West Bridgford are now the sole remaining unbeaten team in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division. Their 3-1 win over Bilborough Town put them seven points ahead of Ruddington Village, who suffered their first league defeat of the season at the hands of Awsworth Villa.
Abou Sylla put Bridgford ahead before Jake Kane equalised for Bilborough. Ryan Perkins and Jourdan Blair went on to seal the win for the league leaders.
Daniel Walsh opened the scoring for Awsworth against Ruddington before a Ryan Whitehurst double completed the 3-0 victory.
It was 0-0 after 35 minutes in the game between Attenborough and Unity at The Strand but the visitors managed to go in at half time four goals to the good. Unity then added one more in the second half to cap a 5-0 win. Errol Campbell (2), Theodore Smith (2) and Rikki Robinson were the scorers.
Underwood Villa and Clifton All Whites drew 3-3. Villa were 3-2 up at the break following efforts from Ashley Foster, Preston Robinson and Callum Thompson for the hosts, Ben and Jake Richardson for Clifton. Daniel Starbuck struck in the second period to ensure honours were shared.
Wollaton came from behind to beat Beeston 2-1. Aaron Mitchell and Jordan Alls were the match winners for Wollaton.
Burton Joyce’s home game against Newark Flowserve had to be abandoned after 80 minutes, with the score standing at 2-1 to the hosts, after BJ’s George Maltby broke his tibia and fibula.
Tom Campbell struck in the third minute to give Bingham Town a 1-0 away win over local rivals Cotgrave, who had Marek Vipond sent off in the 15th minute. Cotgrave are now searching for a new manager after Steve Astill resigned on the morning following the match.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup, Real United were 2-1 winners away at Blidworth Welfare thanks to goals from Jamie Spiers and Steven Venables. Mustapha John’s brace for FC Cavaliers wasn’t enough as they went down 3-2 at Newark Town.
In the Notts FA Intermediate Cup, AFC Dunkirk defeated Teversal Reserves 5-3 and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves knocked out Welbeck Welfare with a 1-0 win.
Adam Gillott scored a hat-trick for Division One leaders South Normanton Town in their 7-0 demolition of Nottinghamshire. Ben Roffey (2), Fraser Kirk and Samuel Chambers were also on the scoresheet.
Ashland Rovers slipped up at home to Magdala Amateurs, relinquishing a two goal lead to lose 3-2. Ryan Martin and Edward Jackson put the hosts ahead before The Budgies fought back through Greg Whatnall, Ashley Murdock and Peter Cassidy.
John Fawcett got Wollaton Reserves’ goal in their 1-0 win over Calverton Miners Welfare.
Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves won 3-1 away at Southwell City Reserves. Thomas Eastwood, Matt Rick and Danny Tring scored for Rolls, Cain Collins for City.
Samuel Mannion grabbed a hat-trick for Aspley Park in their 6-3 win over Clifton All Whites Reserves. Sean Green also bagged a brace for Aspley alongside a Justin Pinnock own goal. Ross Cochrane-Smith and Kyle O’Brien netted for Clifton.
Netherfield Albion were 5-0 winners over Kirton Brickworks with goals from James Leivers, Jamie Walker and Bryson Thorpe.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves defeated Gedling Southbank 4-3 and Ruddington Village Reserves beat Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 5-2.
In Division Two, the normally prolific leaders, AFC Clifton, had a settle for a solitary goal to secure the points against Keyworth United Reserves.
Bulwell Reserves drew level on points with their opponents, Bilsthorpe Reserves, thanks to a 2-1 win. Watnall Athletic won 2-0 away at Bilborough Town Reserves.
Bilborough United Reserves were 3-1 down at half time against Selston Reserves, but they came back to record a 4-3 victory.
Underwood Villa Reserves won 2-1 away at Aspley Park Reserves and Bingham Town Reserves defeated Nottinghamshire Reserves 4-1.