Saturday, 29 April 2017

Midweek games - local teams in action w/c 1st May

It is advisable to check your game of choice is still going ahead - strange things happen to fixture lists at this time of the season! 

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog


Monday 1st May

BELPER NURSING CUP FINAL
* Belper Utd 2-3 Swanwick PR (aet FT 2-2)


Tuesday 2nd May

NOTTS F.A. SENIOR CUP FINAL
Basford Utd 1-4 Carlton Town

DERBYSHIRE SENIOR CUP FINAL
Matlock Town 5-0 Gresley FC

LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND CFA CUP FINAL
Leicester Road 2-1 Holwell Sports

EMCL
* Belper Utd 0-0 Anstey Nomads

NSL PREMIER
Aston Utd H-W Basford Utd CFC (home walkover)
Awsworth Villa 1-2 Attenborough FC 
Ruddington Village 1-1 Nottm Trent Uni 
Unity FC 2-3 Cotgrave FC 

NMDFL U19 CUP FINAL
Sandiacre Town 2-1 Sheffield FC (aet F-T 1-1)

NMDFL U21 NORTH
Worksop Town 3-3 Hallam FC

NMDFL U19 NORTH
Retford Utd 2-3 Chesterfield FC


Wednesday 3rd May

NOTTS F.A. SATURDAY MINOR CUP FINAL
AC Wollaton 0-3 Aslockton Cranmers 

EMCL
* Borrowash Victoria 2-2 South Normanton Athletic

CMFL NORTH
Collingham FC 2-2 AFC Bentley


Thursday 4th May

NSL PREMIER
Aston Utd P-P Unity FC
Nottm Trent Uni 5-1 Attenborough FC 
Sandiacre Town 0-1 Underwood Villa 

NMDFL U21 CUP
AFC Mansfield 0-1 Belper Town 

NMDFL U21 SOUTH
Ilkeston FC 1-5 Carlton Town 

NMDFL U19 NORTH
Retford Utd 1-1 Worksop Town

NMDFL U19 SOUTH
* Kimberley MW 8-2 West Bridgford Colts


Friday 5th May

NOTTS F.A. INTERMEDIATE CUP FINAL 
* AFC Dunkirk 4-3 Basford Utd CFC 

NMDFL U21 SOUTH
Eastwood CFC 2-3 Sherwood Colliery 

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Saturday 29th April - local teams in action

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog. 

EFL U18 YOUTH ALLIANCE
Mansfield Town 0-1 Grimsby Town 

MFL PREMIER
Heanor Town 1-2 AFC Wulfrunians
Lye Town 1-0 Loughborough University
Shepshed Dynamo 3-3 Quorn FC
Tividale FC 2-4 Long Eaton Utd

AFC Mansfield 1-4 Pickering Town
Liversedge FC 3-1 Retford Utd
Rainworth MW 1-2 Hemsworth MW
Staveley MW 3-0 Clipstone FC
Worksop Town 0-2 Thackley FC

Anstey Nomads 2-0 Kimberley MW
Ashby Ivanhoe 1-1 South Normanton Ath
Birstall Utd 2-0 Dunkirk FC
Borrowash Victoria 1-3 West Bridgford
Ellistown & Ibstock Utd 1-2 Barrow Town
Graham St Prims 0-3 Belper Utd
Holbrook Sports 2-7 Aylestone Park
Stapenhill FC 3-2 Arnold Town

AFC Bentley 5-2 Bilsthorpe FC
Collingham FC 5-4 Clay Cross Town
Dronfield Town Res 2-1 Newark Town
F.C. Bolsover (eleven) 11-0 Phoenix FC
Retford FC 0-2 Tideswell Utd
Welbeck Lions 5-2 Thorne Colliery

Sherwood Colliery (thirteen) 13-0 Keyworth Utd
South Normanton FC 3-1 Holbrook St. Michaels
Southwell City 4-2 Blidworth Welfare
Swanwick PR 2-0 Matlock Town Res

AFC Dunkirk 3-2 Newark Flowserve
Basford Utd CFC 1-2 Nottm Trent Uni
Bilborough Town 2-4 Wollaton FC
Bingham Town 0-1 Attenborough FC
F.C. Cavaliers 0-1 Clifton AW
Ruddington Village 0-3 Awsworth Villa
Underwood Villa 1-1 Magdala Amateurs
Unity FC P-P Aston Utd

