In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Bilborough Town extended their lead in the Premier Division to nine points with a 4-1 win at Nottingham Trent University. Town went two to the good thanks to Jack Nicholson and Lyam Webster before NTU pulled one back through Ishuigre Abhigre. Webster with his second and Liam Stewart rounded out the victory.
Having previously been unbeaten, second-placed Awsworth Villa have now lost twice in as many weeks, this time 2-1 at home to Clifton All Whites. Corbi Brown put the visitors ahead before Luke Hodgman levelled matters. With five minutes remaining Brown grabbed his second to seal the points for Clifton.
In an end-to-end game at Bingham Town, Real United eventually ran out 5-3 winners. Bingham went in at the break one up thanks to Matt Snelgrove but Real struck back not long after the restart through Jourdan Blair, scoring in his ninth consecutive match, and Will Oldham. Cavan Robb then equalised for Bingham before debutant Chris Hamilton restored the one goal advantage for Real with a deflected effort. It wasn’t long, however, before Jay Archer brought Bingham level again from the penalty spot. Real pushed forward undeterred and Blair got his second and player/manager Tom Richardson scored from the halfway line to claim the win.
Steven Bonez secured a 1-0 win for Sandiacre Town against in-form Cotgrave that catapulted his side off the bottom of the table up to 15th.
In Division One, Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves edged past Birchover Park 3-2 thanks to a brace from Matt Clowes and one from Alex Neilson. Gary Harris and substitute Nathan Woolley netted for Birchover.
Kirton Brickworks extended their winning run to three matches, all without conceding, as they overcame Gedling Southbank 2-0. Mitchell Hall and Scott Ricketts were the scorers.
Five first half goals, including a hat-trick from Paul Revuelta, helped Ashland Rovers beat AFC Bridgford 5-2. Graham Beavis and Jack Coupe were also on target for Ashland; Tom Teer and Kane Wilson for Bridgford.
A Luke Price hat-trick gave Keyworth United Reserves a 3-1 win at Clifton All Whites Reserves; Kyle O’Brien scored for the home side.
Martin McDonagh was on target four times in Netherfield Albion’s 5-0 win over AFC Clifton that saw them leapfrog their opponents out of the bottom two. Ryan Fowler was the other scorer.
In the only match in Division Two West Bridgford AFC and Bilsthorpe Reserves shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Joss Carter and Tyrone Burton netted for Bridgford; Jason Gill and Nick Westerman for Bilsthorpe.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Intermediate Cup, Premier Division Basford United Community got the better of Division One leaders Calverton Miners Welfare as a Harry Wakefield hat-trick gave them a 3-0 win. In the other all-NSL tie AFC Dunkirk edged past Magdala Amateurs 1-0 thanks to Ellis Read.
Despite starting the game on the bench, Chris Self struck five times for Newark Flowserve as they saw off Eastwood Community Reserves 7-0.
Jordan Smith scored a hat-trick for Attenborough in their 3-2 victory against Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves.
FC Cavaliers were knocked out by Sherwood Colliery Reserves, losing 2-1. Ruddington Village Reserves went down by a similar scoreline against Southwell City.
In an all-NSL tie in the Notts FA Junior Cup Mansfield Hosiery Mills won 3-1 at Underwood Villa Reserves. Awsworth Villa Reserves won 7-0 at Gedling Southbank A and Bilborough United edged past Woodthorpe Park Rangers 3-2.
Southwell City Reserves were 4-1 winners at Premium but Selston Reserves went out at MAFC 2-1 and Ravenshead lost 3-2 at Beeston Old Boys.
In the Notts FA Minor Cup Aslockton Cranmers won 7-1 against Beeston.