Action in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, gets underway on Friday night with the Premier Division encounters between Stapleford Town and AFC Dunkirk at the Ron Steel Sports Ground and Keyworth United versus Cotgrave at Platt Lane. It’s also floodlight Friday at the MJ Robinson Structures Arena as Asha entertain Pythian in Division Two.
On Saturday in the Premier Division, leaders Burton Joyce will be shooting for six wins from six as Aslockton & Orston visit the Poplars. Also looking to maintain their 100% record are Woodthorpe Park Rangers, who welcome Magdala Amateurs to Greenwich Avenue.
Wollaton are also yet to be beaten, a run they will wish to continue as they head to the Memorial Ground to take on Southwell City while Awsworth Villa go in pursuit of their first point of the season as they host Bingham Town at the Shilo.
Also looking to get off the mark are Bilborough Town as they travel to the Pro:Direct Arena to face Eastwood CFC Development. James Davis and Andrew Smith are amongst the additions to the Calverton Miners Welfare squad from their draw with Magdala last time out as they entertain Sandiacre Town at Hollinwood Lane.
New signings Morgan Bell and Cameron Smith go straight into the Attenborough squad for their trip to the Forest Sports Zone to play FC Cavaliers.
In Division One, Ravenshead travel north to face Kirton Brickworks with Jacob Woods back and in contention to start. Jamie Vaughan pushes for a first appearance of the season, the Reds could also give two debuts if they can complete a planned second new signing.
Midweek results saw Radford Reserves move into top spot, they head to Eagle Valley to play the division’s only team with a 100% record, AFC Top Valley. Ruddington Village make the trip to Leyton Crescent to take on Beeston.
Gedling Southbank were unfortunate not to take anything from their clash with Southwell City Reserves in midweek. They will be hoping for better fortune as they welcome Bridgford United to Eagle Valley.
Basford United Community host the aforementioned Southwell at Greenwich Avenue and Wollaton Reserves entertain Hucknall Town Development at the WSA.
It's first versus fourth in Division One in a local fixture between West Bridgford AFC and Ruddington Village at Regatta Way. WBAFC are looking to maintain their 100% record whilst Ruddington are keen on extending early season momentum from their own great start. With the pick of a full squad, West Bridgford manager Barry Matthews has some tough decisions amongst fierce competition for places. Talismanic striker Marcus Browne will be keen to add to his already impressive goal haul under the floodlights.
Elsewhere, Kimberley Miners Welfare welcome Wollaton Reserves to the Stag Ground and Southwell City Reserves entertain Gedling Southbank at the Memorial Ground.
In Division Two, Keyworth United Reserves host Ruddington Village Reserves.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Senior Division leaders Burton Joyce will be attempting to make it a perfect five wins from five as they welcome Attenborough to The Poplars.
Also looking to maintain a 100% record, but having played one fewer game, are Woodthorpe Park Rangers. Sandiacre Town are the visitors to Greenwich Avenue.
Sandwiched between Burton Joyce and Woodthorpe are AFC Dunkirk. They will try an capitalise on any slip up by the teams around them with bottom club Bilborough Town making the trip to the Ron Steel Sports Ground.
Stapleford Town are yet to concede a goal but they have also failed to score in their last two outings. They entertain the team they have just been drawn against in the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup, Wollaton, at Hickings Lane.
Southwell City host the struggling Awsworth Villa at the Memorial Ground while FC Cavaliers welcome Aslockton & Orston to the Forest Sports Zone.
Bingham Town see Eastwood CFC Development visit Butt Field and Magdala Amateurs have worked hard to get their Roko ground back up to standard following some unwelcome visitors ready for Keyworth United.
In Division One, West Bridgford AFC will try to maintain their perfect start as they welcome Kimberley Miners Welfare to Gresham Sports Park.
Radford Reserves and Kirton Brickworks are also unbeaten, they head to Bridgford United and Beeston respectively.
In Division Two, leaders Bingham Town Reserves head to Platt Lane to play Keyworth United Reserves.
Cotgrave Reserves host Ravenshead Reds at Woodview while Stapleford Town Reserves make the journey to Barrowby.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, it is the two newly promoted teams that currently sit top of the Premier Division. Woodthorpe Park Rangers and Burton Joyce are both curreently a perfect three from three and will be attempting to continue their runs as they travel to The Shilo to face Awsworth Villa and host Bilborough Town at The Poplars respectively.
