The newly crowned title winners put a dent in the play off prospects of AC Southside.
Nothing could split the League Cup finalists in a top of the table clash that was tighter than a gnat's chuff.
Naz falls over in comical fashion.
On a pitch that was more suited to pigs than table topping footballers, Malin sealed a comfortable victory.
Bankers stay in the chase for 2nd.
Why did the Bankers cross the road...
Another routine win saw Malin edge ever closer to the points required for the title.
6ft tall player manger wins header.
Malin took another major step towards Division 2 with a well deserved victory away from home.
On a windswept morning in Rotherham, Malin produced a professional performance to take the points in a top of the table clash.
Do do do, Nameer Al-Asadi...
Malin rack up rugby score against rock bottom Bessacarr
Manager Mason said he was disappointed to see another close game against Div 3A rivals ruined by poor choices of words.
Bankers 5-2 Crookes Crusaders
Bankers took to the muddy fields of Steel City pitches, and continued to find themselves unable to beat a Langsetts side.
A solid away victory without even leaving home.
Top of the table clash ends in stalemate.
Malin made it 7 in a row with a convincing victory over supposed promotion challengers Beighton Magpies.
Bankers Pav’s once again took part in a shoot out as they start 2015 with back to back wins.
A surprise selection by FERGIE proved to be a masterstroke in leading Malin to a victory which took them to the summit of Division 3A.
Bankers returned to winning ways at the start of 2015 as they opened a 5-0 goal lead in an impressive first 60 minutes against Ecclesfield Eagles.
New Year, New Me is often the phrase used by nobheads on Facebook. Well, this was New Year, same old Malin. Winning, if not always convincingly.
Bankers took to the field for the final time in 2014, to face Treeton who were within a point of the top of Division 3A.
Within minutes of the final whistle, FERGIE logged into Facebook and the message was out: Revenge is sweet and the march goes on.
A tight game against the self-proclaimed Trannies was sealed by a late winner from an unlikely source.
3 first half goals helped Bankers keep pace at the top of 3B.
Super, Super Glyn, Super, Super Glyn, Super, Super Glyn, his name has only got one N, Super, Super Glyn!
Unlike those Southern City boys, this Bankers bonus was well deserved.
Happy Birthday to Weath... or so it should've been. Unfortunately, Hunters Bar hadn't read the script and well and truly p*ssed on Jose's candles.
Red card changes everything.
Steve Hallett gets his 2nd goal in 3 games as the Bankers powered to 3 points with their 7-2 win over Sheffield Trinity.
Despite meeting only 2 weeks ago the Bankers faced the return leg of Sparta Dronfield at Goodwin Sports centre, thankful for the all weather pitch.
Despite still being early in the season Bankers faced another early 3B promotion rival as they travelled out to face Ecclesfield Eagles.
The first league home game of the season saw Sheffield International visit with revenge in mind following their recent 4-1 defeat. It wasn't to be.
On a day when we played the Trinity, it seemed fairly apt that this game would be all about the 3's.
First ever career goal for Steve Hallett puts end to Sparta uprising, as Bankers run our 4-2 winners against league rivals Sparta Dronfield.
On a week when England were taking on the might of San Marino and Estonia, we had our own International to take care of; Sheffield International.
He's only gone and done it.
Sheffield Bankers came away with a hard earned but ultimately disappointing point yesterday, as a late Langsett’s fightback stunned the Bankers.
Two late goals snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in tough opening fixture.
On a day when Malin turned up expecting to get 5,6,7,8 this game can be better summed up by another Steps classic.... Better best forgotten.
Second Round Draw
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