In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, last season’s high flyers, Bilborough Town, haven’t got off to the start they would have wanted with two defeats from two so far. New signings Ryan Clements and Chris Rhodes, and Dale Kane come into the squad that lost to FC Cavaliers in midweek as they welcome AFC Dunkirk to the Harvey Hadden Stadium. Connor Croft is still suspended.
After an abandonment in their first match Sandiacre Town went to Awsworth Villa in midweek and humbled last season’s runners up, running out 5-0 winners. They will look to take that form into their visit to new boys Southwell City’s War Memorial Ground.
Cotgrave managed a draw last time out despite being reduced to nine players before half-time, they welcome Ruddington Village, who also picked up a point in the week, to Woodview.
Gedling Southbank are getting their season underway, after having been part of the abandoned game with Sandiacre, by entertaining Underwood Villa at Hollinwood Lane. Villa are looking to put their first points on the board.
Also attempting to get off the mark are Attenborough and Basford United Community, who visit FC Cavaliers and host Awsworth respectively.
Magdala Amateurs, who have drawn their opening two fixtures, visit Hawton Lane to take on Newark Flowserve.
Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC welcome Calverton Miners Welfare to the Stag Ground whilst Bingham Town entertain Wollaton at Butt Field.
In Division One, Netherfield Albion are top of the pile with two wins from two. They head to Elms Park to play Ruddington Village Reserves.
AFC Bridgford will get their season underway with the visit of Keyworth United Reserves to Gresham Sports Park whilst Ashland Rovers also have their first run out with a trip to The Shilo and Awsworth Villa Reserves.
New boys Beeston Rylands are looking to get off the mark at the third time of asking as they head to the Inspire Stadium to play Real Community.
Kirton Brickworks host Southwell City Reserves, Mansfield Hosiery Mills welcome Ravenshead and Bilborough United head to Selston Reserves.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers have made an impressive start to life in Division Two; they take their 100% record to Forest Lane to play Kirton Brickworks Reserves. Welbeck Lions Reserves have also won two from two, they welcome Bingham Town Reserves to Elkesley Road.
Magdala Amateurs Reserves got off the mark with a win against Sneinton Town in the week, they will try and take that form into their encounter with Nottingham City at Roko.
Burton Joyce entertain Keyworth United Development at The Poplars, AFC Clifton host Barrowby at Charnwood Sports Centre and Gedling Southbank Reserves meet Southwell City Development.