Midland Amateur Alliance round-up: AS Plant United move 12 points clear after beating Mansfield Hosiery Mills

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A.S. Plant United moved 12 points clear at the top of the Premier Division after beating Mansfield Hosiery Mills.

Goals from Wes O’Rourke and Jonathan Bullock were enough to wrap up the win and move them further clear.

Southwell City III moved second after Oliver Watson’s hat-trick, coupled with a goal from Adam Allsopp, saw off reigning Champions Old Elizabethans 4-2.

The defeat the struggling champions have won just once this season.

AFC Farnsfield claimed their first victory of the season when goals from Brandon Eley and Jake Boulton went unanswered by Kirkby Athletic, who languish at the foot of the Table.

Division One leaders AFC South Wingfield 93’s eighth straight victory of the season came at the expense of Magdala Amateurs Reserves who went down 4-2.

Chris Evan’s double provided the difference between the two sides with Thomas Moody and Kyle Morton adding to the tally for Wingfield.

Bridon AFC beat Ashfield FC 4-1 with a Nick Spires double and goals from Liam Reeves and Jack Grimwood making up the total before Matthew Martin replied for Ashfield.

Old Elizabethans II defeated Sunnydale 3 – 1 with Kurt Moody netting the Sunnydale consolation goal.

Steelers claimed their first victory of the season when they defeated Southwell City IV 3-0.