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Midweek games - local teams in action w/c 24th April

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog.  At this time of the season, things change - it is advisable to double check your game of choice is actually going ahead before you travel


Monday 24th April

NATIONAL U19 ALLIANCE
* Ilkeston FC 3-1 Peterborough Utd

EMCL
* Borrowash Victoria 2-3 Radcliffe Olympic

NMDFL U21 CUP
Chesterfield FC 0-1 AFC Mansfield


Tuesday 25th April

CENTRAL LEAGUE
* Mansfield Town Res 0-2 Rotherham Utd Res

NOTTS F.A. SUNDAY MINOR CUP FINAL
* GCS FC 0-2 Warren FC

CMFL RESERVE LEAGUE CUP FINAL
Staveley MW Res 6-2 Radford Res (k.o. 7:45pm at Pinxton FC)

EMCL
Anstey Nomads 1-4 South Normanton Ath
Dunkirk FC (thirteen) 13-0 Graham Street Prims
Ellistown & Ibstock Utd 1-5 Ashby Ivanhoe

CMFL NORTH
Dronfield Town Res 1-2 Collingham FC

NSL PREMIER
Aston Utd 2-2 F.C. Cavaliers
Cotgrave FC 1-2 Ruddington Village
Magdala Amateurs 1-4 Clifton AW
Nottm Trent Uni 6-2 Newark Flowserve

NMDFL U21 SOUTH
Sherwood Colliery 2-0 Ilkeston FC

NMDFL U19 NORTH
Swallownest MW 6-2 Retford Utd
Worksop FC 2-0 Chesterfield FC

NMDFL U19 SOUTH
Kimberley MW 0-3 Southwell City


Wednesday 26th April

NATIONAL U19 ALLIANCE
* Ilkeston FC 5-5 Basford Utd

OTHER FIXTURE
* Basford Utd Academy 3-6 Nottm Trent University

NOTTS F.A. SUNDAY JUNIOR CUP FINAL
Newark Town 3-0 Crown FC

EMCL 
Borrowash Victoria 0-2 Barrow Town

CMFL NORTH
F.C. Bolsover 5-1 Clay Cross Town

NSL PREMIER
Unity FC 3-2 AFC Dunkirk

NSL DIV 1
* Awsworth Villa Res 4-2 AFC Clifton
Kimberley MW Res P-P Bilborough Utd
Netherfield Albion 0-12 (twelve) Ashland Rovers


Thursday 27th April

LOUGHBOROUGH CHARITY CUP FINAL
Loughborough Dynamo 7-0 Loughborough FC

MAA CUP FINAL
* Old Elizabethans 4-0 Trent Vineyard

CMFL NORTH
Harworth Colliery 1-2 Collingham FC

NSL PREMIER
Awsworth Villa 1-0 Aston Utd

NMDFL U21 NORTH
Staveley MW 1-2 Dronfield Town

NMDFL U21 SOUTH
Belper Town 6-0 Eastwood CFC

NMDFL U19 NORTH
Retford Utd P-P Chesterfield FC

NMDFL U19 SOUTH
Sandiacre Town 2-2 Mansfield Town


Friday 28th April

NOTTS F.A. U18 SATURDAY CUP FINAL
* Lowdham Colts Black 2-6 Manor Youth

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Saturday 22nd April - local teams in action

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors or omissions, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog

EFL YOUTH ALLIANCE 
Mansfield Town U18 2-1 Burton Albion U18 (k.o. 11:00am at Rainworth MW)

NL NORTH
Altrincham FC 1-1 Alfreton Town

NP PREMIER
Ashton Utd 1-0 Ilkeston FC
Marine FC 5-5 Buxton FC
Matlock Town 1-1 Warrington Town
Mickleover Sports 3-0 Frickley Athletic

NP DIV 1 SOUTH
AFC Rushden & Diamonds 5-1 Carlton Town
Basford Utd 6-0 Newcastle Town
Belper Town 3-3 Chasetown FC
Loughborough Dynamo 4-1 Market Drayton Town

MFL PREMIER
Loughborough University 2-1 Shepshed Dynamo
Rocester FC 2-1 Long Eaton Utd
Walsall Wood 1-3 Heanor Town

