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                                      REPORT                  THE OFFICIAL MICKLEOVER FC
                                                                   MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

Saturday 18th September 2021 KO 15:00 | The Don Amott Arena
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                                                                                             DON AMOTT CHAIRMAN
Hello again. Welcome back to the Don Amott Arena for our
latest instalment in what I believe is the greatest football
competition in the world.
It’s no coincidence that the rest of the        we enjoyed a cracking match, one of the
world stops to watch the final whatever         great finals when Everton edged Sheffield
time of the day it is in their countries.       Wednesday 3-2. Five years later in 1971
And the world loves a chirpy underdog           I saw the best goal celebration I’d ever
which I’m hoping will be us around the          seen when Charlie George, who later
first round proper, but first we have to        became a great mate, scored Arsenal’s
deal with today’s extreme challenge             winner against Liverpool (2-1) to clinch
from Basford. I’d like to extend to our         the double. I’m now privileged to have a
Nottinghamshire friends and neighbours          huge photo of that celebration, signed by
a warm welcome as we look ahead to              Charlie, on display at Lakeside Park.
what should be a thriller.
                                                I’m delighted today’s opponents are
The 2nd Qualifying round prize money is         Basford, a club that has always competed
£3375 to the winners of today’s match, a        brilliantly at non league level since it’s
welcome amount to both clubs. As I said         formation in 1900. They’ve won the Notts
I love the FA Cup, I can never understand       Senior Cup six times and of course as the
when the Championship and Premiership           Lions, are one of the few teams to boast
clubs join the competition and we see           the three lions on their chest!
most of them make wholesale changes.
If you don’t really want to win it, step out!   Today in history has been a date of
Can you imagine Blackpool in the 50’s           foundations. In 1947 the C.I.A. came
resting Matthews and Mortensen, or Man          into existence, we’ve been looking for
U in the 60’s resting Charlton and Law?         communists under our beds ever since!
And of course, from a fan’s point of view ,     In 1914 the Irish Home Rule Bill received
everyone would love their team to play in       Royal ascent. And there was an ending
the final at Wembley and I for one would        of a sort in 1976 when Mao Zedong was
feel cheated if my team rested it’s best        buried in Beijing.
players and then lost.
                                                Let’s hope for a great game today, thank
In my life I’ve been lucky enough to have       you so much as always for your support.
seen many finals at old Wembley, Cardiff
and now new Wembley. My first final             Enjoy the game.
was in 1966. I went with my late father
and my close friend Brian Linnett and                                D.Amott
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                Callum Hawkins                                         Adam Collin

                                                      BASFORD UNITED
                Jake Bennett                                           Stefan Galinski
                Alex Morris                                            Brad Gascoigne
                James Butler                                           James Clifton
                Phil Watt                                              Owen Betts
                Joe Bateman                                            Ryan Wilson
                Mason Warren (c)                                       Dom Roma
                Andrew Wright                                          Jordan Haywood
                Ben Gowing                                             Matthew Thornhill (c)
                Roger Lee                                              Declan Dunn
                Kemy Agustien                                          Callum Chettle
                George Milner                                          Alex Howes
                Lee Holmes                                             Terry Hawkridge
                Andy Dales                                             Reece Fyfe
                Stuart Beavon                                          Nathanial Peters
                Declan Bacon                                           Kane Richards
                Bobby Battisson                                        Rev James
                George Atwal                                           Marcus Marshall
                Joe Slinn                                              Aaron O’Connor
                Jacob Edge-Lucas                                       Jordan Pierrepont
                Finley Bowen
                Josh Satchwell
                Ben Lewin
                Will Robinson
                Ethan Mann
                Finn Barker
                Dempsey Allott-John

                Management                                             Management
                John McGrath (Manager)                                 Steve Chettle (Manager)
                Ricky Ravenhill (Ass. Manager)                         Michael Leslie (Ass. Manager)
                Steve Taylor (Coach)                                   Graeme Rodger (GK Coach)
                Pablo Mills (Coach)                                    Joshua Law (Coach)
                Jonah Jones (GK Coach)                                 Callum Chettle (Ass. Coach)
                Jake Shaw (Physio)                                     Kevin Ly (Physio)
                Elle McGrath (Ass. Physio)                             Scott Elliott (Analyst)
                Lucy Hadfield (Kit Manager)                            Mark Tinsley (Sports Scientist)

                Referee: Martyn Fryer Assistants: William Booth, Richard Booth
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                                                                                               BY PETER SCHERER

