There’s a Friday night fixture in the Precision NSL this week as Bilborough Town entertain Burton Joyce at the Brian Wakefield Ground, Lenton Lane (7.30pm kick-off). The sides drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture last week, with Bilborough missing a last minute penalty.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Nadif, Nicholson, Jackson, Street, Williams, Harrison, Roome, Webster, McMorran, Hayles, Wilcox, Croft, Law
Wollaton opened up a six point gap at the top of the Senior Division when they overturned a two goal deficit to beat Awsworth Villa 3-2 in midweek. They will attempt to consolidate that position as they travel to Forest Lane on Saturday to face second-bottom Sandhurst.
Wollaton (from): Turner, Doyle, Tarr, Lambert, McKeever, Stark, Campbell, Millenstead, Mitchell, Bowen, Day, Rawson, Johnson, Atkins, Hunter, Middleton
Bingham Town welcome West Bridgford to Butt Field for a match that pits two of the promoted sides against one another. Both have had successful first seasons in the top flight with Bingham currently fifth and Bridgford second, the latter having also reached the Senior Cup final.
Town (from): C Abbott, Hardy, Page, Nicholson, Carpenter, Turton, Cox, Snelgrove, Spencer, Archer, G Abbott, Morley, Hodgson, Gammon, Sweeting
Beeston have lost their last four but arguably their performances have deserved more rewards. They hope to have Lee Croft, Craig Howkins and Daniel Dixon back available but captain James Knight is away for the visit of Ruddington Village to the Hetley Pearson Rec.
Beeston (from): Dodsworth, Cheatle, McDonald, McCormack, Jude, Cook, Bentley, N Knight, Fryer, Bishop, Dixon, Croft, O’Brien, Wilkinson, Howkins, Richardson
Boots Athletic play Kirton Brickworks at Hollinwood Lane in the first of back-to-back games against The Brickies. Chemists’ boss Chris Galley will be buoyed by two drawn games against Ruddington and Bingham as he goes in search of the first victory of his reign.
Boots (from): Hurst, Wigley, Taylor, Walsh, Hutchinson, Lucas, Jaygo, Neil, Jackson, Talbot, Robinson, Calladine, R Palmer, Heath, Gorey, Ridgway, Blair, A Palmer, Winstanley
In Division One, Southwell City Reserves travel to the WSA to face Wollaton Reserves. Southwell narrowly lost to Netherfield Albion last time out; Wollaton drew with Junior Cup finalists Linby Colliery Welfare Reserves in midweek.
City (from): Oxborrow, Barrowcliffe, Bryant, Stocks, Carlisle, Fletcher, Watson, Turpin, Ryan, Walters, Morris, Swan, Garratt, Wheat
In Division Two, AFC Clifton welcome division leaders Aspley Park to the Charnwood Sports Centre. The two teams had contrasting fortunes in midweek: Clifton narrowly lost to Calverton Miners Welfare whereas Aspley scored five in defeating Underwood Villa Reserves.
AFC Clifton (from): Currie, Richards, Evison, C Farmer, Hickman, Pearson, Wilson, Commander, Kerry, J Foster, Sheffield, Bolstridge, Boulton, Hunt, P Foster