Bingham town took sole possession of top spot in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, after an own goal, a Euan Sweeting strike and a Tom Spencer penalty gave them a 3-0 win over FC Cavaliers while Southwell City suffered a 2-0 home reverse at the hands of Burton Joyce, for whom Reece Campbell netted twice.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers and Wollaton remain level on points with Burton Joyce after they both won too, at Bilborough Town 3-2 and against AFC Dunkirk 3-0 respectively. A Buba Ceesay double proved insufficient for Bilborough as Toby King grabbed two for WPR alongside a Markell Bailey effort, while a Tom Slade brace sandwiched a Dan Chadwick strike for Wollaton.
Nobody was able to break the deadlock between Keyworth United and Attenborough whereas a solitary Jamie Humphries goal was enough for Calverton Miners Welfare to edge past Cotgrave 1-0.
Jack Upton and Junior Rodriguez gave Stapleford Town a 2-0 win over Eastwood CFC Development while the goals were shared between James Duffy, Kyle Nutt, Tommy Street and Ashley Dixon for Awsworth Villa in their 4-0 victory at Aslockton & Orston.
With only two goals in their preceding six matches there have now been six in each of Sandiacre Town’s last two games, this time they came out on the right side of a 4-2 scoreline against Magdala Amateurs. That said, it was 0-0 at the break but Perry McGrath, Jordan Leonardi, Kian Morrison and Owen Hayes put Town in the ascendency before Toms Lawson and Groves salvaged some respectability for The Budgies.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley have extended their lead to 17 points after a Joe Gunn brace helped them o their way to a 5-1 win at West Bridgford AFC while second placed Ruddington Village drew 4-4 with Radcliffe Olympic. Dan Neary bagged a hat-trick for Rudd.
Beeston are up to third after their 2-1 win at Kirton Brickworks and Ravenshead made it back to back wins by overcoming Wollaton Reserves 3-1. Gedling Southbank and Robin Hood Colts drew 2-2 while Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Southwell City Reserves drew 1-1.
A Jordan Miles hat-trick helped Hucknall Town Development on their way to a 6-0 win over Radford Reserves.
In Division Two, United Grays consolidated pole position with a 2-1 win over the team in second at the start of the day, Ruddington Village Reserves. Stapleford Town Reserves took the opportunity to leapfrog Rudd with a 2-1 win at Pythian.
There were three goals for Conor Pauley and two each for Daniel Hough, Thomas Siswick and Joseph Rock for Keyworth United Reserves in their 9-1 demolition of Burton Joyce Reserves.
Ellis Wright bagged a brace for AFC Dunkirk Reserves in their 6-0 win at Ravenshead Reds and Shaun Smith scored all three for Beeston Old Boys Association as they won by the odd goal in five against Clifton All Whites Development.
Bilborough Town Community doubled their points tally for the season with a very creditable 1-1 draw at sixth placed Cotgrave Reserves.
Elston United extended their unbeaten run to four matches with a 6-1 win over Bingham Town Reserves that included a Harry Johnson hat-trick and Barrowby edged out Asha 2-1.
It was the turn of Storm Jorge to wreak havoc with the fixtures in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, but some creative scheduling and the use of Basford United and Eastwood Community’s artificial surfaces saw five games played in the Premier Division.
On Friday night a 1-1 draw between AFC Dunkirk and Woodthorpe Park Rangers saw them remain in third and fourth in the table respectively while Stapleford Town beat Calverton Miners Welfare 3-0 with goals from Joshua Watts (2) and Junior Rodriguez.
On Saturday, Wollaton moved up to fifth, level on points with and sandwiched between Woodthorpe and Burton Joyce, following a 3-1 win against Attenborough. Wollaton sealed their fifth win on the trot inside the opening 12 minutes as Adam Hassell headed home, Daniel Chadwick then struck from close range before top scorer Joshua Stevenson fired in from 30 yards. Kieran Whalin pulled one back rom the penalty spot after half an hour but that was the end of the scoring.
