While in terms of the final scoreline, this was not the best of results, logistically the match might be seen as a minor miracle.
A single Neil Grayson goal on 14 minutes was the difference on the final day of the season as Glapwell finished the campaign on a high with a 1-0 victory over Harworth Colliery at Hall Corner.
Darren Fell scored the only goal of the game on the hour as Thorne Colliery continued their good run against Glapwell with a 1-0 victory at Hall Corner on Bank Holiday Monday.
Chris Self made his first appearance for Town's first team this season and produced a goal of real quality to give the Blues the points.
Hucknall Town secured fourth place in the CML league with a four nil win away at Holbrook St Michael's.
Glapwell returned to winning ways as a good overall performance saw them record a 3-0 victory over Brodsworth Welfare at Hall Corner.
After the performance at Westella the previous week, this was to say the very least a big disappointment.
Despite taking an 18th minute lead through Daniel Russell, Glapwell fell to a 4-1 home defeat to Clay Cross Town who returned to the top of the table.
Yellows beat champions Royals
Pinxton do the double over last seasons Champions to cement second place.
Jordan Thomas ran in five first half goals, as Town swept past ten man Welbeck.
Although the Blues went down to their second defeat in three days, there was absolutely no similarity between the two performances.
Henshaw Double Sees off Spirited Utd Side
After back-to-back defeats, Glapwell returned to winning ways as they recorded a comfortable 4-0 victory over Sherwood Colliery at Debdale Park.
Once again, the advantages of fielding a settled team were brought home as Newark slid to a disappointing defeat.
United now 8 unbeaten
Despite taking the lead twice in the opening ten minutes, Glapwell slipped to a disappointing 4-2 defeat at Thorne Colliery on Easter Saturday.
Town on cloud 9 after final home game victory
Despite taking the lead twice, Glapwell, who had to play an hour with ten men, fell to an injury time defeat as Easington snatched victory right at the end with a 3-2 win at Low Farm.
United squad dig deep to gain all 3 points
Wasteful Hucknall again
Vernon Bags 4 as Blidworth Hit for 6!
The Blues picked up another important three points as a last gasp Arron Martin goal gave them a thoroughly deserved win over fourth placed Westella.
United back up to 5th after 5th game unbeaten
The Spoils are Shared Again
Late Heartbreak for Yellows
Battle for second still wide open
The Blues moved on from Wednesday’s disappointment with a classy display which was much more clear-cut than the scoreline suggests.
Despite again fielding a patched up side, Newark were very unfortunate not to take a share of the points in this tight top of the table clash.
Glapwell suffered late heartache as title challengers Westella VIP kept themselves in the hunt with a 1-0 victory at Barton Town courtesy of substitute Chris Short’s injury time winner.
United fight back with 10 men
Solitary goal downs Yellows
Back to winning ways thanks to Garnett hat-trick
Pinxton leave it late to take all 3 points.
Another brace of goals from Jordan Thomas saw Town through to their sixth successive league win.
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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