In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town suffered their first league defeat of the season, 3-2 at the hands of Newark Flowserve. Elliott King broke the deadlock for Newark in the opening minutes before Ricky Cross equalised with a free-kick after a quarter of an hour. Another free-kick from another Ricky – Law this time – put Bilborough ahead just after the break but the underdogs struck back as King grabbed his second and substitute Chris Self secured the three points.
Second placed Awsworth Villa were three down in the opening 30 minutes at home to Magdala Amateurs thanks to some clinical finishing from the visitors. Villa managed to eventually spur themselves into action and ended up running out 5-3 winners through Ryan Whitehurst (2), Matt Goodwin, Josh Niblett and Jos Butterfield-Steele.
At the other end of the table the bottom two sides at the start of the day met as FC Cavaliers hosted Bingham Town. Tom Spencer scored just before half-time then scored a penalty with 15 minutes remaining to give Bingham a 2-0 victory that lifts them up to 14th.
Attenborough have dropped into the bottom two after they went down 4-0 at third-placed Basford United Community. Harry Wakedfield (2), Ezra Kitungano and Joe Harrison were the Basford scorers.
A Jake Fisher brace put Wollaton on the road to a 2-1 victory at AFC Dunkirk. Pierce Bird’s effort was too little too late for the hosts. Cotgrave and Aston United shared the points with a 1-1 draw. Lee Potts was on target for Cotgrave, Shay Wiggins for Aston.
Nottingham Trent University beat Sandiacre Town 2-0 in a match that saw both sides reduced to 10 men. Jack Mordecai netted a penalty on the stroke of half-time and Will Daly rounded off the scoring early in the second period.
Clifton All Whites saw off Unity 5-0 thanks to Niall O’Rafferty (2), Jaylee Hodgson, Sam Leggitt and Kyle Shaw.
In Division One AFC Bridgford missed the opportunity to close the gap on the top two as they went down 2-0 at Kimberley Miners Welfare. Alex Shipley scored in the first half, Matt Clowes doubled the advantage after the break.
Gedling Southbank won 2-1 at Netherfield Albion while Reece Campbell bagged a brace for Southwell City Reserves in their 3-1 win over Birchover Park.
Kirton Brickworks got back to winning ways as they overcame AFC Clifton 3-1; Bilborough United and Awsworth Villa drew 1-1.
Wollaton Reserves and Keyworth United Reserves were in NSL Junior Cup action. Scores were level at 1-1 after 90 minutes but ultimately Wollaton had more gas in their tank as they won 4-1 after extra-time.
In Division Two Aslockton Cranmers inflicted leaders Selston Reserves’ first defeat of the season and, in so doing, preserved their own unbeaten record. In a close fought encounter Aslockton took the lead after three minutes then managed to keep their noses ahead to eventually win 4-3.
Team DNF maintained their 100% record with a 2-1 win at Bingham Town Reserves and Basford United Community were 3-2 winners at home to West Bridgford AFC.
by Robin Griffiths
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, unbeaten leaders Bilborough Town welcome Tommy Street back into the squad for the visit of Newark Flowserve to Harvey Hadden Stadium. Dean Bensley is unavailable for the hosts, however, and Ricky Law is a doubt.
Awsworth Villa are also yet to taste defeat and will attempt to maintain that record as they welcome Magdala Amateurs to The Shilo. Attenborough have re-signed Paul Ireson and Danny Beldham ahead of their trip to Greenwich Avenue to face third placed Basford United Community.
It’s fifth versus fourth as AFC Dunkirk play host to Wollaton at the Ron Steel Sports Ground. Aston United will attempt to continue their solid start to life in the Precision NSL as they travel to Woodview to play Cotgrave.
Nottingham Trent University entertain Sandiacre Town at Clifton Campus. The two sides played out a 5-5 extra-time thriller when they met in the cup two weeks ago. Reigning champions Ruddington Village find themselves in an unfamiliar position towards the foot of the table but will attempt to get their season back on track as they welcome Underwood Villa to Elms Park.
