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.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Stapleford Town recorded only their second draw of the season as they were held 1-1 by AFC Dunkirk. James Hunter put Stapleford ahead on 10 minutes but Kieran Diver levelled with a header only four minutes later and that’s how the score stayed.
None of the next three teams in the table, Bingham Town, Awsworth Villa and Southwell City were able to gain any ground, however, after they all drew their respective matches too. Bingham had to come from two down at home to Keyworth United to salvage a point. Cameron Gray and Macauley Tinsley had put the visitors ahead but Mike Jepps and Ed Hodgson restored parity.
Awsworth drew 1-1 with Attenborough. Daniel Morgan netting for Villa; Ryan Whelan for Boro. Southwell City also drew 1-1, with Calverton Miners Welfare. Mathew Newton put Calvo ahead on a quarter of an hour but the lead lasted barely five minutes as Bradley Peace-McDonald steered home a Chris Bowles free kick.
Two first half Edwin Towers goals saw Aslockton & Orston past Eastwood CFC Development 2-0. Sandiacre Town squandered a two goal lead, both from Daniel Clark, at home to Wollaton, but they had substitute Jack Warner to thank as he struck a late winner, making it 3-2.
After initially taking the lead, Magdala Amateurs had to come from behind to rescue a point in a 2-2 draw with Radcliffe Olympic. Tom Haw grabbed both for The Budgies, Jordan Wright with a brace for Olympic.
Bilborough Town moved a further place away from the bottom of the table, up to 15th, with a 3-2 win at Gedling Southbank on Friday night.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers march on in Division One as they saw off Southwell City Reserves 5-0 with the goals shared between Markell Bailey, Dean Bussey, Darren Oldham, Kieran Wheat and Conor Carter.
Second-placed Ravenshead continued their promotion push with a 7-1 win at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves, including two goals apiece for Brent Horton, Martin McDonagh and Paul Smith.
They weren’t the division’s biggest winners, however, as Liam Honeyman struck four and Cole Oliver two in Bridgford United’s 8-0 demolition of Radford Reserves.
Basford United Community and Burton Joyce remain level on points after the two sides drew 1-1. Joshua Dixon scored a hat-trick for AFC Bridgford in their 5-1 win at Wollaton Reserves.
Beeston lost 4-3 for the second time in four days. After heartbreak in the NSL Senior Cup semi-final against Stapleford Town in midweek it was Bestwood Miners Welfare who inflicted defeat in the league.
The new management team at Awsworth Villa Reserves were delighted to see their charges win 2-1 against Mansfield Hosiery Mills while Fraser Cannon Brownlie and Daniel Neary shared the goals for Ruddington Village in a 4-1 win over Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, a Benjamin Cummings hat-trick helped leaders AFC Top Valley on their way to a 6-0 victory against Cotgrave Reserves. They remain four points ahead of Newark Flowserve Reserves, who won 5-2 at Barrowby, but have played three more games.
George Camps hit five and there were hat-tricks for Jake Smith and Nick Westerman as Robin Hood Colts dispatched Sneinton Town 15-1 while Luke Denham grabbed an injury time winner for Clifton All Whites Development in an 11 goal thriller against Nottingham Community.
Bingham Town Reserves came from behind in the last five minutes to beat AFC Clifton 2-1 and Ruddington Village Reserves saw off Ravenshead Reserves 3-1 on Friday night.
Robin Hood Colts make it into the Junior Cup Final
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Robin Hood Colts were the first team to seal their place in a league cup final following their 1-0 win over Ruddington Village Reserves in the NSL Junior Cup semi-final at Sherwood Fields. Daniel Tyson struck in the second half and his side held on for the win.
In the Premier Division, Bingham Town are up to second following a 4-0 win over Attenborough, with goals from Mike Jepps (2), Jay Archer and Jake Hardy.
Aslockton & Orston battled to a 3-2 win over Gedling Southbank. James Hallam gave The Cranmers the lead inside five minutes but Thomas Jeffries levelled soon after. A Julian Joachim double gave Aslockton some breathing space before the interval. Jeffries got his second on 88 minutes to make for a nervy finish but the hosts held on.
FC Cavaliers won by a similar scoreline against Magdala Amateurs with a David Kolapo brace helping them on their way. Zibusiso Sibanda the other Cavs scorer.
