In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League, Bilborough Town maintained their three point lead in the Premier Division with a 2-1 win over reigning champions Ruddington Village. Ricky Law volleyed Town ahead just before the break; Village equalised in the second half through Daniel Starbuck but they were on level terms for less than 10 minutes as substitute Liam Stewart sealed the points for Bilborough.
Awsworth Villa kept pace in second with a 5-1 defeat of FC Cavaliers. Matthew Murphy (2), Kurt Savage, Matt Goodwin and Matthew Walker scored for Villa, David Kolapo got Cavs’ consolation.
Clifton All Whites couldn’t extend their winning run to 14 games as they went down 3-1 at home to AFC Dunkirk. Joe Ellis struck after five minutes for Dunkirk but Corbi Brown levelled things soon after. Sam Harbottle restored the Boatmen’s lead just before half time then Ellis doubled the advantage from the penalty spot on 54 minutes. Clifton missed a penalty of their own in the closing stages.
Wollaton came from behind to defeat Attenborough 6-1. Liam McCormack had put Boro ahead early but two from Jake Fisher, including one from the penalty spot, and one each from Daniel Chadwick, Sean Craven, Ash Kelly and Liam Towle gave Wollaton the win.
Goals from Gethyn Tustin and Lee Potts helped Cotgrave edge past Nottingham Trent University 2-1. Daniel Mearon replied for NTU.
Alex Ford, Will Oldham and Tris Whitman were all on target in Real United’s 3-1 win over Underwood Villa. Joshua Hunt netted for Villa.
Newark Flowserve are a team in transition at the moment following their recent change in management. They lost 6-3 to a Sandiacre Town side that have won three of their last four matches. The Sandiacre goals were shared between Tristan Comery (2), Joe McKay, Daniel Harries, Sam Tarrant and Bradley Mellors. Craig Roche, Joe Brumpton and Leighton Nicholson scored for Newark.
Bingham Town got back to winning ways for the first time since mid-December with a 6-1 triumph at Unity. Tom Spencer (2), Jay Archer, Scott Buckberry, Mike Jepps and Grant Hutchison did the damage for Bingham.
In Division One, Calverton Miners Welfare’s promotion push continued with a 4-2 win at Ashland Rovers. Sam Buckle kept himself in the race for the division’s golden boot with a brace, alongside strikes from Ryan Easom and Dane Bennett for Calvo. Jack Coupe and Alex England notched for Rovers.
It was honours even between the next two teams at the start of the day as Kirton Brickworks and Southwell City Reserves drew 2-2. Kieran Chamberlain and Ryan Keeley were on target for The Brickies, Reece Campbell and Calum Law for Southwell.
That draw allowed Wollaton Reserves to move up to third after they came from two down to beat AFC Bridgford 3-2. Callum Lawson and Scott Kirk had put Bridgford ahead but efforts from Andrew Gill, Matthew Eastwood and a Rob Carmichael own goal gave Wollaton the points.
Alex Shipley struck an injury time equaliser for Kimberley Miners Welfare as they drew 1-1 at Ruddington Village Reserves. Sam Dunstan had put Ruddington ahead in the first half.
Netherfield Albion fought back from a goal down against Gedling Southbank to win 3-2 with strikes from Dale Hatton and Martin McDonagh (2).
Awsworth Villa Reserves won 5-0 at bottom club AFC Clifton with goals from George Cooper (2), Sam McElroy, Jake Brooks and Matthew Federici.
Jamie Garton scored on his first start for Bilborough United and debutant Channon Small grabbed an injury time winner as they overcame Birchover Park 2-1, for whom Rhys Edwards had equalised.
In Division Two, Ravenshead closed to within three points of Team DNF with a 4-0 win over Bilsthorpe Reserves. Selston Reserves won 2-1 at Basford United Community Reserves.
Aslockton Cranmers edged out Mansfield Hosiery Mills 3-2 and West Bridgford AFC overcame Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 2-0.