Bilborough Town picked up their first point since early December in a 2-2 draw with Awsworth Villa. Town went ahead through Buba Ceesay early on but the pendulum swung Villa’s way with goals from Courtney Samuels on 15 minutes and Liam Towle on 29 minutes. With just less than a quarter of an hour remaining Joey Ubido netted a deserved equaliser.
Sandiacre Town recorded their fifth draw from their last seven outings. The previous four had been 0-0 but this time both they and Eastwood CFC Development had held the lead at various stages before it ultimately ended 3-3. Keanu Stevenson (2) and Nathan Clarke were on target for Eastwood; Daniel Harries, Keaton Matharu and Perry McGrath for Town.
In the sole Division One match that survived the weather, Wollaton Reserves and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves drew 0-0, while in Division Two, a Sam Dunstan brace wasn’t enough for second-placed Ruddington Village Reserves as they went down 3-2 to Pythian. The Pythian goals were shared between Jake Kane, Nathan Robinson and Jack Storrie.
As the weather continues to play havoc with fixtures, in one of only three matches played in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Bingham Town beat Burton Joyce 4-1 to both avenge an opening day defeat and to move three points clear at the top. A Euan Sweeting double opened the scoring for Bingham, Jake Hardy and Tom Spencer got the third and fourth before Ricky Gardner picked up a consolation for Burton Joyce.
Elsewhere, Awsworth Villa beat Eastwood CFC Development 2-0 with goals from Tommy Street and Ben Watson and Sandiacre Town drew 0-0 for the fourth time in six matches, this time against Aslockton & Orston.
Ravenshead were the big winners in Division One, seeing off Radford Reserves 8-1 with a hat-trick from Martin McDonagh, a goal each for the old guard of Paul Smith, Chris Bovey and Mark Yates, and Perris Thomas and Joshua Broad also on target. Obinna Abuka replied for Radford.
Ruddington Village consolidated their claim over second place with a 3-2 win against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves while Wollaton Reserves edged past Robin Hood Colts 2-1.
Hucknall Town Development and Kirton Brickworks drew 2-2.
Keyworth United Reserves are into the final of the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy after seeing off Nottingham 3-0. Thomas Siswick set them on their way and a Conor Pauley brace sealed the victory. Unfortunately the NSL’s West Bridgford AFC won’t be joining Keyworth in the final after they went down 3-1 to FC Sez.
Eight Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, fixtures survived the onslaught of Storm Dennis. In the Premier Division, AFC Dunkirk moved up to third with a 3-1 win at Calverton Miners Welfare, thanks to goals from Luis Parkes, Jacob Consterdine and Omojiseoluwa Bankole. Substitute Dalton Stephens replied for Calvo.
Sandiacre Town and Woodthorpe Park Rangers drew a blank while Eastwood CFC Development recorded their first point since the end of October in a 1-1 draw with FC Cavaliers. Isaac Anderson notched for Eastwood with Max McLeod on target for Cavs.
In Division One, Radcliffe Olympic moved up to fifth, three points behind their opponents Beeston but with three games in hand, following a 2-1 win. Nick Levack and Joe Hegarty put Olympic two to the good, Roland Tomlinson halved the arrears for Beeston but it was ultimately too little, too late.
Robin Hood Colts came from two down against Kirton Brickworks to salvage a draw. Jamie Charlton and Ryan Ashley gave The Brickies the lead but a Jake Smith double, the second from the penalty spot, ensured the points were shared.
Bridgford United got the better of Wollaton Reserves 7-3.
In Division Two, Elston United came from behind to beat Stapleford Town Reserves 3-2. Jake Shepherd put The Saxons ahead but Ethan Jones equalised before a Kieran Adams brace gave Elston an unassailable lead, despite James Aspinall’s late strike.
Cotgrave Reserves avenged last week’s 7-1 drubbing at the hands of Pythian by beating them 1-0 away this week. 18 year-old Harry Trenham came off the bench to grab the winner.
