NSL Roundup: Top Valley Still 100%

It was first versus second in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Premier Division with current leaders Bingham Town resounding victors over AFC Dunkirk 4-0 with two goals apiece for Tom Spencer and Euan Sweeting.

Dunkirk’s defeat allowed Southwell City to move into second place as a Ben Selby hat-trick helped them on their way to a 5-0 win over Attenborough.  William Stocks and George Caudwell were also on target.

Woodthorpe Park Rangers are up to third on goal difference,ahead of Dunkirk, following their 3-0 defeat of FC Cavaliers with goals from Markell Bailey, Cory Johnson and Connor Scott-Parkin.

Burton Joyce complete the top five.  They were 6-1 winners at home to Magdala Amateurs.  Josh Gardner scored his first goal for The Joyce alongside efforts from Mark Faflik (2), Nathan Francis, Dan Phillips and Macauley Tinsley.  Ryan MacMillan got Magdala’s consolation.

There were promising signs for the new management at Eastwood CFC Development but they ultimately went down 5-2 to Calverton Miners Welfare.  There were braces for Dalton Stephens and Sam Buckle and one for Steven Brett for Calvo; Mitch Williams and Isaac Anderson replied for Eastwood.

Scott Litchfield scored four and Lee Potts two for Keyworth United as they saw off Aslockton & Orston 6-0.

AFC Top Valley made it 11 wins from 11 to stay top of Division One as Jake and Joe Gunn unloaded both barrels on Wollaton Reserves with two goals each in a 6-0 win.  Luke Gregory and Adam Sprake also netted.

Ethan Hunter bagged a last minute winner to give West Bridgford AFC bragging rights over local rivals Bridgford United with a 2-1 victory.  Ollie Williams also scored for AFC, Liam Honeyman for United.

Ruddington Village once again overcame Ravenshead in their fourth meeting in 11 weeks in all competitions.  This time it was Jack Dickie, Jamie Neep and Daniel Neary who helped them triumph 3-0.

In Division Two, Brandon Lee scored a hat-trick for Barrowby  on Friday night to help his side beat Ravenshead Reds 5-2.

On Saturday, United Grays consolidated top spot with a 7-0 win over Burton Joyce Reserves including braces for Perris Thomas and Sean Craven.

Both Keyworth United Reserves and Ruddington Village Reserves are five points behind the Grays after they won 8-2 against Bilborough Town Community and 4-3 against Beeston Old Boys Association respectively.

Asha won 4-1 at Cotgrave Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves beat Clifton All Whites Development 6-1.

*Article provided by Robin Griffiths (Nottinghamshire Senior League Press Officer).

*Main image @Papapix AFC Top Valley in action against Kimberley last weekend.

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