Both of the bottom two teams will attempt to double their number of league wins when FC Cavaliers meet Bingham Town at the Forest Sports Zone. Unity, without a win in their last four games, host Clifton All Whites.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare will look to extend their 10 game winning run as fourth placed Ruddington Village visit Hollinwood Lane. AFC Bridgford were the last team to take a point off Calverton back in August, they travel to the Stag Ground to face Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves.
Netherfield Albion’s two league wins have come during their last three games, they will attempt to maintain this improved form as Gedling Southbank make the trip to the Inspire Stadium. In a mid-table encounter Southwell City Reserves welcome Birchover Park to the War Memorial Ground.
Following a bright start to the season Greenwood Meadows AFC have lost eight of their last nine league games, they will attempt to arrest that slide as they entertain AFC Clifton. Awsworth Villa Reserves have drawn their last three league matches, including a 3-3 against their hosts this weekend, Bilborough United.
Wollaton Reserves return to action following a week off with a NSL Junior Cup match against Keyworth United Reserves at the WSA.
In Division Two, leaders Selston Reserves travel to Spa Lane to take on second placed Aslockton Cranmers. Selston scored five last time out whereas Aslockton netted 16! Team DNF will attempt to maintain their 100% record as they travel to Butt Field to face a Bingham Town Reserves team that are looking for their third win on the trot.
Beleaguered Beeston entertain Mansfield Hosiery Mills, Basford United Community Reserves take on West Bridgford AFC and Ravenshead visit Underwood Villa Reserves.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Bilborough Town were away at Unity. It was always likely to be a tight affair as the two sides have met twice already, once in the league and once in the cup, with a win apiece both by a score of 1-0. Saturday was no exception as Jake Kane grabbed the only goal of the game in the second half to give Bilborough the 1-0 win.
Awsworth Villa are keeping pace in second, they’re six points behind Bilborough but with two games in hand, as they came away from Sandiacre Town with a 2-1 victory. Matt Walker and Ryan Whitehurst got Villa’s goals in the first half.
Jake Fisher, Dan Chadwick and Liam Towle were all on target for Wollaton as they beat Ruddington Village 3-1. Wollaton’s Ryan Krause received his marching orders for two bookable offences.
Aston United have continued their decent start to life in the NSL with a 2-0 win over Underwood Villa. Tom Teece and Jordan Sanders were the scorers.
Corbi Brown grabbed a hat-trick for Clifton All Whites in their 5-1 win over Newark Flowserve. Connor Hardy and substitute Courtney Hastings also netted for Clifton, Carlos Vagaroso with Newark’s consolation.
AFC Dunkirk scored two in each half to take the 4-0 victory at Magdala Amateurs. Tim Berridge scored either side of half time alongside McKenna Parton in the first half and Samuel Harbottle in the second.
Lee Potts found the net four times for Cotgrave as they overcame Attenborough 5-0. Shane Brumpton was the other scorer.
Real United versus Basford United Community and Nottingham Trent University versus Bingham Town both finished 1-1.
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare moved five points clear at the top with a 2-1 win over third placed AFC Bridgford. Jamie Humphries and Adam Limb were on target for Calverton.
Netherfield Albion recorded their second win of the season in dramatic fashion away at Ashland Rovers where the score was 3-3 in the closing stages before Marius Mihai grabbed the late winner for Albion.
Bilborough United versus Southwell City Reserves was another close affair but neither side could find a winner as it finished 3-3. Thomas O’Regan (2) and Roland Tomlinson scored for United, Blair Bryant, Calum Law and Liam Wilkinson for City.
Gedling Southbank won 2-0 at Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Birchover Park were 1-0 victors at Kirton Brickworks.
In the NSL Junior Cup, Bejan Pakrouz and Juan Vickers gave Awsworth Villa a 2-0 win at Ruddington Village Reserves while Underwood Villa Reserves, without a win in Division Two this season, overturned a 3-1 half time deficit against First Division Clifton All Whites Reserves to win 6-3.
