In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Junior Cup final Awsworth Villa Reserves took the trophy with a 4-0 win over Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. The first half was a fairly even contest but Jake Brookes struck for Awsworth just before halftime. The lead was doubled two minutes after the break as Ian Shepherd in the centre of the Kimberley defence rose to clear a deep free-kick while fending off the attentions of Awsworth’s George Cooper. Unfortunately he only succeeded in looping his header over his own keeper and into the net. Midway through the second half Kimberley switched to three at the back, pushing the tall Shepherd up front, as they tried to get back into the game. Awsworth managed to exploit the extra space at the back as first Kurt Savage slid home from a Cooper cross then Juan Vickers sealed the win with a close range effort with 10 minutes remaining.
In the Premier Division, Clifton All Whites celebrated winning the title at home to Bilborough Town. The visitors slightly spoiled the party, however, as they were 2-1 winners. Liam Stewart put Town ahead before Corbi Brown levelled matters. Bilborough took the points with a second half Ricky Law penalty.
Aston United moved up to sixth as they saw off Nottingham Trent University 3-1. Aston’s goals were shared between Bradley Scard, Jake Danby and Joel Isaac; Niall Redguard replied for NTU.
Jawanza Grant struck a hat-trick for Real United in their 5-0 win over Ruddington Village. William Bouwen and Ben Douglas were also on target.
In Division One, champions Calverton Miners Welfare capped off their season with a 1-1 draw at Ruddington Village. Dane Bennett netted for Calvo, Ross Cochrane-Smith for Ruddington.