The top two faced off in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division. It was the second-placed side, Clifton All Whites, that were victorious as a first half Niall O’Rafferty penalty saw off leaders Bilborough Town 1-0. The defeat for Bilborough cut their lead to just three points, having played two more games than Clifton.
Wollaton moved up to third with an 8-3 win at Real United. Jake Fisher was on target five times for the visitors, alongside efforts from Sean Craven, Kyle Nutt and Ryan Tinsley. James Greenhalgh, Romeo Mugadza and Tris Whitman replied for Real.
Awsworth Villa slipped to fourth as they went down 5-2 at Basford United Community. Jamie Walker bagged a brace for Basford, Jack Duffy, Zaire Jackson-Burchall and Ewan Sweeting also netted. Matt Goodwin and Sam McElroy scored for Villa.
After having been unbeaten in fourteen matches, AFC Dunkirk suffered their third defeat in a row as they went down 1-0 at home to Cotgrave. Lee Potts struck from the penalty spot in the second half for the visitors.
Aston United defeated Magdala Amateurs 2-0 with goals from Chris Beighton and Shay Wiggins.
Bingham Town saw off Underwood Villa 3-1. Toby Stevenson and Mike Jepps put Bingham two up early on before Villa hit back through Samuel Tring. Jepps sealed the points for Bingham with his second after the break.
Nottingham Trent University leapfrogged FC Cavaliers in the table as they beat them 2-1. Luke Southby and Connor Bartle were on target for NTU, Chad Richards for Cavs.
Attenborough picked up a vital three points with a 4-3 win over Unity. Substitute Liam McCormack struck twice for Boro, in addition to Paul Ireson and Jordan Smith. Tony Law, Dean Msungama and Greg Halford notched for Unity.
Following a draw with the league leaders in midweek, Sandiacre Town defeated the reigning champions, Ruddington Village, 3-1.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare continued their title quest with a 4-1 win at Bilborough United. Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves kept pace in second as they saw off bottom side AFC Clifton 5-0.
Kirton Brickworks moved back up to third with a 2-1 win at home to Ruddington Village Reserves while Wollaton Reserves went down 4-1 at home to Ashland Rovers.
Keyworth United Reserves won by the odd goal in five against Birchover Park.
In Division Two, Team DNF strengthened their title credentials with a 5-1 win at Greyhounders while Bilsthorpe Reserves won by a similar scoreline at Underwood Villa Reserves.
Selston Reserves came from behind to win 2-1 at Mansfield Hosiery Mills and it was honours even between Aslockton Cranmers and Bingham Town Reserves as they drew 2-2.