In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Bilborough Town maintained top spot and their 100% record with a 2-0 win over FC Cavaliers. Ricky Cross added to a first half own goal for the victory.
Newark Flowserve remain in pursuit of Bilborough following a 2-0 win at Underwood Villa with goals from Callum Barnes and Elliott King.
Awsworth Villa are in third, like Bilborough they have a 100% record but have played one game fewer. They were 2-1 winners over Unity. Ryan Whitehurst put Villa ahead in the first half before Unity goalkeeper Curtis McDonald equalised after the break with a long ball that evaded everyone. However, a Shaw Hutchinson penalty sealed the points for Awsworth.
Aston United are making a habit of high scoring close encounters and their match against reigning champions Ruddington Village was no exception as they ran out 3-2 winners. Jason Jude and Shay Wiggins (2) were on target for Aston.
Real United overcame bottom club Beeston 3-0 courtesy of Rhys Beadman, Jourdan Blair and Tony Law.
Wollaton welcomed Nottingham Trent University to the NSL by beating them 3-2, with goals from Jake Fisher (2) and Devan Craven. Connor Bartle and Daniel Griggs replied for NTU.
Basford United Community were 4-2 winners over Clifton All Whites.
On Friday night AFC Dunkirk defeated Bingham Town 4-1 in a match that saw Dunkirk’s goalkeeper get red-carded as well as two Bingham players receive their marching orders. Ady Lang grabbed a hat-trick for Dunkirk on top of an own goal, Tom Spencer scored a penalty for Bingham.
In Division One, leaders Greenwood AFC suffered a 3-0 home reverse against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. Matt Clowes (2) and Kieran Worthington were the Kimberley scorers.
Wollaton Reserves are in second after they won by a similar scoreline at the previously unbeaten Kirton Brickworks. The goals were shared between Ant Fragola, Andrew Gill and Mike Harding.
AFC Bridgford edged past Clifton All Whites Reserves 1-0, Gedling Southbank and United drew 2-2 and, on Friday night, Calverton Miners Welfare beat Netherfield Albion 4-1.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills got the weekend’s action underway in Division Two on Friday night with a 10-0 demolition of Beeston Reserves. Matthew Craven scored four and Ashley Swain a hat-trick in the rout.
On Saturday, Jordan Phillips grabbed a last gasp winner for Ravenshead as they saw off fellow new boys Greyhounders 3-2.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves won by the odd goal in nine at Unity Reserves while Bilsthorpe Reserves and West Bridgford AFC shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw.
by Robin Griffiths
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town have settled well into their new home at Harvey Hadden Stadium. FC Cavaliers are the visitors as Town attempt to maintain their 100% record.
Town (from): Ivanov, Hayes, Battison, D Kane, J Kane, Lee, McMorran, Nicholson, Palmer, Rhodes, Street, Cross, Stewart, Taylor
Cavs (from): Babikker, Beraki, Blades, Danylyszyn, Francis, John, McGarry, Richards, Samuels, Sibanda, Woolley, Beejer, Chitulu
Newark Flowserve have started their second season in the top flight brightly. They visit Bracken Park to take on the team promoted with them in 2015, Underwood Villa.
Villa (from): Arnold, Black, Dainty, Foster, Hunt, Lawson, Mann, Petrovics, Shipley, Taylor, Wilson, Askew, Hudson, Tring
Newark (from): Allen, Ashley, Dell, Grundy, Hage, Kirkham, Labbate, Lambert, Potts, Price, Zboch, Alama, Labbate, Perkins
Real United are hoping that Anthony Gregory and Ricky Sheavills will be back for their home game against Beeston at the Inspire Stadium. Tiago Garcia picked up a thigh injury against Aston United but should be okay.
Real (from): Banton, Beadman, Bedward, Blair, Burton, Creswell, Douglas, Elliott, Garcia, Gregory, Hart, Holvey, Horton, Law, Morgan, Pevier, Robinson, Sheavills
Beeston (from): Agana, Ali, Brown, Cowlishaw, Harrison, Hill, Hodges, Hutchinson, Lucas, O’Brien, Rees, Jackson, Knapczyk, Payne
Wollaton scored three late goals to overcome Basford United Community in midweek. They travel to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre to take on another of the league’s newcomers, Nottingham Trent University.
