Sunday 8th November, 2009 - All
Saturday's Action: Stags Leave It Late To Force Replay
Mansfield Town left it till late to force a replay in their FA Cup match at Forest Green Rovers.
Scott Garner's header in the 87th minute put them into today's draw for the Second Round.
That cancelled out a first half close range strike from Jared Hodgkiss that made the Stags support sweat for a long time.
But, the score finished 1-1 and the two sides meet at Field Mill in a Replay a week on Tuesday.
Nottingham Forest were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Bristol City.
Wes Morgan had seemingly given them the win five minutes from time but Danny Haynes rescued a point for the visitors in injury time.
Alfreton Town won 3-1 at home to Stafford Rangers in Blue Square North and Hucknall Town drew 1-1 with visitors Nantwich Town.
Glapwell were 1-0 winners at home to Chasetown.
Rainworth Miners Welfare continued their winning run in the KoolSport NCEL Premier Division with a 3-1 victory at Liversedge to stay fourth but moved to within two points of the top.
Shirebrook Town lost 2-1 at home to Lincoln Moorlands Railway in the battle of the bottom three.
Teversal were beaten 4-0 at AFC Emley and Blackwell Miners Welfare drew 1-1 at home to Holbrook Miners Welfare.
In the Buckingham Insurance Supreme Division, Blidworth lost 3-1 at home to Southwell, Kirkby Town were 7-0 conquerers of hosts Grantham Rangers, Clipstone Welfare lost 4-1 at Kimberley Town, Ollerton were 3-2 victors at home to Kinsley Boys and Forest Town drew 1-1 at Westella & Willerby.
South Normanton Athletic won 2-1 at Bentley Colliery in the Black Dragon Premier Division.
In rugby union, Nottingham lost 42-11 to Exeter at home in a match that was played at Welford Road.
Mansfield thumped visitors Market Bosworth 53-14 in the Midlands League whilst Ashfield lost 16-3 at Boston and Meden Vale won 39-3 at home to All Spartans Old Boys.
In basketball, Mansfield Giants picked up an excellent 88-80 victory at Medway Park Crusaders.
And, in ice hockey, almost 7000 people at the National Ice Centre watched Nottingham Panthers go back to the top of the Elite League after a 6-3 win over rivals Sheffield Steelers.