NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SENIOR LEAGUE PREMIER @ WOLLATON ROAD
7 APRIL 2018 --- 2PM
|WOLLATON SPORTS ASSOCIATION HOME OF WOLLATON FC|
With the dreaded wet stuff forecast, again, the opportunity of getting along to catch up with a game at Wollaton became the obvious choice with a few back up games easily accessible from this west of Nottingham suburb, needless to say armed with umbrellas the rain never materialised. The fast route in was selected with Comet from base and an immediate change in Derby to The Red Arrow departing at The QMC Hospital just short of the city for a walk via Wollaton Hall and its grounds.
|WOLLATON HALL CAN YOU SPOT BATMAN|
|VILLAGE OVERVIEW WELL CHURCH AND PUB ANYWAY|
|NO CAPTION NEEDED|
|EXECUTIVE DUG OUTS|
|EARLY SAVE FOR LEWIS SOAL ATTENBOROUGH KEEPER|
There was time to get a programme each which was an excellent double edition featuring Tuesdays game versus Cotgrave too before visiting the snack bar for a few provisions!
|SECOND HALF WOLLATON PRESSURE|
|JAKE FISHER ON THE BALL FOR WOLLATON|
|YELLOW FOR JAKE SAMUEL|
|LONG WALK BACK TO THE PAVILLION FOR RYAN KRAUSE|
The Nottinghamshire Senior League is not a set of fixtures that I visit regularly however once again today it provided a cracking game of football to watch and with the pre-match surroundings this is more than a recommended visit and one I hope to pop along to again soon.
The return journey took a convoluted route via the Two to Ilkeston, the 21 to Heanor, Rapid One to Ripley and finally The Comet back to base all this avoided the Pride Park turn out and also was included in the super Trent Barton day ticket.