The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division has a new leader in the shape of West Bridgford. Last season’s runners-up moved to the top spot courtesy of a 3-2 home win over former incumbents AFC Dunkirk, who slip to fifth. Abou Sylla, Jurgen Charlesworth and Pat Newsome were all on target for the hosts; Sam Osbourne and Goran Seymour for Dunkirk.
Ruddington Village are second after a 2-1 win over Bingham Town means they, like West Bridgford, remain unbeaten. Marvin Hudson scored both of Ruddington’s goals.
Real United are up to third after they defeated Newark Flowserve 5-0 at Hawton Lane. Tim Hopkinson got Real off the mark with his ninth goal of the season, this was followed by efforts from Jamie Spiers, Kuwesi Ofushine, Glodi Bange and Tobias Richardson.
Wollaton, in fourth, are the division’s third unbeaten team following a 4-2 win at Awsworth Villa. Jay Smedley, Dane Rawson and Jordan Alls ensured the visitors went in at the break three to the good. Villa picked up in the second half, scoring through John Whitehurst and Ryan Whitehurst, but substitute Chris Atkins added the fourth for the reigning champions.
Sam Buckle scored twice in Burton Joyce’s 3-2 win over Underwood Villa. Adam Parkinson grabbed the third; Underwood replied through Preston Robinson and Callum Tomlinson.
FC Cavaliers took the lead at home to Cotgrave but a second half goal from substitute Adam Gray ensured a share of the spoils for the visitors.
Unity got their first away win of the season as they overcame bottom club Sandhurst 5-2. Robbie Savage and Craig Taylor, who later got sent off, were the scorers for the hosts. Errol Campbell bagged a brace for Unity, in addition to goals from Jevin Seaton, Rikki Robinson and Jonathan Ventrella.
Clifton All Whites were in FA Vase action. They recorded a 4-2 extra time win over Belper United of the Central Midlands League. Connor Hardy scored both of Clifton’s goals in normal time, Ben Clark added the two in extra time.
South Normanton Town are back on top of Division One after they came back from three down to rescue a point at Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves. Andy Start (2) and Nathan Atkins had put the hosts ahead in the first half. The Shiners pulled back to within one via Tom Lewis and James Sesin before Samuel Chambers grabbed an injury time equaliser.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves lost their 100% record as they went down 2-1 at Magdala Amateurs. Edward Davies gave Olympic the lead but The Budgies hit back through Patrick Mannion and Neil Morgan.
Ashland Rovers were 3-1 victors over Kirton Brickworks thanks to Thomas Barnes, Graham Beavis and Mark Summers. The Brickies’ solitary reply was an Arron Darch penalty.
Richard Reed, Luke Sharpe and Perris Thomas gave Wollaton Reserves a 3-0 win over Aspley Park. Clifton All Whites Reserves won 4-2 away at Bilborough United.
Will Wheat and Liam Wilkinson scored two apiece as Southwell City Reserves defeated Nottinghamshire 5-1. Blair Bryant got the other goal.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves beat Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 2-1. Gregory Wedge and Luke Hodgman were on target for Kimberley; Anthony Wallis for Linby.
Calverton Miners Welfare and Netherfield Albion drew 3-3.
AFC Clifton took top spot in Division Two in emphatic fashion as they defeated Bilborough United Reserves 9-1. Bulwell Reserves slip to second after a 2-2 draw away at Bingham Town Reserves.
Bilsthorpe Reserves were big winners over Underwood Villa Reserves – 8-1 – and Selston Reserves beat Awsworth Villa Reserves 4-2.