Pat Jepson and Sam Arnold trophies see hot competition in Newark Alliance as teams across Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire strive to win the Sunday Football accolades
The cup end of the season is in full swing for Sunday football as several teams in the Newark Alliance continue to compete in various trophy competitions.
The Pat Jepson Cup saw the quarter-finals take place with all four of the matches proving to be high scoring results.
The biggest win going to Skillington Beehive who won 6-1 against Witham Wanderers at home.
A Daryl Price hat-trick contributed to a 5-0 win for Trent Albion as they proved too strong for Newark Town Sunday's 1st team.
Laxton Athletic secured a four-goal victory against visiting Rose and Crown Reserves in their quarter-final as they won 5-1.
The last match saw an exceptional effort for Bottesford Sunday who came back from being 3-2 down at half-time to defeating a strong Collingham side 7-3 at the final whistle.
The group stages of the Sam Arnold Trophy were contended as Hawtonville defeated RHP 3-1.
The boys in blue were down 1-0 at half-time but managed to come back to win the game in impressive style.
The Duck showed their quality as they contributed four goal scorers in their 4-2 win over Bakestone le Vale in the other Sam Arnold match.
There was also plenty of league action in the Alliance with the only Premier Division game seeing Holy Trinity get over Walesby 2-1 in what was a tight contest.
Two 4-0 results in the First Division saw the lion's share of the goals come in the second period of the game.
Goalless at half-time, the game between hosts Newark Town Sunday and Witham Wanderers ended 4-0 in favour of the home side.
Laxton Athletic welcomed Holy Trinity Reserves and were up 1-0 at half-time before storming home with another three goals in the second-half to win 4-0.
Charlie Copley was the top scorer on the pitch hitting his hat-trick in Skillington Beehive's 6-0 whitewash over Harrowby Salmons.
Rounding out the matches were four games played in Division Two.
RHP Reserves won 7-2 against visiting AFC Coddington with James Martin scoring three.
The Musketeers got up 4-1 over AFC Colsterworth, while Farnsfield Stagiaires won 1-0 against The Three Gables.
The last match in the division saw Newark Town Sunday Reserves pick up a 3-1 victory over hosts Bleasby.