                                                                            PHOTO: LEEK TOWN

For the second successive year               hit the woodwork again, but amazingly
Mickleover were drawn away                   and despite the chances to both sides, it
                                             remained 0-0 at half time.
to Leek Town in the FA Cup, but
on this occasion it was played               Just as in the first half Sports had their
                                             first chance of the second half within
Buxton’s Silverlands ground,
                                             the first minute, but this time Dales put
with Leek’s new pitch not                    it home, for 1-0 after 46 minutes.
available yet.
                                             Clarke then had a good run for Leek but
Starting line-up 1-Callum Hawkins 2-Jake     was unable to get a shot in and it came to
Bennett 3-Alex Morris 4-Roger Lee            nought.
5-James Butler 6-Joe Bateman 7-Andy
Dales 8-Kemy Agustien 9-Dec Bacon            Sports skipper Butler was yellow
10-Stuart Beavon 11-Dempsey Arlott-          carded after 68 minutes and the first
John. Subs: Josh Satchwell, Ethan Mann,      substitution was made after 76 minutes,
Ben Gowing, Bobby Battisson, Ben Lewin.      with Battisson on for Arlott-John. Gowing
                                             followed shortly afterwards for Agustien,
Within seconds of the kick off it could      which was soon followed by Sports
easily have been 1-0 when Beavon hit         second goal, when Bacon made it 2-0
the woodwork . But Leek were straight        from close range after 86 minutes.
on the attack and Trickett-Smith, Saxon
and Clarke all went close too.               The scorer then came off to make way
                                             for Satchwell and the final minutes were
A Leek corner after 28 minutes pulled        played out with Mickleover safely into the
out a fine save from Hawkins, from a         second qualifying round draw, with games
Chadwick header. Before a later header       due to be played on September 18th.
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Fun Fact: Basford is pronounced as “Base-         Floodlit Cup, United became the first side
fud”, and the “e” disappeared from the spelling   to achieve that league and cup double and
sometime around the fifteenth century!            gained promotion to the East Midlands
                                                  Counties League for the 2012-13 season.
Promoted to the Northern Premier League,
Premier Division in 2018, Basford United          During that season, the club entered the FA
Football Club have been on a meteoric rise in     Vase for the first time in their history but
recent history.                                   lost 5-3 to the re-formed AFC Rushden &
                                                  Diamonds in front of a then-record crowd of
Having achieved five promotions in the last
                                                  600 at Greenwich Avenue.
ten years, United appointed Nottingham
Forest legend Steve Chettle as first team         Competing at Step Five in the Northern
manager back in 2019 and the former               Counties League, Premier Division East,
defender is also the club’s Head of Football,     United’s first season saw them finish fifth
overseeing their now reputable Educational        and return to the FA Cup under former Stoke
Academy.                                          City and Scunthorpe United striker Martin
                                                  Carruthers, who was appointed manager
One of Nottingham’s oldest established
                                                  earlier that campaign.
football clubs, with a history stretching back
to the turn of the 20th century, Basford have     A year later, they moved laterally to the newly
had a very established existence.                 created Midland Football League, Premier
                                                  Division and went on to become champions
Chairman and Owner Chris Munroe initially
                                                  at their first attempt in 2015.
joined the club in 2007 as manager for
three years as the club entered the National      In as many seasons, they began playing
League Pyramid for the first time, before         in their sixth new league, competing in the
handing the reigns over to Darren Saunders        Northern Premier League, South Division for
as he headed upstairs to his current position.    the first time and finished fourth.
In winning the Central Midlands League at         Facing Coalville Town in the play-offs, they
Step Seven under Saunders, as well as the         lost out to the eventual winners but did
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secure the Nottinghamshire FA Senior Cup
                                                                      ADAM COLLIN GOALKEEPER

                                                  SELECTED PEN PICS
for a second year in a row, beating Clipstone
Welfare at Eastwood Town’s Coronation                                 The veteran ‘keeper joined over the
Park.                                                                 summer from Kettering Town, after spells
United missed out on the play-offs by a single                        in the Football League at Carlisle and
point the following season, before achieving                          Rotherham United. Collin was part of
promotion to the Northern Premier League,                             Kevin Nolan’s Notts County squad that
Premier Division as league champions in the                           narrowly missed out on the League Two
2017-18 season with a record 100 points and                           play-off final in 2018. He combines his
over 100 goals scored.                                                playing role with Head of Goalkeeping
                                                                      alongside Rodger.
After a successful first season at their
current level under now manager Chettle,
finishing sixth in their debut season, United’s
time since has been impacted by two
Coronavirus hit campaigns, but finished both
seasons in a play-off berth before respective                         STEFAN GALINSKI DEFENDER
                                                                      Born in Poland, defender Galinski – the
Under the leadership of Munroe, the                                   Club’s vice-captain – has played for
club’s Greenwich Avenue home has been                                 Hednesford Town, Stalybridge Celtic
transformed into a state-of-the-art facility                          and Alfreton Town, before joining United
after a £3 million investment, offering room                          in 2018. He became a viral sensation in
for further expansion.                                                2019 when he scored a header from his
In 2016, a £750,000 investment was backed                             own half in a 2-1 win against FC United of
by a £500,000 Football Foundation Stadia                              Manchester.
Improvement Grant that allowed for a
complete re-design of the existing facilities,
including the installation and re-levelling of
an artificial 3G pitch.
With a new playing surface and infrastructure                         BRAD GASCOIGNE DEFENDER
in place, United formed their Football                                Re-joining United in 2020, Gascoigne
Education Academy which has become a                                  began his career as a youth player at
huge success, as they won the National                                Birmingham City before playing for a
League Under 19, Midland Division and made
                                                                      host of non-league clubs, such as Boston
it to the national final a year later, narrowly
                                                                      United, Tamworth, Hereford United,
losing to South Shields on penalties.
                                                                      Sutton United and Alfreton Town.
Only last season, under the management of
former Motherwell, Alfreton Town and York
City midfielder Josh Law, they reached the
Third Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup for
the first time and were the lowest rank side
left in the competition when they faced West
                                                                      JAMES CLIFTON DEFENDER
Bromwich Albion in March 2020.                                        The versatility man, Clifton signed from
                                                                      Corby Town in 2020, having previously
In a campaign that started in August, United
scored wins over Alfreton Town, Mickleover,                           played for Alfreton Town, Boston United
Lutterworth Athletic, Lincoln United, as well                         and Oxford City. He has worked with boss
as Football League’s Port Vale and Grimsby                            Chettle in the past, during their time
Town, before magnanimously losing 4-0 to                              together at Nuneaton Borough.
Premier League Albion.
Basford United now have reachable targets
of achieving National League Football in the
next five years and are collectively working
towards their objective of Step One football                          OWEN BETTS DEFENDER
by the 2023-24 campaign and the Football                              Joined the club after his release from
League by 2026, ambitiously backed by                                 Notts County, where he featured heavily
Munroe.                                                               for Chettle’s under 23 side, and made one
Former Basford players who have gone on                               senior appearance before joining Basford.
to play professionally include Bert Bowery                            Spent part of the recent curtailed season
(Nottingham Forest), Chris Freestone                                  on loan at Worksop Town.
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(Middlesbrough,     Northampton      Town,
                                                                  MATT THORNHILL MIDFIELDER

