Young’s fresh empire takes shape
Premier Division St Neots Town 1 Deeping Rangers 1 STEVE Young s rebuilding job at St Neots took another boost as his side earned a creditable draw against title-chasing Deeping. And the Rowley Park club will need to continue their good form on Saturday w
St Neots Town 1
Deeping Rangers 1
STEVE Young's rebuilding job at St Neots took another boost as his side earned a creditable draw against title-chasing Deeping.
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And the Rowley Park club will need to continue their good form on Saturday when Ridgeons Premier Division side Lowestoft Town visit for a second-round FA Vase tie.
Scott Grant gave the home side the lead on 17 minutes with a bullet header from the edge of the box but David Cobb drilled in for the visitors after 36 minutes following a half-cleared corner.
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St Neots remained positive after the break and created some chances to clinch the victory but Sean Murray was denied by the woodwork.
A delighted Young said: "We defended excellently against one of the division's top sides and it was a fully deserved point.
"Lowestoft will be looking to win the Vase this season but if we can build on Saturday's performance and nick an early goal we'll have a chance.