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Yesterday, 15:02
Ben Seymour-Shove of St Ives Town. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

Ben Seymour-Shove would love to help his hometown club to promotion.

Huntingdon Town manager Bob Warby.

Huntingdon hope to end their torrid season on a high with victory in their final match.

Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Disappointed manager Mark Ducket has diagnosed his Eynesbury Rovers players as suffering from a serious Hunts Senior Cup final hangover.

Lee Clarke suffered a ruptured Achilles during St Neots Town's final game of the season. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots endured a painful end to their Southern League Premier Division season on Tuesday night.

Godmanchester Rovers have a second successive runners-up finish to celebrate.

Godmanchester Rovers clinched a second successive runners-up finish in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division last night.

Danny Cain (left) struck twice for Brampton against Cambridge City Reserves.

Brampton manager Wayne Ambler has praised his players for turning a miserable start into a memorable season.

Captain Taylor Parr on the ball for Godmanchester Rovers during their victory against Whitton United last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Proud manager Matt Clements believes his Godmanchester Rovers aces deserve to be promoted.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Town are one game away from promotion to the Southern League Premier Division.

The loss of captain Luke Knight (right) to injury is a blow to St Ives Town ahead of their play-off clash. Picture: RICHARD MARSHAM

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke insists the biggest occasion in the club’s history must be treated as just another game.

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Yesterday, 14:30
The St Neots and England Deaf sides are pictured ahead of their annual clash. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

The annual St Neots Festival of Rugby was a roaring success.

The St Ives Under 8 team who won their age group at the St Neots Festival of Rugby.

St Ives Under 8s made their final tournament in tag rugby a triumphant one.

St Ives Swimming Club men Steve Greenwood, Will Desborough and Pete Brystow were successful at the Newmarket Masters Open Meet.

Three St Ives Swimming Club members collected five medals between them at the Newmarket Masters Open Meet.

Mick Hodson of St Ives Cycling Club. Picture: DAVEY JONES

St Ives CC pedallers took the top two spots at the Northampton & District Cycling Association (NDCA) 10-mile time trial, held on the old A1 between Sawtry and Stilton, last Saturday.

Ramsey batsman James Markland faces a delivery during their win at Waresley last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Ramsey enjoyed a successful start to the new season on two fronts.

Eaton Socon, pictured before their clash against Blunham, are back row, left to right, Macaulay Clark, Matt Kirkham, Matt Rawling, Joe Watling, Terry Day, front row, Jake Wenman, Matt Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Jon Carpenter, Ray Tudor, Matt Pateman and Ben Gowling.

Eaton Socon made their first-ever taste of Tucker Gardner League top-flight cricket a successful one last Saturday.

Huntingdon and St Ives Tang Soo Do Association members show off their trophies won at the National Championships.

Connor Phillips and Bradley Dearney led the Huntingdon and St Ives Tang Soo Do Association medal mission at the National Championships last weekend.

The Needingworth Ladies team are, back row, left to right, Lee Smith (manager), Izzy Hall, Amelia Oliver, Lisa Trigg, Liz Mcadam, Kirsty Bysouth, front row, Paige Smith, Hannah Morris, Emilee Steel (captain), Lottie O'Brien, Nikki Hurst.

Needingworth enjoyed a successful start to the Women’s Midlands League season last Sunday.

World indoor singles champion Nicky Brett has now added a national pairs crown to his collection. Picture: JAMES BASS

Reigning world indoor champion Nicky Brett has added another major title to his collection.

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