In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division West Bridgford maintained their 14 point lead with a 2-2 home draw against Unity. It was 1-1 at half time as Carl Westcarr scored for Bridgford and Tyrell Shannon Lewis for Unity. Lewis put the away side ahead in the second half before a late Pat Newsome header gained a share of the spoils for the league leaders.
Clifton All Whites, in second, also came from behind to claim a 2-2 draw. A Jamie Spiers double put Real United two up by the break but Clifton pulled level within 10 minutes of the restart thanks to Scott Litchfield and Tristram Whitman.
Awsworth Villa moved level on points with Clifton with a 5-0 win away at Sandhurst. The goals were shared between Matt Goodwin, Shaw Hitchinson, Ryan Whitehurst, Kurt Savage and Luke Grinham.
In an even first half between Ruddington Village and Attenborough Village took the lead through Michael McGlaughlin before Jack Warner levelled matters. The home team went ahead again thanks to a Sam Winch penalty before Paul Ireson equalised for Boro on his debut.
It was a different story in the second half though as Sam Winch went on to complete his hat-trick and Michael Leslie got on the scoresheet to give Village a 5-2 victory.
In Newark Flowserve’s first game under the management of Stephen Kirkham they managed to claim a point away at Wollaton with a 1-1 draw. Jamie Brookes scored for Newark and they also put through their own net.
Burton Joyce and Beeston also drew 1-1. Sam Buckle scored for BJ, Marek Vipond for Beeston.
Ellis Read put AFC Dunkirk ahead at home to Underwood Villa but four second half goals from Callum Thompson (2), Ash Foster and Jordan Smith gave the visitors their first win since the end of October.
Cotgrave claimed their first win since November by overcoming Bingham Town 2-1 away. Lee Stanley and Adam Gray put the visitirs ahead. Jamie Archer pulled one back for Bingham but it wasn’t enough.
In Division One, leaders South Normanton Town won 1-0 against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. Adam Gilliott got the all-important goal.
Magdala Amateurs kept pace with the leaders by seeing off Ruddington Village Reserves 5-0. Neil Morgan grabbed a hat-trick, Richard Whyman and, with his first touch after coming off the bench, club chairman John Bentley also netted.
Third placed Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves were 2-1 winners at Netherfield Albion. Ash Marshall and an own goal gave the visitors the points; Ryan Fowler replied for Albion.
Ashland Rovers left it late to overcome Gedling Southbank 1-0 with a Paul Revuelta header.
Calverton Miners Welfare were 5-1 winners over Nottinghamshire with the goals shared between Dane Bennett, Jason Hodson, Brinsley Kirkham, Adam Limb and George Scrivens.
Bilborough United overcame Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 4-0 with efforts from Joel Buxton, John Greaves, Marcus Newman and Tom O’Regan.
Aspley Park defeated Southwell City Reserves 4-3 and Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves won 2-1 against Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton were humbled 6-0 away at Awsworth Villa Reserves. Ben Watson bagged a hat-trick for Villa.
Bilsthorpe Reserves pulled within three points of Clifton with a 9-0 demolition of Nottinghamshire Reserves.
Watnall Athletic and Bulwell Reserves drew 3-3. Keyworth United Reserves joined both of those teams on 30 points with a 4-0 win over Underwood Villa Reserves.
In the battle of Bilborough Reserves, United overcame Town 2-1.