There are several clubs from the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League, supported by Euro Soccer Company, in Notts FA cup action this weekend. In the Senior Cup two NSL sides will be challenging themselves against East Midlands Counties League opposition as Bingham Town host Clipstone at Butt Field and Calverton Miners Welfare entertain Teversal at Hollinwood Lane.
There are four all-NSL ties in the Senior Trophy. Ravenshead will be without Lewis Parkin and Jack Smith for the visit of Ruddington Village to Cornwater. Jacob Woods and Paul Smith could take their places in the squad.
West Bridgford AFC will be looking to avenge a 3-2 defeat in the league at the hands of Hucknall Town Development in both sides’ last outings earlier in November when they meet again at Watnall Road.
Keyworth United Reserves, top of Division Two, will be looking for an upset as they welcome Radford Reserves, third in Division One, to Platt Lane.
Robin Hood Colts entertain Beeston at Sherwood Fields.
Also in the Senior Trophy, Cotgrave Reserves host FC Sez of the Central Midlands League at Woodview.
In the NSL Premier Division, Southwell City will be attempting to break into the top two as they head to Roko to play Magdala Amateurs while Burton Joyce will be trying to remain unbeaten as Wollaton visit the Poplars.
Woodthorpe Park Rangers entertain Eastwood CFC Development at Greenwich Avenue and Keyworth United welcome Stapleford Town to Platt Lane.
Cotgrave head to the Shilo to take on Awsworth Villa, Aslockton & orston host Attenborough at Spa Lane and FC Cavaliers and Sandiacre Town meet at the Forest Sports Zone.
In Division One, AFC Top Valley will be looking to consolidate top spot as they host a resurgent Radcliffe Olympic while Wollaton Reserves and Basford United Community meet at the WSA.
In Division Two, Ruddington Village Reserves will be trying to claim first place outright as they welcome Stapleford Town Reserves to Elms Park.
*Article provided by Robin Griffiths (Nottinghamshire Senior League Press Officer).
*Main image @n55ffc Bingham players celebrate after scoring against Carribbean Cavaliers.