PRECISION NOTTS SENIOR LEAGUE ROUND UP FOR SATURDAY 7th MARCH 2015.
Senior Division League Leaders Selston FC extended their advantage at the top of the table to four points after a home 4-2 victory over Boots Athletic FC. The hosts took a early lead through home debutant Tom Widdowson before Wayne Cooke doubled their advantage just after midway through the 1st half. Boots Athetic fought back in the Second Half with goals from Mitchel Jackson and sub Alex palmer before on the hour the Chemist centre back Chris Hutchinson put the ball in to his own net. Wayne Cooke wrapped up the scoring and the points with 14 minutes to go. Boots day didn’t get any better when near the end of the game Ricky Robinson was show a red card.
West Bridgford FC moved up in to Second place after a 6-2 victory over strugglers Sandhurst FC, with Aaron Large leading the way hitting the back of the net with a hat trick with Tim Hogkinson adding a brace and a own goal for the Regetta Way side, Lee Shaw replied with both of Sandhurst’s goals.
Wollaton FC meanwhile dropped points and fell to 3rd in a 3-3 draw away at Elms Park, where they played Ruddington Village FC. Things could have been better but Wollaton FC missed a last minute penalty. Danny Cox scored twice for the home side with Adam Newbold getting on the scoresheet, whilst the visitors goals came from Aaron Mitchell, Ryan Bowen and Jeremy Millensted.
With Cotgrave FC’s match not being on, Bingham Town in 5th position closed the gap with a 3-0 win over basement club Kirton Brickworks, Bingham scorers were Nick Gammon grabbing two and Andy Nicholson.
Burton Joyce FC remain in 6th place, with Sam Buckle and Troy Smith both helping themselves to a brace apiece in a 4-0 home win against Beeston AFC.
Bilborough Town are running on to a bit of form of late and today defeated Awsworth Villa 2-0 away from home with their goals coming from Tarik Nadif and Lyam Webster.
Division One saw inform Netherfield Albion head to Division Leaders Newark Flowserve but return home after a 2-1 defeat, with Jamie Charlton scoring his 6th goal in 3 appearances since his move from Sandhurst FC and Sam Betts scoring for Flowserve whilst a own goal was all Albion showed for their efforts.
Ruddington Reserves moved up to 2nd place with a 2-1 away victory at South Normanton AFC Reserves, Ruddington Reserves are now nine points behind Flowserve but have 3 games in hand. Kimberley MW Reserves are sitting in 4th place after a comprehensive win away at Linby CW Reserves, their goals came from Danny Chaplin, Luke Hodgson, Rhys Powell and Corey Wilson.
Nottinghamshire FC picked a good win 4-3 away at Wollaton Reserves, whilst Southwell Reserves and Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves shared a point a piece after a 2-2 draw.
The top match in Division Two saw Leaders Aspley Park entertain Bilborough United in this local derby and it was Aspley who gained the points after a 2-1 win with Gary Harris netting both their goals with United;s sole reply coming from Martin Walker.