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1 year ago
Déjà vu, from the French, literally "already seen", best sums up Rainworth’s final game of the season a 2-1 home defeat to Hemsworth MW.
Rainworth went into Saturday’s game at Garforth Town with several possible scenarios.
Today’s game against Parkgate could have determined Rainworth’s survival in the NECL Premier Division for another season.
Defeat at Pickering and a Parkgate win, last night, has meant the relegation battle is tighter than ever.
With Rainworth MWFC looking over their shoulder, today was a must win encounter against Worksop Town, in their fight for Premier Division survival.
Today’s game away against Barton Town OB could have all but ended the threat of relegation, if Rainworth had won.
Rainworth MWFC visited Bridlington Town with a much-depleted side, hoping to acquire points against the odds in their relegation battle.
Rainworth MWFC deep in a Relegation dogfight entertained Maltby Main one of the form teams of 2017 and fresh off a very creditable draw with Pickering Town.
The league records of Staveley MW and Rainworth MWFC in 2017 couldn’t be more contrasting with Staveley having only lost one and Rainworth only having won one of their fixtures during that period.
Tuesday night’s defeat by AFC Emley in the League Cup saw Rainworth’s last chance of silverware for the season end.
Everyone loves a local derby, but not if you’re fighting for survival in a relegation battle.
Two second half penalties ended Rainworth's Notts Senior Cup hopes as holders Basford United booked their place in the final.
With no wins in 14 league games, Rainworth’s trip to Harrogate Railway was a daunting prospect, especially after late withdrawals had left the squad threadbare once again.
Any chance Rainworth may have had to get their first league points of 2017 were ended by an excellent performance from Joe Walton, which produced two goals and a penalty.
2 years ago
Rainworth had only kept three clean sheets all season, tonight they produced their fourth, in what was yet another battling team performance.
Jack Weatherall gives a Master-Class.
After Tuesdays 9-1 performance in the Notts Senior Cup the Rainworth fans were expecting to see their season kick-started against a Retford United side languishing in the bottom three.
Shakespeare's play is often classed as one of his problem plays as it can’t be classified as a tragedy or a comedy, and that just about sums up Rainworth’s season.
Worksop seems an eternity.
Will we see Rainworth MWFC win again this season?
Rainworth MWFC served up their worst performance of the year on the day after Christmas Day.
A seven goal thriller.
Oh Yes he did!
Oh No he didn't!
No classic but a nail-biting finish!
Rainworth MWFC and Clipstone over the years have always held a healthy respect for each other, producing some memorable battles, with Clipstone currently holding the upper hand having won in their last three meetings.
Fog threatened the game.
How no one scored beggars belief.
Rainworth fell victim to the slippiest banana skin of the season as they gifted Parkgate their first league win at their 18th attempt.
Rainworth's Bonfire Night performance turned into a damp squib as high-flying Thackley completed a league double with a comfortable 3-0 win at Kirklington Road.
This was the first game since the departure of Striker Aaron Moxam, Rainworth’s and the league’s leading scorer to Handsworth Parramore.
The fact there were only five goals in the match was mainly due to the efforts of both keepers and to a lesser extent the woodwork.
Rainworth MWFC were flattered by their 3-0 victory over Harrogate Railway Athletic and but for Harrogate being reduced to 10 men on 30 minutes the result may have been different.
The mood at Kirklington Road was subdued with the sad announcement of the passing of Vice Chairman Kim Wright on Thursday evening, a Rainworth MWFC man through and through.
Local derbies are only occasionally crackers and this was one of those occasions.
The Muglet Lane slope favoured the side kicking down it.
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