Notts


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Notts

(nɒts)
abbreviation for
(Placename) Nottinghamshire
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In the early part of my Notts career I cut in a lot like that and got goals and forced saves with shots like that.
The Magpies could not find a way past goalkeeper James McKeown and his defence, and boss Slade said: "Overall, we matched Notts County in every area.
His request came about after Notts County tweeted a picture of five-year-old Savana, who they said was Ameobi's biggest fan, meeting her hero.
Terry Hawkridge hit a post and Shaun Brisley headed wide, as Notts started well, before Jones took over to seal the points.
Hales scored 101, his first hundred for the county, as Notts completed a record run chase to defeat the Vikings by five wickets with five balls remaining.
After a bright start to the game, as they showed signs of playing in the same manner they did at Morecambe, Pool were thankful Adam Jackson was alert enough to block a shot from Notts mid-fielder Liam Noble, the former Sunderland prospect.
Former Crystal Palace midfielder Da Silva, one of 18 signings by Notts manager Ricardo Moniz this summer, fluffed a great chance to put the visitors ahead after 14 minutes.
Notts responded well though and Northern Ireland international Paddy McCourt, at the heart of all their good work, set up Garry Thompson, though he failed to make a clean contact.
In fact, before they went ahead a clever free-kick routine almost caught out Notts.
Warren Hargreaves was scoring most goals for Notts Forest while Graham for the Jam was doing his best to get them back in it and was their stand out player by far.