In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division second placed Ruddington Village welcome Wollaton to Elms Park. Rudd’s league form deserted them last week as they lost in the Senior Cup to Newark Flowserve. Wollaton will be without without Lorcan Hickey, Adam Campbell and Tom Lambert for the trip.
Ruddington (from): Benwell, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Heap, M Hudson, Hudson, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McGlaughlin, Moore, Newbold, Rhodes, Rimington, Winch, Hopkinson
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Stockley, Cheatle, McKeever, A Mitchell, Millenstead, Stark, Alls, Day, Rawson, Middleton, Hunter, Smedley, Westcarr
Bingham Town have had a stuttering start to the season. They travel to the Inspire Stadium to face Real United who are up to third after going five games unbeaten.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Nicholson, Cox, Archer, Spencer, Snelgrove, Carpenter, Gamble, Hodgson, Brown, Morley, Bramwell, Sentence
Following a testing few games, having faced last season’s champions and runners up in the last two weeks, Awsworth Villa welcome back a number of players for the visit of Newark Flowserve to The Shilo. Staley, Jones, Walsh, Smith, Tonra, Withe and Captain Liam Hutchinson all take their place in the squad.
Villa (from): M Walsh, Michalski, Jones, Smith, Ferguson, Staley, Johnson, Withe, Goodwin, Tonra, S Hutchinson, Meakin, L Hutchinson, I Whitehurst, Greenhalgh, Morris, D Walsh, R Whitehurst
Cotgrave visit The Polars to take on Burton Joyce. Cotgrave are in the habit of drawing their games at the moment, including taking Real United to extra time and penalties in the Senior Cup last weekend.
Cotgrave (from): Adam Heard, Eddie Draper, Daniel Smith, Sam Prince, Graham Lynn ( c ), Mark Holvey, Marek Vipond, Jimmie Whitehead, Adam Gray, Chris Jayes, Jordan Cumberland, Lewis Dobbins, Adam Sinnot and Richard Wells
In Division One, Netherfield Albion make the trip to face Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and have a full squad available. James Leivers, Ryan Fowler, Chris Kemp, Dan Huskinson and Ash Batchford are all available again after missing the Radcliffe defeat.
Albion (from): Jones, Cross, Walker, Muirhead, Grey, Batchford, Fowler, Huskinson, T Smeed, C Smeed, Kemp, Thorpe, Sylla, Bowen, Clayton, Leivers, Geeson, Kieran Johnson, Kirk Johnson, Collymore
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton include new signing Ryan Watkinson as they take on Bilborough United Reserves at Basil Russell Park. Although they lost in the cup last weekend Clifton are on a six game winning run in the league, which included a 9-1 victory over this weekend’s opponents.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman-Court, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, C Wray, J Wray, Elvidge, Kavanagh, Boulton, Sheffield, Bell
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Unity host Underwood Villa at the NTU Clifton Campus and welcome back several players from injury, including Omar Copeland and Shakeill Burrows. New signing Kieron Miles is introduced whilst James Burke is now nursing a hamstring injury. The new management trio of Adhi Scott, Winnie Blackwood and Steve Clifford are looking to continue their 100% record in their third game in charge.
Team from: Elliott, Dobie, Tomlinson, L Reid, Ventrella, Copeland, Leader, Cross, Fyfe, Scott, Miles, Robinson, Croft, Seaton, S Reid, Burrows, Barratt, Towlson, Campbell, Jolley, Msungama, Barracks, Banton
The NSL Senior Cup gets underway with holders Wollaton beginning their defence of the trophy by welcoming first division Magdala Amateurs to the WSA.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Hunter, Doyle, McKeever, Cheatle, Smedley, Brady, A Mitchell, Rawson Alls, Day, Millenstead, Stockley, Hickey, Atkins, Campbell
Bingham Town include new signing Corbi Brown in their squad for their tie against last season’s beaten finalists West Bridgford at Butt Field. Brown scored on his debut last week against Sandhurst.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Cox, Nicholson, Carpenter, Snelgrove, Gamble, Spencer, Archer, Hodgson, Brown, Bramwell, Sentance, Morley
In an all-Premier Division tie Ruddington Village travel to Hawton Lane to face Newark Flowserve. The two teams are enjoying contrasting fortunes so far this season with Flowserve second bottom in the division whereas their visitors are second top.
Ruddington (from): Edge, Benwell, McMullen, Leslie, Davies, Carver, Heep, McGlaughlin, Rimington, Marcus Hudson, Newbold, Johnson, Cocks, Sissons, Marvin Hudson, Moore
In another all-top flight affair Cotgrave welcome AFC Dunkirk to Woodview. The hosts have drawn their last three matches; a run that won’t be extended as there must be a winner on the day in the NSL Senior Cup.