Southwell City and Bingham Town remain locked together at the top of the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, after they won 2-0 at Magdala Amateurs and 4-2 at Stapleford Town respectively. A Calum Law double did the damage for Southwell whereas Bingham had to come from behind with goals from Tom Spencer, Jay Archer, Ed Hodgson and Euan Sweeting to claim the points. Junior Rodriguez and James Hale netted for The Saxons.
A late long range George Harrison free kick was enough to see AFC Dunkirk past Awsworth Villa 1-0 while Burton Joyce won by a similar scoreline at Sandiacre Town thanks to Macauley Tinsley.
Greg Newbold notched just before the break and Scott Carlile in the second period for Wollaton to give them a 2-0 win over Aslockton & Orston to continue their run of form that has seen them lose only once in their last 11 outings.
Lee Potts grabbed a hat-trick for Keyworth United as they saw off Calverton Miners Welfare 4-0, who had Corey Ashley sent off. Scott Litchfield was also on target.
Cotgrave beat Bilborough Town 2-0 with goals from Kyle Waddell and Lucus Cotterill while Attenborough’s new management team continued their 100% start by edging out Eastwood CFC Development 1-0 thanks to substitute Adam Kemp.
Leaders AFC Top Valley stay unbeaten in Division One as a Jake Gunn hat-trick plus one from Joe Gunn saw them past Bridgford United 4-1. A Will Rainford brace helped Ruddington Village on their way to 4-0 win over West Bridgford AFC.
Ben Knight also bagged a brace for Beeston as they moved into third with a 4-2 victory against Robin Hood Colts while Martin McDonagh scored two for Ravenshead as they shared the points with Gedling Southbank in a 3-3 draw.
Also scoring two were Brett Soiza for Radcliffe Olympic, in their 4-1 win at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves, and Rich Willatt for Kirton Brickworks, as they saw off Radford Reserves 3-2.
Southwell City Reserves beat Hucknall Town Reserves 2-0.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves suffered their first defeat of the season as a Jay Copper double for Asha saw them to a 2-1 win. That allowed United Grays to extend their lead to six points with a 5-0 win at Burton Joyce Reserves, including a Tyrone Gray brace.
Stapleford Town Reserves missed the chance to take second place as they went down 4-1 to AFC Dunkirk Reserves while Thomas Siswick scored three and Matt Webster two for Keyworth United Reserves as they came away from Ravenshead Reds with a 7-2 win.
Pythian also notched seven, seeing off Cotgrave Reserves 7-1, including two goals for both Jack Storrie and Michael Lindsay.
Ryan Mills scored four for Clifton All Whites Development but it wasn’t enough to claim all three points as they ultimately drew 6-6 with Barrowby.
Elston United won 4-2 against Beeston Old Boys Association and Bingham Town Reserves overcame Bilborough Town Community 5-0.
After their cup exploits in the week, Bingham Town entered the weekend leading the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company. However, despite winning 1-0 against Sandiacre Town, courtesy of a first half Tom Spencer penalty, they were leapfrogged by Southwell City who now have a better goal difference after beating Eastwood CFC Development 7-0. Dan Gleeson and Bradley Peace-McDonald scored two apiece alongside efforts from Callum Barnes, Calum Law and Stewart Gill.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers consolidated third place with a 4-0 in over Awsworth Villa thanks to doubles from Connor Carter and Markell Bailey while AFC Dunkirk slipped up at home to Wollaton, going down 1-0 with Steve Ahern getting the only goal of the game.
A hat-trick from Josh Gardner helped Burton Joyce on their way to a 5-3 win against Cotgrave. Reece Campbell and Macauley Tinsley were also on target; Lucus Cotterill with a hat-trick of his own in reply.
The dubious goals panel might be called into action as Ryan Tinsley is claiming he scored both goals in Keyworth United’s 2-1 win over Aslockton & Orston where the first is currently officially listed as an own goal. James Hallam netted for The Cranmers.
Stapleford Town won 3-1 at Calverton Miners Welfare in their first game since parting with Adam Campbell as manager. The Saxons’ goals were shared between Joel Howes, Junior Rodriguez and Jack Upton.
