An absorbing Station Road derby could've gone either way, right up until the very last minute, when Collingham's Jackson Buckthorp got the final touch to the ball to steer it past Town keeper Oliver Sinclair.
The leading three teams in the Premier Division kept up the pressure at the top of the league with comprehensive victories.
A first-half hat-trick by Joe Hurst put RHP Reserves in the driving seat in an 8-0 win at Evolution.
Leaders Grove 16 are one victory away from clinching the championship after they continued their unblemished league campaign.
Captain Chris Dobbie is expecting a tough season for Balderton after their arranged overseas player backed out of the deal.
Long-distance runner Adam Holland has had the perfect preparation for Sunday’s London Marathon after twice completing the distance in under 2 hours 30 minutes.
Newark could be home to the only professional boxing couple in the country after a female boxer signed a contract with the Carl Greaves Boxing Academy.
Two goals from the returning Arron Martin gave Newark Town immediate revenge against Tideswell United on Saturday.
Racing driver Jack Harvey spoke of his delight as he secured a place to compete at the Indianapolis 500 next month.
A hat-trick for Tyler Martin helped Newark Flowserve claim a comprehensive 6-2 success over fellow title-contenders RHP Social.
Leaders Grove 16 bounced back from their Willie Hall Cup disappointment to record a resounding 13-0 at home to Fernwood.
The march to the title continued for AFC Farnsfield with a 6-1 win over Castle Barge 95.
Kickboxer Regis Sugden said he was fighting fit and ready to return to the cage as he prepares for his first fight after a 20-month break.
A referee has been selected to officiate at the women’s rugby world cup for a second time.
A third successive loss was sustained by Southwell City as they paid for not creating enough chances against Swanwick Pentrich Road.
The championship is at stake in Newark Hockey Club Ladies 1sts’ winner-takes-all clash with second-placed Manning on Saturday, writes Warwick Lane.