will no longer play home games at Meadow Lane, bringing an end to a six-year stay at the home of. The club’s last fixture at Meadow Lane is expected to be against London Scottish on Sunday 4 January, before they begin staging matches at Lady Bay Sports Ground, in West Bridgford. Macesport account director Ben Thompson spent six years with the before joining Magpies supporter Paul Mace’s Nottingham-based specialist sports PR, communications and sponsorship activation consultancy. Ben will be sad to see the end of at Meadow Lane following the announcement. He said: “I spent some of my my memorable moments in rugby at Meadow Lane and will be sad to see the end of Nottingham’s playing days there but it is vital that the club is sustainable moving forward and maybe Lady Bay will become the new Beeston in years to come. “Paul, however, will no doubt be delighted that will now be able to play the free flowing passing game that they have put on hold whilst we used to churn the pitch up!”

Watch some of Ben’s highlights from his time with below:

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