In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Burton Joyce continue to set the pace following their 3-0 win over FC Cavaliers. All the goals came in the second half, from Joe Harrod, Ricky Gardner and Brad Woodcock. Woodthorpe Park Rangers are just one point behind having played one game fewer. They maintained their 100% record with a 5-1 win at Cotgrave, this despite being reduced to ten men with the score at 2-1.
AFC Dunkirk and Southwell City remain third and fourth respectively after they drew 1-1. Calum Law put City ahead only for Jay Knight to ensure the points were shared.
Jake Hardy was on target four times for Bingham Town as they overcame Bilborough Town 7-0. Harley Cox, Tom Giles and Will Haycox were also on target.
Adam Hassell also scored four as his Stapleford Town defeated Magdala Amateurs 6-1. Jack Upton also bagged a brace alongside an own goal with Dan Barton getting the consolation for The Budgies.
After going unbeaten in their first four matches, Wollaton have now lost three on the spin, the latest a 3-2 reverse against Calverton Miners Welfare. Calvo’s goals were shared between Jason Hodson, Adam Limb and Dalton Stephens with Gareth Bentley and Kyle Crofts replying for Wollo.
Jake Fisher took his goal tally to eight for the season with a hat-trick for Keyworth United in their 5-1 win at Eastwood CFC Development. Daniel Chadwick and Casey Fisher also netted for United; Zeb Kasujja for Eastwood.
Awsworth Villa picked up their first points of the season and lifted themselves off the foot of the table with a 4-2 win at Attenborough. Daniel Morgan (2), Danny Carter and Ashley Kelly were on target for Villa; Morgan Bell and Travahn Seaton for Boro.
In Division One, West Bridgford AFC are top on goals scored, a Marcus Browne hat-trick in their 6-0 win at Basford United Community helping his side keep just ahead of AFC Top Valley who beat Bridgford United 4-1 to keep their 100% record alive.
Radford Reserves, in third, were also 4-1 winners – at home against Hucknall Town Development, as were a new look Radcliffe Olympic against Robin Hood Colts including a brace for Jawanza Grant. It was Radcliffe’s first win since mid-February.
Ruddington Village stay fourth following a 2-0 win against Kirton Brickworks while Gedling Southbank made it back-to-back wins by seeing off Kimberley Miners Welfare 4-2.
Bright Agana came off the bench to score twice for Beeston to help them to a 7-1 win over Southwell City Reserves.
In Division Two, Jack Sykes-Wood bagged a brace for Cotgrave Reserves in their 3-2 win over Elston United that sees them stay in top spot ahead of Keyworth United Reserves, who were 3-1 winners against Clifton All Whites Development.
United Grays maintained their 100% record with a 5-0 win at AFC Dunkirk Reserves while Sam Dunstan scored twice for Ruddington Village Reserves in their 3-0 victory at Bingham Town Reserves.
Michael Lindsay scored four and Matt Lockley two for Pythian in their 9-4 win against Burton Joyce Reserves and Asha beat Beeston Old Boys Association 2-0.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Burton Joyce held onto top spot in the Premier Division, despite losing their 100% record, as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Aslockton & Orston. Chris Aldred gave Aslockton a half time lead but Ricky Gardner struck in the second period to ensure the spoils were shared.
That means the sole remaining perfect record in the top flight belongs to Woodthorpe Park Rangers as a 4-2 scoreline against Magdala Amateurs gave them their fifth win of the season. Ellis Carter actually put Magdala ahead early in the encounter but Connor Scott-Parkin levelled matters before the break. The Budgies’ task got decidedly more difficult just after the restart though as Adam Kelvey was sent off. The introduction of Markell Bailey for Woodthorpe made all the difference, however, as he set up both Conor Carter and Jason Rimmel then, after Ben Johnson had pulled one back, added the fourth himself.
AFC Dunkirk came from two down away at Stapleford Town on Friday night to draw 2-2 and preserve their unbeaten start. Luke Guadagni and Adam Hassell gave the Saxons the advantage but they were pegged back by McKenna Paton, who was later sent off, and Luis Parkes.
Southwell City handed Wollaton their first defeat of the season, 3-0, with goals from Bradley Peace-McDonald and Oliver Clarke (2). A bad day for Wollaton was made worse by an injury to Roberto Labbate.
Bingham Town left Awsworth Villa still pointless after they won 4-2. Town’s goals were shared between Jake Hardy, Will Haycox, Tom Spencer and Euan Sweeting with Joshua Broad and Liam Towle replying for Villa.
