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Story posted: Tuesday, 14th July 1987

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Gresley Rovers made a handsome profit last season – despite spending more than £17,000 on player’s wages and expenses.
Accounts presented at the club’s annual meeting showed a surplus of £4,129 in the year ended May 31st.

And that means Rovers will be in the black to the tune of £7,000 even after they have settled a Corporation Tax bill of £1,282.

By far and away the biggest source of income was a donation of more than £25,000 from the highly successful Supporters Club tote.

Gate receipts, canteen profits and programme sales brought in £7, 450 and the club also picked up £2,000 from Derby County as the balance of the Phil Gee transfer and more than £1,400 from main sponsor Bass.

Total income was £39,000, while expenditure was just under £35,000.

Match and playing expenses, including wages, were £25, 348 and ground and administration costs totalled £6,600.
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League Position
  Team P GD Pts
10 Lincoln United 25 -4 33
11 Marske United 22 8 31
12 Cleethorpes Town 22 3 30
13 Frickley Athletic 23 -11 28
14 Wisbech Town 22 -5 24
15 Pickering Town 21 -9 24
16 Carlton Town 23 -8 22
17 AFC Mansfield 22 -15 21
18 Spalding United 24 -19 21
19 Gresley 23 -30 21
20 Stocksbridge Park Steels 23 -19 20

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