Official home photographer John Sumpter from JMS Photography picked his top ten pictures from Meadow Lane last term:
Alan Sheehan vs Port Vale - By far the player of the season for Notts, and in this picture you can see why. The passion shown from the skipper after knowing the points were secured against Vale indicates just how much of a passionate leader Sheehan is.
Alan Sheehan vs Swindon - Not only were his defensive performances key to the Magpies staying up, but also so were his goals. This celebration vs Swindon shows him pumping his fist against the Notts badge after scoring.. A true sign of his love for the Magpies!
Bartosz Bialkowski vs Wolves - Its quite clear that without this man inbetween the sticks, the season would've been somewhat different. By far the best goalkeeper in the league, Bartman kept his side in it on more than a handful of occasions and this save just shows one of those important saves.
Callum McGregor vs Bradford - I can honestly say its been a joy to watch and photograph Callum this year and his performances have helped Notts a considerable amount. His level of technique, skill and desire should be admired by all young aspiring footballers. It was always good to see his displays capped off with a goal or two, and here he is celebrating after finishing off Bradford earlier in the season.
Gary Liddle vs Carlisle - Anyone that can rival Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his quote, "Dare to Zlatan" definitely deserves to plaudits.. Here Liddle shows he's got a bit of flair in his locker by scoring an overhead kick against Carlisle, not only making the scoreline comfortable in a massive game, but also the way in which he does. "Dare to Liddle"...
Haydn Hollis vs Carlisle - Another important goal from the Carlisle game but also from a player who has come on leaps and bounds since the start of the season. The young central defender has surely cemented his spot for the future under Shaun Derry with not only some huge defensive displays, but also the important goals he's contributed with towards the end of the season.
Jack Grealish vs Shrewsbury - The on-loan starlet from Villa, as well as Mr McGregor has been a touch of class this season.. One of the loan signings of the season by far, showing his ability on and off the ball, he was a vital part of the great escape for Notts. Being mobbed after scoring against Shrewsbury shows just how much he meant to the team.
Jamal Campbell-Ryce vs Bradford - The goal of the season from Jamal Campbell-Ryce, without doubt the quickest and trickiest player to defend on the team. His mazy run from the halfway line and cool finish showed how age is just a number to him! Another vital role played in the ending to the season as well with a couple of goals and plenty of assists.
Ronan Murray vs Colchester - Another young player showing his abilities at the right time for the Magpies. Ronan Murray came alive for Notts when given a chance upfront by boss Derry and he didn't disappoint. A hat full of goals in some key wins, a definite contender for a starting eleven place next season.
Shaun Derry vs Crawley - When Notts were bottom of the league, this man showed he had the fight and determination to turn things round at Meadow Lane. His passion in this picture epitomises that. A lion from the sidelines, never giving up on his team. An impressive finish to the season secured League 1 status for Notts and Shaun Derry should be very proud of what he achieved.