Campbell's double secures Kashmir points in battle at the top
THE game of the day saw Premier Division leaders Kashmir take on second-placed Bilborough United and win 3-2.
Curtis Campbell (2) and Adam Nelson got the goals with Grant Hughes bagging a brace for United.
Kimberley MW 'A' lost ground at the top as they went down 2-1 at AFC Bridgford. Scott Kirk and Will Moss were on target for the Herons.
Reiss Coy, Chris Baker and Jason Stevens all scored as Gedling Southbank 'A' edged Beeston Rovers 3-2.
Santos hammered Netherfield Town 8-3 thanks to a four-goal blast from Ben Daws. James Foster weighed in with a hat-trick.
Gareth Taylor and Matt Gooch both scored as FC Samba beat Fox & Crown 2-0.
Crusader closed the gap at the top of Division One as they defeated Ashfield Athletic 3-0 and leaders Basford United Reserves went down 3-2 against Strelley Rose. Ian Gibbons, Kieran Allen and Alex Mather netted for Crusader.
Aspley, in third, overcame Birchover Park 2-0 thanks to Richard Wallace and Sean Allen.
K.Kolago hit a hat-trick for Nottingham United 'A' as they thrashed AFC Bridgford Reserves 6-1, while Vernon Villa made it back-to-back league wins with a 4-2 home success over Netherfield Albion Reserves. Ady Beeson hit a double for Villa.
It was a strange day in Division Two as the top four teams all lost. Leaders FC Geordie went down lost 2-1 at Beeston Rylands, a team they had previously defeated 8-0. Jonathan Simons and Richard McDermot scored the vital goals.
Trent Bridge in second lost 4-0 to Crown Inn Selston, who climbed to fourth with third-placed Rushcliffe Dynamo losing 3-0 at Arnold Celtic. Sean Blake, Richard Beaumont and Harry Bartlett were all on target for Arnold.
Fraaz Ahmed kept up his fantastic scoring record as he added three to his tally in Ali Islam's 5-3 win over Boots Athletic Reserves. Michael Brown netted a treble for Boots.
Forest Green recorded a rare victory, pipping Skegby United 3-2 thanks to goals from Mark Royser, Jack Ledalle and Reece Denny.
Highbury striker Simon Betts hit a stunning hat-trick to send his team into the last four of the NAA Junior Cup as they edged Premium 3-2.
Dale Rippey scored twice as the Division Three leaders Netherfield Town Pumas beat AFC Bridgford 'A' 5-1 and Bingham Town Reserves kept their impressive run going with a comfortable 3-0 victory over FC Samba Reserves. Michael Herbert, Chris Dawn and Jevon Patrick got the goals. Daniel Dobbie, Gavin Bull and Aden Meir notched as ASC Ilkeston recorded a 3-1 win over second-placed Crusader Reserves.
Robin Hood Colts remain fourth after a 4-1 victory over Mapperley. Liam Blaylock (2), Grant Gregory and Carl Betts shared the goals.