                                              SELECTED PEN PICS
Hartlepool United), Will Hoskins (Brighton
& Hove Albion), Shaun Derry (Notts County,                        United’s captain, Thornhill made his
Sheffield Utd, Leeds United, QPR) and Paul                        professional debut for Nottingham Forest
Cox (Notts County).                                               in 2007 and spent five years at the City
                                                                  Ground. He played for Brighton & Hove
Kirmari Smith (Sheffield United), Colby                           Albion, Cheltenham Town and Hibernian
Bishop (Accrington Stanley) and Kole                              before joining United from Gainsborough
Lambert (Norwich City), have all graduated                        Trinity four years ago.
from the club’s Education Academy.
Honours List
                                                                  DECLAN DUNN MIDFIELDER
                                                                  The central midfielder signed alongside
Notts Combination Football League                                 Owen Betts after leaving Notts County in
Champions: 1904                                                   2020. Like Betts, Dunn was involved with
Notts Combination Football League                                 Notts’ senior set-up and had a loan spell
Runners-up: 1903                                                  at Grantham Town. He was also a member
                                                                  of Notts’ title-winning under 23 side,
Notts Football Alliance League Champions:
                                                                  managed by Chettle.
1905, 1907, 1920
Notts Football Alliance League Runners-up:
1908, 1909, 1912, 1913, 1921                                      CALLUM CHETTLE MIDFIELDER
Notts Football Alliance Cup Winners 1915,
                                                                  Son of manager Steve, he played
                                                                  professionally for Peterborough United
Notts FA Junior Cup Finalists: 1906                               and made 18 league appearances for the
                                                                  Posh, after progressing through the ranks
                                                                  at Nottingham Forest. He had spells at AFC
Notts Amateur League Runners-up: 1946                             Fylde (loan), Alfreton Town and Nuneaton
Notts FA Senior Cup Winners: 1947, 1988,                          Borough, before joining United in 2019.
2015, 2016, 2018, 2019
Notts FA Senior Cup Finalists: 2017
Notts Football Alliance, Division One
                                                                  ALEX HOWES MIDFIELDER
Champions: 1998                                                   The third player to join the club from Notts
                                                                  County in 2019, Howes featured several
Notts Football Alliance, Division One                             times in League Two as a 16-year-old
Runners-up: 1972, 1985, 1994                                      and spent some time on loan at Coalville
Notts Football Alliance Cup Finalists: 1989                       Town. Like Betts and Dunn, the attacking
Notts Amateur Alliance League Champions:                          midfielder was also part of Chettle’s under
                                                                  23 trophy-winning squad at Meadow Lane.
Notts FA Intermediate Cup Winners: 2006
Notts Senior League, Junior Cup Finalists:                        KANE RICHARDS FORWARD
                                                                  The attacker signed for the club from
Notts Senior League Runners-up: 2010, 2011                        Kidderminster Harriers in 2019 and is in his
Central Midlands Football League, South                           third season, having previously worked with
Champions: 2012                                                   Chettle at Ilkeston Town. Richards had an
                                                                  impressive youth career at Derby County
Central Midlands Football League Floodlit                         before going on to appear for the likes
Cup Winners: 2012                                                 of Chester FC, Telford United and Dover
East Midlands Counties Football League                            Athletic.
Champions: 2013
East Midlands Counties Football League Cup
Winners: 2013                                                     REV JAMES FORWARD
Midland Football League, Premier Division                         The forward signed for the club throughout
Champions: 2015                                                   the 2019-20 season after a successful loan
                                                                  spell from Oxford United in League One. In
Notts FA Junior Cup Winners: 2016                                 2020, James signed an improved contract
Northern Premier League, Division One                             which will see him remain at United for a
South Champions: 2018                                             further two years.
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          FIXTURES & STATISTICS                                                                                 2021-22
Date                Competition            Venue        Result           Opponent
                                                    Sports score first                                1             2                  3      4         5
       14/08/2021              NPL            A          0 -3            South Shields             Hawkins     Bennett             Morris   Warren    Butler
       17/08/2021              NPL            H          2 -0            Gainsborough Trinity      Hawkins     Bennett             Lewin    Bateman   Butler
       21/08/2021              NPL            H          2 -1            Ashton United             Hawkins     Bennett             Lewin    Bateman   Butler
       24/08/2021              NPL            A          1 -3            Buxton                    Hawkins    Edge Lewis           Lewin    Bateman   Butler
       28/08/2021              NPL            A          0 -3            Lancaster City            Hawkins    Edge Lewis           Lewin    Bateman   Butler
       30/08/2021              NPL            H          3 -2            Hyde United               Hawkins     Bennett             Morris   Bateman   Butler
       04/09/2021          FA Cup 1Q          A          2-0             Leek Town                 Hawkins     Bennett             Morris      Lee    Butler
       07/09/2021              NPL            A          1-1             Grantham Town             Hawkins     Bennett             Morris      Lee    Butler
       11/09/2021              NPL            H          1-2             Whitby Town               Hawkins     Bennett             Morris   Bateman   Butler
       14/09/2021              NPL            H          0-0             Nantwich Town             Hawkins     Bennett             Lewin    Bateman   Butler
       18/09/2021          FA Cup 2Q          H                          Basford United
       25/09/2021              NPL            A                          Witton Albion
       28/09/2021              NPL            H                          Bamber Bridge
       02/10/2021              NPL            A                          Scarborough Athletic
       05/10/2021              NPL            A                          Matlock Town
       09/10/2021              NPL            H                          Morpeth Town
       12/10/2021              NPL            H                          Stafford Rangers
       16/10/2021              NPL            A                          Atherton Colliers
       23/10/2021              NPL            H                          Stalybridge Celtic
       06/11/2021              NPL            A                          Radcliffe
       20/11/2021              NPL            H                          Warrington Town
       27/11/2021              NPL            A                          FC United of Manchester
       04/12/2021              NPL            H                          Grantham Town
       11/12/2021              NPL            A                          Whitby Town
       18/12/2021              NPL            A                          Ashton United
       27/12/2021              NPL            H                          Basford United
       01/01/2022              NPL            A                          Hyde United
       08/01/2022              NPL            H                          South Shields
       15/01/2022              NPL            A                          Nantwich Town
       22/01/2022              NPL            H                          Witton Albion
       29/01/2022              NPL            H                          Atherton Collieries
       05/02/2022              NPL            A                          Stalybridge Celtic
       08/02/2022              NPL            A                          Stafford Rangers
       12/02/2022              NPL            H                          Radcliffe
       19/02/2022              NPL            A                          Bamber Bridge
       26/02/2022              NPL            H                          Scarborough Athletic
       12/03/2022              NPL            A                          Morpeth Town
       19/03/2022              NPL            H                          Matlock Town
       26/03/2022              NPL            H                          FC United of Manchester
       02/04/2022              NPL            A                          Warrington Town
       09/04/2022              NPL            A                          Gainsborough Trinity
       16/04/2022              NPL            H                          Buxton
       18/04/2022              NPL            A                          Basford United
       23/04/2022              NPL            H                          Lancaster City
                         FA Trophy Final
                          FA Cup Final

