In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division West Bridgford are looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season away at Real United in the Senior Cup last weekend. WB have a full squad to choose from as they host FC Cavaliers at Regatta Way, attempting to at least maintain their four point lead at the top of the table.
WB (from): Blair, Clark, Coole, Erentz, Jackson, Jones, Labbate, Newsome, Perkins, Robinson, Sylla, Charlesworth, Spriggs, Westcarr, Bentley, Martt
Bingham Town have won three straight league games which has moved them into the top eight. They entertain second-placed Ruddington Village at Butt Field.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Cox, Carpenter, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Gamble, Archer, Spencer, Page, Hodgson, Brown, Campbell, Morley, Bramwell
Rudd (from): Benwell, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Hassell, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McGlaughlin, McMullen, Moore, Newbold, Osborne, Rimington, Winch
Bilborough Town entertain Unity at Eagle Valley. With Nick Ivanov unavailable Town will try to bring in a new goalkeeper. Also missing will be Ricky Law, Warren Hayles and Dale Kane but they welcome back Carl Woodward, Jake Kane and Leigh Copeland. Unity have lost three players to other clubs including Carlton Town and Shepshed in recent weeks but have managed to bring in replacements. New signing Tommy Street will be eager to figure against his former team mates but Unity still have a number of injury absentees including James Burke and Omar Copeland.
Town (from): Battison, Cooper, Croft, Jackson, J Kane, Lee, Palmer, Roome, Tyrell, Webster, Hutchby, Nelson, Woodward, Copeland
Unity (from): Elliott, Allen, Barratt, Burrows, Campbell, Carr, Croft, Leader, D Reid, L Reid, S Reid, N Robinson, R Robinson, Scott, Seaton, Street, Tomlinson, Towlson, Ventrella
Wollaton entertain Sandhurst at the WSA and are without Ben Cheatle and Anthony and Chris Atkins. Alex Doyle, Tom Lambert and Leon Stockley are available after missing last week. Sandhurst manager Robert Crawford is set to name an unchanged starting eleven after more encouraging performances in recent weeks. He has added youth to the squad in James Hurt and Nathan Mattews and Adam Bradford returns.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Hunter, Lambert, Campbell, A Mitchell, Stark, Alls, Day, Rawson, Smedley, Stockley, Hickey, Millenstead, K Mitchell
Sandhurst (from): Armstrong, Batchelor, Bradford, Chapman, Coddington, Cox, Hurt, Kitchen, Land, Lobley, Matthews, Munson, Shaw, Tye, Weir
Attenborough travel to the Hetley Pearson Rec to face Beeston with captain Chris McGoewn missing but with Scott Pratt Nick Knight and Aiden Blewitt returning from injury and Jordan Ruck available. Attenborough’s squad is the strongest for some weeks and after impressing manager James Carder, all four recent young signings, Josh Mundell, Jack Rowley, Daniel Cark and Daniel Warner are included.
Beeston (from): Brown, West, Walton, Carter, Pickance, Walsh, Sweeney, Shiggins, Taylor, Murray, Peach, Starbuck, Blaze, Harrison, Harte, Hickey, L McElhone, K McElhone, Snape
Boro (from): Daykin, Mrvik, Winfield, J Knight, Fryer, Spawton, Blewitt, N Knight, Smith, Mundell, Rowley, Ruck, Clark, Warner, Bradshaw, Pratt
In Division One, Netherfield Albion travel to Kingsway Park to face third placed Ashland Rovers without the injured Corey Smeed, and Rick Grey is unavailable. Davey Muirhead returns as does Dan Huskinson.
Albion (from): Cross, Walker, Muirhead, Huskinson, Leivers, Fowler, T Smeed, Geeson, Camara, Thorpe, Mihai, Kemp, Oloton, Alexa
Bilborough United travel to Ruddington Village Reserves hoping to have John Greaves fully fit after he missed last week’s game versus Southwell City Reserves. New signing Danny Habib also hopes to be included.
United (from): Day, Rodgers, Bamford, Muncaster, England, Newman, Greaves, Palmer, O'Regan, Tomlinson, Buxton, Walls, Margeson, Habib, Lester
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton welcome Bilborough Town Reserves to the Charnwood Sports Centre. Clifton won 9-1 when the two sides last met in mid-September.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman-Court, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, Sheffield, Boulton, Bell, Morris, C Wray, Davidson
Ruddington Village closed the gap at the top of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division to four points with a game in hand by beating Cotgrave 3-2. Ruddington left it late to seal the points as, after scoring twice earlier on, Sam Winch turned provider for Michael Leslie to head home the winner in the 90th minute.
