Selston hammer the leaders to move up to fourth spot


Notts Senior League


Selston are up to fourth in the Premier Division after an emphatic 5-0 win at home to then leaders Cotgrave on Saturday.

Damien James struck in the first-half before second-half strikes from Cameron Short, Steven Smith, Dominic Airey and Sean Gregory sealed the victory.

Awsworth Villa fell to their fourth defeat of the season as they lost 2-1 at PMG Cavaliers, Joe Maguire with Villa’s goal.

Underwood Villa are now top of Division One after they won 2-0 at Netherfield Albion thanks to goals from Tremaine Freestone and Tim Berridge.

There were goals galore in Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves’ game at home to Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves as the two sides shared six of them in a 3-3 draw, Josh Lewis with two of Welfare’s efforts.

Awsworth Villa Reserves’ miserable season continued as they were beaten 9-0 at home to Magdala Amateurs.

Division Two action saw Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC make it five wins out of six as they stayed top of the league thanks to a 2-1 win over Watnall Athletic.

Shaw Hutchinson put Kimberley ahead with a shot into the corner of the net after half-an-hour, but Watnall pulled themselves level when keeper Sam Doherty couldn’t hold a shot and Stephen Benbow bundled the ball home.

After Watnall had seen Liam Hutchinson sent off for two yellow cards it was his namesake Shaw who would have the final say, his goal in the 90th minute sealing the win for the hosts.

Underwood Villa Reserves are tenth after Ashley Foster’s goal helped them to a 1-1 draw with Bilborough.