In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division West Bridgford consolidated first place with their third win on the trot, a 5-3 victory at Awsworth Villa. Jurgen Charlesworth notched his ninth and 10th goals of the campaign, alongside efforts from Thomas Coole, Abou Sylla and Carl Westcarr. Ryan Whitehurst, Keenan Meakin and Ben Greenhalgh were on target for Villa.
Matt Carver opened the scoring for Ruddington Village as his side continued their strong start to the season with a 3-1 win over Underwood Villa. Danny Cocks and Leigh Sissons were also on target; Mack Smith got Underwood’s solitary reply.
Real United dispatched Beeston 9-0. Tim Hopkinson became the division’s joint top scorer as he notched twice to take his tally to 11 for the season. Jamie Spiers (2), Glodie Bange, Ryan Bowen, Kuwesi Ofushine and Austin Wallace also struck for Real.
Newark Flowserve’s search for their first win of the season continues as Clifton All Whites overran them 8-2. Tim Berridge scored on his debut for Clifton, Ben Richardson, Connor Hardy and Danny Johnson were also on the scoresheet. Daryl Price and Sam Betts netted for Newark.
Errol Campbell scored four and Connor Croft grabbed a hat-trick as Unity beat Bilborough Town 9-2. Myles Scott and Jevin Seaton were also on target as Bilborough finished the match with only nine players.
FC Cavaliers left it late to overcome Burton Joyce. Following stalemate for 88 minutes Liam Taylor put Cavs ahead, before the BJ keeper, Roscoe Easom, conceded a penalty moments later. Easom received his marching orders and Im’main Samuels stepped up to seal the 2-0 win.
On an emotional day at Cotgrave, where the home side were mourning the loss of their Reserve team captain, 25 year old Tyrone Booth, who passed away last Wednesday. Lee Potts put Cotgrave ahead after half an hour but in an incident filled last few minutes Chris McGeown salvaged a point for Attenborough who then had Jed Mrvik sent off.
Bingham Town arrested a run of five straight defeats as they beat bottom club Sandhurst 3-2 at home. Lee Shaw put the visitors ahead before Jay Archer brought Bingham back on level terms before half time. Ed Hodgson then put the hosts into the lead before Shaw doubled his and Sandhurst’s tally. With seven minutes remaining Bingham’s new signing from Clifton All Whites, Corbi Brown, took all the points for his side with a left foot strike.
In Division One, South Normanton Town stay top of the pile after beating Southwell City Reserves 5-4. The Shiners’ goals were shared between Fraser Kirk, Tom Lewis, Ben Roffey, Craig Smith and Adam Gilliott. Anthony Barrowcliffe, Richie Pinder, Sam Shapley and Liam Wilkinson were the Southwell scorers.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves maintained their 100 per cent home record with a 1-0 win over Netherfield Albion.
Ashland Rovers and Aspley Park drew 2-2. Nottinghamshire got their first win since 12 August as they surprised Ruddington Village Reserves 3-1.
Ant Fragola, Perris Thomas and Robert Khachatour all scored for Wollaton Reserves as they won 3-1 at home to Magdala Amateurs.
Calverton Miners Welfare doubled their number of wins for the season with a 3-1 defeat of Bilborough United.
Ryan Simms scored a hat-trick for Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves as they won 5-1 away at Clifton All Whites Reserves. Dale Chapman and Giancarlo Rocco also netted for Linby; substitute Ross Cochrane-Smith got Clifton’s consolation.
A brace from Sam Woodings-Finch and one from Sam Tring helped Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves to a 3-1 win at Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton beat a side from Bilborough 9-1 for the second time in two weeks. This time it was Bilborough Town Reserves who were the victims.
Watnall Athletic drew 1-1 away at Underwood Villa Reserves. Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC beat Bilsthorpe Reserves 3-1 and Bingham Town Reserves picked up their first win of the season, 2-0 away at Selston Reserves.