St Ives Town Ladies clinched a first Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership title – without kicking a ball.
It’s been a busy midweek on the local non-league scene.
Manager Matt Clements insists his St Neots Town squad only needs minor tweaks following a season of major improvement.
St Neots Town sealed a top-half finish in the Southern League Premier Division by earning a fine draw at high-flying King’s Lynn yesterday.
Manager Ricky Marheineke admitted St Ives Town let down their supporters yesterday.
St Neots Town paid the price for a ‘crazy’ seven-minute spell when suffering defeat in a seven goal thriller on Saturday.
The Huntingdonshire bragging rights belong to St Neots Town.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke insists any players who fail to give their full commitment to the club will be shown the door.
There are two big title clashes and one survival showdown involving local clubs tomorrow.
St Neots continued their march towards the Midlands Division Four East (South) title with an eight-try blitz last Saturday.
St Neots Town reached a Southern League Premier Division half-century last Saturday – and bettered their points tally from the last two seasons in the process.
Proud St Neots Town boss Matt Clements saluted his players in the wake of a Southern League Premier Division loss at the hands of title-chasing opposition on Saturday.
St Ives Town’s survival mission received a Boxing Day boost thanks to a fine result against the Southern League Premier Division table-toppers.
Leading St Neots Town scorer Dylan Williams could hardly have made a more spectacular return from injury yesterday.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke insists there could not have been a more fitting match-winner for the club last Saturday.
Seething St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke warned that repercussions will follow one of the worst performances of his managerial career.
New Saints ABC enjoyed plenty of success when staging an exciting show last Saturday.
Ten-man St Neots Town saw a fine run of form come to an abrupt end when crashing to their heaviest Southern League Premier Division defeat for almost a year.
Tom Meechan believes the good times are on the way back to St Neots Town.
Two games, two defeats, no goals scored and seven goals conceded – it’s safe to assume that St Ives Town have not enjoyed their travels in recent days.
St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke toasted an ‘excellent’ Southern League Premier Division point – despite seeing his side surrender a two-goal lead yesterday.
St Neots Town saw their FA Trophy involvement brought to an end last Saturday – despite producing a display that manager Matt Clements felt would be good enough to win many games.
St Ives Town’s wait for a home Southern League Premier Division victory is over.
Lewis Hall piled up the points to help St Neots continue their perfect Midlands Division Four East (South) record last Saturday.
The fine line between Southern League Premier Division success and failure was all too evident again at ProEdge Westwood Road yesterday.
St Neots racked up a half-century of points for the second time this season when extending their perfect Midlands Division Four East (South) start.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke insists the club’s long run without a win will end sooner rather than later.
St Neots Town boss Matt Clements is hopeful of tying down loan ace Tom Meechan for another month.
St Neots bowed out of the Midlands Junior Vase last Saturday.
St Neots Ladies 1sts saw their first Division One North home outing in the East Women’s League end in a heavy defeat.