Newark Flowserve celebrated retaining the Sam Arnold Memorial Trophy on Sunday.

Goalkeeper Andrew Dell and Zoe Murr, from the Flowserve social club raised one of the Newark Alliance cups, watched by victorious players.

Rob Wesley struck the only goal of the final against Premier Division leaders RHP, who quickly bounced back by strengthening their bid for the Premier Division title on Tuesday.

RHP thumped Collingham 8-1 as title rivals Newark Town, who had been three points behind the leaders with a game in hand, drew 2-2 at home to Barkestone-le-Vale after trailing by two goals at half-time.

If Town fail to beat Flowserve on Thursday night, RHP will be champions. Otherwise, the title race would go to Sunday when Town and Flowserve clash again, while RHP would lift the crown if they beat Barkestone.

Tom Potts hit a first-half hat-trick for RHP on Tuesday and Danny Purves scored from a free-kick. Chris Self added four in the second period before a Dan Smith consolation for Collingham, whose keeper George Nicholson was praised for making several good saves.