Attenborough’s new management team maintained their 100% start by coming out of a topsy-turvy game against Magdala Amateurs as 3-2 winners with goals from Jamie Hannis, Sam Poole and Chris Beighton. Tom Lawson and Ryan MacMillan were The Budgies’ scorers.
FC Cavaliers doubled their win tally for the season by seeing off Bilborough Town 3-0 thanks to Zibusiso Sibanda (2) and Blessing Adeleye, going above their opponents in the table in the process.
AFC Top Valley continued their imperious form in Division One as Joe Gunn and Nathan Atkins gave them a 2-0 win at Kirton Brickworks.
Ruddington Village are up to second after they won 3-1 at Wollaton Reserves while West Bridgford AFC suffered a 1-0 home reverse at the hands of Southwell City Reserves.
Gedling Southbank are up to fifth following a 3-0 win over Radford Reserves and Bridgford United made it back-to-back wins as a Tony Wilson brace helped them to a 3-2 victory at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Macauley Spencer (2) and Joshua Henry put Hucknall Town Development three to the good at Robin Hood Colts but the home side fought back through Nathan Taylor, Mark Barnaby and Jordan Smith to claim a share of the spoils in a game that finished nine-a-side.
In Division Two, with leaders United Grays drawing 2-2 at Clifton All Whites Development, Ruddington Village Reserves closed the gap to three points with four games in hand with a 3-2 win over Barrowby.
Stapleford Town Reserves stayed in touch with a the top two with a 5-1 win over Bingham Town Reserves that included a brace for James Aspinall while Tom Siswick also bagged two for Keyworth United Reserves as they overcame Asha 5-2.
Macauley Read scored a hat-trick on debut to give Cotgrave Reserves a 3-0 win at home to Burton Joyce Reserves while Ravenshead Reds won 2-1 at Bilborough Town Community.
Pythian and Elston United drew 1-1 and AFC Dunkirk Reserves saw off Beeston Old Boys Association 5-0 on Friday night.
Bingham Town and Southwell City are level on points at the top of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, Supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division after they both won and previous leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers lost. Bingham’s goal difference is two better than Southwell’s, helped by a 3-0 win over Awsworth Villa, with goals from Michael Lucas, Jake Hardy and Euan Sweeting. A Calum Law hat-trick and one from Bradley Peace-McDonald put City four to the good at Bilborough Town but late strikes from Cardel Lubban and Poly Orjiewulu meant it finished 4-2.
Woodthorpe went down 3-1 at Keyworth United with Scott Litchfield, Lee Potts and Carey Knight scoring for the hosts. Markell Bailey replied for Rangers.
AFC Dunkirk are now level with Woodthorpe after coming from behind to beat Stapleford Town 5-3, which turned out to be Adam Campbell’s last match in charge of the Saxons. Nathaniel Appiah put Dunkirk ahead but Michael Robb and Junior Rodriguez turned the tables to give Stapleford a 2-1 half time lead. Appiah’s second levelled matters midway through the second half but Sam Harbottle restored Town’s advantage from the penalty spot. Danny Blanchard got Dunkirk’s second equaliser with fifteen minutes remaining before Luis Parkes and Jack Harrison sealed the win in the closing stages.
Joshua Stevenson and Scott Carlile gave Wollaton a 2-0 win at FC Cavaliers while Cotgrave made it eight games unbeaten with a stalemate at Sandiacre Town.
Attenborough’s new management team made it two wins from two as they saw off Calverton Miners Welfare 4-2. Adam Martin bagged a brace alongside Sam Poole and Adam Gillott efforts for Boro. Mark Draycott and Jason Hodson netted for Calvo, who had Dane Bennett sent off.
A solitary Pierce Hallam goal saw Aslockton & Orston to a 1-0 win at Magdala Amateurs.