Bingham Town scored a goal in each half to defeat Beeston 2-0. Jay Archer fired home from outside the penalty area just before the break, Tom Spencer added the second after being put through by Michael Carpenter.
Errol Campbell bagged a hat-trick for Unity in their 8-0 win over Burton Joyce and in so doing became the league’s top scorer with 19 goals so far this season. Connor Croft (2), Jake Towlson, Jevin Seaton and Jonathan Ventrella were also on target.
AFC Dunkirk consigned Wollaton to only their second league defeat of the season as they won 2-1 thanks to a brace from Adrian Lang. Jordan Alls got Wollaton’s reply from the penalty spot.
Attenborough were two down at half time against FC Cavaliers but came back to snatch a 2-2 draw. Ethan Winfield set up both of Boro’s goals, scored by James Knight and Dan Rowley.
Real United made a statement of intent in the NSL Senior Cup by beating league leaders and last season’s cup runners-up West Bridgford 3-1. Former Bridgford front man Tim Hopkinson put Real ahead before Lewis Chambers added a double. Jurgen Charlesworth pulled one back from the spot late on.
Premier Division Bilborough Town knocked out Kirton Brickworks, from the division below, 3-0 with all the goals coming before the break. Jack Cooper netted early followed by two in ten minutes from Liam Webster midway through the half.
Awsworth Villa had John Whitehurst and Matt Walsh to thank in equal measure for their 1-0 win over Underwood Villa – Whitehurst for his goal and Walsh for an 88th minute penalty save.
Clifton All Whites were 3-2 winners over Sandhurst. Jack Cole, Neil Thompson and Danny Blanchard were on target for the All Whites, Wes Kitchen and Lee Shaw for Sandhurst.
In Division One, Ashland Rovers missed the opportunity to narrow the gap at the top of the table as they went down 4-2 at Magdala Amateurs, for whom Neil Morgan bagged a brace.
Gedling Southbank lifted themselves off the foot of the table as they won for the first time this season – 4-3 away at Aspley Park. The Southbank goals were shared between Reiss Coy, Luke Pickard, James Needham and substitute Adam Thomas. Sam Mannion (2) and Sean Green notched for Aspley.
Bilborough United and Southwell City Reserves shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Roland Tomkinson netted for United, Huw Plume for City.
After losing to Aspley Park in the league the previous week, South Normaton Town got revenge of sorts by defeating their reserve side in the NSL Junior Cup 6-0. Joe Cannon scored a hat-trick, in addition to efforts from Mike Smith, Jason Hall and James Sessin.
Also in the Junior Cup, Ross C-Smith’s brace wasn’t enough for Clifton All Whites Reserves as they lost 3-2 to Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves. Luke Hodgman’s double was sufficient for Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves, however, as they overcame Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 2-1.
Bulwell Reserves knocked out Selston Reserves 3-2.
AFC Clifton maintained their charge at the top of Division Two with a 7-3 victory away at Nottinghamshire Reserves. Alex Richards and Joshua Wilson scored three each in the win, in addition to one from top scorer Perry Foster.
Kyle Waddell got all of Cotgrave Reserves’ goals in their 3-0 win at Underwood Villa Reserves. Watnall Athletic defeated Bilsthorpe Reserves 3-1 and Keyworth United ended Bingham Town Reserves’ recent run of form by winning 3-1.
West Bridgford maintained their seven point lead at the head of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division with a 3-0 win away at Attenborough. All three goals came in the second half, two from Abou Sylla and one from Thomas Coole.
Ruddington Village bounced back from losing their unbeaten record the previous weekend to defeat Burton Joyce 5-2. BJ twice went ahead, through Ryan Clements initially, then, after Kieran Joseph had equalised for Village, via James Brewer. David Rimmington pulled the visitors level again before Matt Carver squandered the opportunity to put them ahead from the spot.
It didn’t matter in the end though as Adam Newbold netted then, when Ruddington were awarded a second penalty, Carver made amends for his earlier miss before the fifth came via an own goal.
Third placed Real United also hit five as they won 5-1 at Bilborough Town. Tim Hopkinson (2), Jamie Spiers, Ryan Tittensor and substitute Kuwesi Ofushine got the goals, Jack Cooper with Town’s consolation.
