Oldershaw the hero as Hucknall tighten grip
HUCKNALL Sports Red remain as U16 Division One (Saturday) championship favourites after beating Toton FC 1-0, Lewis Oldershaw scoring the all-important goal that separated the two teams.
Bestwood Park Rangers were the first to strike at Ravenshead Reds, Taylor Kinch giving Rangers a first-half lead. Ravenshead stepped up a gear after the break and were rewarded as their all-out attacking saw Scott Graham and Jack Chaplin turn the game around and give Ravenshead a 2-1 win.
U16 Division Two (Saturday) leaders West Bridgford Wolves were held 3-3 by third-placed Beeston Centurions.
Wolves started well and opened the scoring through Sam Jones. Centurions levelled the scores, before Harry Segrove restored Wolves' lead.
After the break Centurions scored twice to hold a 3-2 advantage, Gideon Holmes scoring a late goal to level the scores again.
Bingham Town moved off the bottom of the table thanks to a 2-1 win at the expense of West Bridgford United. In a well-contested match all the goals came in the first half with Toby Lingard and Tom Phillips scoring for Town, Pierce Bennett netting for United.
Gedling Southbank Red shared the points with Long Eaton United, Tom Smith getting the Gedling goal while Euan Carmichael was on target for United.
East Valley were held to a 2-2 draw by Southwell City
The top two teams in U15 Division One (Saturday) won their matches to march on towards the championship.
Pegasus Youth Broncos remain at the top of the table thanks to a 1-0 win at Cotgrave.
Gotham Rangers kept the pressure on with a 5-1 win at Carlton FC and opened up a four-point gap in second place. Asher Graham scored for Carlton while a Lewis Weaver hat trick and brace from man of the match Tim Berridge guided Rangers to victory.
Arnold Town Blue returned to winning ways with a 2-1 result against Southwell City. Kalen Burns and Josh Price fired the goals for Arnold, City's reply coming from James King.
AFC Vernon set themselves on the way to victory at Lowdham Colts, scoring three first-half goals and consolidating their lead with a fourth after the break.
Carlton Town continue to set a hot pace at the top of U15 Division Two (Saturday), their latest success being at Rolls Royce Leisure, winning 5-0.
Omar Lindo opened the scoring and added a second while Liam McKoy and two own goals secured the points.
Clifton Aces held on to second place thanks to a 3-0 win at Toton FC, Amari Hamilton, Jack Pearson and Josh Pearson scoring the goals.
West Bridgford Giants are still in contention following their 2-1 win at Edwalton Cavaliers. Kieran Clarke scored for Cavaliers and a Dean Wykes penalty made the score 1-1. A last-minute Arran Atwal goal gave Giants the win.
Hucknall Sports White won the battle at the bottom, only a second league win with a 4-1 result at Wollaton Hall Green. Sports scored through Cory Rose (2), Bijan Pakrouz and Daniel Wright. Finlay Killowe replied.
Bingham Town's first-half performance saw them score four goals without reply at West Bridgford Eagles.
The home side came back into the game after the break and scored twice through Alex Baker and Alex Eyre but it was Town that secured the points in final score of 5-2, Stephen Haviland bagging a brace.
Gedling Southbank Blue leapfrogged Wollaton Hall Yellow and moved into fourth place thanks to a 6-1 win.