Gill the goal hero as Whites triumph in Challenge Cup tie
ROB Gill scored twice for Clifton All Whites to give them victory over Pinxton in the Baris League Challenge Cup.
In a third-round replay, three goals in the first half hour saw Belper United make home advantage count as they beat Glapwell 4-1. There were two goals for Matt Phillips and one each from Luke Crosby and Josh Wisdom. Ross Murcott pulled one back for the visitors.
Belper now face Sutton Town in the quarter-finals. Newark Town host AFC Mansfield tomorrow night.
With the top two both in cup action, the focus in the Black Dragon Badges North division switched to the chasing pair, who both picked up maximum points.
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A single goal in the first half from Dale Crowder was sufficient to give Clay Cross Town the advantage over Sherwood Colliery at Debdale Park.
The place to be for goals was Bentley Colliery, where the home side fought back from a four-goal deficit at the break, but were finally edged out 6-5 by Ollerton Town.
Lee Easom hit a hat-trick for Ollerton with Lewis English, James McCann and an own goal completing the half dozen.
DFS Welbeck's second half weakness struck again, as they led Brodsworth Welfare by Lee Dixon's goal at the break, only to concede five in the second half.
In the Black Dragon Badges South Division, Mickleover Royals returned from Southwell City with a resounding 5-0 win under their belts thanks to two goals from Andy Bacon and Joshua Gregory.
Newark Town came from behind to win 2-1 at Real United. Ryan Johnson gave the home side a first-half lead, but Town turned it round thanks to Mark Ellison and Martin Wilson. Linby Colliery hosted Calverton MW and took the points with a 3-0 win thanks to Baz Paine (2) and Michael Bannister.
Blidworth Welfare managed to get their third victory of the season after beating Nottingham United 2-1.
Goals from Barry Alberry and Stuart Grainger put Blidworth in front, but with minutes to go Jamie Clarke pulled one back for the emerald greens.
This was one of those games where if Nottingham United had taken their chances they could have won by a comfortable margin, Clarke being one of the culprits for wasting goalscoring opportunities.
However, it wasn't to be and it saw Nottingham United slump to another defeat and still looking to end their long winless streak. Their last victory came in October after they beat Hucknall Town AFC 3-0.
Reserve Supreme Division leaders Dunkirk were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Rainworth MW. Mark Bernhofen scored for Dunkirk, Jason Iliffe for Rainworth.
Dronfield Town closed the gap at the top to two points after a 3-2 win at Radford, who scored through Scott Peach and an own goal.
There was a rare win for South Normanton Athletic and they did it in style with a 5-1 win over Teversal. Chris Atkins (3), Jordan Tarr and Adam Puttock hit the goals.
Matlock Town enjoyed their day out, hammering Calverton Miners Welfare 7-1, James Hill (3) and David Edge (2) did the damage, with Nathan Lovett getting a consolation for Calverton.
A Lewis Hayward strike gave Staveley MW all three points at home to Heanor Town.
In the CU Phosco Lighting reserve Premier Division, Mickleover Royals put six past Nottingham United at Bilsthorpe, with Alex Taylor and Andy Gunter both scoring twice.
Southwell City moved off the bottom after winning 5-1 at Holbrook St Michaels. Will Wheat (3), Alex Bexon and Mark Ballard shared the goals.
Belper United pipped Newark Town 4-3 in the quarter-final of the President's Cup. Adam Thorpe (2), Micky Dunne and Richard Holmes were the marksmen, while Jimmy Lloyd (2) and Matt Taylor got Newark's goals.