Saints are two games from Conference football
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St Neots Town have clinched a Southern League Premier Division play-off place for the first time in their history.
The Saints drew 1-1 at Frome on the final day of the regular season yesterday to clinch fifth spot in the standings. That means they are now two matches away from playing Conference football next season.
Top scorer Drew Roberts fired them into an early lead in Somerset when converting a Lewis Hilliard cross, but St Neots were pegged back on the hour as they drew for the seventh time in their last 10 games.
Saints’ reward for reaching the play-offs is a semi-final showdown at Poole on Tuesday (April 28, 7.45pm).
The Dorset side missed out on the title when being beaten by Corby in a winner-takes-all top-of-the-table showdown yesterday that attracted a crowd in excess of 2,000 people.
Truro entertain Hungerford in the other semi-final on Tuesday with the play-off final scheduled for May Day Bank Holiday Monday (May 5).
St Ives Town finished ninth in Southern League Division One (Central) following a final day defeat.
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A stoppage time penalty condemned Ricky Marheineke’s men to a 2-1 loss at Marlow. James Hall had earlier equalised four minutes into the second half.
Jordan Nicholson hit his 25th goal of the season as Eynesbury Rovers were beaten in their final United Counties League Premier Division outing.
Martin Field’s side suffered a second successive home defeat when going down 3-1 to runners-up Thurnby Nirvana at Hall Road.
It meant they missed out on a top-10 finish in their first campaign back at this level.
Goal machine Tom Meechan inspired a return to form from Godmanchester Rovers.
The prolific hitman bagged a hat-trick as Rovers snapped a run of three successive defeats with a 3-0 triumph at Whitton.
It was a success which put them back in the driving seat to secure a runners-up finish in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division.