We are extremely honoured to announce that the terrace behind the goal at the northern end of the stadium has been renamed the Graham Izzard Stand, In memory of Graham, husband of Club Vice President and Fixtures Secretary Marian Izzard.

This touching tribute, to a lovely man who is greatly missed by all who knew him, was arranged by his family and a short ceremony was held prior to our home game with Weymouth on Saturday 14th October.

Southern League Premier Division     

CHESHAM UNITED      2        ST NEOTS TOWN        2      

St Neots returned from Chesham with another valuable point on the road but the reward from the outing could and should have been better.   Their fortunes at The Meadow have never been good with just one point from five previous visits but they played well enough to have broken their duck on this occasion.   After recovering from the shock of conceding an early own goal the visitors fought back to be level at the break before dominating the second period and leading 2-1 with countless goal scoring chances going begging but the concession of a late goal with just nine minutes remaining gave Chesham a share of the spoils.   Skipper Luke Knight returned to the side having completed his one match ban to replace Kyron Wiltshire who began his two matches disciplinary punishment so that meant a second consecutive match in the midfield holding role for Harry O’Malley.   However, defender Liam McDevitt returned as a late substitute following his six-match absence and with Taylor Parr missing for the next match this could be crucial.

St Neots began well enough with a Tom Meechan chip saved well and Scott Sinclair firing over the bar after good work by Johnny Herd.   However, after 12 minutes St Neots habit of conceding an early goal occurred again when the unfortunate Taylor Parr turned a cross from Oran Swales past his own keeper at the near post.   Then four minutes later he made suitable amends when at the other end he headed a Dylan Williams corner powerfully into the net to square the scores at 1-1.   The match then settled into a fairly tight battle with both sides playing some neat attacking football but the two defenses looked confident and secure with Mike Emery saving well from Scott McGleish in a counter attack.   Six minutes before the break another Parr header from a corner was beaten away by home keeper Hafed Al-Droubi but Emery was almost caught out two minutes later when a snap shot from former Saint Jhai Dillon sailed over his head but rebounded from the crossbar to be cleared.   Benji Crilley was then booked for hauling Dylan Williams down as he tried to find a way through the defence and the half ended with Lewis Toomey shooting wide of goal.

The second half saw a distinct change to the pattern of play.   St Neots keeper Emery became almost a spectator as his side began to dominate the attacking play.   The wily Williams was brought down on the edge of the Chesham area but Jack Bradshaw’s free kick was blocked by the defensive wall and then Al-Droubi produced a fine reflex save from Tom Meechan who had turned smartly in the box to create space.  The pressure continued with Luke Knight firing over the bar and Williams shooting narrowly wide after wriggling his way through the defence.  Chesham had their moments in sporadic breakaway attacks and in one of these Emery produced the save of the match beating away an effort from Zac Reynolds when he appeared to be going the wrong way.   Williams was proving to be the main threat to the home defence and when he was hauled down by Dhillon that earned a second booking for the home side.  With fourteen minutes remaining the pressure seemed to have paid off when a Williams effort was parried and Scott Sinclair followed up to net the loose ball to put St Neots in front.  However, this setback seemed to energize the home side and they produced a late second goal from substitute Shane Bush after a Dhillon cross found him unmarked at the far post.   It was a disappointing end to a good performance but Manager Matt Clements was philosophic choosing to praise the spirit and determination of his side against their improving hosts.  ‘A point away from home is always good’ he observed.

 

St Neots Town:  Emery, Bradshaw, Herd, Knight, Wood, Parr, Sembie-Ferris, O’Malley, Meechan, Williams (D), Sinclair

Subs:  McDevitt (for O’Malley 86 mins), Butler (for Sinclair 90 + 2 mins) and Williams (A).

