Only five Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League fixtures survived the weather. In the Premier Division it was fifth versus fourth as Unity hosted Clifton All Whites. The visitors took the lead in the first half thanks to Connor Hardy but Jevin Seaton managed to level matters before the break.
Clifton regained the lead after the home side put through their own net but with time running out Aswan Allen was on hand for Unity to claim a share of the spoils. Unity remain fifth but the point gained was sufficient to lift the All Whites above Real United into third.
Wollaton consolidated seventh place with a 2-0 home win over Bingham Town, despite being down to ten men for the last half an hour. Aiden Brady put Wollaton ahead in the first half, slotting home from a tight angle after getting in behind the Town defence.
Karl Mitchell, the hosts’ centre half, received a red card on the hour mark after upending Ed Hodgson. Bingham failed to make the numerical advantage count, however, and it was Frank Labatte who doubled Wollaton’s lead from close range as the game entered the final 15 minutes.
In a game of few chances Sandhurst snatched a 1-1 draw against FC Cavaliers with the last kick of the game. Cavs had gone ahead on the hour mark after Liam Taylor robbed the home defence and slotted the ball past the onrushing keeper.
With time running out Sandhurst were awarded a free kick some 30 yards out and Daniel Abbott stepped up to fire home.
In Division One, Ruddington Village Reserves moved up to second after a Sam Dunstan helped them on their way to a 4-3 victory over Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves. Ashdon Hillyard got The Villagers other goal; Matt Rick (2) and Aaron Short scored for Rolls.
In Division Two, second placed Bilsthorpe Reserves drew 1-1 at home with Awsworth Villa Reserves. Ryan Cooper was on target for the hosts.
Additionally, Aspley Park were in Nottinghamshire FA Intermediate Cup action and saw off Hucknall Town reserves 4-1. Sean Green bagged a brace alongside efforts from Sean Balfe and Ryan Deabill.