There were four midweek games in the Central Midlands League Black Dragon Badges South Division as, despite a below par performance, Eastwood Community maintained their unbeaten record with a single goal against Collingham.
Ross Hannah believes that every year he remains in full-time football is an achievement.
The weekend’s action in the Black Dragon Badges South division got off to a thrilling start on Friday night as Eastwood Community and Clay Cross Town drew 3-3.
Cup football took over the midweek action in the Central Midlands League with seven second round ties in the Buckingham Insurance League Cup.
Matlock Town midfielder Naill McManus says the players must take full-responsibility for their FA Cup exit to nine man Whitley Bay.
The clash between the top two in the Black Dragon Badges South Division went decisively in favour of Hucknall Town, who registered their fifth successive win by four clear goals over Sherwood Colliery.
It’s doubtful there will be many worse or less entertaining ties in this season’s FA Cup than the lack lustre 0-0 draw between Matlock Town and Whitley Bay at the Autoworld Arena on Saturday.
Matlock Town boss Mark Hume says the midweek defeat to Halesowen has helped him decide his startling side for the cup visit of Whitley Bay.
Matlock proved to be their own worst enemy as bogy side Halesowen recorded another clear win at the Autoworld Arena on Tuesday night.