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The week in words #30

30 March 2014

It's been a terrific week for the club. Catch up on all the latest happenings at One Call Stadium with our regular column, the week in words.


First Team Coach Micky Moore revealed that frontman Ben Hutchinson is expected to miss the rest of the season due to a recurrence of a hamstring injury. To find out more, click here.

Moore also envisaged a tough encounter ahead of our Sky Bet League Two clash against Hartlepool United at Victoria Park. To hear his pre-match thoughts, click here.

At ‘An Evening With Paul Black’, the brand new Mansfield Town Mobility Scooter (or the StagMobile as it’s better known) was launched by Mansfield Mobility Centre. To find out more, click here.


James Jennings’ brace along with goals from Matt Rhead and Jamie McGuire secured us a magnificent 4-2 win over Hartlepool United. To read the match report, click here.

Speaking afterwards, boss Paul Cox insisted that our players should take the plaudits for producing such a good result. To see what our manager had to say, click here.

Midfielder Jamie McGuire admitted that he was ‘buzzing’ after scoring his second goal of the campaign in the victory. To read more on this story, click here.


It was a disappointing day for our youngsters as they were consigned to a 4-2 defeat away at NC Central (Nottingham). To read the match report, click here.

Our Final Third Development League (East Division) clash away to Hartlepool United was re-arranged. To find out the new date for this fixture, click here.


In his regular meeting with the local press, boss Paul Cox stressed the importance of consistency as our team prepared to face AFC Wimbledon. To read more, click here.

Burly forward Matt Rhead stated that the comeback victory at Hartlepool United had given our team fresh confidence heading into the closing matches of the season. To read more, click here.

Our youngsters’ H-K-L North Midlands League Cup Quarter-Final clash against Hallam was postponed in bizarre circumstances. To find out more, click here.


Everyone at One Call Stadium was saddened to hear of the passing of life-long Stags supporter Shaun Rafferty, who died last week. To read more, click here.

We also revealed that eight local schools would be entering the John Radford Trophy, which starts next week. For more details, click here.

Meanwhile, did you scoop the jackpot in this week’s Mansfield Town Lottery? Or were you fortunate enough to win another of the many prizes? To view the latest results, click here.


Our team recorded their first back-to-back wins in Sky Bet League Two this year, as Adam Murray’s early free-kick gave us a 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon. To read the match report, click here.

Speaking afterwards, our skipper admitted that he was pleased to score his first goal of the campaign, but insisted our team will remain fully focussed on their remaining six matches. To view Murray’s thoughts, click here.

Manager Paul Cox was also delighted with the result. To read our boss’ analysis of the match, click here.

Elsewhere, centre-back Martin Riley praised our defensive display in the match as we kept our second successive clean-sheet at One Call Stadium. To read more, click here.

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