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Anstey Nomads News

By Nomads, Nov 28 2018 11:03AM

Last week saw Anstey Nomads travel away to Melton Town to face the title favourites. The first half was evenly matched with both teams having chances but failed to convert. A couple of Melton players picked up yellow cards in the first half for some quite poor challenges which would cause them problems later on.


The second half started at a good tempo, much like the first half, with once again both teams creating chances. The breakthrough came for Nomads when James Hicks found space to execute a tidy finish past the Melton keeper. Cosmos Mathwasa produced the second goal with an energetic run which saw him round the keeper and tap the ball in.


Melton's challenegs again came to cause them problems after this point with two players being dismissed after receiving a second yellow card. After a disappointing draw with Irchester the week before, the win at Melton was the perfect response.


This week see's the Nomads back at home vs Long Buckby. Earlier in the season Anstey narrowly beat Long Buckby 4-3 away from home after being behind most of the game. Buckby sit towards the bottom of the table but have had some good results and will be keen to take points away from Cropston Road.

By Nomads, Nov 2 2018 11:57AM

Tonight we have our firework display at Anstey Nomads Football Club. With clear weather predicted it should be a great night to enjoy some fireworks.


Admission is £5 Adults, £3 Concessions and a family ticket which is includes 2 adults and 2 children is £12. Admission fees can be paid on the gate so no need to book in advance. Gates open from 5:30pm and we look forward to seeing you there later.

By Nomads, Oct 27 2018 10:38AM

These past two weeks the barrier surrounding the pitch has been replaced. This new barrier around the pitch will provide an enhanced experience for supporters as the high has been raised and will give people something to lean on should they wish to stand around the outside of the pitch. Additionally it provides a better area for players to play in with the barriers allowing the game to restart quicker on majority of occassions when the ball goes out of play.


The barrier is decorated out in our club colours of red and white and really brings an additional quality appearance to our already top class pitch at Cropston Road.



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