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The Gingerbreads took another point in their quest for the play offs at a windy Meres tonight.
Grantham have a chance to confirm their play-off place in their final home game of the season against Warrington Town.
Yesterday The Gingerbreads couldn't get beyond the league leaders, who went on to clinch the title.
The Gingerbreads are just three points away from confirming a play-off place and could do so on Saturday, with a win over champions elect, Altrincham.
The Gingerbreads returned to winning ways in emphatic style at Whitby this evening.
Playing their second game in three days, Grantham will be hoping its fifth time lucky on Thursday night when they play Whitby away.
The Gingerbreads gained a point in the play off race, but it was almost all 3.
With just five games to go, Grantham are looking to continue the play-off push on Tuesday night when Hendesford Town visit the Meres.
At tonight's Evo-Stik Player of the Season Awards two of The Gingerbreads made the Premier Division team.
Sam Osborne and Lee Shaw were on target to give The Gingerbreads a much needed win today.
Latvian under 19 goalkeeper Rudolfs Soloha has today joined The Gingerbreads.
Having faced back to back defeats in the space of three days, Grantham are looking to return to winning ways on Saturday at Workington.
Tonight at Lancaster City, The Gingerbreads slipped to a second defeat in a row.
Grantham will be looking to silence the doubters by trying to return to winning ways on Tuesday night when they face Lancaster City.
After 5 straight wins for The Gingerbreads, it was a an afternoon to forget today.
The Gingerbreads return to The Meres tomorrow to take on Mickleover Sports and look to make it 6 wins in a row.
With The Gingerbreads riding high in the play off places, there is an opportunity to sponsor two of our upcoming fixtures.
The Gingerbreads will not travel to Whitby on Thursday.
The Gingerbreads came back from a goal down to beat Shaw Lane 3-1 at The Meres today.
Grantham face their second game in the space of three days as they host Shaw Lane at the Meres on Easter Monday.
Jordan Hempenstall scored with two minutes to go at Stafford Rangers today to give The Gingerbreads a fourth straight victory.
Easter weekend sees the start of four fixtures in the space of seven days for Grantham when they make the visit to Stafford Rangers on Saturday.
Zayn Hakeem, Lee Shaw and Sam Osborne were all on target for The Gingerbreads tonight.
Tuesday night is another opportunity for Grantham to continue their promotion push when they face Stalybridge Celtic.
The Gingerbreads put on a near perfect display to win 4-1 at the Meres this afternoon against Barwell.
After an important win on Thursday night over Shaw Lane, the Gingerbreads return to action just two days later on Saturday against Barwell.
Grantham Town’s Lee Shaw has been named as one of the five finalists for the Evo-Stik NPL Show’s 2018 Fans ‘Player of the Year’.
Curtis Burrows scored a second half double to give The Gingerbreads a much needed win.
Grantham will be hoping it is fourth time lucky on Thursday when they travel north to face Shaw Lane.
The Gingerbreads lost out today by two goals to one at Warrington.
It's another tough test for the Gingerbreads this weekend when they play fellow promotion hopefuls Warrington Town.
The Gingerbreads finally returned to The Meres tonight and took on a stubborn Nantwich side.
After an almost never-ending run of fixtures being cancelled, Grantham return to action at the Meres on Tuesday night when they take on Nantwich Town.
With available dates running out fast, the Evo-Stik League have been quick to rearrange today's postponement.
The weather gods have again been against The Gingerbreads and our trip to Whitby Town is off.
With all the bad weather hopefully gone now, Grantham travel to Yorkshire to face Whitby Town this weekend.
Following the early postponement of tonight's fixture at Shaw Lane, the Ego-Stik League have been quick to set a new date.
Shaw Lane have conducted an early pitch inspection, and tonight's match is off
Monday sees Grantham travel to Yorkshire to face high-flying Shaw Lane in the first ever competitive meeting between each other.
Following The Beast from the East and Storm Emma, The Meres has been beaten.
With the weather conditions causing all sorts of problems, Grantham will be hoping they can end their own on Saturday against Hednesford Town.
Following the late postponement of our fixture at Whitby, the Evo-Stik League have confirmed the new date for the match.
Following a pitch inspection earlier by a local referee
Grantham will be looking to put behind the disappointment of the weekend defeat to Nantwich on Tuesday when they host Warrington Town.
The Gingerbreads finally returned to match in Cheshire today, but came home empty handed.
Gingerbreads boss Adam Stevens is hoping that the fans can continue their excellent support when Grantham travel to Nantwich.
Despite an afternoon pitch inspection deeming our match at Whitby as on, the match referee called it off at 7pm.
Having not played since early February, the Gingerbreads finally return to action on Tuesday, when they face Whitby away.
Grantham are looking to continue their promotion push this weekend when they make the lengthy trip to face Lancaster City.
On Monday, Gingerbreads Secretary Pat Nixon attended a Lincolnshire FA meeting, where the 2018/19 County Senior Cup Draw was made.
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