In the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division, Bilborough Town get the weekend’s proceedings underway on Friday night as they travel to the Stag Ground to take on Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC. Town will be without Ricky Law through injury and Liam Taylor and Tommy Street are unavailable. Younger squad members will once more get a run out, hopefully joined by the returning Connor Croft and Ricky Cross.
Sandiacre Town won for the first time in six matches last time out, they’ll have their work cut out on Saturday as they head to Hawton Lane to take on runaway league leaders Newark Flowserve, who have a 100% record.
Second placed FC Cavaliers visit Ruddington Village at Elms Park. Rudd recorded their second league victory of the campaign last week, their first since the opening day of the season.
Southwell City will be without captain Dalton Stephens for the visit of AFC Dunkirk to the War Memorial Ground after he was injured in a road traffic accident earlier in the week.
Elsewhere, Cotgrave welcome Underwood Villa to Woodview, Wollaton will attempt to bounce back from midweek defeat as Magdala Amateurs visit the WSA, Bingham Town entertain Calverton Miners Welfare at Butt Field and Basford United Community host Attenborough at Greenwich Avenue.
In Division One, leaders Netherfield Albion, yet to be beaten this season, have a full squad available for their trip to Platt Lane to play Keyworth United Reserves.
Kirton Brickworks entertain Ravenshead at Station Road. The visitors hope to have Luke Williams and Adam Martin back, new signing George Hadfield looks set to start but they are definitely without Jamie Simons, Ryan Faulconbridge and Mark Smallwood.
In Division Two, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers knocked higher division opposition out of the Junior Cup last weekend but their last league outing resulted in their first defeat of the season. Newark Flowserve Reserves are the visitors to Eagle Valley.