In the Samba Nottinghamshire senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City maintained their two point lead in the Premier Division with a 2-0 win over AFC Dunkirk. Jonathan Nussey opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the first half following a foul on George Caudwell. Debutant Bradley McDonald sealed the points after 66 minutes.
Stapleford Town continue to display their title credentials, sitting in second with four games in hand over Southwell. Adam Hassall guided them to their eighth consecutive league victory, 5-1 at Radcliffe Olympic, with his second hat-trick in as many weeks. Stapleford led 1-0 at half-time thanks to a deflected goal from Hassall in the 40th minute. The away side extended their lead moments into the second half, Hassall scoring yet again. Radcliffe reduced the deficit moments later but Jordan Wright’s effort proved only to be a consolation as Stapleford marched to victory with goals from Jeremy Millensted, Luke Guadagni and finally Hassall for his hat-trick.
Cotgrave consolidated third place with a 2-0 win at Aslockton & Orston. Lee Potts put the visitors ahead in the first half with Jack Sykes-Wood doubling the advantage after the break.
Awsworth Villa’s poor form continued as they threw away a two goal lead to go down 4-2 at home to FC Cavaliers. Jay Knight and Ben Watson had put Villa ahead but a Liam Taylor hat-trick and one from Reece Campbell turned the match around.
Bingham Town made it 12 league games unbeaten as a Mike Jepps double helped them on their way to a 3-1 win over Eastwood CFC Development. Ed Hodgson was also on target for Town, Kallum O’Dowd for Eastwood.
Magdala Amateurs followed up beating the league leaders last weekend with a topsy-turvy 4-4 draw at Attenborough. Boro took the lead initially but a hat-trick from Tom Haw and a Mathew Daley strike put the Budgies ahead, only to be pegged back by an equaliser with the last kick of the game. The host’s goals were shared between Paul Ireson, George Wilkinson, Adam Martin and Leyton Nethercot.
Sandiacre Town edged past Calverton Miners Welfare 3-2. Jordan Smith lobbed Town into the lead then doubled the advantage soon after. Calvo struck back through Mathew Newton and Ryan Easom but Jordan Leonardi settled matters in Sandiacre’s favour late on.
The top two in Division One both won. There were two goals apiece for Dean Bussey and Markell Bailey for leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers in their 5-2 win at Wollaton Reserves while Bridgford United overcame Kimberley Miners Welfare 4-0.
Third placed Burton Joyce went two down at home to Radford Reserves, surged back to take the lead but ultimately drew 3-3. Ravenshead moved to within three points of BJ with their third win on the trot, 3-2 at Selston Reserves.
Southwell City Reserves found themselves a goal down at the break away at Ruddington Village but a six minute hat-trick from substitute Adam Allsopp in the last quarter of an hour of the match gave them a 3-1 victory.
A Joshua Dixon brace gave AFC Bridgford a 2-1 win at home to Basford United Community and there were four goals for Henry Sainsbury for Beeston in their 6-1 defeat of Kirton Brickworks.
Bestwood Miners Welfare beat Awsworth Villa Reserves 2-0.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley opened up a three point gap at the top after they beat Barrowby 4-0 while Ruddington Village Reserves lost 5-2 at Robin Hood Colts. Top Valley have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three home matches, this time with Daniel Clamp, usually an outfielder, between the sticks. Jake Smith and Daniel Tyson both notched twice for Robin Hood.
Newark Flowserve Reserves’ eight game winning streak came to an end as they went down 2-1 to Clifton All Whites Development.
Dennis Simms and Emmet Edwards both bagged a brace for Stapleford Town Reserves as their side beat AFC Clifton 5-0 while Kyle Waddell and Kieron Burrows both went one better by scoring hat-tricks for Cotgrave Reserves in a 6-2 win over Nottingham Community.
William Cox was on target twice for Ravenshead Reserves in their 4-1 defeat of Sneinton Town.
Southwell City’s lead in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division is down to two points after they lost 1-0 at Magdala Amateurs while Stapleford Town triumphed 4-2 in a tempestuous encounter at Calverton Miners Welfare. Calverton had twice led in the match with James Davis putting them ahead after an Adam Hassell penalty had cancelled out Ethan Hunter’s opener. The hosts were down to nine men at this point as Alex Clarson had received his marching orders for a late tackle in the first half and Ethan Hunter went following an altercation with James McKeever that also saw the Stapleford player sent for an early bath. Hassall levelled from the spot once more after George Scrivener had brought him down in the box. A late Mitchell Robinson header and Hassall tapping in for his hat-trick completed the turnaround.
