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Newark Alliance sees several teams start to take leads in their respective competitions in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

Farnsfield Villa continues to lead the Newark Alliance Premier Division competition.

Several cup games were played with the Sam Arnold and Sunday Senior Challenge Cup both being contested.

Clifton All Whites Amari's Universe side defeated Walesby 2-0 in their Sunday Senior Challenge Cup fixture.

Rose and Crown 1sts
Rose and Crown 1sts

The other Newark Alliance team to feature last weekend in the competition, Holy Trinity also lost as they went down 4-2 to Shire Athletic.

A brace by Sam Ford was not enough for the green and whites to get over the line.

The Sam Arnold Cup saw The Duck put the hurt on Nobody Inn as they ran out 11-1 winners.

Jacob Fenton scored four goals for his side and was the top scorer of the match.

In a replay of the league cup last week RHP again hosted Hawtonville in the other Sam Arnold clash.

RHP won 6-3 in an entertaining game that saw Adam Boddy hit a hat-trick for the home side.

Rose and Crown Reserves are starting to pull away in Division One of the Newark Alliance as they lead the table by seven points.

They came back from 2-0 down at half-time to win 5-3.

The comeback included an Andrew Price hat-trick in the second-half that saw the league leaders take the lead from their opposition.

Skillington Beehive and Trent Albion shared the points after The Yellows travelled to Skillington for the game.

RHP manager and player Chris Self on the pitch.
RHP manager and player Chris Self on the pitch.

The 3-3 score saw Trent Albion equalise in the final minutes.

Visitors Laxton won 5-0 against Witham Wanderers in a strong performance on the road.

In the County Sunday Cup Newark Alliance side Harrowby Salmons firsts were defeated 7-2 by The Wishing Well.

The Newark Alliance Second Division sees RHP creating a comfortable lead at the top with an eight-point cushion over second-placed The Three Gables.

The Musketeers secured a narrow 3-2 win over home side AFC Coddington.

Christopher Wareham continued his team's march for the title as he hit a hat-trick in RHP Reserves' 3-0 victory at AFC Colsterworth.

Bleasby welcomed Sutton-on-Trent to their ground where both teams drew 3-3.

A hat-trick from Michael Cannon captured a point for the home side.

Newark Town Sunday Reserves achieved a win at Farnsfield Villa Stagiaries with a 3-0 display.

Jaden Fell scored four goals for The Three Gables against The Duck Reserves as they won 7-1 at home.

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