Action in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division got underway on Friday evening with a 2-2 draw between Basford United Community and Wollaton. Jack Duffy put Basford ahead before Wollaton struck back via Jay Knight and Jake Fisher. A late Malcolm Podier strike ensured it was honours even.
On Saturday, leaders Bilborough Town suffered a 5-0 defeat at the hands of AFC Dunkirk. Matthew Hayes was sent off for Town very early in the match and Joel Howes netted for Dunkirk soon after, but that was the only goal of the half. George Harrison doubled the lead immediately after the restart then Bilborough went down to nine men as Ian Jackson had to come off. Dunkirk took full advantage of their numerical advantage as Harrison grabbed his second and Sam Harbottle and Jack Palmer rounded out the victory.
Clifton All Whites made it 11 wins on the trot, a run that has brought them firmly into the title race, as they saw off Real United 6-0. The goals came from Connor Hardy (2), Craig Anderson, Craig Meakin, Alex Haughton, and Ben Clark.
Attenborough belied their basement position at the start of the day as they defeated Newark Flowserve 7-2. Paul Ireson grabbed a hat-trick in the rout, Jordan Smith (2), Liam McCormack and Dan Clark also notched. Stefan Bilyk and Guy Ellerton netted for Newark.
Sandiacre Town came from behind to win 3-1 against Nottingham Trent University. Toju James gave NTU a half-time lead but strikes from Rory Green, Charlie Goodwin and Steven Bonel sealed the points for Sandiacre.
Robert Faulkner struck four for FC Cavaliers in their 5-0 win over Underwood Villa. Blessing Adeleye was also on target.
Fraser Cannon-Brownlie got both of Ruddington Village’s goals as they beat Bingham Town 2-1. Michael Jepps was the Bingham scorer.
Magdala Amateurs were 3-1 winners over Cotgrave thanks to Kayode Omojola, Dan Barton and Rowan Cooper.
In Division One, Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves beat Calverton Miners Welfare 3-2 thanks to a late winner from Callum Chapman. Matt Clowes and Keanu Stevenson were also on target for Kimberley, Jay Hodson and Brinsley Kirkham for Calverton.
Kirton Brickworks missed a penalty and Awsworth Villa Reserves had a late effort ruled out for offside as they drew 2-2. Jake Brooks and George Cooper twice gave Villa the lead, Kieran Chamberlain and Spencer Garratt replied for The Brickies, who also had Daniel Abbott sent off.
Ant Fragola and Luke Sharpe gave Wollaton Reserves a 2-0 win over Netherfield Albion.
Gedling Southbank saw off AFC Clifton 6-1. James Needham (2), Josh Cranny, Tom Jeffries, Joshua Price and Nicholas Edgar all netted for Gedling, Ashley Hickman-Court got Clifton’s consolation.
Southwell City Reserves and Ashland Rovers drew 1-1.
In Division Two, a late penalty gave leaders Team DNF a 2-1 win over Aslockton Cranmers. Selston Reserves won by a similar scoreline at Bilsthorpe Reserves.
A solitary goal saw Ravenshead past Bingham Town Reserves and Underwood Villa Reserves won 2-0 against Mansfield Hosiery Mills.
Basford United Community Reserves beat Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 7-2 and West Bridgford AFC won 5-3 at Greyhounders.