In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Southwell City moved joint top with Awsworth Villa after they made it five wins from five with a 3-0 triumph over Sandiacre Town. Calum Law opened the scoring on 12 minutes with a 25 yard free kick. The advantage was doubled early in the second half by Robert Haigh before Ant Brown converted a penalty as well as dragging a second one wide late on.
Eastwood CFC Development are up to third after a late Kieran Knight strike gave them a 3-2 win at Keyworth United on Friday evening. The winner was Knight’s second of the game alongside a Nathan Brough effort. Craig Anderson and Carey Knight netted for Keyworth.
Also on Friday evening, a Lee Potts hat-trick helped Cotgrave on their way to a 5-1 win at Bilborough Town. Bassey Okon and Shaun Jackson also scored. Shayne Nhidza got Bilborough’s consolation, who also had Joel Isaac sent off.
FC Cavaliers slip to fourth after they were beaten 4-0 by AFC Dunkirk. George Bosworth bagged a brace, Kieran Driver and Danny Blanchard were also on target.
Stapleford Town made it three wins from three as they saw off Magdala Amateurs 2-1. Junior Rodriguez got both of Stapleford’s goals, the second one coming late on to snatch the points, in a man of the match performance.
A solitary Paul Ireson goal was enough to see Attenborough past Aslockton & Orston while Radcliffe Olympic were 4-1 winners against Gedling Southbank. Meluleki Sibanda put Radcliffe ahead but Sam Mupambo pegged them back before the break. A second half brace from Rhoadri Meads and a late Rico Tomusange effort sealed the win.
Wollaton picked up their first win, and indeed points, of the season as they defeated Bingham Town 4-2. Ben Watson and Tom Slade put Wollaton two up by midway through the first half only for Lewis Ray and Chris Bradford to get Bingham back on level terms. Joshua Stevenson struck twice in the second half to get the home side’s season up and running.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers remained second to Basford United Community, but only by virtue of having scored fewer goals, after they edged past Ravenshead 2-1 on Friday night. Adam Forry and James Forbes were the Woodthorpe scorers, Dan Phillips with The Reds’ reply.
Bridgford United are level on points with the top two but have played one game more. They won 4-0 at Radford Reserves thanks to Liam Honeyman (2), Jourdan Blair and Jarrod Westcarr.
A Kyle Clarkson strike and Antony Rowley penalty inside the first 15 minutes saw Kirton Brickworks defeat Mansfield Hosiery Mills 2-0.
Burton Joyce were 7-1 winners over Netherfield Albion, Awsworth Villa Reserves came away from Selston Reserves with a 1-0 win and Beeston and AFC Bridgford shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves against Southwell City Reserves unfortunately had to be abandoned after Southwell’s Huw Plume broke his leg.
In Division Two, Stapleford Town Reserves keep hold of top spot following a 3-2 win over Robin Hood Colts with goals from James Aspinall, Ashley Cooke and Aaron Hall.
Newark Flowserve Reserves are doing their best to catch Stapleford as they won 9-1 against Keyworth United Development. Joe Bilton scored a hat-trick and there were braces for Stefan Bilyk, Tyler Martin and Conor Scott.
Kane Pearson scored four for AFC Top Valley in their 6-2 win at Elston United while Cotgrave Reserves were 7-2 winners at Magdala Amateurs Reserves.
There were two goals apiece for George Bradley-Henson, Nathan Dunstan and Jordan Richardson in Ruddington Village Reserves’ 9-2 win over Gedling Southbank Reserves and AFC Clifton edged out Barrowby 3-2.
Clifton All Whites Development saw off Ravenshead Reserves 4-1 and Nottingham Community drew 2-2 with Bingham Town Reserves.