NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Bradshaw heads through the St Neots Town exit to join Biggleswade Town

Jack Bradshaw has left St Neots Town. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

Jack Bradshaw has left St Neots Town. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES - Credit: Archant

Jack Bradshaw has become the first player to leave St Neots Town this summer.

The utility man – who can operate in defence or midfield, and even filled in as an emergency goalkeeper for part of their final league game of last season – has departed following a one-season stay at the Premier Plus Stadium.

Bradshaw has moved down the A1 to join Southern League Premier Division rivals Biggleswade Town.

Saints manager Matt Clements said: “Jack has been a class act this year and has my respect both as a man and on a footballing level.

“We had a chat and it’s clear the move is best for him personally. We wish him all the best.”


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Clements is working hard to attract potential targets to Saints as they attempt to build on a pleasing 12th position last term.

He added: “I’m very confident the core of the squad will stay together and that we will be able to add some new faces during the next few weeks.”

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