In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City maintained their six point lead in the Premier Division with a 6-2 win against Calverton Miners Welfare. The Southwell goals were shared between Blair Bryant, Oliver Clarke, Stewart Gill, Calum Law, Jonathan Nussey and Morgan Shevlin. Calvo’s replies came from a penalty by Alex Clarson and an Ethan Hunter effort.
Awsworth Villa remain second after a Ben Watson winner saw them edge past Keywoeth United 4-3. Jake Fisher (2) and Kasey Fisher were also on the scoresheet for Villa, Scott Litchfield (2) and Macauley Tinsley for Keyworth.
Cotgrave are hot on the heels of Awsworth and demolished Attenborough 7-0. Lucas Cotterill grabbed a hat-trick in a man of the match performance that also included setting up 17 year old Sean Yorke to score on his debut. Shaun Jackson, Lee Potts and Dougie Mills were also on target.
Aslockton & Orston got back to winning ways for the first time since mid-November as they saw off FC Cavaliers 3-1. Pierce Hallam opened the scoring for The Cranmers after seven minutes then Julian Joachim extended the advantage on 35. David Kolapo halved the arrears not long after the break but Freddie Daws sealed the points late on.
Joshua Stevenson scored a hat-trick for Wollaton in their 4-2 win at Gedling Southbank. Tom Slade was also on target for Wollo, Tyler Cook and Hayden Johnson netting for Gedling.
Radcliffe Olympic have a new man at the helm in the shape of Chris Bennett. He could take positives from their game against Bilborough Town despite going down 4-1. A Cardell Labban hat-trick helped Town record their third win on the trot with Shea Gough also notching. Olympic’s reply came from a spectacular effort from 16 year old Archie Remnant.
On Friday night there were two goals apiece for Mitchell Robinson and Junior Rodriguez for Stapleford Town in their 6-1 win at Eastwood CFC Development. Ben Smedley and Emmet Edwards also struck for Stapleford who are waiting in the wings to break into the top three of the Premier Division, having several games in hand on those above them. Thomas Eastwood scored for his namesakes, who finished with nine men following the sendings off of Jake Pearson and Danny Tring.
Also on Friday, AFC Dunkirk overcame Sandiacre Town 3-2. Kieran Harrison, George Harrison and Luis Parkes scored for Dunkirk, Jordan Smith and Blaise Duruaku for Town.
On Friday in Division One, a solitary James Hill effort was enough to see Mansfield Hosiery Mills past Basford United Community 1-0.
On Saturday, after dropping points at Ruddington Village the previous week, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers made sure it didn’t happen again in the return fixture as they ran out 9-0 winners, including four for Markell Bailey and a brace for Conor Carter.
Nathan Francis was also on target four times, for Burton Joyce in their 6-1 win at AFC Bridgford. BJ stay third after Bridgford United also won 6-1, at Ravenshead.
Kirton Brickworks won 2-1 at Wollaton Reserves and, despite being reduced to ten men after 15 minutes, Bestwood Miners Welfare saw off Beeston 3-1.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves retained top spot with a 5-1 win over Elston United.
AFC Top Valley bumped Stapleford Town Reserves into third on goal difference with an 11-3 victory at Barrowby while the former second placed side lost 3-2 to Clifton All Whites Development. Kane Pearson netted five for Top Valley and Kurtis Blake Wynter came off the bench to notch twice in the last 20 minutes.
AFC Clifton stay fourth following a 4-0 win over Kirton Brickworks Reserves, just one point ahead of Newark Flowserve Reserves, who were 2-0 winners at Robin Hood Colts.
A Ryan Thorpe strike was enough to see Cotgrave Reserves past their local rivals Keyworth United Development and Nottingham Community edged out Raveshead Reserves 3-2.