NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: St Neots Town complete another loan capture ahead of crucial home clash
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St Neots Town manager Matt Clements has snapped up another young Cambridge United prospect to aid their Southern League Premier Division Central survival bid.
Flying wideman Jordan Norville-Williams, who had a successful stint with Saints last season, has returned to the Premier Plus Stadium.
He will be in Clements’ squad for a crucial home game against Redditch tomorrow, 3pm, as Saints attempt to climb out of the relegation zone. They are two points from safety after three successive league defeats.
Clements said: “Jordan is an athletic and hard-working player who adds both quality and speed to our squad.
“I know I can trust him and I’m glad we were able to bring him back to the club.
“We’re in a position where we need to pick up points and I’m confident the staff and players will get what they deserve tomorrow after working tirelessly of late.”
Norville-Williams is the fourth loan recruit to arrive at St Neots in the last two weeks.
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Goalkeeper Finlay Iron and midfielder Lee Watkins are fellow Cambridge United youngsters while Andrea Borg has been borrowed from Peterborough United.
St Ives Town are out to extend their unbeaten run to four Southern League Premier Division games when hosting rock-bottom Bedworth at Westwood Road tomorrow, 3pm.
Ricky Marheineke’s side produced a stunning 3-0 success at table-topping Kettering Town last Saturday and have a golden opportunity to claim another three points when hosting the basement side, who have yet to pick up a league win this season.