In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Bilborough Town have settled well into their new home at Harvey Hadden Stadium. FC Cavaliers are the visitors as Town attempt to maintain their 100% record.
Town (from): Ivanov, Hayes, Battison, D Kane, J Kane, Lee, McMorran, Nicholson, Palmer, Rhodes, Street, Cross, Stewart, Taylor
Cavs (from): Babikker, Beraki, Blades, Danylyszyn, Francis, John, McGarry, Richards, Samuels, Sibanda, Woolley, Beejer, Chitulu
Newark Flowserve have started their second season in the top flight brightly. They visit Bracken Park to take on the team promoted with them in 2015, Underwood Villa.
Villa (from): Arnold, Black, Dainty, Foster, Hunt, Lawson, Mann, Petrovics, Shipley, Taylor, Wilson, Askew, Hudson, Tring
Newark (from): Allen, Ashley, Dell, Grundy, Hage, Kirkham, Labbate, Lambert, Potts, Price, Zboch, Alama, Labbate, Perkins
Real United are hoping that Anthony Gregory and Ricky Sheavills will be back for their home game against Beeston at the Inspire Stadium. Tiago Garcia picked up a thigh injury against Aston United but should be okay.
Real (from): Banton, Beadman, Bedward, Blair, Burton, Creswell, Douglas, Elliott, Garcia, Gregory, Hart, Holvey, Horton, Law, Morgan, Pevier, Robinson, Sheavills
Beeston (from): Agana, Ali, Brown, Cowlishaw, Harrison, Hill, Hodges, Hutchinson, Lucas, O’Brien, Rees, Jackson, Knapczyk, Payne
Wollaton scored three late goals to overcome Basford United Community in midweek. They travel to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre to take on another of the league’s newcomers, Nottingham Trent University.
NTU (from): Barr-Rostron, Bartle, Busch, Coates, Cox, Daly, Griggs, Hartley, Hayes, Mordecai, Munro, Payling, Reid, Sprouse
Wollaton (from): Heltort, Krause, Liburd, Branston, Barber, Knight, S Craven, D Craven, Rothwell, Fisher, Towle, James, Kelly, Simpson, Nutt
There’s Friday night football in Division One as Calverton Miners Welfare host Netherfield Albion at Hollinwood Lane.
Calverton (from): Osbourne, Davis, Limb, Wheelhouse, Smith, Harris, Humphries, Scrivens, Bennett, Hodson, Buckle, Moss, Easom, Brett, Williamson
Albion (from): Charlton, Dutton, Dyer, Fowler, Goffe, Hallam, Hatton, Jones, Leivers, Mihai, Robinson, Mahmood, Martin
Kirton Brickworks have won two from two so far. On Saturday they welcome Wollaton Reserves to Station Road.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Birch, Chamberlain, Darch, Hall, Keeley, Norman, O’Rourke, Spencer, Wareham, Watson, Kitchen, Ricketts, Thompson
Wollaton (from): Stanhope, Khachatour, O Reeves, Fawcett, A Reeves, Draycott, D Labbate, Chambers, Sharpe, Markowski, Fragola, Gill, Turner, Clifford, Smithson
There’s also Friday football in Division Two as Beeston Reserves visit Mansfield Hosiery Mills.
Mansfield (from): Aspinall, Bennett, Brown, Craven, Darrington, Derbyshire, Dixon, Eley, Garside, Griffiths, Hill, Hunt, Lomas, Medley, New, Sheridan, Swain, Taylor, Turner, Ward
Beeston (from): Bennett, Bonyai, Drew, Harman, Hill, Moscatelli, O’Brien, Pfaff, Semenytsh, Teixeira, West, Agana, Naylor, Webster
Both Ravenshead and Greyhounders didn’t get off to the starts that they wanted last week, both losing heavily. They meet on Saturday at the Ravenshead Leisure Centre with the home side still missing a number of key players.
Ravenshead (from): Marks, Martin, Harkin, Williams, Goodson, Smith, Yates, Hardwick, D Phillips, J Phillips, Houghton, Liriano, Simons, Hubbard, Foster, Creer-Thornton, Lambert
Greyhounders (from): Aylward, Cole, Hardy, Harewood, Leighton, B Maule, C Maule, Robinson, Smith, Stripling, Wakefield, Johnson, Repper, Robertson