AFC Dunkirk are up to second in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, as they came from behind to beat Sandiacre Town 2-1 with two stoppage time goals. Keaton Matharu gave Town the lead in the first half but Kain Bell equalised in the 92nd minute and McKenna Parton completed the turnaround a minute later.
Southwell City took the lead through Ben Selby away at Wollaton but the home side shifted gears after 30 minutes and eventually ran out 4-1 winners. Joshua Stevenson levelled from the penalty spot before Tom Harrison gave Wollaton the lead before the break. Reece Strode and Dan Chadwick finished the job in the second half.
After losing their unbeaten record last weekend Burton Joyce bounced back with a 4-2 win at FC Cavaliers, including a brace for Charlie Fraser. Also on target were Macauley Tinsley and Dan Phillips, both scoring their first goals for the club. Deandre Blake got both for Cavs.
Despite equalising twice, Aslockton & Orston eventually lost out to Calverton Miners Welfare 3-2. Dane Bennett, Jason Hodson and Jamie Humphries netted for Calvo, Kieran Wall and James Leach for Aslockton.
Kyle Waddell grabbed a hat-trick of headers for Cotgrave in the opening ten minutes of their match with Keyworth United. Scott Litchfield pulled one back but that was the end of the scoring.
George Sansom and Ricky Law gave Bilborough Town a 2-1 win at Magdala Amateurs. Tom Haw with The Budgies’ reply.
Unfortunately the match between Awsworth Villa and Stapleford Town had to be abandoned just before half time following a serious injury to Villa’s Danny Morgan.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley defeated Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 6-1 with goals from Joe Gunn (2), Ben Cummings, Kane Pearson, Adam Sprake and Jamie Wright Bilbie. Rowan Smith got the consolation for Kimberley who slip to the bottom of the table following the loss.
Robin Hood Colts lifted themselves off the foot of the table as they picked up only their second win of the campaign, 2-0 against Southwell City Reserves. Jordan Smith and Eric Pearson the scorers.
A Daniel Neary brace saw Ruddington Village win 2-1 at Ravenshead for the second time in succession, following their Notts FA Senior Trophy triumph last weekend. Lewis Parkin replied for the Reds.
Joshua Nwokoro scored four and Bright Agana three for Beeston as they saw off Radford Reserves 7-3 while Steven Cox grabbed a hat-trick for Gedling Southbank as they edged past Kirton Brickworks 6-5.
There were two goals apiece for Liam Honeyman and Kyle Pemberton as Bridgford United made it three wins from their last four outings by seeing off Hucknall Town Development 4-2.
Radcliffe Olympic and Wollaton Reserves drew 1-1.
In Division Two, Rob England netted twice for United Grays as they consolidated their top spot with a 3-1 win at second placed Keyworth United Reserves.
Still searching for their first win, Bilborough Town Community ran Ruddington Village Reserves close but eventually lost out 2-1. Shaun Smith bagged both goals as Beeston Old Boys Association won by a similar scoreline against Cotgrave Reserves. Bingham Town were also 2-1 winners, at home to Barrowby.
Joe Hornigold scored twice for Elston United in their 3-1 win at Burton Joyce Reserves and Pythian and Ravenshead Reds drew 2-2.
Stapleford Town Reserves saw off Clifton All Whites Development 7-2 while, in the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup, Jay Cooper grabbed a hat-trick for Asha as they knocked out Sleetmoor United 4-2.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Bingham Town lost for the first time since the opening day of the season as they went down 2-1 at home to Woodthorpe Park Rangers. Jake Hardy gave Bingham the lead but a double from Markell Bailey, the first from the penalty spot, handed the points to Rangers, who move up to third.
Burton Joyce suffered their first league defeat of the season. Despite taking the lead away at Wollaton, thanks to Ryan Marsh, they ultimately lost 2-1. Joshua Stevenson equalised from the penalty spot before Luke Davis sealed the win.
Attenborough and FC Cavaliers shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw. Trevor Seaton netted for Boro, Abdou Cole for Cavs.
There were two all-NSL ties in the Notts FA Senior Trophy, Ruddington Village knocked out Ravenshead 2-1 while Robin Hood Colts edged past Beeston 3-2. Joe Brown and Fraser Cannon-Brownlie scored for Ruddington with Mark Yates replying for the Ravens. Eric Pearson and Jordan Smith put Robin Hood two to the good before a brace from Adam Kemp levelled matters but Joshua Taylor saw the north Notts team through to the next round.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley consolidated top spot with a 4-1 win at Radcliffe Olympic with goals from Joe Gunn (2), Ben Cummins and Nathan Atkins. Brett Soiza got Olympic’s consolation.