NCEL PREMIER
Cleethorpes Town 4-1 AFC Mansfield
Clipstone FC 1-3 Armthorpe Welfare
Garforth Town 1-2 Rainworth MW
Hemsworth MW 3-1 Staveley MW
Retford Utd 1-3 Handsworth Parramore
Worksop Town 3-3 Maltby Main

NCEL DIV 1
Selby Town 1-1 Teversal FC 
Shirebrook Town 0-4 Grimsby Borough
Westella & Willerby 0-1 Ollerton Town

EMCL
Barrow Town 2-2 Arnold Town
Belper Utd 3-0 Dunkirk FC
Birstall Utd 6-1 Graham St Prims
Blaby & Whetstone Athletic 4-2 Borrowash Victoria
Ellistown & Ibstock Utd 1-2 Kimberley MW
Holwell Sports 0-3 West Bridgford
Radcliffe Olympic 2-2 Ashby Ivanhoe
South Normanton Athletic 2-0 Radford FC

CMFL NORTH
Bilsthorpe FC 1-2 Tideswell Utd
Harworth Colliery 1-2 F.C. Bolsover
Newark Town 6-2 Welbeck Lions

CMFL SOUTH
Keyworth Utd 2-0 Blidworth Welfare
Selston FC 1-0 Pinxton FC
Sherwood Colliery 2-2 Mickleover RBL
Swanwick PR 0-0 Holbrook St. Michaels

NSL PREMIER
AFC Dunkirk 1-1 Basford Utd CFC
Aston Utd 2-1 Attenborough FC 
Bilborough Town 2-2 Awsworth Villa
F.C. Cavaliers 0-0 Magdala Amateurs
Nottm Trent University 0-3 Ruddington Village
Real Utd 5-1 Unity FC
Sandiacre Town 0-2 Bingham Town

Monday, 17 April 2017

Monday 17th - Friday 21st April - local teams in action

It is advisable to check your game of choice is still going ahead - strange things happen to fixture lists at this time of the season!

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors or omissions, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog


Monday 17th April

Tamworth FC 4-1 Alfreton Town

Buxton FC 2-1 Matlock Town
Ilkeston FC 0-1 Mickleover Sports

Carlton Town 0-0 Basford Utd
Gresley FC 0-1 Loughborough Dynamo
Sheffield FC 0-1 Belper Town

Coventry Utd 0-0 Loughborough University
Heanor Town 2-3 Quorn FC
Long Eaton Utd 2-0 Coventry Sphinx
Shepshed Dynamo 1-1 St. Andrews

Belper Utd 5-1 Stapenhill FC
* Graham St Prims 0-0 Borrowash Victoria (k.o. 12 noon)
Kimberley MW 1-1 Radford FC

Harworth Colliery 1-5 Retford FC
Tideswell Utd 1-3 Clay Cross Town

* Hucknall Town 5-0 Linby CW
Teversal Res 0-1 Sherwood Colliery


Tuesday 18th

* Gedling MW 0-3 Arnold Town
West Bridgford 0-1 Radcliffe Olympic

Matlock Town Res 2-0 Pinxton FC

Aston Utd 4-0 Newark Flowserve 
Magdala Amateurs 3-2 Basford Utd CFC 
Nottm Trent University 5-3 AFC Dunkirk
Underwood Villa 1-3 Clifton AW 

Mansfield Hosiery Mills 5-3 Awsworth Villa Res 

Worksop Town 0-3 Harworth Colliery

Staveley MW 1-2 Chesterfield FC

Sherwood Colliery 1-0 AFC Mansfield

Eastwood CFC 8-3 West Bridgford Colts


Wednesday 19th April

NATIONAL U19 ALLIANCE
Football CV Reds 1-3 Basford Utd
Ilkeston FC 1-2 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 

* Clifton Dynamo 1-0 Kimberley MW

Workington FC 2-0 Ilkeston FC

South Normanton Athletic 3-1 Holbrook Sports

Newark Town 2-3 Collingham FC

Southwell City 0-5 Selston FC

Awsworth Villa 3-4 Wollaton FC 
Unity FC 2-0 Attenborough FC

Carlton Town 3-0 Ilkeston FC


Thursday 20th April

NAA KEITH RADFORD CHALLENGE CUP FINAL
* Arnold Saints 3-1 Woodthorpe Park Rangers (k.o. 7:30pm @ Arnold Town FC)

