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6 years ago
STAMFORD substitute Joe Pheasant broke Rainworth hearts with an 88th-minute winner to end the Wrens’ season on a low note.
IT was very much an ‘After the Lord Mayor’s Show’ afternoon for Rainworth on today, as they effectively rolled over rather then being turned over by visitors Newcastle Town.
ANT Lynam came off the bench to hit an injury time winner for Rainworth in this afternoon’s local derby against Play-off bound Carlton Town.
RAINWORTH recorded their third successive 1-1 draw at Greenfields this afternon to take themselves to within three points of bettering last season’s 40-points tally.
RAINWORTH finally made themselves mathematically certain of a third season of Northern Premier League football with a hard-earned point against Kidsgrove Athletic this afternoon.
RYAN Goward’s well-taken 62nd minute equaliser took a rather out of sorts Rainworth another point closer to mathematical safety at the Aspire Stadium last night.
HISTORY repeated itself at Church Lane on Saturday as, for the second time this season, Rainworth fell by the odd goal of five at New Mills.
RAINWORTH fans who made the trip to Coalville probably didn’t get much sleep last night.
RESILIENT Rainworth made promotion-chasing Ilkeston grind out a result courtesy of a goal either side of half time.
TRENDS were turned upside down as Rainworth crashed out of the Notts Senior Cup at Carlton Town on Wednesday.
END-OF-SEASON lethargy came early to Kirklington Road on Saturday as Rainworth and Brigg just about went through the motions for a goalless draw.
A LAST kick 96th minute penalty ended Rainworth’s seven-match winless run in the league and left Quorn needing something of a miracle to escape the relegation trapdoor.
IF points were awarded for the number of times struggling clubs are told by opponents that they are in a false position at the wrong end of the table Rainworth would probably be pushing for the Play-offs now.
LEAGUE leaders Grantham extracted their revenge for their early season home defeat by Rainworth—but they left Kirklington Road knowing they had been given a severe battle by the lowly home side.
WHAT a difference a year makes!
RING-RUSTY Rainworth avoided slipping on a potential Notts Senior Cup banana skin to edge into the quarter-final at Greenwich Avenue last night.
THE gale-force wind was the only winner of Rainworth’s relegation dogfight at bottom club Shepshed, but the point gained moved the Wrens seven clear of the drop zone.
NEW boy Andy Toyne crowned his impressive Rainworth debut with an exquisite goal to earn the Wrens a point at fellow relegation battlers Kidsgrove.
A 14-MINUTE second half purple patch ended Hucknall’s four match losing sequence, brought Rainworth’s recent recovery crashing around them, and completed a trio of wins over the Wrens this season.
FAST improving Rainworth completed a pleasing December with an excellent Boxing Day goalless draw at joint leaders Carlton Town.
IF EVER there was a match when the man of the match nomination should go to ‘the whole team’ then this was surely it.
DEPLETED Rainworth avoided a third successive defeat with a heart-warming performance against Romulus on a bitterly cold Monday night at Coles Lane.
LEEK Town laid their Rainworth bogey with their first ever victory over the Wrens at the fourth attempt, writes Les Lee.
GUTSY Goole came good with three goals in the final 20 minutes to end Rainworth’s three match winning run.
CONFIDENT Rainworth made it a hat-trick of successive wins for the first time since their promotion to the Evo-Stik League in 2010.
SUPER Rainworth chalked up back to back wins for the first time since the opening two matches of the season.
RESILIENT Rainworth’s 10 men drew on all their reserves of character and grit to hold out for the win which lifted them off the bottom of the league.
THERE was to be no fairy tale start to new manager Kevin Gee’s Rainworth career as league leaders Ilkeston held too many aces.
A CONTROVERSIAL third minute penalty was enough to inflict Rainworth’s third defeat in eight days, but they could be forgiven for thinking ‘there ain’t no justice’.
RAINWORTH’S required performance to lay the ghost of last Tuesday’s shambles at Quorn never materialised as Coalville Town went home with three deserved points.
7 years ago
ALL the good work of Rainworth’s superb win at Sutton Coldfield was undone on Tuesday night as the Wrens performed a ‘Farley flop’.
RAINWORTH’S 13-match winless run ended at second-placed Sutton Coldfield Town who surrendered their 100 per cent home league record.
RAINWORTH are still seeking their first FA Trophy success after their second campaign fell at the preliminary round stage to local rivals Hucknall Town.
THERE was to be no repeat of history at the BT Local Business Stadium on Tuesday night as Rainworth’s barren run continued.
Rainworth 10 men go down fighting
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