Steven Radzynski bagged a brace as Selston Reserves knocked out Basford United Community Reserves 5-0 and Bingham Town Reserves beat Radcliffe Olympic Reserves 4-1.
In Division Two, Pierce Hallam and Dominic Williams both netted four times for Aslockton Cranmers as they won 16-1 at Beeston.
Greyhounders got their first win of the season, 3-2 at Bilsthorpe Reserves, and Team DNF won 3-0 at West Bridgford AFC.
by Robin Griffiths
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town have no injury worries as they attempt to extend their unbeaten run away at Unity. Tommy Street will be missing for Town, however, as he serves a one match ban.
Unity (from): Gee, Golding, Gordon, Hall, Hodgson, McCoy, McDonald, Msungama, Scott, Walton, Davis, Lyken, Kennerdale, Papp
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Williams, D Kane, Hayes, Nadif, Cross, Palmer, Lee, Bensley, Spray, Stewart, Webster, Nicholson, J Kane, Croft, Law, Taylor
Wollaton are at full strength for the visit of Ruddington Village to the WSA.
Wollaton (from): Heltrop, Krause, Liburd, Barber, Nutt, Timmons, S Craven, D Craven, Rothwell, Fisher, Kelly, Towle, Knight, Chadwick, Branston, Barratt
Ruddington (from): Benwell, Cassidy, Cooke, Edge, Hassell, Johnson, Leslie, McMullen, Moorcroft, Rhodes, Rimington, Cannon-Brownlie, Sissons, Starbuck
Attenborough have new signings James Hales and Daniel Prance available for their trip to Woodview to face Cotgrave.
Cotgrave (from): Gamble, Garton, Gray, J Hopkinson, Lynn, McLean, Mills, Potts, Royston, Smith, Thorpe, Heard, L Hopkinson, Allison
Boro (from): Cannon, Clark, Fryer, Kinnerley, J Knight, N Knight, McGeown, Oldham, Smith, Warner, Garton, Hobson, Walker, Hales, Prance, Daykin
Bingham Town will attempt to build on their first win of the season last time out as they travel to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre to take on Nottingham Trent University.
NTU (from): Bailey, Busch, Cox, Craig, Daly, King, Nathan, Rhodes, Smith, Sprouse, Street, Seeley, Wallis
Bingham (from): Archer, Bramwell, Buckberry, Carpenter, Cox, Jepps, Lowe, Morley, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Spencer, Robb, Stevenson
Sandiacre Town will look to make it back-to-back league wins as they welcome second placed Awsworth Villa to St Giles Park.
Sandiacre (from): Dilks, Firth, Fogg, Green, Harries, Harrison, Knowles, Room, Sayles, Spencer, Turner, Comery, Hill, Roome
Villa (from): Walsh, Goodwin, Grinham, Niblett, Phythian, Savage, Smith, Staley, Stevenson, Wheatley, R Whitehurst, Tonra, Watson, M Whitehurst
Basford United Community are the division’s top scorers and will attempt to add to their tally when they visit the Inspire Stadium to play Real United.
Real (from): Blair, Burton, Cheatle, Elliott, R Farrell, L Farrell, Ford, Law, Lopez, Payne, Riches, Mugadza, Richardson, Bowles, Pevier
Basford (from): Boateng, Brown, Harrison, Kitungano, Pickbourne, Podier, Tabreham, Taylor, Uhunmwangho, Wakefield, Sweeting, Allen, Chibbaro, Crossman, Paixao
In Division One, leaders Calverton Miners Welfare welcome AFC Bridgford to Hollinwood Lane. The last time Calverton failed to win in the league was when the two sides played out a stalemate when they last met in mid-August.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Williamson, Brett, Humphries, Easom, Smith, Harris, Kirkham, Hodson, Bennett, Bradwell, Buckle, Scrivens, Limb, Richards, Ashley
Bridgford (from): Hall, Henson, Kirk, Matthews, McNeill, Musk, Sidhu, Spencer, Teer, K Wilson, L Wilson, Holdsworth, Joseph, Morgan
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League the Senior Cup reached the third round stage. Having knocked out top flight opposition in the last round Second Division Ravenshead were giant-killers once again as this time they put Unity to the sword, winning 6-1. Tyler Lambert scored a hat-trick, Daniel Phillips two and Tom Goodson one for Ravenshead, who will meet Newark Flowserve in the quarter-final. Newark were 5-1 winners at Calverton Miners Welfare.
