In the East Goscote Plumbers Premier Falcons FC dropped two vital points in the race for the title as they were held to a goalless draw by Sporting Markfield. Goals from Greg Fletcher who hit a double hat trick and one from Andrew Radford gave Belton Villa a 7-4 win away at Kegworth imperial, Dexter Manley, Jake Green, Conor Reynolds and Calvin Hutchinson scoring for Kegworth.
Shepshed Amateurs are the Shedland.co.uk Division One Champions after a 6-5 win away at Sileby Victoria after coming back from being 5-3 down in the second half, George Thomas (2) Matt Griffin, Shane De Hayes and an own goal securing the title for Shepshed, Alan Chater (2), Scott Robinson, Dean Copson and Simon Harper for Sileby. FC Coalville beat FC Polonia 4-1, Billy Read (2), Ashley Farmer and Nic Cosnett for Coalville, Piotr Domka for Polonia. East Leake Robins beat Bottesford FC 2-1, Dan Wilmott and James Rowley for the Robins, Mark Cowling for Bottesford.
In the Sports Advocate Division Two Asfordby Development beat Thringstone MW Reserves 2-1, Charlie Richards and Rhys Hill for Asfordby, Ashley Graham for Thringstone.
Sporting Markfield Reserves are the Windmill Trophies Division Three Champions after wining 2-1 away at Market Bosworth Reserves, Jon Brown and Connor McGahan for Markfield, Luke Belcher for Bosworth. Measham Welfare Reserves lost 1-0 at home to Bottesford FC Reserves, Joe Lee hitting the only goal of the game. Sutton Bonington Reserves beat Thorpe Acre 3-2, Jack Tormey (2) and James Dann for Sutton, Scott Bowtell with both the Thorpe Acre goals. Loughborough United Reserves won 5-1 away at Birstall Old Boys, Chris Stevens (2), Mark Lakin, Dave Newton and Sean Waters for Loughborough, Sam Sturman for Birstall. Quorn Rangers lost 6-4 at home to Woodhouse Imperial Reserves, Josh Adkin (4) and Jon Dixon (2) for Woodhouse, Alex McMullen, Peter Hobbs, Jamie Mackay and Ben Saunders for Quorn.
In the first semi Final of the Blakes Bedrooms Bonser Trophy played on Thursday night, Wymeswold FC Reserves booked their place in the final with a 6-1 win against Sutton Bonington Reserves, Linford Harris (2), Dan Robinson (2), Callum Johnson and an own goal for Wymeswold, Luke Woolley replying from the penalty spot for Sutton.