Despite going behind at Radford Reserves, West Bridgford AFC struck back to win 6-1. Their goals were shared between Luke Dabell, Lewis Heron, Marcus Browne, Ethan Hunter and James Musk after Abdul-Raheem Summonu had opened the scoring for Radford.
Lukas Balaz grabbed a hat-trick and Liam Honeyman two goals for Bridgford United in the 7-2 win over Southwell City Reserves. Kyle Pemberton and Jourdan Blair were also on target for United, Ben Napier and Louis Annable for City.
Gedling Southbank and Kirton Brickworks drew 2-2. Stephen Cox and Daniel Hogg netted for Southbank, Ryan Keeley and Jamie Charlton for the Brickies.
In Division Two, a Robert England hat-trick set leaders United Grays on their way to a 5-0 win at Pythian. Keyworth United Reserves are keeping pace in second, however, after they beat Burton Joyce Reserves 10-0, including four goals for Conor Pauley and two apiece for Samuel Lund and Matt Webster.
Dave Cyrek scored a last minute penalty to give Cotgrave Reserves all three points in a seven goal thriller against Bingham Town Reserves.
Clifton All Whites Development beat Bilborough Town Community 3-2 and Elston United and Asha drew 1-1.
Bingham Town, leaders of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, are into the third round of the Notts FA Senior Cup after seeing off Clipstone, from a higher league, 2-1. Euan Sweeting put Town ahead before Clipstone equalised but a spectacular long range Jake Hardy effort secured the win. Calverton Miners Welfare couldn’t emulate the feat, unfortunately, as they went down 7-0 to Teversal.
In the Premier Division, Southwell City moved up to second with a 3-0 win over Magdala Amateurs thanks to first half goals from Bradley Peace-McDonald, George Caudwell and Ben Selby. Woodthorpe Park Rangers are making strides towards the top three after beating Eastwood CFC Development 8-0. The defeat leaves Eastwood bottom as FC Cavaliers picked up a point in a 2-2 draw with Sandiacre Town.
In a pulsating encounter at Platt Lane, Keyworth United eventually prevailed 5-4 over Stapleford Town. United were ahead after only three minutes when Luke Guadagni deflected a cross into his own net. Junior Rodriguez drew Town level soon after but Callum Wolloch restored the home side’s advantage midway through the first half. An Adam Hassell double, the second from the penalty spot just before the break, then put The Saxons ahead however United equalised near the hour mark thanks to Scott Litchfield. Rodriguez’s second of the match put Stapleford back in the ascendency but Kasey Fisher and Litchfield’s second meant it was Keyworth that took the points.
In the Notts FA Senior Trophy West Bridgford AFC gained revenge for a league defeat at Hucknall Town Development earlier in the month with a 3-1 win. Keyworth United Reserves caused an upset by seeing off higher ranked Radford Reserves 7-4. Cotgrave Reserves were somewhat unfortunate to go out on penalties to FC Sez after holding them to a 0-0 scoreline after 120 minutes.
In Division One, Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves lifted themselves off the foot of the table with a 5-1 win over Kirton Brickworks that included braces for both Ethan Lamb and James Oluwatosin.
In Division Two, United Grays have moved into top spot after a Josh Wilson double helped them on their way to a 4-1 win over Beeston Old Boys Association. Omojiseoluwa Bankole scored two for AFC Dunkirk Reserves in their 4-2 win at Pythian while Bingham Town Reserves came away from Bilborough Town Community with a 3-1 victory.
Clifton All Whites Development edged past Burton Joyce Reserves 4-3 and Barrowby saw off Elston United 4-1.
Only two games survived the weather in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company. Magdala Amateurs doubled their win tally for the season as they came away from Eastwood CFC Development with a 2-0 victory thanks to Thomas Groves and Ethan Lespeare while Jake Fisher, Scott Lichfield and Jared Russell handed Keyworth United a 3-0 win over bottom club FC Cavaliers.
