In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, leaders Newark Flowserve lost their 100% record last week. They will attempt to get back to winning ways with Bilborough Town the visitors to Hawton Lane. Bilborough have a threadbare squad this week so have drafted in 16 year olds Nehmiah Browne and Tom Teece. Chris Helthorp should return in goal and Liam Buckley is also available again.
FC Cavaliers, Newark’s eventual conquerers, will attempt to follow up that performance as they head to Hollinwood Lane to take on Calverton Miners Welfare. There are a couple of absentees for Calvo from their draw with Sandiacre Town last time out, but David Corder and Lewis Wheelhouse are in as replacements.
Awsworth Villa go in search of their seventh win on the trot as they travel to Elms Park to face Ruddington Village and Bingham Town have an eight game unbeaten run, across all competitions, to maintain as they welcome Gedling Southbank to Butt Field.
Cotgrave will attempt to play their first match since February as they head to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs and Southwell City hope to be in action for only the second time in eight weeks as they travel to Digby Street to play Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC.
Attenborough entertain Underwood Villa at Long Lane, Chilwell and Sandiacre Town welcome AFC Dunkirk to St Giles.