Getting off the mark, however, were Bilborough Town, who came away from Eastwood CFC Development with a 3-2 win. James Bacon, Danny Fyffe and substitute Harry Deardan netted for Bilborough; Jaquarn Campbell-Ghislanzoni with a brace for the Red Badgers.
Keyworth United picked up their first win of the campaign as they saw off Cotgrave 3-1. Jake Fisher bagged a brace alongside a Daniel Chadwick effort for United; Lee Potts replied for Cotgrave, who had Kyle Waddell sent off.
A solitary goal from Paul Ireson was enough to see Attenborough past FC Cavliers 1-0 while there was a 4-4 draw between Calverton Miners Welfare and Sandiacre Town with eight different scorers: Brinsley Kirkham, Barry Payne, George Scrivener and Dalton Stephens for Calvo, George Vear, Jordan Leonardi, Daniel Harries and Zachary Beer for Town.
AFC Top Valley made it five wins from five to claim back first place in Division One, the latest a 3-2 victory over Radford Reserves with two goals from Ben Cummings, who ended the day in hospital receiving stitches to a head wound, and one from Joe Gunn. Tituntamba Harrung and Chris Newman replied for Radford.
Ruddington Village continued their ascent of the table with a 3-1 win at Beeston, including a brace for Joseph Brown while Wollaton Reserves saw off Hucknall Town Development 2-1.
Ollie McCourt was on target twice for Southwell City Reserves I their 3-2 win at Basford United Community and Kirton Brickworks edged out Ravenshead 2-1.
Kyle Pemberton got both of Bridgford United’s goals but unfortunately it was in a losing cause as they went down 5-2 at Gedling Southbank.
In Division Two, Stapleford Town Reserves maintained their 100% record with a 3-2 win at Bingham Town Reserves that included a brace for Junior Rodriguez.
Ahead of them on goal difference having played a game more, however, are Cotgrave Reserves who won 4-2 at Barrowby.
Jack Palmer netted twice for Keyworth United Reserves in their 6-1 win over Beeston Old Boys Association while Josh Wilson grabbed a hat-trick for United Grays in their 7-0 demolition of Ravenshead Reds.
Ruddington Village Reserves beat AFC Dunkirk Reserves 3-2 while Bilborough Town Community and Burton Joyce Reserves both picked up their first point of the season in a 4-4 draw.
Asha and Pythian drew 3-3 on Friday evening.
Newly promoted Burton Joyce continue to set the pace in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company after they made it five wins from five by seeing off Attenborough 4-1. Sam Smith got the ball rolling for BJ, followed by Nathan Francis. Mark Faflik’s brace came either side of a Kieran Whalin consolation for Boro.
Also winning 4-1 to maintain their 100% record, albeit from one game fewer, were the other promoted side, Woodthorpe Park Rangers. Conor Carter grabbed a hat-trick alongside a Kieran Wheat strike; Samuel Brindley replied for their opponents, Sandiacre Town.
Sandwiched between the two Premier Division new boys are AFC Dunkirk, who won 5-1 against Bilborough Town. Buba Ceesay’s consolation effort on debut was the one bright spot for the division’s bottom team.
Wollaton edged past the reigning champions, Stapleford Town, 3-2. Steve Ahern, Roberto Labbate and Matt Eastwood put Wollaton three to the good. Ryan Stark and Junior Rodriguez struck back for Stapleford but it was too little, too late.
Southwell City, featuring three pairs of brothers in their matchday squad, were 4-1 winners over Awsworth Villa thanks to Calum Law (2), Oliver Clarke and Ben Selby. Brent Horton netted for Villa.
Bingham Town picked up their second win of the campaign with 9-1 demolition of Eastwood CFC Development. There were hat-tricks for Euan Sweeting and Jake Hardy with Harley Cox, Callum Leach and Cole Maule also getting in on the act.
Magdala Amateurs came from behind twice to earn a point against Keyworth United in a 2-2 draw. It was the prolific Jake Fisher who had twice put United ahead only for Sam Livsey and Ellis Carter to score for The Budgies, who nearly nicked it at the end when, with only ten men thanks to the sin bin, Daniel Barton struck the post.
