English treble steers Ollerton to huge victory
TOP scorers of the day were Ollerton Town who put Yorkshire Main to the sword, winning by 12 clear goals.
They had eight different players contributing to the total. Lewis English led the way with three, there were two each for Ricky Starbuck and James Munson, with Sean Fulcher, Terry Annable, Kyle Clarkson, Craig Stanton and Gavin Jackson completing the dozen.
Phoenix recorded a more modest 4-0 win, Jordan Pierce's double and one each from Dave Gleason and Aron Cross accounting for visitors Sherwood Colliery.
Thoresby Colliery Welfare put six past basement side DFS Welbeck Welfare. Ryan Bowskill (2), James Worthington, James Scothern, Shaun Wraggand Ben Selby shared the scoring.
Newark Town returned to the top of the Black Dragon Badges Southern division after a 3-1 win over Pinxton.
Town put their run of three successive defeats behind them, Chris Dobbie (2) and Sam Bagworth on target, Pinxton's goal coming from Mark Houghton.
Belper United move up to second with a 2-0 defeat of Calverton MW, thanks to a goal from Shaun Smith and an own goal.
Mickleover Royals are still well in contention, adding to Hucknall Town AFC's woes with a 6-0 win.
Kirk Francis (3), Adam Birch (2) and Troy Black did the damage.
The surprise result of the day was seen at Leas Lane, where Blackwell MW ended a poor run of eight defeats with a very good 3-3 draw away to neighbours South Normanton Athletic.
Jordan Alls (2) and Lee Day scored for South Normanton, but two goals from Lee Hillier and one by Kristian Stelmech claimed a point for the visitors.
There was a nine-goal thriller at the Inspire Stadium in Nottingham, where the improving Holbrook St Michaels edged out Real United 5-4.
Dan Sharp's hat-trick, with one each for Chris Saunders and Luke Tozer were just enough to claim the points.
Shane Scott (2), Dalton Stephens and Jay Lee Hodgson scored for Real.
Clifton All Whites scored two in each half to beat Nottingham United by four goals to two. Rob Gill (2), Carl Westcarr and Michael Bannister scored for Clifton, United's goals coming from Dennis Hickey and Carey Knight.
Cup competitions meant there were just four matches in the Reserve Supreme division.
Heanor Town picked up a welcome three points after a 2-1 win over Dinnington Town.
A deflected shot from Luke Barber gave Heanor the lead, but Dinnington equalised as a clearance from Heanor keeper Sean Pickworth was hammered back from the centre circle by James Ellis, his 60-yard return ball going in off the underside of the bar.
A Graham Wells penalty gave Heanor the points in a match well controlled by referee Nick Bremmer.
Staveley MW finally made it to the top, their 2-0 win at Rainworth MW putting them a point clear of Belper Town thanks to goals from Pat Lindley and Ryan Walker.
Alex Elliker and Alex Meehan were Dunkirk's scorers as the won 2-0 at Eastwood Town.
A mid-table game at Hollinwood Lane saw Teversal beat Calverton MW 6-1.
Kye Pilmore and David Cockerill both grabbed two, with Ryan Baldwin and Max Curzon also scoring. Brinsley Kirkham replied.
In the CU Phosco Lighting Reserve Premier Division, Clipstone Welfare beat Nottingham United 3-1 through Tom Price (2) and Gavin King, Marcus Peddie got the consolation.
Sherwood Colliery and Newark Town fought out a 1-1 draw. Alex Hales put Newark in the lead, Brendan Williams equalised for Sherwood.
Southwell City lifted themselves off the bottom of the table with a 4-1 win at Real United.