AFC Dunkirk are third, having won two and drawn two. They head to Spa Lane to take on Aslockton & Orston. Wollaton and Stapleford Town are the other two unbeaten sides. The former are without a game this weekend so Stapleford will attempt to leapfrog them when they travel to the Forest Sports Zone to face FC Cavaliers.
Cotgrave welcome Sandiacre Town to Woodview and Calverton Miners Welfare entertain Magdala Amateurs at Hollinwood Lane.
In Division One, it's also a newly promoted team that are top of the pile, in the form of AFC Top Valley. They meet another side with a 100% record, albeit from two games rather than Top Valley's three, Hucknall Town Development at Eagle Valley.
West Bridgford AFC have taken maximum points from their three games so far and welcome Beeston to Regatta Way.
Radcliffe Olympic haven't got off to the start they would have wanted since being relegated from the Premier Division. They will look to pick up their first points as third placed Radford Reserves visit Wharf Lane.
Ravenshead entertain Basford United Community at Cornwater with player-chairman Mark Yates returning along with Liam Bradley. Lewis Parkin is set to miss out through injury, while Jamie Vaughan is definitely out and Nathan Dodds is ill.
Bridgford United play their first home game of the season at Highfields with Ruddington Village the visitors. Pep Leeder for Bridgford faces his former club and they also welcome back Liam Honeyman and Bernard Kirk.
Kirton Brickworks welcome Kimberley Miners Welfare to Station Road, Southwell City Reserves entertain Bestwood Miners Welfare at the Memorial Ground and Robin Hood Colts host Wollaton Reserves.
There's Friday night football in Division Two as Clifton All Whites host Ravenshead Reds at the Norman Archer Memorial Ground.
On Saturday, Cotgrave Reserves and Stapleford Town Reserves will attempt to preserve their 100% records as they travel to Bingham Town Reserves and Bilborough Town Community respectively.
Barrowby and Burton Joyce Reserves get their seasons underway with their meeting at Low Road and Pythian make their NSL bow when they face United Grays.
Last season's Premier Division champions, Stapleford Town, sit on top of the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, with two wins from two. They travel to the Memorial Ground to face Southwell City in a rematch of the 2019 Senior Cup final. Southwell were the winners that day and will be looking to repeat the feat.
A host of other teams will be hoping to make it two wins from two matches, including the two promoted sides, Burton Joyce and Woodthorpe Park Rangers. BJ welcome Eastwood CFC Development to The Poplars while Woodthorpe travel to Spa Lane to take on Aslockton & Orston.
Last season's runners up, Bingham Town, suffered a heavy defeat on opening day, they will attempt to bounce back as they visit the Ron Steel Sports Ground to face AFC Dunkirk.
Awsworth Villa have endured a torrid start to the campaign but will hope for an upturn in fortunes when they meet FC Cavaliers at the Forest Sports Zone. Bilborough Town will also be looking to pick up their first point as they host Wollaton at the Harvey Hadden Stadium.
Calverton Miners Welfare entertain Attenborough at Hollinwood Lane and Magdala Amateurs welcome Cotgrave to Roko.
In Division One, Radcliffe Olympic get their campaign underway with Kirton Brickworks the visitors to Wharf Lane. Newly promoted AFC Top Valley entertain Basford United Community at Eagle Valley.
Radford Reserves travel to Bestwood Miners Welfare and Wollaton Reserves head to the David Ross Sports Village to play Bridgford United. Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and Beeston meet at the Stag Ground.
In Division Two, Ravenshead Reds welcome Bingham Town Reserves to Cornwater with a number of their squad missing due to injury or cricket commitments, including club captain Brad Martin. Senir debuts could be given to Tyler Burton and Tom Miller, and Amandeep Basi could make his first competitive appearance for the club.
United Grays make their NSL bow by hosting Clifton All Whites Development at Eagle Valley. Other new boys, Asha and Beeston Old Boys, entertain Stapleford Town Reserves at the MJ Robinson Structures Arena and travel to Woodview to play Cotgrave Reserves respectively.
Elston United welcome Keyworth United Reserves to Balderton Playing Field.
