Please forward this error screen to sharedip-kain und abel jeffrey archer pdf. Kimberley MW’s hopes of honours suffered a blow as they went down 6-3 at Basford Utd CFC.
League leaders Basford Utd CFC Gold beat AFC Mansfield 3-1 to stay on course for honours. Luke ward, Kamani Wilson and Kian Mills were Basford’s scorers. James Anstey, Dennis Silberie, Ryan Mills, Joseph Davies, James Corden and Harvey Grice. West Bridgford are now in second place, nine points behind leaders Basford Utd Gold but with four matches in hand. Sandiacre Town took a two-goal lead into the half time interval against Sherwood FC White.
The visitors made a remarkable recovery after the break and went on to win a seven-goal thriller 4-3. Sandiacre’s scorers were Robbie Horsley, Matthew King and Reece Willis. Sherwood’s goals came courtesy of Curtis Clifford, George Stapleton, Rory Pressman and Sheldon Sharp. Bilborough Town moved up to second place thanks to a 1-0 win over league leaders Basford Utd CFC Black. Sam Davies gave West Bridgford Knights a first half lead at Ruddington Colts. The hosts turned the game around after the break as Oisin De Gras Coffey and Matthew Grainger scored to give them all three points. Ruddington are comfortably placed three points behind the league leaders and with three games in hand.
In a close game and despite not playing very well Fernwood Foxes managed to come out on top with a 1, 1 lead by half time. 0 at half time and added two more after the break, wollaton then fared better in the second half and defended well until tired legs got the better and Alfreton went on to score two more goals late on. George Hind and Luca Fraser scored for the home team, lewis Hardy replying for Gedling. In a close fought game, liam Donelan and Lukas Townsend.
A good performance by Southwell City resulted in a much-needed win as they beat Burton Joyce 4-0. Aaron Sisson gave league leaders NG United a 1-0 lead at Teversal who levelled the scored with a Stephen Bright goal in the second half. Mason Barker went nap with five goals for Long Eaton Town at Farndon Colts and George Cook rattled in four. Cian Loughran was the other scorer. Hat-tricks for Tom Batterham and Harvey Grice plus a brace for James Corden and a first goal for the club for Dennis Silberie. West Bridgford took the lead in the 3rd minute when James Corden found the net after good build up, however Basford equalised within a minute after a mix up in the West Bridgford defence. Basford took the lead in the 31st minute but just as before an equaliser came within a minute for West Bridgford from Jack Towers.