NON-LEAGUE: Clarke calls for improvement from St Neots Town; St Ives Town set to hand striker a debut at Dunstable; Eynesbury aim to bounce back from Vase exit

Lee Clarke hopes for an upturn in form from St Neots Town tonight. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

Lee Clarke hopes for an upturn in form from St Neots Town tonight. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES - Credit: Archant

Stand-in boss Lee Clarke has called on St Neots Town to climb out of their mini slump tonight.

The Saints have failed to win any of their last five games in all competitions – a miserable run that Clarke wants to see end when they host Kettering Town in a Southern League Premier Division clash at the Premier Plus Stadium (7.45pm).

Clarke, in charge with manager Andy Davies away, said: “It’s a big game for us, and one in which we need to deliver the right performance to get the right result.

“I’ll lift the players before the game and hopefully get the confidence flowing again.

“The result is one thing, but I also want a bit more out of the players. I want to see that they want to win the game as much as I do.


You may also want to watch:


“If we don’t get a result tonight, it will be a 10 days to get through before our next game on September 24.”

St Ives Town are also in action tonight as they travel to Dunstable (7.45pm) – and they could also do with a positive result.

Most Read

Former Cambridge City striker Danny Kelly is in line for his Ives debut following his recent revival.

Also tonight, Eynesbury entertain Peterborough Northern Star in a United Counties League Premier Division clash at Hall Road (7.45pm).

Rovers beat the same opponents in an FA Cup tie on the opening day of the current season, but they need to bounce back from a 7-0 drubbing at Yaxley in the FA Vase last Saturday - their heaviest defeat for almost six years.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter