Bassetlaw Boys win the opener versus Eastwood

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On their first outing of the season, Bassetlaw Boys enjoyed the sunshine, the excellent hospitality of Harworth Colliery FC and a 4-2 victory over Eastwood Boys.

Despite dominating possession from the kick-off the Bassetlaw boys conceded an early goal as they struggled to clear an Eastwood corner, but equalised just before the interval when they forced an own goal.

In the second half they took complete control and turned their possession into goals as Kian Smith (2) and Bradley Charlesworth took the score to 4-1 before Eastwood scored a late consolation effort.

Managers Alan Pressley and Shaun Donnelly were well pleased with the boys first performance and look forward to a promising season as they get to know each other better.

On the domestic scene Carr Hill recovered from their early season mauling by Prospect Hill with a cup success and league victories over Ryton Park and Redlands, when on both occasions Billy Stafford and Henry Millership got onto the scoresheet.

Prospect continued their dominance of Division One when they cruised to a 10-0 success against Ryton Park while on the adjacent pitch Ryton’s girls reversed the score-line against Prospect’s girls.

Gateford Park maintained their 100 per cent record in Division Two when beat Kingston Park 5-2.

Serlby Park and Langold shared the honours and six goals when Thomas Willis (2) and Liam Wright hit the Serlby goals and Kieran Bell, Joshua Constantine and Oliver Randle replied for Langold.

Priory are enjoying their travels to the Retford area and both Thrumpton and Misterton fell to the goalscoring talents of Nathan Calvert and Callum Wright, with Jamie Towell, Jamie Mudd joining in on the act in 7 -1 and 9 -0 victories.

Alistair Spink hit the goals that won the points for Dunham against Leverton but a single goal was not enough as a Jahred Reed brace ensured success for Tuxford.