The Nottinghamshire FA Intermediate Cup has reached the semi-final stage and there are three Precision Nottinghamshire Senior League teams represented. In the all-NSL tie Premier Division leaders West Bridgford entertain Ruddington Village Reserves, who are second in Division One, at Regatta Way.
West Bridgford (from): D Martt, Bentley, Charlesworth, Clark, Coole, Erentz, Jones, R Martt, Webster, Belshaw, Newsome, Robinson, Spriggs, Sylla, Westcarr, Labatte, Nice, Kirkby, Tustin, Jackson
Rudd (from): Burke-Campbell, Chambers, N Dunstan, S Dunstan, Hawkins, McIndoe, Orchard, Osborne, Phillips, Richardson, Vickers, Bolstridge, Pearce, Turner
Bingham Town welcome Strelley Rose, who are unbeaten in the Notts Amateur Alliance, to Butt Field. Both cup games kick off at 1.30pm.
Bingham (from): Abbott, Hardy, Hutchison, Carpenter, Nicholson, Page, Snelgrove, Cox, Spencer, Gamble, Archer, Morley, Bramwell, Hodgson, Wall, Thorpe
In the Precision NSL Premier Division, second placed Ruddington Village will attempt to reduce West Bridgford’s lead to single figures as they host Newark Flowserve, unbeaten in Stephen Kirkham’s first four games in charge, at Elms Park.
Rudd (from): Benwell, Blanchard, Carver, Cocks, Davies, Edge, Hassell, Hopkinson, Hudson, Joseph, Leslie, McGlaughlin, McMullen, Osborne, Rhodes, Rimington, Sansom, Starbuck, Winch
Newark (from): Barnes, Betts, Brooks, Broxholme, Dell, Hage, Hurst, Kirkham, O’Connell, Potts, Price, Harrison, Liddell, Walker, Ashley, Bosworth
Wollaton, who haven’t lost since early December, travel to the Norman Archer Memorial Ground to face third placed Clifton All Whites.
Wollaton (from): L Mitchell, Richardson, Hunter, Doyle, K Mitchell, A Mitchell, Millenstead, Stark, Green, Day, Rawson, Brady, Hickey, Stockley, Bignall, Heath
Clifton (from): Clay, Francis, Litchfield, Meakin, Miller, Peel, Price, Reid, Richardson, Thomas, Whitman, Cairns, O’Brien, Palmer
FC Cavaliers will attempt to record back-to-back away wins as they visit the Ron Steel Sports Ground to take on AFC Dunkirk.
Dunkirk (from): Clark, Dudley, Frost, Harbottle, Howes, Lang, Thomas Moore, Toby Moore, Read, Robinson, Roper, Brown, Jackson, Pemberton
Cavs (from): Shaw, Danlylszyn, Faulkner, Frow, Abdulla, John, Cameron-Richards, Owraku-Amponsem, Taylor, Tomusange, Blades, Beraki, Babikker, O’Connor-Richards
Bilborough Town should have a full squad available, including new signing Anthony Peach, as they look to get over their penalty loss heartbreak in the NSL Senior Cup in midweek by welcoming Beeston to Eagle Valley.
Town (from): Ivanov, Battison, Caoduro, Lee, D Kane, Jackson, Woodward, Webster, Roome, Palmer, Hayles, Street, Peach, Cooper, R Law, J Kane, T Law
Beeston (from): Blaze, Brown, Carter, McElhone, Murray, Pickance, Shiggins, Staples, Taylor, Vipond, Walton, Allen, Hickey, Draper
In Division One, Ashland Rovers travel to Station Road to play Kirton Brickworks without the injured Danny Moss and Lee Smith.
Kirton (from): Baines, Birch, Darch, Garratt, D Hall, M Hall, Kirk, Norman, Ricketts, Smith, Ward, Dobson, Wass, Watson
Rovers (from): Barnes, Beavis, Bircumshaw, Butler, G Evans, M Evans, Goss, Greenham, Hall, Jackson, Martin, A Revuelta, P Revuelta, D Smith, Summers
In Division Two, leaders AFC Clifton continue their pursuit of their first win in 2016 as they travel to Underwood Villa Reserves. Seven regulars have been out injured since December but all bar one should return.
Villa (from): D Askew, L Askew, Dainty, Greaves, Haydon, Lawson, Limb, Minett, Roberts, Smith, Weston, Marriott
Clifton (from): Currie, Watkinson, Richards, Evison, C Farmer, Nolan, Pearson, Foster, Kerry, Bell, Elvidge, L Farmer, Sharpe, Boulton, Lamb, Davidson, Kavanagh