Cotgrave (from): Heard, Draper, Smith, Prince, Lynn, Holvey, Vipond, Mills, Potts, Jayes, Whitehead, Gray, Thorpe, Cumberland
FC Cavaliers are looking to the more experienced players in their squad to provide the balance they need to build on last week’s victory over Burton Joyce as they travel to the Hetley Pearson Rec to take on Beeston.
Cavs (from): Adeleye, Babikker, Beraki, Blades, Danylyszyn, Murray, Faulkner, Frow, John, Onwughalu, Samuels, Simpson, Taylor, Tomusange, Sabanda
Premier Division Bilborough Town welcome Gedling Southbank from the division below to Eagle Valley. Lyam Webster and Ricky Law are absent for Town but Nick Ivanov and Corey Croft should make the squad after picking up knocks last week. Also returning are Ian Jackson, Ross Swallow and Leigh Copeland.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Cooper, Jackson, Battison, D Kane, J Kane, Roome, Palmer, Croft, Swallow, McMorran, Copeland, Minors, Wheat
First Division Nottinghamshire welcome Tyrone Cairns and John Harrison back from injury as they host Watnall Athletic, from the division below, at Grassington Road.
Notts (from): Harvey, Atkinson, Hope, Groves, Evans, Gibbons, Lindo, Wood, Margeson, Betts, Brittan, Mitchell, Newbold, Cairns, Harrison
Division Two leaders AFC Clifton visit Station Road to face Kirton Brickworks from Division One. Clifton are on a run of six straight victories whereas The Brickies have lost their last three matches.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Bell, Kerry, C Wray, J Wray, Sheffield, Boulton, Kavanaugh, Elvidge, Nolan
In Division Two, Nottinghamshire Reserves welcome Bilborough Town Reserves to Grassington Road. New signings Harry Walton, James Darrington and Oliver Seagrave are all hoping to be involved for Notts, as is returning player Jack Hanson.
Notts (from): Walton, James Darrington, Seagrave, Hanson, Newham, Bilgan, Durkin, Newbury, J Cannon, R Cannon, Nangle, Jack Darrington, Preston, Hodgkinson, Meakin
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division West Bridgford consolidated first place with their third win on the trot, a 5-3 victory at Awsworth Villa. Jurgen Charlesworth notched his ninth and 10th goals of the campaign, alongside efforts from Thomas Coole, Abou Sylla and Carl Westcarr. Ryan Whitehurst, Keenan Meakin and Ben Greenhalgh were on target for Villa.
Matt Carver opened the scoring for Ruddington Village as his side continued their strong start to the season with a 3-1 win over Underwood Villa. Danny Cocks and Leigh Sissons were also on target; Mack Smith got Underwood’s solitary reply.
Real United dispatched Beeston 9-0. Tim Hopkinson became the division’s joint top scorer as he notched twice to take his tally to 11 for the season. Jamie Spiers (2), Glodie Bange, Ryan Bowen, Kuwesi Ofushine and Austin Wallace also struck for Real.
Newark Flowserve’s search for their first win of the season continues as Clifton All Whites overran them 8-2. Tim Berridge scored on his debut for Clifton, Ben Richardson, Connor Hardy and Danny Johnson were also on the scoresheet. Daryl Price and Sam Betts netted for Newark.
Errol Campbell scored four and Connor Croft grabbed a hat-trick as Unity beat Bilborough Town 9-2. Myles Scott and Jevin Seaton were also on target as Bilborough finished the match with only nine players.
FC Cavaliers left it late to overcome Burton Joyce. Following stalemate for 88 minutes Liam Taylor put Cavs ahead, before the BJ keeper, Roscoe Easom, conceded a penalty moments later. Easom received his marching orders and Im’main Samuels stepped up to seal the 2-0 win.
On an emotional day at Cotgrave, where the home side were mourning the loss of their Reserve team captain, 25 year old Tyrone Booth, who passed away last Wednesday. Lee Potts put Cotgrave ahead after half an hour but in an incident filled last few minutes Chris McGeown salvaged a point for Attenborough who then had Jed Mrvik sent off.
Bingham Town arrested a run of five straight defeats as they beat bottom club Sandhurst 3-2 at home. Lee Shaw put the visitors ahead before Jay Archer brought Bingham back on level terms before half time. Ed Hodgson then put the hosts into the lead before Shaw doubled his and Sandhurst’s tally. With seven minutes remaining Bingham’s new signing from Clifton All Whites, Corbi Brown, took all the points for his side with a left foot strike.
