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WIllie Hall round two took place as clubs in the Newark Alliance battle it out for quarter-final spots in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire WIllie Hall round two took place as clubs in the Newark Alliance battle it out for quarter-final spots in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire





A near tragedy saw the county cup fixture between Collingham Sunday and Eagles Corner called off at half-time after a man collapsed on an adjacent pitch.

The match's referee went over to offer assistance and the match was abandoned due to the air ambulance having to land on the pitch.

Thanks to the quick intervention of an off-duty nurse, and others, the man survived.

Newark Alliance
Newark Alliance

Collingham Sunday has advised that the replay of the match will now be scheduled at a later date.

The other Notts FA Sunday cup fixture saw Fernwood secure a victory after their match against home side Lowdham Taros went to penalties.

Both sides had previously tied up the game at 3-3 before it progressed to shots from the spot.

In the Willie Hall Cup, four games were played in the second round as teams continued to fight for berths in the competition's upcoming quarter-final battles.

Hawtonville made an excellent comeback on the road after being down

2-1 at half-time against Sutton-on-Trent.

They launched a goal-scoring campaign in the second-half that saw them put four on the board and walk off the pitch, worthy 5-2 winners.

Chris Self's RHP also came from behind after trailing against Skillington Beehive 2-1 at half-time.

Skillington were unable to use their home-ground advantage as RHP won 3-2.

Holy Trinity managed a strong 5-0 victory over Newark Town Sunday in their Willie Hall clash.

The biggest win in the cup saw Bottesford Sunday get up as 10-1 winners over AFC Coddington with hat-tricks from Kai Biggs-Finney and Jamie Bottomley.

The Premier Division saw Nobody Inn carve out a nice win against visitors Barkestone le Vale as they won 3-1 at home.

Rafal Kolasa again showed his quality as he put all of the goals on the board for the hosts.

Trent Albion travelled to Holy Trinity Reserves where they got a 2-0 victory for their efforts in the competition's First Division.

Newark Alliance
Newark Alliance

The other First Division game saw Rose and Crown Reserves lose to hosts Laxton Athletic.

The Second Division saw four games played with Farnsfield Villa Stagiaires getting the biggest victory with an 8-1 win over Bramley Apple on the road.

The hosts were unable to contain the stags as Stephen Lester hit a hat-trick in the goal fest.

RHP Reserves welcomed Musketeers to the YMCA before defeating them 6-2.

Both teams doubled their goals after the break as they went into half-time at 3-1.

Fin Young scored a hat-trick for the hosts.

The Duck scrapped a 2-1 win over AFC Closterworth and in the final game, The Three Gables won 6-3 over Bleasby.

Jaden Fell scored a hat-trick for the victors in the Division Two fixture.

A near tragedy saw the county cup fixture between Collingham Sunday and Eagles Corner called off at half-time after a man collapsed on an adjacent pitch.

The match's referee went over to offer assistance and the match was abandoned due to the air ambulance having to land on the pitch.

Thanks to the quick intervention of an off-duty nurse, and others, the man survived.

Collingham Sunday has advised that the replay of the match will now be scheduled at a later date.

The other Notts FA Sunday cup fixture saw Fernwood secure a victory after their match against home side Lowdham Taros went to penalties.

Both sides had previously tied up the game at 3-3 before it progressed to shots from the spot.

In the Willie Hall Cup, four games were played in the second round as teams continued to fight for berths in the competition's upcoming quarter-final battles.

Hawtonville made an excellent comeback on the road after being down

2-1 at half-time against Sutton-on-Trent.

Newark Alliance
Newark Alliance

They launched a goal-scoring campaign in the second-half that saw them put four on the board and walk off the pitch, worthy 5-2 winners.

Chris Self's RHP also came from behind after trailing against Skillington Beehive 2-1 at half-time.

Skillington were unable to use their home-ground advantage as RHP won 3-2.

Holy Trinity managed a strong 5-0 victory over Newark Town Sunday in their Willie Hall clash.

The biggest win in the cup saw Bottesford Sunday get up as 10-1 winners over AFC Coddington with hat-tricks from Kai Biggs-Finney and Jamie Bottomley.

The Premier Division saw Nobody Inn carve out a nice win against visitors Barkestone le Vale as they won 3-1 at home.

Rafal Kolasa again showed his quality as he put all of the goals on the board for the hosts.

Trent Albion travelled to Holy Trinity Reserves where they got a 2-0 victory for their efforts in the competition's First Division.

The other First Division game saw Rose and Crown Reserves lose to hosts Laxton Athletic.

Newark Alliance
Newark Alliance

The Second Division saw four games played with Farnsfield Villa Stagiaires getting the biggest victory with an 8-1 win over Bramley Apple on the road.

The hosts were unable to contain the stags as Stephen Lester hit a hat-trick in the goal fest.

RHP Reserves welcomed Musketeers to the YMCA before defeating them 6-2.

Both teams doubled their goals after the break as they went into half-time at 3-1.

Fin Young scored a hat-trick for the hosts.

The Duck scrapped a 2-1 win over AFC Closterworth and in the final game, The Three Gables won 6-3 over Bleasby.

Jaden Fell scored a hat-trick for the victors in the Division Two fixture.



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