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The week in words #27

9 March 2014

The latest happenings at One Call Stadium in the past seven days...


Midfielder Anthony Howell proved to be a popular figure as he got the drinks in for supporters, during the latest in our series ‘An Evening With’. To watch this event in full, click here.

Our youngsters began the week in splendid fashion as they eased to a 3-0 victory over FootballCV Reds at Kirklington Road. To find out more about this match, click here.


Manager Paul Cox admitted that a trip to Laser Tag could help to strengthen the team-spirit and togetherness of our players. To hear more from our boss, click here.


We were pleased to reveal a new sponsor which will appear on the reverse of our away shirts for the 2014/15 campaign. To see which local company has pledged their support, click here.

Meanwhile, our Football in the Community (FITC) team announced a new incentive aimed at boosting the amount of families who come to watch matches at One Call Stadium. To read more, click here.

Our youth team suffered their first defeat in the FCYA (Midland Division) as they were beaten 3-2 by Boston United. To read the match report, click here.


Manager Paul Cox reflected about a behind-closed-doors match with Alfreton Town during his meeting with the local media. To find out more, click here.

To hear from Darryl Westlake and Anthony Howell ahead of the match with Newport County, click here.


Everyone at One Call Stadium was keen to throw their weight behind the Football League’s campaign ‘Men United vs Prostate Cancer’ which aims to raise awareness about the deadly disease. To find out more, click here.

Were you a winner in this week’s Mansfield Town Lottery? To view the latest results, click here.


Anthony Howell netted a last-gasp winner as our team climbed three places in Sky Bet League Two with a vital 2-1 victory over Newport County. To read the match report, click here.

Speaking afterwards, manager Paul Cox insisted he would take results over performances at this stage of the campaign. To hear more from our boss, click here.

Defender Ryan Tafazolli insists that we have 11 cup finals remaining this season, as we prepare to face York City at One Call Stadium on Tuesday. To read more from Tafazolli, click here.

Meanwhile, Anthony Howell was delighted to get on the score-sheet against Newport and emphasised the importance of the three points our team achieved. To read more, click here.


Our ladies team achieved survival in the Midland Combination League with a 1-0 victory over Rotherham United. To read the match report, click here.

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