NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Victory for St Neots Town; defeat for St Ives Town; draws for Eynesbury Rovers and Huntingdon Town

PUBLISHED: 21:00 14 April 2018 | UPDATED: 21:00 14 April 2018

Danny Kelly scored for St Ives Town in their defeat against Dorchester. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

Danny Kelly scored for St Ives Town in their defeat against Dorchester. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

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St Neots Town continued their Southern League Premier Division revival with a third win in four games.

Matt Clements’ men beat Redditch United 2-1 at the Premier Plus Stadium today.

An early own goal put them ahead before Tom Meechan doubled the lead.

The visitors hit back from the penalty spot before the break, but Saints held their advantage to remain in the top half of the table.

St Ives Town slipped to a ninth defeat in their last 11 games at that level.

They were beaten 2-1 by Dorchester at ProEdge Westwood Road with all the goals arriving in the first half. Danny Kelly halved their arrears.

Eynesbury Rovers were held to a second successive goalless draw in the United Counties League Premier Division.

Manager Mark Ducket made a cameo appearance as a substitute during the blank against Peterborough Northern Star at Hall Road.

Huntingdon Town were happier with the point they gained in Division One, drawing 3-3 at third-placed Raunds Town. Jonny Hall, Corey Kingston and Alessio Dello Russo hit their goals.

St Neots Town Reserves’ hopes of Division One survival in the Spartan South Midlands League were hit by an 8-0 drubbing at Winslow United.

Godmanchester Rovers suffered again at the hands of the weather. Their Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division clash against Stanway Rovers was postponed due to a waterlogged David Wilson Homes Ground pitch.


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