ContinueWe use cookies to ensure that you get the best experience on our website; if you continue without changing your settings - or dismiss this message - we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Forums.Football Web

Smiley face

Return to front page

Newest article: Re: Louis Moult and Amari Bell by nil desperandum5/5 17:57Wed May 5 17:57:32 2021view thread

Oldest article: Fixtures and Results by Moderator15/6/2019 10:40Sat Jun 15 10:40:55 2019view thread


Next thread: Big Boro Quiz volume 2 by WCB (NBFC)29/4/2020 21:46Wed Apr 29 21:46:45 2020view thread


By From Town To Town2/5/2020 15:02Sat May 2 15:02:02 2020

Views: 510


This week’s From Town To Town ‘Lockdown Look-back’ series offers a highlights double header.

Action comes from the 2012/13 season and features home games against Dartford and Alfreton Town.

Fresh from a 1-0 defeat away at Forest Green Rovers, Boro welcome Dartford to Liberty Way for a Blue Square Premier League game in December 2012.
Still rooted to the foot of the table, Boro are desperate for an early Christmas present of three valuable points.

Fast forward to February 2013, and Boro host Alfreton Town looking for a win to help them climb out of the relegation places.
Hopes are high after a 3-0 away win in the reverse fixture earlier in the season.

Highlights from both of these games are available to view via the ‘Memories’ section of our website at

A complimentary Dartford match programme can be downloaded via the Supporters Co-op website using the following link;

From Town To Town - Nuneaton's Footballing Heritage

Facebook: /FromTown2Town
Twitter: @FromTown2Town
Email: [email protected]

reply to this article | return to the front page

Next article in this thread: Another SL greatest list by almost average 22/5/2020 20:29Sat May 2 20:29:10 2020

Previous thread: a sign of what's in store for 2020/21 season? by MJNB1/5/2020 15:29Fri May 1 15:29:11 2020view thread

The forum or any messages are not and should not be interpreted as an official announcement from Nuneaton Borough FC or anyone associated with Nuneaton Borough FC. Nuneaton Borough FC will not accept responsibility for any messages posted in the forum. Please refrain from bad language.