Team DNF, from Division Two, couldn’t emulate Ravenshead as they went down 4-0 at Wollaton. The hosts were ahead within 20 seconds thanks to Liam Towle, Sam Rothwell doubled the advantage on half an hour and, as the first half drew to a close, Sean Craven pounced on a loose ball to make it 3-0. DNF held their own in the second half but, with time running out, missed a penalty before Dan Chadwick sealed the win for Wollaton.
Mark Green grabbed a hat-trick for Aston United in their 5-0 win at Birchover Park. Liam McCormack and Mitchell Robinson were also on the scoresheet.
Aston will face Cotgrave in the quarters , who were 2-1 winners at AFC Dunkirk. Lee Potts put Cotgrave ahead after only 30 seconds but Dunkirk levelled through Macauley Diuk. Adam Gray netted a second half winner after Oliver Clark had been sent off for the hosts.
There were two goals apiece for Mustapha John and David Kolapo for FC Cavaliers as they knocked out Ruddington Village 4-2.
Nottingham Trent University overcame Sandiacre Town on penalties after an epic struggle that was 4-4 after 90 minutes and 5-5 after extra-time.
In the Premier Division Basford United Community got the weekend’s action underway on Friday night with a 9-0 win over Magdala Amateurs. Harry Wakefield notched five goals, alongside efforts from Joe Harrison, Malcolm Podier, Kelvin Uhunmwangho and Ewan Sweeting.
Bingham Town put an end to Attenborough’s recent resurgence with a 2-1 win. Tom Spencer got Bingham on the road to their first win of the season and things seemingly got better for them when Jed Mrvik was sent off for Boro, however Jack Warner equalised for the hosts from the penalty spot midway through the second half. Toby Stevenson was on hand soon after to secure the points for Bingham.
Second placed Awsworth Villa drew 0-0 at Clifton All Whites and Real United edged out Underwood Villa 4-3.
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves moved back into top spot with a 6-1 win at Netherfield Albion. Ant Fragola netted a hat-trick, Mark Draycott, Aaron Russell and John Fawcett were also on target. Albion captain James Leivers got their consolation.
AFC Bridgford won by a similar scoreline at home to Southwell City Reserves. Ruddington Village Reserves went two better with an 8-1 victory at AFC Clifton.
Bilborough United picked up their first win of the season, 3-1 at Greenwood Meadows AFC and Awsworth Villa Reserves and Keyworth United Reserves shared the points with a 1-1 draw.
In the NSL Junior Cup Kimberley Miners Welfare scored four in each half as they knocked out Beeston Reserves 8-0. Matt Clowes and Adam Hassell with two each, Alex Faulconbridge, Lamah Griggs, Jake Mee and Daniel Belcher also netted.
In Division Two, a Ronnie Wood hat-trick helped first placed Selston Reserves extend their lead to nine points with a 5-0 win over Underwood Villa Reserves.
Bingham Town Reserves overcame Basford United Community Reserves 3-0. Greyhounders doubled their points tally for the season with a 2-2 draw at Radcliffe Olympic Reserves.
by Robin Griffiths
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Senior Cup has reached the third round stage. After knocking out opposition from two divisions above them in the last round, Ravenshead will attempt to repeat the feat when they welcome Unity to Cornwater. Lee Pinner, Callum Disley and Jamie Simons have had to be called up from the reserves for the hosts in order to provide injury cover.
