OE's still unbeaten after win
PREMIER Division leaders Old Elizabethans remain unbeaten after defeating Beeston AFC II 6-1, thanks to a Liam Starbuck hat-trick. Callum Wilkinson (2) and Daniel Reddington got the others.
Second-placed Ilkeston Rutland were hit by goals from Beeston OBA's Alex Riley and Lewis Smith. Ben Holmes then netted for Rutland who benefited from an own goal to snatch a 2-2 draw.
Rainworth Rangers, in third, were a goal to the good at half-time against bottom side Steelers, who failed to reply to four further goals.
Callum Lucas and George Evans were the Rangers marksmen but it was left to substitute Graham Beavis, who netted a hat-trick, to make certain of the points.
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A Ricky Hodgson goal was all that Bulwell Town could muster against Wollaton III who replaced Bulwell in fourth after scoring three goals of their own.
Radcliffe Olympic III leapfrogged opponents Bassingfield to claim fifth position after their 4-3 victory. Frazer White, Kyle Young and Scott McCardle scored for the losers.
With former Division 1 leaders Old Elizabethans II's game being called off, FC Sutton Foresters took full advantage to grab top spot with a 9-2 mauling of Wollaton IV.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills retained third spot, a point adrift of O.E.s, following their 4-1 victory over Ashfield FC, whose consolation goal came from Colin Fisher. Ravenshead's bad patch continued with a 6-0 defeat at the hands of NRU FC, while goals from Ben Fletcher and Paul Middleton earned BAFC Vine a 2-1 victory over Magdala Amateurs A.
New Houghton Villa and Eaton Hall College shared eight goals, the College goals coming from Tom Handley (2), Ben Tickner and Pete Best.
Rainworth Rangers II retained top spot in Division 2 following a 4-2 victory at the expense of Alvaston United. Ben Sherratt's double was the difference between the two sides.
Goals for Rangers from Ryan Martin and Josh Harbor were answered by Tommy Rutter and Dan Peberdy.
Woodbeck Diagonals remain in second place despite an 8-3 defeat by Ilkeston Rutland II, whose goals came from Rob Henshaw (3), Mark Benson (2), Alex Piroddi, Lee O'Dowd and Ricky Buchanan.
A double from Dave Walker and goals from Ross Walton, Travis Weatherby and Tim Murphy saw Southwell St Marys II through to a 5-2 victory over Ashfield II.
FC Trinity displaced opponents Sutton Travellers from third in the table as a result of their 6-3 victory. Ashley Chadwick's hat-trick was the difference.
Derbyshire Amateurs netted seven against old rivals Nottinghamshire III. Strickson and Barker both struck twice.