Non-league football: Caterpillar back on top
Caterpillar's visit to Warwick Road changed the picture at both the top and bottom of the Premier Division.
Lee Wileman struck to earn Caterpillar a 1-0 win over Saffron Dynamo. That saw them reclaim top spot, while their hosts slid to bottom.
Wileman's second-half free-kick proved the difference between the sides, enabling Caterpillar to take advantage of a day off for both Rothley Imps and Highfield Rangers, who now sit second and third respectively.
Kirby Muxloe Reserves were unable to make any headway towards the top as they were surprisingly beaten at Cottesmore Amateurs.
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Harry Stannard hit the only goal of the game as Amateurs claimed their first win the season, taking them off the foot of the table and leaving Kirby still in fourth.
After recent goal-laden weekends on the Senior League front, it was a quieter time for attackers in the latest round of top-flight games.
One goal was sufficient for both FC GNG and Sileby Saints to clinch three points.
Gurjeet Surgill hit GNG's winner against Birstall United, while Matt Allard netted the decisive goal for Saints at Desford.
Sileby Town beat Dunton and Broughton Rangers 2-0. Michael Hendey and Tom Marriott both found the net in the first half.
Kirby Muxloe entertain Saffron Dynamo at Ratby Lane this evening (7.30pm).