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St Neots Town manager Andy Davies and assistant Lee Clarke have much to ponder during the defeat at Dorchester last Saturday. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

Boss Andy Davies insists he will not press the panic button as he bids to arrest St Neots Town’s worrying slump.

Action from Huntingdon's FA Vase exit against Swaffham. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Eynesbury Rovers roared into third place in the United Counties League Premier Division yesterday.

James Hall was dismissed as St Neots were beaten at Dorchester. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots Town plunged into the Southern League Premier Division drop-zone after a fourth successive league defeat today.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke read his plyers the riot act after they slumped to their heaviest defeat for almost two years today.

Huntingdon boss Bob Warby is hopeful of FA Vase success.

Huntingdon Town hit the FA Vase trail tomorrow and boss Bob Warby is hopeful of success.

Helen Clarke scored for St Ives Ladies 1sts.

Goalkeeper Ness Brown was a formidable last line of defence as St Ives Ladies 1sts made a solid return to Division One North.

St Neots Town boss Andy Davies is back from his headline-hitting holiday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

The holiday is well and truly over for St Neots Town boss Andy Davies as he begins the hard work of putting the club’s season back on track.

Andrew Phillips (left) saw St Ives Town's best chance saved in their goalless draw against Merthyr.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke hailed the battling qualities of his players as they pocketed a valuable Southern League Premier Division point on Tuesday night.

OLympic Games gold medallist Hannah MacLeod during her visit to St Ives Hockey Club. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Olympic Games heroine Hannah MacLeod was back where it all began recently.

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Sunday, September 25, 2016
Bradley Smith shows off his International Challenge title with father, Andy.

Bradley Smith breezed to title glory by delivering his best performance to date in the biggest fight of his blossoming career.

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club talent Tilly Allen.

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club prospect Tilly Allen has sampled national success.

They went unbeaten throughout the 2015/16 season, but St Neots Men's 2nds lost on the opening day of the new campaign.

There will be no repeat of St Neots 2nds unbeaten heroics this season.

Members of the Cambridgeshire Royals in action.

The Cambridgeshire Royals are celebrating a fourth-place finish in their debut Premier League season.

TP Tour Open winner James Reeson (left) being congratulated  by the St Ives club captain John Brown.

Home star James Reeson equalled the course record with a stunning 65 as he won the TP Tour Open Championship at St Ives Golf Club.

St Ives boxer Bradley Smith preparing for his title fight.

Bradley Smith is bidding to capture the first belt of his blossoming career – with a little bit of help from a friend.

Glen McIntyre was one of the Huntingdon try scorers in their comeback success at Bugbrooke. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT

Huntingdon shrugged off a stack of personnel and positional changes to collect their first away success of the Midlands Division One East season last Saturday.

St Neots skipper Matt Cartwright scored all of his side's tries. Picture: LEIGH CHATTEN

Skipper Matt Cartwright played a starring role as St Neots claimed their first win of the new Midlands Division Three East (South) season.

Harry Boston of St Neots pictured during the recent Hunts 2 Star Open.

The fifth staging of the Hunts 2 Star Open was a success recently.

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