The club recorded its highest position in non league football finishing in fifth position of the Southern League Premier Division, unfortunitly loosing in the play off final.


For some unknown reason the next Twenty years of records of the clubs progress have been lost leaving a large hole in the history of the club. Any information to cover these years would be welcome


Guy Loveday becomes manager for the next six years following the reformation of the club.


The club finish in a very creditable mid table position in the Premier division of the southern league as well as winning the Southern League Cup and the Hunts Senior Cup.


Terry Reedman becomes first team manager after stepping up from the reserves, and oversees the transition from the Eastern Counties league back to the UCL.


We introduce an Academy / Apprenticeship scheme under the guidance of Iain Parr head of youth development. 

St Neots Town Saints / Youth become associated with the club. U21s joint the UCL league.



Local Business man Mike Kearns purchased the total share holding to become the  Owner / Chairman of the club.

Saints sign Stefen Moore ex Aston Villa striker for a transfer fee of £10,000.


The club was managed by former West Ham United and Northern Ireland International Steve Lomas, he remained at the helm for 18 months before taking the managers post at St Johnstone in Scotland.


 In 1994 after a spell of six years absence from senior football they were readmitted to the UCL.


Out of football for just two seasons the Club was reformed in Junior football in the Hunts League with a pitch at Priory Park, St Neots rented from the District Council.

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