In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders West Bridgford edged past Cotgrave 3-2 in an ill-tempered match. Jay Kirkby scored against his former club for Bridgford, alongside efforts from Tom Coole and Joe Nice. Jordan Cumberland and Cameron Waddell were on target for Cotgrave.
The win increases the gap at the top to 10 points but, crucially, second-placed Ruddington Village, who weren’t in action, now have seven games in hand.
Clifton All Whites, in third, saw off Bingham Town 1-0 with a second half header from Brett Peel.
The next three teams, Real United, Wollaton and Awsworth Villa, are separated only by goal difference. Real United won 3-0 at Beeston with goals from Tim Hopkinson (2) and Tyrell Shannon-Lewis.
Scott Litchfield scored a hat-trick on his debut for Wollaton as they beat Underwood Villa 4-0. Will Heath added the fourth.
Awsworth Villa won by the odd goal in five at Burton Joyce. Ryan Whitehurst (2) and Ben Watson netted for Villa; Sam Buckle and Ryan Clements for BJ.
Kione Gordon grabbed a hat-trick for Unity in their 6-0 win at home against FC Cavaliers. Errol Campbell, Anton Robinson and Jevin Seaton also found the net.
The pendulum swung several times in the match between Attenborough and Bilborough Town. Jake Kane put Town ahead before a Jack Warner double put Boro in the ascendency. Biblorough then retook the lead thanks to Mark Palmer and Lyam Webster before Warner completed his hat-trick to restore parity. With time running out Tony Law struck for Bilborough to give them the 4-3 victory.
In Division One, first-placed South Normanton Town extended their lead to 13 points with a 2-1 win over Calverton Miners Welfare.
Third-placed Magdala Amateurs slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Netherfield Albion. Brent Horton gave Albion a half-time lead. Neil Morgan levelled in the second half but the head of Ryan Fowler settled matters with half an hour remaining.
Paul Revuelta scored twice on his return to the Ashland Rovers side as they won 5-1 at Southwell City Reserves. Ben Hall, Mark Summers and substitute Daniel Bircumshaw were also on target. Oliver Watson got City’s consolation.
Bilborough United and Wollaton Reserves drew 0-0, as did Kirton Brickworks and Aspley Park.
Bilsthorpe Reserves moved into top spot on goal difference in Division Two with a 1-0 win at AFC Clifton. Meanwhile Awsworth Villa Reserves defeated Bilborough Town Reserves 5-0 and Bilborough United Reserves won by a similar scoreline at Nottinghamshire Reserves.