Ryan Clements struck for Magdala in the 87th minute to secure the points against Southwell, after it looked like his side’s chance had gone following an earlier missed penalty.
Cotgrave consolidated third place with a 2-0 win at Gedling Southbank but had to ride their luck at 0-0 when the hosts missed a penalty. Gethyn Tustin and Harvey Grice were the scorers.
Kieran Driver set AFC Dunkirk on their way to a 5-0 win against Awsworth Villa. There was also two apiece for Danny Blanchard and Lorcan Hickey.
Bingham Town made it 12 league games unbeaten with a hard-fought 2-1 win at Sandiacre Town. An Ed Hodgson lob put Bingham in the ascendency before they were pegged back by Jordan Smith. Mike Jepps put the visitors ahead for good in the second half.
New Radcliffe Olympic manager Chris Bennett was close to seeing his new side pick up their first points under his guidance but two late Keyworth United goals from Cameron Gray and Scott Litchfield dashed his hopes.
Aslockton & Orston came from to down to Attenborough to win 4-2. Adam Martin and Liam McCormack put Boro ahead but doubles from Julian Joachim and Rob Lakin saw the visitors take the spoils.
Wollaton ran out 5-0 winners at Bilborough Town with goals from Reece Strode (2), Joshua Stevenson, Adam Whitemore and Fady Benattayallam while, on Friday night, FC Cavaliers edged past Eastwood CFC Development 1-0 thanks to David Kolapo.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers’ lead in Division One is up to 19 points following their 4-0 win at Bestwood Miners Welfare, with the goals shared between Markell Bailey, Dean Bussey, Adam Forry and Connor Carter.
Second placed Burton Joyce slipped to only their third defeat of the season, 2-0 at Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Blake Vincent scored his first goal for the Millers alongside an own goal.
Alex Goodall and substitute Zudane Rico Richardson gave Basford United Community a 2-0 win at Wollaton Reserves.
Kirton Brickworks equalised in the 88th minute at AFC Bridgford to take a share of the points in a 3-3 draw and Awsworth Villa Reserves similarly levelled late on in their 2-2 draw with Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Southwell City Reserves beat Radford Reserves while Beeston went one better with a 5-1 win over Selston Reserves.
The top two in Division Two at the start of the day, AFC Top Valley and Ruddington Village Reserves, swapped places despite both sides winning. Ruddington’s goal difference is one better than Top Valley’s after they won 4-0 at home to Barrowby while Alex MacPhee’s side beat AFC Clifton 5-2, including a hat-trick for Ben Cummings.
Stapleford Town Reserves edged out Ravenshead Reserves 1-0 but there were goals aplenty in all the other games: Daniel Tyson grabbed a hat-trick for Robin Hood Colts in their 11-0 win at Nottingham Community, Callum Barnes scored four for Newark Flowserve Reserves as they overcame Kirton Brickworks Reserves 8-1 and there were three apiece for Jack Palmer and Thomas Siswick for Keyworth United Development as they saw off Magdala Amateurs Reserves 9-0.
Elston United beat Sneinton Town 6-0 and Bingham Town Reserves won 5-0 against Cotgrave Reserves.
Southwell City’s lead in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company is down to five points after they only managed a stalemate at Sandiacre Town, while Stapleford Town edged past Awsworth Villa 3-2. Jake Fisher gave Villa a half time lead, but Stapleford struck back through Joshua Watts not long after the restart. Fisher restored Awsworth’s advantage only for Adam Hassall to level matters once again on the hour mark. With five minutes remaining Owen Brown found the net with a long range free kick to seal the points for the visitors.
Cotgrave’s 2-2 draw at FC Cavaliers sees them move into third. Reece Campbell grabbed both for Cavs; Lee Potts and Sam Brakewell for Cotgrave.
Bingham Town came from behind to win 2-1 at neighbours Radcliffe Olympic. Jay Archer and Tom Spencer for Bingham cancelled out Jordan Wright’s effort for Olympic.
Aaron Russell rescued a point for Wollaton as he struck late on to give his side a 1-1 draw at home to Aslockton & Orston. Julian Joachim had put the visitors ahead in the first half.
A Danny Blanchard brace helped AFC Dunkirk on their way to a 4-1 win at Bilborough Town. Kierans Driver and Harrison were also on target; Ricky Law with Town’s consolation.
