In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Bilborough Town maintained top spot and their 100% record with a 2-0 win over FC Cavaliers. Ricky Cross added to a first half own goal for the victory.
Newark Flowserve remain in pursuit of Bilborough following a 2-0 win at Underwood Villa with goals from Callum Barnes and Elliott King.
Awsworth Villa are in third, like Bilborough they have a 100% record but have played one game fewer. They were 2-1 winners over Unity. Ryan Whitehurst put Villa ahead in the first half before Unity goalkeeper Curtis McDonald equalised after the break with a long ball that evaded everyone. However, a Shaw Hutchinson penalty sealed the points for Awsworth.
Aston United are making a habit of high scoring close encounters and their match against reigning champions Ruddington Village was no exception as they ran out 3-2 winners. Jason Jude and Shay Wiggins (2) were on target for Aston.
Real United overcame bottom club Beeston 3-0 courtesy of Rhys Beadman, Jourdan Blair and Tony Law.
Wollaton welcomed Nottingham Trent University to the NSL by beating them 3-2, with goals from Jake Fisher (2) and Devan Craven. Connor Bartle and Daniel Griggs replied for NTU.
Basford United Community were 4-2 winners over Clifton All Whites.
On Friday night AFC Dunkirk defeated Bingham Town 4-1 in a match that saw Dunkirk’s goalkeeper get red-carded as well as two Bingham players receive their marching orders. Ady Lang grabbed a hat-trick for Dunkirk on top of an own goal, Tom Spencer scored a penalty for Bingham.
In Division One, leaders Greenwood AFC suffered a 3-0 home reverse against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. Matt Clowes (2) and Kieran Worthington were the Kimberley scorers.
Wollaton Reserves are in second after they won by a similar scoreline at the previously unbeaten Kirton Brickworks. The goals were shared between Ant Fragola, Andrew Gill and Mike Harding.
AFC Bridgford edged past Clifton All Whites Reserves 1-0, Gedling Southbank and United drew 2-2 and, on Friday night, Calverton Miners Welfare beat Netherfield Albion 4-1.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills got the weekend’s action underway in Division Two on Friday night with a 10-0 demolition of Beeston Reserves. Matthew Craven scored four and Ashley Swain a hat-trick in the rout.
On Saturday, Jordan Phillips grabbed a last gasp winner for Ravenshead as they saw off fellow new boys Greyhounders 3-2.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves won by the odd goal in nine at Unity Reserves while Bilsthorpe Reserves and West Bridgford AFC shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw.
by Robin Griffiths