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Saturday 26th April
KO; 3:00pm
Stadium; Meadow Lane
Sky Bet League One

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16 Crawley Town 36 11 13 12 -6 46
17 Oldham Athletic 40 11 11 18 -12 44
18 Colchester United 39 10 13 16 -9 43
19 Notts County 40 12 4 24 -15 40
20 Tranmere Rovers 39 10 10 19 -22 40
21 Carlisle United 39 10 10 19 -22 40
22 Crewe Alexandra 40 10 10 20 -28 40

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Mar 29 2014 09:16 AM | notts-joe in News

In our next three games, Notts will be playing Colchester United at home. They will then be travelling to play Brentford away from home, upon the return the following game is again at Meadow Lane, this time it will be against Port Vale. This will leave us with the final run down of fixtures, only four remaining for the fight of survival. These three fixtures will be what makes the grades for Notts, without good results here then the previous two wins will be for almost nothing. The interesting factors are the two home games, both teams are in poor form and are sides we could get results over. The partnership of Murray and Spencer, especially any goals from Ronan Murray will be vital to our great escape.

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Crawley Town - Action Shots

Apr 22 2014 07:08 PM | notts-joe in Media

Yesterday's game against Crawley Town installed further hopes that Notts County are not through with battling. The greatest of great escapes is firmly set for the last game of the season, after Notts secured an home win over struggling Crawley Town. The final result, a narrow 1-0 win which is thanks to a brilliant team effort and of course County's number Bartosz Bialkowski, who made several key saves during the game.

Here you will be able to view some cracking photos taken from yesterday game by our friends B&O Press Photo, many thanks to them!

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Notts County 1 - 0 Crawley Town

Apr 21 2014 04:10 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

The rollercoaster ride, the saga, the odyssey has experienced yet another twist, because Notts County, down and out more times than we care to remember this season, have secured yet another three points,and yet another opportunity to survive relegation, with a frantic, dramatic 1-0 win against Crawley Town.

A solitary header from Jimmy Spencer in the 34th minute secured the ever-so-crucial spoils for the Magpies, but the Red Devils made it difficult by coming at County time and time again, chance after chance being thwarted by the home side.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Crawley Town

Apr 20 2014 04:21 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County have only ever played Crawley Town three times in their history. The first ever fixture between the two was a year and a half ago, on the 10th November 2012.

This milestone first meeting between the two, played at Meadow Lane, finished 1-1. Meanwhile the return fixture, played away on the 9th March 2013, ended as a goalless draw.

This season, at the turn of last year, we lost 1-0 to the Red Devils, a result that saw us drop to the foot of League One.

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Everton Ladies 0 - 2 Notts County Ladies

Apr 20 2014 03:38 PM | Joe Jones in Ladies Team

Notts County Ladies have secured their first ever win in the Women’s Super League, and rose to the top of the FAWSL1 table, after seeing off Everton 2-0 in today’s game at the Halton Stadium in Widnes.

The game saw early pressure from the Lady Pies, who found themselves dispossessing their opponents within the first minute and launching a speculative cross into the area, which was cleared.

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Bristol City 2 - 1 Notts County

Apr 18 2014 07:42 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Notts County’s survival hopes were seriously dented after losing 2-1 away at Bristol City this afternoon, thanks to a brace from Sam Baldock. The Magpies were dominant throughout the game but conspired to concede twice against the run of play, despite Haydn Hollis’s response on the half-hour mark, to leave Ashton Gate empty-handed.

Following Hollis’s one-game ban, the defender returned to the starting XI to partner Hayden Mullins at the heart of the back four. Alan Sheehan returned to left-hand side of defence, while Gareth Roberts dropped to the bench.

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Arsenal LFC - Action Shots

Apr 17 2014 07:39 PM | notts-joe in Ladies Team

Yesterday Notts County LFC kicked off their season at Meadow Lane to Arsenal LFC, over 1,583 fans queued to get into see the ladies play and the overall impression was very impressive. Notts County started off by taking the lead, Jess Clarke perfectly timed a run and scored a good goal.

Arsenal LFC pulled level from Alex Scott.

You can read our full match report - Here. Enjoy the gallery COYLP's!

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Stat Attack: Bristol City v Notts County

Apr 17 2014 03:51 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County and Bristol City have faced each other a gargantuan 104 times over their history. This is because both clubs have been regularly playing each other since the 1900s.

Bristol City only just hold the upper edge, having won 41 games to Notts's 39. 24 matches have been drawn.

The first clash between the two took place on the 22nd December 1906 in Division One, Bristol City winning 3-2.

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Notts County Ladies 1 - 1 Arsenal Ladies

Apr 16 2014 09:06 PM | Joe Jones in Ladies Team

Notts County's first ever game in the FA Women's Super League finished 1-1, as over 1500 fans at Meadow Lane saw the Lady Pies take on Arsenal, one of the most decorated women's teams ever, and secure a draw and a point after taking them all the way. The game went through the motions in the opening stages, but in the 10th minute, Jess Clarke was able to weave her way through the Arsenal defence before firing just wide.

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