Magdala Amateurs won by the odd goal in seven at home to Calverton Miners Welfare with two goals apiece for Tom Groves and Ryan MacMillan. Corey Ashley, Alex Clarson and Ethan Hunter replied for Calvo.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers have made it to the new year unbeaten as they came away from Beeston with a 1-0 win, courtesy of Jamal Mazlam.
Bridgford United were briefly in second following a 2-1 win at Selston Reserves on Friday night, while at the same time Basford United Community saw off Awsworth Villa Reserves 6-1, including two goals for both Kamani Wilson and Alex Goodall.
Burton Joyce reclaimed the number two spot with a 3-1 win at Kirton Brickworks. Ravenshead beat Wollaton Reserves 2-0 and Ruddington Village and Bestwood Miners Welfare drew 2-2.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley moved to the top of the pile for the first time this season with a 7-0 win over Ravenshead Reserves with hat-tricks for Kane Pearson and Ben Cummings and a brace for Joseph Gunn.
Ruddington Village Reserves are now second on goal difference after they went down 3-0 to Newark Flowserve Reserves.
Robin Hood Colts beat Stapleford Town Reserves 3-2, Clifton All Whites Development edged out Kirton Brickworks Reserves 1-0 and Bingham Town Reserves and Keyworth United Development drew 1-1.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City’s lead in the Premier Division is up to seven point after they came from behind to claim a 1-1 draw against Cotgrave. Harvey Grice had put the visitors ahead in the first half but on 77 minutes Ewan Hill slotted home a rebound from a Calum Law shot to salvage a point for Southwell.
Stapleford Town are up to second following a 3-0 win at Bilborough Town. Mitchell Robinson headed his side into the lead in the 21st minute with Ben Smedley doubling the advantage six minutes later. Bilborough keeper Liam Lee brought down Adam Hassall in the area with just over a quarter of an hour remaining. Hassall picked himself up to convert the resultant penalty and round out the scoring.
Scott Litchfield and Cameron Gray scored one in each half to give Keyworth United a 2-0 win at Eastwood CFC Development.
Aslockton & Orston came from two down to rescue a point in the local derby at Bingham Town. Mike Carpenter and Ed Hodgson put the home side in the ascendency but, despite being reduced to ten men following Freddie Daws’ second yellow card, Pierce Hallam and, deep into stoppage time, Julian Joachim meant the point were shared.
There were hat-tricks for both Kamar Davis and David Kolapo in FC Cavaliers’ 8-1 win over Radcliffe Olympic. Abdou Cole and Ochi Fraser were also on target for Cavs, Stuart Fielding with Olympic’s consolation.
Joshua Stevenson put Wollaton ahead at home to Attenborough but the visitors struck back through Jak Kenworthy, Ryan Martin and Liam McCormack to claim a 3-1 win, while Sandiacre Town saw off Gedling Southbank 7-1.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers will head into Christmas unbeaten after they won 6-0 against Selston Reserves, including a hat-trick for Markell Bailey and two for Conor Carter.
Nathan Francis netted four for Burton Joyce in their 5-1 win over ten man Bestwood Miners Welfare while Joshua Broad grabbed a hat-trick and Adam Martin two for Ravenshead as they overcame Ruddington Village 7-3.
Basford United Community swept Wollaton Reserves aside 14-0, including hat-tricks for Alex Goodall and Kole Lambert and braces for Dominic Baker and Shick Ndong.
Rachidou Akpo was on target twice for Radford Reserves in their 5-1 win over Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and AFC Bridgford won 2-1 at Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, the top two, Ruddington Village Reserves and AFC Top Valley, were both 3-0 winners, against Bingham Town Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves respectively.
AFC Clifton move into third, at Stapleford’s expense, after they won 3-1 at Elston United.
Robin Hood Colts had Daniel Tyson sent off after only eight minutes but went on to win 4-2 against Clifton All Whites Development.
Keyworth United Development beat Sneinton Town 5-1.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City maintained their six point lead in the Premier Division with a 6-2 win against Calverton Miners Welfare. The Southwell goals were shared between Blair Bryant, Oliver Clarke, Stewart Gill, Calum Law, Jonathan Nussey and Morgan Shevlin. Calvo’s replies came from a penalty by Alex Clarson and an Ethan Hunter effort.
Awsworth Villa remain second after a Ben Watson winner saw them edge past Keywoeth United 4-3. Jake Fisher (2) and Kasey Fisher were also on the scoresheet for Villa, Scott Litchfield (2) and Macauley Tinsley for Keyworth.