Clifton All Whites and Underwood Villa shared the spoils with a 0-0 draw.
Bingham Town came from behind to beat FC Cavaliers 3-1. David Kolapo put Cavs ahead but second half strikes from Matt Gamble, Tom Spencer and Tom Campbell took the victory for Town.
Sandhurst got their first win of the season by overcoming AFC Dunkirk 2-1 and, in so doing, moved off the bottom of the table. Thomas Roper put Dunkirk ahead in the first half but Sandhurst struck back through Daniel Munson and Adam Bradford after the break to seal the points.
A number of Premier Division sides were in NSL Senior Cup action. It took a last minute penalty in extra time for Newark Flowserve to defeat Beeston 3-2. Wayne Ord had put Flowserve ahead before Mark Harrison’s strike took the game into an extra period. Jamie Brooks put Flowserve ahead once again but Ash Snape pegged them back before Brooks converted that penalty as time expired.
Three other ties featured Premier Division sides taking on teams from the division below. The higher ranked team won on each occasion: Unity won 3-0 away at Nottinghamshire, Wollaton overcame Bilborough United 5-0 and Cotgrave were 4-1 victors over Netherfield Albion.
In Division One, leaders South Normanton Town had a rare off day as they went down 6-1 at Aspley Park. Sam Mannion hit a hat-trick for the hosts alongside efforts from Sean Green, Ryan Deabill and Ikell Catton. Adam Gillott got the solitary reply.
A Graham Beavis brace helped second placed Ashland Rovers overcome Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 4-1. Edward Jackson and Paul Revuelta were also on target. Ross Cheeseman netted for Linby.
Wollaton Reserves were 3-2 winners over Southwell City Reserves, who had Chase Marcham sent off. John Fawcett (2) and Ricki Turner scored for Wollaton, Adam Allsopp and Liam Gleason for City.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves were convincing 6-0 winners over bottom club Gedling Southbank. Gregory Wedge (2), Luke Hodgman, Jack Tucker, Sean Williams and Greg Newbold were the scorers.
Magdala Amateurs and Kirton Brickworks shared the points with a 2-2 draw. Arron Darch got both of The Brickies’ goals.
In Division Two, second placed Bulwell Reserves reduced the gap to AFC Clifton at the top to eight points with two games in hand after the former beat the latter 6-1.
Bingham Town got their third win on the trot as they overcame Watnall Athletic 2-1. Cotgrave Reserves won by a similar scoreline against Aspley Park Reserves.
In the NSL Junior Cup, Ruddington Village Reserves edged past Bilsthorpe Reserves 1-0 and Underwood Villa Reserves knocked out Bilborough United Reserves 2-0.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division Attenborough welcome league leaders West Bridgford to The Strand. Jack Wilkinson is back in the Boro squad after missing last week, alongside new signing Jack Warner.
Boro (from): Daykin, Wilkinson, Winfield, McGoewn, Bowles, Spawton, Smith, Watts, Blewitt, Fryer, Nice, Wale, Mundell, Bradshaw, Warner
After losing their unbeaten record last weekend Ruddington Village will attempt to bounce back as they visit The Poplars to take on Burton Joyce. BJ are currently on a three game winning streak in all competitions.
Rudd (from): Edge, Benwell, Leslie, McMullen, Davies, Hopkinson, Carver, Rimington, Newbold, Moore, Rhodes, Johnson, Hassell, Joseph, Featherstone, Foster
Bingham Town are looking for their third win on the bounce as they welcome FC Cavaliers to Butt Field. Cavs are looking for their first win since mid-September but won the reverse fixture 2-1 at the end of August.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Page, Nicholson, Cox, Archer, Spencer, Snelgrove, Carpenter, Hodgson, Brown, Campbell, Morley, Bramwell, Gamble
Cavs (from): Saleed, Badakker, Danlylszyn, Faulkner, Blades, Camera, Murray, Tohsanghe, Samuels, Davis, John, Beraki, Sibanda, Onwughalu, Oconnor Richards, Shaw, Farrell
In the NSL Senior Cup, Unity travel to Grassington Road to face Division One outfit Nottinghamshire. Unity still have injury problems with several players including Omar Copeland and Luke Tomlinson. Orlando Grinley and Cashel Walters are suspended.