NTU (from): Barr-Rostron, Bartle, Busch, Coates, Cox, Daly, Griggs, Hartley, Hayes, Mordecai, Munro, Payling, Reid, Sprouse
Wollaton (from): Heltort, Krause, Liburd, Branston, Barber, Knight, S Craven, D Craven, Rothwell, Fisher, Towle, James, Kelly, Simpson, Nutt
There’s Friday night football in Division One as Calverton Miners Welfare host Netherfield Albion at Hollinwood Lane.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Davis, Limb, Wheelhouse, Smith, Harris, Humphries, Scrivens, Bennett, Hodson, Buckle, Moss, Easom, Brett, Williamson
Albion (from): Charlton, Dutton, Dyer, Fowler, Goffe, Hallam, Hatton, Jones, Leivers, Mihai, Robinson, Mahmood, Martin
Kirton Brickworks have won two from two so far. On Saturday they welcome Wollaton Reserves to Station Road.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Birch, Chamberlain, Darch, Hall, Keeley, Norman, O’Rourke, Spencer, Wareham, Watson, Kitchen, Ricketts, Thompson
Wollaton (from): Stanhope, Khachatour, O Reeves, Fawcett, A Reeves, Draycott, D Labbate, Chambers, Sharpe, Markowski, Fragola, Gill, Turner, Clifford, Smithson
There’s also Friday football in Division Two as Beeston Reserves visit Mansfield Hosiery Mills.
Mansfield (from): Aspinall, Bennett, Brown, Craven, Darrington, Derbyshire, Dixon, Eley, Garside, Griffiths, Hill, Hunt, Lomas, Medley, New, Sheridan, Swain, Taylor, Turner, Ward
Beeston (from): Bennett, Bonyai, Drew, Harman, Hill, Moscatelli, O’Brien, Pfaff, Semenytsh, Teixeira, West, Agana, Naylor, Webster
Both Ravenshead and Greyhounders didn’t get off to the starts that they wanted last week, both losing heavily. They meet on Saturday at the Ravenshead Leisure Centre with the home side still missing a number of key players.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Martin, Harkin, Williams, Goodson, Smith, Yates, Hardwick, D Phillips, J Phillips, Houghton, Liriano, Simons, Hubbard, Foster, Creer-Thornton, Lambert
Greyhounders (from): Aylward, Cole, Hardy, Harewood, Leighton, B Maule, C Maule, Robinson, Smith, Stripling, Wakefield, Johnson, Repper, Robertson
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Awsworth Villa and Bilborough Town are the early pacesetters.
Villa made it three wins from three as they overcame Basford United Community 6-3. Luke Hodgman grabbed another brace alongside efforts from Matt Goodwin, Ryan Whitehurst, Josh Niblett and an own goal. James Allen, Roger Lee and Jheryl Pickbourn replied for Basford.
Bilborough got their third win, 3-0 at home to Bingham Town. Tommy Street, Jack Nicholson and Jake Kane the scorers.
Newark Flowserve dropped their first point of the campaign in a 2-2 draw at FC Cavaliers. Elliott King got both of Newark’s goals, Callum McGarry with both for Cavs.
Real United also dropped their first points of the season as Aston United edged them out 3-2. Jourdan Blair had put Real United ahead but second half goals from Ollie Ball, Paul Ireson and Liam McCormack sealed the win. Substitute Brent Horton was also on target for Real.
Sandiacre Town came from behind to beat Attenborough 4-2. Zakk Hilton and Jack Warner had put Boro ahead but Gavin Spencer (2), Mark Raisin and Joseph Turner hit back for Sandiacre.
Magdala Amateurs bounced back from a heavy midweek defeat to beat Beeston 4-0 with all the goals, from Neil Morgan, Dan Barton, James Beaven and Simon Labbate, coming in the second half.
Underwood Villa and Unity both notched their second point of the season as they shared the spoils with a 3-3 draw. Jamie Hudson (2) and Joshua Hunt scored for Villa.
In Division One, despite having a player sent off within two minutes, Greenwood Meadows AFC maintained their 100% record with a 2-1 win at Southwell City Reserves.
Kirton Brickworks are the other team with a 100% record having won 4-1 at home to Ashland Rovers. Wes O’Rourke (2), Ryan Keeley and Arron Darch netted for The Brickies, Richard Guest for Rovers.
