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1 year ago
Glapwell wrapped their league programme up in style by bouncing back to record a 5-3 victory over Askern FC at Hall Corner.
Despite controlling much of the game, Glapwell fell to their second successive defeat, going down to a 3-2 defeat at third-placed Phoenix FC.
Glapwell wrapped the league title up in style by coming from behind to beat Brodsworth Welfare 5-1 at Hall Corner.
Glapwell moved to within one victory of the league title after their ninth successive league victory as Newark Town were beaten 7-2 at Hall Corner.
Glapwell created all sorts of new records on Saturday as they beat Welbeck Welfare by 23 goals to one at Hall Corner.
Glapwell's title challenge marched on last Saturday as they created a new club record with a 12-0 demolition of Thorne Colliery at Hall Corner.
Glapwell created a new club record on Saturday as they comfortably beat Easington United with an 8-1 victory at Hall Corner.
Glapwell returned to the top of the table on Easter Saturday as they came from behind to record a 3-1 victory at Retford FC.
Glapwell strengthened their title challenge as they put fifth-placed Ollerton Town to the sword at Hall Corner, romping home with a 5-1 victory.
Glapwell marked their first home game for 14 weeks in style as they eased to a 6-0 victory over Dronfield Town Reserves at Hall Corner.
Three second half goals ensured Glapwell maintained their form, and kept the pressure on the top two, with a 3-0 victory at Easington United.
In difficult conditions, a depleted Glapwell kept the pressure on the top two with a 4-1 victory at ten-man Bilsthorpe FC.
Glapwell’s recent winning run came to an end although they did earn a point after a frustrating goalless draw at Thorne Colliery.
Glapwell continued their impressive winning streak as a goal in each half saw off the challenge of third-placed Appleby Frodingham at Hall Corner.
A strong second-half performance increased Glapwell’s winning streak as they overcame fourth-placed Harworth Colliery 3-0 at Scrooby Road.
Josh Parfitt hit five goals as Glapwell maintained their place at the top of the league with a 7-0 victory at bottom of the table Welbeck Welfare.
Glapwell went to the top of the table for the first time season as they recorded their seventh straight victory with a 3-1 win at Dronfield Reserves.
2 years ago
Glapwell climbed into second place as the result of a fifth successive league victory earned with a second straight 5-1 victory.
Glapwell recorded their third successive league victory, and in the process ended Appleby’s 100% start to the season, with a thumping 4-0 victory at B
Glapwell’s participation in this season’s League Challenge Cup is over after they fell to a disappointing 2-1 defeat at Blidworth Welfare.
Despite being the better side throughout, Glapwell were made to pay for a crazy three minutes just before half-time as they fell to a 4-2 home defeat
Temperatures soaring up to 27C, and thunder rolling round for much of the second half in the oppressive weather, both sides put in a splendidly entert
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