Clay Cross quick off the mark against Keyworth
Clay Cross Town's improving run of form continued at Keyworth United last Saturday with a resounding 4-1 win.
It took the Millers just 30 seconds to get off the mark when Josh Pickering looped his shot over keeper Darren Standage from an acute angle. That lead was then extended on thirty-five minutes when skipper Ryan Ordidge slotted home a penalty.
Just ten minutes into the second half and Keyworth were reduced to ten men when Anton Daniels was dismissed for two yellow cards.
Not hindered by the reduction in men it was the hosts who scored next when Scott Wood fired home from close range.
The game was in the balance then until the very last minute when Nathan Jessop made it 3-1 only to see Ant Lynam score a fine individual effort for number four on the final whistle.
Elsewhere, leaders Selston tasted defeat in the league for the first time since opening day, back in August, on Saturday at home to Sherwood Colliery in a 3-1 score.
Swanwick Pentrich Road put five past Holbrook St Michaels, Hucknall Town beat Mickleover RBL 2-0, Bulwell edged a 2-1 at Linby Colliery, Matlock Town Reserves were held to a 1-1 draw against Blidworth Welfare and Pinxton beat Southwell City 5-1.
Clay Cross entertained Eastwood on Tuesday and are at home this Saturday (March 5) to Linby Colliery. Kick-off 3pm.