Southwell City remain top of the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division with their 100% record intact after they came away from Gedling Southbank with a 5-0 win. Their were two goals apiece for Calum Law and Luke Price and one for George Caudwell.
Awsworth Villa are up to second after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Aslockton & Orston while Eastwood CFC Development slipped to third with a defeat by the same scoreline at home to Bingham Town. It was Tom Spencer and Matt Snelgrove who helped Bingham double their league win tally, David Jones replied for Eastwood.
Kamar Davis and Zibusiso Sibanda both bagged a brace in FC Cavaliers’ 5-2 win over Sandiacre Town. Ako Abdullah was also on the scoresheet, alongside Jacks Bull and Warner for Town.
Stapleford Town maintained their 100% record, and are creeping up the table with games in hand, as they won 4-0 at AFC Dunkirk. Mike Robb was on target twice with Ryan Bowen and Junior Rodriguez adding the others.
A solitary Martin Holt effort was enough to see Keyworth United past Calverton Miners Welfare while Radcliffe Olympic were 4-2 winners over Magdala Amateurs. Mthabisi Mlauzi, Idris Kabongo, Kieran Wall and an own goal did the damage for Olympic; Matthew Daley and substitute Tom Groves for The Budgies.
Attenborough bounced back from their NSL Senior Cup humbling by beating Bilborough Town 6-3. There was a hat-trick for Paul Ireson for Boro, with Aiden Brady and George Reed-Jones also on target. Ashley Dixon (2) and Ricky Law netted for Town.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup Wollaton succumbed to a late goal to depart the competition at the hands of higher-ranked Gedling Miners Welfare.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers took over top spot with a resounding 10-0 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves. Last season’s top scorer, Markell Bailey, accounted for half of the goals, Adam Forry and Connor Scott-Parkin got two each and Cory Johnson one.
Ravenshead avenged their midweek cup loss to Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves with a 2-0 win thanks to Jack Wagstaff and Dan Phillips.
There was a great deal of success for NSL sides in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Trophy, including a hat-trick for Harry Woodward for Burton Joyce in their 9-0 win over Netherfield and Kyle Clarkson did likewise for Kirton Brickworks as they knocked out Retford United Development 5-3.
Joe Gunn got four for AFC Top Valley as they saw off higher-ranked Ruddington Village 5-2. They may have to do without Jack Murphy for their next match though, as the centre back was carried off in the win.
It took extra time for Beeston and Selston Reserves to make it through, beating Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves and Bridon AFC respectively, both by a 4-2 scoreline.