Cards:  none

 

Goals:  Parr (16 mins), Sinclair (76 mins)

 

Chesham:  Al-Droubi, Crilley, Dhillon, Bevans, Murphy, Bates, Hutton, Reynolds, Toomey, McGleish, Swales

 

Subs:  Ahmed El-Sahib (for McGleish 61), Bush (for Hutton 77), Ward and Pepara

 

Cards:   Crilley (Y – 41 mins), Dhillon (Y – 71 mins), Bevans (Y – 90 + 3 mins)

 

Goals:   Parr OG (12 mins), Bush (81 mins)

 

Attendance: 192

Referee:  Stuart Kyle (Wembley)

 

 

John Walker

Southern League Premier Division     

ST NEOTS TOWN        1          WEYMOUTH      2

For the second successive Saturday St Neots found themselves two goals down with an hour played but unlike the previous week they were unable to come back to claim a share of the points.   Weymouth returned to Dorset happy to have taken full points on the road after surviving a torrid last half hour.   After conceding two rather sloppy goals St Neots rolled up their sleeves to deservedly get back into the match and they should have gone on to get at least a share of the points but failed to convert their superior possession into goals.   The match was marred by some over- officious refereeing that saw one player sent off and five others booked in a match devoid of a bad tackle.   With skipper Luke Knight sitting out his one match ban and Ryan Horne injured in midweek, Manager Matt Clements was forced into two team changes and he was able to bring back defender Tom Wood after his one match ban and named Harry O’Malley in midfield for his first league start of the season with the versatile Scott Sinclair moving into an attacking midfield role.   With Royston beating Frome, St Neots dropped one place to thirteenth in the table.

St Neots could not have had a worse start because after five minutes in the first real attack of the game they fell behind as Mark Cooper sped down the left flank to cross and when the ball was not cleared it fell to Brandon Goodship on the edge of the penalty area and he rapped a low shot beyond the reach of goalkeeper Mike Emery.   The home side responded well and nine minutes later a long throw from Johnny Herd was nodded down but not cleared and Scott Sinclair shot from a similar distance to the Weymouth goal only to see visiting keeper throw himself full length to paw the ball around a post.   With the better share of possession St Neots should have put the visiting defence under more pressure but their next two significant attempts around the half hour saw a Jack Bradshaw free kick sail over the bar and Tom Meechan beat the back peddling Mark Travers only to see the ball land on the roof of the net.   There was some anxiety as Mike Emery picked up a back pass to concede a free kick twelve yards from goal but the effort was deflected for a corner to the keepers’ relief.   A Dylan Williams free kick was blocked and acting skipper Taylor Parr picked up his fifth yellow card of the season in added first half time and will miss the trip to Farnborough next Saturday.

The second half began with a second defensive error as St Neots two central defenders were caught square as Goodship cleverly slipped the ball between them to lay on a simple finish for Harry Baker who made it 2-0 to the visitors.   This seemed to galvanize St Neots efforts as Herd flashed a shot inches wide and then Dion Sembie-Ferris saw his net-bound effort blocked by a defender.   Then after 64 minutes the best move of the match produced what was to prove only a consolation goal for St Neots.   A silky interchange of passes on the left between Sinclair and Williams ended with a cross to the far post where Johnny Herd arrived to put the ball into the bottom corner of the net.   Now St Neots looked energized and for much of the rest of the second half they dominated play and possession but lacked the finish that could have given then a reward they merited.   Little was seen of the visiting attack as Weymouth pulled players back leaving just one player up front.   Sembie-Ferris skillfully beat his marker to set up Meechan but he blazed over the bar and then Wiltshire wriggled through the packed defence but saw his shot blocked by Jake McCarthy.   With seven minutes left Sembie-Ferris was again the provider as Meechan’s header was palmed for a corner and with two Weymouth players booked in added time for time wasting it was clear that the opportunity to extend St Neots unbeaten run had been wasted.  Wiltshire was sent off for a second yellow card dissent offence four minutes into added time as St Neots’ frustrations showed through.

