In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town claimed their seventh win from seven, and kept their sixth clean sheet, as they defeated Attenborough 2-0 with goals from Tarik Nadif and Ricky Law.
Awsworth Villa also maintained their 100% record as a Matt Goodwin hat-trick helped them beat Real United 3-2. Anthony Gregory and Tony Law were on target for Real.
Newark Flowserve suffered their first defeat of the season as they went down 4-1 at home to Nottingham Trent University. Dylan Otshudy put NTU ahead but Elliott King levelled matters before the break. Two second half Jack Mordecai goals, including one from the spot, and a Joshua Barr-Rostron effort settled the match.
Aston United were 2-0 winners away at FC Cavaliers with Liams Slater and McCormack scoring either side of half-time.
Wollaton shocked last season’s champions as they ran out 8-2 winners at Ruddington Village. There were two goals apiece for Sean Craven, Jake Fisher, Ashley Kelly and Jay Knight for Wollaton. Peter Cassidy and Sam Winch got Village’s consolations.
Magdala Amateurs went two up inside the first fifteen minutes at home to Underwood Villa thanks to James Beavan and Neil Morgan however they were pegged back by Luke Wigley and an own goal and the game ended 2-2.
Beeston scored their first goal this season, courtesy of Gaz Willows, but it was in vain as they went down 7-1 at Cotgrave. Shane Brumpton (3), Lee Potts (2), Jordan Hopkinson and Joe Heggarty were the Cotgrave scorers.
Basford United Community won 2-0 at Sandiacre Town.
Wollaton Reserves crept into top spot in Division One with a 2-2 draw at Ashland Rovers. Adam and Paul Revuelta were on target for Rovers whilst Ricki Turner and an own goal ensured a share of the spoils.
Previous leaders Greenwood Meadows AFC lost 2-0 at home to Birchover Park; Ikell Catton and Gary Harris scoring for the visitors.
Calverton Miners Welfare overcame Kirton Brickworks 4-0 through Sam Buckle (2), Jason Hodson and Darren Williamson.
11 goals were scored in the match between Clifton All Whites Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves with Rudd prevailing 7-4. The division’s top scorer from last season, Sam Dunstan, netted four for Village alongside Jordan Richardson (2) and Rio Johnson. Connor Hardy (2), Corbi Brown and Tristram Whitman replied for Clifton.
Kurt Savage, Ben Watson and George Cooper gave Awsworth Villa Reserves a 3-1 win at Southwell City Reserves, with Matthew Johnson scoring for City.
Patrick Gray scored the only goal of the game as Gedling Southbank edged past AFC Bridgford and Keyworth United Reserves came away from Bilborough United with a 2-1 win.
In Division Two, Selston Reserves took sole possession of top spot with a 4-2 win at Bingham Town Reserves. It was honours even in the Aslockton derby as Aslockton Cranmers and Greyhounders drew 3-3. Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Bilsthorpe took a point each on Friday night with a 1-1 draw.
The NSL Senior Cup got underway as Premier Division Unity defeated Netherfield Albion, from Division One, 4-1.