FA Cup stars St Neots Town were brushed aside by table-toppers Kettering Town in a Southern League Premier Division Central clash. All of the leaders goals arrived in the second half of a match played in front of a crowd of almost 700 at the Premier Plus Stadium. Their breakthrough arrived courtesy of a controversial penalty just before the hour with Saints goalkeeper Harry Reynolds adjuged to have brought down visiting striker Rhys Hoeness by an assistant referee. Another spot-kick, this time a stonewall decision after a foul by Matt Miles, doubled Ketterings advantage with nine minutes to go and they added a clincher soon afterwards. A stoppage-time consolation from Mark Coulson was not enough to prevent St Ives Town being beaten at the same level. Ricky Marheinekes side went down 2-1 at Alvechurch after conceding midway through the first half and just after the hour. Eynesbury Rovers were stung by a late equaliser in a disappointing United Counties League Premier Division deadlock. Mark Duckets high-flyers were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Boston Town at Hall Road after hitting the front through Danny Draper. Rovers won the reverse fixture 5-0 earlier in the season. Struggling Huntingdon Town were far happier with their 1-1 draw at Bourne Town in Division One of the United Counties League as boss Jimmy Brattan collected a first point since his recent return to the club. Ben Keatings first-half free-kick gave Town an advantage that was cancelled out early on the second period, but they were twice denied a winner late on after hosts Bourne were reduced to 10 men. Glenn Spearink struck a post before debutant substitute Lee Defraines goalbound header was kept out by a last-ditch defensive block. Godmanchester Rovers are in action today as they go to West Essex in the first round of the FA Vase.