Gedling Southbank and Ruddington Village Reserves shared the points with a 1-1 draw. Josh Cranny hit a second half equaliser for Southbank.
AFC Bridgford and Calverton Miners Welfare played out a 0-0 draw, as did Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Wollaton Reserves.
Birchover Park were 3-1 winners over Keyworth United Reserves.
In Division Two, Dom Williams struck five times for Aslockton Cranmers in their 8-3 victory over Beeston Reserves. Bingham Town Reserves were 6-1 winners over Unity Reserves, Team DNF opened their NSL account with a 5-1 win over another newcomer in the shape of Greyhounders.
Selston Reserves won 4-0 away at Ravenshead while Bilsthorpe Reserves saw off Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 4-1.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Real United are the early pacesetters. They travel to the New Manor Ground to face Aston United who will be without Adam Martin through injury, Jak Kenworthy and Adam Jackson are also doubts. They should welcome back Mitchell Robinson, James Buck, Jordan Sanders and Kyle Crofts however.
Real (from): Banton, Beadman, Bedward, Blair, Burton, Creswell, Douglas, Elliott, Garcia, Gregory, Hart, Holvey, Horton, Law, Morgan, Pevier, Robinson, Sheavills
Aston (from): Ball, Beardsley, Beldham, Bowles, Brown, Buck, Camm, Cheatle, Crofts, Green, Ireson, Jackson, Jude, Marriott, McCormack, Robinson, Sanders, Slater, Upton, Whalin, Wiggins
Newark Flowserve will attempt to maintain their 100% record as they travel to the Forest Recreation Ground to play FC Cavaliers. Michael Allen will be missing for Newark after injuring his eye in their win over Bingham in midweek.
Cavs (from): Amponsem, Babikker, Beraki, Blades, Danylyszyn, Griffith, John, Richards, Samuels, Sibanda, Woolley, Faulkner, Maqsood, Beejer, Chitulu, Shaw
Newark (from): Alama, Dell, Grant, Hage, King, Kirkham, Labbate, Potts, Price, Zboch, Ashley, Lambert, Wood
Bilborough Town are another team with two wins from two and will look to extend that run as they welcome Bingham Town to the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Bilborough will be without Tarik Nadif and Lyam Webster but welcome back Tommy Street and Ricky Cross after they missed Tuesday’s win over Aston.
Bilborough (from): Ivanov, Williams, Battison, Lee, Hayes, D Kane, A Webster, J Kane, McMorran, Rhodes, Street, Palmer, Cross, Stewart, Taylor, Nicholson, Law
Bingham (from): Archer, Bradford, Carpenter, Green, Hatton, Highland, Morley, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Tucker, Turton, Abel, Cox, Gregory, Buckberry
After winning their opening NSL fixture Sandiacre Town lost to Wollaton in midweek. They now welcome Attenborough to St Giles Park. Mark Raisin is a doubt after picking up an injury on the first weekend but Sam Dilks is back from holiday and available.
Sandiacre (from): Metcalf, A Spencer, Monk, Sayles, Harries, G Spencer, Wilkinson, Knowles, Turner, Bagguley, Room, Roome, Hill, Firth, Fogg, Green, Dilks, Comery, Obodovs, Raisin
Boro (from): Clark, Fryer, Hilton, Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Ruck, Smith, Soal, Warner, Winfield, Hazzledine, Maher, Merritt
Unity haven’t managed to recapture their form of last season yet, having only picked up one point from a possible six so far. They travel to Bracken Park to take on Underwood Villa.
Villa (from): Arnold, Buxton, Dainty, Greaves, Hudson, Lawson, Mann, Petrovics, Shipley, Taylor, Wilber, Askew, Gascoyne, Gregory
Unity (from): Wigley, Scott, Evans, Robinson, Walton, Hodgson, Hall, Stimson, Croft, Halford, Golding, Gordon, Gee, Msungama, Darling
In Division One, after a big win on opening day Kirton Brickworks welcome Ashland Rovers to Station Road. Mitch Hall misses out for The Brickies through injury but Scott Ricketts and George Eves come into the squad. Rovers have a number of absentees including manager Joe Kearney. Harbor and Sherratt are also doubts.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Birch, Chamberlain, Darch, Fuller, D Hall, Keeley, Norman, O’Rourke, Wareham, Watson, Bonsall, Thompson, Ricketts, Eves
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coupe, Guest, Hall, Harbor, Jackson, Martin, Moss, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Ruddington Village Reserves make the trip to Hollinwood Lane to play Gedling Southbank.
