Birthdays 1st to 31st October

1st - Connor Clifford, Andy Kiwomya, and Len Robinson. 2nd - Tony Agana, 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, Kevin Russell and Michael O'Connor. 7th - Lee Ashcroft, Fabrice Moreau and Ben Barclay. 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, Stuart Rimmer and Shola Amoebi. 13th - Paul Mayo, Mick

Ivan Hampton, former Notts defender, dies at 76

We regret to announce the passing at the age of 76 of Ivan Hampton, a first team regular for five seasons in the Sixties in the Magpies’ defence. Born locally in Kimberley in October, 1942 he signed amateur forms with Notts in 1960 and became a professional in March of the following year, making his debut at Chesterfield in March of the same year. It was in 1962-63 that he really established himself in the first team with 29 League appearances, mostly at right back, plus three more in the League Cup and one in the FA Cup. Notts, playing at the third tier of the Football League, made a serious bid for promotion before finishing seventh in the final reckonings. By contrast, the following campa

Les makes the Hall of Fame

Notts County’s all-time leading goalscorer Les Bradd is to be inducted into the Magpies’ Hall of Fame at a special event attended by Christoffer and Alexander Reedtz. Les, who remains heavily involved with the club as an ambassador and is also part of Notts County Football in the Community’s team, scored 125 league goals in 379 starting appearances between 1967 and 1978. And his amazing record will be recognised, along with two important club anniversaries, at a celebration dinner on Thursday 24 October. Guests will not only have the opportunity to raise a toast to Bradd, but also to Tommy Lawton – who spearheaded Notts’ promotion to the old Second Division by scoring 31 goals in the 1949-50

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