Action gets underway in the Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division on Friday evening as third placed Cotgrave welcome Wollaton to Woodview and Calverton Miners Welfare host Basford United Community under the lights at Hollinwood Lane. Wollaton are looking for an uptick in their form, having lost three of their last four league games. Calverton add Jack Harris, Ryan Easom, Danny Pass and James Davis to the squad that beat Attenborough last weekend, but George Scrivener misses out.
On Saturday Newark Flowserve will attempt to maintain their 100% record and five point lead over Southwell City as they travel to the Ron Steel Sports Ground to face AFC Dunkirk. Southwell, on a six game unbeaten run, meanwhile, head to Butt Field to play a Bingham Town side that haven’t lost in their last four outings.
Bilborough Town should welcome back a number of regulars, after they were unavailable for their loss to Southwell last time out, as they make the trip to The Shilo to play Awsworth Villa.
FC Cavaliers meet Magdala Amateurs, who came from two down at Cotgrave to salvage a draw last weekend, at Roko.
Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC entertain Gedling Southbank at the Stag Ground and bottom club Ruddington Village welcome Underwood Villa to Elms Park.
In Division One, Ravenshead welcome back Ash Martin from university for their clash with AFC Bridgford at Cornwater, whilst his brother and skipper Adam hopes to shake off injury, veterans Chris Henson and Paul Smith are out along with Sean Creer-Thornton and Ryan Faulconbridge.
Having failed to win any of their last three matches, Stapleford Town entertain Ashland Rovers at Hickings Lane.
In Division Two, leaders Woodthorpe Park Rangers will attempt to keep their 100% record alive as they travel to Bracken Park to play Underwood Villa Reserves.