Indeed, the team played five games during the month, winning four of them and drawing the other. Currently sitting second in the UCL Division One table, Huntingdon actually went top before being deposed by Harborough Town following the first of their two big derby games against Eynesbury Rovers, which ended 2-2. Twelve goals scored, five goals conceded: those figures are an indication of the form the team is in and the league was good enough to also honour Huntingdons top scorer Declan Rogers, naming him the divisions player of the month after the utility man hit seven of those 12 goals without drawing a blank in any game. Its all very well being manager of the month, said Marheineke, but you cant do what we have done with rubbish players. There is a great squad here and the players carry out my instructions on the pitch. He added about Rogers award: I didnt even know they did a player of the month, but Declans been one of our best players this season. He deserves the recognition.