Cotgrave are hot on the heels of Awsworth and demolished Attenborough 7-0. Lucas Cotterill grabbed a hat-trick in a man of the match performance that also included setting up 17 year old Sean Yorke to score on his debut. Shaun Jackson, Lee Potts and Dougie Mills were also on target.
Aslockton & Orston got back to winning ways for the first time since mid-November as they saw off FC Cavaliers 3-1. Pierce Hallam opened the scoring for The Cranmers after seven minutes then Julian Joachim extended the advantage on 35. David Kolapo halved the arrears not long after the break but Freddie Daws sealed the points late on.
Joshua Stevenson scored a hat-trick for Wollaton in their 4-2 win at Gedling Southbank. Tom Slade was also on target for Wollo, Tyler Cook and Hayden Johnson netting for Gedling.
Radcliffe Olympic have a new man at the helm in the shape of Chris Bennett. He could take positives from their game against Bilborough Town despite going down 4-1. A Cardell Labban hat-trick helped Town record their third win on the trot with Shea Gough also notching. Olympic’s reply came from a spectacular effort from 16 year old Archie Remnant.
On Friday night there were two goals apiece for Mitchell Robinson and Junior Rodriguez for Stapleford Town in their 6-1 win at Eastwood CFC Development. Ben Smedley and Emmet Edwards also struck for Stapleford who are waiting in the wings to break into the top three of the Premier Division, having several games in hand on those above them. Thomas Eastwood scored for his namesakes, who finished with nine men following the sendings off of Jake Pearson and Danny Tring.
Also on Friday, AFC Dunkirk overcame Sandiacre Town 3-2. Kieran Harrison, George Harrison and Luis Parkes scored for Dunkirk, Jordan Smith and Blaise Duruaku for Town.
On Friday in Division One, a solitary James Hill effort was enough to see Mansfield Hosiery Mills past Basford United Community 1-0.
On Saturday, after dropping points at Ruddington Village the previous week, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers made sure it didn’t happen again in the return fixture as they ran out 9-0 winners, including four for Markell Bailey and a brace for Conor Carter.
Nathan Francis was also on target four times, for Burton Joyce in their 6-1 win at AFC Bridgford. BJ stay third after Bridgford United also won 6-1, at Ravenshead.
Kirton Brickworks won 2-1 at Wollaton Reserves and, despite being reduced to ten men after 15 minutes, Bestwood Miners Welfare saw off Beeston 3-1.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves retained top spot with a 5-1 win over Elston United.
AFC Top Valley bumped Stapleford Town Reserves into third on goal difference with an 11-3 victory at Barrowby while the former second placed side lost 3-2 to Clifton All Whites Development. Kane Pearson netted five for Top Valley and Kurtis Blake Wynter came off the bench to notch twice in the last 20 minutes.
AFC Clifton stay fourth following a 4-0 win over Kirton Brickworks Reserves, just one point ahead of Newark Flowserve Reserves, who were 2-0 winners at Robin Hood Colts.
A Ryan Thorpe strike was enough to see Cotgrave Reserves past their local rivals Keyworth United Development and Nottingham Community edged out Raveshead Reserves 3-2.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Aslockton & Orston gave a scare to the Premier Division leaders but Southwell City ultimately triumphed 4-3. A Rob Lakin double in the opening quarter of an hour put the Cranmers in the ascendency before Calum Law pulled one back going into the break. Ed Hodgson restored the two goal lead soon after the restart but City fought back to take the points through Law grabbing his second, Blair Bryant and a late half-volley from left back Simon Ratcliffe.
It was a more clear-cut affair at the Shilo where second-placed Awsworth Villa ran out 4-1 winners against Eastwood CFC Development. Villa’s goals were shared between Daniel Morgan, Kasey Fisher, Liam Towle and Jay Knight; Callum McGarry with the Eastwood’s consolation.
Third-placed Cotgrave roared back from 3-1 down to see off AFC Dunkirk 5-3. Debutant Harvey Grice put Cotgrave ahead early on before Dunkirk took the upper hand through George Harrison scoring against the run of play and Danny Blanchard netting a brace. Second half goals from Gethyn Tustin, Shaun Jackson, Lucus Cotterill and Grice grabbing his second completed the turnaround.
Stapleford Town are nine points off top spot but have played at least four fewer games than the teams above them. They were 3-1 winners over Keyworth United with Mitchell Robinson scoring twice and Junior Rodriguez once. Scott Litchfield replied for Keyworth.