Goalscorers --
                             League          Cups          All

Dales                             5            1           6
Bacon                             3            1           4                                                 V is it t h e c lu b S h o p
Beavon                            1            0           1
Bennett                           1            0           1
                                  10           2           12
6          7         8            9          10          11          Subs        Subs        Subs        Subs         Subs       Subs   Subs
  Watt     Dales    Bateman       Bacon       Beavon     Battison      Webb      Satchwell   Augustien    Gowing
  Watt    Dales 2    Milner       Bacon       Beavon     Battison      Webb        Atwal     Augustien   Satchwell     Gowing
  Watt     Dales     Gowing      Bacon 2      Beavon     Battison      Webb         Lee      Augustien   Satchwell   Arlott John
  Watt     Dales     Gowing     Arlott John   Beavon     Battison      Bacon     Satchwell   Augustien      Lee        Morris
  Watt     Dales    Augustien   Arlott John   Beavon     Battison    Satchwell      Lee       Gowing       Morris      Bacon
  Watt     Dales    Augustien     Bacon       Beavon   Arlott John   Satchwell      Lee       Gowing      Battison      Lewin
Bateman    Dales    Augustien     Bacon       Beavon   Arlott John   Satchwell     Mann       Gowing      Battison      Lewin      Watt
Bateman    Dales    Augustien     Bacon       Beavon    Satchwell     Gowing       Mann        Lewin       Atwal        Watt
  Watt     Dales    Augustien     Bacon       Beavon     Battison    Satchwell      Lee       Gowing       Lewin       Wright
 Morris    Dales    Augustien     Bacon       Beavon     Battison     Wright        Lee       Gowing     Satchwell      Mann

#     Team                        Pl   HW HD      HL     AW AD AL W        D    L    F     A    Diff Pts
1.    South Shields               9    2    2     0      5   0   0   7     2    0    21 5       16   23
2.    Matlock Town                8    5    0     0      2   0   1   7     0    1    21 5       16   21
3.    Whitby Town                 8    2    1     0      4   0   1   6     1    1    11 4       7    19
4.    Buxton                      8    3    0     0      2   3   0   5     3    0    16 5       11   18
5.    Bamber Bridge               9    2    2     0      3   0   2   5     2    2    20 12 8         17
6.    Warrington Town             9    3    1     1      2   1   1   5     2    2    11 8       3    17
7.    Lancaster City              9    2    0     2      2   1   2   4     1    4    18 12 6         13
8.    Basford United              9    2    3     0      1   1   2   3     4    2    10 9       1    13
9.    Hyde United                 9    3    0     2      1   0   3   4     0    5    13 13 0         12
10. Atherton Collieries           8    3    0     2      1   0   2   4     0    4    8     8    0    12
11. Stafford Rangers              8    2    0     2      1   2   1   3     2    3    9     6    3    11
12. FC United of Manchester       8    3    1     1      0   1   2   3     2    3    11 9       2    11
13. Scarborough Athletic          8    1    1     3      2   1   0   3     2    3    8     10 -2     11
14. Mickleover                    9    3    1     1      0   1   3   3     2    4    10 15 -5        11
15. Nantwich Town                 9    1    0     3      2   1   2   3     1    5    7     11 -4     10
16. Stalybridge Celtic            9    2    0     2      1   0   4   3     0    6    10 14 -4        9
17. Ashton United                 9    1    3     1      0   2   2   1     5    3    9     11 -2     8
18. Radcliffe                     9    2    0     3      0   2   2   2     2    5    7     14 -7     8
19. Gainsborough Trinity          9    2    1     1      0   0   5   2     1    6    5     17 -12 7
20. Grantham Town                 9    0    2     2      1   1   3   1     3    5    9     23 -14 6
21. Witton Albion                 8    0    0     3      1   2   2   1     2    5    7     20 -13 5
22. Morpeth Town                  9    1    1     2      0   0   5   1     1    7    9     19 -10 4

Top Scorers                   Goals        Team                          Breakdown
Fishburn, Sam                 8            Lancaster City                Goal (8) Penalty (0)
Hazel, Jacob Louis            7            Whitby Town                   Goal (7) Penalty (0)
Bange, Ewan                   7            Bamber Bridge                 Goal (6) Penalty (1)
Hardy, Liam                   6            Hyde United                   Goal (5) Penalty (1)
Dales, Andrew                 5            Mickleover FC                 Goal (5) Penalty (0)

SATURDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 2021                     SUNDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 2021
Ashton United 0 1 Hebburn Town                Baldock Town 1 - 0 Wisbech Town
West Allotment Celtic 2 7 Bamber Bridge
Bootle 2 2 FC United of Manchester            TUESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2021
Radcliffe 2 0 Skelmersdale United             FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND REPLAYS
Runcorn Linnets 2 0 Liversedge                Bridlington Town 1 3 Atherton Collieries
Barnoldswick Town 0 3 Pontefract Collieries   FC United of Manchester 3 2 Bootle
Marske United 6 0 Seaham Red Star             Buxton 5 1 Sherwood Colliery
Sunderland RCA 2 4 Stockton Town              Stafford Rangers 0 2 Rushall Olympic
Mossley 1 0 Newton Aycliffe                   Cleethorpes Town 2 1 Hednesford Town
City of Liverpool FC 1 0 Clitheroe
Kendal Town 0 1 Warrington Town               SATURDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2021
Stalybridge Celtic 0 1 Colne                  SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND
Charnock Richard 2 3 Prescot Cables           AFC Telford United vs Stamford
Dunston 1 2 Marine                            York City vs Hebburn Town
Morpeth Town 6 1 Hyde United                  Marine vs Warrington Town
Sherwood Colliery 2 2 Buxton                  Atherton Collieries vs Witton Albion
Stamford 2 0 Redditch United                  Squires Gate vs Pontefract Collieries
Worksop Town 3 0 Newport Pagnell Town         Blyth Spartans vs FC United of Manchester
Basford United 1 0 Stourbridge                Colne vs Guiseley
Rushall Olympic 2 2 Stafford Rangers          Curzon Ashton vs Stockton Town
Leek Town 0 2 Mickleover                      City of Liverpool FC vs Farsley Celtic
Halesowen Town 2 1 Ilkeston Town              Morpeth Town vs Lancaster City
Nantwich Town 2 0 Grantham Town               Mossley vs Radcliffe
Sporting Khalsa 2 1 Gainsborough Trinity      Prescot Cables vs Whitby Town
Carlton Town 1 3 Stratford Town               Runcorn Linnets vs Bamber Bridge
Matlock Town 0 3 Belper Town                  Marske United vs South Shields
Bedworth United 4 1 Winterton Rangers         Belper Town vs Tamworth
Chasetown 2 1 Barwell                         Bromsgrove Sporting vs Worksop Town
Hednesford Town 1 1 Cleethorpes Town          Sporting Khalsa vs Kidderminster Harriers
Long Eaton United 2 1 Coleshill Town          Buxton vs Rushall Olympic
Tividale 0 1 Spalding United                  Boston United vs Corby Town
Cambridge City 1 3 East Thurrock United       Nantwich Town vs Banbury United
Corby Town 1 0 Hendon                         Spalding United vs Kettering Town
Lancaster City 1 0 1874 Northwich             Hanley Town vs Chasetown
Warrington Rylands 0 4 Whitby Town            Bedworth United vs Long Eaton United
Atherton Collieries 1 1 Bridlington Town      Halesowen Town vs Handsworth FC
Scarborough Athletic 0 2 Witton Albion        Cleethorpes Town vs Alfreton Town
Shildon A.F.C. 1 3 South Shields              Mickleover vs Basford United

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December 12th 1999
Currently on loan from Burton Albion for a second time, Callum has proved to be a reliable
goalkeeper. Born in Rotherham he has learned his trade with Burton’s Academy, and signed
professional for the Brewers in May 2018. He was with Mickleover for a six week spell between
December 2018 and February 2019, having previously been out on loan at Gresley in 2017.
His plans suffered a major blow last season, when he damaged knee ligaments in August and
sat out the rest of the season. Having recently returned to the Don Amott Arena, he made his
seasonal debut in the friendly match at Frickley and has played in the all of the early season NPL
matches, including making a double penalty save against Morpeth. Back on a season long loan
from Burton Albion, after the Brewers extended his contract, the rivalry between Callum and Joe
Slinn should keep them both on their toes.

December 27th 1998
Joe is a 21 year old from Stoke on Trent, who started his goalkeeping career at Port Vale. During his
spell at Vale Park he also had a four month loan spell at Stalybridge Celtic. He signed professional
in February 2017 having captained the Youth team, before moving to Walsall in 2018. He went out
on loan again to Rushall Olympic for most of the 2018/19 season before leaving Walsall in August
2019. After a few months with Atherton Collieries, he had another four months with Alvechurch,
before moving on again to Newcastle Town in February of this year. He joined Mickleover in
summer 2020 and shared first team duties with Hawkins throughout the aborted season.

January 10th 1988
Phil was another who started his football path with his home town club of Rotherham Utd. He
moved on to Lincoln City in 2004 and spent four years at Sincil Bank, where he made his first
team debut in the opening match of the 2007/8 season, and played again in an FA Cup tie against
Nottingham Forest.
There had been a couple of loan spells at Grantham during his time at Lincoln, but for the next three
years he was at Corby Town. After another loan spell at Grantham, the dependable centre back
made it a permanent move, but after one-season moved on to Boston Utd. His next move was to
Coalville Town where he scored two goals in his 12 games, before starting a long association with
Belper Town. In three different spells he reached the 150 appearance milestone for the Nailers, as
well as scoring a winning play-off goal to gain them promotion and was twice voted into the team
of the division during his stays. He also had a spell at Lincoln Utd and Frickley Athletic in between
his Belper experiences, from where he joined the Sports line-up during the summer. He formed a
strong central defensive partnership with James Butler early on, which just got stronger, as well
as getting himself on the score sheet on a number of occasions too.
“Watty” was also the man who ran the first team squad zoom sessions to keep everyone fit during

February 11th 2000
A Stoke City Schoolboy and Academy player for nine years, James became a regular in the Potters
Under 18 and Under 21 Premier League teams, a solid dependable centre back. But it was during
a loan at Kidsgrove Athletic, that Butler impressed their opponents in an FA Cup tie and he was
offered a work experience stay at Hartlepool. He spent two months in the North East, but didn’t
manage to break into the first team squad and returned to Kidsgrove. Stoke City retained an
option on him as he became a regular at the Grove, but during the summer of 2020 both he and
team mate Alex Morris made the move to the Don Amott Arena. His strength, dependability and
old school style of no nonsense defending, soon made him a favourite with the Mickleover fans
and he soon became established as a kingpin of the defence.

