Six on the trot for Selston

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In the Precision NSL Senior Division, Selston are the team in second now, as they extended their winning run to six matches by overcoming Keyworth United 4-1 at home.

A Joe Riley double, one from Jay Cooper, and a Ben Moore penalty won the day.

Bingham Town won their fourth game on the trot, 2-1 at home to Sandhurst.

The game was marred by a nasty tackle by Jamie Charlton of Sandhurst on the hosts’ Rob Hallam after 70 minutes. It left Hallam with a dislocated knee and the match was held up for an hour while he received medical attention.

It also reduced both sides to 10 men - Charlton received his marching orders for the challenge and Dom Page, who scored Bingham’s opening goal, was dismissed after receiving a second yellow card for his actions in the aftermath.

Town were 2-0 up at this point having also scored via a Tom Spencer penalty. Although Sandhurst pulled one back through Kyle Clarkson, Bingham held on for the win.

Ruddington Village continued Kirton Brickworks miserable inaugural season in the Senior Division with a 5-0 victory over their hosts. A Simon Wilkinson hat-trick, added to goals from Tristan Rhodes and Andy Davies, secured the win.

Elsewhere in the Notts FA Intermediate Cup, in another all-NSL tie, Magdala Amateurs overcame FC Samba 4-2, whilst Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves won 3-1 away at Welbeck Welfare of the Central Midlands League.