GSB (from): Broomfield, Cockayne, Coy, Cranny, Fox-Smith, Hammond, Johnsey, Needham, Pickard, Soar, Woodford, Grey, Matthew, Thomas
Rudd (from): Farnsworth, Fryer, Chambers, Squires, Turner, Hillyard, S Dunstan, Cochrane-Smith,
Burke-Campbell, Richardson, N Dunstan, Hawkins, McIndoe, Bates, Johnson, Price-Henson, Lee, Phillips, Pearce
Calverton Miners Welfare will attempt to bounce back from an opening day defeat when they travel to Gresham Playing Fields to face AFC Bridgford.
Bridgford (from): Bass, Carmichael, Eley, Hall, Henson, Kirk, Lawson, Musk, Sidhu, Starmer, Teer, Green, Matthews, Williams, Joseph
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Davis, Limb, Wheelhouse, Smith, Bradwell, Humphries, Scrivens, Bennett, Hodson, France, Moss, Easom, Kirkham, Thraves, Williamson
There’s Friday night football in Division Two as Mansfield Hosiery Mills make their NSL bow by hosting Underwood Villa Reserves.
Mansfield (from): Bennett, Bowles, Brooks, Craven, Derbysire, Dixon, Dobson, Garside, Lomas, J New, M New, Turner, Ward
Villa (from): N Askew, D Askew, L Askew, Else, Cooke, Black, Bartle, Charlton, Smith, Ball, Gregory, Beer, Gascoyne, Wilburn, Dainty
On Saturday another team make their debut in the NSL as Ravenshead welcome Selston Reserves to the Ravenshead Leisure Centre. The hosts have a number of absentees through holiday and injury and are forced to name both joint managers in their squad.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Martin, Stafford, Disley, Marshall, Harkin, P Smith, Williams, Houghton, Vaughan, Yates, Liriano, Foster, Lambert, Bovey, N Smith, Hardwick
Selston (from): Basdell, Booth, Bromyard, Chapman, A Clarke, B Clarke, Foki, Griffiths, Hassell, Hempsall, Holland, James, Machn, Melbourne, Minchin, Radzynski, Toon, Widdowson, Wood
Newly formed Aslockton Cranmers senior team, comprising players brought through from their under 16s as well as returning former youth team members, entertain Beeston Reserves at Spa Lane.
Aslockton (from): Abbott, P Hallam, Campbell, Warner, Spitzmuller, Winn, Bedborough, Breedon, James, Devivo, Hackett, Aram, Bartello, J Hallam, Williams, Daws, Chalke
Beeston (from): Abdy, Agana, Ali, Bains, Bennett, Bonyai, Brown, Cowlishaw, Cox, Duffy, Harman, Harrison, Hill, Hodges, Holmes, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jones, Knapczyk, Kong, Leverton, Limb
With the first team having been promoted to the East Midlands Counties League, West Bridgford have formed a second team that will compete in NSL Division Two. They travel to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre to face Team DNF.
DNF (from): Asuman, Beech, Bosworth, Brown, Clements, Frame, Gray, Harris, Heines, Lawson, Mason, Postgate, Rainford, Roulstone, Sewell, Tuitt, West, Whelan, Williams
West Bridgford (from): Woodburn, Cox, Cook, Johnson, Hardy, Brittan Taylor, Poole, S Cragg, O Cragg, Porter, Burdett, Gray, Rowe, Britten, Nsaku
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League kicked off its 12th season on Saturday. In the Premier Division last season’s Senior Cup winners, Awsworth Villa, were the biggest winners despite going behind after only 18 seconds at home to Cotgrave when Jordan Hopkinson netted.
Cotgrave held the lead until half time but it was a different story after the break as Ryan Whitehurst grabbed a hat-trick, Luke Hodgman scored a brace on his Villa debut and John Whitehurst rounded out the 6-1 win.
