strike sealed the points for the visitors.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley failed to win in the league for the first time this season. Joe Gunn pulled Top Valley level twice away at Robin Hood Colts, the second time in the last minute to take a point in a 2-2 draw. George Camps and William Cox scored for the Colts.
It was honours even in the other game in the division as well with two goals in as many second half minutes meant it finished 1-1 between Southwell City Reserves and Beeston. Billy Abbott put Beeston ahead on 67 minutes but Blair Bryant levelled matters soon after.
In Division Two, a solitary Samuel Kaye effort was enough to see Stapleford Town Reserves past leaders United Grays 1-0.
There is a new phone number for the NSL Results Reporting Officer. It can be found in the league handbook on the Documents page of this website.
It was first versus second in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division with current leaders Bingham Town resounding victors over AFC Dunkirk 4-0 with two goals apiece for Tom Spencer and Euan Sweeting.
Dunkirk's defeat allowed Southwell City to move into second place as a Ben Selby hat-trick helped them on their way to a 5-0 win over Attenborough. William Stocks and George Caudwell were also on target.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers are up to third on goal difference,ahead of Dunkirk, following their 3-0 defeat of FC Cavaliers with goals from Markell Bailey, Cory Johnson and Connor Scott-Parkin.
Burton Joyce complete the top five. They were 6-1 winners at home to Magdala Amateurs. Josh Gardner scored his first goal for The Joyce alongside efforts from Mark Faflik (2), Nathan Francis, Dan Phillips and Macauley Tinsley. Ryan MacMillan got Magdala's consolation.
There were promising signs for the new management at Eastwood CFC Development but they ultimately went down 5-2 to Calverton Miners Welfare. There were braces for Dalton Stephens and Sam Buckle and one for Steven Brett for Calvo; Mitch Williams and Isaac Anderson replied for Eastwood.
Scott Litchfield scored four and Lee Potts two for Keyworth United as they saw off Aslockton & Orston 6-0.
AFC Top Valley made it 11 wins from 11 to stay top of Division One as Jake and Joe Gunn unloaded both barrels on Wollaton Reserves with two goals each in a 6-0 win. Luke Gregory and Adam Sprake also netted.
Ethan Hunter bagged a last minute winner to give West Bridgford AFC bragging rights over local rivals Bridgford United with a 2-1 victory. Ollie Williams also scored for AFC, Liam Honeyman for United.
Ruddington Village once again overcame Ravenshead in their fourth meeting in 11 weeks in all competitions. This time it was Jack Dickie, Jamie Neep and Daniel Neary who helped them triumph 3-0.
In Division Two, Brandon Lee scored a hat-trick for Barrowby on Friday night to help his side beat Ravenshead Reds 5-2.
On Saturday, United Grays consolidated top spot with a 7-0 win over Burton Joyce Reserves including braces for Perris Thomas and Sean Craven.
Both Keyworth United Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves are five points behind the Grays after they won 8-2 against Bilborough Town Community and 4-3 against Beeston Old Boys Association respectively.
Asha won 4-1 at Cotgrave Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves beat Clifton All Whites Development 6-1.
AFC Dunkirk are up to second in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, as they came from behind to beat Sandiacre Town 2-1 with two stoppage time goals. Keaton Matharu gave Town the lead in the first half but Kain Bell equalised in the 92nd minute and McKenna Parton completed the turnaround a minute later.
Southwell City took the lead through Ben Selby away at Wollaton but the home side shifted gears after 30 minutes and eventually ran out 4-1 winners. Joshua Stevenson levelled from the penalty spot before Tom Harrison gave Wollaton the lead before the break. Reece Strode and Dan Chadwick finished the job in the second half.
After losing their unbeaten record last weekend Burton Joyce bounced back with a 4-2 win at FC Cavaliers, including a brace for Charlie Fraser. Also on target were Macauley Tinsley and Dan Phillips, both scoring their first goals for the club. Deandre Blake got both for Cavs.
Despite equalising twice, Aslockton & Orston eventually lost out to Calverton Miners Welfare 3-2. Dane Bennett, Jason Hodson and Jamie Humphries netted for Calvo, Kieran Wall and James Leach for Aslockton.
Kyle Waddell grabbed a hat-trick of headers for Cotgrave in the opening ten minutes of their match with Keyworth United. Scott Litchfield pulled one back but that was the end of the scoring.
George Sansom and Ricky Law gave Bilborough Town a 2-1 win at Magdala Amateurs. Tom Haw with The Budgies’ reply.
Unfortunately the match between Awsworth Villa and Stapleford Town had to be abandoned just before half time following a serious injury to Villa’s Danny Morgan.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley defeated Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 6-1 with goals from Joe Gunn (2), Ben Cummings, Kane Pearson, Adam Sprake and Jamie Wright Bilbie. Rowan Smith got the consolation for Kimberley who slip to the bottom of the table following the loss.
Robin Hood Colts lifted themselves off the foot of the table as they picked up only their second win of the campaign, 2-0 against Southwell City Reserves. Jordan Smith and Eric Pearson the scorers.
A Daniel Neary brace saw Ruddington Village win 2-1 at Ravenshead for the second time in succession, following their Notts FA Senior Trophy triumph last weekend. Lewis Parkin replied for the Reds.
