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St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke toasted an ‘excellent’ Southern League Premier Division point – despite seeing his side surrender a two-goal lead yesterday.

St Neots Town are fast becoming the draw specialists of the Southern League Premier Division – following a sixth stalemate in their last nine league matches.

Boss Jimmy Brattan admitted a failure to convert chances and stick to their gameplan cost Huntingdon Town two valuable United Counties League points yesterday.

Eynesbury were involved in a goalless draw for the first time in more than a year last Saturday.

A host of local clubs and fine footballing servants were recognised at the Hunts FA Community Awards.

Huntingdon Town breezed to a fourth victory in their last five United Counties League Division One outings when seeing off basement side S & L Corby at Jubilee Park.

Eynesbury have been forced to postpone an important United Counties League Premier Division game tonight (Tuesday) due to an electrical fault.

There was double delight for the St Ives Town Ladies set-up last Sunday – with both teams tasting success at the same time and same place!

It wasn’t just a game of two halves at the David Wilson Homes Ground last Saturday afternoon as Godmanchester Rovers crashed out of the FA Vase.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Members of Hunts Athletics Club gathered in St Ives to mark the 50th anniversary of the club.

St Ives Cycling Club members battled against the elements to earn podium finishes in the ninth round of the Eastern Region League.

St Ives Swimming Club delivered a dominant display when claiming Arena National League glory last Saturday.

Hunts AC enjoyed stacks of success in the first of two Cambridgeshire County Sportshall Championship event last Saturday.

Huntingdon allowed a valuable Midlands Division East victory to slip through their grasp last Saturday – literally.

St Ives completed a perfect 10 last Saturday – but coach Phil Brown insists they are still not satisfied.

Rising Huntingdon Gymnastics Club talent Asia-Li Pink claimed team and individual medals at a major event last weekend.

Huntingdonshire clubs enjoyed success at junior and senior levels in the second round of the Frostbite Friendly League.

Talented racer Beatrice Pauley collected two podium finishes in as many days.

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