Good day for new signings at Sutton
SUTTON Town remain five points clear at the top of the Black Dragon Badges South Division after a comfortable 5-0 win at Blackwell MW.
New signings Ant Lynam (2) and Gary Atkins added to Craig Mitchell's brace of goals.
A single goal from Josh Wisdom settled the game between Belper United and Linby Colliery in favour of the Derbyshire side, but Bilborough Pelican lost ground as they went down to a 3-2 defeat at Mickleover Royals. Goals from Kirk Francis (2) and Peter Aliguma gave the home side the points, with Nathan Hodges and Danny Prance replying.
Pinxton proved too strong for Nottingham United, their 6-1 win at Wharf Road including a treble for Kieran Debrouwer, two from Wayne Cooke and one for Jay Cooper. United's reply came from Marcus Peddie.
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Three goals in four second-half minutes gave Newark Town their first league win in six matches against Hucknall Town AFC. Chris Dobbie netted two, with Chris Self and Ricky North also scoring. Joshua Musshett got a late consolation for Hucknall.
Following their midweek Notts Senior Cup win over Retford United, Clifton All Whites rounded off a successful week by beating Southwell City 2-1, Connor Hardy and Levi Ramsey were the Clifton marksmen.
Jay-Lee Hodgson, Dalton Stephens and Ryan Johnson secured the points for Real United at South Normanton, whose reply came from Ryan Bowen and Ryan Hastie.
Clay Cross Town's challenge faded after a 3-2 defeat at Thorne Colliery, despite two goals from Rockie White.
Glapwell eased past Sherwood Colliery with Josh Goodhand (2), Kye Marty and Craig Newton all on the scoresheet. DFS Welbeck were a goal up at half time against Thoresby Colliery through Richard Dixon, but then conceded two.
Dunkirk maintained their five-point advantage at the top of the Reserve Supreme division after a 5-1 win over bottom side South Normanton. Jack Hopper (2), Lewis Wilcox, Kevin Hemagou and Kevin Symonds shared the goals. Shaka Minors netted for the Shiners.
Dronfield Town scored four without reply at Calverton MW. Charles Bradwell bagged two to reach 30 for the season.
Heanor Town stretched their winning run to four games with a 2-1 win over Long Eaton United thanks to Dean Robinson and Liam Barber, Jason Hallam pulling one back for Long Eaton with a nice volley.
Liam Theakston and Kieron Patel gave Rainworth a 2-0 victory at Teversal.
Bilborough Pelican maintained their two-point lead at the top of the CU Phosco Lighting Reserve Premier after a 7-3 win over Harworth Colliery.
Joe Burns (3), Sam McElroy (2) and Kamar Davis were among the scorers for Pelican.
Clipstone Welfare lost 3-2 at home to Belper United despite efforts from Tom Price and Adam Buchanan.
Newark Town led Holbrook St Michaels at the break through Jammy Lloyd, but were pegged back in the second half by Chris Saunders, Winston Mandeya, Craig Saville and Dean Tomlinson.
Nottingham United won 3-1 at Real United with Grazaba (2) and Ashley Eaton scoring.
Josh Bye scored the Blidworth Welfare goals which beat Southwell City 2-1, Will Wheat pulling one back.
Mickleover Royals played only their seventh game of the season at home to Sherwood Colliery and emerged with a point from a 1-1 draw. Sean Dunne scored for the Royals, Billy O'Neil for Sherwood.