In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, only three matches survived the freezing conditions. One of those games saw leaders Newark Flowserve make it 15 wins from 15 as they overcame Cotgrave 3-0. Elliot King opened the scoring, an own goal doubled the advantage before Jack Beckett rounded out the victory.
Also winning 3-0 were FC Cavaliers against Gedling Southbank. David Kolapo bagged a brace and Bayleigh Reid one for Cavs.
Southwell City undid Awsworth Villa with four goals during a 13 minute spell in the first half and eventually went on to win 5-2. Calum Law got the ball rolling in the 27th minute with a header followed by player/manager Tom McDonald doing likewise six minutes later. Romello Nangle then struck following a counter attack on 39 minutes before, a minute later, Dalton Stephens got in on the act on his first start after a long layoff following a car accident. Matthew Walker pulled one back for Villa but Nangle soon restored the four goal advantage before Ben Watson gave the scoreline slightly more respectability.
In Division One, leaders Netherfield Albion’s unbeaten record was brought to an end at Kirton Brickworks, with the hosts running out 2-1 winners. Kieron Johnson got both for The Brickies, Joshua Broad for Albion.
The other two matches in the division were close-run high scoring affairs. Keyworth United Reserves won 5-4 at Beeston Rylands. Scott Litchfield was on target twice for Keyworth, alongside efforts from Conor Pauley, Ian Marley and Daniel Hough. Jack Wilkinson (2), Paul Brooks and Henry Sainsbury netted for Beeston.
Tyler Lambert scored his second hat-trick in three games for Ravenshead as they came back from 3-2 down to defeat Wollaton Reserves 4-3. Paul Smith also struck for Ravenshead. Kasey Fisher (2) and Macauley Tinsley notched for Wollaton, who had Ryan Tinsley sent off.
In Division Two, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers were emphatic 10-1 victors against Nottingham City with goals from Markell Bailey (4), Darren Oldham (3), Connor Scott-Parkin, Daniel Walker and Jamal Mazlam. Glodi Bange with Nottingham’s consolation.
AFC Clifton came back from 3-1 down to beat Welbeck Lions Reserves 4-3. Morgan Bell (2), Josh Moore and Russell Stapleton were the Clifton scorers; Liam West, Aiden McTighe and Arron Darch for Welbeck.
Barrowby saw off Gedling Southbank Reserves 3-1 with goals from Ricky Mills (2) and Carl Jackson. Ross Pritchard replied for Gedling.
Keyworth United Development and Greyhounders drew 0-0.
On Friday night, two goals apiece from Nathan Francis and Jarele Ayden helped Bridgford United on their way to a 7-2 win against Kirton Brickworks Reserves.