Unity (from): Elliott, Towlson, L Reid, Ventrella, Leeder, Carr, N Robinson, Scott, R Robinson, Barrett, Seaton, S Reid, Burrows, Smith, D Reid, Carter, Campbell, Msungama, Banton
Wollaton also face lower division opposition as they continue the defence of their trophy by hosting Bilborough United at the WSA. Wollaton will be without Jamie McKeever who has left to join Long Eaton United. Bilborough knocked out Premier Division Burton Joyce in Round One.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Doyle, Hunter, Lambert, Cheatle, Millenstead, Stark, Alls, Day, Rawson, A Mitchell, Hickey, Campbell, Middleton, Stockley
In an all-Premier Division tie Beeston welcome Newark Flowserve to the Hetley Pearson Rec. Newark’s only win so far this season came in the last round when they knocked out Ruddington Village. Although towards the bottom of the league table, Beeston have played two, won two in cup competitions this term.
Beeston (from): Brown, McElhone, Sweeney, Walton, Pickance, Taylor, Walker, Peach, Blaze, Hickey, Samuels, Harrison, Snape, Walsh, Starbuck, Ridgway
In Division Two, runaway leaders AFC Clifton take on Bulwell Reserves at the Charnwood Sports Centre. Clifton are looking for their ninth win in a row but will do so without Jake Bell and Ashley Hickman who are rested. They do welcome Alex Richards and Liam Kerry back in to the squad however. Bulwell will close the gap at the top to eight points with a game in hand if they can secure the victory.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, Sheffield, J Wray, C Wray, Elvidge, Boulton, Kavanagh
West Bridgford are now the sole remaining unbeaten team in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division. Their 3-1 win over Bilborough Town put them seven points ahead of Ruddington Village, who suffered their first league defeat of the season at the hands of Awsworth Villa.
Abou Sylla put Bridgford ahead before Jake Kane equalised for Bilborough. Ryan Perkins and Jourdan Blair went on to seal the win for the league leaders.
Daniel Walsh opened the scoring for Awsworth against Ruddington before a Ryan Whitehurst double completed the 3-0 victory.
It was 0-0 after 35 minutes in the game between Attenborough and Unity at The Strand but the visitors managed to go in at half time four goals to the good. Unity then added one more in the second half to cap a 5-0 win. Errol Campbell (2), Theodore Smith (2) and Rikki Robinson were the scorers.
Underwood Villa and Clifton All Whites drew 3-3. Villa were 3-2 up at the break following efforts from Ashley Foster, Preston Robinson and Callum Thompson for the hosts, Ben and Jake Richardson for Clifton. Daniel Starbuck struck in the second period to ensure honours were shared.
Wollaton came from behind to beat Beeston 2-1. Aaron Mitchell and Jordan Alls were the match winners for Wollaton.
Burton Joyce’s home game against Newark Flowserve had to be abandoned after 80 minutes, with the score standing at 2-1 to the hosts, after BJ’s George Maltby broke his tibia and fibula.
Tom Campbell struck in the third minute to give Bingham Town a 1-0 away win over local rivals Cotgrave, who had Marek Vipond sent off in the 15th minute. Cotgrave are now searching for a new manager after Steve Astill resigned on the morning following the match.
In the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup, Real United were 2-1 winners away at Blidworth Welfare thanks to goals from Jamie Spiers and Steven Venables. Mustapha John’s brace for FC Cavaliers wasn’t enough as they went down 3-2 at Newark Town.
In the Notts FA Intermediate Cup, AFC Dunkirk defeated Teversal Reserves 5-3 and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves knocked out Welbeck Welfare with a 1-0 win.
Adam Gillott scored a hat-trick for Division One leaders South Normanton Town in their 7-0 demolition of Nottinghamshire. Ben Roffey (2), Fraser Kirk and Samuel Chambers were also on the scoresheet.
Ashland Rovers slipped up at home to Magdala Amateurs, relinquishing a two goal lead to lose 3-2. Ryan Martin and Edward Jackson put the hosts ahead before The Budgies fought back through Greg Whatnall, Ashley Murdock and Peter Cassidy.
John Fawcett got Wollaton Reserves’ goal in their 1-0 win over Calverton Miners Welfare.
Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves won 3-1 away at Southwell City Reserves. Thomas Eastwood, Matt Rick and Danny Tring scored for Rolls, Cain Collins for City.