Ravenshead (from) Marks, Yates, B Martin, As Martin, Ad Martin, Pinner, Creer-Thornton, P Smith, Bovey, D Phillips, Simons, Harkin, Grady, Lambert, Foster, Disley, Williams, Goodson, Hubbard, Warner
Unity (from): Gee, Golding, Gordon, Hall, Hodgson, McCoy, McDonald, Msungama, Scott, Walton, Davis, Lyken, Kennerdale, Papp
Newark Flowserve go into their tie at Hollinwood Lane against Calverton Miners Welfare with player/manager Stephen Kirkham injured and Elliot King not available. However they welcome the return of Ryan Broxholme, after serving a ban, and new signing Michael Attard is available.
Calverton (from): Hill, Ashley, Bennett, Brett, Buckle, Harris, Humphries, Limb, Scrivener, Smith, Wheelhouse, Easom, Williamson, Davis, Hodson, Kirkham
Newark (from): Alama, Ashley, Barnes, Dell, Hage, Labbate, Lambert, Potts, Price, Allen, Hurst, Nicholson, Broxholme, Attard
Wollaton will be looking to bounce back after a heavy defeat last week as they entertain Second Division Team DNF at the WSA.
Wollaton (from): Heltorp, Krause, Liburd, Barber, Nutt, Barratt, Knight, Towle, Fisher, S Craven, D Craven, Fisher, Kelly, Tinnion, Branston, Rothwell, Chadwick
DNF (from): Asuman, Beech, Bosworth, Brown, Frame, Gray, Heines, Lawson, Mason, Sheikh, Whelan, Postgate, Sewell
In the Premier Division, Real United should have several players, including Rhys Beadman and Tiago Garcia, returning for the trip to Bracken Park to take on Underwood Villa, having missed the defeat to Attenborough.
Villa (from): Dainty, Foster, Greaves, Hudson, B Lewis, Mann, Petrovics, Shipley, Sinfield, Walker, Langton, C Lewis
Real (from): Barrass, Beadman, Blair, Bowles, Burton, Cook, Croft, Elliott, Farall, Ford, Garcia, Greenhalgh, Law, Lopez, Riches
Clifton All Whites are unchanged from last week as they host second placed Awsworth Villa at the Norman Archer Memorial Ground.
Clifton (from): Miles, Dobbie, Reid, Meakin, Hawkes, Peel, Hawkins, Anderson, O'Rafferty, Richardson, Leggitt, Hardy, Brown, Haughton, Shaw, Pashley, Farmer
Villa (from): Walsh, Hodgman, Hutchinson, Morgan, Niblett, Savage, Smith, Stevenson, Tonra, Wheatley, R Whitehurst, Grinham, Walker, M Whitehurst
In Division One, Wollaton Reserves will attempt to take advantage of Calverton being in cup action and try to leapfrog them into top spot as they travel to the Inspire Stadium to play Netherfield Albion. The hosts picked up their first win of the season last weekend.
Albion (from): Avery, Dyer, Fowler, Goffe, Hatton, Huskinson, Jones, Leivers, McDonagh, Mihai, Robinson, Mahmood, Kosar, Williams
Wollaton (from): Chambers, Draycott, Fragola, Katchatour, Killeavy, Labbate, Markowski, Russell, Sharpe, Smithson, Stanhope, Fawcett, Gill
In Division Two, it is top versus bottom as Selston Reserves welcome Underwood Villa Reserves to the Westwood Recreation Ground.
Selston (from): Basdell, A Clarke, B Clarke, Griffiths, James, Jack Melbourne, James Melbourne, Radzynski, Toon, West, Widdowson, Bromyard, Hassell, Wood, Chapman, Holland
Villa (from): N Askew, D Askew, Bibby, L Askew, Lawson, Jones, Swain, Gascoyne, Johnson, Lewis, Fones, Black, Ball, Beer, Hayden, Else, Cook
Following a dramatic 5-4 extra time victory at Lincoln City in the last round, the youth team of AFC Dunkirk have been drawn at home to Conference North team Alfreton Town in the 3rd qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup.
