Nine-man Rylands put up a fight but crash out
ASC Ilkeston required extra time to knock out nine-man Beeston Rylands in the NAA Junior Cup second round.
Ben Kastenbauer, Aden Meir and Ian Bowley scored the goals for Ilkeston who eventually ran out 3-1 winners after a spirited performance from Rylands.
Ilkeston now face Jiberah in the last-eight.
Premier Division pace setters Kashmir notched their fourth straight league win, this time at the expense of Santos.
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A strike from Adam Nelson and an own goal gave them a 2-0 success.
Kimberley MW 'A' hammered Nuthall 6-0 with goals from Danny Carter (2), Rhys Beadman (2), John Michalski and John Ngugi, while a John Greaves goal was enough to give Bilborough United all three points as they entertained Fox & Crown.
Gedling Southbank 'A' came from a goal down to thrash FC Samba 5-1.
Reiss Coy (2), Darren Gent, Kraig Payne and Paul Corfield all found the net for Southbank. FC Dynamo and Beeston Rovers shared the spoils, Luke Pickard and Jack Wilkinson scoring in a 1-1 draw.
Carl Wilson (2) and Eddie Draper heaped more misery on bottom side Durham Ox as Netherfield Town won 3-0.
Aspley increased their advantage at the top of Division One as they won and their rivals Crusader were beaten.
Aspley overcame Calverton AFC 5-2 with Richard Wallace and Sean Green both bagging braces.
Crusader fell to their second consecutive league defeat at the hands of Kimberley MW 'B'.
Anthony Withe, Max Wright, Robbie May, William Green and Danny Watch all scored for Kimberley.
It was a tight affair as Ashfield Athletic and Vernon Villa shared the points in a 0-0 draw.
Sean Todd hit a double as Netherfield Albion Reserves defeated Nottingham Albion 'A' 6-3.
The top two came face to face in Division Two as FC Geordie travelled to Trent Bridge.
And it was the visitors who triumphed to leap-frog their rivals into the top spot. Dave Carlin scored a brace and Calum Jayes and Toby Bowman also netted in an impressive 4-0 win.
Liam Watson's brace helped Skegby United to a narrow 3-2 win over Bestwood AFC.
AFTER last week's 4-0 defeat to Ali Islam, Arnold Celtic reversed their fortunes with a 4-2 victory over the same team. Mike Plant, Darren Mills, Andy Turton and Harry Bartlett scored the Arnold goals.
A Shaun Tinsley hat-trick helped West 8 to a 5-2 victory over Forest Green, while Netherfield Seniors made it three wins on the bounce as they beat Boots Athletic Reserves 5-2. Ben Boulter struck twice.
Division Three leaders Crusader Reserves needed a dramatic injury-time winner to claim all three points as they took on Jiberah. The leaders seemed to be cruising after goals from Connor Newman and Jason Fryer.
But the hosts pegged them back through Jake Henson and Tom Alder.
Jiberah lost to an unfortunate own goal from a corner kick.
Second-placed Netherfield Town Pumas continued their fantastic goal-scoring form with a 9-1 away win over Hyson Green Cavaliers 'B'.
Tom Thraves struck a hat-trick, Elijah Santos (2) while Cameron Marsh, Dale Rippey, Nick Fry and Liam Marshall also got on the scoresheet.
Kieran Morledge grabbed a hat-trick as third-placed Highbury hammered Mapperley 7-1 in a dominant performance.
John Davies (3) and Aaron Rogers scored as AFC Bridgford 'A' beat Robin Hood Colts 4-0.