There were four all-NSL ties in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy. Kyle Nutt put Awsworth Villa ahead at home to Aslockton & Orston and, despite having Tommy Street sent off, captain Danny Roberts went on to seal a 2-0 win. A Cole Hinchcliffe brace helped Ravenshead on their way to knocking out Wollaton Reserves 4-0. Mark Yates and Lewis Parkin were also on target.
Cotgrave Reserves, of Division Two, caused an upset by dispatching Division One side Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 4-3. A long range Chris Jackson strike put Cotgrave one up then the lead was doubled when David Cyrek headed home from a corner. Kimberley got themselves back on level terms thanks to Ewan Hill and Ethan Lamb but it wasn’t for long, as Cyrek got his second soon after before going on to complete his hat-trick. Ben Upton pulled one back in the 90th minute but Cotgrave held on to make it into the next round.
There was no such upset for Burton Joyce Reserves, however, as the higher ranked Radford Reserves won 2-1. Obinna Abuka and Joel Bayliss did the damage for Radford with Alfie Harper replying for BJ.
Asha were big winners in the Derbyshire FA Junior Cup, 10-1 against South Normanton United, including six goals for Jay Cooper, three for Daniel Evans and one for Joshua Andrews.
In Division Two, Brandon Lee bagged a brace for Barrowby in their 6-1 win over Ravenshead Reds, who finished the game with only nine men. Tyler Haynes, Luke Abel, John Revell and Makhale Mahlasti also scored for Barrowby; Luke Williams with the Reds’ consolation.
United Grays beat Bingham Town Reserves 3-1 with goals from David Gray, Tyrone Gray and John Manders.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division leaders Bingham Town had their 12 game winning run in all competitions ended by Wollaton following a 1-1 draw. A Tom Spencer free kick put Town ahead but Steve Ahern equalised late on.
Southwell City were briefly in second place after four goals for Bradley Peace-McDonald helped them on their way to a 6-1 win over Bilborough Town on Friday night. Calum Law and Ant Brown also netted for City; Gary Grant with Bilborough's consolation.
After losing their unbeaten record last week AFC Dunkirk bounced back in style with a 7-0 demolition of FC Cavaliers, including braces for Danny Blanchard and Zack Jackson, that took them back up to second. George Harrison, McKenna Parton and Luis Parkes completed the scoring.
Burton Joyce won the battle between the two promoted sides as a late Ryan Marsh header from a Ricky Gardner free kick saw them edge past Woodthorpe Park Rangers 1-0.
Lucus Cotterill has now scored 11 goals in five appearances for Cotgrave since stepping up from their reserves as he struck four in his side's 5-2 win at Calverton Miners Welfare. Gethyn Tustin also notched; Andrew Smith and Alistair West replied for Calvo.
Awsworth Villa were the day's biggest winners as they saw off Magdala Amateurs 10-0. Ben Branston (3), Ryan Krause (2), Kyllion Rickets, Greg Ellis, Liam Towle, James Duffy and Danny Towle were all on target.
Only one Division One match survived the weather as West Bridgford AFC missed the chance to move level on points with AFC Top Valley at the head of the table when they went down 3-2 to Hucknall Town Development. Aaron Roberts, Harrison Scott and Macauley Spencer scored for Hucknall, Ethan Hunter and Sam Gaskin for Bridgford.
Bright Agana struck a hat-trick for Beeston in their 7-2 win over Ravenshead Reds in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy.
In Division Two their was a hat-trick for Junior Rodriguez in his Stapleford Town Reserves side's 4-0 win at Keyworth United Reserves and Josh Wilson was on target three times and Tyrone Gray twice for United Grays as they saw off Cotgrave Reserves 10-1.
Bingham Town extended their lead in the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, to six points after they beat Attenborough while AFC Dunkirk suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 3-1 at Keyworth United.
Ewan Sweeting and a Jake Hardy double gave Bingham a three goal advantage before Morgan Bell pulled one back for Boro. Hardy went on to complete his hat-trick after the break with Adam Martin also getting on the scoresheet for the away team.
Scott Litchfield, Ryan Tinsley and Jake Fisher all netted for Keyworth with Dunkirk's solitary effort coming from George Harrison.
Southwell City are up to third after they extended their unbeaten run to 10 games with a 6-0 win over FC Cavaliers that included a hat-trick for Calum Law. Dominic Chatfield, Bradley Peace-McDonald and George Caudwell were also on target.