Samuel Mannion grabbed a hat-trick for Aspley Park in their 6-3 win over Clifton All Whites Reserves. Sean Green also bagged a brace for Aspley alongside a Justin Pinnock own goal. Ross Cochrane-Smith and Kyle O’Brien netted for Clifton.
Netherfield Albion were 5-0 winners over Kirton Brickworks with goals from James Leivers, Jamie Walker and Bryson Thorpe.
Radcliffe Olympic Reserves defeated Gedling Southbank 4-3 and Ruddington Village Reserves beat Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves 5-2.
In Division Two, the normally prolific leaders, AFC Clifton, had a settle for a solitary goal to secure the points against Keyworth United Reserves.
Bulwell Reserves drew level on points with their opponents, Bilsthorpe Reserves, thanks to a 2-1 win. Watnall Athletic won 2-0 away at Bilborough Town Reserves.
Bilborough United Reserves were 3-1 down at half time against Selston Reserves, but they came back to record a 4-3 victory.
Underwood Villa Reserves won 2-1 away at Aspley Park Reserves and Bingham Town Reserves defeated Nottinghamshire Reserves 4-1.
Unbeaten Ruddington Village travel to The Shilo to face Awsworth Villa in the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division. Villa will be looking to improve on last week’s performance where they were knocked out of the Notts FA Intermediate Cup by Ruddington’s reserve side after extra time.
Rudd (from): Benwell, Carver, Davies, Edge, Featherstone, Hassell, Heap, Hopkinson, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McMullen, Moore, Newbold, Rhodes, Rimington, Winch
Unity visit The Strand to play Attenborough without the services of several key players. The scorer of last week’s winning goal against AFC Dunkirk, Reece Fyfe, has joined Carlton Town following an impressive run of games. James Burke is still injured and others are absent through work.
Unity (from): Elliott, Williamson, L Reid, Ventrella, Copeland, Towlson, Robinson, Scott, Carr, Leader, Robinson, Barratt, Burrows, S Reid, Seaton, Msungama, Allen, Stone, Miles, Barracks, Banton
Both Wollaton and Beeston enjoyed impressive wins in the Notts FA Senior Cup last weekend. They meet at the WSA ground with Beeston attempting to replicate their cup form in the league, where they have won only once so far this season. Wollaton will be without Jamie McKeever (suspended) and Lorcan Hickey (unavailable).
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Stockley, Doyle, Lambert, Cheatle, A Mitchell, Millenstead, Smedley, Day, Alls, Rawson, Hunter, Stark, Brady, Campbell
Beeston (from): Brown, McElhone, Peters, Pickance, Carter, Hutchinson, Harte, Walker, Starbuck, M Harrison, P Harrison, Taylor, Shiggins, McElhone, Walsh, Samuels, Blaze
Bingham Town travel a short distance up the A46 for a local derby at Woodview against Cotgrave. Bingham have struggled for form this season, having won only twice so far. That is one more than their opponents, however, who are the division’s draw specialists, having done so five times in their eight games this term.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Cox, Nicholson, Carpenter, Snelgrove, Archer, Spencer, Hodgson, Brown, Campbell, Morley, Bramwell, Page, Gamble
Ruddington Village closed to within one point of Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders West Bridgford with a 6-1 win away at bottom club Sandhurst. Sam Winch was the standout performer with a four goal haul. Adam Newbold and Michael Leslie also scored for Village; William Cox with Sandhurst’s consolation.
Against the backdrop of the Goose Fair, Real United didn’t make it much fun for their hosts, FC Cavaliers, as they won 6-0 at the Forest Recreation Ground. Chris Rhodes, Tobias Richardson and Kuwesi Ofushine (2) all netted before the break, Tim Hopkinson and George Paling rounded off the win in the second period. Having kept a clean sheet in each of their last six matches, Real are now up to third.
Unity won 3-2 away at AFC Dunkirk to claim their fourth victory on the trot and, in so doing, moved up to fifth in the table. Goran Seymour and Adrian Lang notched for the hosts, but efforts from Connor Croft, Reece Fyfe and top scorer Errol Campbell claimed the points for Unity.
The NSL’s sole representatives in the FA Vase, Clifton All Whites, were knocked out at the second qualifying round stage as their opponents from higher up the non-league pyramid, Anstey Nomads of the East Midlands Counties League, beat them 2-0.