Claire Howes' Photo Gallery can be found here:  https://www.flickr.com/photos/claire_howes/albums/72157687876145624

St Neots Town:  Emery, Bradshaw, Herd, O’Malley, Wood, Parr, Sembie-Ferris, Wiltshire, Meechan, Sinclair, Williams (D)

Subs:  Butler, Williams (A), McDevitt, Nurettin and Rudman (none used)

Cards:  Wiltshire RED – (2 x Y 69 & 90+4 mins), Parr (Y – 45+2 mins), Wood (87 mins)

 

Goal:  Herd (64 mins)

 

Weymouth:  Travers, Brooks, Cooper, Wells, Buckley, Carmichael, Davis, McCarthy, Baker, Goodship, Tubbs

 

Subs:  Thompson (for Baker 61), Wakefield (for Tubbs 66), Down (for Buckley 73), Diaz and Prodomo

 

Cards:   Tubbs (Y – 39 mins), Brooks (Y – 90 mins), Goodship (Y – 90 mins)

 

Goals:   Goodship (5 mins), Baker (49 mins)

Attendance: 348

Referee:  Alistair Wilson (Boston)

 

 

John Walker

Southern League Premier Division

St Neots Town      2   Dunstable Town      2

 

Saints extended their unbeaten league run to five matches on Tuesday night, but were left regretting that they failed to capitalise on their dominance in possession for large parts of the match, which allowed the visitors to equalise with a late penalty to take a share of the points.

St Neots started well and created an early chance when Sembie-Ferris broke from his own half and raced half the length of the pitch but his cross towards Meechan was intercepted at the price of a corner by Sonuga.  Dunstable took an early lead after eleven minutes when a cross cum shot from the left by Osei-Bonsu deflected in off the head of TAYLOR PARR. 

Saints gradually took control of the match with some slick first time passing in midfield, and after long range efforts from Meechan and Knight flew over the bar, the visitors’ keeper was soon in action to save from a Parr header before watching a Bradhsaw free kick deflect just wide of his post for a corner. 

St Neots drew level after twenty five minutes when Sembie-Ferris beat his marker on the half way line and once again his pace took him clear of the defence before he crossed for TOM MEECHAN to score.  Saints continued to dominate possession but failed to create any good chances, and whilst the visitors were quick to counter attack by playing long balls out from the back the central defensive partnership of Parr and Bradshaw comfortably dealt with any threat.  On the stroke of half time a Jack Bradhsaw free kick struck both posts but did not cross the line.

The second half began much as the first had ended, with Saints in control but failing to create many clear-cut chances.  Dunstable had struggled to cope with the pace of Sembie-Ferris for most of the match and he almost created another chance on fifty five minutes but after beating two men he could not get his shot away.  Meechan then went close with an overhead kick after Bradshaw had flicked on a Herd throw in, but it was once again the pace of Sembie-Ferris that created the Saints second goal after sixty five minutes, who latched on to a ball from Wiltshire and beat his marker before crossing for DYLAN WILLIAMS to slot the ball home.  Knight then almost added a third from 20 yards a minute later but his shot flew just wide.

The final third of the game was a little scrappy, with the game broken up by numerous free kicks being awarded, and this suited the visitors, who equalised in the seventy ninth minute from the penalty spot after the referee adjudged that substitute Ogden had been fouled less than a minute after coming on when challenging for a loose ball in the box, and AREL AMU fired in the spot kick.  Despite pushing forward in the final ten minutes Saints were unable to test keeper Harker and had to settle for a draw, which probably felt like two points dropped, rather than one point gained.