Calverton Miners Welfare are now unbeaten in three after they came away from Magdala Amateurs with a 4-1 win. Calvo's goals were shared between Mark Draycott, Adam Limb, Alistair West and Lewis Wheelhouse, with Tom Haw replying for The Budgies.
Wollaton picked up their first win since early September as they saw off Cotgrave 2-0 with goals from Stephen Ahern and Joshua Stevenson.
Bilborough Town doubled their win tally for the season as they overcame Eastwood CFC Development 3-1, lifting themselves off the foot of the table in the process. Ricky Law, Buba Ceesay and Adam Walker scored for Town with Darnell Allen-Forde netting for the Red Badgers.
In Division One, Kallum Greaves, Cole Hinchcliffe and Mark Yates gave Ravenshead a 3-0 win at Bridgford United while Kirton Brickworks came away from Robin Hood Colts with a 4-0 win thanks to Richard Willatt (2), Luke Boddy and Liam Knott.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy, West Bridgford AFC knocked out fellow NSL side AFC Top Valley 6-3 with Marcus Browne contributing four goals to the cause. In another all-NSL tie Ruddington Village knocked out United Grays 3-1.
Hucknall Town Development saw off AFC Bull Farm 2-0 but Stapleford Town Reserves went out 4-0 to Retford United Reserves.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves moved level on points with Keyworth United Reserves at the top following a 5-2 win at Pythian that included four goals for Samuel Dunstan and Harry Johnson bagged a brace for Elston United as they edged past Bilborough Town Community 3-2.
There was a reduced programme in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, thanks to the weather but two games managed to be played on Friday night, both resulting in narrow home victories.
Eastwood CFC Development doubled their wins and points for the season, lifting themselves off the foot of the table in the process, as they inflicted only the second defeat on reigning champions Stapleford Town 3-2. Jordan Leeming, Zeb Kasujja and Gafaar Karim did the damage for Eastwood; Harry Crosby-Oldershaw and Sam Harbottle’s efforts for Stapleford proved insufficient.
A Conor Carter brace helped Woodthorpe Park Rangers on their way to a 5-4 win over Bilborough Town. Toby King, Darren Oldham and Connor Scott-Parkin were also on target. Buba Ceesay (2), Ezekiel Benjamin and Harry Dearden replied for Town.
On Saturday, Bingham Town opened up a three point gap at the top of the table with a 5-1 win at FC Cavaliers. Bingham’s goals were shared between Euan Sweeting with a hat-trick and Tom Spencer with a brace. Siraj Chitulu got Cavs’ consolation.
Awsworth Villa drew 2-2 for the third time on the trot in the league, this time away at Calverton Miners Welfare. Sam Buckle and Dalton Stephens netted for Calvo, Kylion Ricketts and Courtney Samuels for Villa.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy there was an all-NSL tie with Robin Hood Colts prevailing 4-3 against Gedling Southbank. Nick Westerman bagged a brace for the Colts alongside Jamie Harmieson and George Camps efforts. Joshua Cranny, Daniel Hogg and Thomas Jeffries scored for GSB.
In the solitary Division One game, Radcliffe Olympic’s winning run under their new management came to an end as Beeston edged their match 5-4. Benjamin Knight scored twice for Beeston and Jason Jude, Roland Tomlinson and Jack Wilkinson once each. Chris Marshall (2), Brett Soiza and Harry Chiarella replied for Radcliffe.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, AFC Dunkirk were briefly at the head of the Premier Division after they beat Eastwood CFC Development 5-0 on Friday night, including a hat-trick for George Harrison. Luis Parkes and McKenna Parton were also on target.
Bingham Town reclaimed top spot on Saturday with a 3-2 win over Cotgrave. Jake Hardy bagged a brace for Bingham alongside a Euan Sweeting effort; Lucas Cotterill scored both for Cotgrave.
Calverton Miners Welfare responded to a narrow defeat to Bingham last time out by claiming their third win in four matches, 4-2 at home to Keyworth United. Calvo’s goals were shared between Sam Buckle, Steven Brett, Brinsley Kirkham and Dalton Stephens. Lee Potts and Casey Fisher replied for Keyworth.
Sandiacre Town claimed their first victory of the campaign as they saw off Bilborough Town 2-0 with goals from Blaise Duruaku and Jordan Leonardi.
