Awsworth Villa sit six points clear at the top of the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division after they made it five wins from five by overcoming AFC Dunkirk 8-2. There was a hat-trick for Jake Fisher and two for Aaron James alongside efforts from Ben Branston, Jason Rimell and substitute James Machin. George Bosworth with Dunkirk’s replies.
Also having a 100% record, but from three games, are Southwell City, who saw off Magdala Amateurs 4-2 on Friday night. In an action-packed game both of The Budgies’ goals came from penaties courtesy of Tom Haw but both teams also missed from the spot. Goals from 16 year-olds George Caudwell (2) and Ewan Hill plus a William Stocks free kick saw City home.
Stapleford Town kicked off their campaign on Saturday and also have a 100% record by virtue of the fact they defeated Calverton Miners Welfare 2-0. Jimmy Hassall and Jamie McKeever were both on target.
Eastwood CFC Development moved up to third with a 5-1 win over Gedling Southbank. The Eastwood goals were shared between Tom Coupe, Danny Tring, Takunda Mushambi, Kieran Knight and Thomas Eastwood; Patrick Grey with GSB’s consolation.
FC Cavaliers lost their unbeaten record as an 85th minute James Hallam strike was sufficient for Aslockton & Orston to take all three points.
Bilborough Town got their first points on the board with a 1-1 draw with Bingham Town on Friday night. Ashley Dixon put Bilborough ahead in the second half but Mike Jepps quickly levelled matters and that’s how the score stayed.
In Division One, Basford United Community were briefly in top spot after their 7-0 defeat of Selston reserves on Friday night which included five goals from Kole Lambert and a brace from Kamani Wilson.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers moved back into first place on Saturday, however, by overcoming Awsworth Villa Reserves 6-1. There were two apiece for Adam Forry and Darren Oldham, with Markell Bailey and Cory Johnson also on the scoresheet.
Bridgford United are in third after a 4-2 win at Burton Joyce. Bridgford’s goals were shared between Jourdan Blair, Liam Honeyman, Dwain Miller and substitute Jarrod Westcarr.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills got off the mark with a 4-1 victory over Radford Reserves, including an Aaron Turner hat-trick, while Southwell City Reserves also got their first points on the board as they saw off Ruddington Village 2-1.
Likewise Beeston are now up and running after a 5-3 win against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves, including two goals for both Henry Sainsbury and Bright Agana, who came off the bench to make his debut. Two Jordan Pinder goals had taken Kimberley in 2-1 to the good at the break.
A Thomas Teer brace helped AFC Bridgford on their way to a 3-1 win against Netherfield Albion while Wollaton Reserves won by a similar scoreline at Bestwood Miners Welfare.
In Division Two, a Leighton Nicholson hat-trick helped leaders Newark Flowserve on their way to an 8-0 win at Magdala Amateurs Reserves. Stapleford Town Reserves consolidated second place with a 2-1 win over Sneinton Town.
AFC Clifton maintained their 100% record with a 4-0 win over Elston United while Bingham Town Reserves moved up to fourth by overcoming Ravenshead Reserves 3-0.
Robin Hood Colts kicked off their NSL campaign by edging past Keyworth United Development 4-3.