Tigers Dealt Playoff Blow

The football may nearly be over-and-done with, in fact some clubs and leagues have already wrapped up their respective season and preparing for the upcoming play-offs, but there’s still a bit to be played for. In Nottinghamshire, that is still the case with several clubs, although Worksop Town’s hopes of making the Northern Premier League…

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Important Win For Worksop

The run-in, it’s getting interesting across the Nottinghamshire non-league scene following Saturday’s round of matches with Worksop Town continuing their push for a play-off spot with victory on the road in the Northern Premier League Premier, whilst Carlton Town are in a similar position in the NPL East after a battling win in the north-east….

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Tigers Through To Q3

A late flurry for Craig Parry’s Worksop Town saw the Nottinghamshire-based side reach the third qualifying round of the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon, when away to Lincoln United. Goalless as the game headed towards the final ten minutes or so, the Tigers turned the outcome on its head with a late, three-goal flurry thanks…

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Basford Back North

Promotion, relegation, reprieves, and lateral movements, has been the name of the game for those powers-that-be at the Football Association over the past few weeks, they sorting out all those comings, and goings, in the non-league system. As Notts County were promoted, via the play-offs, to EFL League Two, this past weekend, it now means…

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Starkie See’s Basford Safe

Bank Holiday madness ensued in the Nottinghamshire non-league scene this Easter Monday, and we’re not talking the heart-breaking, five-goal thriller, between Wrexham and Notts County; further down the pyramid, albeit in just seven games, there was some twenty-five goals scored. Goal machine, Ben Starkie, smashed a brace to ensure Basford’s safety; Worksop scored another four…

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Tigers Equal NPL Record

Record, equalled, as Craig Parry’s Worksop Town moved to 32 games unbeaten on Saturday afternoon, seeing off second placed Hebburn Town, 4-1, at the Windsor Foodservice Stadium, and with it, their hundredth goal of a stunning season. A record that has stood since the early seventies (fifty years on 24 February) is now, very much,…

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