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St Neots Town have appointed a new chairman.

New Godmanchester Rovers manager Adie Cambridge. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Boss Adie Cambridge insists there is no crisis at Godmanchester Rovers despite losing almost a full squad of players.

New St Ives Town signing Allan Owen.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke has boosted his attacking options . . . by signing a player he coached as an eight-year old.

St Neots Town manager Andy Davies (left) welcomes new signing Micky Hyem.

Midfield star Micky Hyem has become the latest player to tread the familiar path between Godmanchester Rovers and St Neots Town this summer.

Huntingdon Town celebrate winning the Mayor's Cup last night.

Huntingdon Town lifted a piece of silverware last night.

Taylor Parr of St Neots Town. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

New St Neots Town signing Taylor Parr has been rewarded for making a big impression at the club with a one-year contract.

New Eaton Socon signing Lee Bassett (right) with manager Mark Spavins.

Ambitious Eaton Socon have pulled off a major signing to spearhead their challenge for promotion from the Cambs League next season.

Jack Higgs celebrates his free-kick leveller for St Ives Town. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke praised his side for their performance against League One opposition yesterday.

St Ives Town celebrating their promotion after winning the Southern League Division One (Central) play-off final last season. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT

St Ives Town will launch their first-ever season of Step 3 football with a home fixture.

Other Sport News

Sunday, July 24, 2016
Bevis Moynan bagged four wickets for Godmanchester.

Ramsey suffered a potentially costly defeat in their chase for the Tucker Gardner League Division One title yesterday.

A crew in action at a past regatta in St Neots.

More than 1,000 rowers are set to descend on St Neots this weekend for one of the largest annual regattas in the UK.

Captain Martin Burton, seen here bowling, is backing his Huntingdon & District side to climb out of their slump. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT

Captain Martin Burton admits Huntingdon & District face a crucial run of fixtures in their Tucker Gardner League Division Two survival bid.

Ramsey captain Michael Cafferkey.

Ramsey captain Michael Cafferkey has told his players to focus on the pitch rather than the league table.

Sam Tomlinson swept to his first victory in the BARC Mighty Mini Series. Picture: PAUL ELLWOOD

Papworth racer Sam Tomlinson has toasted his first victory in the BARC Mighty Mini Championship.

Winner Patrick Roddy (312) leads in the early stages of the St Ives 10k.

Warwickshire runner Patrick Roddy blew away the opposition to win another successful staging of the St Ives 10k last Sunday.

Glen Daniels hit a half-century for Great Staughton in their defeat to Brampton last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Two Eaton Socon 2nds siblings reached fine personal milestones in the same Hunts League Division One success last Saturday.

Hemingfords won the Victor Ludorum Trophy as the most successful club at the Huntingdonshire County Finals. They are, left to right, Scott Wilson, Ray Woodward, Owen Kennedy, Barbara Clutterbuck, David Peak, Janet Chapman (county president), Richard Wilson, Pat Brace and David Brace. Picture: RICHARD COLES

There were hat-trick honours for two men and double delight for a host of ladies at the Huntingdonshire county finals last Sunday.

St Ives Boxing Academy trainer Steve Whitwell.

Furious trainer Steve Whitwell slammed a dreadful refereeing decision after Huntingdon fighter Matty Parr saw his return to the ring end in a draw.

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