 

St Neots:             Emery, Sinclair, Herd, Knight, Bradshaw, Parr, Sembie-Ferris, Wiltshire, Meechan, Horne, Williams  

Subs:                     O’Malley (for Horne 16), Bridges, Davison

Scorers:                Meechan (25), Williams (65)

Cautions:             Wiltshire (37), O;Malley (76), Williams (88), Bradshaw (90)

 

Dunstable:          Harker, Kioso, Okito, Barnett, Sonuga, Betts, Young, Osei-Bonsu, Amu, Silva, Collins 

Subs:                   Makuendi(for Silva 61), Ladipo (for Barnett 40), Ogden (for Young 78), Odusoga, Chidiyausiku

Scorers:               Parr (OG) (11), Amu (79)

Cautions:            Kioso (38), Young (59), Collins (74)

 

Referee:              L. Grimsey

Attendance:       180

 

Roger Walker

Southern League Premier Division     

FROME TOWN       2         ST NEOTS TOWN        2                   

St Neots recovered from being two goals behind on the hour, to produce a spirited comeback to deservedly earn a share of the points from their long trip to Somerset.   Travelling without Manager Matt Clements, who was ill, they extended their unbeaten league run to four games and that no doubt contributed to an immediate improvement in the boss’s condition.  There was one enforced change to the previous league match starting eleven with the versatile Scott Sinclair slotting in seamlessly for the unavailable Jack Bradshaw at full back.   Sinclair able to perform almost anywhere was solid and energetic and is an invaluable asset to the squad.  Frome are just a point behind St Neots with a match in hand and they will be disappointed not to have taken full points but Matt Clements’ side are beginning to show that they have the character to knuckle down and recover even from a two goals deficit.

There was little to choose between the sides in what at times was a dour first half.  St Neots created the better chances and visiting keeper Mike Emery only had a couple of serious efforts to save whilst at the other end several players could have added their names to the scoresheet.   As early as the third minute Tom Meechan’s pace saw him get away from his marker to chase a Ryan Horne through ball but he was foiled by a bad bounce and the goalkeepers’ legs.   At the other end Darren Jeffries had a half chance but shot wide and then after 18 minutes the lively Dylan Williams crossed to find the unmarked Dion Sembie-Ferris but his first-time volley was saved by Kyle Phillips at full stretch.   Joe Raynes headed over the bar from a corner and after 27 minutes a trademark long throw from Johnny Herd was neatly flicked on by Taylor Parr to Meechan who brought the save of the match from Phillips.   Emery’s first test came eight minutes later when a mazy run through the visiting defence saw Jon Davies’ first effort blocked but the ball fell kindly for Jake Jackson who forced the keeper into a close-range stop.   The same player headed wide as Frome increased their attacking tempo just before the break and with just two minutes left before half time they took the lead as the tricky Davies went past his marker to deliver a cross to the far post when Ollie Knight was left unmarked to loop a header over the back-peddling Emery who will have been disappointed by his positioning.

After the break St Neots skipper Luke Knight picked up his fifth yellow card of the season meaning an automatic one match ban for a fairly innocuous challenge in which he appeared to win the ball fairly.  St Neots should then have levelled the scores when from a long cross by Parr, Meechan unselfishly headed the ball across goal to the unmarked Sembie-Ferris who headed over the bar when a goal looked certain.   Two minutes later St Neots paid the penalty for their failure to capitalize when Davies sent in an out swinging corner and Joe Raynes arrived in the area to head past Emery.   St Neots now had to regroup and find an appropriate response and after Meechan had turned in the area to find the side netting they began to look more positive and on the hour Kyron Wiltshire drifted past his marker on the right to cross to the near post when Meechan was heavily brought down and the Referee awarded a penalty neatly tucked away by Dylan Williams.   Now St Neots looked dominant and after Phillips had pushed a Williams effort for a corner a long ball forward by Tom Wood left the home defence in a tangle and Dion Sembie-Ferris was quick to take full advantage to level the scores.    Defenders Parr and Wood then had late chances from set pieces but the home defence held out for a point and a fair result to the contest.

