Hucknall

The Lilywhites have twice played Huncknall Town in cup competitions. The first of these having gone to a replay. Originally a colliery side, Hucknall Town was founded in 1945 as Hucknall Colliery Welfare Club, and played their matches at Welfare Ground in Wigwam Lane, Hucknall before moving in 1954 to their current home in Watnall Road. They were then still known by their original name but after the colliery closed in 1988 they were renamed Hucknall Town.

F.A. Cup

27.10.2001         Hucknall Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City                                                          4th Qualifying Round                   The goalscorer for the Lilywhites in the 11th minute was John O'Flynn.

29.10.2001         Cambridge City 3 - 1 Hucknall Town                                                          4th Qualifying Round Replay      Goals scored for the Lilywhites in the 3rd and 34th minute by Kevin Wilkin and in the 84th by Craig Pope.


F.A. Trophy

26.2.2005           Cambridge City 0 - 1 Hucknall Town                                                          5th Round                                           Cambridge City team: Duncan Roberts, Craig Pope, Lee Summerscales, Lee Chaffey, Matt Langston, Ricard Scott, Carl Williams, Josh Simpson, Matt Robinson, Dave Sadler and Dale Binns. Having reached the 5th Round of the F.A. Trophy for the first time in the Club's history, the Lilywhites were stopped from going further thanks to a goal in 50th minute by Nathan Winder, on a pitch that was badly effected by torrential rain that soon after kick off began to cut up badly.