ST NEOTS Town returned to league duty and claimed their 11th consecutive win at Wellingborough Town on Tuesday. Well below their best, Saints fell behind in the first minute when Joe Powers powered down the left and crossed for Mark Reddings to force home. The visitors recovered quickly, and were level within five minutes when Shane Tolleys audacious flick found Stefan Moore, who powered between two defenders to score. Tolley capitalised on a training-ground free-kick move to put Saints ahead after 29 minutes, but they had to wait until deep into the second half to tie up the points, when Moore crossed to the far post and Tolley headed in. The result was especially important as rivals Kings Lynn Town dropped points at Blackstones on Wednesday evening in a 1-1 draw. Danny White put the Linnets ahead after 55 minutes, but a penalty for the home side 10 minutes later allowed Addie Staffieri to put Stones level. St Ives Town were also on form on Tuesday night, picking up three points at home to Rothwell Corinthians, courtesy of headers from Scott Fielding and Lee Ellison. Both sides passed up chances to score from the penalty spot, with Ozie Foster seeing his first-half effort for Ives saved, and Tom Johnson shooting wide for the visitors. But the Saints made their pressure count when Fielding nodded home Declan Rogers centre on the hour, and Ellison made the points safe after meeting Liam Kennetts free-kick.