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Southwell City's stalemate sees 0-0 draw with Sandiacre Town in Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division


By Connor Thompson


Nottinghamshire Senior League Premier Division leaders Southwell City were held to a goalless draw at 14th-placed Sandiacre Town.

Southwell never got going in the first-half, but a reaction in the second period followed, as a Jonny Nussey’s header crashed against the crossbar in the 70th minute, before Max Pembleton’s effort rattled against the post with five minutes to go.

The draw came with further bad news for Southwell as they lost two points on second place Stapleford Town, who won 3-2 away to Awsworth Villa.

Southwell City's Morgan Shevlin jumps clear of a sliding tackle in what was a tasty encounter from both sides. 221218DC2-2. (6191048)
Southwell City's Morgan Shevlin jumps clear of a sliding tackle in what was a tasty encounter from both sides. 221218DC2-2. (6191048)

If Southwell are to win the league, they will need to rely Stapleford losing their games in hand.

Bingham Town moved up to fifth after beating Radcliffe Olympic 2-1.

Jay Archer and Tom Spencer were the scorers for Bingham.

Bingham Town's former Lincoln City player Declan O'Hare (in red). 221218DC1-6. (6191013)
Bingham Town's former Lincoln City player Declan O'Hare (in red). 221218DC1-6. (6191013)

Julian Joachim was again on the scoresheet as Aslockton And Orston earned a point against Wollaton with a 1-1 draw.



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