In a game where the pendulum continually swung from team to team, Wollaton were eventual 4-3 winners over Radcliffe Olympic with Greg Wedge completing his hat-trick in the dying moments to seal the points. Ryan Bowen was also on target for Wollo; Jordan Wright (2) and Morgan Remnant for Radcliffe.
In Division One, Bestwood Miners Welfare and Ravenshead shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. David Froggatt and Gary Harris netted for Bestwood, Brent Horton and Dan Phillips for Ravenshead.
Southwell City Reserves came away from Radford Reserves with a 5-0 victory thanks to Samuel Robinson (2), Liam Gleeson, Tiernan Shevlin and Rory Brown.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills won 4-0 against Wollaton Reserves while Henry Sainsbury’s hat-trick for Beeston wasn’t quite enough to claim all three points for his side, as they drew 4-4 with Awsworth Villa Reserves.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley stretched their lead to four points with a 3-0 win over Keyworth United Development and a Joshua Watts brace helped Stapleford Town Reserves edge past Nottingham Community 3-2.
Clifton All Whites Development drew 1-1 with Bingham Town Reserves and Cotgrave Reserves won 4-1 at AFC Clifton.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City took advantage of the team’s above them not being in action by moving back into the top four with a 2-0 win at Wollaton. Calum Law opened the scoring on 10 minutes with Liam Moran sealing the points just before the break.
Zibusiso Sibanda struck a hat-trick for FC Cavaliers as his side were convincing 6-0 winners at Attenborough. Raheim Goodall, Mustapha John and Kamar Davis were also on target.
Aslockton & Orston made it three wins on the trot by seeing off Magdala Amateurs 4-0. Rob Larkin gave the visitors a half time lead and Ed Towers doubled the advantage on the hour mark. Larkin grabbed his second soon after then, not to be outdone by his teammate, Towers put the icing on the cake.
Calverton Miners Welfare picked up a much needed win, their first since the end of January, by edging past Eastwood CFC Development 3-2. Captain Barry Payne headed Calvo in front midway through the first half with Ethan Hunter extending the lead with 20 minutes remaining. Kallum Greaves pulled one back for Eastwood from the spot but Mathew Newton briefly calmed the host’s nerves by restoring the two goal lead on 85 minutes. Danny Tring immediately replied to set up a tense finish but Calverton held on for all three points.
Thomas Jeffries gave Gedling Southbank an early lead at home to Sandiacre Town but the visitors struck back through Jordan Leonardi, Perry McGrath and Jordan Smith. Tyler Cook reduced the arrears before getting sent off and Sandiacre held on for the 3-2 win.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers and Bridgford United renewed their rivalries from last season with the current leaders coming out on top 5-2. Second placed Ravenshead won by a similar scoreline against Ruddington Village with Brent Horton on target twice.
Bestwood Miners Welfare and Mansfield Hosiery Mills drew 1-1 in the only other Division One match to survive the weather on Saturday but on Friday night Basford United Community saw off Beeston 6-2 with two goals apiece for Gregory Moulopoulos, Alex Goodall and Ewan Hill.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley have a slender lead in the table following a 1-1 draw with Bingham Town Reserves. Second-placed Newark Flowserve Reserves came from behind to beat Cotgrave Reserves 4-1, including a hat-trick for Leighton Nicholson, to move within one point of Top Valley.
Ruddington Village Reserves edged out Stapleford Town Reserves 3-2 and Ashley James grabbed a hat-trick for Robin Hood Colts in their 8-1 win at Sneinton Town.
Barrowby won 2-0 at Keyworth United Development while Elston United beat Nottingham Community 1-0.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, hat-tricks from Joshua Watts and Mitchell Robinson gave leaders Stapleford Town their fifth consecutive win as they mirrored last week’s result by overcoming FC Cavaliers 7-1. Junior Rodriguez was also on target for Stapleford, who have now opened an eight point gap at the top of the table; Zibusiso Sibanda with a long range consolation for Cavs.
Bingham Town are now level on points with second-placed Awsworth Villa after beating them 4-1. Mike Jepps (2), Ed Hodgson and Tom Spencer did the damage for Bingham, who have three games in hand over their opponents; Jake Fisher replied for Villa.
