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Yesterday, 09:08
Ricky Marheineke

The two biggest clubs in Huntingdonshire clash tonight.

Peter Clark (centre) and Phil Draycott (right) impressed for St Ives Town yesterday. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON.

St Ives Town delivered a performance worthy of the achievement yesterday.

Ben Seymour-Shove
Tom Meechan scored twice for St Neots Town. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots Town set their stuttering season back on track by easing past the Southern League Premier Division basement boys yesterday.

Kelvin Osei-Addo
Priory Parkside Under 15 girls team.

Priory Parkside have become one of the leading teams in Cambridgeshire Women’s & Girls League football.

St Neots
Danny Watson struck twice for St Ives Town. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON.

St Ives Town jumped into third place in Southern League Division One (Central) courtesy of an explosive away performance last night.

Ricky Marheineke
Lee Clarke scored but missed a penalty as St Neots went out of the FA Cup.

St Neots suffered a sudden-death penalty shoot-out exit from the FA Cup last night.

Ryan Hawkins
Godmanchester man Ben Yeomans in action against Saffron Walden last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Free-scoring Godmanchester Rovers drawing a blank is the equivalent of a coupon-buster on the local football scene.

Ben Yeomans
Huntingdon manager Scott Witherall guided the club to a first win since January last night.

Huntingdon chairman Doug McIlwain has spoken of his pride after seeing the club’s long wait for success end.

Martin Field
Eynesbury Rovers striker Lee Bassett.

Eynesbury Rovers have been handed a tough task in the first round proper of the FA Vase.

Lee Bassett

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Yesterday, 12:22
St Ives

St Ives might have slipped to the bottom of the Midlands Division Three East (South) table last Saturday – but coach Phil Brown clearly hasn’t lost his sense of homour.

The St Ives Swimming Club squad who triumphed in the opening round of the Arena National League at Wellingborough.

St Ives Swimming Club made a successful start to their Arena National League challenge with a first round triumph at Wellingborough.

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club star Louis Smith.

There was delight for one Huntingdon Gymnastics Club star and disappointment for another after the Great Britain team for the World Championships was announced today.

United Kingdom
Polly Smith of Hunts AC.

Hunts AC celebrated a fine start to the cross-country season with success in the opening round of the Frostbite Friendly League.

Siobhan Skinner
Huntingdon players Connor Withers and Jack Skidmore attempt to stop a Bugbrooke opponent during their narrow defeat last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon head coach Damien Whales has challenged his players to regain the winning thread in one of their toughest tests of the Midlands Division One East season.

Damien Whales
Jon Railton in the latest round of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship at Silverstone. Picture: NIGEL SHEARING

Electrical problems forced Jon Railton into an early exit from the penultimate round of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship last Sunday.

Jon Railton
Action from Huntingdon's defeat against Bugbrooke. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon saw defeat snatched from the jaws of victory in a grandstand finish at The Racecourse yesterday.

Huntingdon man Guy Jolly retired from the World Championship final.

Guy Jolly’s bid for World Championship success was ended only seconds after it began last Saturday night.

St Ives boxer Bradley Smith.

St Ives puncher Bradley Smith is confident he can form another successful alliance with trainer Steve Whitwell.

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