In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Newark Flowserve chalked up win number 28 as they saw off AFC Dunkirk 5-0. Elliott King opened the scoring from the penalty spot before adding a second from open play. Daryl Price bagged a brace of his own then turned provider for Sam Agar to add the fifth.
David Kolapo scored all four for second-placed FC Cavaliers in their 4-1 win at Attenborough. Paul Ireson came off the bench to get Boro’s consolation.
Awsworth Villa ended a run of three matches without a win as they dispatched Magdala Amateurs 7-1. Matt Murphy and Josh Niblett both notched twice with Kyle Crofts, John Whitehurst and Adam Jackson also on the scoresheet. Neil Morgan with Magdala’s solitary effort.
Southwell City are now seven unbeaten after a 2-1 win over Basford United Community. Dalton Stephens and Edward Clarke put City ahead before Bettinson Paixao pulled one back for Basford. Southwell have trusted in youth this year and finished the game with the back four all under 20 years of age.
Calverton Miners Welfare won 2-1 at Underwood Villa with Sam Buckle and George Scrivener on target. Joshua Hunt the Villa scorer.
Cotgrave salvaged a draw at Bilborough Town in dramatic fashion. Town were two up as the game entered stoppage time thanks to Ricky Law and Joel Isaacs but then Shaun Jackson gave Cotgrave hope before the visitors’ goalkeeper, Jonathan Garton, came up for a corner in the 93rd minute and nabbed the equaliser.
Sandiacre Town won 5-1 at Ruddington Village.
In Division One, Keyworth United Reserves’ lead is down to two points after Stapleford Town won 3-1 at Ashland Rovers. Mitchell Robinson, Benjamin Smedley and Joshua Watts netted for Stapleford, Matthew Hubbard replying for Rovers.
A solitary Kasey Fisher second half strike saw Wollaton Reserves past Southwell City Reserves 1-0 whereas Kirton Brickworks were 6-1 winners over bottom side AFC Bridgford. Lee Bowler was on target twice alongside efforts from Patrick Brudzinski, Kyle Clarkson, Anton Highton-Slater and substitute Scott Ricketts. Liam Wilson with Bridgford’s consolation.
In Division Two, Woodthorpe Park Rangers opened up a nine point gap at the top of the table after they won 5-0 against Sneinton Town while Bridgford United went down 4-3 at home to Keyworth United Development.
Burton Joyce continue to chase the top two as the saw off Kirton Brickworks Reserves 4-0.
Barrowby and Newark Flowserve Reserves drew 3-3 while Gedling Southbank Reserves won 8-0 against Nottingham City.