Hucknall get revenge to leapfrog leaders
A RESOUNDING second-half performance enabled Hucknall Sports Red to move to the top of the U16 Division One (Saturday) table after beating the leaders Carlton Town Yellow 5-1, avenging defeat in their first league meeting in the process.
Sports held a slender 2-1 advantage at the break and went on to consolidate this with three more goals. Robbie Manners netted twice.
Toton FC, in third, stay in contention following their 7-2 result against Bestwood Park Rangers.
The visitors found it difficult to match the more experienced Toton team, whose strikers Jordan Leonardi (3) and Robbie Hamblin (2) led them to their fourth league success.
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Ruddington Colts and Ravenshead Reds were all square at 1-1 at the halfway stage. Ravenshead took control after the break, rattling in five more goals without reply.
Jack Chaplin scored twice as the Reds moved up to fourth place.
There was no stopping U16 Division Two (Saturday) leaders Long Eaton United as they recorded their seventh straight league win, 3-1 at Southwell City.
The visitors set the tone with two first-half goals and added a third after the break. Scott Slowik, Liam Dexter and Josh Morgan shared the goals, James Barnes pulling one back for City.
Arnold Town Blue moved three points clear in second place after a 7-0 win at Wollaton Hall Yellow, while nearest rivals West Bridgford United went down 5-3 at Burton Joyce.
Jared Chamberlain opened his account for Arnold with two.
West Bridgford looked to be on course for yet another three points as they led 3-2 at the halfway stage at Burton Joyce. The home team rallied to shake the championship chaser, scoring three second-half goals to cause the upset of the day.
West Bridgford Wolves' first half performance sealed the points as they scored four times against Bingham Town, adding one more goal after the break to make the final score 5-0.
Gedling Southbank Red enjoyed their second league success with a 4-2 scoreline at Radcliffe Olympic.
Joe Dickin, Seamus O'Driscoll, Joe Walthall and Matthew Fish got the goals. Jordi Newton scored both Olympic goals giving them the advantage in the first half.
East Valley FC are still searching for their first points of the season, going down 1-0 at Beeston Centurions.
Pegasus Youth Broncos closed the gap at the top of the U15 Division One (Saturday) to six points.
Jhavagn Nugent and Harvey Penfold gave Broncos a 2-1 half time advantage against Southwell City, Mackenzie Henson making the final score 3-1.
Hyson Green Cavaliers continue to climb the table thanks to a 6-3 win over Carlton FC. Cavaliers scored three goals in each half, with Amman Samuels and Cordell Cuban grabbing two apiece. Tom Soissons scored twice for Carlton with Alex Edmond getting his first of the season.
AFC Vernon White moved up a place after their 6-3 result against Oldham Colts, who led 3-2 at the end of the first period.
Daniel Audcent, Jack Fear and Warren Davis had given Oldham a slim advantage, but Vernon went to take all three points as Menasha Musvaburi completed his hat-trick and Drew Gibson scored twice.
West Bridgford Colts U18 had their best win of the season in the U18 Division One (Sunday), after beating championship contenders Priory Celtic 4-1.
Jamie Neep (2), Daniel Neary and Derryl Rafter got the goals.
With Celtic dropping three vital points, Calverton MW took full advantage to open up a six-point lead at the top of the table, coasting to victory at Wollaton Hall. Jack Marshall bagged a magnificent seven goals.
Ruddington Colts Yellow and Aspley Park shared six goals, Macaulay Diuk, Reece Sutherland and Elijah Santos scoring for Ruddington, while Jack Hutchby (2) and Bradley Underwood kept Aspley on level terms.
Sandiacre Town slipped up at Arnold Town Maroon in the U18 Division Two (Sunday), despite taking the lead through George Hardy.
Arnold recovered from this early setback and Adam Davy, Jake Glover and Bradley Woodcock gave them a 3-1 win.
Burton Joyce Blue marched on at the top of the table with a 4-1 result at Gotham Rangers to make it eight straight wins and keep their 100% record intact.
Toba Ibrahim completed his hat-trick as Bilborough Town scored four without reply against Netherfield Boys Blue. After a goalless first half Bagthorpe Athletic found their shooting boots to run out 6-0 winners against West Bridgford Crocs.
West Bridgford Wanderers had better fortune, winning by the odd goal in five against Netherfield Colts Blue. Brady Nightingale scored both Netherfield goals, a brace by Dan Jenkins and one from Sam Brook giving Wanderers maximum points.
The top three teams in U16 Division One (Sunday) all won. Greasley MW held on to top place thanks to an 8-0 win at United FC, Brett Soiza grabbing a hat-trick.
Hucknall Sports White remain hard on their heels after taking maximum points at Hyson Green Cavaliers. Sam Gadsby got two in a 5-1 success. Teversal scored four without reply at Keyworth United Green.
Attenborough Colts won their first league match of the season, scoring five without reply at Calverton MW. Jack Winfield (3) and George Gould (2) shared the goals.
Dunkirk Colts Red and Dunkirk Colts Blue drew 2-2. Alex Beresford and Colby Bishop had given the Blues a 2-1 advantage, the Reds fighting back through Jordan Richards and Liam Motson.