February 22nd 1996
Like so many others, Jake started playing for his hometown club Telford AFC as a 15 year old,
making two first team starts before going out on loan to Market Drayton. He was initially spotted
by Mickleover management during a friendly match against Market Drayton, and with Sports
then pushing for promotion back to the Premier Division of the NPL, he was made an offer which
he readily accepted to become a Sports player in December 2014. After being part of the squad
for his first half season, he became a first choice defender over his two year stay and began to
receive offers of trials from League Clubs. He joined Sheffield Utd in 2016 and making his first
team debut in the EFL Cup in 2017, plus other first appearances in some friendly matches. He
was then due to go on loan to Chesterfield, but played against them in a friendly and collected a
cruciate ligament injury, putting him out of action for 10 months.
A further thigh injury on his comeback meant he never got to play for Chesterfield, and following
his release by Sheffield Utd in October 2019, he had a brief at Alfreton Town, before joining
Coalville Town in December 2019 in the Southern League Premier Division Central. He opted to
return to Mickleover during the summer, of 2020 as he was still looking to rebuild his career and
looked back fondly at his previous two years with the club.
“My lasting memory was winning the title here, the first medal I had ever won in football.”
First choice last season at right back, his overlapping runs also meant he was on hand to find the
back of the net on occasions too.

May 26th 1998
Stoke on Trent born school PE teacherAlex began his career as a Port Vale Junior, playing
regularly in their reserve team before moving on to Leek Town. He had spells at both Nantwich
and Newcastle Town, before finding a home at Kidsgrove Athletic in 2018, where he stayed until
the end of last season. Mainly playing at left back, over the last two years he played every minute
of every competitive game for Kidsgrove, before joining Mickleover this summer with Kidsgrove
team mate James Butler. Alex was first choice left back last season and one of the mainstays of
our table topping defence.

D.O.B December 6th 1998
One of the pre-season signings, Joe impressed in a couple of pre-season friendlies in his familiar
roles of centre back. A former Derby County player, he has come through the under 18 and under
23 ranks before being released at the end of last season.
He made one start for the Rams first team in the FA Cup tie at Chorley last season. A strong
dependable player, he can also play defensive midfield and has been a key part of the team from
the opening NPL game at South Shields.

D.O.B November 13th 1994
It’s been more of a return home for Andy since rejoining Mickleover just before the season started.
Derby born he spent 10 years at Derby County and was a first year pro in 2013. He was released in
2014 and was unable to take up offers of trials due to injury, which brought him to Mickleover for
the first time. The pacey winger had four years at the Don Amott Arena and was part of the team
that won promotion back to the NPL Premier Division, his first senior medal.
In 2017/18 he scored 23 goals and was signed by Scunthorpe United after being spotted at the
Jamie Vardy Academy. During his three years there he made 33 appearances and scored one goal,
but also had long loan spells in the Scottish Premiership with Dundee and Hamilton Academicals.
After a short spell at Altrincham last season, he was released and returned to Mickleover, hitting
two goals on his home debut against Gainsborough.

D.O.B December 27th 1992
Ben started last year playing with Paddy Webb at Eastwood and by the end of the season had
scored 13 goals in his 32 appearances. The midfielder has played for a number of teams in the
locality, in 2018/19 he was with Belper Utd and before that he had spells with Long Eaton Utd and
Dunkirk. He joined the Sports squad during the summer 2020 and was a regular member of the
first team squad all season.

March 28th 1997
Born in Doncaster, Mason came through the junior ranks at Rotherham Utd, signing professional
in May 2015 and spent three years with them. He had a number of loan spells during his time at
Rotherham, including Sheffield, Harrogate Town, Grantham, Matlock, Boston Utd, North Ferriby
and Gainsborough Trinity and made one start for the Rotherham first team in the EFL Cup in 2016.
He was released at the end of the 2017/18 from where he joined the Mickleover squad, debuting
against Gainsborough in August in 2018. A strong playmaking midfielder, but Mason can also play
in defence and assist in the attack, becoming a regular goalscorer and fans favourite. He was
captain of last year’s side that finished top of the aborted NPL and will be leading us into this
seasons campaign too.

September 17th 1996
He started at Chesterfield before becoming a Lincoln City youth scheme product. He spent two
years at Sincil Bank, before having the first of his two spells at Grantham. After one year he moved
on again to Coalville for a year, preceding a three-month stay with Matlock Town in July 2019. A
fast attacking midfielder primarily, Andrew is a regular goal seeker. He went back to Grantham
in September 2019, but after a couple of months he came to the Don Amott Arena and made his
debut in the home game against Radcliffe that November, scoring his first goal against Grantham
in January 2020. Club vice captain and a motivator both on and off the field, always leading
by example. Always looking for that shot on goal but at present he is recovering from a knee
operation, but hopes to be back in action in September.