There were two all-NSL ties in the Nottinghamshire Senior Cup with Burton Joyce knocking out FC Cavaliers 3-1 and Stapleford Town beating Wollaton 5-3. Charlie Fraser, Ricky Gardner and an own goal did the damage for BJ; Siraj Chitulu replied for Cavs. Stapleford’s goals were shared between Robson Grey, Adam Hassall, Junior Rodriguez, Joshua Watts and an own goal; Joshua Stevenson, Scott Carlile and Greg Wedge netted for Wollaton.
In the NSL Senior Cup Attenborough edged out Robin Hood Colts 4-3. Paul Ireson, Jak Kenworthy, Thomas O’Regan and Travahn Seaton were all on the scoresheet for Boro, George Camps, Jordan Smith and Ramone Morton for the Colts.
In Division One, leaders AFC Top Valley were fired to a 2-0 win at Ruddington Village by their two Gunns, Jake and Joe.
West Bridgford AFC moved into second with a 3-1 win against Wollaton Reserves thanks to a Marcus Browne hat-trick; Joel Smalley responded for Wollo.
Radford Reserves slipped to third after a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Southwell City Reserves while Gedling Southbank won 4-1 at Beeston including a brace for James Needham.
Two goals for Liam Honeyman helped Bridgford United double their win tally for the season, 3-2 against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
On Friday evening substitute Lewis Parkin scored a late winner, his first for the club, as Ravenshead edged past Hucknall Town Development 1-0.
In Division Two, Keyworth United Reserves consolidated first place with a 3-0 win against Barrowby. Ruddington Village Reserves leapfrogged Cotgrave Reserves into second by beating them 4-2.
At the other end of the table, Elston United picked up their first victory of the campaign as they saw off the still winless, and now bottom club, Burton Joyce Reserves. Bilborough Town Community are still looking for their first win after going down 4-2 at United Grays.
Jake Kane scored a hat-trick for Pythian in their 5-4 win against Beeston Old Boys Association and Tyler Lambert a brace for Ravenshead Reds as they beat Stapleford Town Reserves 5-2.
AFC Dunkirk Reserves won 5-0 against Bingham Town Reserves.
There are new leaders of the Premier Division of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, after Bingham Town made it seven wins on the trot with a hard-fought 1-0 at Calverton Miners Welfare, Tom Spencer with the goal.
AFC Dunkirk are second on goal difference following their 3-1 win at Magdala Amateurs with goals from Luis Parkes (2) and George Harrison; Mathew Daley replied for The Budgies.
Burton Joyce were the team knocked off top spot after they could only draw 1-1 at Bilborough Town. Djouks Djoukang put Town ahead, The Joyce had a penalty saved by Bilborough's young keeper, Liam Lee, before Charlie Fraser salvaged a point.
Southwell City had the lion's share of the chances but could only draw 2-2 at Attenborough. City took the lead after an hour's play when a William Stocks corner was diverted into the net for an own goal. Boro got back on level terms through Lewis Bennett on 75 minutes then, with time running out, Calum Law put the visitors back ahead. The lead was very short-lived, however, as Adam Martin immediately restored parity and the final whistle followed soon after.
Stapleford Town came away from Cotgrave with a 4-1 win. It was 0-0 at the break but a brace from Adam Hassell and finishes from Junior Rodriguez and Owen Brown sealed the win. Lucus Cotterill with Cotgrave's reply.
A solitary Reece Sugars strike gave Aslockton & Orston a 1-0 victory over FC Cavaliers.
In the NSL Senior Cup, Woodthorpe Park Rangers came from 3-1 down to knock out Awsworth Villa 4-3. Conor Carter (2), Toby King and Jason Rimmell scored for Rangers, Benjamin Branston, Ashley Kelly and Kyle Nutt for Villa.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley have reclaimed top spot with a 6-2 win over Ravenshead including a brace for both Joe Gunn and Kane Pearson.
It was a poignant occasion at Wollaton, where their Reserves commemorated the life of club stalwart and NSL committee member Frank Hunt, who passed away in the week, with a 3-1 win over Radford Reserves that leaves the two sides level on 19 points in the other podium positions in the league table. Ryan Pearson netted twice for the home side.
Radcliffe Olympic are up to seventh after their fourth win on the trot: 4-3 at West Bridgford AFC. A Jack Millward brace helped them on their way.
Craig Payne was on target twice for Kirton Brickworks in their 3-2 win over Bridgford United while Bright Agana struck four for Beeston as they saw off Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Southwell City Reserves beat Robin Hood Colts 3-1.
