Eynesbury Rovers might not be challenging to win the United Counties League Premier Division crown themselves, but they’re enjoying upsetting the contenders.
It appears that 48 hours is rather a long time in the world of non-league football.
St Neots Town continued their fine finish to the Southern League Premier Division last night.
Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake wants maximum points from a series of important Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division clashes.
Captain Micky Hyem is convinced the good times are on the way back to Godmanchester Rovers.
Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake has given himself a public dressing down.
It was a case of fourth time lucky for Godmanchester Rovers last night - as they enjoyed a five-star scoring spree.
Two key players have ignored interest from other clubs to stay at Godmanchester Rovers.
Godmanchester Rovers were rewarded with a rise into their highest Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division position of the season after grabbing Boxing Day glory.
Manager Ollie Drake saluted Godmanchester Rovers’ defensive transformation following their latest success.
There is no shortage of reasons for Godmanchester Rovers to be jolly going into the festive season.
Manager Ollie Drake praised his Godmanchester Rovers players for a pair of positive results earned thanks to ‘mature’ performances.
Manager Ollie Drake saluted the scoring power of his Godmanchester Rovers side after a third successive Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division victory.
Godmanchester Rovers produced a double stoppage-time salvo to snatch a victory they looked to have thrown away only moments earlier.
It wasn’t just a game of two halves at the David Wilson Homes Ground last Saturday afternoon as Godmanchester Rovers crashed out of the FA Vase.
Two local teams bowed out of national competitions today.
Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake admitted his side ‘didn’t show up’ when being beaten by the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division table-toppers last Saturday.
Godmanchester Rovers and Eynesbury Rovers saw off lower-level opponents to make FA Vase progress last Saturday – but Huntingdon Town suffered stoppage-time heartbreak at the hands of higher-level hosts.
Godmanchester Rovers boss Ollie Drake admits taking the shackles off his players has led to a fine run of results.
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.
New boss Ollie Drake is craving the buzz that a winning start in the Godmanchester Rovers hotseat can bring.
The two top teams in Huntingdonshire football will do battle on two of the biggest days in the season.
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