ROSSINGTON Main continued their unbeaten start to the season with their seventh win out of seven beating Hemsworth Town 5-2.
Scott Maughan bagged a brace and there was one apiece for Niall Doyle, Nathan Fraser and Sean Nicholls.
Sutton Rovers retained second spot with a 2-0 win over Bramley Sunnyside. Mitchell Wain and Tom Doherty shared out the Rovers’ goals.
Last season’s champions AFC Sportsman Rovers are back on winning ways. Goals by Nathan Lovell (2), Jason Astphall and Aaran Senior secured them a 4-1 victory over Swinton Station Athletic (Louis Hoden).
Hatfield Main dished out a 5-1 beating to visiting Brodsworth Welfare.
Gary Mundy scored twice on his debut in Carcroft Village’s 3-1 win at South Elmsall United. Joe Fisher completed Carcroft’s tally with David Blake replying.
Kinsley Boys romped to a 6-0 win at Edlington Town. Joe Clarke helped himself to a brace with Tom Clarke, Joby Hammond, Joel Edwards and Josh Appleton also chipping in with goals.
Denaby United held on to top spot in Division One after coming out on top in a nine- goal thriller with Sun FC, Ryan Oakley scored four of their goals with Jack Vickers adding a fifth to see them home 5-4, Brad Atherton 2, Richard Kingsbury and Mark Barkham were the men on target for Sun.
A Steven Winder double, and a single strike by from Stuart Gordon helped Ackworth bag a 3-1 home win over Woodlands Rhinos, for whom Joel Smith netted.
Jordan Williams was on target for Askern Athletic as they picked up a point from a 1-1 draw away at Bawtry Town Reserves.
A brace by Emmanual Bockarie an a goal by Wood gave all three points to Highwayman as they overcame ISG Doncaster 3-2.
Marek Szeszol and Robert Lendzioszek on target for ISG.
A Daniel Ferguson strike for Scawthorpe & Bentley Rhinos was not enough as Ben Pearson and Paul Haigh gave Shafton Villa a 2-1 victory.
Paul Cooper and Colin Williamson both notched hat-tricks in Hemsworth MW’s 8-1 win over South Kirkby Town.
Bawtry Town are through to the second round of the Nottinghamshire Intermediate Cup following a 4-2 extra time win over Rainworth MW.