Joshua Nwokoro scored four and Bright Agana three for Beeston as they saw off Radford Reserves 7-3 while Steven Cox grabbed a hat-trick for Gedling Southbank as they edged past Kirton Brickworks 6-5.
There were two goals apiece for Liam Honeyman and Kyle Pemberton as Bridgford United made it three wins from their last four outings by seeing off Hucknall Town Development 4-2.
Radcliffe Olympic and Wollaton Reserves drew 1-1.
In Division Two, Rob England netted twice for United Grays as they consolidated their top spot with a 3-1 win at second placed Keyworth United Reserves.
Still searching for their first win, Bilborough Town Community ran Ruddington Village Reserves close but eventually lost out 2-1. Shaun Smith bagged both goals as Beeston Old Boys Association won by a similar scoreline against Cotgrave Reserves. Bingham Town were also 2-1 winners, at home to Barrowby.
Joe Hornigold scored twice for Elston United in their 3-1 win at Burton Joyce Reserves and Pythian and Ravenshead Reds drew 2-2.
Stapleford Town Reserves saw off Clifton All Whites Development 7-2 while, in the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup, Jay Cooper grabbed a hat-trick for Asha as they knocked out Sleetmoor United 4-2.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City will be able to move into top spot in the Premier Division with a win away Wollaton. Woodthorpe Park Rangers, winners over current league leaders Bingham Town last weekend, will be looking to capitalise on any slips by Southwell and try and take second place for themselves, as they head to The Strand to take on Attenborough. Likewise AFC Dunkirk as they welcome Sandiacre Town to the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
After losing their unbeaten record last week, Burton Joyce will be looking to get back to winning ways on their trip to the Forest Sports Zone where they play FC Cavaliers. Keyworth United make the short trip to Woodview to take on Cotgrave.
Calverton Miners Welfare will be without the suspended James Davis as they entertain Aslockton & Orston at Hollinwood Lane while Stapleford Town hope to be in action for only the third time since the end of October as they visit the Shilo home of Awsworth Villa.
Magdala Amateurs host Bilborough Town at Roko.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley entertain Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves at Eagle Valley.
Having been knocked out of two cup competitions on their home patch by Ruddington Village this season, Ravenshead will be looking to exact their revenge as they welcome them to Cornwater once again. Chris Bovey, Ryan Faulconbridge and Rhys McGrath return for the Reds but Paul Smith misses out.
Radcliffe Olympic meet Wollaton Reserves at Gresham Sports Park while Radford Reserves head to Leyton Crescent to take on Beeston.
In Division Two, it's second versus first as Keyworth United Reserves host United Grays at Platt Lane. Third placed Ruddington Village Reserves welcome Bilborough Town Community to Elms Park.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Bingham Town lost for the first time since the opening day of the season as they went down 2-1 at home to Woodthorpe Park Rangers. Jake Hardy gave Bingham the lead but a double from Markell Bailey, the first from the penalty spot, handed the points to Rangers, who move up to third.
Burton Joyce suffered their first league defeat of the season. Despite taking the lead away at Wollaton, thanks to Ryan Marsh, they ultimately lost 2-1. Joshua Stevenson equalised from the penalty spot before Luke Davis sealed the win.
Attenborough and FC Cavaliers shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw. Trevor Seaton netted for Boro, Abdou Cole for Cavs.
There were two all-NSL ties in the Notts FA Senior Trophy, Ruddington Village knocked out Ravenshead 2-1 while Robin Hood Colts edged past Beeston 3-2. Joe Brown and Fraser Cannon-Brownlie scored for Ruddington with Mark Yates replying for the Ravens. Eric Pearson and Jordan Smith put Robin Hood two to the good before a brace from Adam Kemp levelled matters but Joshua Taylor saw the north Notts team through to the next round.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley consolidated top spot with a 4-1 win at Radcliffe Olympic with goals from Joe Gunn (2), Ben Cummins and Nathan Atkins. Brett Soiza got Olympic’s consolation.
Despite going behind at Radford Reserves, West Bridgford AFC struck back to win 6-1. Their goals were shared between Luke Dabell, Lewis Heron, Marcus Browne, Ethan Hunter and James Musk after Abdul-Raheem Summonu had opened the scoring for Radford.
Lukas Balaz grabbed a hat-trick and Liam Honeyman two goals for Bridgford United in the 7-2 win over Southwell City Reserves. Kyle Pemberton and Jourdan Blair were also on target for United, Ben Napier and Louis Annable for City.
Gedling Southbank and Kirton Brickworks drew 2-2. Stephen Cox and Daniel Hogg netted for Southbank, Ryan Keeley and Jamie Charlton for the Brickies.
In Division Two, a Robert England hat-trick set leaders United Grays on their way to a 5-0 win at Pythian. Keyworth United Reserves are keeping pace in second, however, after they beat Burton Joyce Reserves 10-0, including four goals for Conor Pauley and two apiece for Samuel Lund and Matt Webster.
Dave Cyrek scored a last minute penalty to give Cotgrave Reserves all three points in a seven goal thriller against Bingham Town Reserves.
Clifton All Whites Development beat Bilborough Town Community 3-2 and Elston United and Asha drew 1-1.