In the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division second placed Ruddington Village will be attempting to keep their unbeaten start to the season, and 100 per cent home record, going as they welcome Underwood Villa to Elms Park. Newly promoted Villa are mid-table having won three and lost three.
Ruddington (from): Edge, Benwell, Carver, Davies, Heap, Hudson, McGlaughin, McMullen, Osbourne, Rhodes, Rimington, Leslie, Sissons, Moore, Hudson, Newbold, Hassell, Johnson
Bilborough Town travel to Unity on Saturday where their old friend Winston Blackwood is at the helm. Unity secretary Steve Clifford is also a close friend of the club but it will be business time as Town look to put last Saturday’s defeat to Attenborough behind them. Unity are level on points with Bilborough but have played two games fewer.
Town (from): Ivanov, Woodward, Jackson, Street, Cooper, Palmer, McMorran, Roome, Cross, Websster, Law, Kane, Copeland, Battison, Swallow, Hayles
In Division One, Kirton Brickworks host Hucknall Rolls Leisure Reserves at Station Road. Jamie Birch and Dan Hall miss out for The Brickies through holiday. Ben Smith, James Taylor, Stef Frost and Jack McWilliams all return to the squad alongside new signings John Fox and Scott Ricketts. Ricketts has returned to the club following a brief spell at Bilsthorpe.
Kirton (from): Abbott, Baines, Cooper, Frost, Garratt, Gilbert, Godber, Gretton, M Hall, Wass, Longden, Oram, Sanderson, Darch, Smith, Taylor, McWilliams, Fox, Ricketts
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton travel to Eagle Valley to face Bilborough Town Reserves. A 9-1 win over Bilborough United Reserves took Clifton to the top of the table last weekend. Town are bottom of the table having lost all six of their games so far.
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, Farmer, Hickman, P Foster, Pearson, Wilson, Kerry, Sheffield, Boulton, Elvidge, Bell, C Wray, Nolan, Kavanagh