In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Clifton All Whites went clear at the top with a 4-1 win at Cotgrave. Clifton scored all their goals, in this dress rehearsal for the upcoming NSL Senior Cup semi-final, in the first half through Craig Meakin, David Hawkes, Corbi Brown and a Niall O’Rafferty penalty. Lee Potts pulled one back for Cotgrave late on but it was nothing more than a consolation.
Lowly Underwood Villa had a 2-1 lead over former leaders Bilborough Town, thanks to goals from Callum Thompson and Alexander Mann, either side of a Jake Kane effort for Town. The game was halted with time running out following a serious injury to Bilborough’s Matt Hayes.
Jordan Alls struck a double hat-trick for AFC Dunkirk as they ended a three game losing streak by overcoming Wollaton 7-2. Alls completed his first hat-trick inside the first 23 minutes before Wollaton missed the opportunity to pull one back as they struck a penalty against the bar. They did manage to reduce the arrears before the break, however, with Ryan Tinsley on target. Alls restored the three goal advantage in the second half before Tinsley made amends for the earlier Wollaton penalty miss by converting from the spot. The double hat-trick for Alls was completed in the 76th minute then Tim Berridge added the icing on the cake for Dunkirk in injury time.
Newark Flowserve edged past Aston United 2-1. Liam Moran put Newark ahead midway through the second half but Jason Jude restored parity moments later. Substitute Jamie Charlton netted the winner for Flowserve in the closing stages.
Magdala Amateurs beat FC Cavaliers 4-2 with goals from Neil Morgan (2), Dan Barton and Tom Groves. Zibusiso Sibanda with Cavs’ replies.
Daniel Mearon bagged a brace for Nottingham Trent University in their 4-1 win over Unity. Fraser Prophet and Toju James also netted; Shaquille Golding got Unity’s consolation.
Attenborough recorded back-to-back wins as they overcame Ruddington Village 5-3. Paul Ireson (2), Adam Martin, Liam McCormack and Jordan Smith did the damage for Boro. Daniel Starbuck, Danny Johnson and Ashley Moorcroft notched for Village.
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare maintained their seven point lead with a 4-0 win over Birchover Park. Dane Bennett, Sam Buckle, James Davis and Brinsley Kirkham were the Calvo scorers.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves kept pace in second as they won 2-1 at Southwell City Reserves. Josh Lewis got both goals for Kimberley, who had Tom Slade sent off. Calum Law scored for Southwell.
Channon Small and Kristopher Drackett put Bilborough United two up at home to Kirton Brickworks but a Scott Ricketts double for the visitors ensured the points were shared.
Juan Vickers put Awsworth Villa Reserves ahead at Ruddington Village Reserves but the hosts took a 3-1 lead into the break thanks to Ross Cochrane-Smith (2) and Adam Price-Henson. Villa struck back in the second half, however, as four goals from George Cooper gave them the win 5-3.
Alex England and Paul Revuelta saw Ashland Rovers past Keyworth United Reserves 2-0.
AFC Bridgford notched their first victory since mid-December as they overcame Netherfield Albion 3-1. Tom Teer (2) and Liam Wilson were on target for Bridgford, Marius Mihai for Albion.
In Division Two, Aslockton Cranmers won 4-0 at home to Basford United Community Reserves while West Bridgford AFC saw off Underwood Villa Reserves 5-1.
In the NSL Junior Cup quarter-final it took extra-time to separate Selston Reserves and Bingham Town Reserves. It was stalemate after 90 minutes but Bingham opened the scoring in the first extra period. Selston immediately got back on level terms and eventually went on to win 3-1.