Awsworth Villa held onto first place in the fledgling Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division table as they made it three wins from three by defeating Sandhurst 2-0. Anthony Withe and Hezron Jones netted in the second half.
Ruddington Village are in second following their comprehensive 7-2 win at FC Cavaliers. A hat-trick from Matt Carver, including two penalties, and goals from Ricky Benwell and Tristan Rhodes took Village in 5-2 up at the break. The gloss on the victory was added in the second half as Sam Winch got his first two goals for the club.
Goran Seymour put Dunkirk AFC ahead four minutes into their match away at Bilborough Town and they never looked back, going on to complete a 4-0 victory as Seymour added a second in addition to a close range effort from Joe Ellis and a header from Tom Roper.
West Bridgford were also 4-0 away winners; Newark Flowserve were the unfortunate hosts. Bridgford’s goals were supplied by Carl Westcarr (2), Reiss Neill and Jurgen Charlesworth - his first since returning to the club that he helped guide to promotion from Division One two seasons ago.
Cotgrave had several players unavailable but still managed to take a point away from their visit to Clifton All Whites following a 2-2 draw. Scott Litchfield and Ben Clark were on target for the hosts, Gethyn Tustin and Jay Kirkby for Cotgrave.
Burton Joyce went 3-0 behind at home to Wollaton but managed to pull within one goal courtesy of a Marc Buckle brace. The visitors added another, though, to complete a 4-2 victory. Jordan Alls (2), Lee Day and Dane Rawson were the Wollaton scorers.
Bingham Town rebounded from their opening day loss to record a 7-1 win over newly promoted Underwood Villa. Ed Hodgson grabbed a hat-trick in addition to goals from Matt Snelgrove, Jay Archer, Dom Page and Tom Spencer. Ash Foster got Villa’s consolation.
Unity also got their first points on the board as they defeated Beeston 4-0. Errol Campbell (2), Kevin Seaton and Joe Stones were all on target.
Having scored four goals in each of their first three games, all of which have been victories, Radcliffe Olympic Reserves are top of Division One following a 4-3 win against Ruddington Village Reserves. Eddie Davis, Ryan Parnell, Jawanza Grant and Aurio Ganji notched for Olympic; Jordan Richardson, Nathan Dalston and Craig Chambers for Village.
South Normaton Town are in second after defeating Magdala Amateurs 5-1. Tom Lewis, Jono Pearce and a Shaun Smith hat-trick did the damage for Town. Chris Hayes got The Budgies’ consolation.
John Greaves and Marcus Newman helped Bilborough United to a 2-0 win over Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves.
A Shaun Green hat-trick saw Aspley Park overcome Nottinghamshire 3-2. Tyrone Cairns and Simon Betts were on target for Notts.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves edged past Wollaton Reserves 1-0 thanks to a Scott Bailey goal.
Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves got their first points of the season as second half strikes from Simon Martin and Charlie Niblett gave them a 2-0 win over Southwell City Reserves.
James Needham and Luke Pickard got two apiece for Gedling Southbank but it was to no avail as they lost 5-4 to Ashland Rovers. Rovers’ goals were shared between Marc Cannon, Ryan Martin, Paul Revuelta, Mark Summers and substitute Julian Topliss.
Clifton All Whites Reserves were also 5-4 winners, after having been three goals to the good within the first nine minutes away at Kirton Brickworks. Arron Darch (3) and Mitch Hall scored for Kirton; Brett Soiza (3), Tim Berridge and Mark Foster for Clifton.
Netherfield Albion and Calverton Miners Welfare got their seasons underway with a 1-1 draw. Ash Batchford put Albion ahead but Calverton equalised through Joe Warner in the last minute.
Watnall Athletic’s 5-2 victory over Bilborough Town Reserves moved them into top spot in Division Two. Bulwell Reserves were 4-2 winners at home to Awsworth Villa Reserves.
Bilsthorpe Reserves drew 1-1 with Bingham Town Reserves, AFC Clifton overcame Nottinghamshire Reserves 4-0 and Selston Reserves won 1-0 away at Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC.