Asfordby Development moved to the top of the Coalville Trophies Premiership with a 5-3 win away at Thringstone MW, which was Thringstones first league defeat of the season, Matt Pond (2), Tim Atherley, Luke Howitt and Adam Lauchlan for Asfordby, Dave Leigh (2) and James Hemsley for the Miners. Morning leaders Falcons FC also lost their first league game of the season going down 3-1 away at Mountsorrel Amateurs, Ollie Freckingham, Liam Kinch and Lewis Auston for the Ammies, Ryan Rage for the Falcons. Loughborough United won 5-3 away at Belton Villa, Chris Biddles (2), Tom James (2) and Josh Barr for Loughborough, Steve Marshall (2) and Brady Perkins for Belton. East Leake Robins beat FC Coalville 5-3, Mason Ball (2), Craig Tebbs (2) and Dan Starbuck for the Robins, James Barkby, Neil Cooper and Phil Dunning for Coalville. A hat trick from Ash Murray gave Woodhouse Imperial a 3-2 win at home against Measham Welfare, Nathan Moore and Luke Bodell for Measham. Kegworth Imperial were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Shepshed Amateurs, Connor Bennett for Kegworth, George Thomas for Shepshed.

shedland.co.uk Championship leaders Quorn Rangers won 6-3 away at Birstall Old Boys, Ryan Peacock (4) and Callum Hollis (2) for Quorn, Lewis Smith (2) and Ryan Hurst for Birstall. Bottesford FC Reserves won 3-1 away at Newbold Verdon Reserves, Phil Boyes, Jamie Kightley and Josh White for Bottesford. Shepshed Amateurs Reserves are up to third after a 5-2 win at home to Thringstone MW Reserves, Duane Earp hitting a hat trick with Sam Martindale and Miki Scoutas making up the five for Shepshed, Andrew Preston with both the Miners goals. Greenhill YC FC ‘A’ beat Woodhouse Imperial Reserves 6-1, Alan Deacon (2), Ethan Neeson (2), Callum Neeson and Ajay Wileman for Greenhill, Lee Tebbutt for Woodhouse. Loughborough United Reserves beat Sutton Bonington Reserves 2-1, Allan Blackey and Jack Ball for Loughborough, Patrick Hood for Sutton. Mountsorrel FC drew 1-1 with Sporting Markfield Reserves, Harry Thorne for Mountsorrel, Dom Phillips for Markfield.

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