Jackson brace helps ABP to extend their lead at summit
IN league action in the Notts Sunday League, ABP had Tim Jackson notching two and Paul Hurt the other as they extended their lead at the top of Senior One to ten points following a 3-1 home win over Real Nottingham.
Will Simpson netted the consolation.
Top Valley United recorded the same score over Beeston Biz, with Aaron Evan, Kieren Gilbert and Danny Lee on target for the hosts and Rob Douglas retaliating.
FC Digica and Stratford Haven Reserves couldn't be parted, as two goals from Gordon McKay supported by Chris Tivey's effort for the hosts, were matched by Steve Farrell (2) and Lee Bayliss.
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With leaders Nottingham Breakdown on Cup duty, Burton Joyce 'B' had the chance to go top of Senior Two. But they were caught napping by resolute visitors The Empire Hucknall, who scored through Nick Clayton, Shane Brown, Shane Warner and an own goal. Ollie Woodward (2) and Luke Bishop replied.
Luke Hardwick's treble and one from Alex Griffiths helped Sporting CBJ secure the points at Dovecrest, while Carlton Top Spot went one better with a 5-3 success over Top Valley. Cain Henry and Andrew Oldham grabbed two apiece, supported by Lewis Fearn.
It was tight at lowly Bridgford Taverners where FC Sparta stole the points thanks to two from Rob Sowter and Joe Fisher netting two each.
It was six of the best for Senior Three headliners East Bridgford Rangers, with a Ben Castell hat-trick and one each from Sean Stevenson, Matt Stevenson and Mark Smith against Beeston Biz.
Jason Elliott's four-goal feast and one from Chris Galloway helped local rivals East Bridgford beat Trent Bridgford Tigers 5-3.
Struggling Medina almost shocked high-flying The Castle Inn but drew 2-2 draw. Ali Sheen Zaman and Saleem Mozley netted for Medina while Luke Renaulds and Gary Kolomyjec replied.