A magnificent save from goalkeeper Andrew ‘Milky’ Wale helped to extend Eaton Socon’s stunning unbeaten record – and dumped the holders out of the Hunts Intermediate Cup.
Mark Ducket has urged his Eynesbury players to turn the disappointment of failing to set a new club record into the delight of another winning run.
Godmanchester Rovers have turned to a popular former player to fill their hotseat.
At last an England side has been successful in a major tournament - and it is all thanks to pupils from the St Ivo School.
Adie Cambridge has resigned after less than five months as Godmanchester Rovers manager.
It was a miserable weekend for the non-league football teams of Huntingdonshire thanks to a clean sweep of defeats.
Eynesbury produced a second-half turnaround to equal a long-standing club record last Saturday . . . now boss Mark Ducket wants his men to create one of their own tomorrow.
Godmanchester Rovers enter the FA Vase in upbeat mood tomorrow - despite facing the toughest of tasks.
Boss Bob Warby watched his Huntingdon jump off the bottom of the United Counties League Premier Division table last Saturday and match their points tally gained in the whole of last season - but he still wants plenty more from his men.
St Ives skipper Josh Dear was pleased to see his team return to winning ways last Saturday – but not with the performance that earned it.
Skipper Matt Cartwright called on his St Neots team-mates to boost their fitness levels after their latest loss.
Huntingdonshire hero Tommy Martin has revealed his career as a boxer is over.
St Ives Cycling Club star Beatrice Pauley picked herself up from two crashes to pedal to glory last Sunday.
St Neots Golf Club’s super youngsters have continued their county dominance by tasting glory again this year.
Jon Railton has reflected on a steady 2016 . . . and he is already plotting a more spectacular 2017.
Hunts AC teenager Joe Croft had a busy and profitable weekend.
St Ives Boxing Academy supremo Steve Whitwell is tipping teenage talent Jack Smith to become a star.
Two local clubs are toasting terrific Junior Fenland League triumphs.