Dom Lawless is his name – and scoring goals is most definitely his game.
Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket has vowed to clean up his act after being hit by a seven-game stadium ban.
Eynesbury continued a terrific start to 2018 with a third successive victory last Saturday.
Eynesbury manager Mark Ducket has paid tribute to departed defender Steve Gentle.
Eynesbury have been forced to postpone an important United Counties League Premier Division game tonight (Tuesday) due to an electrical fault.
One of Eynesbury Rovers’ finest servants has left the club.
Eynesbury claimed a first win in four United Counties League Premier Division game on Tuesday night.
Eynesbury manager Mark Ducket is predicting a terrific United Counties League Premier Division spectacle tonight.
There were positives at both ends of the pitch as Eynesbury breezed to a midweek United Counties League Premier Division victory.
Huntingdon Town co-boss Jimmy Brattan blasted the referee who issued 10 cards to his team as they bowed out of the United Counties League KO Cup last night.
Manager Mark Ducket described Eynesbury Rovers’ first defeat of the United Counties League Premier Division season as a ‘massive reality check’.
Huntingdon Town pulled off a fine FA Vase victory yesterday.
Eynesbury Rovers eased to a fifth successive victory when extending their perfect start to the United Counties League Premier Division season.
Manager Mark Ducket insists Eynesbury still require some fine tuning before becoming the finished article.
Eynesbury Rovers were denied a memorable FA Cup success when being pegged back by nine-man opponents in the 90th minute of a dramatic preliminary round tie today.
Eynesbury boss Mark Ducket admits he would love to land St Neots Town star Declan Rogers.
Eynesbury boss Mark Ducket reckons he has pulled off his biggest signing yet – in more ways than one.
Manager Mark Ducket believes Hunts Senior Cup success can be the starting point of a golden era for Eynesbury Rovers – and he can’t wait to spearhead it.
Manager Mark Ducket was left with mixed emotions after a sensational Eynesbury comeback last Saturday.
Eynesbury Rovers roared to the biggest win in their 120-year history on Saturday.
St Neots Town hit the road with two aims in one.