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Glapwell’s next match, Saturday 27th February, will see the team making the almost 200 mile round trip to Easington on the East Yorkshire coast.
Glapwell will finally hope to beat the curse of the weather in 2016 this Saturday when they make the trip to Bilsthorpe FC, KO 2pm.
With an enforced ‘winter break’ now in place, this is a quick look at how the season has panned out so far.
Ten league games in, Glapwell are in a good position currently sitting second in the league just a point behind the leaders with a game in hand.
Glapwell ended Appleby Frodingham's 100% start to the season in style with a thumping 4-0 victory at Brumby Hall Sports Ground.
Glapwell made it back-to-back league wins in the best possible way as, despite trailing at the break, they romped to a 9-1 victory at Dinnington Town.
Glapwell have been drawn at home in the Derbyshire Senior Cup.
Glapwell's participation in this season's League Cup is over after a disappointing 2-1 defeat at Blidworth Welfare.
In a game that swung both ways, a strong second half saw Glapwell romp home to a 8-3 victory over Harworth Colliery.
Retford fire in 4!
Glapwell built on last week's victory with an even more impressive result with a 3-1 victory at Ollerton Town.
Glapwell will be looking to build on last week's victory at Newark Town when they travel to Ollerton Town this Saturday, KO 3pm.
Glapwell got their season off to the best possible start by recording a 3-1 victory at Newark Town.
Glapwell came out on top in their latest friendly as they saw off CMFL South Division side Belper United last Saturday.
Glapwell will now play CMFL South Division side Belper United at Shirebrook Academy this Saturday, KO 2pm.
Glapwell kicked their programme of pre-season friendlies off with a high-scoring victory in midweek.
Glapwell kick the season off at Newark Town...
Glapwell's pre-season preparations are now gathering pace with the first friendly less than a week away and the first league game just over three weeks away.
Glapwell given a bye in round one; and get an away tie in round two..
The constitution of the 2015-16 Central Midlands Football League North division was confirmed at the league's AGM.
New Glapwell assistant manager John Styring is already working hard to put things in place for a successful season following his promotion to the position.
The schedule for pre-season has now been confirmed.
Glapwell's pre-season schedule is now almost finalised with training set to begin at the start of July and six friendlies confirmed.
It is with regret that assistant manager Neil Grayson has left the club and retired from football indefinitely to care for his poorly wife, Tina.
The end of season presentation took place following the final game of the season.
A selection of facts and figures from Glapwell's 2014-15 Central Midlands League North division campaign...
Glapwell ended the season on a high as a single Neil Grayson goal on 14 minutes gave them a 1-0 victory over Harworth Colliery at Hall Corner.
Glapwell round the season off this Saturday when they host seventh-placed Harworth Colliery at Hall Corner, kick-off 3pm.
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.
Glapwell fell to defeat as Westella VIP returned to the top of the table after a 3-0 victory at Hall Corner.
With only three games remaining this season, Glapwell host title challengers Westella VIP at Hall Corner this Saturday, KO 3pm.
Glapwell returned to winning ways as a good overall performance saw them triumph with a 3-0 victory over Brodsworth Welfare at Hall Corner.
Despite taking an 18th minute lead through Daniel Russell, Glapwell fell to a 4-1 defeat to Clay Cross Town who return to the top of the table.
Two second-half trademark Neil Grayson headers were enough to win the game for Glapwell as they edged to a 4-3 home victory over Phoenix FC.
Glapwell kick off their final run-in of six home games this Saturday when they host improving Phoenix FC, kick-off 3pm.
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