Gregory adds to tally as Gedling move to the top
GEDLING Inn made it eight league wins on the trot in the Premier, Premier after a 5-1 cruise over Green Dragon to take top spot for the first time this season.
The consistent Anthony Gregory added another couple to his tally and he was supported by strikes from Ben Middleton, Nick Hawkins and Jamie Walker. Johnny Bernard hit the consolation.
Old Colonial appear to have turned the corner in an indifferent season, as goals from Scott Litchfield and Ryan Perkins gave them a 2-1 win over Trentside, who responded through Nick Murray.
Clumber, champions for the past three seasons, continue to struggle and crashed 8-1 at home to leaders Nuthall.
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Jason Russell opened the scoring after only four minutes and quick-fire efforts from Ryan Johnson (2) and Jimmy Spiers made it 4-0 at the break.
The hosts hit back when Wes Burke scored from the spot but four goals in the last five minutes from Tyrone Burton, Johnson, Tobias Richardson and Walton Grant sank them without trace.
Robin Hood had their Premier One title aspirations dented after losing 4-2 at The Arrow. Williamson did the damage with a hat-trick. Luke Smithson and Matthew Hayes hit back.
Strikes from Russ Howard, Duncan Indcox, Matt Gamble, Adam Sinnott and Dan Heggarty (2) gave Nottingham Rangers a comfortable 6-1 victory over struggling Portland Arms HH.
There was a fractious game at Nottingham United, who scored through Mark Thomas (2) and Ashley Eaton, only to be outgunned by Mark Dalton, Rob McCormick, Jamie Carlton and Nathan Roach for the travelling Medz Reds.
A 3-2 victory over Loft in Space lifted Stratford Haven off the basement slot for the first time this season.
Marc Scott (2) and Mike Gartlan got the goals, but strikes from Andy Littlewood and Harry Simpson kept them on tenterhooks to the end of the match.
Crown Inn moved six points clear at the top of Premier Two, as they coasted to a 4-2 win over Premium. The goals were shared by the reliable Connor Croft and Keiron Miles. The visitors reduced the arrears before half time.
Burton Joyce kept themselves in the frame for the title, as Matt Smith rattled in another triple in their 6-2 win at Edwalton. The visitors were always on top as Josh Cranny, Keith Bailey and an own goal completed their scoring.
Ross Brown made amends for his own goal by scoring direct from a free kick, 60 yards out.
In Senior One, Birchover Park ran riot over a depleted Beeston Biz, goal-machine Frazer Campbell helping himself to six goals. James Owen (3), Gary Harris (2) and Jonathan Andrews (2) also netted in the 13-0 mauling.
Goals from Martyn Cain, Ed Smyth and Teirrien Bronmonger ensured that ABP increased their lead at the top following a comfortable 3-1 win over FC Digica, for whom Adrian Swann scored.
Lenton Villa continued their recent good run with a convincing 4-1 success over Nottingham Pirates. Aswann Allen (2), Dominic Evans and Germaine Hunt shared the goals, with Lawrence Leith replying.
Tricolore and Nottingham Maintenance had a close encounter, the former stealing the points thanks to efforts from Rob Bradley, Aaron Maddock and Phil Smith. Ashley Southall and Jay Brunt responded.
Ashley Robinson, Carl Radmall and David-Singh Bhatti were on target as Stratford Haven Reserves beat Real Nottingham 3-0.
Burton Joyce 'B' consolidated their position at the head of Senior Two with a 6-1 success over Bridgford Taverners.
James Moon scored twice, supported by Liam Beatty, Michael Glover, Martin Glover and Oliver Woodward.
But rivals FC Sparta got a shock, going down 3-1 at mid-table Carlton Top Spot Reserves.
The visitors took an early lead through Sowter. The hosts equalised soon after through Mark Perrin and then went ahead just before the break via an Adrian Oldham effort.
Jake Binch made it 3-1 with a late goal and the result gave Nottingham Breakdown the opportunity to leap frog Sparta into second place, which they did after edging out Sporting CBJ by the odd goal in seven. Chris Jeyes netted twice.
A Ben Castlell hat-trick and one a piece from Carl Johnson, Mark Smith and Bassey Okon moved East Bridgford Rangers further clear in Senior Three after a 6-0 win over Ark Athletic.
Rivals Bilborough Rangers were without a game and high-flying neighbours East Bridgford stumbled to a 3-2 defeat at Griffin. Kurtis Somal (2) and Jake Roylance got the goals.
Trent Bridgford Tigers beat Castle Inn with goals from Sam Chapman, Chance Howarth and Charles Woodman.
There was a 12-goal feast at Medina, where a recently regenerated Crusader triumphed thanks to four more goals from recent signing Michael Hartshorn. It took his tally to 11 in three games.
The League's success in this seasons County Cup competitions continued with two Senior One sides safely negotiating difficult ties to reach to the last four of the Notts FA Junior Cup.
Top Valley United enjoyed a 5-3 success at Nuthall County, with Dean Smithson and Kieren Gilbert both netting twice.
Kirkby Town had probably the trickiest passage against high-riding Notts Medics from the EMPAL, but goals from Kyle Ludlow and Kieron Watson ensured that they maintained their incredible 100% record in all competitions this term.