There are some big games at the top of the Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division this weekend. League leaders West Bridgford welcome last season’s league and Cup winners Wollaton to Regatta Way. Wollaton have Jeremy Millenstead and James Hunter back after missing last week but Alex Doyle and Ben Cheatle are still unavailable.
Wollaton (from) L Mitchell, Stockley, Campbell, Lambert, K Mitchell, A Mitchell, Millenstead, Brady,
Alls, Day, Rawson, Hickey, Hunter, A Atkins, C Atkins
It’s second versus third at the Inspire Stadium as Ruddington Village travel to face Real United. Ruddington just edged the reverse fixture two weeks ago but Real weren’t licking their wounds for long, having subsequently won twice, including knocking higher league opposition out of the Nottinghanshire Senior Cup.
Rudd (from): Benwell, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hopkinson, Hudson, Joseph, Johnson, Leslie, McGlaughlin, McMullen, Moore, Newbold, Osborne, Rimington, Sissons, Winch
Bingham Town entertain fourth placed Unity at Butt Field in confident mood after last week’s comeback deep in injury time against Awsworth Villa.
Bingham (from): C Abbott, Hardy, Cox, Nicholson, Carpenter, Spencer, Archer, Snelgrove, Gamble, Morley, Page, Hodgson, Campbell, Brown , Bramwell, G Abbott
FC Cavaliers welcome Burton Joyce to the Forest Recreation Ground. Cavs are looking for their first win since the two sides last met in September.
Cavaliers (from): Shaw, Badikker, Tomsanghe, Danlylszyn, Frow, Blades, John, Jinkinea, Murray, Ubah, Davis, Samuels, O’Connor Richards, Faulkner
Sandhurst manager Bob Crawford has had to name himself in the squad for their trip to Beeston as he only has 14 members of his 18-man squad available. Work commitments account for Nathan Coddington and Adam Roy and their new signing from Kirton Brickworks, Daniel Abbott, is unavailable. Adam Bradford and Robert Kitchen are possibly also out.
Sandhurst (from): Batchelor, Chapman, Cox, Crawford, Hurt, W Kitchen, Land, Lobley, Matthews, Munson, Pearson, Shaw, Tye, Weir
Beeston (from): Brown, K McElhone, L McElhone, West, Pickance, Carter, Walton, Murray, Blaze, Hickey, Starbuck, Taylor, Shiggins, Harrison, Kennerdale, Sweeney, Walsh, Snape
In Division One, bottom club Nottinghamshire welcome Kimberley Miners Welfare Reserves to Grassington Road. Steven Harvey is back from a one game suspension and Notts are also hopeful that Mark Greensmith will be fit to return.
Notts (from): Evans, Harrison, Mitchell, Hope, Groves, Hylton, Gibbons, Lindo, Brittan, Seagrave, Cairns, Betts, Allsop, Greensmith, Harvey
Magdala Amateurs have fitness doubts over their top scorer Neil Morgan as they entertain Calverton Miners Welfare at Roko. Matt Kearns is out with a long-term injury and Daniel Asher, Tom Haw and Thomas Groves are all away.
Magdala (from): Morley, Manion, Bradley, Murdoch, Lucas, Lord, Cassidy, Gunn, Simpson, Whatnall, Bentley, Gould, Hayes, Coffey, Whyman
In Division Two, Nottinghamshire Reserves travel to Digby Street to play Kimberley Miners Welfare AFC. Notts are looking to pick up their first points since the end of August.
Notts (from): Tyler, Brittan, J Johnson, Atkinson, Jones, Gunter, McKenzie, B Newham, A Johnson, Cross, Hodgkinson, Bilgan, Durkin, A Newham, Hameed, Logan, Bucknall, Nangle