Belper Town 3-2 Sheffield FC

Heanor Town 3-1 Eastwood CFC

Swallownest MW 0-2 Sandiacre Town

Worksop Town 0-5 Retford Utd


Friday 21st April

NATIONAL U19 ALLIANCE
* Ilkeston FC 0-1 Mansfield Town Brooksby (k.o. 12 noon)

* Radcliffe Olympic Inters 2-8 Kimberley MW Black (k.o.7:30pm @ Eastwood CFC) 

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Saturday 15th April - local teams in action

NL NORTH
Alfreton Town 0-1 Darlington 1883

NP PREMIER
Buxton FC 0-1 Grantham Town
Mickleover Sports 4-1 Barwell FC
Nantwich Town 3-0 Ilkeston FC
Sutton Coldfield Town 2-3 Matlock Town

NP DIV 1 SOUTH
Belper Town 3-1 Kidsgrove Athletic

MFL PREMIER
AFC Wulfrunians 0-1 Shepshed Dynamo
Heanor Town 2-1 Stourport Swifts
Long Eaton Utd 3-3 Westfields FC
Loughborough University 1-1 Shawbury Utd

NCEL PREMIER
AFC Mansfield 5-0 Clipstone FC
Barton Town OB 2-0 Worksop Town
Maltby Main 2-1 Retford Utd
Rainworth MW 0-3 Parkgate FC

NCEL DIV 1
Ollerton Town 0-3 Hallam FC
Teversal FC 1-0 Shirebrook Town

EMCL
Arnold Town 5-0 Ellistown & Ibstock Utd
Barrow Town 0-2 Radford FC
Belper Utd 1-2 Radcliffe Olympic
Graham St Prims 3-4 Kimberley MW
Holwell Sports 2-2 Dunkirk FC
South Normanton Ath 0-3 Birstall Utd
Stapenhill FC 4-0 Gedling MW

CMFL NORTH
Collingham FC 5-1 Welbeck Lions
Dronfield Town Res P-P Bilsthorpe FC
Harworth Colliery 0-3 Tideswell Utd
Retford FC 2-0 Askern FC

CMFL SOUTH
Matlock Town Res 6-4 Southwell City
Mickleover RBL 0-1 Hucknall Town
Pinxton FC 6-1 Keyworth Utd
Swanwick PR 3-0 South Normanton FC

NSL PREMIER
AFC Dunkirk 4-0 Bilborough Town
Attenborough FC 1-5 Nottm Trent University
Basford Utd CFC 4-1 Ruddington Village
Clifton AW 4-0 Real Utd
Cotgrave FC 6-0 Bingham Town
Magdala Amateurs 0-1 Aston Utd
Newark Flowserve 0-4 Awsworth Villa
Wollaton FC 1-2 F.C. Cavaliers

South Normanton FC 4-4 Sherwood Colliery

Date: 11th April 2017
Competition: Central Midlands Football League South Division
Venue: Lees Lane, South Normanton
Attendance: H/C 55
MOM: Ricky Starbuck - tremendous all round game 
Admission: £4.00/£2.00 concession

This result finally put to rest any Sherwood hopes that they had of securing the league title. They needed to win all their remaining four games, with a +10 goal difference. The league title is now Selston's to lose. All they have to do is win both their upcoming fixtures. Anything else will see Eastwood CFC crowned as champions. 


This game saw 5th placed South Normanton entertain 3rd placed Sherwood - on paper it was never going to be an easy game for the visitors to win. The home team were forced back on their heels right from the off, and struggled to cope with the pace and skill of the attacking forwards. The Sherwood pressure was all for naught though, as the Shiners took the lead against the run of play in the 14th minute, Shaun Smith's close range header flying past Alex Smith in the Sherwood goal after their defence had failed to clear. 

