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Saturday, December 4, 2021
Tim Adcock

MATCH REPORT: Long Eaton Utd Community 1-1 Linby CWFC

Linby Manager Andy Tring welcomed back a few players missing from last week and some new loan signings from Eastwood
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MATCH REPORT: Hilton Harriers 2-3 Linby Colliery Welfare FC

Manager Andy Tring was again forced into changes, due to injuries, illness and unavailability.
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MATCH REPORT: Mickleover RBL 2 Linby CW 2

A draw away at a resurgent RBL team, who boasted three ex Heanor players, was definitely a point gained considering we had six players unavailable.
Carlton Town Cambridge City

MATCH REPORT: Carlton Town 1-0 Cambridge City

The Lillywhites were making their first ever visit to Carlton, and brought a good number of supporters with them in the excellent attendance of 160.
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MATCH REPORT: Carlton Town 1-0 Maltby Main

Nat Watson’s first goal for Carlton Town saw the Millers through a hard-fought FA Cup replay with Maltby Main at Stoke Lane. Watson struck in...
Carlton Town

FRIENDLY: Carlton Town 4-3 World Game Changers XI

Goals from James Matthews and Joel Daft either side of a Tyker Blake brace saw Carlton Town beat a World Game Changers XI 4-3 in an entertaining charity game played in front of a packed Bill Stokeld stadium.

The Magpie Circle podcast: Regan Booty take us through his one-season stay at Meadow...

Gedling resident Paul Mace produces a regular Notts County podcast featuring former club players and managers. This week it’s the turn of former player Regan Booty.

The Magpie Circle: Local lad Greg Tempest on highs and lows of Notts County...

The former Northern Ireland under 21 international charts the fulfilment of his dream of lining up for Notts County in League One six years ago.

‘My arrival was quite bizarre because chairman Derek Pavis kept decreasing the bid for...

This week it’s the turn of one of former striker and current BBC Radio Nottingham football summariser Mark Stallard.
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The Magpie Circle: ‘Seeing Magpies in green rather than black and white made it...

This week it’s the turn of Nottingham-born boyhood Magpies fan and Harrogate keeper, James Belshaw

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