It’s now 10 successive league defeats and counting for free-falling Huntingdon Town.
St Neots Town have returned to the Southern League Premier Division play-off places for the first time in three months.
St Neots Town have lined up a friendly clash against Peterborough United tonight (March 24).
St Neots boss David Batch is lining up a double-transfer swoop to ignite their Southern League promotion challenge.
Godmanchester Rovers have left their recent blip behind thanks to two wins in the space of four days.
A place in the Southern League Premier Division play-off zone is the aim for St Neots Town on Saturday.
Globetrotting Paralympic star Clare Cunningham has captured her first success of 2015.
Godmanchester Rovers co-boss Neville Nania hopes his managerial career will finish with a silver lining.
Five months is clearly a long time in football.
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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.
Huntingdon Under 13s missed out in their bid for regional honours on Sunday.
Louis Smith boosted his hopes of selection for the upoming European Championships with a terrific display at the weekend.
There was double delight for two sets of budding Huntingdon talents last weekend.
Dan Malem led Huntingdon back to winning ways with a stellar display in a Midlands Division One East thriller.
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.
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 could hardly have captured title glory in more impressive fashion.