The lead lasted barely 10 minutes, prolific goalscorer Liam Theakstone allowed space to jump and meet Ricky Starbuck's perfect corner to head powerfully home in front of goal. Dale Gilliatt saw his 25 yard effort fly just wide on the half hour mark as the visitors began to re-apply pressure. The pressing finally paid dividends on 34 when Starbuck fired home from close range after Jimmy Adcock's shot had been well saved by Branon Meehan, and Theakstone's effort had been hacked off the line, the ball falling kindly at the feet of the Sherwood left back. Two minutes later it was all square again, this time Tom Lewis stepping up to fire home from the spot after he had been brought down as he raced in on goal. H-T 2-2

Starbuck was almost on the score-sheet again, connecting with a cross from the right soon after the re-start, but on this occasion there was a covering player on the Shiners' line. Sherwood weren't to be denied for long though, and were back in front on 55 when Steve Sowter was on hand to sweep the ball home after Meehan had punched a Julian Topliss shot into his path. Meehan was culpable again on 63,  this time failing to keep hold of a Starbuck free-kick, allowing Jobe Shaw the simple task of drilling the loose ball into the back of the net. In the 70th minute, Shaw almost chalked up his second, but his volley from 25 yards flew just over the bar. Meehan did well to save from Theakstone on 77 after the striker had been played in on goal by Topliss.

With 4 minutes of regulation time to go, the home team reduced their arrears to just the one goal - Lewis again on the score-sheet, firing a low drive from an acute angle that flew through the legs of Adcock before entering the goal at the far stick. So, 3-4 and I reckon a few twitchy bums on the Sherwood bench! 

The visitors almost snatched a fifth soon after, when Meehan had a rush of blood and advanced way out of his area - tempting Jamie Yorke into having a pop at the empty net from some 40+ yards. Luckily for the keeper, the shot hit the top of the bar and the ball was eventually cleared. Walking towards the exit I said to Kev that Rob Fretwell had had a fairly quiet game and was a likely candidate to grab the home team a late equaliser. Wouldn't you know it, in the 4th minute of added time he found space to shoot in the box and peeled away like a good 'un after the ball beat Smith in the Sherwood goal to bring the scores level. Referee Arsali called a halt to proceeding sixty seconds later. F-T 4-4. A great advert for the non-league game - an eight goal thriller well worth the entry fee. 

Sunday, 9 April 2017

On The Road : Sunday 2nd - Saturday 8th April 2017 - a few notes


Sunday 2nd April - Saturday  8th April
 
Sunday was another visit to Eagle Valley, this time to see Arnold Town Ladies take on Mansfield Town Ladies in a EMWFL Plate fixture. Met up with Richard Lane before kick off, but 20 minutes into the game we were both left wondering why we were there!



Both teams seemed to be able to pick out a colleague as pass after pass went astray - and that was despite one team wearing purple and one yellow. I am an advocate of the ladies game and try to get to as many games as possible, but this was poor - and I'm sure the players will agree. Androulla Kokkinou put the Stags ladies ahead in the first half, but were pulled back by a Mollie Rowden goal 15 minutes from time, giving us the scenario of the dreaded extra-time. There had been quite a few stoppages during the second period though, and as we entered into the 7th minute of time added, Mansfield's Laura Watton slotted home to save us from a further 30 minutes of pain. F-T Arnold Town Ladies 1-2 Mansfield Town Ladies




 Monday was a blank, so on to Tuesday - the CMFL Floodlit Cup final between Sherwood Colliery of the South Division, and Retford FC of the North. This was a game that Sherwood dominated from minute one, and they deservedly went in at the break 3-1 up, thanks to goals from Julian Topliss, Ewan Roberts and an og, with Retford's solitary reply coming from the spot on 44. H-T 3-1
 
Topliss added his second on 55, then Retford's no.5 smashed home a free-kick to make it 4-2, but the match ball went to Topliss who grabbed his third from the spot late on in proceedings. The Topliss goals saw him become the highest scorer for Sherwood, with 40 from 52 appearances. F-T Sherwood Colliery 5-2 Retford FC
 
Wednesday afternoon game - University of Nottm v Nottm Trent University - BUCS play-off game. A huge turn out for this Varsity game, with plenty of beer imbibed - the huge amount of empty cans and bottles a testament to the student fraternity who certainly don't seem to lack a few bob where booze is concerned! Jack Duffy grabbed the only goal of the game for Trent Uni, a cracking second half header.  F-T University of Nottm 0-1 Nottm Trent Uni


Decent attendance for the Varsity game
 
Wednesday evening saw me at the Hollingwood Lane home of Calverton MW to watch Awsworth Villa Res play West Bridgford AFC in a Notts Senior League Junior Cup semi-final. Awsworth looked on paper to be the favourites, lying mid-table in NSL Div One, with their opponents fifth in Div Two.


