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    Welcome to the official website of Staveley Miners Welfare Football Club. We hope to see you at Inkersall Road soon!

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Short report: Trojans v Lincoln United


The Trojans progressed to the First Qualifying round of the Fa Cup thanks to a ninth minute goal from in form Michael Burke who made it four from five racing clear onto Tomas Pooles headed flick on before adding a clinical finish arrowing the ball into the bottom corner across goalkeeper Micheal Emery. Matty Davies

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Trojans v AFC Mansfield Short report.


The first home game of the season did not dissapoint the 161 in attendance who were treated to six goals and an entertaining game of football… The Trojans took the lead after just ten minutes with Adam Lund on hand at the far post to rifle in a half cleared corner but, the scores were

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Fa Cup Extra Preliminary Round – Hallam v Trojans


the game started with one or two of the meaty challenges you’d expect from a localish derby game, but thankfully it improved from there and a decent encounter ensued. The first half ended goalless but not for the lack of trying… We had Myles Wright to thank for keeping the ball out of our net

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Report: Eccleshill United v Trojans


For the first game of the new season the Trojans took to the field at Eccleshill United giving starting debuts to Adam Lund, Mark Dudley, Jordan Slack and Morgan James with Pat Lindley making his second debut having returned to the club following spells at Osset Albion and Afc Mansfield. Normally with so many new

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Short Report: Eccleshill United v Trojans


The season got off to a decent start with us creating more than one good opportunity early on… notably Tomas Poole holding of the challenge of young Eccleshill left back Tyler Marsh to cross for Micheal Burke who couldn’t quite get his head to it, and Matty Parkin who did steer a header towards goal following a

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