In Division One, West Bridgford AFC moved into top spot as a Marcus Browne hat-trick set them on their way to a 5-1 win over Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. Radford Reserves are up to second as nine goals were shared amongst only four scorers in a 5-4 win at Bridgford United. Martin McDonagh (3) and Obinna Abuka (2) for Radford, two each for Liam Honeyman and and Kyle Pemberton for Bridgford.
A Fraser Cannon-Brownlie brace helped Ruddington Village claim a 3-0 win at Hucknall Town Development while an Adam Kemp double saw Beeston to their first win of the season, 3-2 against Kirton Brickworks.
Relegated Gedling Southbank added one to the win column for the first time since early April as they came away from Robin Hood Colts as 4-1 victors while Wollaton Reserves won 7-4 at Basford United Community.
Cotgrave Reserves took top spot in Division Two in emphatic fashion as they saw off Ravenshead Reds 11-1, including four for David Cyrek and two for both Lucus Cotterill and Jack Sykes-Wood.
Michael Lindsay scored a hat-trick for Pythian in their 4-1 win over Bilborough Town Community and Sam Dunstan was on target twice for Ruddington Village Reserves as they edged past Elston United 3-2.
Stapleford Town made it three from three with a 1-0 win at Barrowby while Keyworth United Reserves won 5-0 against Bingham Town Reserves and AFC Dunkirk came away from Clifton All Whites Development with a 4-0 win.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, newly promoted Burton Joyce made it four wins from four as a Nathan Francis goal was sufficient to see off Bilborough Town 1-0.
AFC Dunkirk are up to second following a 7-2 win at Aslockton & Orston. Scores were level at 2-2 at the break but Dunkirk shifted up a gear in the second half to take the game away from their hosts. Kieran Diver (2), Luis Parkes (2), Jacob Consterdine, McKenna Parton and Ryan Duffy netted for the visitors; Pierce Hallam and Matthew James for Aslockton.
Stapleford Town drew 0-0 for the second match on the trot as they couldn’t find a way past FC Cavaliers.
Ryan Plummer and Adam Gray scored two apiece for Cotgrave in their 6-1 win over Sandiacre Town. Kyle Waddell and Lee Potts were also on target for Cotgrave; Jake Dickerson for Sandiacre.
Steven Brett grabbed a late equaliser as his Calverton Miners Welfare side drew 1-1 with Magdala Amateurs. A Tom Haw header had put The Budgies ahead.
There’s a promoted team at the top of Division One too as AFC Top Valley continued their impressive start with a 6-0 win against Hucknall Town Development. There was a hat-trick for Kane Pearson, two goals for Joe Gunn and one for Jake Gunn although on the downside Luke Gregory was stretchered off.
Sam McGrath scored a hat-trick for West Bridgford AFC who, like Top Valley, have a 100% record from four matches following a 7-3 win over Beeston. Lewis Heron (2), Marcus Browne and Luke McRedmond also netted for Bridgford; Elliot Pitt, Benjamin Knight and Jason Jude for Beeston.
Radford Reserves are only two points behind the top two after they won 7-2 at Radcliffe Olympic, including a hat-trick for Tiyumtaba Harrung and a brace for Antony Edwards.
Kirton Brickworks leapfrogged Kimberley Miners Welfare in the table thanks to beating them 2-1 while Basford United Community won by a similar scoreline at Ravenshead.
Kyle Pemberton bagged a brace for Bridgford United but it was bettered by Fraser Cannon-Brownlie whose hat-trick helped Ruddington Village to a 4-2 win. Macauley Diuk also netted.
Robin Hood Colts picked up their first win since promotion as they overcame Wollaton Reserves 5-1.
Bingham Town Reserves are top of Division Two after they came back from 2-0 down to edge out Cotgrave Reserves 4-3, helped by Cotgrave’s Lewis Hopkinson receiving his marching orders with the score at 2-1.
Substitute Josh Gardner scored twice for United Grays as they made it two wins from two with a 5-2 victory over Pythian.
Tyler Haynes was also on target twice for Barrowby as his side defeated Burton Joyce Reserves 4-0.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, there was a rematch of last season’s Senior Cup final in the Premier Division as Southwell City hosted Stapleford Town. Both teams had goals disallowed as it ended in stalemate but the point was sufficient to see Stapleford stay top of the fledgling table.
Both the newly promoted sides made it two wins from two. Nathan Francis scored his second hat-trick in as many weeks in Burton Joyce’s 7-1 victory over Eastwood CFC Development. Mark Faflik (2), Sam Smith and Jack Caulton were also on target.
