Mapperley-based sports writer Marc Williams shares his own opinions and thoughts on national footballing topics.
Jamie Sleigh scored twice as Heanor Town eased to a 5-0 victory over Gedling Miners Welfare at the Town Ground on Tuesday night.
Groundhoppers. Raffles. Togetherness – all synonymous with non-league football. This is the proper game and there is nothing else like it.
A stunning second half comeback saw 10-man Gedling Miners Welfare book their place in the quarter finals of the Nottinghamshire Senior Cup
Gedling Miners Welfare moved up to sixth in the East Midlands Counties League with a comfortable victory over Clifton All Whites at Plains Road.
Gedling Miners Welfare returned to winning ways after comfortably beating Shirebrook Town at Langwith Road.
A strike from debutant Paolo Piliero five minutes from time secured a sensational draw for Gedling Miners Welfare against Heanor Town at Plains Road.
Gedling Miners Welfare made it three wins on the spin as they came from behind to beat Radford at the CDW Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Welfare return to winning ways and go top after comfortable win