The tie will be played on Tuesday 18 October but, due to work being undertaken on the floodlights at Dunkirk's home ground, Clifton All Whites will play host at the Norman Archer Memorial Ground.
Kick-off is 7.45pm, all support would be appreciated.
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town edged past Bingham Town 1-0 thanks to Ricky Law.
Second placed Awsworth Villa are seven points behind but with three games in hand after they overcame Underwood Villa 3-1. Ryan Whitehurst (2) and Josh Niblett were on target for Awsworth.
Basford United Community maintained third place with a 2-0 win over Cotgrave. Ezra Kitungano and Kelvin Uhunmwangho were the scorers.
Corbi Brown, Sam Leggitt and substitute Courtney Hastings all netted for Clifton All Whittes as they won 4-0 at Wollaton.
FC Cavaliers recorded their first league win of the season as first half goals from Mustapha John and David Kolapo helped them see off Newark Flowserve 2-1. Tom Potts replied for Newark after the break.
Attenborough doubled their number of wins this season as they came from behind twice to eventually triumph over Real United 4-2. James Greenhalgh put Real ahead but Jordan Smith equalised before the break. A close range effort from Jourdan Blair put Real ahead once again but Nick Knight levelled matters before substitute Will Oldham put Boro ahead and Smith added his second to secure the points.
James Fletcher scored a hat-trick for Nottingham Trent University in their 3-1 win at Magdala Amateurs.
Sandiacre Town left it late to seal a 1-0 victory away at Aston United after the hosts had been reduced to 10 men.
Wollaton Reserves kept their noses in front in Division One with a 2-1 win at Greenwood Meadows AFC. Paul Markowski and Andrew Gill notched for Wollaton.
Calverton Miners Welfare remain a point behind with three games in hand after a comprehensive 9-1 win against AFC Clifton. The division’s top scorer, Sam Buckle, grabbed a hat-trick alongside efforts from Corey Ashley, Dane Bennett, Adam Limb, George Scrivener, James Richards and Darren Williamson.
Ben Goss and Paul Revuelta were on target for Ashland Rovers moved up to third with a 2-1 win over Gedling Southbank.
First half goals from Robert Brown and Liam Gleeson helped Southwell City Reserves to overcome AFC Bridgford 2-1.
Kirton Brickworks and Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves shared six goals in a see-saw match at Station Road. Jamie Birch put the hosts ahead before Matt Clowes replied for Kimberley. Wes O’Rourke put Kirton in the ascendency again but a Lee Johnson header pegged them back before Clowes’s second put Welfare ahead for the first time. Jamie Charlton ensured the points were shared with 20 minutes to go.
Netherfield Albion go their first win of the season, beating Keyworth United Reserves 5-2 thanks to a brace from Dale Hatton and Marius Mihai and one from Martin McDonagh.
In the NSL Senior Cup, Premier Division side Ruddington Village edged out Bilborough United, from Division One, 4-3.
In Division Two, former Nottingham Forest forward Marlon Harewood got off the mark for Greyhounders but it wasn’t enough as his side went down 4-1 to leaders Selston Reserves. Steven Radzynski scored a hat-trick for Selston in addition to a Damien James strike.
Ravenshead extended their winning run to seven matches as they saw off West Bridgford AFC 3-2.
Team DNF maintained a 100% league record with a 3-1 win over Radcliffe Olympic Reserves while Basford United Community Reserves did likewise as they won by a similar scoreline at Bilsthorpe Reserves.
Mansfield Hosiery Mills got back to winning ways, following three draws and three defeats in their last six matches, as they overcame Bingham Town Reserves 5-1.
by Robin Griffiths
In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town welcome new signings Craig Haywood and Michael Stray to the squad that travels to Butt Field to face Bingham Town. Tommy Street and Palmer are doubtful but Marcus Williams, Lyam Webster and Jack Nicholson should be available.
