Newark back to winning ways...
In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Newark Flowserve put last week’s blip behind them as they returned to winning ways by dispatching a youthful Bilborough Town 6-0. Lee Potts and Elliott King put the hosts two up in the opening seven minutes. Sam Agar added a third before King completed a hat-trick with goals either side of half time. James Cullingworth rounded out the win with five minutes remaining.
It was stalemate between Calverton Miners Welfare and FC Cavaliers although the latter missed a prime opportunity to take all three points as they had a penalty saved.
Ashley Foster and Joshua Hunt scored two apiece for Underwood Villa as they edged past Attenborough 4-3. Daniel Rowley (2) and Jack Upton were on target for Boro.
Substitute Morgan Shevlin scored an 80th minute winner for Southwell City as they triumphed 3-2 at Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC. Romello Nangle and a Daniel Gleeson penalty had earlier cancelled out Alex Shipley’s opener and a Matthew Eastwood strike for Kimberley.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves and Selston Reserves shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Casey Fisher grabbed both for Wollo, Tom Widdowson and Robbie Manners for Selston.
Southwell City Reserves were convincing 8-0 winners over Beeston Rylands. Johnny Collins bagged a hat-trick alongside efforts from Jack Goode (2), Blair Bryant, Luke Thompson and Thomas Tyler.
Stapleford Town won 4-1 at Real Community despite having Michael Robb sent off for two cautionable offences. Mitchell Robinson and Junior Rodriguez both bagged a brace for Town, Dillon Bird with Real’s reply.
A Ryan Keeley double put Kirton Brickworks ahead against AFC Bridgford however the match was abandoned early in the second half as weather conditions deteriorated.
In Division Two, Sneinton Town came away from Gedling Southbank Reserves with a 2-1 win.