Belper Town saluted two of their centurions in the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League over Easter.
Before beating Kidsgrove Athletic 3-1 on Easter Saturday in EVO-STIK NPL First Division South, the Nailers presented midfielders Eric Graves and Johno Williams with engraved glass trophies to commemorate their respective 100 appearances for the Derbyshire club, pictured.
Former Stoke City academy star Graves returned to Belper for a third spell at Christchurch Meadow in October 2015 and was the first signing made by Nailers manager Charlie Palmer after a brief spell at Coalville Town and previous success with Gresley FC, Burton Albion and Mickleover Sports.
Williams, who spent his formative years with Scunthorpe United where he earned a professional contract, signed for the Nailers from Derbyshire rivals Buxton in January 2015 after a season at the Bucks following a three year spell at Gainsborough Trinity.
Dynamic duo pledge allegiance
Carl Macaulay and his number two Gary Martindale will be leading Witton Albion in the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League next season whatever happens in the promotion play-offs.