Tuesday football: Meechan the man again for St Neots Town
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Summer signing Tom Meechan continued a fine start to his St Neots Town career by firing them to a first win of the Southern League Premier Division season last night.
Meechan grabbed the only goal as David Batch’s side edged out 10-man Leamington at the Premier Plus Stadium.
The former Godmanchester Rovers ace has now struck four times in two appearances for St Neots after hitting a debut hat-trick at the weekend.
Harry O’Malley chose the perfect time to notch his first goal for St Ives Town as they picked up a second successive Southern League Division One (Central) draw.
They shared four goals with newly-promoted AFC Rushden & Diamonds at ProEdge Westwood Road with O’Malley heading a late equaliser after being picked out by a Jack Higgs free kick.
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Higgs had earlier put St Ives ahead from the spot after loan ace Luis Vieira had been hacked down in the box.
There were defeats for both local teams in the United Counties League Premier Division.
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Eynesbury went down 2-1 to Yaxley at Hall Road in a match where all the goals arrived in a short second-half spell.
Rovers conceded twice in three minutes to St Ives-based Dan Cotton before Lee Bassett reduced their arrears three minutes later.
Jack Jefferson hit a spectacular goal as Huntingdon were thumped 7-2 at Deeping.
The 16 year-old, on a dual registration deal from St Ives, caught out home goalkeeper Danny Bircham from close to 40 yards.
Jordan Brockett was the other Town player to score while goalkeeper Carl Mackney saved a penalty.