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General Discussion » Newcastle Town v Ilkeston Town - Sat 29th Feb » Today 1:35 PM

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Newcastle Town may be 16th in the league table but their recent results are good and they have won their last five matches so this will be tough game .

Here are the results of their last five matches :
   Tue    4 Feb   Newcastle Town  3  Walsall Wood       0  (Staffs C Cup)
     Tue  11 Feb   Newcastle Town  3   Buxton                 1  (League Cup)
     Wed 19 Feb   Worksop Town    0   Newcastle Town  2 
     Sat   22 Feb   Frickley Athletic  0   Newcastle Town  1
     Tue  25 Feb   Chasetown         1    Newcastle Town  2 

General Discussion » Newcastle Town v Ilkeston Town - Sat 29th Feb » Today 10:29 AM

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 Newcastle Town FC  

Saturday 29th February 2020 we are back in action at home when we welcome Ilkeston to the Red Industries Stadium. We are now 5 unbeaten in all competitions and we will look to make it 6 on Saturday.  


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General Discussion » Heather St John v Coventry United abandonment » Yesterday 4:50 PM

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Match Report from Coventry Observer

United await verdict of FA investigation
COVENTRY United’s fixture with Heather St John’s is the subject of an FA investigation following a heated meeting at St John’s Park last weekend.The Red and Greens, who currently top the Midland League Premier Division, were leading 2-1 up until the 87th-minute abandonment after a succession of incidents involving Coventry’s travelling support.  A United fan invaded the pitch in the closing moments before assaulting a Heather player, while threats were made from another away supporter towards the home side .It followed a first-half incident in which a Heather player spat on Coventry’s Riley O’Sullivan in the aftermath of United’s opening goal. Terry Anderson’s side will now eagerly await an update on any possible punishment, with the outcome of the result hanging firmly in the balance. Should the result stand, it would be a significant one in deciding the race for the league title and promotion, given the four-point lead that United currently enjoy at the top of the pile. Josh O’Grady’s stunner from the edge of the area sent the visitors back in front on 65 minutes, following a first-minute opener from Riley O’Sullivan that was cancelled out by Kieran Clarke’s penalty on the stroke of half-time. In what had already been a heated game prior to later events, both sides played the majority of the encounter with ten men, after red cards were displayed to Coventry’s Aaron Williams and the hosts’ Brett Fellows inside the opening ten minutes. United are now due to visit mid-table AFC Wulfrunians in Saturday’s meeting (3pm). Elsewhere at the top, defeat for fellow challengers Newark Flowserve at Sporting Khalsa moved the latter into second place on 52 points, one point above the Nottinghamshire side, after a 2-0 win at the Aspray Arena. 

Ilkeston Football Supporters Group » Supporters Player of the Year 2019-20 » Yesterday 4:26 PM

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It will very soon be time for supporters to vote for their Player of the year. It was decided that to be eligible, the Player of the Year must be with the Club at the end of the season and have played a minimum number of games. The Supporters Group committee will be announcing the exact eligibility criteria shortly and voting forms will then be made available.
Presentation of the Supporters Player of the Year Award is likely to be after the final home game against Kidsgrove Athletic on 18th April 2020.

General Discussion » Match Report : Ilkeston Town Ladies v Rise Park Ladies » Yesterday 3:57 PM

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Wed 26th February 2020
League Plate  -  quarter final
Ilkeston Town Ladies  6  Rise Park Ladies  1
Another fine all-round performance by Ilkeston Ladies saw them through to the League Plate semi-finals against Rise Park who currently play at a level higher. Both sides played some good football but Ilkeston always had the edge and created more opportunities. Ilkeston’s defence was solid and restricted Rise Park’s chances. Going forward Ilkeston always looked dangerous and their finishing was clinical. Hayley Brown scored the opener and Georgina Williams added a second before Holly Brindley gave Ilkeston an emphatic half time lead. Rise Park kept going but Ilkeston always looked more likely to add to their score. Holly Brindley and Hayley Brown hit further goals before Jade Eaglefield scored the goal of the game. Despite having conceded goals at regular intervals, Rise Park kept battling and with five minutes left they deservedly scored a consolation.

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