Going Deeping – and down
United Counties League Premier Division Deeping Rangers 5 St Neots Town 0 TOWN completed a miserable week when they were soundly beaten by Deeping Rangers on Saturday. Defender Dave Cornell gave Deeping a tenth minute lead with a header before John-Paul D
United Counties League Premier Division
Deeping Rangers 5 St Neots Town 0
TOWN completed a miserable week when they were soundly beaten by Deeping Rangers on Saturday.
Defender Dave Cornell gave Deeping a tenth minute lead with a header before John-Paul Duncliffe added a second. Dave Mosley lobbed 'keeper Martyn Patching on the half hour for number three and Danny Matson completed the rout with two more goals after the interval.
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Saints' misery was compounded when Gary Walker saw an 82nd minute penalty saved by home keeper Danny Bircham.
* St Neots reserves produced a convincing victory at home to Huntingdon Town reserves with second half goals from Tom Coles, Anthony Davis, Andy Simcock and Luke Webb giving the home side victory.
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FA Cup Preliminary Round replay
Brackley Town 4 St Neots Town 0
SAINTS crashed out of the FA Cup after a heavy defeat at Brackley of the Southern League. St Neots had held the hosts to a 2-2 draw at Rowley Park on Saturday, but away from home it was another matter and the tie was very one-sided.
The home side opened the scoring after 21 minutes when Matt Murphy netted and just 11 minutes later Robbie Beard added a second. Eliott Sandy netted after 55 minutes and Tom Winters completed the scoring after 61 minutes.