In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town returned to winning ways as they defeated Aston United 3-2. Lyam Webster put Town ahead before Jak Kenworthy got Aston on level terms. Ricky Law put the hosts back in front just before the break and Liam Stewart extended the lead in the second half. Law then missed a penalty for Bilborough which led to a nervy end to the game for them as Liam Slater pulled one back for United in the closing stages.
Second placed Awsworth Villa tasted defeat for the first time this season. Michael Jepps scored early on for Bingham Town and his side held on for the 1-0 win.
Wollaton went ahead just before half time away at Magdala Amateurs as a Budgies defender headed past his own goalkeeper. The hosts struck back in the second half, however, through Chris Hayes and Rowan Cooper, to win 2-1. Joseph Branston saw red for Wollaton.
Luke Room netted for Sandiacre Town, Corbi Brown for Clifton All Whites as they went in at the break all square. Niall O’Rafferty secured the points for Clifton with a second half strike.
Newark Flowserve went 2-0 up in the first quarter of an hour at home to AFC Dunkirk but the visitors hit back through Tim Berridge (2) and George Harrison to lead 3-2 at half time. Harrison added his second after the restart but Newark scored two of their own to make it 4-4 in the end. Callum Barnes (2), Elliott King and Tom Potts were the Newark scorers.
Jourdan Blair scored for the eighth game on the trot for Real United but it wasn’t enough as they went down 3-1 at Ruddington Village. Adam McMullen put the hosts ahead early before Blair’s header levelled matters just before half time. Late goals from Tristan Rhodes and Michael Leslie sealed the three points for Village.
Cotgrave extended their unbeaten league run to five games with a 3-1 win at Attenborough. Lee Potts (2) and Jordan Cumberland were on target for Cotgrave, Seb Archer-Fern for Boro.
Jacob Wright scored both of Nottingham Trent University’s goals in their 2-2 draw with Undrwood Villa. Callum Thompson scored for Villa, alongside an own goal.
In Division One, despite playing for over an hour with 10 men leaders Calverton Miners Welfare came away from Keyworth United Reserves with a 6-3 win. Lewis Wheelhouse (2), Darren Williamson (2), Ryan Easom and Sam Buckle netted for Calverton, Craig Warren, Jack Posnett and Thomas Randall for Keyworth.
Tom Tyler and Oliver Clarke scored two apiece in Southwell City Reserves’ 5-1 win at Clifton All Whites Reserves. Blair Bryant got City’s fifth, Bradley McDermott with Clifton’s consolation.
Gedling Southbank came from 4-1 down and a man down in the first half to draw 4-4 with Wollaton Reserves. Ant Fragola (2), Mike Harding and Aaron Russell were the Wollaton scorers, James Needham, Luke Pickard, Ben Soar and Patrick Bakone for Gedling. Aidan Johnsey was the man to receive his marching orders.
Kirton Birickworks edged out AFC Bridgford 1-0 after Jas Sidhu put through his own net.
Sam Dunstan bagged a brace for Ruddington Village Reserves in their 4-1 win at Netherfield Albion. Oscar Bates and Dominic Pearce also notched, Ryan Fowler got Albion’s consolation.
Gary Harris and Jack Sanders gave Birchover Park a 2-0 win over Greenwood Meadows AFC.
There were hat-tricks for John Greaves and Roland Tomlinson for Bilborough United as they defeated AFC Clifton 6-3. Connor Boulton (2) and Martin Elvidge were on target for Clifton.
In Division Two, the last remaining 100% record in the whole league was brought to an end as a Tyler Lambert hat-trick helped Ravenshead defeat the previously invincible Team DNF 3-1.
There were also hat-tricks for Damien James and Ronnie Wood as Selston Reserves overcame Bilsthorpe Reserves 8-1.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves won 4-3 at Greyhounders and Mansfield Hosiery Mills edged past Bingham Town Reserves 3-2.