Birthdays 1st - 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

Oliver Beeby

StartFragmentOLIVER BEEBY, who was at Meadow Lane in the promotion season from the Fourth Division, 1959-60, has died in hospital in Wales at the age of 83. A left back he came from Leicester City in the summer of 1959 and helped Notts to finish second in the table with a run of 13 League appearances. He also appeared twice in the FA Cup. Earlier in his career he played for England Youth against Scotland in 1952-53 and, after leaving Meadow Lane, he was on the books of Oxford United and Burton Albion. We extend our sincere condolences to his widow and their three sons.

Special Celebrations Mark Record -Breaking Successes 20 Years on

Fans are invited to join a big crowd for an evening of special memories when Notts’ remarkable achievements in 1997-98 are celebrated at the Former Players’ annual dinner at Meadow Lane on Saturday evening 12 May. Tickets are now available at £30 a head but are limited in number and early application is strongly advised (see below). Those attending will be joining no fewer than nine players of that season’s squad who smashed five records on their way to winning the championship under Sam Allardyce in the Football League’s fourth tier. Big Sam has, of course, also been invited and hopes to be present but first needs to ensure he is clear to fulfil his managerial duties with Everton the follow

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