St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke questioned the attitude and ability of his players following a fifth successive defeat.
St Neots Town manager Matt Clements was proud of his side’s performance against the best team in the Southern League Premier Division.
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.
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke was left seething after his side threw away more precious Southern League Premier Division points.
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 Neots Town collected a first success of 2018 yesterday – thanks to the final kick of the game!
St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke insists his side’s failure to see off 10-man local rivals St Neots Town in a midweek derby clash is no reason for disappointment.
Honours ended even after the top two teams in Huntingdonshire football battled out a mud and thunder derby showdown.
Assistant manager Jack Cassidy is to stand down from the St Ives Town role this weekend.
The new year is set to begin with a bang – as Huntingdonshire’s two footballing heavyweights do battle on the first day of 2018.
All four non-league football fixtures involving local sides were postponed yesterday as 2017 ended with a washout.
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.
St Neots Town manager Matt Clements saw the best and worst of his side yesterday.
Seething St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke warned that repercussions will follow one of the worst performances of his managerial career.
St Neots Town made an immediate return to winning ways yesterday – but not without a couple of hitches.
The player who fired St Ives Town to play-off glory back in 2016 is expected to leave the club today.
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.
It’s not often a part-time footballer from the seventh tier of the English game is mentioned in the same breath as some of the greats.
Two new attacking signings are set to feature in the St Neots Town squad tomorrow.
Tom Meechan believes the good times are on the way back to St Neots Town.
St Ives suffered more Southern League Premier Division heartbreak when being hit by a pair of latre Hitchin sucker-punches on Tuesday night.
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 Neots Town will wave farewell to striking star Tom Meechan again this Saturday.
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 are fast becoming the draw specialists of the Southern League Premier Division – following a sixth stalemate in their last nine league matches.
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.
Two local teams bowed out of national competitions today.