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Nottingamshire edge closer to victory

Nottinghamshire moved closer to securing their fourth victory of the season on the third morning of their Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge.

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ON THIS DAY: Nottingham Forest retain European Cup - 28th May 1980

ON THIS DAY: Nottingham Forest retain European Cup - 28th May 1980

A John Robertson goal against SV Hamburg saw Nottingham Forest retain the European Cup at the Bernabeu in Madrid on this day, some 37 years ago.

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Welbeck CC 1st XI v Farnsfield CC 1st XI in the Nottinghamshire County Cricket League Board Premier League. Welbeck bowler Richard Stroh gets a wicket.

NPL round-up: Cuckney winning run comes to an end but Mansfield Hosiery Mills slip up

Cuckney lost their perfect record this weekend following a losing draw against Plumtree.

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Owen Farrell and Physio Phil Pask

Physio Phil Pask credits Worksop Rugby Club and Valley School ahead of fourth British Lions tour

Phil Pask still feels a debt of gratitude to Worksop Rugby Club and Valley School as he prepares for his fourth British and Irish Lions tour.

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Nottinghamshire seize control

Nottinghamshire seized the initiative on the second day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge.

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Nottinghamshire in a position of dominance

Centuries from Cheteshwar Pujara and Michael Lumb helped Nottinghamshire into a position of dominance on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge.

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Pujara and Lumb bat through afternoon for Notts

Cheteshwar Pujara and Michael Lumb have batted throughout the afternoon session at Trent Bridge, where Nottinghamshire have reached 238 for three against Gloucestershire.

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Honours even on first morning at Trent Bridge

Honours were shared during the opening session of Nottinghamshire’s latest Specsavers County Championship match against Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge.

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RUMOUR MILL: England great offered two huge £50m deals to leave Man Utd, Chelsea star can go for £60m, Arsenal to reward rebel with bumper contract, Liverpool told to cough up £60m for Bundesliga midfielder

RUMOUR MILL: England great offered two huge £50m deals to leave Man Utd, Chelsea star can go for £60m, Arsenal to reward rebel with bumper contract, Liverpool told to cough up £60m for Bundesliga midfielder

Here are the stories making today’s back pages.

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David Vaughan

Vaughan signs new Forest deal

Popular Welshman David Vaughan has signed a new one-year deal with Nottingham Forest.

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Jockey William Buick salutes the Newbury crowd after winning the Group One Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes on Ribchester.

Ribchester romp steals the show on Newbury’s Lockinge Day

Any meeting that yields a handful of clues and contenders for the upcoming Epsom Classics and the seasonal highlight that is Royal Ascot warrants the utmost respect.

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John Barkley of Everton

RUMOUR MILL: Everton willing to accept £50m for Barkley | Aberdeen boss McInnes favourite for Sunderland job | Manchester United ready to activate Griezmann’s £85m release clause | West Brom interested in Man City striker Iheanacho | Incoming Barcelona boss makes Herrera top priority | Madrid cool interest in Hazard | PSG want Clichy

The football season might be winding down but the rumour mill is in full swing.

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Hucknall v Cuckney.
Scott Harris in batting action for Hucknall.

NPL teams look to make Bank Holiday double header count

After a rain-affected Saturday last week all but one of the Notts Premier League sides will be looking to regain - or even find some - momentum over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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Nottinghamshire look to return to winning ways

Nottinghamshire return to action on Friday when they host Gloucestershire at the start of their latest Specsavers County Championship match.

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RUMOUR MILL: | James more likely to join Chelsea than Man United | Bayern Munich prepared to pay £50m for Sanchez | Moyes wants to become Scotland boss | Red Devils willing to offer Griezmann over £12m a year | Real Madrid sign 16-year-old Brazilian in deal worth £38.7 million

RUMOUR MILL: | James more likely to join Chelsea than Man United | Bayern Munich prepared to pay £50m for Sanchez | Moyes wants to become Scotland boss | Red Devils willing to offer Griezmann over £12m a year | Real Madrid sign 16-year-old Brazilian in deal worth £38.7 million

Here are today’s main football rumours.

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Killamarsh Juniors opener Ryan Parsons is bowled in the first over against Worksop.

Cricket results from the Bassetlaw League

Rain affected many matches in the Bassetlaw League over the weekend as the cricket season entered its second month of action.

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RUMOUR MILL: Everton agree £25m deal for ex-Spurs playmaker, Man Utd make offer that ‘cannot be refused’ for Monaco star, City leading race to sign Arsenal ace

RUMOUR MILL: Everton agree £25m deal for ex-Spurs playmaker, Man Utd make offer that ‘cannot be refused’ for Monaco star, City leading race to sign Arsenal ace

Here are the stories making today’s back pages.

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Brilliant Glamorgan rearguard set to deny Notts

A superb partnership of between Colin Ingram and Chris Cooke, appears to have denied Notts their fourth win of the season, with Glamorgan, at tea on the final day 383 for 5. a lead of 122 with a minimum of 34 overs remaining.

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SPORT: LEAD: Nottingham Forest v Derby County.  Sky Bet Championship match at the City Ground, Nottingham.  Saturday, 18th March 2017.
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OPINION: So what was the best goal and the best moment for Nottingham Forest last season?

Nottingham Forest writer Lee Clarke takes a look back on the key moments of last season.

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Ingram and Cooke frustrate Notts

Notts’ bowlers were made to toil in the pre-lunch session on the final day of their game against Glamorgan in Cardiff.

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