Wollaton experienced better fortunes against EMCL opponents as they won 3-1 against Gedling Miners Welfare in the Notts FA Senior Cup. Elsewhere in the competition, whilst they are struggling for wins in the league, Beeston have fared better in cups this season, including beating Eastwood Community 2-1 away on Saturday. Cotgrave were beaten 5-0 at home by Sherwood Colliery.
In an all-NSL Notts FA Intermediate Cup tie West Bridgford ran out 7-1 winners away at Bilborough Town. League top scorer Jurgen Charlsworth took his tally to 16 for the season with a brace. Pat Newsome, Abou Sylla, Carl Westcarr (2) and Courtney Holmes were also on the scoresheet for Bridgford; Chris Roome got Town’s reply.
Also in the Intermediate Cup, Awsworth went down 3-2 at home, after extra time, to Ruddington Village Reserves from the division below them. Bingham Town were 4-1 winners over Eastwood Community Reserves, Sam Buckle scored four as Burton Joyce beat AFC Top Valley 5-2, Newark Flowserve lost 5-0 to Strelley Rose and Underwood Villa were knocked out by AFC Bridgford 2-1.
South Normanton Town extended their lead at the top of Division One to nine points with a 3-0 win over Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves. Samuel Chambers, Adam Gilliott and Shaun Smith, who also missed a penalty, were The Shiners’ scorers.
Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves made amends for their defeat at the hands of Netherfield Albion the previous week by beating them 1-0 in the reverse fixture. Gregory Wedge got the game’s only goal in the second half.
In Division Two Bilsthorpe Reserves are up to second after they defeated Cotgrave Reserves 5-3. Bradley Wells (2), Stuart Grainger, Tom Bryan and Jack Warman netted for Bilsthorpe; Luke Allison, Kyle Waddell and Ian Donaldson for Cotgrave.
Awsworth Villa Reserves continued their impressive away form with a 9-0 demolition of Nottinghamshire Reserves. Ben Watson scored a double hat-trick, alongside strikes from Ben Foster, Robbie Tonra and Jake Brooks.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division second place Ruddington Village will attempt to close the gap to West Bridgford at the top whilst their rivals are in cup action. Village travel to Forest Lane to face bottom club Sandhurst without the suspended duo of Daniel Cocks and Michael McGlaughin. Apart from a slip up in the NSL Cup Ruddington remain unbeaten all season whereas their opponents are still looking for their first win.
Ruddington (from): Benwell, Carver, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Hopkinson, Hudson, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McMullen, Moore, Newbold, Rhodes, Rimington, Winch
In the Notts FA Intermediate Cup Bilborough Town welcome league leaders West Bridgford to Eagle Valley. Town’s manager faces some tough selection decisions after a young team put in a spirited performance against Beeston last week but he has the more experienced Chris Roome, Carl Woodward, Leigh Copeland and Lyam Webster returning to the squad.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Battison, D Kane, Lee, Hutchby, J Kane, Minors, Palmer, Croft, Roome, Webster, Law, Copeland, Jackson, Swallow
There’s an all-Division One encounter in the Notts FA Intermediate Cup at Roko as Magdala Amateurs host Kirton Brickworks. The Brickies have Ben Smith available again after missing out through work commitments last weekend. After having won four on the trot Magdala are now on a three game losing run.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Baines, Birch, Darch, Godber, Gretton, M Hall, Ricketts, Sennett, Turner, Wass, Fuller, D Hall, Wareham, Smith
The only Division One game is a reverse of one of last weekend’s fixtures as Netherfield Albion welcome Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves to the Inspire Stadium. Albion will attempt to recreate last week’s 3-0 win but will have to do so without skipper Davey Muirhead as he is away for the weekend. Corey Smeed and Sheldon Collymore have work commitments so are also unavailable. Dan Huskinson and Rick Grey are both expected to return, along with Kirk and Kieran Johnson.
Albion (from): Jones, Cross, Walker, Grey, Huskinson, Leivers, T Smeed, Fowler, Johnson, Johnson, Kemp, Clayton, Douglas, Thorpe, Bower
Division Two leaders AFC Cliton travel to Digby Street to play Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC. Nick Currie is back from injury for Clifton, who will equal last season’s total of 10 wins if they are victorious. They are averaging nearly five goals a game so far this season and have scored 32 in the last five outings.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Evison, Farmer, Hickman-Court, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, J Wray, Kerry, C Wray, Sheffield, Bell, Boulton Elvidge, Nolan, Kavanagh, Commander