Bingham Town made it nine games unbeaten in the league with a 3-0 win at Magdala Amateurs. Ton Spencer, Matt Snelgrove and Chris Bradford were all on target.
Josh Stevenson twice dragged his Wollaton side back into it at home to Calverton Miners Welfare resulting in a 2-2 draw. Ethan Hunter and Alex Clarson had both given the visitors the lead.
After securing their first win of the season last weekend, Bilborough Town made it two on the trot as they saw off Attenborough 4-3. It wasn’t as plain sailing as they hoped, however, as Ricky Law (2), Djouks Djoukang and Cardell Labban gave Town a 4-0 lead that was nearly wiped out but efforts from Paul Ireson and substitute Liam McCormack (2) weren’t quite enough for Boro.
Another team that got their first win last weekend was Gedling Southbank. They couldn’t repeat the feat, however, as they went down 3-1 at FC Cavaliers. Abdou Coe for Cavs and Joshua Cranny for Gedling meant the sides went in even at the break but substitutes David Kolapo and Liam Taylor took the points for the home side.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers failed to win for only the second time this season as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Ruddington Village. Second-placed Bridgford United could not capitalise, however, as they went down 2-1 to local rivals AFC Bridgford.
Radford Reserves lifted themselves off the foot of the table as they finally got a result that their recent performances have warranted as they ran out 6-2 winners over Wollaton Reserves, including a hat-trick from Asprilla Munyiri.
There were 4-3 wins for Beeston at Ravenshead and Bestwood Miners Welfare at home to Southwell City Reserves while Kirton Brickworks were 2-1 victors over Selston Reserves.
It took extra-time for Basford United Community to see off Polonia Nottingham United 2-1 in the Notts FA Senior Trophy.
In Division Two, Joe Gunn was firing for AFC Top Valley as he hit a hat-trick in their 6-2 win at Kirton Brickworks Reserves. Bottom club Sneinton Town took the lead against second-placed Stapleford Town Reserves bought the higher-ranked side fought back to win 3-1.
Leaders Ruddington Village Reserves edged past AFC Clifton 3-2 and Elston United won by a similar scoreline against Barrowby. There was also only one goal in it between Bingham Town Reserves and Ravenshead Reserves with the former winning 4-3.
Their were two goals apiece for Samuel Clements, Jack Palmer and Samuel Wood for Keyworth United Development in their 7-2 win over Nottingham Community.
Newark Flowserve Reserves beat Magdala Amateurs Reserves 5-2 and Robin Hood Colts won 4-2 at Clifton All Whites Development.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City extended their lead in the Premier Division as they came from behind to beat AFC Dunkirk 4-1. Kieran Harrison scored from the penalty spot to give the hosts a half time lead but Southwell looked a different side in the second period and Ant Brown (2), Oliver Clarke, and a maiden strike from 16 year old Benjamin Napier sealed the points.
At the other end of the table both Gedling Southbank and Bilborough Town picked up their first wins of the season. A Kian Leavesley brace and one from Aidan Hutchinson gave Gedling a 3-1 victory over Calverton Miners Welfare, with Mathew Newton replying for the visitors while Tony Law and Ricky Law set Bilborough on their way to a 2-1 win at Magdala Amateurs.
The Notts TV cameras came to Hickings Lane to see Stapleford Town take on Newark Flowserve, former NSL champions now playing in the division above, in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup. Junior Rodriguez got Stapleford back on level terms at the start of the second half after Daniel Meadows had given Newark a lead at the break. It is the higher ranked side that will compete in the next round, however, as Meadows then turned provider for Brad Wells to score Flowserve’s second before Sam Agar converted a stoppage time penalty to make it 3-1.
Back in the league and Awsworth Villa are up to second following a 5-1 win at Radcliffe Olympic while a Joe Palethorpe double helped Bingham Town on their way to a 3-1 win against ten man FC Cavaliers. Mike Jepps was also on target for Town Abdou Cole replied for Cavs.
Attenborough beat Keyworth United 5-2 with goals from Paul Ireson (2), Jak Kenworthy, Ryan Martin and substitute Ryan Whelan.