August 20th 1986
Born in the Netherlands Antilles, his career started with Dutch side Willem II. After two years
as a junior he signed professional in 2004 and played 55 games in the Dutch Eredivisiewhere
his midfield skills flourished, before moving to AZ Alkmaar. Although he was with AZ for four
years, scoring two goals in his 25 games, he also had loans at Roda JC and played 20 games
for Birmingham City in the Championship. A further loan at RKC Waalwijk preceded a permanent
move to the UK with Swansea City. He played 47 times for the Welsh side in both the Championship
and Premiership, winning the League Cup with them in 2012/13.
He had a loan spell at Crystal Palace, before joining Brighton, playing 17 games between 2013-
2015, before moving to Denmark with Vendsyssel. The next stop was the Scottish Premiership
with Hamilton Academicals, then back to the Netherlands with Dordrecht and SV Tec, with a spell
in the Philippines at Global Cebu in between.
His first non league team in the UK were Nuneaton, but moves to Halesowen, Barrow, Wrexham
and Bradford Park Avenue were followed by his move to Mickleover at the end of last season. He
also gained International honours with the Netherlands at Under 19, 20 and 21 levels and played 13
times for Curacao, winning the 2017 Caribbean Cup. Kemy trained with Mickleover in pre-season
and scored a classy goal in the friendly against Clipstone, prompting to resign for this current
season. His class on the ball is unquestionable, as is his character, as a valued and talented

D.O.B February 20th 1994
Having started his footballing career playing for Malaga in Spain, Bobby was spotted by Burton
Albion on his return to the UK, while playing for a local side. An energetic hard working midfielder
with an eye for a goal, Bobby came to Mickleover after three years with the Brewers, during which
time there had been interest from a number of league clubs. He made his debut as a sub at the end
of last year and was a key member of the Mickleover Academy side, winning both the Midlands
and National title and a regular in the successful reserve side. His preferred position position is
attacking midfielder and his footballing hero is Lionel Messi. Now a key member of the first team
squad, Bobby made his first start in the opening game of the season at South Shields.

D.O.B July 1st 1991
After a successful pre-season trial Roger has now become part of the first team squad, making
his league debut as a second half sub at Buxton. The Bermudan born midfielder started his
career with home clubs Somerset Eagles, Bermuda Hogges and Robin Hood, before coming to
the UK in 2014, where he joined Ilkeston Town with fellow Bermudan internationals. He moved on
to Weston Super Mare, Clevedon Town, Rugby, Stamford, Basford, Stafford and Loughborough
Dynamo, before journeying to Latvia for a couple of seasons with FK Jurniek. In 2019 he moved to
JK Talinna Kalev in Estonia and had a year there before returning to the UK. He has been capped
by Bermuda as a full international and at under 20 level.

D.O.B March 8th 1998
Having started at Chesterfield’s Academy as a 15 year old, George was given a two year youth
team contract after only his second month. He trained with the first team squad, after graduating
into a regular reserve team player, but went out on loan to Clipstone in the second half of
2015/16 scoring two goals from his six games. After being released by Chesterfield he had a dual
registration for 2016/17 with both Buxton and Clipstone. He scored six goals for Clipstone in 16
games and two for Buxton in seven games, before leaving Clipstone for AFC Mansfield, where he
saw out the season with another three goals from 10 games. It was then he had the offer to play
in Norway, a first full professional contract for Valdres. He spent a season in Norway, but instead
of his striker role, he started to play in midfield, but still scored 12 goals in his 26 appearances.
On his return to the UK he trained with Salford City, until international clearance allowed him to join
Frickley Athletic for the rest of 2017/18. He then moved to Belper Town where he was regular for
the next two years, until bringing his attacking flare to Mickleover during pre-season. A dynamo of
a player who would run all day, creative, dangerous and wears his heart on his sleeve. A true asset
to the club in every respect and a regular goal scorer.
D.O.B October 11th 2002
A product of Sports own Academy, Josh mainly plays as a striker, but has shown his adaptability
to play elsewhere when he has been used as a substitute. He made one start in the Integro Cup
in 2020, but came off the bench five times. A regular member of the successful reserve team,
and kingpin of the Midlands and National Academy Championship wining team last season. He
now plays as a wing or centre back as well as his more familiar striking role. He has had trials at
Coventry City and Fleetwood Town.

May 5th 1984
Stuart Beavon is one of Mickleover’s most experienced players, following in the footsteps of his
Father Stuart and Grandfather Cyril. His career started for in the Hellenic League with Ardley
United, before swiftly moving on to Combined Counties side Wallingford. He scored 13 goals in
36 games between those clubs, before being snapped up by Didcot Town. Despite stepping up to
the Southern League South & West Division, he quickly found his goalscoring touch and had two
seasons with the club. He played 139 games and scored an amazing 107 goals and was a winner
in the 2004/5 FA Vase too.
His next step was to the Conference with Weymouth, spending three seasons on the South Coast,
and adding 27 more goals to his tally from 90 appearances.
For 2008/09 he had his first spell in the Football League with League 2 Wycombe Wanderers.
He scored on his debut and his initial loan became permanent. He was a prolific scorer again but
the team were promoted and relegated twice during his stay. After 125 games and 34 goals he
moved to Preston North End in League 1 again. There was debut goal again and having settled
at Deepdale he stayed for two years, before an initial loan at Burton Albion became permanent
for the 2014/15 season. He gained promotion again with the Brewers to League 1, but part way
into his third season he left in January 2017 with 15 goals and 102 games under his belt, destined
for Coventry City. A strange end of season saw the Sky Blues win the EFL Trophy, but were also
relegated to League 2. Although he was a Coventry player for the next two seasons, his final one
was spent on a years loan at Wrexham.
Early into the 2019/20 season he joined Nuneaton, but it was when he began his current
connection at Mickleover that he regained his scoring touch, with a goal scoring debut at Atherton
Collieries in September and scoring 10 before the season was curtailed. He was a regular scorer
for Mickleover last season and has already found the net in a number of pre-season games.

D.O.B August 7th 1995
Dec returned to the Don Amott Arena last season, having been a Mickleover player a few seasons
earlier. He finished 2019/20 with Gainsborough Trinity, after just over a year at Alfreton Town, It
was his goal scoring record of 45 in a season at Bottesford Town that brought him to the attention
of Alfreton, but he has also played at Sheffield and Scarborough mong other teams. He came back
to us on loan from Gainsborough and quickly found his scoring form, as we hit the top of the table.
That prompted Gainsborough to recall him, before a he came back to Mickleover permanently to
complete the aborted 20/21 season. If he hits the same vein of form as he did last season, he is
one to watch.

