Fixtures for 2006/07

THE FIXTURE list for the 2006/07 United Counties League to the end of the year has been announced. In the Premier League St Neots begin with a home tie against Newport Pagnall on Saturday, August 12, while St Ives travel to Raunds on the same day. Three d

THE FIXTURE list for the 2006/07 United Counties League to the end of the year has been announced.

In the Premier League St Neots begin with a home tie against Newport Pagnall on Saturday, August 12, while St Ives travel to Raunds on the same day.

Three days later on Tuesday, August 15, St Neots host Wootton and Blackstones visit St Ives.

The First Division kicks off a week later on Saturday, August 19. Huntingdon Town visit Peterborough Northern Star and Eynesbury host Sileby.


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Boxing Day sees the two local derbies with St Ives hosting St Neots and Eynesbury making the short trip to Huntingdon.

* THE FIXTURE list for the 2006/07 Ridgeons League has been announced. Godmanchester Rovers will kick off their Division 1 campaign on Saturday, August 12 with a trip to Swaffham Town.

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Rovers' first home game is the following week, on Saturday, August 19, when Whitton United are the visitors.

View the full fixture list at www.ridgeonsleague.co.uk

* THE draw for the 2006/07 FA Vase has paired Godmanchester Rovers with local rivals Huntingdon Town. The neighbours will square off on Saturday, September 23. Meanwhile St Ives faces a short journey to March to kick off their FA Cup campaign on Saturday, August 19.

Draw: FA Cup Extra preliminary round (selected fixtures): Sawbridgeworth Town v St Neots, March v St Ives. Ties to be played on Saturday, August 19.

FA Vase Second qualifying round (selected fixtures): Felixstowe & Walton United or Kirkley v St Ives, Godmanchester Rovers v Huntingdon Town, Eynesbury v Gorleston. Ties to be played on Saturday, September 23.

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