Bingham (from): Archer, Bramwell, Carpenter, Cox, Jepps, Lowe, Morley, Nicholson, Snelgrove, Spencer, Stevenson, Buckberry, Turton
Bilborough (from): Ivanov, Battison, Williams, Lee, D Kane, Hayes, Nadif, Bensley, Nicholson, J Kane, Stray, Stewart, Cross, Taylor, Webster, Law, Haywood
Wollaton should have new signings Callum Barrett, Nathan Hodges and Kieran Wheat in the squad as they host Clifton All Whites at the WSA.
Wollaton (from): Heltorp, Krause, Liburd, Barber, Nutt, Timmons, Kelly, Knight, Fisher, Chadwick, D Craven, S Craven, Towle, James, Branston, Rothwell, Barrett, Hodges, Wheat
Clifton (from): Brown, Hardy, Haughton, Hawkes, Hawkins, Meakin, Miles, O’Rafferty, Reid, Richardson, Williams, Cole, Baker, Jackson, Newton, Shaw
In Division One, leaders Wollaton Reserves have also made new signings with Aaron and Jason Russell expected to make their debuts away at Greenwood Meadows AFC.
Greenwood (from): Archer, Brookes, Fry, Gooch, Henson, Howarth, Pheasant, Rande, Singleton, Thompson, Woodward, Worrall, Holland
Wollaton (from): Chambers, Draycott, Fragola, Harding, Hodges, Katchatour, Labbate, Markowski, A Reeves, Smithson, Stanhope, Clifford, Killeavy, O Reeves, A Russell, J Russell
Calverton Miners Welfare, in second, welcome AFC Clifton to Hollinwood Lane.
Calverton (from): Hill, Smith, Limb, Brett, Humphries, Scrivens, Buckle, Bennett, Hodson, Davis, Ashley, Wheelhouse, Harris
Clifton (from): R Atkinson, Bell, Boulton, M Elvidge, Evison, Farmer, Hickman-Court, Kerry, Richards, Sharpe, Wray, J Atkinson, L Elvidge, Stapleton, Payne, Sheffield
Robert England and Richard Guest (injured) and Adam Mellors (holiday) are unavailable for Ashland Rovers as they host Gedling Southbank at Kingsway Park.
Rovers (from): Barnes, Bullock, Coleman, Coupe, Goss, Hall, Jackson, Jones, Martin, Philpott, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, Sherratt, D Smith, L Smith, Summers, Thorpe
Gedling (from): Broomfield, Cockayne, Cranny, Fox-Smith, Grey, Needham, Pickard, Price, Soar, Thomas, Woodford, Bancroft, Jeffries, Matthew
In Division Two, Ravenshead have doubts over Tom Grady, Dan Holloway, Cal Ryan and Rich Taylor whilst Chris Bovey is definitely out as they entertain West Bridgford AFC at Cornwater.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Yates, As Martin, Ad Martin, B Martin, Foster, P Smith, Hubbard, D Phillips, Williams, Hardwick, Creer-Thornton, Harkin, Goodson, Lambert, Warner, Grady, Holloway, Taylor, Ryan
West Bridgford (from): Ainsbury, Britten, Cox, O Cragg, S Cragg, Gibbons, Hardy, Johnson, Poole, Porter, Taylor. Gray, Pinto, Snape, Hall, Nsaku, Spriggs
The Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League is proud to be working with the Nottinghamshire FA on referee development in the county. The NSL has partnered with In-Play Sports to film and analyse a number of fixtures during the season that can then be used in coaching sessions with the match officials involved, as well as in referee development more generally. The first such match is the Premier Division fixture between AFC Dunkirk and Nottingham Trent University on Tuesday evening at the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
It is believed to be a unique initiative for a league at Step 7 of the National League System. Dave Plowright, Head Coach of the Nottinghamshire FA Core Referees Group and level 3 referee, will be representing the County FA on Tuesday and has commented that “Filming and reviewing officials’ performances has proved priceless in higher levels of the game in recent times and it is exciting to be able to share this opportunity with Nottinghamshire’s referees”.