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St Neots Town:  Emery, Sinclair, Herd, Knight (L), Wood, Parr, Sembie-Ferris, Wiltshire, Meechan, Horne, Williams (D)

Subs:  O’Malley, Bridges and Marsh-Brown (none used)

Cards:  Williams (Y – 39 mins), Knight (Y – 48), Meechan (Y – 77)

 

Goals: Williams - pen (59 mins), Sembie-Ferris (76 mins)

 

Frome Town:  Phillips, Miller (K). Withey, Griffiths, Miller (G), Hemmings, Davies, Raynes, Jackson, Jeffries, Knight (O)

 

Subs:  Bath (for Jeffries 78), Teale and Barnes

 

Cards:   Miller (K) (Y – 69 mins), Knight (O) (Y – 90 + 2)

 

Goals:   Knight (O) (43 mins), Raynes (54 mins)

Attendance: 251

Referee:  Sean Rothwell (Plymouth)

 

 

John Walker

Southern League BigFreeBet.com Challenge Cup     

AFC RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS       1         ST NEOTS TOWN        0                   

For the fourth time in their seven seasons in the Southern League St Neots exited the League Cup in the first round and for the second season in a row beaten by lower graded opponents.   A contributory factor was the decision – by now a common practice amongst Step Three sides – to give the chance for squad members to prove themselves.  In St Neots’ case Manager Matt Clements made no fewer than six changes from the team that had recorded three consecutive league victories and three of the six were making their Southern League debuts and that included player/coach David Bridges a former Cambridge United professional.   The newcomers along with Bridges were Ronayne Marsh-Brown, a defender, and full back Joran Lee plus Peterborough United loanee Josh Davidson, whilst Scott Sinclair returned to the side and Harry O’Malley made his first senior start.  Meantime four of the six rested players were on the bench with youth starlet Andre Williams.  Any suspicion that Matt Clements had overplayed his hand with the changes were dispelled in the first half when his side dominated play and created almost all the scoring opportunities.

An opportunistic lengthy shot from Dylan Williams that sailed wide in the opening minute set the scene for the visitors.   Skipper Luke Knight brought a full length save from home keeper Matt Finlay and then David Bridges set up Williams who narrow angled effort finished up in the side netting.  Scott Sinclair was very lively on the right flank having shot after 19 minutes deflected for a corner and a second just wide of goal and then Finlay made a fine save to deny Bridges who was also prominent for St Neots.   The match was turning out to be a feisty affair keeping Referee Paul Buck very busy and he booked Sinclair for a mistimed tackle after which he became the target for some rough treatment by home players.   A Bridges header was comfortably saved after good work by Sinclair and by half time St Neots had done everything but made their superior possession pay, except for a goal.

The battered Sinclair failed to appear after the break with Andre Williams on in his place for his first senior appearance of the season.   After former Saint Ben Farrell had shot badly wide in Rushden’s first minute attack after the restart, the game saw a significant moment as another former St Neots striker Chris Dillon broke free in front of goal only to be hauled down from behind by a mistimed tackle from Tom Wood.   Wood was sent off and a penalty kick awarded which home skipper Liam Dolman tucked away sending Mike Emery the wrong way.   Now short of recognized defenders St Neots were too easily pushed back onto the defensive by a resurgent home side that smelled victory.   St Neots effected their two further permitted changes and created chances on the break with the overlapping Jordan Lee hauled down on the edge of the area and Harry O’Malley seeing an acrobatic volley sail narrowly wide from a Jack Bradshaw corner.   However, most of the play was focused on the St Neots goal with Rushden skillfully exploiting their one-man advantage.   Callum Westwood and Darryl Smith both wasted chances to extend the lead and Emery made several excellent saves denying Fernando Bell-Toxtle and Dillon.  Eight minutes from time there was a flashpoint in the St Neots six-yard box as the teams awaited a corner and after consulting an Assistant the Referee sent off Ronayne Marsh Brown and booked Dillon leaving St Neots to survive the last few minutes with nine men.   Discipline could now be an ongoing problem with the red-carded players suspended from next Tuesday and three other players now just one booking away from suspension.

