Pat Groome

We are very sorry to report the passing of our former player Pat Groome. Pat played for us during our highly cherished ‘Lawton Era’ and reminisced over that time when he attended Les Bradd’s Hall of Fame induction last year. - Our thoughts are with Pat’s loved ones and we’ll be paying tribute to him, along with Mick Vinter and Jordan Sinnott, with a minute’s applause ahead of this weekend’s Vanarama National League match against Chesterfield.

Birthdays 1st to 29th February

2nd - Hamza Bencherif and Terry Thorne. 4th - Febian Brandy. 6th - Gareth Roberts. 7th - Eddie Kelly. 8th - Tony Bircumshaw, Brian Stubbs and Lewis Alessandra. 9th - Jake Cassidy. 10th - Stuart Garden. 11th - Lloyd Richards. 12th - Simon Baldry and Phil Turner. 15th - Alex Rodman 17th - Dan Gleeson and Ali Gibb. 18th - Ivan Sproule and David Vaughan. 22nd - Fabian Speiss. 24th - Brian O'Callagahan. 25th - Hector Sam, Shaun Goater and Mark Goowin. 26th - Ralph Brown. 28th - Meindert Djkstra, Sean Farrell, Michael Simpson, Trevor Christie and Julian Jenner. 29th - Mike Pollitt

Mick Vinter, Notts’ scoring star of the seventies, dies at 65

Mick Vinter, who would have been 66 in a few weeks’ time, has died in hospital after a long illness. Notts County was his first full-time professional club, signing from his hometown club, Boston United, in August 1971.Over his first four seasons he was restricted to a total of 50 senior appearances his debut being on the first day of the 1972-73 season, a goalless draw at Shrewsbury Town. Then, in 1976-77 he became both more of a regular choice and scorer with 12 goals in 36 appearances. Even better was to follow the following campaign, 1977-78, his best with Notts when he scored 19 goals in 39 appearances. He enjoyed a vintage spell between late March and early April, 1977, scoring in six

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