The NSL will have two representatives in the semi-finals of the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy after West Bridgford AFC won 3-2 at Blidworth Welfare Red, including a brace for Marcus Browne, and a Thomas Siswick double helped Keyworth United Reserves to a 4-1 win over Fernwood Foxes.
Robin Hood Colts and Ruddington Village’s involvement in the competition came to an end, however, after they went out 4-1 to Nottingham and 5-4 on penalties to FC Sez, following a 2-2 draw, respectively.
Asha have made it to the final of the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup South with a 4-0 triumph in their semi-final against Stenson with goals from Sam Taylor (2), Lee Dixon and Jay Cooper.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley came from 2-1 behind at half time to win 4-2 at Southwell City Reserves. Beeston equalised twice but ultimately fell just short as Gedling Southbank ran out 3-2 winners.
Roderik Valko and Tony Willson both scored twice for Bridgford United in their 5-2 win over Hucknall Town Development.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves lifted themselves off the foot of the table by beating Ravenshead 4-1 and Wollaton Reserves edged out Kirton Brickworks 2-1.
In Division Two, leaders United Grays consolidated top spot with an 8-1 win at Bilborough Town Community. Stapleford Town Reserves are six points behind but with three games in hand following their 4-0 win over Elston United that included a brace for James Aspinall.
Ruddington Village Reserves are two points further back but with two more games in hand. They were 4-3 winners at Clifton All Whites Development; Daniel Turner and Samuel Dunstan scored two apiece for Rudd, Ryan Mills netted twice for Clifton.
Jack Storrie bagged a brace for Pythian in their 3-1 win over Bingham Town Reserves and Shaun Smith netted a hat-trick for Beeston Old Boys Association as they overcame Barrowby 4-0.
Burton Joyce Reserves recorded their first win of the season as an Oliver Yeatman strike saw them beat Ravenshead Reds 1-0 and AFC Dunkirk Reserves leapfrogged Cotgrave Reserves in the table wih a 4-0 win over them on Friday night.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers moved back to the top of the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, as a Markell Bailey effort saw them past Wollaton 1-0 while previous incumbents Southwell City could only draw 3-3 at FC Cavaliers. City went ahead through Ben Selby but they were pegged back before the break by Zibusiso Sibanda. A Bradley Peace-McDonald brace put Southwell back in the ascendency by the hour mark but then two goals within the 82nd minute from Blessing Adeleye and Abdou Cole restored parity and that’s how it stayed.
AFC Dunkirk were unable to make up any ground on the top two as they went down 2-1 at Cotgrave. Second half goals from Ben Gathercole and Kyle Waddell did the damage for the home side with Kieran Diver’s late strike for Dunkirk proving a mere consolation.
Josh Gardner scored his second goal in as many games to hand Burton Joyce a 1-0 win at Calverton Miners Welfare while Keyworth United saw off Bilborough Town 3-0 thanks to Scott Litchfield (2) and Lee Potts.
Attenborough’s new management team picked up three points at the first time of asking as they came away from Stapleford Town with a 3-2 win. Sam Poole opened the scoring for Boro before Adam Hassell levelled matters with his head. A hectic seven minute spell midway through the second half saw Bailey Walker put the visitors back in front then Danny Beardsley double the lead before Michael Robb halved the arrears but that was the last of the scoring.
Magdala Amateurs recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season as they overcame Eastwood CFC Development 4-1 with goals from Tom Haw (2), Matt Daley and Ellis Carter. Mitchell Williams pulled one back for Eastwood with the last kick of the game.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley remain 13 points clear at the top after they won 2-1 at Radford Reserves while second placed West Bridgford AFC came away from Robin Hood Colts as 4-2 victors, including a brace for Marcus Browne.
Beeston saw off Hucknall Town Development 3-0 and there were two goals apiece for Joe Hegarty and Jack Millward for Radcliffe Olympic in their 6-2 win over Bridgford United.
Kirton Brickworks won 2-0 at Southwell City Reserves.
United Grays extended their lead in Division Two to six points following their 2-1 win over Keyworth United Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves drawing 2-2 with AFC Dunkirk Reserves.
