A James Renshaw goal four minutes before half time secured SELSTON their ninth successive win and retained their 100% start to the season as a result of their game at CLIFTON ALL WHITES.
ASHBY IVANHOE claimed the biggest come-back of the day to share the points at KIMBERLEY MINERS WELFARE after the home side had gone three goals in front through a Jordan Alls brace midway through the first half and Jermaine Palmer’s third on 63 minutes. The don’t call the visitors Ivanhoe for nothing as Angus Blair-Park pulled onw back on 67 minutes; Harry Stewart brought the score line even closer with nine minutes remaining, and Joel Earps finally secured the visitors a point in the 88th minute.
HEANOR TOWN, now unbeaten in seven games, won their sixth on the trot with a narrow success at TEVERSAL where the home side had two players sent off in the last five minutes as well as three others booked during a fiery game. Former Lion Jake Vernon put Tevie in front on 12 minutes only for the visitors top scorer Jamie Sleigh to level nine minutes later. Mat Wilkinson’s 25th minute goal put the home side back on top but Stuart Baker levelled again three minutes later. Kyle Daley got the Heanor winner on 57 minutes before both Vernon and Declan Jenkins were sent off for Teversal.
SHERWOOD COLLIERY continue hot on the heels of leaders Selston as a result of a 6-0 win over basement side ARNOLD TOWN. But they had to wait until four minutes before the break for their first goal from Jordan Harris. The same player added a second five minutes into the second half before Gareth Curtis took centre stage with a ten minute had-trick and Tim Gregory made it six in stoppage time at the end of the game.
CLIPSTONE moved up to seventh in the table as a result of a 3-1 win over BORROWASH VICTORIA. Dean Rick put them ahead as early as the third minute and by the twentieth Ollie Ashton had added a second. Ethan Wiesztort made it three on 70 minutes before Owen Parker pulled one back for the visitors with twelve minutes left.
There was a six goal salvo of goals at GRAHAM STREET PRIMS where half of them came from the penalty spot as they held high-flying NEWARK FLOWSERVE in a top-of-the-table clash. Kevin Morrow put Prims in front on 18 minutes but the first of Sam Agar’s brace of spot kicks on 31 minutes restored parity. Michael Fitzhugh scored from the spot as well to give Prims the lead back two minutes into the second half but Dan Meadows levelled for the Brewers on the hour. Fitzhugh rattled In his second of the game on 68 minutes but the third spot kick of the match fell to Flowserve on 75 minutes and Agar gave the visitors a point.
BARROW TOWN moved up to sixth in the table as a result of a 2-1 win at INGLES. Zak Ginvert put them in front early in the game. Sean Woolley levelled five minutes after the hour but parity lasted just three minutes as Dan Page hit the visitors winner.
RADFORD’s fifth win of the campaign came as a result of a 3-1 home success over BELPER UNITED. But they had to come from behind to record it after James Rushby had given the Derbyshire side a 27th minute advantage – a lead they held until ten minutes after the interval when Ashley Miles levelled. Two goals in the last ten minutes from Ben Clark and Kyles Stovell finally gave the Nottingham side the points.
RAINWORTH MINERS WELFARE were left still looking for their first home league win of the season after falling victim to a 3-1 defeat to EASTWOOD COMMUNITY. Rory Smith gave the Red Badgers an early lead which was extended in the second half by Harry Allen and an Anton Foster own goal before Liam Jepson pulled one back fourteen minutes from the end.
Ross McCaughey’s goal four minutes from the end put GEDLING MINERS WELFARE through to the Second Round of the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup. It was the only goal of their game against Nottinghamshire Senior League side Wollaton.