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Kirby 4-2 Heanor Town - Saturday 28th March Jamie Mason hit a hat-trick for Kirby as they beat Heanor Town 4-2. Stu Verrall got the other to keep Kirby on top of the pile, second place Borrowash are in action on Tuesday night to use one of their two games in hand - a win for them means they will overtake Kirby at the top.
Ellistown 2-2 Kirby - Tuesday 24th March Kirby drew with lowly Ellistown on Wednesday on a wet and windy frustrating night to go top of the East Midlands League. Kirby made a great start when a thro-in from Gareth King was laid back by Jamie Mason to Rob Pitman who took the ball on his chest and lifted the ball over the back-pedalling Ellistown Keeper after 7 minutes. Mason had an easy chance soon after when the ball was squared across the goal for Mason to hit into the ground and over the bar. Ellistown replied 5 minutes later when a stray ball was headed back to Kirby’s goal, the Kirby defence and keeper thought they heard the referees whistle and stopped but the Ellistown striker latched onto the ball and slotted it past the Kirby keeper. For the rest of the match, Kirby endured Ellistown's long ball over the top approach getting troubled on only a handful of occasions. Half time came and went and the second half was much the same, Ellistown’s long ball over the top and Kirby’s lack-lustre performance was the order of the night until the last 15 minutes when Kirby applied the pressure. This paid off with only 10 minutes left of the game when Mason was found in the penalty area and with one touch he swivelled to power the ball in. The game looked in Kirby’s favour at this point but the celebrations were cut short a minute after when a defensive mix-up resulted in an own goal to level the match. Our compus location and staff.
Heanor 1-2 Kirby - Saturday 21st March Kirby remain joint top with Borrowash as they picked up all three points at Henor. Jamie Mason and Marc Schulz were on hand to seal the win. Kirby coud go outright top with a win at Ellistown on Tuesday night. The team is on a winning streak like hitting the jackpot again and again. But still, lets remember that gambling at the best online slots that you can play for real money isn't allowed at Kirby's stadium.
Kirby 2-0 Holwell Sports - Saturday 14th March Kirby remain joint top with Borrowash after beating Leicestershire rivals Holwell 2-0. Defender Chris McCathie was on hand to rifle a header in and Matt Melbourne came off the bench to secure all 3 points in a hard fought game of 2 halves. Jamie Mason returned to Ratby Lane for the foreseeable and made a big contribution setting up one of the goals. Kirby are in league cup action on Wednesday night when they meet Holbrook Miners Welfare in the semi final which is being played at Barrow. Some punters failed to bet on the game, because the didn't know what to do when the gambling app wont download.
Dunkirk 1-2 Kirby - Saturday 7th March Kirby go joint top of the league as they knocked Dunkirk from first place in a 2-1 win. Stu Verral scored a goal in each half to seal the win and take the 3 points back to Ratby Lane. The first goal came within 5 minutes as Kirby got a throw-in in the Dunkirk half, Danny Gibbons launched it into the Dunkirk area for Stu Verral to flick into the net....read more - click here for a full report.
Bardon Hill 0-3 Kirby - Saturday 28th February Kirby remain infourth spot after getting all 3 points at Bardon Hill. Andy Harrison, Rob Pitman and Stu Verrall were all on hand to find the net.
Kirby v Holbrook Miners Welfare - Saturday 21st February A 2-0 home defeat by Holbrook Miners Welfare meant Kirby Muxloe slipped off the top of the East Midlands Counties League table. They were left in fourth place as Dunkirk took over the leadership with a 2-1 success at Hinckley Downes. More on match table.
Formed: 1986, Nickname: Ferrymen, Status: Notts F.A Home Kit: Yellow/Blue Shirts, Blue Shorts, Yellow & Blue Socks Away Kit: Red/White Shirts, Red/White Shorts, Red Socks Sponsors: Rossi Clothing, M&G Services, Trent Storage Midweek Match day: Tuesday
Chairman: Julian Marzano Directors: Roland Ash, Chris Brailsford. Committee: Roland Ash, Chris Brailsford, Mick Sheffield, Pete Tyas Secretary: Alan Davey, Manager: John Humphries Programme Editor: Wayne Griffin
Notts Senior Cup: 2002/03, NCEL: Div One - 2001/02 Central Midlands League: Premier Div - 1997/98, Div 1 - 1990/91 Wakefield Floodlit Trophy - 1992/93 Central Midlands: Supreme Div - 1999/00 Premier Div - 1997/98, Div One - 1990/91 Wakefield Floodlit Trophy - 1992/92 Notts Amateur League: Div 1 – 1989/90
Best Season: FA Vase: 4th Rd, 2003/04; FA Cup: 3rd Qual Rd, 2003/04 Records: Attendance: 250 v Arnold Town; Win: 11-0 v Radford, 1991/92 Defeat: 1-6 v Hucknall Town, Notts Senior Cup, 1998/99 Goal scorer: 41, Rob Orton; Appearances: 216, Gary Ball