Markell Bailey, Daniel Walker and Toby King gave Woodthorpe Park Rangers a 3-1 win at Aslockton & Orston. Samuel Winch netted for the home side.
Wollaton have also taken six points from their first two games as they came away from Bilborough Town with a 7-0 win. There were two goals apiece from Will Bouwen and Stephen Chaplin and one from each of Scott Carlile, Steve Ahern and Greg Wedge.
Bingham Town got off the mark with a 2-2 draw at AFC Dunkirk. Luis Parkes and Kieran Diver scored for Dunkirk, Euan Sweeting and an own goal for Bingham.
Dalton Stephens and Adam Limb got Calverton Miners Welfare’s season up and running in a 2-1 win over Attenborough. Jamie Hannis was on target for Boro.
Radford Reserves are top of Division One following their 3-2 win at Bestwood Miners Welfare. Newly promoted AFC Top Valley are hot on their heels after an 8-2 victory over Basford United Community.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves made it two wins from two as they edged past Beeston 2-1 and Bridgford United won by a similar scoreline against Wollaton Reserves.
Radcliffe Olympic kicked off their season with a 5-1 home reverse at the hands of Kirton Brickworks that included a hat-trick for Jamie Charlton.
In Division Two, Lucus Cotterill bagged a brace for Cotgrave Reserves in their 3-0 win over Beeston Old Boys Association. Stapleford Town Reserves join Cotgrave on six points at the top following a 3-1 win at Asha.
There were two goals apiece for Callum Barrett and Jack Palmer in Keyworth United Reserves’ 6-0 win at Elston United.
United Grays started their NSL campaign by seeing off Clifton All Whites Development 3-2 and Ravenshead Reds drew 1-1 with Bingham Town Reserves.
The 2019/20 Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, got underway with last season’s Senior Cup winners, Southwell City, being the weekend’s biggest winners in the Premier Division. They came away from Awsworth Villa with a 7-2 victory courtesy of Calum Law (2), Bradley Pece-McDonald, Stewart Gill, Ashley Dixon, Ben Selby and an own goal. Daniel Orme and James Machin with Villa’s consolations.
Both of the promoted teams got off to flying starts with Burton Joyce defeating last season’s runners up, Bingham Town, 5-0 and Woodthorpe Park Rangers overcoming Keyworth United 4-1. Nathan Francis struck a hat-trick for BJ to set them on their way with Ricky Gardner and Mark Faflik rounding out the win. A Markell Bailey brace put WPR on their path to victory with Callum Moss and James Lawrence-Forbes also netting; Jake Fisher replied for Keyworth.
Reigning champions Stapleford Town also opened their account with a win, 3-0 against Bilborough Town. Harry Crosby-Oldershaw struck a sublime free-kick on the stroke of half-time and Robson Grey and Jack Upton completed the scoring after the break.
Danny Blanchard and Kieran Diver struck two apiece as their AFC Dunkirk side overcame Eastwood CFC Development 4-1 while a Siraj Chitulu double was enough to see FC Cavaliers past Calverton Miners Welfare 2-0.
Magdala Amateurs saw off Sandiacre Town 3-2 thanks to a Tom Haw brace and one for Ellis Carter. Owen Hayes and Jack Panicisi replied for Town.
In Division One, Radford Reserves are the early pace setters following their 7-1 win against relegated Gedling Southbank which included a hat-trick for Martin McDonagh. Jordan Baker, Carl Spencer, Dominik Walhus and Rabiu Muhammad were also on target; Luke Pickard with Southbank’s consolation.
In the ‘Bridgford Derby’, West Bridgford AFC overcame Bridgford United 4-2. Marcus Browne (2), Luke Dabell and Thomas Teer netted for West Bridgford with United’s replies coming from Kyle Pemberton and Ryan Winstanley.
Hucknall Town Development got their inaugural NSL campaign off to a bright start with a 2-0win at Ravenshead thanks to Kurt Hallam and James Terry while Wollaton Reserves edged an eleven goal thriller at Southwell City Reserves, eventually prevailing 6-5.
Newly promoted AFC Top Valley saw off Beeston 4-3 while Basford United Community won by a similar scoreline against the other promoted side, Robin Hood Colts.
Kirton Brickworks and Ruddington Village drew 2-2.
There were three 4-3’s in Division Two: Clifton All Whites Development beat Keyworth United Reserves, Stapleford Town Reserves saw off Beeston Old Boys Association and Asha edged out Ravenshead Reds.