Keyworth United Reserves moved to the top of Division Two with a 4-0 win at Bingham Town Reserves and Asha are up to third after a Jay Cooper hat-trick helped them towards a 4-1 victory against Bilborough Town Community.
Tyler Lambert hit four for Ravenshead Reds as they saw off Elston United 5-3 while Beeston Old Boys Association picked up their second win of the campaign, 6-4 against AFC Dunkirk Reserves, including a hat-trick for Benjamin Goodman.
Ruddington Village Reserves edged past United Grays 2-1 and Stapleford Town Reserves overcame Pythian 3-2.
It took extra time for Clifton All Whites Development to knock Burton Joyce Reserves out of the NSL Junior Cup 3-1.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, the Senior Cup got underway with holders Southwell City safely through to the next round following a 2-1 win at Wollaton. Bradley Peace-McDonald put City ahead from the spot after Thomas Robinson was brought down in the box early in the second half. Calum Law doubled the advantage less than ten minutes later when he blocked a clearance by the Wollaton keeper and it rebounded into the net. Wollo pulled one back almost immediately with a penalty of their own, converted by Joshua Stevenson; there wee late chances at either end but ultimately there were no further goals.
Gedling Southbank sniffed an upset when Joshua Cranny put them one up at home to Bingham Town but the Premier Division side struck back through Jake Hardy and Tom Spencer to make it through 2-1. West Bridgford took the lead too, away at AFC Dunkirk, but the superior talents of the higher ranked side came to the fore in the second half as they eventually ran out 7-2 winners.
In other all-Premier Division ties, goals from Cameron Marsh (2), Nathan Francis and Ricky Gardner saw the league leaders Burton Joyce ease past Eastwood CFC Development 4-0. Aslockton & Orston took a three goal lead at Bilborough Town through Pierce Hallam, James Langridge and Jack Robb. Shea Gough reduced the arrears for Town but it was too little too late. Keyworth United knocked out Cotgrave 3-0 thanks to Jake Fisher, Cameron Gray and Ryan Tinsley while FC Cavaliers edged out Magdala Amateurs 2-1 with goals from Siraj Chitulu and Arnyda Wenazo, Ffion Coffey replying for The Budgies.
In the matches that pitted Division One sides against one another there were goals aplenty at Hucknall Town Development as AFC Top Valley came away with a 7-4 win. There were two goals each for Top Valley for Jake Gunn, Joe Gunn and Ben Cummings and one for Raymond Xavier. There were also braces for Isaac Anderson and Kai Boultby for Hucknall. It took extra time for Ruddington Village to prevail at Ravenshead. It was 1-1 at full time but the visitors scored twice to The Ravens once in the extra period. Joseph Brown, Daniel Neary and Ross Cochrane-Smith were the Rudd scorers, Mark Yates with both for Ravenshead.
In the solitary Premier Division match Awsworth Villa made it three matches unbeaten with a 2-2 draw with Woodthorpe Park Rangers. Villa took a two goal lead through Daniel Morgan and Kyle Nutt but they were pegged back by a brace from Connor Scott-Parkin.
In the Junior Cup, Pythian saw off Wollaton Reserves 5-3 with help from a Michael Lindsay hat-trick while Adam Hassell scored four for Stapleford Town Reserves in their extra-time 6-2 win over Southwell City Reserves and Barrowby knocked out Bilborough Town Community 3-0.
In Division One, Radcliffe Olympic made it three wins on the trot, 5-3 against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves, and there were two goals apiece for Abdul-Raheem Sunmonu and Martin McDonagh for Radford Reserves in their 6-2 win over Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, Keyworth United Reserves closed the gap to Cotgrave Reserves at the top of the table by beating them 5-1. Ruddington Village Reserves are up to third after their 6-2 defeat of Bingham Town Reserves.
Asha won 2-0 against United Grays with both goals from Samuel Taylor, remarkably the second of which came after he’d taken over as goalkeeper following an injury to starting number one, James Fletcher, lobbing his opposite number with a kick from inside his own penalty area!
AFC Dunkirk Reserves came from behind to win 3-1 at Elston United and Ravenshead Reds won 4-2 at Beeston Old Boys Association.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy Clifton All Whites were knocked out by AFC Villa, 3-2 after extra time.