Sandiacre Town made their NSL bow and did so in fine style at home to Beeston. Chris Monk put the hosts ahead early in the match and Gavin Spencer doubled the advantage soon into the second half. Late on, Beeston’s Gaz Willows looped a header over his own keeper before Chris Sayles put the gloss on the 4-0 victory.
Newly promoted Magdala Amateurs won their first game back in the top flight, 4-2 at home to Attenborough, even though they went one down within five minutes when Nick Knight scored for the visitors. Gareth Bentley (2), Andrew Gould and James Beavan were the Budgies scorers, Adam Barber with Boro’s second.
A brace from Michael Allen and one from Daryl Price gave Newark Flowserve a 3-1 win over a new look Wollaton side. Sam Rothwell netted for Wollo.
Bilborough Town moved into their new home at the Harvey Hadden Stadium and opened with 2-0 win over new NSL team Basford United Community. Ricky Law was the creator for both goals, one for Jack Nicholson and one for Craig McMorran.
Another of the league’s new teams, Aston United fared better when they came back from a 2-0 half-time deficit to win 3-2 at Clifton All Whites. Connor Hardy and David Hawkes put the hosts ahead midway through the first period. Shortly after the restart Mark Green volleyed Aston back into the game then Ollie Ball headed the equaliser from a corner. With 15 minutes remaining another header from a corner, this time by Mitchell Robinson, sealed the points for Aston.
The three other Premier Division games all ended 1-1: Bingham Town v Unity, Real United v FC Cavaliers and Underwood Villa v AFC Dunkirk.
In Division One, Kirton Brickworks made a good start on putting last season’s difficult campaign behind them with a 6-2 win at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves. Arron Darch (2), Daniel Hall, Aaron Norman, Nathan Watson and substitute Thomas Thompson were the scorers, Matt Clowes and Corey Wilson replied for Kimberley.
James Needham was the four goal hero for Gedling Southbank as they won 5-2 at home to Wollaton Reserves. Luke Pickard added the fifth with Mark Draycott and Ant Fragola scoring for the visitors.
Two of the newly promoted sides faced each other with Awsworth Villa Reserves, last season’s Division Two champions, prevailing 4-1 at Keyworth United Reserves. Another promoted side, Watnall Athletic, have become Greenwood Meadows AFC during the off-season and they won 2-1 at home to Calverton Miners Welfare.
AFC Bridgford have joined the NSL this season and began life in their new league with a 3-1 win over Bilborough United. Southwell City Reserves won 2-0 at the newly renamed Birchover Park (formerly Aspley Park) and Ashland Rovers beat Ruddington Village Reserves 1-0.
Clifton All Whites Reserves and Netherfield Albion shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw.
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League returns this weekend and it is bigger and better than ever as, for the first time in the league’s 11-year history, the Premier Division will contain 20 teams.
Sandiacre Town have joined the league having finished as runners-up in the Midlands Regional Alliance last season. Sandiacre have added Chris Sayles and Rory Green to the squad and managers Paul Taylor and Steve Cant are looking forward to the challenge of the NSL as they open by entertaining Beeston at St Giles Park. The visitors have a new management team of Gareth Rees and Craig Jones.
Sandiacre (from): Metcalf, A Spencer, Monk, Sayles, Harries, G Spencer, Wilkinson, Knowles, Turner, Bagguley, Room, Roome, Raisin, Hill, Firth, Fogg, Green, Dilks, Comery, Obodovs
Beeston (from): Brown, D Knapczyk, Walton, Cowlishaw, Peters, Jones, Hodges, Tasker, Agana, Harrison, Roberts, E Knapczyk, Turner, Jackson, Ali, Harmon, O’Brien, Polkey, Bains
Another club with a new manager is Wollaton, who will be trying to repeat their double winning heroics of 2014/15 under the guidance of Ben Moore. The squad has seen wholesale changes from last year ahead of their trip to Hawton Lane to face Newark Flowserve.
Newark (from): Alama, Allen, Ashley, Barnes, Coxon, Dell, Grant, Hage, Hurst, King, Kirkham, Labbate, Laird, Lambert, Love, Pashley, Perkins, Potts, Price, Wood, Zboch
Wollaton (from): Simpson, Knight, Barber, Fisher, Liburd, Rothwell, Krause, S Craven, D Craven, Branston, Lambert, Chadwick, James, Heltrop, Nutt
After several years’ work behind the scenes Bilborough Town ‘come home’ as they move to the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Basford United Community, another of the league’s new clubs, are the visitors and will be hoping to put an end to Bilborough’s fine form throughout pre-season.