In Division One, South Normanton Town stay top of the pile after beating Southwell City Reserves 5-4. The Shiners’ goals were shared between Fraser Kirk, Tom Lewis, Ben Roffey, Craig Smith and Adam Gilliott. Anthony Barrowcliffe, Richie Pinder, Sam Shapley and Liam Wilkinson were the Southwell scorers.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves maintained their 100 per cent home record with a 1-0 win over Netherfield Albion.
Ashland Rovers and Aspley Park drew 2-2. Nottinghamshire got their first win since 12 August as they surprised Ruddington Village Reserves 3-1.
Ant Fragola, Perris Thomas and Robert Khachatour all scored for Wollaton Reserves as they won 3-1 at home to Magdala Amateurs.
Calverton Miners Welfare doubled their number of wins for the season with a 3-1 defeat of Bilborough United.
Ryan Simms scored a hat-trick for Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves as they won 5-1 away at Clifton All Whites Reserves. Dale Chapman and Giancarlo Rocco also netted for Linby; substitute Ross Cochrane-Smith got Clifton’s consolation.
A brace from Sam Woodings-Finch and one from Sam Tring helped Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves to a 3-1 win at Kirton Brickworks.
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton beat a side from Bilborough 9-1 for the second time in two weeks. This time it was Bilborough Town Reserves who were the victims.
Watnall Athletic drew 1-1 away at Underwood Villa Reserves. Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC beat Bilsthorpe Reserves 3-1 and Bingham Town Reserves picked up their first win of the season, 2-0 away at Selston Reserves.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division second placed Ruddington Village will be attempting to keep their unbeaten start to the season, and 100 per cent home record, going as they welcome Underwood Villa to Elms Park. Newly promoted Villa are mid-table having won three and lost three.
Ruddington (from): Edge, Benwell, Carver, Davies, Heap, Hudson, McGlaughin, McMullen, Osbourne, Rhodes, Rimington, Leslie, Sissons, Moore, Hudson, Newbold, Hassell, Johnson
Bilborough Town travel to Unity on Saturday where their old friend Winston Blackwood is at the helm. Unity secretary Steve Clifford is also a close friend of the club but it will be business time as Town look to put last Saturday’s defeat to Attenborough behind them. Unity are level on points with Bilborough but have played two games fewer.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Jackson, Street, Cooper, Palmer, McMorran, Roome, Cross, Websster, Law, Kane, Copeland, Battison, Swallow, Hayles
In Division One, Kirton Brickworks host Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves at Station Road. Jamie Birch and Dan Hall miss out for The Brickies through holiday. Ben Smith, James Taylor, Stef Frost and Jack McWilliams all return to the squad alongside new signings John Fox and Scott Ricketts. Ricketts has returned to the club following a brief spell at Bilsthorpe.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Baines, Cooper, Frost, Garratt, Gilbert, Godber, Gretton, M Hall, Wass, Longden, Oram, Sanderson, Darch, Smith, Taylor, McWilliams, Fox, Ricketts
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton travel to Eagle Valley to face Bilborough Town Reserves. A 9-1 win over Bilborough United Reserves took Clifton to the top of the table last weekend. Town are bottom of the table having lost all six of their games so far.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, Sheffield, Boulton, Elvidge, Bell, C Wray, Nolan, Kavanagh
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division has a new leader in the shape of West Bridgford. Last season’s runners-up moved to the top spot courtesy of a 3-2 home win over former incumbents AFC Dunkirk, who slip to fifth. Abou Sylla, Jurgen Charlesworth and Pat Newsome were all on target for the hosts; Sam Osbourne and Goran Seymour for Dunkirk.
Ruddington Village are second after a 2-1 win over Bingham Town means they, like West Bridgford, remain unbeaten. Marvin Hudson scored both of Ruddington’s goals.
Real United are up to third after they defeated Newark Flowserve 5-0 at Hawton Lane. Tim Hopkinson got Real off the mark with his ninth goal of the season, this was followed by efforts from Jamie Spiers, Kuwesi Ofushine, Glodi Bange and Tobias Richardson.
Wollaton, in fourth, are the division’s third unbeaten team following a 4-2 win at Awsworth Villa. Jay Smedley, Dane Rawson and Jordan Alls ensured the visitors went in at the break three to the good. Villa picked up in the second half, scoring through John Whitehurst and Ryan Whitehurst, but substitute Chris Atkins added the fourth for the reigning champions.
