A resounding 7-0 win at Wollaton secured a last-four place in the Notts Senior League Senior Cup for Flowserve.
The Newark Alliance will have two representatives in the finals of Notts Sunday Cup competitions after victories at the weekend.
Newark Town Football Club celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. Club
historian Francis Towndrow details its formation and early years.
Chairman Gary Clarke said the club would be pulling out all the stops to ensure Newark Flowserve were in position to gain promotion.
Two second-half strikes ensured Newark Flowserve maintained their spectacular winning run at the top of the Notts Senior League Premier Division.
The hunt is on for a new manager for Southwell City after manager Tom Macdonald stepped down from the role.
The lead was surrendered twice by Newark Town as they eventually fell to a heavy loss at home to Thorne Colliery.
A dominant second-half performance helped Newark Town power through to the quarter-finals of the Willie Hall Cup.
A new first team secretary is being sought by Newark Town for next season.
Manager Martin Hallam believes Aslockton & Orston have exceeded expectations in their first season in Central Midlands League South.
A late Ed Hodgson winner sealed the points for Bingham in a closely-fought contest at Southwell.
Two goals for debutants ensured Newark Flowserve overcame a tricky test against Wollaton.
Daryl Price scored the only goal of the game as Newark Flowserve ground out a 1-0 victory against Underwood Villa on Saturday — their 19th successive league win — to maintain a 21-point lead at the top of the Notts Senior League Premier Division.
A resilient second-half performance saw Newark Town come from behind to gain a point in a bottom-of-the-table clash, despite losing their keeper to injury.
In a thrilling finale First Division Holy Trinity cause a minor upset in the Willie Hall Cup second round, winning 4-3 at Premier Division East Bridgford Rangers.
An improved second-half display ensured Newark Flowserve maintained their perfect record in their Notts Senior League Premier Division campaign.
The draw for the quarter-finals stage of the Willie Hall Cup was made on Monday.
Two quick-fire goals at the start of the second-half ensured Flowserve maintained their impressive winning streak.
A convincing 9-0 home victory was achieved by Collingham as their final home game of the year ended in success.
Three players scored hat-tricks as Newark Flowserve registered their 16th consecutive victory in the Notts Senior League Premier Division.