Town aim to build on improved form

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Dinnington Town aim to get their first home league win on the board at the expense of AFC Emley.

Steve Toyne’s side have taken one point from their two opening home games.

But recent results suggest Town are turning the corner, Three wins a draw and one defeat in the last five games have seen them climb to 12th.

Hallam travel to leaders Worksop Parramore; a tough call for Julian Watts side with Parramore’s having suffered just one defeat in eight league games. The Blues were beaten 1-0 at Worsbrough on Tuesday - a sixth defeat in eight outings and a second reversal of the week after being dumped out of the FA Vase by Rossington Main.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic are at third from bottom Shirebrook Town. Rossington got to Grimsby Borough looking to continue their perfect league away form.

In the Premier Division, Maltby Main will hope to end their dire run of eight matches without a win at bottom club Selby.

Parkgate are now confirmed as being reinstated in the FA Cup. Hall Road Rangers appeal was dismissed yesterday by the FA Cup Protests Sub-Committee. They will now face Whitby Town in the First Qualifying Road at Green Lane tomorrow.