Mouthwatering friendly test against MK Dons is the highlight of the summer for St Ives Town

St Ives Town players celebrate the goal, from Ben Seymour-Shove (far right), which won the Southern

St Ives Town players celebrate the goal, from Ben Seymour-Shove (far right), which won the Southern League Division One (Central) play-off final. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT - Credit: Archant

St Ives Town will tackle League One opposition as they prepare for their first-ever Southern League Premier Division season.

Ricky Marheineke’s side entertain MK Dons, who were relagted from the Championship last term, on Saturday, July 16 as part of a double-header at ProEdge Westwood Road.

The match will have a 4pm kick-off with Dons splitting their first-team squad to also face Saints’ tenants Cambridge City earlier in the day at 1pm.

Entry has been set at £10 for adults, £8 for concessions and £4 for Under 16s to cover both games.

St Ives also face the youth side of another League One outfit – Peterborough United – as part of a busy pre-season schedule in which all seven of their friendlies will be at home.


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Saints will play at Step 3 level for the first time next season after winning promotion from Division One (Central) of the Southern League last season.

Local lad Ben Seymour-Shove hit a memorable extra-time winner as they beat AFC Rushden & Diamonds in the play-off final at ProEdge Westwood Road earlier this month.

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ST IVES TOWN FRIENDLY FIXTURES

JULY

Sat 9 v Yaxley (home)

Tue 12 v Peterborough United Youth (home)

Sat 16 v MK Dons (home)

Tue 19 v Eynesbury Rovers (home)

Sat 23 v Cambridge City (home)

Tue 26 v Peterborough Sports (home)

Sat 30 v Soham Town Rangers (home)

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