In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division the two remaining 100% records were ended as Bilborough Town and Awsworth Villa both came from behind in their respective games to earn draws.
Leaders Bilborough Town took the lead through Ricky Cross away at Real United but the hosts responded either side of half time through Rhys Beadman and Tony Law. With time running out Town were thrown a lifeline when Anthony Gregory was sent off for Real and they duly capitalised as substitute Liam Stewart made it 2-2 in the 94th minute.
Second placed Awsworth Villa went behind away at AFC Dunkirk as Adrian Lang struck 15 minutes into the second half. With time running out Matt Goodwin reacted first to a Ryan Howes save to make it 1-1.
Basford United Community left it late to beat Newark Flowserve on Friday night. Player/manager Stephen Kirkham gave Newark an early lead but Betilson Paixao and Joe Harrison turned things round in the final five minutes to give Community the 2-1 win.
Lee Potts scored two for Cotgrave, Gavin Spencer two for Sandiacre Town as they shared the spoils.
Magdala Amateurs let a two goal lead slip the previous week but this time they were the ones coming from two down as they defeated Bingham Town 4-2. Jay Archer scored both of Town’s goals in the opening fifteen minutes but Gareth Bentley (2) and Ethan Lespeare (2) secured the points for The Budgies.
Nottingham Trent University were 4-2 winners over Aston United with goals from Enricque McCorkle (2), Jerry Nash and Connor Bartle.
Unity won 3-0 at FC Cavaliers and Attenborough picked up their first point of the season in a 0-0 draw with Underwood Villa.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves retained top spot with a 3-1 win at Awsworth Villa Reserves. The Wollaton goals were shared between John Fawcett, Andrew Gill and Ricki Turner. Luke Henson got Villa’s reply.
Calverton Miners Welfare made it four wins in a row with a 5-2 victory over Greenwood Meadows AFC and, in so doing, leapfrogged their opponents into second place. Calvo’s scorers were Sam Buckle (2), Jason Hodson (2) and substitute George Scrivener.
James Hall grabbed a hat-trick in AFC Bridgford’s 4-1 win over Clifton All Whites Reserves. Tom Smith added the fourth; Robbie Wallis netted for Clifton.
Ashland Rovers were the division’s biggest winners as they saw off Keyworth United Reserves 6-0. Paul Revuelta scored a hat-trick alongside efforts from Jack Coupe, Ben Goss and James Thorpe.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves began their defence of the NSL Junior Cup with a 3-1 victory over Southwell City Reserves. Matt Clowes (2) and Reece Papworth were the Kimberley scorers; Calum Law replied for Southwell.
In Division Two, Mansfield Hosiery Mills and West Bridgford AFC got proceedings underway on Friday night with a 2-2 draw. Scott Buckberry netted a hat-trick in Bingham Town Reserves’ 4-0 win at Radcliffe Olympic Reserves.
Aslockton Cranmers drew 1-1 with Bilsthorpe Reserves and Ravenshead were 5-2 winners at Greyhounders.