Debrouwer hits three as Pinxton go through
THE leading pair in the Northern division both progressed safely to the quarter-finals of the cup.
South Normanton were edged out 2-1 by Dronfield Town, all the goals coming in the second half. Carey Knight scored for the Shiners.
The place for goals was Clay Cross Town where a crowd of 125 saw Pinxton run out 7-4 winners. There was a hat-trick for Kieran Debrouwer, while Jay Brewer grabbed two. Ryan Booker and Wayne Cooke were also on target for Pinxton.
Clifton All Whites scored twice in the second half on their way to a 2-1 win over Ollerton Town, Will Heath and former Forest youngster Rob Gill putting them through. Kyle Clarkeson scored for Ollerton.
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No surprise at Watnall Road as goals from Chris Hewitt, Craig Mitchell and Pete Stubley gave Sutton Town a 3-1 win over Hucknall Town AFC. Craig Cox netted the consolation goal.
A last-minute goal from Martin Wilson means that Newark Town and Westella Hanson will have to meet again.
The East Yorkshire side led with two first half goals inside a minute, but Sam Bagworth pulled one back, before Wilson's late leveller.
In the Black Dragon Badges Northern Division, a Shane Carver hat-trick inspired Brodsworth Welfare to victory by the odd goal in seven against visitors Sherwood Colliery. Eden Homer, Jack Wood and Rob Whitman were the Sherwood marksmen.
Real United's winning run in the Black Dragon Badges South Division was brought to an abrupt halt by Bilborough Pelican, who won 6-0 at the Inspire Stadium. Jordan Prance (2), Danny Blanchard, Danny Prance, Alex Doyle and Joe Ashurst shared the goals.
There was a hat-trick for Linby Colliery's Matt Murphy as they saw off Nottingham United 4-1. Simon Marlow was the other scorer, while Chris Tivey got the United goal.
Struggling Blackwell MW ran Mickleover Royals close at the Raygar Stadium, Niall Mather's second-half effort proving to be the difference between the sides.
Southwell City added to Blidworth Welfare's woes, returning home with a 5-0 win with goals for Marlon Waites (2), Anthony Brown, Craig Bolton and Jonny Upton.
Results in the Reserve Supreme division went to form with the top three winning.
Leaders Dunkirk had to rely on a goal from Alex Meehan to get the better of Teversal, while Belper Town were convincing 5-2 winners at bottom team South Normanton.
Dronfield Town remain third after their 3-1 win over Radford. Craig Barrett pulled one back for the visitors.
Eastwood Town beat Long Eaton United 4-1 thanks to Sam Hutsby, Mack Smith, Preston Robinson and Jayden Newbury.
Bilborough Pelican hit top spot in the Reserve Premier Division following their 2-1 win against Southwell City.
Belper United are second after a three-goal win at Sherwood Colliery.
Former leaders Newark Town went down to three second half goals at home to Clipstone Welfare.
Nottingham United remain rooted to the foot of the table after conceding four goals at home to Blidworth Welfare.