3rd place finally secured in last game
With a bare 12 man squad Phoenix travelled to AFC Mansfield, the team who previously inflicted Phoenix's heaviest defeat.
Following a controversial dismissal for Phoenix keeper the team rallied and held out for deserved victory
With a bare 11 man squad including two 16 year olds Phoenix travelled to Westella where they lead for a long period of the game before loosing out.
Phoenix gained some revenge for the opening day drubbing at Kiveton Park
Glapwell rounded the season off in some style as they recorded the biggest league victory in the club’s history with an 8-0 win over second-bottom Yorkshire Main at Hall Corner.
Another 4 goals and another clean sheet sees Belper United to victory.
Third clean sheet sees Belper United go second
Leading scorer comes of bench to inspire victory.
Glapwell produced a brave, battling performance but second-placed AFC Mansfield kept the pressure on the top of the league with a 3-1 victory at Hall Corner.
Expected tight game ends in scoreless draw.
Crunch game ends in misery
Glapwell made a welcome return to form in style as they recovered from falling behind to an early dubious penalty to record a 6-2 victory over Bentley Colliery at ‘The Avenue’.
Another important away 3 points banked in exciting Title chase.
A goal in each half saw Thorne Colliery take the points as they saw off the challenge of Glapwell, who are now without a win in six games, with a 2-0 victory at Moorends Welfare.
Luke Crosby away double lights up Belper
Ten-man Glapwell saw their winless run rise to five games but were slightly unlucky to be on the end of a 3-0 defeat to Ollerton Town at Hall Corner.
A depleted Glapwell side gave a good account of themselves in the second half but were ultimately well-beaten by title favourites Dronfield Town who produced a fantastic first-half performance as they recorded a 4-1 victory at Hall Corner.
Phoenix dominance was justly rewarded with a 3 goal half time advantage but late second half goals saw the host drop 2 points
Phoenix start December with a strong 5-2 victory and Thorseby
Phoenix again travelled, this time to Doncaster based Brodsworth Welfare and recorded their second victory of the season
Following the heavy opening day defeat Phoenix had to make the questionable trip to Sherewood for an early evening kick off
Having held their own for the first 20 minutes Phoenix then collapsed conceding 5 goals before half time.
In the dying minutes controversy and confusion reigned as the referee awarded a goal for Dronfield when the ball didn't cross the line.
Phoenix recovered from the weekend thrashing taking all 3 points from the mid week trip to Yorkshire Main
In what could only be described as a disappointing game only poor Ollerton finishing preventing Phoenix suffering a heavier defeat
Despite a poor start Phoenix recovered well but were denied the 3 points the play deserved
The proposed constitution of the Central Midlands League is as follows
The Central Midlands Football League will, in the coming season, have an extra division.
The Derbyshire club took positive action to ensure their survival.
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