A superbly pulsating Derbyshire 'derby' between sides showing every sign of having exciting seasons ended with a sharing of the points, though either could have gone ahead in a second half that lacked only goals.
'The Bucks' will feel that they should have won as several clear chances in both halves went begging, while in the first half the visitors had just 2 efforts on target and both were goals, twice giving them the lead ! At the other end, loanee 'keeper Callum Hawkins from Burton Albion excelled on several occasions in the first 45 minutes to keep level the best Mickleover team seen in the 17 years of meetings between the clubs....Full Report HERE
The Bucks next match is this Saturday with an away trip to Bamber Bridge (3pm). Bamber Bridge is currently in ‘Tier 3’ and government guidelines state that supporter travel is discouraged in to and out of these areas. Next Tuesday we are away again at Warrington Town (7-45) with tickets available on the Warrington website or pay on the gate. A week on Saturday we start our Buildbase FA Trophy campaign with an away trip to Kendal Town, more details on this match to follow.