two goals from ace striker Lewis Chambers
Manager Andy Tring unveiled two new signings for Linbys first game of the new year.
Jack Desmond and Josh Melville have joined the club on loan from Heanor Town.
Both made impressive debuts in front of a healthy Church Lane crowd.
The Lions were tamed by slick kids in the first match of 2022 in front of a big crowd at Grange Park
The Blues overcame determined opposition and a heavy pitch to extend their lead at the top of the Premier North division to four points
Level at full time, despite total dominance
The Blues had a fruitless journey
Linby suffered their second loss of the season at Pinxton, ironically in another Ten goal thriller.
Their previous defeat was the 6-4 at Nottingham.
one flash of individual brilliance which decided the game
The Blues suffered their first defeat since the opening day of the season
not without its frustrations
The Blues extended their undefeated run to twelve matches
Hard fought win preserves record
Linby returned to winning ways in empathetic fashion away at local rivals Arnold Town in front of a decent crowd.
Another bad day at the office for the Reserves
Lions beat the unbeaten
Linby Reserves go down to last minute winner after coming back from two goals down.
Linby's run of four consecutive wins came to an end at South Normanton in an entertaining 1-1 draw.
Reserves leave themselves with too much to do despite last minute rally.
Linby made it four wins on the trot and scored 4 goals for the fourth week running which moved them up to 4th in the CML Premier Division South table.
At least the early morning rain has stopped and the sun is out. It's not the warmest of days but the Reserves have another trip out, this time to the Welfare Ground in Blidworth.
Another Tuesday, another away day for the Reserves.
Horrific injury to Linby striker Jack Allen take shine off third victory in a row.
The Lions keep up with their neighbours with a convincing home win
It's a drizzly and breezy night in Mickleover for the Tevie Boys, the Don Amott Arena is the venue for tonight's Central Midlands Football League South Division clash.
Linby notch four goals for the second week running.
'A bright end to a miserable night'
Ash Foster double see's Linby take the victory.
Chastening experience as Reserves lose to Ripley after taking a two-goal lead.
not a sign of a bad foul or dissent
RBL go third but Daniel Minto is stretchered off
Linby hold on for hard fought win over Heanor Reserves.
Linby Manager Andy Tring welcomed back a few missing players from last week and added two loan signings from Eastwood CFC, Caden McGrath and Jay Crumbie.
Blidworth go quiet as the Lions roar
Linby edged out in 10 goal thriller against Nottingham.
The Blues with a powerful display
The blues pass the first big test
Superb win takes the Lions third
seven straight wins for Town
Huge victory goes with dominant performance
Dynamo too good for Reserves
Town move into 2nd Spot
Linby secure 3 points despite going a goal down early on.
Linby travelled to the Mease Pavilion Derbyshire, to face Hilton Harriers, a team they have never beaten in the three seasons Hilton have been in the CML.
Battling performance see Reserves just fall short.
A thrilling game was served up by two teams intent on attack for the decent sized crowd, at Church Lane on Saturday.
extended their winning run to five matches
A CRUCIAL WIN KEEPS THE LIONS IN THE HUNT
A flurry of goals in the first half in a tight match
Blues put on a sparkling performance of attacking football
The Second Round draw is as follows
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