Keyworth remain on course after comfortable win
KEYWORTH United Green are on course for honours in U18 Division Three after beating Sherwood FC 4-1.
A sterling first-half performance enabled Keyworth to go in at half time with a 3-0 lead and while Sherwood gave a better account of themselves after the break all three points went to Keyworth.
Third-placed Hucknall Warriors Red had a surprise defeat at the hands of bottom club Aldercar, who ran out 3-1 victors.
Macauley Spencer scored for Warriors, Callum Hood, Dominic Bailey and Joel Watson goals securing the points for Aldercar for only the second time this season.
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Tollerton Rangers came away from Hucknall Sports Red with all three points as a result of a 3-1 scoreline. Hucknall took the lead after 30 minutes through striker Chay Murden.
Rangers piled on the pressure as they had been dominating the game and equalised two minutes before half time.
Both teams came out fighting in the second half, but Hucknall gave away a penalty when captain Ryan Birch was brought down in the area.
Ryan Richardson struck home to take the lead for the away side.
With only ten minutes to go, striker Dylan Farrow took the ball from his own half and ran through the Hucknall defence to score his second of the season and round things off.
Long Eaton United and Aslockton Cranmers had to be content with a point apiece in a 2-2 draw.
Kyle Davis and Ben Foster netted for United, Hugh White and Chris Pitsillos getting Cranmers' goals.
There's no stopping U18 Division Four league leaders Inter City as they recorded their 11th win in 12 games with a crushing 9-1 victory over Ruddington Colts Black.
Jordan Mills and Shayne Nhidza scored two apiece as Inter City are now nine points clear of the chasing pack.
Greyfriars Celtic's Tom Wilson scored four goals in his team's 6-3 win at Gotham Rangers, Jamie Richmond and Curtis Brooks also on the scoresheet. Lewis Currithers struck twice for Rangers.
After a goalless first-half Beeston Centurions took control of their match at Burton Joyce Green to run out 4-1 winners.
Ben Jones scored for the home side while Centurions goals came from Scott Shaw, Callum Hall-Cook, Bagrey Zgovu and Liam Musson.
Sherwood FC won 2-1 at Predator FC and move up three places in the table.
Teversal are now just one point behind the U16 Division One (Sunday) leaders after beating Attenborough Colts 7-1, Josh Radford and Liam Carver scoring two goals each.
Calverton MW moved off the bottom of the table thanks to a 7-0 win at United FC.
Three goals from Daniel Mitford and a couple from Oliver Byers gave Calverton their first league win of the season.
THE match of the day in U16 Division Two (Sunday) was at second-placed Priory Celtic who entertained the leaders Netherfield Boys.
After winning all previous 13 league matches, Netherfield Boys were brought back to earth with a bump as Celtic ran out 5-1 winners.
Dev Lawson was Celtic's hero of the day, rattling in three goals while Alex Neilson and Kaylum Mitchell also got on the scoresheet. Jawanza Grant replied for Netherfield who still have a 12-point advantage over their rivals.
Hucknall Town Harriers are in third place after David Buckley shot them to a 7-2 victory over Gedling Southbank. Buckley scored six of Harriers' goals and made himself the top marksmen of the day.
Two goals either side of half-time gave Clifton Aces a 4-0 win at East Leake Bantams, Subin Rai claiming two goals, while Josh Pinto and Tom Bolstridge got the others. Ollie Cree completed a first-half hat-trick as Aslockton Cranmers beat Ernehale Colts 4-0, Reuben Tong also scoring.