Flowserve maintain 100% record...
In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Newark Flowserve maintained their 100% record with a 2-1 win at newly promoted Calverton Miners Welfare. A first half Sol Miller brace put Newark in the ascendency, Harry Simpson pulled one back for Calvo after the break but they were unable to find an equaliser.
Cotgrave are the division’s only other unbeaten team, having seen off Attenborough 4-0 with a Lee Potts hat-trick and a Jay Kirkby header.
Bilborough Town held onto third place on goal difference as they drew 1-1 with Underwood Villa. Ricky Law put Town ahead early in the second half but Ashley Foster ensured a share of the spoils for Villa.
Southwell City appeared to be on course for a 1-0 win at Basford United Community thanks to Romello Nangle, however, after 87 minutes, Daniel Brown managed to put through his own net for City in trying to deal with a left wing cross. But that wasn’t the end of the scoring as Stewart Gill got his head to a Daniel Gleeson free kick on 89 minutes to restore Southwell’s advantage and claim all three points.
FC Cavaliers took a four goal lead against Sandiacre Town courtesy of Blessing Adeleye, Steven Beejer, Andrew Danylyszyn and Zibusiso Sibanda. Town then chose to spring to life and managed to pull it back to 4-3 after 67 minutes with goals from Harrison Toward, Charlie Goodwin and Ethan Winfield. They were unable to find an equaliser, however, and Cavs hung on for the win.
A Jake Fisher hat-trick, Ryan Tinsley brace and a Liam Towle strike gave Wollaton a 6-1 win at Ruddington Village. Fergus Cannon-Brownlee got Rudd’s consolation.
A 31st minute Joshua Lewis effort was enough to give Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC the bragging rights in their derby with Awsworth Villa.
Bingham Town arrested a run of three straight defeats with a 6-2 victory over AFC Dunkirk. Tom Spencer (2), Ed Hodgson, Lewis Ray , Harley Cox and Scott Buckberry were all on target for Bingham; George Bosworth and Sean Craven for Dunkirk.
Gedling Southbank got their first points of the season with a 3-1 win at Magdala Amateurs. Tom Haw opened the scoring for The Budgies but Ben Soar, Caine Wood and Thomas Jeffries hit back to give GSB the win.
In Division One, Stapleford Town moved to the summit with a 4-2 win against Kirton Brickworks in front of a huge crowd for their first home game in the town since they were formed at the start of this season. Rikki Turner got all four of Stapleford’s goals.
Ravenshead got their first point at the fourth time of asking, following promotion, as they drew 1-1 against Beeston Rylands.
A Scott Litchfield hat-trick wasn’t enough for Keyworth United Reserves as they went down 4-3 to Ashland Rovers, this despite Rovers playing over half of the match with only ten men following Ross Wilson’s dismissal.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills moved level on points with their opponents and local rivals, Selston Reserves, thanks to a 4-2 win, including a Luke Greaves hat-trick.
Luke Allwood registered a double hat-trick for Real Community as they overcame Bilborough United 7-5. Daniel Morgan scored three in a losing cause.
Southwell City Reserves edged past Awsworth Villa Reserves 1-0.
In Division Two, Burton Joyce followed up a 10-0 win last weekend with a 14-1 victory this time. Magdala Amateurs Reserves were on the receiving end.
There were hat-tricks for Chris Self and Joe Hurst for Newark Flowserve Reserves in their 8-1 win over Greyhounders.
Southwell City Development won 5-0 at Welbeck Lions Reserves while Sneinton Town overcame Keyworth United Development 4-1.
Bridgford United won by the odd goal in nine against Bingham Town Reserves and Gedling Southbank Reserves saw off Underwood Villa Reserves 2-0.
Kirton Brickworks Reserves and Nottingham City shared the points in a 2-2 draw.