 

 

 

St Neots:  Emery, Bradshaw, Lee, Knight, Wood, Marsh-Brown, Sinclair, O’Malley, Davison, Bridges, Williams (D)

Subs:  Williams (A) (for Sinclair 46), Horne (for Williams (D) 54) Sembie-Ferris (for Davison 61), Parr and Herd.

Cards:  Wood (RED – 47 mins), Marsh-Brown (RED – 82 mins), Sinclair (Y – 33 mins), Knight (Y – 40 mins), Bridges (Y – 60 mins).

 

Goals: none

 

Rushden & D:  Finlay, Westwood, Ford, Brown, Dolman, Farrell, Henbury, Bell-Toxtle, Lorraine, Dillon, Smith

 

Subs:  Boateng (for Henbury 81 mins), Curtis, Heath, Shariff and Gyasi.

 

Cards:   Ford (Y – 43 mins), Dillon (Y – 82 mins), Westwood (Y – 90 +5 mins)

 

Goal:   Dolman – pen (82 mins)

Attendance: 225

Referee:  Paul Buck (Long Eaton)

 

 

John Walker

We are delighted to announce that RONAYNE MARSH-BROWN has this evening put pen to paper and signed for The Saints.

Ronayne is a 32 year old defender who plays either at left back or centre half. Marsh-Brown started his career as a school boy at Brentford, before being offered professional contracts at Gillingham and Reading. However, he decided instead to go to Holland and join RKC Wallwijk under Martin Jol. Following three years in Holland, Ronayne moved on to Bruges in Belgium before returning to the English Football League with Crawley. Spells at Macclesfield and MK Dons under Paul Ince then followed, before moving into non-league with Welling, Maidenhead, Harrow Borough, Lewes and winning the Ryman Premier League with Sutton United.

Ronayne then signed for Chalfont St Peter and more recently Bedford Town where he was also Assistant Manager until departing in early September.

Manager Matt Clements added this evening: "We are really pleased to add depth and quality to our squad with Ronayne, he brings great experience both on and off the pitch. He's impressed us in training and fits the type of character we want and that's very important".

Please join us in welcoming Ronayne to the Club and we hope his time with us is successful and enjoyable


More good news coming out of the camp this evening as it has been announced that coach DAVID BRIDGES has also signed Southern League forms and will be registered as a player from this coming weekend.

 

Southern League Premier Division     

TIVERTON TOWN       1         ST NEOTS TOWN        2                   

After their longest trip of the season St Neots returned from Devon with their third consecutive league victory – the first time this has been achieved since October 2014.  The three points lifted them into the top half of the league table – this for the first time since August last year.   ‘We are moving in the right direction but we will not get carried away’ said Manager Matt Clements after the match ‘but our objective is still a top half finish’.   The win came courtesy of two goals from the sides’ ‘action man’ Ryan Horne playing just behind striker Tom Meechan, and a solid under pressure performance by man-of-the-match goalkeeper Mike Emery who made several outstanding saves as league new boys Tiverton were forced to surrender their 100% home record after an impressive start at Step Three.   For only the second time this season Clements could name an unchanged starting line-up but there were changes on the bench with departing duo Lee Clarke and Mickie Hyem missing.