The first half was goal-less, with little of note to mention, and we had to wait right until the 82nd minute for a breakthrough goal, and then it was AFC who were celebrating Jack Gray's strike.  They failed to hold on to the lead though, and George Cooper levelled for Villa seconds before the final whistle. F-T 1-1

So - extra time and a trip to the car to get my gloves - it was perishing pitch-side.  The game went to penalties after Cooper and Gray had both scored again in the added 30 minutes. AET 2-2. Awsworth won the shoot-out 6-5 and advance to the final where they will take on Kimberely MW Reserves at Sandiacre Town on Saturday 6th May.
 
Thursday was supposed to have been Dunkirk U19 v Eastwood CFC U19, but Dunkirk had resigned from the league, so no game.
 
Friday was another blank, so on to Saturday afternoon and a visit to the Town Ground to see Heanor Town entertain Loughborough University in a Midland Football League Premier Division fixture.
 
Date : Saturday 8th April
Venue: The Town Ground, Mayfield Road, Heanor
Attendance : 137
Admission: £6.00/£4.00 concession
 
Line-ups:
Heanor : McCormack, Marriott, Layton, Craddock, Roulston (c), Whitmore, Wilkinson, Hall, Naylor, DeBrouwer, Cooper. Subs: Benger, Brown, Wilson. Warner, Power.

Loughborough: O'Keefe, Trotman, Callum, Rankin, Jackson, Legg (c), Last, Read, Ward-Cochrane, Dinsmore, Crookes. Subs: Welch, Eneremadu, Bridge, Stock.



 
Loughborough were quickly out of the blocks and Ben Ward-Cochrane was soon in the thick of the action, breaking free of his marker before steering the ball just wide of the Heanor goal. Jay Cooper tried his luck from 25 yards on 11, but the shot struck the foot of the post and the loose ball hacked away to safety. Ward-Cochrane had another effort sail past the outside of the post with 24 played, and as the home team began to fade a little as the half drew to a close, they almost conceded when Ben Last's corner was met by Elliott Legg,  the Uni skipper's shot well blocked as it arrowed towards the goal. H-T 0-0

 
Luke Trotman forced a decent save from Joey McCormack within three minutes of the restart then soon after, Cooper drew a good save from Conor O'Keefe.  O'Keefe had to be alert again soon after, scrambling on the deck to keep out Cooper as he ran in on goal.  Last saw his long shot strike the foot of the post on 52, then O'Keefe had to be at this best to foil Joe Naylor after Nick Hall had headed on.  The visitors went ahead on 63, after McCormack's poor kick fell to Alex Read and when he fed Ward-Cochrane, the striker made no mistake driving the ball home.
 
The goal seemed to galvanise the home team and they began to look the stronger team as the game entered it's final stages.  Hall did well down the right, fending off numerous challenges before rolling the ball to Marriott whose cross was headed just over by Nathan Benger. With 10 to play, Benger did find the back of the net, his looping header clearing O'Keefe and chalking up the strikers 150th in a Lions shirt.

Loughborough were now up against it as Heanor pressed for the winner - a winner that duly arrived two minutes from time. Keenon Layton fired in a cross from the left that Naylor nodded on to the far stick where Hall was on hand to head home.  On reflection, a point each would have been fair, but how often is football fair? Good luck to Uni in their fight to stay in the MFL Premier division, but if they continue to apply themselves as they did in this game, they should be able to secure the points they need to survive the drop. F-T 2-1 


Saturday, 8 April 2017

Midweek fixtures - local teams in action w/c 10th April

It is advisable to check your game of choice is still going ahead - strange things happen to fixture lists at this time of the season!

