In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Newark Flowserve made it 14 wins from 14 with a 3-1 victory at Ruddington Village. Blaine Hancock netted on debut for Newark alongside strikes from Elliot King and Michael Attard. Daniel Johnson replied for Rudd.
Wollaton are up to second following their 6-2 win at Magdala Amateurs. Jake Fisher struck four, with Reece Campbell also on target for Wollaton who also benefitted from an own goal. Tom Haw grabbed both for the Budgies.
Cotgrave are in third, but only because they have scored 10 fewer goals from Wollaton. They were denied all three points as Sandiacre Town scored a 95th minute equaliser after Sam Adams had put Cotgrave ahead from the spot.
A solitary Ian Green strike was enough to see Basford United Community past AFC Dunkirk.
Southwell City returned to winning ways as they saw off Underwood Villa 3-0 with goals from Calum Law, Sam Saunders and William Stocks.
Gedling Southbank defeated an injury-ravaged Bilborough Town 4-2. Gedling’s goals were shared between Mason Coy, Thomas Lawson, James Needham and Caine Wood. Ryan Clements and Jack Hutchby replied for Town.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Intermediate Cup there were three all-NSL ties with Tom Spencer scoring four for Bingham Town in their 7-2 triumph over Real Community, Attenborough seeing off Ashland Rovers 2-1 and Calverton Miners Welfare knocking out Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC 4-0. FC Cavaliers went down 3-1 to Sherwood Colliery of the Central Midlands League.
In Division One, Stapleford Town closed the gap to leaders Netherfield Albion to four points, albeit having played one more game, as a Junior Rodriguez hat-trick helped them to a 7-3 win over Ruddington Village Reserves.
James Hall scored four for AFC Bridgford as they lifted themselves off the foot of the table with a 6-0 win over Bilborough United.
Keyworth United Reserves edged past Selston Reserves 2-1 and Southwell City Reserves came away from Ravenshead with a 2-0 win.
It was honours even between Wollaton Reserves and Kirton Brickkworks as it ended 1-1.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Junior Cup it took extra time for Beeston Rylands to see off Netherfield Albion, eventually running out 4-2 winners. Newark Flowserve Reserves won by the odd goal in seven at Bridgford United but Gedling Southbank Reserves crashed out at Old Elizabethans 8-3.
In Division Two, Cameron Marsh netted four for Burton Joyce in their 7-1 win at Southwell City Development. Daniel Barton scored all three for Magdala Amateurs Reserves as they edged out Nottingham City 3-2.
Greyhounders bounced back from a huge loss the previous week to beat Underwood Villa Reserves 5-2 and Barrowby moved up to sixth with a 2-1 win at Kirton Brickworks Reserves.