by Peter Scherer
There was another strong performance from Mickleover Reserves last Saturday, as they visited Sherwood Colliery Reserves for their latest Central Midlands League Premier Division South game.
Coming home as 3-1 winners with two goals from skipper Larrel King and one from Jacob Edge-Lucas, with Eden Horner replying for the hosts.
Mickleover now top the table by one point over Blidworth, with two games in hand and a far superior goal difference.
Their next League match is at Linby on October 9th, but before then they host Staveley Miners Welfare at the Don Amott Arena in the first round of the Floodlit Cup.