Kimberley MW move up to third by putting six past Selston

A round-up of last weekend’s action in the Notts Senior League

In the Senior Division, Bulwell strengthened their position at the top with a comfortable 3-0 victory over third-placed Ruddington Village, goals from Chris Murdock, Alan Jeffries and Scott Litchfield.

Clifton remain second with a 2-0 victory over bottom club Sandhurst, Patrick Bakone and Karl Mitchell on target.

Keyworth United suffered a heavy 6-2 home defeat at the hands of Wollaton. Ian Marley and Ryan Johnson scored for Keyworth but a Jordan Smith hat-trick, two from Alex King and one from Paul Markowski gave Wollaton the win.

Another 6-2 away win saw Kimberley Miners Welfare move into third place thanks to a Jake Fisher hat-trick and further goals from Ben Greenhalgh and Rob Beecham. Selston’s goals came from Dominic Carragher and Steve Frogatt.

In Division One Awsworth Villa Reserves ran out 4-2 winners over Nottinghamshire with two from Sam Bowmar and further strikes from Tom Shelbourn and Danny Towle, Dyce with two for Nottinghamshire.

Magdala Amateur Reserves closed the gap on third-bottom Gedling Southbank with a 5-0 away win, Sam Mannion with a hat-trick and two from Sam Ryan.

Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves moved into fourth with a 6-1 victory over Underwood Villa.

Keyworth United Reserves remain rooted to the bottom after a 3-1 home defeat to Radcliffe Olympic Reserves, James Jackson scoring for Keyworth.

Netherfield Albion are looking comfortable at the top and had a 4-2 home win over Arnold Town Reserves, Kieran Johnson with two, Shane Nicoll and Joe Jackson for Netherfield, Miguel Santos-Nello and Marcus Fletcher for Arnold.

West Bridgford beat third-placed Boots Athletic 4-0 with goals from Prince, Large and Charlesworth.

Wollaton Reserves lost at home to second placed Beeston AFC 6-2, Antony Fragola with two for Wollaton, two from Samuel and further goals from Bishop, Mannion, Cook and McKeever for Beeston.

Division Two leaders Bingham Town were held at home 2-2 by Linby Colliery, Tom Spencer and Jonathan Morley scoring for Bingham.

Second-placed Ruddington beat Moorgreen 4-1 with a Sam Dunstan hat-trick and one from Ted Squires, Joe Brookes replying for Moorgreen.

Nottinghamshire Reserves were held at home 1-1 by Selston Reserves, Simon Warburton for Nottinghamshire.

Bottom club Sandhurst Reserves lost 4-2 at home to West Bridgford Reserves. Two goals from Niall Bettison. Two from Chris Kearney and further goals from James Chiu and Ryan Pearson completed the scoring.