None of Nottinghamshire’s football elite managed to pick up a win over the weekend despite each one putting in a spirited performance.
A goalless away draw for recently revived Nottingham Forest meant they were the cream of the county’s crop on Saturday, with Notts County being held to a 1-1 draw at Meadow Lane and Mansfield Town being beat 1-0 by Bury in their own back yard.
Forest, who are currently experiencing a great run of form under new boss Dougie Freedman, produced a dominant second half display against Leeds United, however they failed to find a winning goal.
Meanwhile, back in Nottingham a Mike Edwards header earned Notts County a draw against Bradford City at Meadow Lane.
Shaun Derry’s men entered the second half of Saturday’s clash 1-0 down after Bradford’s Jon Stead put the visitors ahead with a goal just before half time.
Despite having the disadvantage however, a strong second half display meant the Magpies went home with a point on the board.
Enduring the most dismal result of Nottinghamshire’s teams over the weekend was Mansfield Town, who were beaten 1-0 at home by Bury.
The away side took the lead through an attacking free-kick in the 13th minute, with striker Nathan Cameron heading home from a Nicky Adams delivery.
Adam Murray’s men produced a spirited performance in the second half, however unfortunately for the home crowd it was not enough.
Freedman’s Forest are currently sitting in 9th place in the Sky Bet Championship, and go into their next game against Rotherham on Wednesday evening (March 18).
Notts County face Rochdale at Meadow Lane tomorrow night (Tuesday, March 17) and sit 18th place in League One.
Mansfield Town also play tomorrow night (Tuesday, March 17) against AFC Wimbledon in League Two, they enter the game in 19th place.