Cotgrave threw away a 3-1 half time lead as they went down 4-3 to neighbours Keyworth United. Scott Litchfield turned the game around for Keyworth with a hat-trick, alongside a Cameron Gray strike; Ben Gathercole, Adam Gray and Kyle Waddell netted in the first period for Cotgrave.
Danny Blanchard and Sam Harbottle gave AFC Dunkirk a 2-0 win at Attenborough while Aslockton & Orston came back from two down to beat Calverton Miners Welfare 5-2. Matt Newton and Stephen Cox put Calvo ahead but Julian Joachim and Freddie Daws levelled matters. Joachim went on to complete his hat-trick then substitute Edwin Towers put the icing on the cake.
It had been honours even when the two sides met a week ago but Sandiacre Town dominated Magdala Amateurs this time, winning 4-0 with two goals apiece for Stephen Bonel and Jordan Smith.
Bilborough Town are out of the bottom two for the first time in a long time after they came from behind twice to beat Gedling Southbank 3-2. A Law brace, including one from the penalty spot, and a Cardell Labban strike sealed the points for Town. Daniel Hogg and Thomas Jeffries netted for Gedling.
In Division One, both Markell Bailey and Conor Carter scored four for Woodthorpe Park Rangers as the leaders saw off Kirton Brickworks 9-3. Connor Scott-Parkin was the other Rangers scorer; Kyle Clarkson got all three for the Brickies.
Burton Joyce beat Ruddington Village 4-2 and Basford United Community moved within two points of their opponents, Southwell City Reserves, with a 5-0 win.
AFC Bridgford made it three wins on the trot by seeing off Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 5-1 while Beeston came back from two down to draw 2-2 with Selston Reserves.
Radford Reserves beat Bestwood Miners Welfare 2-1.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy Ruddington Village Reserves bowed out with a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Sherwood Colliery Reserves.
In Division Two, Newark Flowserve Reserves replaced AFC Top Valley at the top of the table, albeit only on goal difference, following their 2-1 win at Keyworth United Development. Top Valley went down 4-2 to Robin Hood Colts.
Clifton All Whites Development are up to fourth after a Clarence Tarpeh hat-trick helped them on their way to a 4-1 win at Nottingham Community while Bingham Town Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves played out a stalemate.
AFC Clifton and Barrowby drew 1-1 and Ravenshead Reserves won 5-0 at Sneinton Town.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Adam Hassell reached the 30 goal mark for the season as his hat-trick helped Premier Division leaders Stapleford Town to a 7-1 home win against Radcliffe Olympic. Emmett Edwards’ brace and goals from Benjamin Smedley and Mitchell Robinson also contributed to the scoreline, after Callum Thorpe had given the visitors an early lead.
Awsworth Villa consolidated second place with a 5-0 win at Gedling Southbank thanks to two goals apiece for Jake and Kasey Fisher and one from Daniel Towle.
Bingham Town are up to third after they came away from AFC Dunkirk with a 4-3 win. Town’s goals were shared between Mike Jepps, Tom Spencer, Jay Archer and Michael Carpenter. George Harrison converted a penalty alongside a Brett Soiza brace for Dunkirk.
Southwell City slip to fourth after they could only draw with FC Cavaliers on Friday night. Anthony Brown opened the scoring for City but Kamar Davis ensured it was honours even.
Joshua Stevenson was on target twice for Wollaton as his side edged past Keyworth United 3-2. Matthew Eastwood also netted for the home side; Cameron Gray and Scott Litchfield replied for Keyworth.
Shea Gough put Bilborough Town ahead away at Aslockton & Orston but Julian Joachim restored parity. With time running out Cardell Labban struck to make it 2-1 to Bilborough, securing the three points.
In an eventful match at Calverton Miners Welfare, Attenborough fell behind to a Barry Payne goal. Mark Green and Elliott Pitt then put Boro 2-1 up but Green also received his marching orders. Alex Clarson was dismissed for two cautionable offences for Calvo before Dane Bennett grabbed a last minute equaliser.
Sandiacre Town and Magdala Amateurs also drew 2-2.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers continued their dominance with a hard fought 2-0 win at Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Both Brent Horton and Adam Martin scored twice as second-placed Ravenshead beat Kirton Brickworks 5-0.
Kyle Pemberton bagged a brace for Bridgford United in their 3-0 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves while Gary Harris struck a hat-trick for Bestwood Miners Welfare as they saw off Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 6-2.
