Football News

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Godmanchester Rovers chief Neville Nania says his side should be applauded for returning from almost a month out of action with a double-figures destruction of FC Clacton last Saturday.

St Neots Boxer Tommy Martin, with his belt.

Tommy Martin insists his preparations have gone perfectly to plan ahead of the biggest night of his blossoming career.

Jubilee Park, the home of Huntingdon Town.

New boss Ian Edge is determined to turn Huntingdon Town into champions.

Ben Seymour-Shove in action on Saturday. Picture: Louise Thompson

St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke may have found the solution to his striking poser – inside his own 
dressing room.

Ben Ford celebrates his winning goal for St Neots Town against Biggleswade Town on January 17.

St Neots Town boss David Batch insists turning good individual players into a better all-round team is crucial in the race for the Southern League Premier Division play-offs.

Huntingdon Town FC V Harborough FC, Manager Seb Hayes

The manager who guided Huntingdon to a glorious double-success last season has stepped down.

New St Neots boss David Batch has completed a double defensive swoop to boost his promotion-chasing squad.

Danny Barker scored a debut goal for Huntingdon Town.

Sheryl Crow once sang that ‘a change would do you good’ - six of them worked a treat for Huntingdon Town last Saturday.

St Neots Town’s decision to forfeit a prestigious county cup clash has whipped up a storm.

Other Sport News

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Huntingdon kick-started the new year with a smooth slamming of Midlands Division One East whipping boys Spalding on Saturday.

Rowing: St Ives prepare for London

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
The St Ives Rowing Club Masters eight crew are, left to right, Dan Clough (cox), Gary Gilbey, Colin Edwards, Paul Ashmore, John Dolby, Henry Heylen, Dave Ash, Mike Kilby, Tony Bennet.

St Ives Rowing Club members were in competitive action for the first time in 2015 in the opening round of the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association Winter League on Sunday.

St Neots Mens 1st Hockey v Wisbech Mens 2nds

A scruffy goal conceded and a glaring miss contributed to a losing return to East League action for St Neots Men’s 1sts on Saturday.

St Neots (red)  v St Ives rugby

St Neots 20 St Ives 17

Hunts AC athletes Angel Lyden, Sophie Worral and Lizzie Harrison who won the team bronze in the Under 11 girls race at the Cambridgeshire Cross-Country Championships.

Hunts AC athletes collected 10 medals in the Cambridgeshire Cross-Country Championships.

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