In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, with the top two not in action third-placed Basford United Community couldn’t completely capitalise as they had to come from behind three times to snatch a 3-3 draw at Nottingham Trent University.
James Fletcher put the students ahead after 14 minutes but midway through the first half Rico Tomusange pulled the visitors level. 10 minutes later Rackeem Reid was hauled down in the box, he then stepped up to fire home the resulting spot kick himself to give NTU a 2-1 lead going into the break. Joshua Ashison brought Basford back on level terms a quarter of an hour into the second half before, with five minutes remaining, Joshua Barr-Rostron put the hosts ahead yet again, only for Malcolm Podier to ensure a share of the spoils as time ran out.
Jake Fisher grabbed a hat-trick for Wollaton in their 6-1 win at Underwood Villa. Sam Rothwell, Liam Towle and Callum Barratt were also on target, Ash Foster got Villa’s consolation.
Jourdan Blair scored for the seventh match on the trot as Real United overcame Aston United 2-0. Craig Binch also netted.
Oliver Clark bagged brace for AFC Dunkirk in their 3-1 victory against Sandiacre Town. Zydane Richardson got the third with Mark Raisin replying for Town.
Newark Flowserve recorded an impressive 7-3 win over Ruddington Village. There were two goals apiece for Callum Barnes, Joe Hurst and Daryl Price and one for Steven Venables for Newark. Adam Cooke, Michael Leslie and Fraser Cannon-Brownlie were on the scoresheet for Ruddington.
Cotgrave saw off Unity 2-0 thanks to Andrew McClean and Jordan Hopkinson.
Despite having a two goal lead twice in the game Magdala Amateurs could only manage a 3-3 draw in the end away at Bingham Town. Gareth Bentley put The Budgies two to the good before Michael Jepps pulled one back for Town. Bentley then rounded off his hat-trick to restore the two goal advantage before Jepps once again narrowed the lead. With time running out Tom Spencer struck for the hosts to deny Magdala the victory.
Attenborough and FC Cavaliers drew 1-1. Ben Agbakosi put Cavs ahead in the first half but they were pegged back by Liam McCormack after the break.
In Division One, despite twice being ahead Wollaton Reserves lost 3-2 to Southwell City Reserves as the visitors scored with the last kick of the match. The win saw Southwell leapfrog their opponents into second in the table behind Calverton Miners Welfare, who weren’t in action. Niall Rodney (2) and Matthew Johnson were the City scorers; Andrew Gill and Aaron Russell for Wollaton.
Scott Kirk gave AFC Bridgford a 1-0 win at Gedling Southbank.
Ed Jackson, Graham Beavis and Paul Revuelta were all on target for Ashland Rovers in their 3-0 win over Greenwood Meadows AFC.
Ruddington Village Reserves won by a similar scoreline against Birchover Park with goals from Kaiden Burke-Campbell, Dominic Pearce and Ross Cochrane-Smith.
Awsworth Villa Reserves bounced back from a heavy midweek defeat to beat Clifton All Whites Reserves 2-1. George Cooper and Ben Watson netted for Villa; Nick Kennerdale for Clifton.
Wes O’Rourke grabbed a hat-trick for Kirton Brickworks as they saw off Netherfield Albion 6-0. Jamie Charlton (2) and Scott Ricketts also notched.
Bilborough United played a quarter of their game at Keyworth United Reserves with only nine men but managed to come away with a 1-1 draw. Jonny Crawley scored for Keyworth, Roland Tomlinson for Bilborough.
In Division Two, leaders Team DNF made it nine wins out of nine as they defeated Selston Reserves 3-0. DNF also had a penalty saved and Selston were reduced to 10 men on the stroke of full time.
Ravenshead are up to second after a 3-1 win at home to Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Basford United Community went down 4-1 at home to Bilsthorpe Reserves.
Aslockton Cranmers got back to winning ways – 6-3 against Radcliffe Olympic Reserves - following their first defeat of the season the previous weekend and Greyhounders double their win tally as they overcame Bingham Town Reserves 3-1.