Joshua Dixon netted twice for AFC Bridgford in their 4-0 win over Selston Reserves and Ruddington Village edged past Radford Reserves 1-0.
In an all-NSL Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy tie Burton Joyce knocked out Beeston 3-0 with two goals from Ricky Gardner and one from Bradley Woodcock.
In Division Two, Newark Flowserve Reserves are up to second on goal difference, breaking the 100 goal barrier in the process, as they won 5-2 at Bingham Town Reserves. A Preston Robinson brace saw Clifton All Whites Development past Barrowby 2-1.
Ravenshead Reserves beat Elston United 3-1 and Sneinton Town won by a similar scoreline at Nottingham Community.
The last two places in the NSL Junior Cup semi-finals were decided as Ruddington Village Reserves won 3-0 at AFC Clifton and Keyworth United Development knocked out Stapleford Town Reserves 5-3.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Stapleford Town opened up a five point gap at the top of the Premier Division with a 2-1 win against Sandiacre Town on Friday night. Jack Upton set the ball rolling for Stapleford and Adam Hassell doubled the advantage from the penalty spot after Benjamin Smedley had been brought down just inside the box. Sandiacre reduced the arrears via the head of Jack Bull not long after the break but they couldn’t quite make it back to level terms.
Awsworth Villa are up to second, leapfrogging their opponents Southwell City in the process, thanks to a 3-0 win with all the goals coming from Jake Fisher.
Villa also moved above Cotgrave, who let a two goal lead slip to lose 3-2 to FC Cavaliers. Lee Potts and Lucus Cotterill had put the home side ahead but a brace from David Kolapo and one from Abdou Cole sealed the points for Cavs.
After their 16 game unbeaten record came to an end in midweek Bingham Town got back to winning ways, overcoming Gedling Southbank 6-2. Tom Spencer grabbed a hat-trick, Mike Jepps two and Jay Archer one for Bingham; Thomas Jeffries and Corey Woodhouse replied for Gedling.
After going two down at AFC Dunkirk, Edwin Towers and James Hallam levelled matters for Aslockton & Orston but it was ultimately in vain as the home side went on to win 4-2. Dunkirk’s goals were scored by George Harrison (2), Neil Thompson and Brett Soiza.
A Paul Ireson hat-trick gave Attenborough a 3-0 half time lead at home to Eastwood CFC Development but the visitors, who had Dalton Stephens sent off, struck back through Greg Conn (2) and Dany Tring to take a share of the spoils.
A goal in each half, from Mathew Daley and Tom Haw, was sufficient to see Magdala Amateurs past Wollaton 2-0.
Having picked up their first point since early November in midweek, manager Chris Bennett, appointed in December, now has his first win under his belt after his charges saw off Calverton Miners Welfare 2-1. Kyle Nicholson and Kieran Wall gave Radcliffe a 2-0 half time lead, Calvo pulled one back through Stephen Cox but Olympic held on for the win.
In Division One, after suffering their first defeat of the season last weekend, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers made amends with a 5-1 win at Selston Reserves, including a brace for Markell Bailey.
Ravenshead held onto second place as they won by a similar scoreline on Friday night against Mansfield Hosiery Mills with a hat-trick from Brent Horton and two from Martin McDonagh.
Samuel Robinson scored two for Southwell City Reserves in their 5-2 victory over Awsworth Villa Reserves but the weekend’s biggest winners were Burton Joyce who dispatched Kimberley Miners Welfare 13-0, including hat-tricks for Mark Faflik, Dean Gent and Nathan Francis.
Liam Honeyman bagged a brace for Bridgford United in their 4-2 win over Kirton Brickworks and Ewan Hill did likewise for Basford United Community in their 5-0 win over Bestwood Miners Welfare.
Beeston beat Wollaton Reserves 5-1 and AFC Bridgford came away from Radford Reserves with a 1-0 victory.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley have opened up a three point lead following their 7-1 win over AFC Clifton while Ruddington Village Reserves went down 3-1 to Keyworth United Development.
Newark Flowserve Reserves are a further three points behind but with two games in hand after they beat Sneinton Town 2-0.
Robin Hood Colts saw off Nottingham Community 3-0 and Barrowby overcame Elston United 2-1.