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Wed, 11:00

It’s now 10 successive league defeats and counting for free-falling Huntingdon Town.

Brett Longden on the ball for St Neots in their 0-0 draw at Cambridge City on Saturday. Picture by Claire Howes.

St Neots Town have returned to the Southern League Premier Division play-off places for the first time in three months.

Brett Longden on the ball for St Neots in their 0-0 draw at Cambridge City on Saturday. Picture by Claire Howes.

St Neots Town have lined up a friendly clash against Peterborough United tonight (March 24).

St Neots manager David Batch.

St Neots boss David Batch is lining up a double-transfer swoop to ignite their Southern League promotion challenge.

Godmanchester Rovers v Wivenhoe, first goal,

Godmanchester Rovers have left their recent blip behind thanks to two wins in the space of four days.

Saints target play-off place

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
St Neots Town players celebrate Lee Clarke's opening goal in their 4-0 win against Cirencester on March 7.

A place in the Southern League Premier Division play-off zone is the aim for St Neots Town on Saturday.

Clare Cunningham

Globetrotting Paralympic star Clare Cunningham has captured her first success of 2015.

Neville Nania.

Godmanchester Rovers co-boss Neville Nania hopes his managerial career will finish with a silver lining.

James Hall scores his first goal for St Ives Town in their 1-1 draw against Aylesbury on February 28.

Five months is clearly a long time in football.

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Huntingdon Stags v Ilkeston,

The last time Huntingdon were able to toast a victory over long-standing rivals Kettering, Tony Blair was in power, Big Brother was new to our TV screens and we were boldly entering a new Millennium.

Action from Huntingdon Under 13s against Bedford in the East Midlands Plate Final.

Huntingdon Under 13s missed out in their bid for regional honours on Sunday.

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club Extension and Refurbishment Opening Ceremony, Louis Smith.

Louis Smith boosted his hopes of selection for the upoming European Championships with a terrific display at the weekend.

The Huntingdon Stags Under 12 team celebrate their Cambridgeshire County Cup win.

There was double delight for two sets of budding Huntingdon talents last weekend.

Huntingdon Stags v Ilkeston,

Dan Malem led Huntingdon back to winning ways with a stellar display in a Midlands Division One East thriller.

Ely City Reserves v Hemingford United (yellow) ,

An important point gained in a top-of-the-table Cambs League clash came at a huge cost for title-chasing Offord United last Saturday.

Ely Mens 2nds Hockey v St Neots 1st,

Phil Johns hit a 14-minute hat-trick as St Neots firsts showed no mercy to bottom side Ely seconds in Division Three North-West of the East Men’s League.

St Neots Saints celebrate winning the league. Picture: Rachel Cameron

St Neots Saints could hardly have captured title glory in more impressive fashion.


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