Gedling Miners Welfare welcomed Derbyshire outfit Borrowash Victoria to Plains Road on a crisp Saturday afternoon looking to avenge their 3-0 defeat to the visitors in the reverse fixture in August. Both sides, troubled with inconsistency and were unseparated in mid-table at the start of play, came into the game with similar records so far this season and each suffered defeat last time out.
Football MATCH REPORT: Selston FC 0 – 2 Gedling Miners Welfare Gedling back to winning ways in style Published on Dec 22, 2017 The Miners travelled north to the Parish ground to meet Selston FC, one of the surprise packages of the season, writes Ian Williams. The home side sat proudly in 2nd place in the table boasting an envious home record with just one defeat at home. Gedling were still unable to pick from a full squad with 5 or 6 regulars unavailable. Early exchanges were promising for...
Nottinghamshire Senior Cup – Round 2Worksop Van Hire Stadium | 19.45 Kick off | Tuesday 5th December 2017Clipstone FC……………………………5 (Curtis 6’, 30’, 87’, Ashton 42’, Gregory 62’)Gedling Miners Welfare ………………4 (Brown 56’, Suban 61’, Knight 71’, Meakin 90’)(HT 3-0)Gedling Miners Welfare made the trip north to Mansfield to face Northern Counties East League side Clipstone in the second round of the Nottinghamshire Senior Cup on Tuesday night.
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Selecting a term
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