Action in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, gets underway on Friday evening with two games. In the Premier Division, bottom club Gedling Southbank entertain Bilborough Town, in 16th, at Eagle Valley while, in Division Two, Ravenshead Reserves welcome Ruddington Village Reserves to Cornwater. Josh Worrall is included in the squad for The Reds but Chris Bovey definitely misses out and both Brentnall brothers, Joshua and Levi, are competing for the same spot.
On Saturday in the Premier Division, leaders Stapleford Town follow up their narrow victory over Beeston in the NSL Senior Cup semi final in midweek by hosting AFC Dunkirk at Hickings Lane.
Bingham Town will attempt to consolidate second place as they welcome Keyworth United at Butt Field while Awsworth Villa will try and move back level on points with Bingham if they can win on their travels at The Strand against Attenborough.
Calverton Miners Welfare add Matt Corbett to their squad for the visit of Southwell City to Hollinwood Lane. Aslockton & Orston host Eastwood CFC Development at Spa Lane.
Magdala Amateurs entertain Radcliffe Olympic at Roko while Sandiacre Town welcome Wollaton to St Giles.
In Division One, fourth placed Southwell City Reserves head to Eagle Valley to take on leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers.
Second placed Ravenshead travel to the Stag Ground for their penultimate away game of the season against Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves and hope to include Mark Yates in the squad after the midfielder has missed two months of the season. Youth team player Jamie Vaughan remains in favour having impressed since moving up.
There’s a switch of venue for Bridgford United, who host their home game against Radford Reserves at Carlton Town. Bridgford are boosted by the news that both Reiss Neil and Jourdan Blair should be fit for selection after a long layoff with injuries as they attempt to build on the midweek win over Kimberley.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley welcome Cotgrave Reserves to Hollinwood Lane while Newark Flowserve Reserves head to Lowfield to take on Barrowby.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, second placed Awsworth Villa will attempt to narrow the gap to Stapleford Town at the top as they host Calverton Miners Welfare at The Shilo. Calvo are set to be without Dane Bennett, who featured in their much needed win over Eastwood CFC Development last weekend, but Ryan Easom is back in the squad.
Bingham Town are level on points with Awsworth and will try and extend their three game winning streak as they welcome Attenborough to Butt Field.
Keyworth United, who were the last team to beat Bingham, entertain Sandiacre Town at Platt Lane while Aslockton & Orston host Gedling Southbank at Spa Lane.
Bilborough Town play their final home game of the season, with Eastwood the visitors to the Harvey Hadden Stadium, and Wollaton welcome Radcliffe Olympic to the WSA.
The NSL Junior Cup semi-finals get underway as Robin Hood Colts face Ruddington Village Reserves at Sherwood Fields.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertain AFC Bridgford at Eagle Valley while second placed Ravenshead travel to Bestwood Miners Welfare. Mark Smallwood is available again for The Reds after missing last weekend’s victory however Mark Yates is again out through injury. Adam Lewis is also nearing a return after missing the last two months.
Burton Joyce will attempt to break into the top three as they head to the Parish Hall Ground to play Selston Reserves.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley will attempt to extend their lead in the table as they meet Keyworth United Development at Platt Lane.
Ravenshead Reserves entertain Barrowby at Cornwater and have Taylor Bagshaw back but Jack Banks and Rik Suchak are both rated as doubtful.
Action in the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, gets underway on Friday night with the Division One encounter between Basford United Community and Beeston at Greenwich Avenue.
On Saturday in the Premier Division, leaders Stapleford Town, who suffered only their third loss of the season in midweek, to Cotgrave will look to bounce back as they entertain a Bilborough Town side that have lost only once in their last five outings.
Southwell City have the opportunity to break back into the top four as they head to the WSA to play Wollaton while sixth meet seventh as Keyworth United host AFC Dunkirk at Platt Lane.
Calverton Miners Welfare make a number of changes to their squad that lost to Aslockton & Orston last time out, with Jack Harrison and Lewis Wheelhouse among the returning players, as they welcome Eastwood CFC Development to Hollinwood Lane.
Aslockton followed up that win with a midweek victory over Radcliffe Olympic. They will hope to make it three on the trot as they head to Roko to take on Magdala Amateurs.
