Blidworth Welfare, of the Central Midlands League South, were handed a tantalising home draw against neighbours AFC Mansfield, from the Northern Counties East League Premier Division when the draw was made for the second round proper of the FA Vase today.
Malachi Lavelle-Moore’s stoppage time winner cemented a fourth win in five league games as Ilkeston grabbed three points in a thriller at Owen Street.
Paul Holland remained in philosophical mood despite seeing Ilkeston’s run of victories end on Tuesday night.
Ilkeston’s three match winning run was ended at Croft Park as Blyth claimed three points, however the Robins will be full of high spirits despite defeat.
Paul Holland revelled in the joy of two wins in four days and believes there is no reason that run can’t be extended as Ilkeston FC began to climb the table this week.
This wasn’t the most spectacular three points Ilkeston will ever gain but how they were accrued will matter little to most of those present at the NMG on Tuesday night.
Paul Holland says this weekend’s trip to Corby Town will be something of an early season six pointer as Ilkeston FC aim to climb off the bottom of the league.
Alex Reid’s first-half finish was enough for Rushall Olympic to mount the pressure on Ilkeston’s early season struggles with a low-key win at Dales Lane on Tuesday night.
Paul Holland has admitted his frustration at Ilkeston’s FA Cup exit on Saturday after their 2-1 defeat by Stourbridge.
Ilkeston’s hopes of a good FA Cup run were ended by visitors Stourbridge on Saturday as the West Midlands side ran out 2-1 winners at the New Manor Ground.
The Evo-Stik Northern Premier League have issued a detailed statement explaining their reasons behind the punishments handed out to Ilkeston FC over the summer.
It’s been a mixed week for Ilkeston with a great win at Buxton followed up with a defeat at Halesowen.
Paul Holland says he’s keen for his Ilkeston FC squad to start showing more character after witnessing them lose 2-1 at Halesowen Town on Tuesday night.
Kaiman Anderson’s double ensured Ilkeston FC’s challenging start to the season continued as the Yeltz claimed the win at The Grove.
Ilkeston FC’s Evo-Stik League Premier Division game with Hednesford Town, abandoned due to floodlight failure last week, is to be replayed.
Thirteen might be unlucky for some, but not for rampant Awsworth Villa. For that’s how many goals they ran in past shellshocked Mansfield Hosiery Mills in a one-sided Notts Senior League, (NSL) Senior Cup, First Round tie.