NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Huntingdon Town in seventh heaven; Eynebury Rovers almost certain of being in the top six; striker Yeomans among the goals again for Godmanchester Rovers

Huntingdon Town striker Corey Kingston struck twice in their drubbing of Melton. Picture: J BIGGS PH

Huntingdon Town striker Corey Kingston struck twice in their drubbing of Melton. Picture: J BIGGS PHOTOGRAPHY - Credit: Archant

Huntingdon Town saved their best until last yesterday – by recording their biggest win of the United Counties League Division One season in their final home fixture.

Hayden Bream found the net as Eynesbury Rovers won at Desborough. Picture: J BIGGS PHOTOGRAPHY

Hayden Bream found the net as Eynesbury Rovers won at Desborough. Picture: J BIGGS PHOTOGRAPHY - Credit: Archant

The floodgates were well and truly opened at Jubilee Park as Jimmy Brattan’s men thumped Melton Town 7-0.

Five of the goals arrived in the first half with Liam Rodden’s opener being quickly followed by a Jonny Hall header. A Corey Kingston brace then sandwiched a Richard Baines effort.

Baines struck again in the second period before James Seymour completed a high-scoring success.

Eynesbury stretched their unbeaten United Counties League Premier Division run to eight matches with a smooth away success.

Ben Yeomans has struck five goals in two games for Godmanchester Rovers.

Ben Yeomans has struck five goals in two games for Godmanchester Rovers. - Credit: Archant

Striker James Tricks struck twice in a 3-0 victory at Desborough which also featured a Hayden Bream goal.

Only Cogenhoe can now deny Rovers a third successive top-six finish, but the Northamptonshire side need to win all four of their remaining games.

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Godmanchester Rovers sealed a fourth-placed finish in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division by thumping rock-bottom Wivenhoe.

Ollie Drake’s men roared to a 6-1 success at the David Wilson Homes Ground to ensure a morning effort to get their pitch into a playable condition was worthwhile.

Ben Yeomans followed up a hat-trick in a Thursday victory at Fakenham with two more goals. Defender Tom Moran, midfielder Simon Unwin, full-back Reece King and substitute Jack Chandler also found the net while the visitors claimed a consolation from the penalty spot.