Sam Buckle scored twice in Burton Joyce’s 3-2 win over Underwood Villa. Adam Parkinson grabbed the third; Underwood replied through Preston Robinson and Callum Tomlinson.
FC Cavaliers took the lead at home to Cotgrave but a second half goal from substitute Adam Gray ensured a share of the spoils for the visitors.
Unity got their first away win of the season as they overcame bottom club Sandhurst 5-2. Robbie Savage and Craig Taylor, who later got sent off, were the scorers for the hosts. Errol Campbell bagged a brace for Unity, in addition to goals from Jevin Seaton, Rikki Robinson and Jonathan Ventrella.
Clifton All Whites were in FA Vase action. They recorded a 4-2 extra time win over Belper United of the Central Midlands League. Connor Hardy scored both of Clifton’s goals in normal time, Ben Clark added the two in extra time.
South Normanton Town are back on top of Division One after they came back from three down to rescue a point at Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves. Andy Start (2) and Nathan Atkins had put the hosts ahead in the first half. The Shiners pulled back to within one via Tom Lewis and James Sesin before Samuel Chambers grabbed an injury time equaliser.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves lost their 100% record as they went down 2-1 at Magdala Amateurs. Edward Davies gave Olympic the lead but The Budgies hit back through Patrick Mannion and Neil Morgan.
Ashland Rovers were 3-1 victors over Kirton Brickworks thanks to Thomas Barnes, Graham Beavis and Mark Summers. The Brickies’ solitary reply was an Arron Darch penalty.
Richard Reed, Luke Sharpe and Perris Thomas gave Wollaton Reserves a 3-0 win over Aspley Park. Clifton All Whites Reserves won 4-2 away at Bilborough United.
Will Wheat and Liam Wilkinson scored two apiece as Southwell City Reserves defeated Nottinghamshire 5-1. Blair Bryant got the other goal.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves beat Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 2-1. Gregory Wedge and Luke Hodgman were on target for Kimberley; Anthony Wallis for Linby.
Calverton Miners Welfare and Netherfield Albion drew 3-3.
AFC Clifton took top spot in Division Two in emphatic fashion as they defeated Bilborough United Reserves 9-1. Bulwell Reserves slip to second after a 2-2 draw away at Bingham Town Reserves.
Bilsthorpe Reserves were big winners over Underwood Villa Reserves – 8-1 – and Selston Reserves beat Awsworth Villa Reserves 4-2.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Wollaton will attempt to keep their unbeten record intact as they visit The Shilo to take on Awsworth Villa. The hosts are two points ahead of Wollaton having played one game more.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Middleton, Cheatle, McKeever, Millenstead, Alls, Day, Rawson, Smedley, Stark, A Mitchell, Hickey, Harding, Hunter
FC Cavaliers welcome Cotgrave to The Forest. Managers Martin Hickey and Mikel Samuels are looking to add a few experienced players to their young Cavs squad as they attempt to build on their first win of the season last weekend.
Cavs (from): Adeleye, John, Babikker, Onwughalu, Beraki, Salmon, Blades, Samuels, Danylyszyn, Davis, Simpson, Faulkner, Taylor, Frow, Tomusange, Wallace, Zboch, Sabanda
In Division One, Ashland Rovers will play their first home game of the season as they host Kirton Brickworks at Kingsway Park. Jamie Birch and Arron Darch return for The Brickies after missing the loss v Radcliffe Olympic Reserves in midweek. David Cooper returns from holiday but Jack McWilliams is away. New signings Scott Gretton and Daniel Abbott should be involved.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Baines, Cooper, Frost, Garratt, Gilbert, Godber, Gretton, D Hall, M Hall, Wass, Longden, Oram, Sanderson, Birch, Darch
Netherfield Albion include a number of young new signings as they travel to Hollinwood Lane to face Calverton Miners Welfare. Rich Sylla, Martin Cross and Jay Bowen have all signed in the last week and should be available.
Albion (from): Jones, Cross, Huskinson, Walker, Muirhead, Grey, Batchford, James, Fowler, Leivers, T Smeed, Bowen, C Smeed, Johnson, Sylla, Thorpe, Kemp, Geeson
In Division Two, Bulwell Reserves have a full squad to choose from for their trip to Butt Field to play Bingham Town Reserves. Bulwell are top of the division having taken 15 points out of a possible 18. Bingham are still searching for their first win and have lost all three of their home games thus far.
Bulwell (from): Whitehead, Jarvis, Wheat, Nutt, Alcock, Bell, Rimell, Walker, Hatton, Brooks, Krause, S Craven, D Craven, Deavin, Naylor, Carter, Matthews, Connolly