In the division’s other game a second half Sean Yorke brace helped Cotgrave Reserves on their way to a 3-0 win at Elston United.
Bingham Town moved within two points of Stapleford Town at the top of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division with a 2-0 win over Wollaton, while Stapleford went down 1-0 at Southwell City. The Hickings Lane team still need only two points to claim the title from their final three matches, however, as Bingham only have one game remaining or, due to a vastly superior goal difference, one point should suffice.
Tom Spencer and Phil Leggett were the matchwinners for Bingham. Liam Moran netted for Southwell following a marauding run from right back just after the interval. Stapleford were reduced to ten men with the sending off of Mitchell Robinson soon after and finished the match with nine as Joshua Watts also received his marching orders with a quarter of an hour remaining. Southwell, who will finish the season in third, also had a period with reduced personnel as Jonathan Nussey took a trip to the sin bin.
Cotgrave were the only Premier Division away side to score on the day, thanks to a second half strike from Jack Sykes-Wood, however two goals before the interval from Harry Simpson and one from Dane Bennett were enough to give Calverton Miners Welfare the 3-1 win. The three points sees Calvo finish in 15th.
Aslockton & Orston rounded out their campaign with a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Sandiacre Town. A Jordan Smith brace set Sandiacre on their way, a Perry McGrath wonder strike made it three and Jordan Leonardi completed the victory.
A first half effort from Kieran Diver was enough for AFC Dunkirk to edge out Radcliffe Olympic 1-0.
In Division One, Burton Joyce still have six points to make up on Ravenshead if they are to claim the runners up spot, after they went down 4-3 to Ruddington Village. BJ have got five games to do it in but Basford United Community, who are level on points in fourth, continue to stake their claim following a 4-1 win over Bridgford United on Friday night.
James Hill bagged a brace for Mansfield Hosiery Mills in their 5-1 defeat of Bestwood Miners Welfare and Alexander Neilson grabbed a hat-trick for Selston Reserves as they overcame Radford Reserves 10-1.
Awsworth Villa Reserves came away from AFC Bridgford with a 2-0 win and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves picked up their first point since early January in a 0-0 draw at Kirton Brickworks.
In the only game in Division Two, Keyworth United Development rounded out their season with a 2-0 win at Nottingham Community.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Stapleford Town now need just five points from their remaining five games in order to be crowned Premier Division champions following a 2-0 win at Aslockton & Orston. Goals either side of half time from Benjamin Smedley and Joshua Watts earned the three points.
A Tom Spencer brace helped second placed Bingham Town on their way to a 4-1 win at Calverton Miners Welfare. Jay Archer and Jake Hardy were also on target for Town, Ethan Hunter for Calvo.
It was Jonny Upton’s 50th game in charge of Southwell City and he saw his side come away from FC Cavaliers with a 6-0 win. City had an effort ruled out for offside and hit the woodwork twice before Bradley Peace-McDonald opened the scoring from a free kick. Jonathan Nussey doubled the advantage from the penalty spot just after the break then the floodgates opened in the closing stages. Calum Law notched with a deflected strike, Peace-McDonald completed his hat-trick and Liam Moran put the icing on the cake.
Awsworth Villa completed their season with a disappointing 4-0 defeat at Sandiacre Town. Joshua Mundell set the ball rolling and a Jordan Leonardi brace made it 3-0 at the interval. Leonardi was replaced by Howard Waby for the second 45 and the substitute added the fourth with half an hour remaining.
Scott Carlile and Greg Wedge gave Wollaton a 2-1 win at Magdala Amateurs. Thomas Groves replied for the hosts.
There were two goals apiece for David Jones and Kieran Knight as Eastwood CFC Development saw off Attenborough 5-0. Deniz Aris added the fifth.
In Division One, having secured the title in midweek, Woodthorpe Park Rangers edged out their old rivals Bridgford United 1-0 thanks to Darren Oldham.
Ravenshead rounded out their season with a 5-2 loss at Basford United Community. Alex Goodall (2), Ewan Hill, Blake Cooke and Dominik Walkus netted for Basford, Bradley Martin and Perris Thomas for the Reds.
Burton Joyce did their chances of taking Ravenshead’s second spot no harm at all with a 5-0 win at Radford Reserves inspired by a Mark Faflik hat-trick. Jack Caulton and Charlie Fraser were also on target.
