In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Awsworth Villa moved to within four points of leaders Bilborough Town, with two games in hand, with a 1-0 win over Sandiacre Town. A Ryan Whitehurst effort separated the sides.
Bingham Town brought AFC Dunkirk’s 14 game unbeaten run to an end in fine style as they came from behind to run out 4-1 winners. Sam Harbottle took Dunkirk in at the break one up but Tom Spencer, Jonathan Morley, Matt Snelgrove and an own goal took the points for Bingham.
Magdala Amateurs were also 4-1 winners – against Newark Flowserve. An own goal put The Budgies ahead inside the first five minutes before Tom Groves doubled the advantage from distance. Callum Barnes pulled one back for Newark but later would leave the field with a nasty knee injury. Fionn Coffey and Neil Morgan sealed the points for Magdala.
Attenborough and Real United drew 1-1. James Knight netted for Boro, Owen Brown for Real, who had Alex Ford sent off.
In the Senior Cup quarter finals Clifton All Whites edged past Wollaton 3-2. Connor Hardy put Clifton ahead before the break and Niall O’Rafferty doubled the lead from the penalty spot in the second half. Despite being reduced to 10 men, Wollaton pulled one back through Jake Fisher but Corbi Brown restored the All Whites’ two goal cushion. A Jay Knight free-kick for Wollaton made for a tense finish.
It took extra-time for Cotgrave to knock out Aston United, eventually prevailing 4-2.
In Division One, Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves narrowed the gap to leaders Calverton Miners Welfare to four points with a 5-2 victory against AFC Clifton. The Kimberley goals came from Kyle Wrenn (2), Ian Shepherd, Alex Neilson and substitute Liam Honeyman.
Just two points separate the next four sides. Wollaton Reserves moved up to third with 3-1 win at Birchover Park and Gedling Southbank kept pace with them by edging past Southwell City Reserves 4-3, dropping Southwell to sixth in the process.
Kirton Brickworks slipped to fifth after going down 2-1 at home to Bilborough United.
Ashland Rovers were 4-0 winners at Ruddington Village Reserves and Awsworth Villa Reserves came away from AFC Bridgford with a 2-0 win.
In Division Two, leaders Team DNF maintained their six point lead with a 4-1 victory over Underwood Villa Reserves. Second placed Rabenshead won by a similar scoreline against Basford United Community Reserves.
Greyhounders drew 1-1 with Selston Reserves and it was also honours even between the division’s bottom two sides, Bingham Town Reserves and Radcliffe Olympic Reserves, drawing 2-2.
Aslockton Cranmers won 2-0 at Bilsthorpe Reserves and West Bridgford AFC won their fourth match on the trot – 3-2 against Mansfield Hosiery Mills.