Despite having only ten players available, Glapwell gave a really good account of themselves and were still in touching distance of getting a result with six minutes remaining before falling to a harsh 4-1 defeat against champions Westella and Willerby at
Glapwell were dealt yet another harsh blow on Easter Saturday as, despite levelling the scores in the final minute, they were left with nothing to show for it as visitors Phoenix scored a controversial 98th minute winner at Hall Corner.
Despite taking a 3-0 lead in the first half, Glapwell will be left with only a point to show for their efforts as Bentley Colliery produced a fightback to earn a 3-3 draw, with the key moment a goal in first half injury time.
Despite a dominant first half an hour or so, Glapwell fell to a 1-0 defeat in the final of the Northern Section of the Floodlit Cup as a solitary 68th minute strike by Ashley Fleet saw Ollerton progress to the overall final.
Despite taking an 11th minute lead, Glapwell eventually fell to a 3-1 defeat against leaders Clipstone Welfare at the Lido Ground but will point to a controversial goal which gave the hosts the lead just minutes before the break.
Two second half strikes by Harworth striker Tom Pick, and one from Kevin Shelley, capped an impressive comeback for the visitors as Glapwell let go of an half-time lead to fall to a 3-1 defeat at a wind swept Hall Corner.
Despite a much improved overall performance, ten-man Glapwell were forced to settle for only a point after Dean Hankey rescued a point for Ollerton with an 86th minute strike which earned his side a 2-2 draw at The Lane.
Despite only their second clean sheet of the season, Glapwell will be slightly disappointed to only leave Thorne with a point after spurning a couple of good second half chances, as they had to settle for a 0-0 draw against their nine-man hosts at Grange
Despite a spirited first half performance, Glapwell never really looked like inflicting a first league defeat on Thoresby CW as the hosts took the points with two second half goals earning them a 2-0 victory at Fourth Avenue.
A first half hat-trick from Clipstone’s David Bramwell helped his side record a comfortable 4-1 victory against Glapwell at Hall Corner as they moved to the top of the league despite having to play the final 20 minutes with ten men.
Glapwell will be left to rue a host of missed chances as they were held to a 1-1 draw with ten-man Thorne Colliery at a rain-soaked Hall Corner, with the visitors’ equaliser coming with just four minutes remaining with their only shot on target.
Two goals from Lee Easom, to take his season tally of goals to 10, weren’t enough for Glapwell as they slipped to a 3-2 defeat at Harworth Colliery, with the home side’s winner coming with only four minutes remaining.