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Cash belt will be staying tight says Hucknall manager

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Hucknall manager Andy Graves and assistant Philip Henry.

Deposed leaders want Kilburn game to go ahead

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Tyler Walker of Nottingham Forest - Pic By James Williamson

OPINION: Could Walker become Forest’s unlikely wing wizard?

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Stags manager Steve Evans.  Photo by Glenn Ashley.

React and let’s start a new unbeaten run says Stags boss Evans

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Stags hoping to hold onto Hemmings

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Surprise Stags Christmas visit for youngsters at hospital

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Rumour Mill: Chelsea join race for Lemar, Moyes eyes up Moore

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Help us over the promotion line is Stags’ CEO’s battle cry

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Blaklion, impressive winner of the Randox Health Becher Chase over the Grand National fences at Aintree on Saturday.

Gold Cup hero back with bang in weekend that was Sceaux (or Sceau) good

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Mesut Ozil, who could yet stay at Arsenal, according to today's rumour mill.

RUMOUR MILL: Wenger still hopeful of keeping Ozil as Chelsea prepare another bid for Barkley

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Cash belt will be staying tight says Hucknall manager

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Hucknall manager Andy Graves and assistant Philip Henry.

Deposed leaders want Kilburn game to go ahead

Football
Tyler Walker of Nottingham Forest - Pic By James Williamson

OPINION: Could Walker become Forest’s unlikely wing wizard?

Football
Stags manager Steve Evans.  Photo by Glenn Ashley.

React and let’s start a new unbeaten run says Stags boss Evans

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Port Vale vs Mansfield Town - Kane Hemmings of Mansfield Town celebrates his goal - Pic By James Williamson

Stags hoping to hold onto Hemmings

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Gold Cup hero back with bang in weekend that was Sceaux (or Sceau) good

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Alex Hales, who is raring to go in the one-day internationals against Australia. (PHOTO BY: Mark Fear Photography)

Hales can be a big hit in Australia, says Franks

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Olympic qualification event coming to county

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Total Recall, trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by Paul Townend, won the first edition of the �250,000 Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury on Saturday.

All the stars aligned as Newbury serves up best meeting of Jumps season so far

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