Sports made to work for derby-day victory
LEADERS Hucknall Sports Red were made to work hard for the points in their U16 Division One (Saturday) match at local rivals Hucknall Town Harriers.
A goal in each half eventually gained maximum points for Sports for the 12th time this season. Sam Gadsby and Jordan Parker-Connelly netted either side of the interval.
Teversal kept the pressure on after a comfortable win at Pegasus Youth Blue, who only had ten men.
Pegasus conceded a goal after ten minutes and then defended solidly with keeper George Mole starring, before Teversal added a second.
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As Pegasus tired in the second half, Teversal made full use of their extra man and ran in six more goals. Liam Carver opened his account with four.
Bestwood Park Rangers and Ruddington Colts shared a goalless draw. Cole Mitchell and Adam Cook had excellent games for Rangers.
Arnold Town Blue moved back to the top of U16 Division Two (Saturday) after a resounding second-half performance against East Valley.
Arnold scored twice in the first half then found their shooting boots to win 10-0. Dylan Wallace (3) and Deontay Watson (2) did the damage.
Third-placed Beeston Centurions boosted their chances of honours with a 5-1 result at Bingham Town.
The early stages were evenly contested until Centurions popped in two quick goals to gain a 3-1 advantage at the break.
Both sides created chances but it was Centurions who added to the score with two more goals, Kieren McGinlay with a hat-trick and Reece Punter (2) hit the target.
A goal either side of half-time gave Radcliffe Olympic a 2-1 victory over Southwell City, Jordan Newton and Ethan Ramsey scoring for Olympic, Jordan Barnes replying.
Pegasus Youth Broncos opened up a three-point lead at the top of U15 Division One (Saturday) after a 7-1 win at Southwell City.
Broncos rattled in four first-half goals and added three more after the break. City's man of the match, Charlie Wand, scored a consolation goal.
Hyson Green Cavaliers made a slow start at Carlton FC, but a late goal gave them a 4-3 victory.
Carlton gained an early 2-0 advantage but Cavaliers pulled a goal back before Carlton scored again.
A second Cavaliers goal kept them in the game but Carlton led 3-2 at the break with goals from Asher Graham, Aaron Richards and Tom Sissons. Cavaliers got back on level terms 12 minutes from time and hit the winner in the dying minutes. Im'maan Samuels netted twice, while Amaan Sharif and Gabriel Owusu-Amankwaatia completed the scoring.
Keyworth United Green moved up to fourth after beating Arnold Town Blue 9-1 with hat-tricks from Adam Garton and Joe Palmer.
Rolls Royce Leisure became only the second team to take points off U15 Division Two (Saturday) leaders Carlton Town.
Connor Clifford fired Rolls into the lead which they held until Town's top scorer, Reece Mellor, levelled the scores.
Clifton Aces moved into second place after scoring six without reply against West Bridgford Eagles. Ethan Woodward and Jack Pearson both scored twice. Rieth Dharuai and Josh Pearson got the others.
Gedling Southbank Blue took bragging rights after beating Southbank Red 6-2.
Marcus Thomas opened his account for Toton in style, scoring five times in the 7-1 win at Hucknall Sports White. Kyle Walsh and Aidan Hopper got the others.
Bingham Town recorded their biggest league win of the season with an 11-3 score against Wollaton Hall Green. Euan Sweetin bagged five and Stephan Haviland claimed a hat-trick.