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Yesterday, 12:26

Huntingdon Town co-boss Jimmy Brattan blasted the referee who issued 10 cards to his team as they bowed out of the United Counties League KO Cup last night.

Prolific striker Tom Meechan is set for a surprise return to St Neots Town.

Dean Watson will succeed the retiring Mark Frost as Hunts FA county secretary next year.

Godmanchester Rovers boss Ollie Drake admits taking the shackles off his players has led to a fine run of results.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke was left to reflect on defensive misfortune after his side’s FA Cup exit.

Boss Ricky Marheineke has stressed the need for improved defending if St Ives Town are to reach the third qualifying round of the FA Cup for the first time in their history.

Houghton & Wyton have pulled off the signing of a player who made more than 300 professional appearances and earned an international cap.

Danny Cain is better known for scoring goals than stopping them – but the Brampton striker proved to be an inspired figure between the posts last Saturday.

Manager Mark Ducket described Eynesbury Rovers’ first defeat of the United Counties League Premier Division season as a ‘massive reality check’.

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Yesterday, 16:02

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club enjoyed medal success at the British Team Championships.

Rising Huntingdon Gymnastics Club star Jake Jarman earned two medals in a major international event at the weekend.

There were plenty of positives in defeat for Huntingdon last Saturday following a home reverse at the hands of the early Midlands Division One East pacesetters.

St Ives Cycling Club riders were out in force last weekend at three different league events.

Ruby O’Dell finished the Mud Sweat and Gears Eastern Region MTB League season on a high.

Eaton Socon have proved to be the dominant force in junior cricket this summer.

St Ives enjoyed a high-scoring return to the Midlands Senior Vase – by thumping a team they last played in the late 1980s.

Lauren Steadman missed out on a third paratriathlon world title by just four seconds last Friday.

The final day of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season was all but washed out.

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