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Matty Bannister struck twice for Eynesbury Rovers.

Eynesbury Rovers sealed their place in the FA Cup first qualifying round for the first time in more than 20 years after defeating Huntingdonshire rivals Godmanchester Rovers 3-1 in a preliminary round replay.

Joint boss Robbie O'Keefe has stepped down from his St Neots Town role.

St Neots Town joint manager Robbie O’Keefe has stepped down from the post.

Celebration time for Ryan Wood after heading Godmanchester Rovers level in their FA Cup tie at Eynesbury Rovers. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Two Huntingdonshire teams will meet again for a place in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup.

Jordan Patrick bagged both goals as St Neots Town triumphed at Weymouth. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots Town hit the right notes – on the pitch at least – during a day of firsts.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke.

St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke admitted his team were on the receiving end of ‘complete domination’ when crashing to defeat yesterday.

Huntingdon Town manager Bob Warby.

Huntingdon Town manager Bob Warby admits he could have no complaints if his job was under threat.

St Neots Town boss Andy Davies.

St Neots Town are under orders to find the right mindset to be successful on the road.

Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket.

Eynesbury boss Mark Ducket has billed an FA Cup derby showdown this Saturday as the biggest game of his fledgling managerial career.

Lee Bassett (right) scored both goals for Eaton Socon.

New signing Martin Turner made an immediate impact when firing Brampton to a first win of the Kershaw Premier Division season on Tuesday night.

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Sunday, August 21, 2016
St Ives players celebrate a Nikhil Kumpukkal wicket against Huntingdon & District. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives snatched a dramatic derby victory to move to within touching distance of promotion in Tucker Gardner League Division Two.

Huntingdon BRJ Run & Tri juniors Dominic Pauley and Beatrice Pauley.

Huntingdon BRJ Run & Tri junior talent Beatrice Pauley is feeling just champion.

Brampton Park golfer Adam Pike. Picture: TONY RUSHMER

Brampton Park professional Adam Pike enjoyed the biggest pay-day of his career thanks to holing a monster putt on the final green of the Weston Homes East Herts Fourball Better Ball tournament.

Ramsey captain Michael Cafferkey on his way to a century as his side beat Eaton Socon last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Captain Michael Cafferkey has called for a final flourish from his Ramsey players in the Tucker Gardner League Division One title race.

Paul Bigger starred for Houghton & Wyton.

Needingworth are hoping to write another chapter in one of the biggest success stories in local cricket.

Papworth racer Sam Tomlinson during the fourth round of the BARC Mighty Mini Championship. Picture: NICK RUTTER

Papworth racer Sam Tomlinson stepped up his BARC Mighty Mini Championship challenge during a fine fourth round last weekend,

Hannah MacLeod (6) hugs a team-mate as Great Britain celebrate reaching the final of the women's hockey tournament in Rio. Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire.

Former St Ives hockey player Hannah MacLeod is one game away from a gold medal.

Robbie Grabarz during the men's high jump final in Rio last night. Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire

Former St Neots resident Robbie Grabarz agonisingly missed out on a second Olympic Games medal last night.

Ben Saxton and Nicola Groves during the Nacra 17 racing at the Olympic Games. Picture: SAILING ENERGY/WORLD SAILING

Grafham Water sailor Ben Saxton has reflected on an ‘awesome’ Olympic Games debut.
Saxton and partner Nicola Groves finished in ninth position in the Nacra 17 class, which also featured in the Games for the first time.

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