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Huntingdon Town manager Bob Warby. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Boss Bob Warby has welcomed Huntingdon Town’s relegation reprieve – but wishes it had come sooner.

Hot-shot James Hall is on St Neots Town's shopping list. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Neots Town interim boss Andy Davies has set his sights on landing a second twin.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke has made his first new signing ahead of their debut Southern League Premier Division season.

Matt Clements has resigned as manager of Godmanchester Rovers.

Matt Clements has resigned as boss of Godmanchester Rovers tonight.

The St Ivo School Under 14 girls' team pictured after an earlier round of the competition.

The St Ivo School were denied a national trophy double in agonising style this afternoon.

Huntingdon Town chairman Doug McIlwain.

Huntingdon Town could receive a dramatic reprieve from relegation tonight.

St Ivo School Under 13 girls celebrate their English Schools Football Association (ESFA) PlayStation Schools’ Cup win. Picture: PlayStation Schools' Cup.

St Ivo School Under 13 girls team produced a stunning performance to be crowned national champions this afternoon.

Eaton Socon overseas player Matthew Kirkham.

Overseas star Matthew Kirkham caused cricketing carnage at Eaton Socon last Sunday afternoon.

St Ives Town Ladies.

Manager Darren Marjoram has declared himself ‘extremely proud’ of his St Ives Town Ladies players after they came within a point of title glory in their debut season.

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The Hunts AC 4-400m women's relay squad, left to right, Amelia Darnell, Aleta Fraylich, Siobhan Skinner and Rachel Sweatt.

Rachel Sweatt produced a stunning performance when storming to five victories over five different distances in a Southern Athletics League fixture last Saturday.

St Ives' mixed team retained their title at the Ely Hockey Tournament.

St Ives retained their crown at the Ely Hockey Club Mixed Tournament last weekend.

Zubair Maqsood of Huntingdon & District 2nds on his way to a half-century in their Hunts League Division Three defeat at the hands of Houghton & Wyton last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Martin Heginbotham hit an unbeaten century as Houghton & Wyton swept to the top of Hunts League Division Three last Saturday.

The Hunts Under 10 team are, back row, left to right, Jack Hodgson, Olly Parncutt, Harry Gilman, Jahruis Charles, Joe Notarnicola (coach), Daniel Wells, William Dack ,Jacob Watling, front row, Rhys Hicks, Ben Noble, Max Jordison, Luke Ashwell (captain), James Pawley and Divyeash Vaseeharan.

Hunts Under 10 taught the London Schools side a cricketing lesson last Sunday.

Jon Railton at Brands Hatch in the third round of the Ducati TriOptions Cup. Picture: NIGEL SHEARING

Little Paxton racer Jon Railton continued his solid start to the Ducati TriOptions Cup season last weekend.

Lauren Steadman is looking for more European glory. Picture: British Triathlon

Sawtry star Lauren Steadman bids to defend her ETU European Paratriathlon Championships crown later this week.

James Reeson (left) and Owen Davies (right) won the Midland Closed Championship team prize for Brampton Park, while Reeson also took the individual honours. Picture: PHILIP REESON

Brampton Park duo James Reeson and Owen Davies completed a notable double-success in the Midland Closed Championships last weekend.

Kimbolton batsman Ruben Claassen pictured during their defeat against St Ives yesterday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Adam Fahey hit a fabulous first century in English cricket to fire Warboys to the top of the Tucker Gardner League Division Two table.

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