With Premier Division leaders West Bridgford’s match being called off, second placed Clifton All Whites took full advantage to cut the gap down to 11 points with a 5-1 away win at Burton Joyce. Clifton's goals coming from Neil Thompson, Jake Richardson, Tristram Whitman, Alex Haughton and Ross Cochrane-Smith with Tom Lawson scoring for the home club
Meanwhile, Awsworth Villa moved up to third place with a 3-1 home victory over AFC Dunkirk. Josh Niblett put Villa ahead after 22 minutes, with the visitors replying on the half-hour through Joel Howes. With the wind behind their backs in the second half, Awsworth's Ryan Whitehurst shot his club back in front from an acute angle on 72 minutes and in injury time sub Kurt Savage wrapped up the points.
Wollaton stay in sixth place with games in hand after a 3-0 win away at FC Cavaliers, their goals coming from Lee Day, Jay Smedley and Sean Green, who has now scored four goals in the three games he has played since his transfer from Aspley Park.
Unity continued on their fine run of form with a 6-2 home win over Sandhurst FC, with Errol Campbell leading the way with a hat trick. Reece Fyffe, Jevin Seaton and Allen completing Unity’s scoring with William Cox scoring both of Sandhurst’s goals
Division One leaders South Normanton Town dropped points away in a 1-1 draw at Wollaton Reserves, whilst second placed Magdala Amateurs won narrowly at home 1-0 against Gedling Southbank.
Last Saturday, Ruddington Village Reserves progressed in to the Notts FA Intermediate Cup Semi Final after a win at Aspley Park, but this weekend, it was Aspley Park who took the points in the league with a 2-1 victory. Park's scorers were Sam Mannion and Sean Balfe, with Ruddington's reply coming through an own goal.
Calverton Miners Welfare kept up their good form with a 2-1 victory away at Bilborough United, The Welly’s goals came from Tommy Thraves and Jason Hodgson, with United's goal coming from Joel Buxton.
Netherfield Albion have had a good week with a win in midweek and on Saturday winning away 3-1 at Kirton Brickworks. The Brickies goal coming from Chris Kirk and Albion's goals coming from Douglas, Daly and Leivers.
In Division Two, second played Bilsthorpe Reserves missed an opportunity to close the gap at the top in only drawing 1-1 at home against Underwood Villa Reserves, Waddell scoring for Bilsthorpe; Smith netting for Villa.
Selston Reserves travelled to Watnall Athletic and left with the points after a 3-2 victory. Keyworth United Reserves beat Aspley Park Reserves 3-1 with player-manager Sneath scoring a brace.
At the Welfare, Cotgrave Reserves and Awsworth Villa Reserves played out a goalless draw.