Awsworth Villa Reserves edged out Southwell City Reserves 3-2 while AFC Bridgford recorded their biggest win of the season, 7-1 over Mansfield Hosiery Mills including two goals for both Mark Ballard and Thomas Teer.
Fraser Cannon-Brownlie was also on target twice, for Ruddington Village, as they overcame Beeston 3-1. Kirton Brickworks won by a similar scoreline against Bestwood Miners Welfare and Selston Reserves came away from Wollaton Reserves with a 2-0 win.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley continued their push for the title with a resounding 13-0 win against Sneinton Town. There were hat-tricks for Ben Cummings, Jacob Gunn and Kane Pearson but Joseph Gunn went one better to grab four.
Newark Flowserve Reserves will still fancy their chances of hitting top spot, however, as hat-tricks for Tyler Martin and Ed Munton helped them to 7-2 victory over Clifton All Whites Development.
Ruddington Village Reserves are the other team hoping to take the title, they won 3-0 at Keyworth United Development. George Camps bagged a brace for Robin Hood Colts as they made it 13 league matches unbeaten with a 4-0 win at Bingham Town Reserves.
Rory Green scored a hat-trick for Stapleford Town Reserves as they saw off Nottingham Community 4-0 and AFC Clifton won 3-0 at Ravenshead Reserves.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Bingham Town moved within two points of leaders Stapleford Town, albeit having played three more matches, with a 3-1 win over Magdala Amateurs. James Keen put Town ahead but they let The Budgies back into it through Toby Sewell. Two Jake Hardy goals, in the closing stages of each half, sealed the points.
Awsworth Villa are still eyeing a place on the podium following their 3-1 defeat of Calverton Miners Welfare. Jake Fisher did the damage for Villa with a hat-trick; Mathew Newton replied for Calvo.
Cotgrave and Southwell City haven’t given up on a top three finish either, beating Wollaton 3-2 and Eastwood CFC Development 3-0 respectively. Kyle Waddell set up Lee Potts for Cotgrave’s opener very early in the contest but, with the score at 1-1 early in the second half he received his marching orders. Despite this, Bassey Okon and Sam Brakewell snatched the win; Joshua Lewis and Greg Wedge netted for Wollo. William Stocks, Bradley Peace-McDonald and Anthony Brown were the Southwell scorers.
A solitary Matthew James strike saw Aslockton & Orston past Radcliffe Olympic 1-0 while there were two goals apiece for Luis Parkes and Lewis Wilcox in AFC Dunkirk’s 5-1 win at Gedling Southbank. Jacob Consterdine was also on target; Corey Woodhouse with Southbank’s consolation.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers are within a point of the title with three games remaining and Ravenshead are pushing to hold onto their second spot with two matches left after a first half Joshua Broad goal saw them defeat AFC Bridgford 1-0.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley stay top by a point after a Kane Pearson brace helped them towards being four to the good at Stapleford Town Reserves. The hosts halved the arrears before the break but with no scoring in the second period it stayed 4-2.
Ruddington Village Reserves moved into second with a 6-0 win over Nottingham Community, including a hat-trick for Sam Dunstan.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Stapleford Town now need just 11 points from seven games to secure the Premier Division title following a 3-1 win at Keyworth United. Adam Hassell put Stapleford ahead and Ben Clark doubled the lead approaching half time. Ryan Tinsley gave Keyworth a lifeline five minutes after the restart however Benjamin Smedley restored the two goal advantage for good on 66 minutes.
Second placed Bingham Town came away from Southwell City with a 1-0 win courtesy of Jake Hardy.
Jake Fisher bagged a brace for Awsworth Villa in their 4-0 win over Radcliffe Olympic. Daniel Towle and Liam Baker were also on target.
Two goals apiece from Lee Potts and Ryan Thorpe gave Cotgrave a 4-1 win at Magdala Amateurs. Tom Haw with the Budgies’ consolation.
Calverton Miners Welfare won 4-2 at FC Cavaliers with their goals shared between Matt Corbett, Jack Harrison, Mathew Newton and Harry Simpson. Kamar Davis and Arnyda Wenazo replied for Cavs.
Wollaton beat AFC Dunkirk 3-1 with goals from Joshua Stevenson, Sam Mellor and Reece Strode. Danny Blanchard netted for Dunkirk.
A Blaise Duruaku double helped Sandiacre Town on their way to a 5-1 victory at Attenborough. Owen Hayes, Jordan Smith and James Allen also scored; Leyton Nethercot replied for Boro.