St Neots Town in need of victories as they aim to salvage their season while St Ives Town face promotion test

St Neots Town player Adam Tann battles for the ball during their 1-0 home defeat against King's Lynn

St Neots Town player Adam Tann battles for the ball during their 1-0 home defeat against King's Lynn last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE - Credit: Archant

St Neots Town are out to begin the process of salvaging their Southern League Premier Division season tonight.

David Batch’s men travel to Chesham as they attempt to end a run of eight matches without a win, which has been extended by back-to-back defeats in their most recent games.

They have fallen 10 points off the play-off spots and boss Batch admits they need to build momentum and fast to have a chance of climbing into promotion contention for their current 15th position.

Batch said: “The season hasn’t gone to plan and a lot of things have gone against us, but we need to do something about it to turn it around.

“We’ve got to get some momentum going and the way to do that is by winning football matches.


You may also want to watch:


“It’s been a while since we picked up three points and hopefully that can change in this game.”

St Neots’ injury situation is finally improving with striker Drew Roberts now the only notable absentee due to a thigh problem.

Most Read

But Batch has been forced to abandon the planned signing of a new frontman after the playing picked up a hamstring injury last Saturday when playing for his current club.

St Ives Town face a big promotion battle tonight in Division One (Central).

The sixth-placed Saints travel to second-placed AFC Rushden & Diamonds although the match must survive a 2.30pm pitch inspection.

Another game has fallen victim to the wet weather. Eynesbury Rovers’ tie against AFC Kempston Rovers in the United Counties League KO Cup has been postponed for a second time due to a waterlogged pitch at Hall Road.

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