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Last Updated: 01/09/2020

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Latest News

  • Welcome back to the new season here in the Nott's Amateur Alliance. This season sees the League taking in an influx of new clubs Ashland Rovers go into the premier division after joining us from the M.A.A. Past members Santos rejoin along with new boys Whitemoor, Lime Kiln have now become Bulwell Town , Roebuck have also changed their name are now known as Middleton, Winning Post and United have both been promoted into the Premier Division which will be a very competitive division with reining champions Bulwell hoping to retain their title. In the first division Arnold Town and Basford United  have entered  teams, FC Gunthorpe last seasons third division run away winners have been promoted into the division along with Kimberley, AFC Bridgford  Nott'm Sikh Lions and Nuthall. Bottesford drop down from the premier to again form a very strong division the only down side being the late resignation of Cliton to leave an odd number of sides competing. The second division sees a big influx of new teams Ashland Rovers Reserves, Beacon Reserves, Bulwell Town Reserves, Burton Joyce A, Gedling Town A and my local team Bingham Town this division will be a bit of an unknown quantity but with so many Premier division teams providing reserve teams and Durham Ox, Kashmir (Sherwood) and Three Crowns (Bunny Utd) coming down a division any one could be classed as favourites for honours. The third division again provides us with some new teams Cooper Arms made up from some of the old Bulwell Rangers team, Clifton Aces and the return of Nottingham Deaf.


  • Second division teams please check fixture page for updated fixtures due the resignation of Netherfield Reserves some games have been rearranged

Other Notices

  • Please ensure that all match reports are sent to Alec Thomson by first post the Tuesday after the weekends fixture, also ensure that you include fair play marks and the new referees mark remember this should now be marked out of 100.

  • Ensure that if you are the home team you telephone your result through to the match controlleras early as possible (before 6-30) on the Saturday, only phone on the land line number and leave a message if you connect to the answer machine leaving the score and all scorers full names failure to do so will result in a fine being imposed.

  • Electronic match reports are available from the registrar Alec Thomson if you require a copy email him at the address in the handbook or you can request one via the feedback page.

  • If you have a link you want adding to our links page please forward to me via the feedback page and I will include it next time I update.


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