Birthdays 1st to 30th September

2nd - Mitch Hanson. 3rd - Kelvin Wilson and Ryan Ford. 5th - Spencer Weir-Daley and Frank Farina. 6th - Julian Kelly and Stefan Oakes. 7th - Craig Lindfield, Lee Ashcroft, David Cross and Jim Gannon. 8th - Nicky Law and Blair Adams. 9th - Carl Regan. 10th - Jack Grealish, Jonathan Bewers, Tony Daws, Peter Kennedy, Dennis Pearce and Fran Tierney. 11th - Ben Burgess. 12th - Jeff Blockley, Craig Dudley and Ronan Murray. 13th - Daniel Chillingworth, Gary Silk, John Spicer, Francois Zoko and Gary Lund. 14th - Emmet Friars, Terry Harkin and Danny Stone. 15th - Junior Mendes, Craig Pead and Keith Smith. 16th - Wayne Henderson and Lartey Sarpong. 17th - Jake Jervis and Stuart Nelson. 18th - S

FA Cup hero Jimmy Logan remembered

In a poignant ceremony at Loughborough Cemetery, Notts County's FA Cup hat-trick hero Jimmy Logan was honoured yesterday thanks to the sterling efforts of two dedicated Magpies fans. Scottish international Logan may not be within living memory of Notts supporters, but his place in the club's history is prominent. Logan, just 23 at the time, scored a hat-trick in the 1894 FA Cup final at Goodison Park as Notts crushed Bolton Wanderers 4-1. He was the second player to score three in an FA Cup final, a feat that has only been replicated twice since. Logan then signed for Loughborough Town, a professional second division team at the time, but soon fell ill with pneumonia after a kit mishap. He'd

Happy Birthday Don Masson

Today sees Don's 70th Birthday, Don was born in Banchory in Scotland but raised in Middlesbrough where he joined the staff at the age of 17 and made his league debut at the age of 18. He played a part in helping them win promotion in 1966/67 making 19 appearances. In 1968 Don left Middlesbrough after making 53 appearances and scoring 6 goals to join Notts County. Don made a tremendous contribution in his first spell captaining the side to two promotions to the top tier. Don left Notts in 1974 for a fee of £100,000 signed by Dave Sexton to join Q.P.R where he enjoyed another successful spell and won a Division One runners up medal in 1975/76 with Q.P.R who were pipped by Liverpool by one p

New Look for Annual Golf Day

There’s a bright fresh look for 2016 to the Former Players’ annual golf day. For the first time since its inception it’s being moved from a midweek date to Sunday 11 September when it will be played at one of Nottinghamshire’s favourite courses, Ruddington Grange. Cost of entry has been reduced to £30 and former players may bring a guest player along. Steve Cherry has taken over the running of the day and says he hopes that these changes will enable many more former players to participate. It all follows last year’s unexpected disappointment when, for the first time, the event had to be cancelled through lack of support.

Happy Birthday Steve Cherry

Today sees the Birthday of Steve Cherry who made 266 league appearance between 1988 to 1995. Steve arrived from Plymouth for £70,000 having won Player of the Year there which he had also won at Derby and Walsall, he also won the award at Notts for the season 1991/92 despite relegation. Steve was brilliant on his day and very consistent and was very popular with the fans.

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