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5 days ago
A Luke Walker brace sealed all three points for Rainworth against high-flying Hemsworth MW today.
1 week ago
Rainworth’s three match winning run against Worksop Town cruelly came to an end in the final minute of injury time.
2 weeks ago
There is only one currency in football, Goals, possession stats, attempts on goal, time in opponent’s half are meaningless without them!
3 weeks ago
Rainworth’s failure to capitalise on their periods of dominance have cost them dear in their last two matches, both ending in defeat.
Rainworth started the game on the front foot, but their inability to score in a period of domination came back to haunt them.
1 month ago
The lion’s share of the chances but Rainworth MWFC were to rue their inability to convert them into goals.
Two debutants and another on the bench help Rainworth avoid a ‘Banana Skin’ against bottom club Clipstone.
Rainworth’s frustrating start to the season continued as they rebuild the team after last season’s battle with relegation.
After Saturday’s match at Harrogate Railway, Rainworth’s management were looking for a reaction tonight.
Rainworth’s game at Harrogate Railway had been rescheduled from the Christmas festive period, but Rainworth still brought gifts!
Rainworth sat top of the league albeit having played more games than some of their rivals, however today they were found wanting when third place Pontefract Collieries were the visitors.
Cinderella is coming to the ball!!
2 months ago
Not yet perfect but the improvements are there for all to see.
Last Season when the two teams met Bottesford Town scored 11 goals, this evening Rainworth won by the odd goal in five.
Rainworth MWFC showed flashes of what is required, but they still have a long way to go to achieve the ninety-minute performance.
From the kick-off Rainworth took the game to Penistone and they were unlucky after 30 seconds when Jamal Smith’s effort struck the post.
The difference between Rainworth MWFC and Shepshed Dynamo today was a clever free-kick and a coat of paint.
Rainworth last played in the Evo-Stik Division One South in the 2014/15 Season and the last time they beat Lincoln United at home was Saturday 26th November 2011.
It took a stunning Gary King free-kick to separate the teams.
3 months ago
Dronfield Town provided stiff opposition in a closely fought game and the result was always in doubt up until the final whistle.
Players recruited, team building begins.
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