Bilborough (from): Ivanov, Battison, Lee, Caoduro, Jackson, D Kane, Hayes, Nadif, A Webster, J Kane, Street, McMorran
Basford (from): J Allen, R Allen, Altaf, Amoah, Camatome, Cameron, Campbell, Ceesay, Chiwanga, Crossman, Darke, Duffy, Gambanga, Grainger, Harrison, Ismae, Jackson-Burchall, Kavanagh
In addition to Sandiacre, the winners of last season’s MRA, Aston United, have joined the league. They open their NSL campaign with a trip to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to play Clifton All Whites.
Clifton (from): Cole, Anderson, Brown, Coutts, Gatough, Gill, Griggs, Hardy, Haughton, Hawkes, Hawkins, Hodgson, Humphreys, Kelly, Langsdale, Mater, Meakin, Newton, O’Rafferty, Peel
Aston (from): Beardsley, Beldham, Brooks, Brown, Buck, Camm, Cheatle, Crofts, Green, Ireson, Isaac, Jude, Marriott, A Martin, R Martin, McCormack, Prance, Robinson, Scard, Slater
Magdala Amateurs were promoted having finished third in Division One last term. They will want to carry forward the momentum from earlier this year as they welcome Attenborough to Roko. Boro have changed management on the eve of the season with Paul Warner now in charge of team affairs.
Magdala (from): Bennett, Bentley, Coffey, Francis, Gould, Groves, Gubbins, Harrington, Hayes, Heath, Kearns, Labbate, Lord, Lucas, Manion, McNeill, Morgan, Murdock
Boro (from): Clark, Fryer, Hazledine, Hobson, Kinnerley, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Merritt, Mrvik, Ruck, Smith, Soal, Spawton, Stant, Walker, Warner, Watts, Winfield
Winners of last season’s Senior Cup, Awsworth Villa, have retained all of their players from las season and begin by hosting Cotgrave at The Shilo.
Awsworth (from): Brooks, Doherty, Federici, Goodwin, Hodgman, Hutchinson, King, Michalski, Morgan, Newell, Pakrouz, Palmer, Saunders, Shaw, Smith, Staley, Stevenson, Tonra, Vickers
Cotgrave (from): Allison, Bacon, Brumpton, Clements, Forman, Gamble, Garton, Gray, Heard, J Hopkinson, L Hopkinson, Jayes, Lynn, Marshall, McLean, Mills, Potts, Royston, Smith, Thorpe
In other fixtures, Real United welcome FC Cavaliers to the Inspire Stadium, Underwood Villa host AFC Dunkirk at Bracken Park and Unity travel to Butt Field to take on Bingham Town.
In Division One, last season’s runners-up, Ruddington Village Reserves, travel to face Ashland Rovers. The hosts, who will be playing August’s home games as Rainworth Miners Welfare, are without Daniel Bircumshaw, Alex England, Ben Goss and Paul Revuelta for the clash.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coleman, Guest, Hall, Harbor, Jackson, Martin, Mellor, Mercer, Moss, Philpott, A Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, L Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Rudd (from): Farnsworth, Fryer, Chambers, Squires, Turner, Hillyard, S Dunstan, Cochrane-Smith, Burke-Campbell, Richardson, N Dunstan, Hawkins, McIndoe, Bates, Johnson, Price-Henson, Lee, Phillips, Pearce
In Division Two, two of the league’s new teams face off at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre as Team DNF entertain Ravenshead, formerly of the Midland Amateur Alliance.
DNF (from): Asuman, Beech, Clements, Frame, Gray, Harris, Heines, Lawson, Mason, Postgate, Rainford, Roulstone, Sewell, Tuitt, West, Whelan
Ravenshead (from): Creer-Thornton, Foster, Goodson, Hardwick, Harkin, Lambert, Liriano, Marks, A Martin, B Martin, Phillips, Pinner, Ryan, Simons, N Smith, P Smith, Vaughan, Williams, Yates
by Robin Griffiths