Only two clubs are left without a win this season, one in the North Division and one in the South Division.
Calverton Miners Welfare broke their ‘duck’ at the expense of another club without a win, Kimberley Town, in the battle between the bottom two clubs, in the Black Dragon South Division; Calverton ran out winners 5-2.
Robert Needham, Mathew Goodwin, Raj Saini and a brace by Daniel Hogg scored the Calverton goals.
Leon Aikiman and Shoki Mihurs replied for Kimberley.
A disappointing performance by ‘The Stags’, after their creditable performance at South Normanton last Saturday, in the cup.
With South Normanton being without a game it gave an opportunity for the chasing clubs to make up some ground and three out of the next four clubs did that, by gaining maximum points.
Second placed Sutton Town AFC won at Belper United 2-1.
The home team certainly extended their Nottinghamshire visitors and it was against the run off play that Sutton opened the scoring in the fourteenth minute and although they certainly came into the game more after their goal, to be 2-0 up at half time flattered the visitors.
Belper who had a player dismissed just before the interval, gave as good as they got in the second half and pulled a goal back but Sutton held on to take the points.
Nathan Hollingsworth and new signing Craig Buchanan scored the Sutton goals.
Kyle Wadsworth replied for Belper United.
Third placed Newark Town destroyed Nottinghamshire Police at Collingham.
The home side with goals by Zico Grinion, who hit a hat trick, Ben Porter weighed in with a brace and both Dominic Swingler and Ian Hillier also scored, as the home team ran out convincing winners 7-0.
The only club to drop points where fourth placed Pinxton, according to a report they were fortunate to draw 2-2 at home, against Bilborough Pelican.
The home team who led 2-1 at half time, scored through Jay Cooper and Gregg Marriott.
Ian Foss and Grant Walton the Bilborough Pelican marksmen.
Fifth placed Basford United won 2-1 at Real United.
The visitors scored both their goals in the first half, both being scored by Tian Walton.
Kieran Waylin pulled a goal back for Real United after the interval, but it was the away team who were the happier at full time.
A good day for Southwell City they gained a 5-0 home win against Nottuingham United.
Robbie Mawer led the way scoring twice, Graham Epps, Jason Westwood, and Sam Betts adding the other goals.