Attenborough welcome FC Cavaliers to The Strand and bottom club Gedling Southbank entertain Sandiacre Town at Eagle Valley.
In Division One on Saturday, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers travel to Bridgford United for their first meeting since both sides were promoted at the end of last season. While there are a number of friendships between the sides off the pitch that will be put to one side for the afternoon as another closely fought contest is anticipated.
Second placed Ravenshead entertain Ruddington Village at Cornwater this weekend. Adam Lewis is rated as 50/50 after a long layoff with an injury, while fellow youngster Jamie Vaughan is back but Mark Yates again misses out.
In Division Two, new leaders Newark Flowserve Reserves will be aiming to make it six wins on the spin, and avenge an early season cup defeat, as they head to Woodview to play Cotgrave Reserves.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, leaders Stapleford Town will be looking to extend their five point advantage over Awsworth Villa as they head to the Forest Sports Zone to take on FC Cavaliers.
Second-place Villa could be level on points with Bingham Town by the end of the day as the pair meet at Butt Field with the latter currently three points behind.
Fourth placed Southwell City are without a game but it is fifth versus sixth with Cotgrave travelling to Platt Lane to play Keyworth United.
Aslockton & Orston host Calverton Miners Welfare at Spa Lane with the visitors adding Scott Miles and Steven Brett o the squad that drew with Attenborough last time out.
Boro follow up that draw by welcoming AFC Dunkirk to The Strand while Magdala Amateurs entertain Sandiacre Town at Roko.
In Division One, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers host Kirton Brickworks, who parted company with their manager this week, at Eagle Valley.
Bridgford United are away to Wollaton Reserves at the WSA hoping to maintain their momentum, having won six of the last seven league matches. Bernard Kirk completed 90 minutes last week and could retain his place while Jack Maxwell-Swann, Daniel Walker, George Rees-Jones, Dwain Miller and Saul Hare return to the squad.
Gresham Sports Park hosts a feast of NSL action as AFC Bridgford entertain Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves in Division One while Nottingham Community meet Clifton All Whites and Sneinton Town play Ravenshead Reserves in Division Two. Ravenshead will be without Mitch Travers but goalkeeper Dan Hurst returns. Chris Bovey impressed from the bench again last week and pushes for a start.
In the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, Southwell City have a chance to reclaim second place in the Premier Division, albeit possibly for less than 24 hours, as they entertain FC Cavaliers on Friday night at the War Memorial Ground.
On Saturday, having notched their first win since early November last week, Radcliffe Olympic will have their work cut out to make it back-to-back victories as they travel to Hickings Lane to face leaders Stapleford Town. Awsworth Villa, who leapfrogged Southwell into second by beating them 3-0 last time out, head to Eagle Valley to play bottom club Gedling Southbank.
Bingham Town will be looking to break into the top four, having lost only once in their last 18 outings, as they visit the Ron Steel Sports Ground to take on AFC Dunkirk. Sandwiched between Bingham and Dunkirk in the table are Keyworth United, who face Wollaton at the WSA.
Aslockton & Orston entertain Bilborough Town at Spa Lane, Sandiacre Town host Magdala Amateurs at St Giles.
Calverton Miners Welfare bring Lewis Wheelhouse and Jack Harrison back into the squad that lost to Radcliffe for the visit of Attenborough to Hollinwood Lane.
In Division One, Mansfield Hosiery Mills welcome leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers to The Fieldings.
Ravenshead host Kirton Brickworks at Cornwater and have skipper Josh Broad available again after he missed last Friday’s victory due to being stranded at Glasgow Airport due to a cancelled flight. Alex Faulconbridge serves the final game of a three match ban.
Bridgford United travel to The Shilo to play Awsworth Villa Reserves with Santos Farrell returning but still faced with other key injuries and suspensions. They will be aiming to keep up the pressure on the top three with having up to six games in hand on the teams above.
In Division Two, AFC Top Valley will look to increase their lead over Ruddington Village Reserves at the top of the table as they travel to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs. Ruddington are in NSL Junior Cup quarter-final action at Gresham Sports Park against AFC Clifton.
Also hoping to join Robin Hood Colts and Cotgrave Reserves in the semi-finals are Stapleford Town Reserves and Keyworth United Development, who meet at Hickings Lane.