Brampton manager Wayne Ambler says there is no pressure on his side in the biggest game of the Cambs League season.
Eaton Socon hope their promotion dream can become a reality.
There is no shortage of reasons for Godmanchester Rovers to be jolly going into the festive season.
The good times are well and truly back at Great Paxton.
St Ives Rangers Reserves went top of Division 5B last Saturday – thanks to a slice of revenge which featured a hat-trick from the hottest shot in the Cambs League
Alconbury chief Mick Clarke reckons the appointment of a joint boss and the captures of a couple of new players have inspired their perfect start to the season.
Brampton boss Wayne Ambler will resist the temptation to get carried away by a terrific start to the Cambs League top-flight campaign.
Offord United have been forced to pull out of the Cambs League on the eve of the new season.
The last time St Ives Town faced AFC Rushden & Diamonds, it was the biggest occasion in their history.
A 12-year wait for a trophy is over for Needingworth United.
Boss Martin Pammenter grabbed an acrobatic goal at the age of 50 to help Needingworth United to Cambs League derby glory last Saturday.
Huntingdon United clinched Cambs League promotion last Saturday - without kicking a ball and with five matches to spare.
Eaton Socon manager Mark Spavins insists his side’s hopes of winning the Kershaw Premier Division title hinge on them beating table-topping Great Shelford tomorrow.
Two young bosses will attempt to cap their first seasons in management by claiming county honours.