In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Newark Flowserve made it 19 wins from 19 as a solitary second half strike from Daryl Price saw them overcome Underwood Villa 1-0.
Awsworth Villa kept hold of second place on goal difference from FC Cavaliers thanks to an 8-0 win over a youthful Bilborough Town while Cavs won 3-1 at home to Bingham Town. Ryan Whitehurst grabbed a hat-trick and John Whitehurst a brace for Villa, alongside efforts from Matt Murphy, Matt Goodwin and Ben Watson. Blessing Adeleye bagged two for Cavs with Mustapha John adding the third, Ed Hodgson with the late consolation for Bingham.
Basford United Community are up to fourth, the first of five teams with 32 points, after their 5-0 win over Sandiacre Town; the goals were shared between Anthony Bedward, Ian Green, Joe Harrison, Louis Tomlinson and Michael Uzoka.
Wollaton have slipped to fifth as they went down 5-3 at home to AFC Dunkirk, despite Jason Rimmel having given them the lead early on. Brett Soiza and Lorcan Hockey scored two apiece for Dunkirk with George Bosworth adding the fifth. Jake Fisher got Wollaton’s second and third to take his tally for the season to 34.
Bottom club Attenborough have doubled their number of wins for the season in their last two matches, this time a 2-0 victory over sixth-placed Southwell City. Both goals came in the first half, from Paul Ireson and Jason Jude.
Cotgrave suffered their fourth home defeat on the trot, going down 3-2 to Gedling Southbank. Thomas Jeffries (2) and Reiss Coy netted for Gedling, Lee Potts and Okon Bassey for Cotgrave.
Calverton Miners Welfare round out the teams on 32 points, they won 3-1 at Magdala Amateurs with goals from Barry Payne, George Scrivener and substitute Lewis Wheelhouse. Neil Morgan with The Budgies’ reply.
On Friday night Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC and Ruddington Village shared the points in a 3-3 draw.
In Division One, leaders Netherfield Albion took a 3-0 lead, through Martin McDonagh (2) and Joshua Broad, at home to Selston Reserves. Luke Wigley struck twice for the visitors but they couldn’t find a third in order to take anything from the game.
Keyworth United Reserves kept pace in second with a 4-3 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves. Scott Litchfield bagged a brace for the visitors. Bradley Woodcock scored two for Southwell City Reserves in their 3-1 win over third placed Kirton Brickworks.
Ravenshead ran out 6-2 winners at Ruddington Village Reserves thanks to Tyler Lambert’s fourth hat-trick of the season, a double from debutant Daniel Fisher and a Sean Creer-Thornton strike.
Thomas Teer scored two for AFC Bridgford and Daniel Bircumshaw two for Ashland Rovers as the sides shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw. A solitary Anton Daniels effort in the first half saw Real Community past Wollaton Reserves 1-0.
Beeston Rylands and Stapleford Town were both in Nottinghamshire FA Junior Cup action nd enjoyed differing fortunes. Beeston went out 7-0 to Polonia Nottingham United whereas a Junior Rodriguez double helped Stapleford overcome Old Elizabethans 6-2.
In Division Two, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers overran Underwood Villa Reserves 9-0, including a Markell Bailey hat-trick, while Curtis James was also on target three times as Burton Joyce saw off Greyhounders 7-0.
Second placed Bridgford United remain two points behind the leaders following a 3-0 win over Gedling Southbank Reserves. Southwell City Development won 3-2 at Newark Flowserve Reserves to draw level on points with their opponents.
Sneinton Town beat Keyworth United Development 3-0 and Barrowby edged past Magdala Amateurs Reserves 3-2.
Bingham Town Reserves saw off Kirton Brickworks 2-0 and Jordan Sharpe netted four for AFC Clifton as they won 5-1 at Welbeck Lions Reserves.