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The week in words #2

15 September 2013

Have you missed out on anything at Mansfield Town this week?

It’s been another busy week at One Call Stadium. Have you missed out on anything? If so, you can catch up by viewing our comprehensive review of the week.


On the first day of sales, almost 1,000 season ticket holders snapped up their tickets for our eagerly-awaited match at Chesterfield, which takes place later this month.

To view up-to-date ticket information regarding this fixture, click here.


Manager Paul Cox insisted that those players currently watching from the sidelines still have a major part to play this season. Read his comments in full by clicking here.

We also released ticket information regarding our Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Second Round tie against Chesterfield at One Call Stadium. View the vital information by clicking here.

Our reserves maintained their 100% record in the Central League (East Division) with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Rotherham United. Click here to read the report.

Meanwhile, our youth team were at One Call Stadium for their annual team photo. You can learn more about our youngsters by clicking here.


Our young guns began their Football Conference Youth Alliance (Midland Division campaign, with a 2-1 victory at FootballCV Reds. To find out who scored, click here.


Manager Paul Cox gave us his thoughts ahead of our clash at York City. To listen what our boss had to say, click here.

Our youth team also maintained their 100% start to their H-K-L North Midlands’ Football League, with a 2-1 victory over Mickleover Sports. Dan Fletcher and Charlie Brownlie were our scorers.


Defender John Dempster discussed the mood in the camp ahead of our trip to Bootham Crescent to face York City. See what he had to say by clicking here.

We also announced an exciting new partnership with multi-award winning industrial suppliers, Hall-Fast. To learn more about this, click here.

Did you scoop the £250 jackpot in this week’s Mansfield Town lottery? Or were you fortunate enough to win another prize? View this week’s results by clicking here.


Our side extended their unbeaten run to six matches, as they came from behind to achieve a fantastic 2-1 victory at York City. Read the match report by clicking here.

Manager Paul Cox was also delighted with the character that we showed during the match. More from our boss can be found by clicking here.


Striker Ollie Palmer told us that his goal in the victory at York City was intentional. To see what Palmer had to say about the encounter, click here.

Finally this week, The Stagettes succumbed to a humbling 4-1 defeat on home soil to Leicester City Women. View the match report by clicking here.

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