In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Awsworth Villa closed the gap to Bilborough Town at the top to three points with a 2-2 draw against Nottingham Trent University. Daniel Busch gave NTU a half time lead before a brace from Ryan Whitehurst put Villa in the ascendancy. A stunning late effort from Jack Mordecai ensured it was honours even.
Clifton All Whites made it ten wins on the trot with a 3-1 victory at Attenborough. Sam Leggitt put Clifton in front with a header before Corbi Brown doubled the advantage. Jordan Smith pulled one back for Boro before the break but substitute Courtney Hastings made sure of the three points for the All Whites late on.
Cotgrave continued their recent topsy-turvy form with a 3-0 win over Basford United Community thanks to a first half Lee Potts brace and a 70th minute effort from Andrew McLean.
Wollaton edged past Bingham Town 3-2. Jake Fisher and Jay Knight put Wollaton two to the good before Mike Jepps halved the deficit. Ryan Bowen, on his return to the club, restored the two goal advantage for Wollaton and they held on for the win despite a late Jay Archer strike for Bingham.
With a new management team in place Newark Flowserve snatched a 2-2 draw with Magdala Amateurs thanks to a last-minute Joe Hurst strike. Leighton Nicholson had notched earlier for Flowserve; Ross Herridge and a Joe Parker own goal for The Budgies.
Underwood Villa and Ruddington Village claimed a point apiece with a 1-1 draw. Joe Wright netted for Villa, Fraser Cannon-Brownlie for Village.
Unity took an early lead thanks to Greg Halford at home to Sandiacre Town but the visitors hit back through Daniel Harries, Wilson Brito, Liam Woods and Bradley Mellors to claim a 4-1 win.
FC Cavaliers and Real United played out a stalemate.
In Division One it was second versus first. Leaders Calverton Miners Welfare brought Kirton Brickworks’ six game winning streak crashing to a halt as they ran out 4-0 victors with goals from Jason Hodson, Brinsley Kirkham and Sam Buckle (2). The Brickies had Scott Ricketts sent off midway through the first half.
Southwell City Reserves are now up to second after they overcame Bilborough United 5-1. There were two goals each for Oliver Clarke and Liam Wilkinson with the fifth added by Robert Brown. Alec Bamford grabbed United’s consolation.
Wollaton Reserves went down 3-1 at home to Awsworth Villa Reserves and Gedling Southbank lost by the odd goal in five at Ruddington Village Reserves.
Keyworth United Reserves edged out AFC Bridgford 1-0 and Birchover Park defeated Netherfield Albion 3-2.
In Division Two, Leaders Team DNF maintained a six point gap at the top with a 1-0 win over Bingham Town Reserves. Ravenshead moved into second outright as they won 3-1 at West Bridgford AFC while Selston Reserves went down 1-0 at home to Aslockton Cranmers.
Underwood Villa Reserves beat Basford United Community 5-3 and Mansfield Hosiery Mills won by a similar scoreline against Greyhounders.