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The week in words #5

6 October 2013

Catch up on the week's events at One Call Stadium.


Tickets for our Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Second Round match with Chesterfield went on general sale to home supporters. Tickets are still available. To view the latest information, click here.

We also revealed the extensive range of cuisine that is available in our newly-refurbished Sandy Pate Bar, which is now open seven days a week, as a restaurant. To find out more, click here.


Manager Paul Cox and shot-stopper Alan Marriott were both nominated for respective ‘Manager’ and ‘Player of the Month’ awards by The Football League. To see more, click here.

On the first day of October, we pledged our support towards the ‘Stoptober’ campaign, which encourages fans to ‘kick the habit’. To find out more, click here.

Meanwhile, our reserve team relinquished a 3-0 lead at Scunthorpe United, eventually succumbing to a 5-3 loss. Read the match report by clicking here.


Our youngsters maintained their superb form in the FCYA (Midland Division) with an impressive 5-1 victory at Corby Town. For further details, click here.


Defender James Jennings insisted that our style of play is effective in an interview ahead of our match with Hartlepool United. To read more, click here.

Meanwhile, boss Paul Cox called for consistency ahead of the clash with Hartlepool United, which he described as the biggest match of the season. To read more, click here.

Our youth also made it five wins in succession in the H-K-L North Midlands’ League, with a 4-1 success at Radford. To find out which of our youngsters netted a brace, click here.


Winger Louis Briscoe joined Skrill Premier side, Nuneaton Town, on a month-long loan. To read more about the temporary switch, click here.

Did you scoop the £300 jackpot in this week’s Mansfield Town Lottery? Or were you fortunate enough to win one of the many prizes. To see the latest results, click here.


Our side were beaten at One Call Stadium for the first time since January as Hartlepool United earned a deserved 4-1 victory. Read the match report by clicking here.

During his post-match interview, boss Paul Cox admitted that the performance from our side wasn’t good enough. To read more, click here.

Skipper John Dempster also stated that we were ‘second best’ in the match and conceded that The Pools deserved their victory. To read more, click here.

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