In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town opened up a six point gap at the top of the table after they came from behind to win away at Sandiacre Town. Brad Mellors put the hosts ahead inside the first minute and The Saints maintained the lead through to half time. Bilborough equalised just after the restart through Jake Kane but they were on level terms for less than 10 minutes as Rory Green put Sandiacre back ahead. Ultimately a quick fire double from Ricky Law and Jack Nicholson sealed the points for the table toppers.
AFC Dunkirk saw off FC Cavaliers 2-0 despite finishing the game with only nine men. Tim Berridge opened the scoring after five minutes when he fired home a Jordan Alls cross then he doubled his and Dunkirk’s tally immediately after the break, this time Sam Harbottle was the provider. With just over 20 minutes remaining Dunkirk were reduced to nine players, as both McKenna Parton and Pierce Bird received their marching orders after they picked up two yellow cards, but the visitors held on for the win.
Basford United Community were 2-0 winners over Bingham Town on Friday evening after Jack Duffy netted in each half.
Newark Flowserve got their first victory since their new management team took over early in 2017 as they defeated Unity 3-0. Chris Self struck either side of half time and Tom Potts added the third.
Cotgrave and Wollaton shared 10 goals at Woodview with Jake Fisher (2), Joe Branston, Sam Rothwell and Ryan Bowen all on target for Wollo.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves were reduced to 10 men after only 10 minutes at home to Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves but then managed to take the lead through Ant Fragola. They nearly held out for the win but an injury time equaliser from Alex Neilson ensured the points were shared.
Gedling Southbank were 3-1 winners at Bilborough United thanks to James Needham (2) and Patrick Grey. Roland Tomlinson replied for United.
Luke Burrell and Max Pembleton gave Keyworth United Reserves a 2-1 win over AFC Bridgford. Junaid Kayani was Bridgford’s scorer.
Only one game survived the weather in Division Two as Basford United Community Reserves beat Aslockton Cranmers 2-0.