In the Nottinghamshire Senior League, on the day where Newark Flowserve picked up their championship trophy they recorded their 31st win of the campaign, 4-2 against neighbours Southwell City. Elliot King set Newark on their way before Richard Brewer volleyed home the second from a James Cullingworth cross. Romello Nangle halved the deficit for Southwell but not for long as King grabbed his second from the penalty spot soon after. Sam Agar further extended the lead after the break before William Stocks made the scoreline slightly more respectable late on.
Awsworth Villa sealed the runners up spot for the second year in succession with a hard fought win over Cotgrave, Matt Murphy with the goal. It was Ryan Doherty’s last match at the helm for Villa as he is stepping down after three years.
Bingham Town still have a chance to sneak into third but they will have to turn around their current form, having lost three of the last four, including a 2-1 defeat to Attenborough on Saturday. Bingham had the bulk of the chances but only found the net once through Tom Spencer as they were otherwise denied by a solid defensive display. Paul Ireson and Jason Jude nabbed the three points for Borough.
Calverton Miners Welfare rounded out their season with a 5-1 win at Wollaton, including a Sam Buckle hat-trick. James Davis and Thomas Thraves were also on target, Daniel Chadwick with Wollo’s consolation.
Basford United Community have scored 21 goals in eight days after they saw off Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC 6-0. Ezra Kitungano (2), Betilson Paixao, Jack Wood, Anthoy Bedward and Ryan Oates all netted.
George Bosworth struck a hat-trick for AFC Dunkirk in their 4-0 win at Sandiacre Town. Sam Harbottle had set the ball rolling after 10 minutes.
A solitary Fionn Coffey effort saw Magdala Amateurs past Bilborough Town 1-0 despite Jack Cooper hitting the woodwork twice for Town.
Underwood Villa edged a nine goal thriller against Ruddington Village with all the goals scored by different players. Matthew Gooch, Craig Dainty, Stuart Grozier and Jake and Joe Wright netted for Villa, Danny Blanchard, Daniel Johnson, Jake Johnson-Foster and an own goal for Rudd.
Stapleford Town were crowned champions of Division One and celebrated with a 3-2 win over Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Ashland Rovers kept their hopes of the runners up spot alive with a 4-3 win at Selston Reserves.
In Division Two, champions Woodthorpe Park Rangers suffered only their second defeat of the season as they went down 5-2 at Southwell City Development while second placed Bridgford United finshed their campaign with a 2-2 draw against Burton Joyce.
Bingham Town Reserves and AFC Clifton also drew 2-2. Newark Flowserves Reserves won 5-3 at Nottingham City and Welbeck Lions Reserves overcame Keyworth United Development 2-0.