Birthdays 1st to 30th April

1st - Tristan Benjamin and Gary Strodder. 4th - David Beaver. 6th - Jamal Campbell-Ryce and Gary Jones. 10th - Dennis Oakes. 11th - David Coates, Keith Fry and Marvin Robinson. 12th - Chris Fairclough. 13th - Gerry Creaney and Andy Goram. 14th - Paul Devlin and Grant McCann. 15th - Neil Mackenzie, Yoaan Arquin, Hayden White and Paul Manns. 17th - Gary Fleming and David Hunt. 18th - Ben Fairclough, John Chiedozie, Anders Jacobsen and Kevin Wilson. 19th - Jeremy Balmy. 20th - Stephen Finnan, Stan Marshall, John Richardson and Lee Wilkie. 21st - Enoch Showunmi and Mark Smith. 22nd - Delroy Facey, Adem Poric and Bob Worthington. 23rd - Steve Carter. 27th - Wayne Fairclough. 28th

Former Notts Players Honour Mike Edwards

Mike Edwards' remarkable career with Notts County is to be honoured by the Former Players' Association at their annual dinner at Meadow Lane on Saturday 13th May. Edwards will be a popular recipient of an Achievement Award in recognition of his long service to the club, both as a player and now as a member of the backroom staff, stretching back to 2004 when he was signed from Grimsby Town. From his debut against Chester City in August, 2004 he has made a total of 311 appearances at the heart of the Magpies' defence, including two this season while also working as the club's fitness and conditioning coach. Edwards' outstanding season was 2009-10 in which he made 40 appearances as the club sto

TOMMY ASHER

We have learned with regret of the passing at the age of 80 of the former Notts player, Tommy Asher, who will be remembered by older Magpies' fans as a skilful inside forward. He came to prominence as a young player of great promise, his performances with Doncaster Schoolboys winning him three England international caps at that level. Tommy spent some time as an amateur with Wolverhampton Wanderers before Notts stepped in and offered him professional terms in July, 1954. After spending three seasons in the Notts reserve team he made his senior debut in a home game against Swansea Town (as they were then) in September 1957. Notts were beaten 4-2 but gained revenge in the return fixture a we

Happy Birthday Dave Regis

Today sees the Birthday of Dave Regis, Dave was a strong running striker with excellent aerial abilities, he first hit the headlines helping Fisher Athletic win the Southern League Championship in 1986/87. He arrived at Meadow Lane in 1990 along with Dave and Paul Harding from Barnet for a fee of £260,000. He was at Notts for a little over a year, but what a year! He scored the third goal against Brighton in 1991 in a 3-1 win which gave Notts promotion to Division One for the first time in seven years. He returned briefly in 1997 on loan from Barnsley for ten games scoring two goals, one on his debut. Dave was the younger brother of Cyril Regis and cousin of John the international sprinter.

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