In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Bilborough Town maintained their five point lead with a 9-2 win at Attenborough. There were hat-tricks for Conor Croft and Lyam Webster alongside efforts from Ricky Cross, Matthew Hayes and Tarik Nadif.
Awsworth Villa kept pace with the leaders thanks to a 3-2 win at Nottingham Trent University. Ryan Whitehurst moved onto 28 goals for the season with a brace for Villa, adding to Aiden Blewitt’s strike. Will Daly and Jake Rhodes replied for NTU.
Clifton All Whites are up to third on goal difference as they saw off Newark Flowserve 3-0. All the goals were in the first period: two penalties from Niall O’Rafferty and a deft finish from Sam Leggitt.
Basford United Community came from behind to defeat Unity 4-2 on Friday evening. Jermaine o’Connor put Unity ahead inside five minutes then Harry Wakefield equalised midway through the first half. O’Connor put his side back in front only for Ezra Kitugano to equalise before the break. Jheryl Pickbourne put Basford ahead for the first time on 70 minutes and Joe Harrison sealed the three points soon after.
Buoyed by their second win of the campaign the previous weekend Underwood Villa carried their improved form into their match at Wollaton and came away with a 1-0 win thanks to Jake Sinfield.
Cotgrave bounced back from midweek defeat with a 5-2 win over FC Cavaliers. Shane Brumpton (2), Andrew McLean, Dougie Mills and Lee Potts netted for Cotgrave, Immain Samuels and Robbie Faulkner for Cavs.
Pierce Bird, Aiden Smith and Tom Moore helped AFC Dunkirk see off Magdala Amateurs 3-0.
After an encouraging performance, if not result, against League One Chesterfield in midweek, Aston United won 4-0 at Sandiacre Town. The goals were shard between Jason Jude, Liam Slater, Shay Wiggins and Chris Beighton.
Honours were even at half time between Bingham Town and Ruddington Village after Jay Archer had given Bingham an early lead before the visitors found an equaliser. The hosts took the control in the second half, however, and ran out 5-2 winners with Scott Buckberry (2), Tom Spencer and Chris Bradford also on the scoresheet.
In Division One, Southwell City Reserves missed the opportunity to close the gap to Calverton Miners Welfare at the top as they went down 2-1 at Ashland Rovers. It was 0-0 at half-time but it didn’t stay that way for long in the second period as Calum Law put the visitors ahead. Adam Mellors equalised for Ashland from the spot before Mark Summers added the late winner.
Kirton Brickowkrs are up to third after a 4-2 win at Netherfield Albion while AFC Bridgford won 2-0 at Ruddington Village Reserves.
Awsworth Villa Reserves overcame Clifton All Whites Reserves 16-1 with five goals coming from Luke Hodgman.
Birchover Park beat AFC Clifton 3-1 and Gedling Southbank edged past Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves 3-2.
In Division Two, Ravenshead suffered only their second defeat of the season as they went down 6-2 at Basford United Community Reserves.
Like their first team counterparts, Underwood Villa Reserves have recorded their second and third wins of the season in the past two weeks, this time it was 6-0 against West Bridgford AFC.
Bilsthorpe Reserves won 4-2 at Greyhounders.