A 4-0 win away at Shirebrook Town keeps Ollerton top of the league.
Local derbies have a habit of being high on adrenaline, whilst never reaching classic levels and this was no exception.
Two goals in the dying moments of the game proved to be the difference.
Dominant Gedling ease to first home victory of the season
Rainworth MWFC beat 5th placed Clifton All Whites 2-1 at the Kirklington Road Ground.
Ollerton's return to action ended in a 0-0 draw against Graham St Prims
Last game before the four week lockdown see Teversal go down again by the odd goal.
Two goals in the last two minutes saw off West Bridgford
Disappointing Teversal performance ending the mini revival.
Ollerton returned to winning ways away to Graham St Prims
Heanor Town 2-3 Teversal
A single goal saw Eastwood see off Ollerton on Saturday
Teversal make it two wins in two with great away win at Heanor.
Sometimes in football you have to accept you were beaten by the better team and this was one of those days.
Rainworth MWFC beat Eastwood Community 2-0 at The Kirklington Road Ground as Kurtis Bamford's late goal secured an emphatic victory.
Hucknall Town 0-1 Heanor Town
Heanor Town 3-4 Sherwood Colliery
Teversal off the mark with battling performance and deservedly take all three points.
Down to ten men for the second half, Ollerton battled to a good point at home.
Gedling come from behind to claim a point in competitive encounter
Rainworth MWFC recorded their fourth league win in consecutive games as they beat West Bridgford 2-0 at Regatta Way.
Gedling beaten for the second successive away league game despite second half fightback
Heanor Town 2-1 Clifton All Whites
Teversal beaten again but put in there best performance of the season so far.
Dunkirk 3-1 Heanor Town
Heanor Town 4-0 Ingles
Ollerton Town defeated Hucknall Town 1-0 to extend their good form.
Devastating loss for Teversal after large periods of pressure but no final product.
Ten man Gedling fight back but ultimately fall just short
Rainworth MWFC came from 2-0 down to beat Dunkirk 3-2 at the the Kirklington Road Ground to make it three consecutive league wins.
Barrow Town 0-1 Heanor Town
Hucknall Town manager Andy Graves was full of praise for the effort his team put in as they came from behind to secure an emphatic 5-1 victory over Ingles at the Dovecote Stadium. With this result the Yellows continued their faultless start to the East
It's now four wins, and four clean sheets in a row for Dave Winter's men.
Ollerton hit six but still Teversal take positives from the game.
Rainworth MWFC put in another excellent performance as they beat Graham Street Prims 4-0 at The Fred Harding Ground.
Gedling beaten on the road for the first time this season.
A Ben Partridge brace helped Ollerton defeat Ingles 3-0 on Wednesday.
Experience counts as Rainworth take the points at the Tomlin Personnel Park
Gedling beaten in first home game of their league campaign.
Rainworth MWFC ran out 4-1 winners away to Teversal with Kane Hempsall, Julian Topliss, Kyle Hempshall and Henry Brooks all getting on the scoresheet.
Ollerton defeated Heanor Town 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.
Heanor Town 0-3 Ollerton Town
Belper United beat Rainworth MWFC 4-0 at the Kirklington Road ground, producing a complete performance in all areas of the pitch.
Brett double helps Gedling win seven goal thriller
Nine unanswered goals on a day to remember for Ollerton
“Losing Start For Tevie Boys”
Lewis Belgrave and Kieran Wells were on target as Sherwood Colliery defeated Rainworth MWFC 2-0 at The Kirklington Road Ground in the opening game of the season.
Update on a limited return of home spectators for ‘non-elite’ football clubs in Tier 3 areas
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