For the opening quarter of an hour Tiverton showed how well they have settled at the higher level.   Emery had to leave his line quickly to gather the ball at the feet of Jordan Rogers and then Jack Bradshaw covered behind the defence to head over his own cross bar from a Nick Hurst cross when his side looked exposed.   Then after 17 minutes the home side thought they had taken the lead.   An intuitive flick by Jamie Price brought an excellent save by Emery at the expense of a corner from which Ben Mammola forced home at the far post but the eagle-eyed Referee had spotted some pushing in the box and the effort was disallowed.   That seemed to spur St Neots to a more determined approach and eight minutes later the perfectly delivered free kick from Dylan Williams found Ryan Horne well outside the penalty area and he picked out the top corner of the net for the opening goal.  Tiverton continued to press with Michael Landricombe testing Emery with a well-placed header whilst at the other end Tom Meechan unselfishly set up Dion Sembie-Ferris whose shot rebounded from the goalkeeper’s legs.  St Neots concluded the first half with a very significant move and goal as Jack Bradshaw surged down the right to cross for Ryan Horne to make a perfect unmarked run into the area to score his and his sides’ second goal.

Tiverton had the best opening after the break when Price was left unmarked from a Hurst free kick but Emery parried his header with a flying save and then St Neots should have extended their lead after 56 minutes when the best move of the match saw Horne and Meechan split the home defence to set up Dylan Williams but he scuffed his shot wide.  The home sides’ determination to get back into the game was clearly displayed as they introduced all three permitted substitutes with more than half an hour remaining.   Their more attacking approach paid immediate dividends when after 68 minutes a free kick was cleverly dummied by substitute Tom Bath to leave Levi Landricombe clear on goal between the two central defenders and he gave Emery no chance with a well-placed shot.   St Neots responded with Dylan Williams setting up Tom Meechan but he mis-hit his shot and Martin Rice saved comfortably.   However, St Neots were now under almost constant pressure with Tiverton out to find an equalizing goal and Emery had to save well from substitutes Bath and Scott Rogers.    Towards the end it was St Neots who looked the more dangerous on the break and both Williams and Luke Knight saw efforts saved by Rice.

 

St Neots Town:  Emery, Bradshaw, Herd, Knight, Wood, Parr, Sembie-Ferris, Wiltshire, Meechan, Horne, Williams (D)

Subs:  Davison (for Sembie-Ferris 75), O’Malley (for Williams 82) and Williams (A).

Cards:  Parr (Y – 32 mins) Sembie-Ferris (Y – 78), Horne (Y – 87)

 

Goals: Horne 2 (25 & 41 mins)

 

Tiverton Town:  Rice, Hurst, Gregory, Price, Mammola, Gardner, Short, Knowles, Rogers (J), Landricombe (L), Landricombe (M)

 

Subs:  Howe (for Rogers (J) 59), Bath (for Short 59), Rogers (R) for Gardner 59), Horton and Rogers (G)

 

Cards:   Price (Y – 22 mins), Rogers (R) (Y – 85)

 

Goal:   Landricombe (L) (68 mins)

Attendance: 229

Referee:  Martin Underhay (Weymouth)

 

 

John Walker

Michael Hyem has this evening signed for former club Godmanchester Rovers in a one month loan deal.

Manager Matt Clements commented: "It has been agreed that Mike Hyem will go out for a month on loan to Godmanchester Rovers FC. Mike needs to play matches and within the last few weeks this hasn’t happened. We support Mike 100% and we both therefore agreed this is the best situation for him at this current time, to help him get fitter and sharper."   

We all hope Michael benefits from this loan deal and gains the game time he deserves and wish him all the best for his time away.

At the same time, we have taken young striker JOSH DAVISON on a one month loan from Skybet League One side Peterborough United. Josh will join up with the rest of the squad fro tomorrow's trip to Devon as we take on Tiverton Town.

It has been agreed by a mutual and respectful decision that Lee Clarke has today left the club. 

This is due to nothing more than the fact that Lee needs to play regular football and get more minutes on the pitch, something which can't be promised at this moment in time. 

Manager Matt Clements added: " I would personally like to thank Lee for his class, experience, attitude and efforts in my time here. The word legend is banded around far to easily at times, but in this case, he definitely is a St Neots Town FC legend and the door will always be open at this club for him." 


Please join us in thanking Lee and wishing him well for his future in and out of the game

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