On Friday night Eastwood CFC Development and Aslockton & Orston played out a stalemate. The same could not be said for Division One’s match under the Friday night lights at Mansfield Hosiery Mills, however, as after initially going ahead, Beeston had to come from behind twice to eventually prevail 4-3. Bright Agana set the ball rolling for the visitors but a Tyler Barksby brace put Mansfield into the lead. Adam Kemp levelled matters in the 69th minute but Barksby immediately completed his hat-trick to keep the Millers’ noses in front. Kemp once again found a leveller before substitute Henry Sainsbury claimed the points for Beeston with time running out.
On Saturday, Division One leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers had to come from behind against bottom club Radford Reserves to eventually run out 4-1 winners while second-placed Bridgford United had a Rikki Robinson hat-trick to thank for helping them come back from a 3-0 half-time deficit to draw 4-4 at Bestwood Miners Welfare.
Burton Joyce retained third place ahead of Southwell City Reserves with a 2-1 win against Ravenshead, while Southwell won 2-0 at Wollaton Reserves.
16 year old Jack March was on the scoresheet in his full debut in senior football for Kirton Brickworks as his side came away from Awsworth Villa Reserves with a 5-1 win.
Tom Teer scored all three for AFC Bridgford in their 3-1 win against Ruddington Village and Selston Reserves saw off Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 5-0.
In Division Two, there are three teams tied on 32 points at the top. Ruddington Village Reserves have the best goal difference, helped by their 8-0 win over Ravenshead Reserves that included a Leigh Sissons hat-trick.
AFC Top Valley came from two down at Keyworth United Development to make it five league wins on the trot as four second half goals made it 4-2. Stapleford Town Reserves complete the trio but weren’t in action
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City maintained their four point lead in the Premier Division with their second 1-0 win in as many weeks, this time at Eastwood CFC Development. An 88th minute strike from Calum Law was all that separated the sides.
Second placed Cotgrave also won by a solitary goal, a 25 yard effort from left back Matt Gamble on the hour mark of their clash with Calverton Miners Welfare.
Ben Smedley pounced on the rebound from an Adam Hassell penalty for Stapleford Town to complete their turnaround against Aslockton & Orston. A Mitchell Robinson header five minutes after the break cancelled out a composed finish from Pierce Hallam on the stroke of half time. Stapleford’s 2-1 win ended the visitors’ seven game unbeaten run.
A Jake Fisher hat-trick helped Awsworth Villa on their way to a 6-0 win over Attenborough. Jay Knight, Kasey Fisher and Lamah Griggs were also on target.
A Tom Haw stoppage time header saw Magdala Amateurs edge past FC Cavaliers 2-1. Neil Morgan had put The Budgies ahead before Reece Campbell equalised in the second period.
There were two matches that finished 6-4 with AFC Dunkirk beating Bilborough Town and Keyworth United seeing off Sandiacre Town. After Dunkirk had gone 4-1 up a Tommy Street hat-trick for Bilborough brought them back to level terms, before Kieron Driver completed a hat-trick of his own to secure the points. Brett Soiza (2) and Luis Parkes also netted for the Boatmen, Cardell Lubban for Town.
The goals were shared around more in the Keyworth game: Joe Nice (2), Cameron Gray, Daniel Hough, Ian Marley and Goran Seymour securing the points for United, Jordan Smith (2), Blaise Duruaku and Jack Bull replying for Sandiacre.
Radcliffe Olympic’s 5-0 loss to Wollaton was Rory Downs’ last match at the helm as he tendered his resignation after the final whistle. Olympic chairman Scott Carlton is inviting applicants for the role after reluctantly accepting his now former manager’s decision. Scott Carlile (2), Josh Stevenson (2) and Kyle Crofts scored for Wollaton.
In Division One, after dropping their first points of the season last weekend, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers got back to winning ways as a Markell Bailey goal saw them defeat Basford United Community 1-0.
AFC Bridgford came back from two down to beat Radford Reserves 7-2, including a Lewis Heron hat-trick and acrobatics from Tom Teer for one of his two goals.
Fady Benattayallam scored four and Elliott Morledge three for Wollaton Reserves in their 8-1 win over Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
A goal from debutant Tyler Barksby saw Mansfield Hosiery Mills beat Ruddington Village 1-0 while Selston Reserves won 2-1 at Southwell City Reserves.
It was a good day for NSL clubs in the Notts FA Senior Trophy with Robin Hood Colts winning 6-1 at Trent Vineyard and Burton Joyce knocking out United Greys 5-1. There were 3-2 victories for Ruddington Village Reserves at Kirton Brickworks and for Bridgford United, after extra time, at Stapleford Town Reserves. Beeston saw off Bestwood Miners Welfare 4-2.
