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Tue, 21:40
New St Ives Town signing Lee Chaffey. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

Manager Ricky Marheineke has continued his St Ives Town revamp ahead of their first season in the Southern League Premier Division.

St Ivo School Under 12 Girls celebrate winning the National Schools' Cup.

A second St Ivo School team is celebrating National Schools’ Cup glory after mounting a stunning comeback.

New Eynesbury Rovers signing Craig Smith.

Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket is celebrating the capture of his number one transfer target.

Huntingdon Town boss Bob Warby (left), chairman Doug McIlwain (centre) and assistant boss Mark Forrest (right) show off their new home kit with Sarah Fielding (second left) and Alex Burghardt (second right) of Huntingdonshire Regional College, watched on by Jordan Gault, Ben Calvert, Tom Stidwell, Jordan Brockett, Jake Waterworth and Mark Ling.

A former international footballer and manager has joined the coaching staff at Huntingdon Town.

Manager Ricky Marheineke celebrating St Ives Town's play-off final triumph at the end of last season, which earned promotion. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT

St Ives Town mamager Ricky Marheineke reckons the club’s supporters have a huge part to play in ensuring their first season in the Southern League Premier Division becomes a success.

Taylor Parr has joined St Neots Town from Godmanchester Rovers. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Joint manager Andy Davies insists the capture of highly-rated defender Taylor Parr has completed the St Neots Town squad.

New St Neots Town striker Dubi Ogbonna pictured during his time as a St Ives player. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

Joint boss Andy Davies believes St Neots Town now boast a strikeforce to rival any in the Southern League Premier Division.

Micky Hyem is staying at Godmanchester Rovers.

New manager Adie Cambridge has described Micky Hyem’s decision to stay at Godmanchester Rovers as a ‘massive plus’.

Buckden Vultures Under 9s won their age group at the Priory Parkside tournament. They are Louis Deans, Joseph Lewey, Callum Young, James Pater, Charlie Gilbert, Oliver Goodjohn, Adam Baker and Jonte Wiggam.

The summer tournament season continued with another major event in the area last Sunday.

Other Sport News

Tue, 19:50
Kevin Bowers was one of the successful Hunts skippers.

One Huntingdonshire team reigned last Saturday – but the other was stopped in their tracks by rain.

The Hunts women's team pictured ahead of their Donald Steward Trophy victory against Norfolk along with English Women's Bowling Federation president Daphne Meats (front, second right). Picture: HELEN DRAKE

It was a case of third time lucky for Huntingdonshire’s leading ladies.

James Dean bowls for Godmanchester during victory against Ramsey yesterday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

It was glory for Godmanchester in the battle of the two most recent sets of Tucker Gardner League Division One champions yesterday.

Sam Tomlinson (left) in action in the latest round of the BARC Mighty Mini Championship. Picture: PAUL ELLWOOD

Papworth Everard racer Sam Tomlinson cemented his third place in the BARC Mighty Mini Championship following an exciting second round at Donington Park.

Ramsey captain Michael Cafferkey is relishing their showdown against Godmanchester. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

The last two sets of Tucker Gardner League Division One champions do battle tomorrow.

Huntingdon speedway rider Danny King celebrating his recent British Final success. Picture: JEFF DAVIES

Huntingdon speedway star Danny King has been named in the Great Squad for the World Cup.

Harriet Heylen on her way to victory during the St Ives Town Regatta. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

There were plenty of home triumphs at the annual St Ives Town Regatta last Saturday.

The Godmanchester 3rds team are back row, left to right, Grant Austin, Jamie Oliver, Paul Jefferies, Matt Waring, Paul Greenhow, Elliott Baldwin, Jim Lunn, front row, Amelia Oliver, Olly Jefferies, Mack May and Oliver Greenhow.

It was a Father’s Day to remember for three Godmanchester cricketers as they were joined by their children to sample Hunts League success.

Matt Duncan hit 55 to help Hunts beat Northants Academy in a friendly last Sunday.

Hunts claimed a dramatic friendly success when pipping Northants Academy by just two runs in their first outing of the summer.

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