D.O.B November 14th 2001
Signed just after the first week of the season Dempsey Arlott-John is a former Leicester City
striker, having been a regular in the Under 23 and Under 18 sides in recent years and regular goal
scorer, also having ahd a brief spell at Crystal Palace.
A pacey central striker who can also play on either wing, he made his Mickleover debut as a
second half sub against Ashton Utd, before making his first start in the away defeat at Buxton.


                                                                                       BY PETER SCHERER

Mickleover’s budding stars                 Robertson then had the first of many
march on into the second                   overlapping runs down the right. His
                                           cross went across the face of the goal,
qualifying of the FA Youth Cup,            just out of Moore’s reach.
with a massive 10-1 win over
                                           Quorn were having difficulty breaking
Quorn.                                     out of their own half and an interception
Starting line-up: 1-Fin Bowen 2-Zach       by Battisson sent him on a long run. His
Robertson 3-Jake Edge-Lucas 4-George       shot was saved, before Brown’s rebound
Atwal 5-Ethan Mann 6-Ben Horleston         was blocked.
7-Bobby Battisson 8-Freddie Murphy
                                           The pressure on Quorn’s defence was
9-Kai Moore 10-Fin Barker 11-Declan
                                           becoming relentless and after eight
Brown. Subs: Jack Tucker, Tom Bell.
                                           minutes Battisson had another shot
In the opening seconds Mickleover          saved by the keeper’s feet.
had two half chances, ending with
                                           Only a minute later another through ball
Battisson’s attempt being blocked by the
                                           from Battisson found Moore in space,
Quorn keeper.
                                           placing safely into the bottom corner 1-0
Two minutes later a cross from the left    after nine minutes.
was turned into the middle by Moore,
                                           Almost from the kick off Barker tried
almost putting Brown in the clear.
his luck from a wide angle and only just        Moore and Barker had some good
missed. Moore had another header just           interplay, which ended with Barker
wide from a Robertson cross and after           shooting well over, but after 32 minutes
14 minutes Barker made an in swinging           Mickleover were forced to make a
cross which bounced off the bar, with the       change as Brown limped off to be
visitor’s keeper well beaten.                   replaced by Tucker.
Robertson was continuing to cause               Having only been on the field a couple of
havoc on the right and his 15th minute          minutes Tucker made it 3-1, sliding in to
cross led to goal number two and a              collect deep cross.
second for Moore 2-0.
                                                Three minutes later and it was 4-1 with
The roles were reversed a minute later          a Robertson solo effort from the right,
when Moore found Robertson, but this            beating the keeper on his near post.
time his cross was blocked.
                                                There was a half chance for the
Quorn were awarded a penalty after 17           visitors after 39 minutes but Mann and
minutes when Bowen had to come racing           Horleston continued to be relatively
off his line and fouled the advancing           untroubled in the heart of the home
striker.                                        defence.
The initial penalty was well saved by           It could have been a fifth goal as half
Bowen but the rebound was successful            time approached, as a long kick from
for the visitors 2-1.                           Bowen cleared the defence that froze
                                                assuming offside. Barker collected but
Murphy was next on the attack, sending
                                                was thwarted again by the keepers feet.
Edge-Lucas on a run, but the keeper
came to Quorn’s rescue.                         The second half began as the first had
                                                ended with Battisson firing a shot at the
It was the breakdown of a rare Quorn
                                                keeper in the first five minutes, before
attack that gave Barker a break in his
                                                the ball went loose and Murphy had a
own half. His full flight charge with a clear
                                                shot blocked.
run on goal was thwarted by a crude
tackle, it earned a yellow card after the       52 minutes and Barker’s pace sent him
initial advantage came to nought, but           through again, but he fired his shot just
could easily have merited straight red.         wide.
We didn’t have to wait long for another       But Quorn kept their heads up and
goal though, when Battisson broke,            continued to try and play their own
waltzed passed the visitors keeper and        game, which forced Bowen out of the
slotted home 5-1 after 54 minutes.            Mickleover goal to save at the striker’s
Battisson whipped passed another
defender only a minute later, but his         Barker had been limping for a while, but
shot was taken by the keeper, before          the dilemma was that the only other sub
Moore fired in a cross which just missed      was reserve keeper Tom Bell, who then
connecting with Tucker.                       came on as a striker.
59 minutes and it was 6-1, this time          Battisson then made it 9-1 after 78
Edge-Lucas got clear on a run, and            minutes, but Bowen was then forced into
took it around the hapless keeper with        another from a Quorn break.
ease. Battisson then had another shot
                                              Mann headed just wide from a short
a minute later, as the Quorn defence
                                              corner in the last five minutes, but there
floundered in their own half.
                                              was still time for another goal, with
Murphy and Atwal were playing some            Battisson making 10-1 and completing
long balls out of midfield, and after 65      his hat-trick too.
minutes Murphy found Barker, but on
                                              Mickleover are due to play the next round
this occasion he was intercepted.
                                              w/c September 27th, but have to wait
A brief break out from Quorn resulted in      for the outcome of two matches to know
a good cross which was blocked and left       their opponents. West Bridgeford have
Robertson unchallenged on the right,          to play Boston Utd, after their original tie
making another successful solo run to         was abandoned after the tragic death
make it 7-1 after 68 minutes.                 of one of West Bridgeford’s players. The
                                              winner of that tie play Dunkirk, who had
Only two more minutes and it was 8-1 when
                                              a walkover in the preliminary round, and
Moore fired in to complete his hat-trick,
                                              then Sports visit the eventual winners.
after Battisson’s initial shot was blocked.
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