In Division Two, three of the four matches ended 4-1. AFC Clifton narrowed the gap at the top of the table to two points by beating Bingham Town Reserves, Clifton All Whites Development won at Barrowby and Cotgrave Reserves defeated Ravenshead Reserves.
Thomas Siswick grabbed a hat-trick for Keyworth United Development in their 6-4 win over Elston United.
Ten man Southwell City edge past Wollaton
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City opened up a four point lead in the Premier Division with a 1-0 win over Wollaton. City were reduced to ten men just before half time as William Stocks was sent off but after 66 minutes Oliver Clarke was on hand to fire home the only goal of the game from a rebound following a Chris Bowles corner.
Cotgrave remain second after they were beaten 3-1 at Awsworth Villa, in a game watched by former Premier League referee Mark Halsey. Jake Fisher put Villa ahead inside the opening five minutes, from an assist by his brother Casey. Lee Potts levelled matters midway through the first half but Fisher added a second and Ashley Kelly netted to take the points for Awsworth.
Stapleford Town are coming up on the rails, having lost only once all season and played at least three fewer matches than the two teams above them. They demolished Gedling Southbank 13-2 with Adam Hassell scoring four, Emmet Edwards three and Junior Rodriguez two. Michael Robb, Will Heath, Ben Smedley and Mitchell Robinson were also on target.
Aslockton & Orston made it seven games unbeaten in all competitions as a long range Julian Joachim effort just before half time was enough to see them past Magdala Amateurs 1-0. Bingham Town made it seven games unbeaten in the league by winning by the odd goal in five at Attenborough. A Tom Spencer double and Mike Jepps did the damage for Town, Tomas Harrison and Zack Hobson replied for Boro.
Eastwood CFC Development came from behind to claim a 3-2 win at Radcliffe Olympic. The home side were in front for a large proportion of the match thanks to Elliott Wilson’s opener but there were a flurry of goals in the closing stages as a Tom Coupe brace and Kurt Harrison put Eastwood in the ascendancy before substitute Meluleki Sibanda pulled one back for the hosts.
An early Alex Benno penalty put AFC Dunkirk ahead at Calverton Miners Welfare but Alexander Clarson equalised and former Boatman Ethan Hunter struck the winner to secure the points for the Hollinwood Lane side.
A Jordan Smith hat trick and Blaise Duruaku brace saw Sandiacre Town past Bilborough Town 5-0 and FC Cavaliers came away from Keyworth United with a 5-1 win.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers dropped their first points of the season in a 1-1 draw with Burton Joyce. BJ actually scored both goals with Nathan Francis cancelling out an own goal.
Second placed Bridgford United also drew 1-1, at Mansfield Hosiery Mills, while Ravenshead moved up to third with a 4-0 win against Bestwood Miners Welfare. Martin McDonagh (2), Brent Horton and Mark Smallwood were all on target.
Basford United Community came from behind to win 2-1 against Radford Reserves, who had Brandon McBride sent off for two cautionable offences.
Southwell City Reserves drew 2-2 at Kirton Brickworks and Beeston and Ruddington Village drew 0-0. Awsworth Villa Reserves came away from Wollaton Reserves with a 4-1 victory and AFC Bridgford recorded their second win of the season, 4-0 at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Selston Reserves made it into the next round of the Notts FA Senior Trophy with a 12-2 win over Carlton Town Lions, including a hat trick for Tim Moore.
In Division Two, Robin Hood Colts left themselves too much to do after Ruddington Village Reserves established a 3-0 half time lead through Sam Dunstan (2) and Darren Turner. Nick Westerman and Jordan Smith made it an interesting second half but it ended 3-2.
AFC Top Valley came from behind to win 2-1 at Bingham Town Reserves. Mike Spencer put Bingham ahead but Nathan Smith in the visitors’ goal kept the halftime score respectable by pulling off a number of saves. Top Valley asserted themselves after the break, however, and took the points thanks to Kane Pearson and Joss Whiteley.
Keyworth United Development inflicted only the second defeat of the season on AFC Clifton, 3-2, while Newark Flowserve Reserves overcame bottom club Sneinton Town 10-0, including a hat trick for Leighton Nicholson.
A number of players got themselves on the scoresheet twice: Luke Davis for Clifton All Whites Development in a 6-1 win at Gedling Southbank Reserves, Levi Brentnall for Ravenshead Reserves in a 3-1 win at Magdala Amateurs Reserves, Djouks Djoukang for Nottingham Community in their 3-1 win over Kirton Brickworks Reserves and Euan Sweeting grabbed both goals for Elston United as they won 2-1 at Cotgrave Reserves.
