An under-par performance by Bingham Town saw them fall short in the all-Notts Senior League Premier Division final of the Notts Intermediate Cup.
A 13-year-old footballer is excited for the future after completing a dream signing for Manchester United.
A hefty 10-0 success helped Grove 16 Reserves move up to second.
A late penalty stop by Michael Hinder earned bottom side Newark Cavaliers a point in a goalless draw at Collingham.
A topsy-turvy match saw Coddington Mill take all three points in their clash with second-placed Newark Flowserve.
Keeper Clint Framp held his nerve in a penalty shoot-out with two vital saves as Sutton-on-Trent claimed the Keith Cartledge Memorial Trophy.
Promotion should be a formality for Newark Flowserve after their facilities were approved for step-six football following an inspection.
Eight goals were netted in the opening 36 minutes as Newark Flowserve and Grove 16 played out a breathless 5-5 draw.
Premier Division leaders Newark Town fought hard to reach the final of the Willie Hall Memorial Trophy after playing for the last half-hour with nine men.
Joint managers Craig Roche and Stephen Kirkham praised their Newark Flowserve side after they wrapped up the Notts Senior League Premier Division title.
Chris Funnell marked Collingham’s return to action after a three-week lay-off with an important hat-trick.
Joint-manager Craig Roche described Flowserve’s performance as one of the best of the season as they bounced back in style from their first defeat the previous week.
League leaders Newark Flowserve suffered their first defeat of the season in the Notts Senior League Premier Division as they came unstuck against a determined Cavaliers side.
Holy Trinity will be looking to pull off a surprise after being drawn against Newark Town in the semi-final of the Willie Hall Cup.