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors or omissions, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog

Monday 10th April

Maltock Town Reserves 2-1 Tintwistle Athletic

Dronfield Town 2-2 Staveley MW

Belper Town 1-0 Borrowash Victoria


Tuesday 11th April

Ilkeston FC 0-0 Halesowen Town
Mickleover Sports 0-1 Whitby Town
Workington FC 2-0 Buxton FC

Carlton Town 4-4 Stamford FC
Spalding Utd 0-0 Basford Utd

Clipstone FC 0-3 Cleethorpes Town

Anstey Nomads 1-2 Borrowash Victoria
Radford FC 4-0 Gedling MW

Aylestone Park 0-1 Dunkirk FC 

South Normanton FC 4-4 Sherwood Colliery

Attenborough FC 5-1 Sandiacre Town 
Magdala Amateurs 1-2 Ruddington Village 
Nottm Trent University 3-2 F.C. Cavaliers 
Real Utd 4-3 Newark Flowserve

West Bridgford Colts 2-4 Mansfield Town


Wednesday 12th April

Northwich Victoria 1-5 Loughborough Dynamo

South Normanton Athletic 2-1 Kimberley MW

F.C. Bolsover 1-1 Newark Town
Retford FC 0-2 Collingham FC

Blidworth Welfare 0-5 Hucknall Town
Keyworth Utd 0-5 Swanwick PR

Aston Utd 3-2 AFC Dunkirk 
Awsworth Villa 2-0 Bilborough Town


Thursday 13th April

Carlton Town P-P Eastwood CFC
Ilkeston FC 1-2 Sherwood Colliery

Southwell City 3-1 Kimberley MW


Friday 14th April

Garforth Town v Staveley MW

Sheffield FC v Retford Utd

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Saturday 8th April - local teams in action

Links to relevant sites are bold and underlined. If you spot any errors or omissions, please let me know via twitter @ontheroadblog

NL NORTH

FC Halifax Town 1-0 Alfreton Town

NP PREMIER

Buxton FC 2-1 Coalville Town
Hednesford Town 0-2 Matlock Town
Ilkeston FC 1-2 Stourbridge FC
Marine FC 1-3 Mickleover Sports

NP DIV 1 SOUTH

Bedworth Utd 0-2 Belper Town
Carlton Town 1-1 Romulus FC
Rugby Town 0-1 Loughborough Dynamo
Stamford FC 2-3 Basford Utd

MFL PREMIER

Alvechurch FC 2-2 Shepshed Dynamo
Heanor Town 2-1 Loughborough University
Walsall Wood 1-0 Long Eaton Utd

NCEL PREMIER

AFC Mansfield 1-1 Hemsworth MW
Athersley Recreation 1-1 Clipstone FC
Parkgate FC 1-0 Staveley MW
Worksop Town 1-4 Bridlington Town

NCEL DIV 1

Shirebrook Town 0-2 Penistone Church
Winterton Rangers 2-0 Ollerton Town
Worsborough Bridge Ath 3-0 Teversal FC

EMCL

Anstey Nomads A-A South Normanton Ath
Ashby Ivanhoe 1-0 Holwell Sports
Birstall Utd P-P Graham St Prims
Borrowash Victoria 1-1 Holbrook Sports
Dunkirk FC 3-1 Arnold Town
Ellistown & Ibstock Utd 1-9 Belper Utd
Gedling MW P-P Greenwood Meadows
Radcliffe Olympic 1-2 Kimberley MW
Radford FC 3-1 Aylestone Park
Stapenhill FC 1-2 Barrow Town
West Bridgford 2-1 Blaby & Whetstone Ath

CMFL NORTH

Collingham FC  (twenty-three) 23-1 Thorne Colliery   
Dinnington Town 1-5 Retford FC
Dronfield Town Res 2-1 Harworth Colliery
Phoenix FC 0-4 Clay Cross Town
Tideswell Utd 1-2 Newark Town
Welbeck Lions 0-2 AFC Bentley

CMFL SOUTH

Hucknall Town 7-0 Southwell City
Matlock Town Res 1-3 Sherwood Colliery
South Normanton FC 3-2 Blidworth Welfare
Swanwick PR 2-1 Selston FC
Teversal Res 0-0 Holbrook St. Michaels

NSL PREMIER

Attenborough FC 0-2 Aston Utd
Awsworth Villa P-P Ruddington Village
Clifton AW 4-2 Sandiacre Town
F.C. Cavaliers 0-3 Bilborough Town
Newark Flowserve 0-2 Bingham Town
Real Utd 2-4 AFC Dunkirk
Underwood Villa 1-1 Nottm Trent University
Unity FC 1-4 Basford Utd CFC
Wollaton FC 3-2 Cotgrave FC