Cotgrave briefly lead the Premier Division before Southwell City reclaim top spot...
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Cotgrave were leaders of the Premier Division for a day after they beat AFC Dunkirk 3-1 on Friday night before Southwell City moved back to the top of the table with a 2-0 win over Attenborough on Saturday afternoon.
With less than a minute on the clock Lee Potts put Cotgrave ahead then, against the run of play, Gethyn Tustin doubled the advantage after a quarter of an hour. That’s how the score stayed until half time but, immediately after the restart the visitors got their third after a ball into the box from Lee Collison forced an own goal. George Bosworth pulled one back for Dunkirk in the closing stages.
Oliver Clarke put Southwell ahead inside the first five minutes of their match. Both sides missed a penalty before substitute George Caudwell sealed the points with a stunning 25 yard effort.
Keyworth United up to third following a 7-0 demolition of Wollaton including a brace for Goran Seymour. Scott Litchfield, Daniel Chadwick, Carey Knight, Sam Foster and Cameron Gray were also on target.
Awsworth Villa ended a run of four games without a win by beating Gedling Southbank 6-0. Jake Fisher opened the scoring, Daniel Towle extended the lead before it became a competition between Villa’s two Fishers. Casey added the third before Jake got back on the scoresheet then, not to be outdone, Casey notched the fifth. Substitute Marcus Liburd rounded out the win.
Aslockton & Orston made it five wins in a row with a 5-1 win over Sandiacre Town. Aslockton were two to the good within 12 minutes as first, James Hallam headed in a Julian Joachim corner, then the former Premier League star curled into the top corner with the outside of his boot. Hallam then turned provider for Ed Hodgson before Joachim went on to complete his hat-trick, his second coming from the penalty spot. Jordan Smith grabbed a consolation for the visitors.
Radcliffe Olympic picked up their first win in five by edging past FC Cavaliers 3-2. Steven Jackson, an own goal and Travahn Seaton scored for Olympic, Steven Beejer and Zibusiso Sibanda replied for Cavs.
Bingham Town made it five unbeaten as they came from 3-1 down to beat Calverton Miners Welfare 4-3. Jay Archer came off the bench to grab a hat-trick alongside a Chris Bradford strike. Alex Clarson, Ryan Easom and Ethan Hunter netted for Calvo.
Magdala Amateurs won 5-2 at Bilborough Town with a hat-trick from Thomas Lawson and brace from Ellis Carter. Jack Nicholson and Ricky Law scored for the still winless Town.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers extended their lead in Division One with a Markell Bailey brace helping them to a 3-1 win at Kirton Brickworks while Bridgford United drew 3-3 with Basford United Community. Liam Honeyman bagged all three for Bridgford, Kamani Wilson on target twice for Basford.
Southwell City Reserves edged past Selston Reserves 4-3. Both sides had been in front at some stage before Luke Thompson grabbed the winner for Southwell.
Ravenshead came from behind at the break to win 2-1 at AFC Bridgford, extending their unbeaten run to seven games, and Ruddington Village won by a similar scoreline at Wollaton Reserves.
Kimberley Miners Welfare doubled their win tally for the season by overcoming Bestwood Miners Welfare 3-2 while Mansfield Hosiery Mills won for the first time in nine with second half goals giving them a 2-0 win at Beeston.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy Burton Joyce progressed with a 3-2 win at Blidworth Red, including a Dean Gent brace and Rory Blyth penalty save for BJ. Robin Hood Colts also made it into the next round after dispatching New Brook 18 2-0.
In Division Two, leaders Stapleford Town Reserves succumbed to only their second defeat of the season as Newark Flowserve Reserves beat them 5-2. Leighton Nicholson was on target four times for Newark and Stapleford had their goalkeeper sent off after 20 minutes.
Ruddington Village Reserves won 4-0 against Clifton All Whites Development and Jordan Sharpe scored a hat-trick for AFC Clifton in their 6-1 win over Nottingham Community. Kurtis Blake-Wynter scored his maiden goal for AFC Top Valley as they too were 6-1 winners, at Cotgrave Reserves.
Like their first team counterparts, Ravenshead Reserves came from behind to win 2-1 against Elston United. Keyworth United Development won by a similar scoreline at Kirton Brickworks Reserves while Bingham Town Reserves overcame Sneinton Town 4-1.