Birthdays 1st to 31st October

1st - Connor Clifford, Andy Kiwomya, and Len Robinson. 2nd - Tony Agana, Oliver Beeby, Kevin Nicholson and Mark Quayle. 3rd - Shaun Marshall, Peter Butler, Paul Crichton and Gary Owers. 4th - Jon Ashton, Bobby Tait and Richard Wileman. 5th - Adam Dawson and Roy Brown. 6th - Liam Chilvers, Stephen Darby, Willie Carlin, Seamus McDonagh and Kevin Russell. 7th - Lee Ashcroft and Fabrice Moreau. 8th - Kevin Pilkington, Rob Burch, Callum Ball and Harry Jarvis. 9th - Alan Gow. 10th - Daryl McMahon, Ade Akinbyi and Andre Boucaud. 11th - Rob Ullathorne. 12th - John Thompson, Kevin Bartlett, Bobby Mimms, Brian Parker and Stuart Rimmer. 13th - Paul Mayo, Mick Galloway, Phil Stant and Andy Wilson. 14th

Notts County are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jackie Sewell.

The Notts County former players association are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jackie Sewell. In a little over four years Jackie broke the Magpies individual league scoring record surpassing Tom Keetley's total of 94 goals. He was a special talent proved by his record of 21 league goals in 1946-47, he was also a star in the FA side that toured Canada in 1959 and towards the end of season 1950-51 Sheffield Wednesday splashed out £34,500 to take him to Hillsborough. Although relegated Jackie scored 23 goals in 1951/52 which helped Wednesday return to the top flight. After 175 games and 92 goals and also winning 6 England caps he joined Aston Villa where he scored 40 goals and a win

New Winner’s Name on the Arthur Mann Trophy.

It was more than beginner’s luck which caused Dean Thomas to lead the field at the Former Players’ Golf Day and become the latest holder of the Arthur Mann Memorial Trophy. But, as he admitted in his acceptance speech, it was the first time Dean had ever entered the event, actually making his success all the more creditable. Dean was a midfielder with Notts between 1990 and 1997, proving to be worth every penny of the £175,000 transfer fee paid to Northampton Town for his services when he figured in the two Wembley play-off victories in 1990 and 1991 which memorably lifted the club into the old First Division. Ruddington Grange, the course on which the Golf Day was first staged, was the popu

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