In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Stapleford Town opened up a four point gap at the top of the Premier Division with a 2-0 win against Eastwood CFC Development. Adam Hassell scored either side of half time, the first from the penalty spot, to secure the points. The joy of victory for Stapleford was tempered somewhat by an injury to Michael Robb that was later diagnosed as a broken fibula.
Lee Potts was on target twice for Cotgrave in their 5-0 win at Radcliffe Olympic. Dougie Mills, Joe Hegarty and Gethyn Tustin were also on target.
After being 4-1 down at Keyworth United Daniel Roberts scored a late equaliser for Awsworth Villa to give his side a share of the spoils in a 4-4 draw. Thomas Siswick grabbed a brace for Keyworth on his debut, after stepping up from the Development team, with Daniel Chadwick and Joe Nice also on the scoresheet. Jake Fisher (2) and Jay Knight netted for Villa alongside Roberts.
Wollaton came from behind to win 2-1 at FC Cavaliers with goals from Joshuas Stevenson and Lewis cancelling out David Kolapo’s strike.
Bilborough Town also staged a comeback in their game with Calverton Miners Welfare. Calvo took a three goal lead through Alex Clarson, Jack Harrison and Barry Payne but Papa Fell, Shea Gough and Wiktor Majewski made it 3-3 and a point apiece.
In Division One, Woodthorpe Park Rangers remain unbeaten but recorded their second draw in three weeks as it finished 4-4 with Ravenshead. Markell Bailey came off the bench to score twice for Woodthorpe in addition to Adam Chenery and Cory Johnson efforts. Brent Horton (2), Perris Thomas and Martin McDonagh scored for Ravenshead, who had Alex Faulconbridge sent off.
The only other game that survived the weather in the division saw Ben Napier score twice to give Southwell City Reserves a 2-1 win over Bridgford United. Jourdan Blair netted for Bridgford, who ended the game with ten men after Rikki Robinson receive his marching orders.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley re back on top on goal difference after they beat Elston United 11-0 while Ruddington Village Reserves edged out AFC Clifton 2-1.
Kurtis Blake-Wynter grabbed a hat-trick on his first start for Top Valley. In addition, Joe Gunn was on target three times, Benjamin Cummings and Kane Pearson twice and Kraig Hurst once.
Kaiden Burke-Campbell and Glen Kill’s strike’s gave Ruddington the win, Jaz Baker replied for Clifton.
After waiting all season to register their first point, Sneinton Town have made it two wins in two by beating Cotgrave Reserves 3-1. Ronnie Hodge (2) and Taylen Shannon did the damage for Sneinton, Thomas Bacon with Cotgrave’s consolation.