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The week in words #28

16 March 2014

Catch up on another busy week at One Call Stadium with our regular column 'The Week in Words'.


Manager Paul Cox insisted that our players would need to keep their feet firmly on the ground, despite a 2-1 win over Newport County. For more on this story, click here.

Defender George Pilkington also extended his loan at Macclesfield Town until the end of the season. To find out more, click here.


Ryan Bowman’s controversial spot-kick gave York City a 1-0 win at One Call Stadium. To read the match report, click here.

Speaking afterwards, boss Paul Cox was unable to hide his frustration at a number of refereeing decisions which went against us. To read more, click here.

Meanwhile, a date was set for our youth team’s H-K-L North Midlands League Cup Quarter-Final tie against Hallam. For more information, click here.


Our youth team’s title ambitions suffered a setback as they were beaten 1-0 by Solihull Moors. To read the match report, click here.


There was some good news on the injury front as it was revealed that on loan full-back Darryl Westlake didn’t tear his hamstring in the defeat to York City. To read more, click here.

Manager Paul Cox insisted that there would be plenty more ‘twists and turns’ this term, as he spoke ahead of our trip to struggling Northampton Town. To read more from the manager, click here.

Defender John Dempster also believes our away support could be key in our remaining away matches this season. To read what else the centre-back had to say, click here.

The draw was made for the Final Third Development League Cup Semi-Finals. The Stags were paired with a high-flying team in the Championship. To find out who it is, click here.


Defender Martin Riley showed his support for ‘Football Shirt Friday’ in aid of the Bobby Moore Fund. To learn more about this story, click here.

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


Despite being reduced to 10 men, our team put up a courageous performance to earn a 1-1 draw at Northampton Town. To read the match report, click here.

Boss Paul Cox hailed the display from our players, but believes we were unfortunate not to come away from Sixfields Stadium with maximum points. To see our boss’ post-match thoughts, click here.

Striker Ollie Palmer admitted that his goal in the 1-1 draw would be a confidence boost for the remainder of the season. For more on this story, click here.


Despite losing 5-1 at Rotherham United, our ladies team remained in 8th position in the Midland Combination League. To find out more, click here.

Finally, a date and venue was confirmed for our Final Third Development League Cup Semi-Final. To find out more information – including the opponents, click here.

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