Ruddington Village are a further two points behind after their 1-0 victory against Cotgrave Reserves but they have five games in hand over the division leaders.
John Revell grabbed a hat-trick for Barrowby as they came away from Bilborough Town Community with a 7-1 win.
Pythian edged past Elston United 2-1 while Brad Martin notched twice for Ravenshead Reds in their 6-1 win over Clifton All Whites Development.
Shaun Smith also bagged a brace for Beeston Old Boys Association as they beat bottom club Burton Joyce Reserves 3-1.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, the Premier Division leaders on Saturday morning, Bingham Town, were in Notts FA Senior Cup action against Ashland Rovers of the Central Midlands League. The NSL side were convincing 4-1 victors thanks to a brace from Tom Spencer and a goal each for Euan Sweeting and Jake Hardy thereby setting up an intriguing clash with Carlton Town in the next round.
Bingham’s cup exploits gave Woodthorpe Park Rangers an opportunity to steal top spot and they duly did so with a 3-1 win over reigning champions Stapleford Town. Darren Oldham scored for Rangers either side of Harry Oldershaw’s free kick for Town in the first half. Markell Bailey sealed the win late on.
Southwell City are level on points with Woodthorpe at the top following their 2-0 win at Burton Joyce thanks to second half goals from Ant Brown and Ben Selby. Danny Blanchard, Kieron Diver, George Harrison and Alex Beno were all on target for AFC Dunkirk in their 4-1 win at Bilborough Town; Wiktor Majewski with the home side’s reply.
Two goals apiece for Stephen Chaplin and Dan Chadwick gave Wollaton a 4-0 win at Calverton Miners Welfare while Lucus Cotterill scored a first half hat trick and Kyle Waddell a brace in the second period for Cotgrave in their 5-1 victory against Magdala Amateurs.
After being 3-1 down at Keyworth United, Awsworth Villa battled back to claim a 3-3 draw with goals from Ben Watson, Daniel Roberts and Danny Carter. Roberts had previously put through his own net to give Keyworth the lead with Lee Potts and Jake Fisher adding to their tally.
Sandiacre Town edged past Attenborough 4-3. Jack Warner both scored and got sent off for Sandiacre; Jordan Leonardi (2) and Thomas Mellors were also on target. Adam Martin, Thomas O’Regan and Kieran Whalin netted for Boro.
A James Hallam penalty put Aslockton & Orston ahead early in their encounter with Eastwood CFC Development but the visitors struck back soon after through Isaac Anderson-Raymond. A Chris Aldred header put Aslockton back in front after the break but Eastwood equalised again when Mitchell Williams converted a penalty. A James Langridge free kick with five minutes to go meant Aslockton picked up all three points in a 3-2 win.
AFC Top Valley maintained their 10 point lead in Division One as they edged past Hucknall Town Development 3-2 while second placed West Bridgford AFC won 4-1 at Kirton Brickworks.
Ruddington Village are two points behind West Bridgford with two games in hand following their 3-0 win at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Beeston continued the form that saw them crowned Euro Soccer Company Division One Team of the Month for December as they won 2-0 at Bridgford United.
Gedling Southbank beat Radcliffe Olympic 1-0 while Southwell City Reserves came from two down to draw 2-2 at Wollaton Reserves.
Ravenshead saw off Robin Hood Colts 3-0.
The results in Division Two were notable for the fact that in each of the six fixtures the home side scored two goals. For league leaders United Grays this was in the form of a 2-0 win at home to AFC Dunkirk Reserves.
Stapleford Town Reserves, in second, and Ruddington Village Reserves, in third, both won 2-1 against Keyworth United Reserves and Asha respectively.
Cotgrave Reserves’ 4-2 victory at Clifton All Whites Development included a goal for David Cyrek which meant he has netted for the Cotgrave club at least once in each of the last four decades.
Elston United came from behind to win 3-2 at Beeston Old Boys Association and Barrowby beat Bingham Town Reserves 2-0.
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.