West Bridgford moved back to the top of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division with a come from behind victory away at Unity.
Connor Croft had put the hosts ahead in the first half but Bridgford hit back after the break when Abou Sylla scored direct from a corner before Dave Erentz stole the points with a 95th minute winner.
Real United moved into third with a 5-1 win over Bilborough Town. Aaron Large grabbed a brace alongside goals from Ryan Tittensor, Jamie Spiers and George Paling. Jack Cooper with Town’s consolation.
AFC Dunkirk held fourth placed Clifton All Whites to a 2-2 draw with all the goals coming in the second half. Scott Litchfield put the All Whites ahead with a free kick within five minutes of the restart before the hosts struck back through a deflected Kamran Frost effort, that will go down as a Brett peel own goal, and a Reid Owen strike.
Dunkirk only held the lead for five minutes, however, as a Brett Soiza lob levelled matters in the 77th minute.
Awsworth Villa are only behind Clifton on goal difference after they defeated Underwood Villa 3-2. Awsworth went 3-0 up thanks to Danny Walsh and a Ben Greenhalgh double. Two Lamah Griggs penalties for Underwood made it a nervy ending for the hosts.
Sandhurst recorded their first away win of the season as they defeated Burton Joyce 2-1. William Cox scored in each half for Sandhurst; Marc Buckle replied for Burton Joyce, who had Tom Lawson sent off.
Beeston overcame Bingham Town 3-1 at home. Vladimir Farrell put the hosts ahead before Ed Hodgson levelled for Town. In the second half Patrick Shiggins put Beeston back in front before Farrell secured the win with his second.
Jordan Smith bagged a brace in Attenborough’s 3-1 win over Newark Flowserve. Jack Warner got the third; Jack Smith netted for Newark.
In Division One, South Normanton Town maintained their three point lead with a 6-1 away win at Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves. All three of Town’s substitutes, Sam Chambers, Chris Green and Craig Smith, were on target, as well as Robert Fretwell (2) and Josh Thompson. Alistair Murray got Linby’s consolation.
Ruddington Village Reserves are keeping pace in second as they won 2-1 at Bilborough United thanks to a Sam Dunstan double. Joel Buxton notched for Bilborough.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves are now a further four points behind as, after taking the lead through Asher Phythian, they lost 2-1 at Magdala Amateurs.
Wollaton Reserves and Calverton Miners Welfare shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Roy Killeavy was on target for Wollaton, George Scrivens for Calverton.
In Division Two, table toppers AFC Clifton defeated Underwood Villa Reserves 2-0 with goals from Alex Richards and Perry Foster, taking both players onto a tally of 21 for the season.
Jason Rimmell grabbed a hat-trick in Bulwell Reserves 7-2 victory over Nottinghamshire Reserves.
James Dobson’s tenure as Bilborough Town Reserves manager didn’t get off to the start he would have hoped for as his side went down 15-0 to Cotgrave Reserves. There were hat-tricks for Kyle Waddell and Daniel Ford for the visitors.
Stephen Radzynski was Selston Reserves’ hat-trick hero in their 7-0 win at Keyworth United Reserves.