Thursday, 12 July 2018 19:01
  Welcome and thank you to our PETERBOROUGH UNITED Matchday Sponsors for their generosity and continued support:   MATCH SPONSORS:   GESS SCAFFOLDING SERVICES    We specialise in Commercial, Industrial and Domestic scaffolding and are able to advise, plan and design scaffolding solutions to meet your needs. We are dedicated to a timely completion of all projects large or small, long or short term and always go the extra mile to ensure client satisfaction. Our scaffolding specialists are committed to providing a 24 hour, 7 days a week service ensuring your project runs to schedule.Our head office is based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, with a dedicated team who are equipped to undertake multiple projects simultaneously.   tel:   01480 211 948              tel:   07703 828 326              \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     If you are interested in becoming a Matchday Sponsor for future matches here at the Premier Plus Stadium, please read our Sponsorship and Advertising packages brochure by clicking below or simply contact our Commercial Director, Gary Atyes, on 07542 844256 or email  \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 10 July 2018 15:31
Pre-Season Friendly St Neots Town   1  MK Dons  5 St Neots Town, of Step Seven of the national footballing pyramid, entertained League Two (Step four) MK Dons in a largely entertaining encounter at the Premier Plus Stadium and can be proud of their performance, particularly in the first half hour when the Saints’ attacking department really did pose their professional opponents back four some serious questions but  sadly couldn’t match the build up play with the same level of finishing. This was St Neots’ second of four prestige pre-season friendlies and their second game inside 36 hours following Saturday’s opener in the heat against Cambridge United and conversely, this was the first outing for our Buckinghamshire opponents as manager Paul Tisdale and assistant, one time Saints midfielder Matt Oakley, chose to give all of their First Team squad a run out, including new signing Robbie Simpson, who had arrived at the club at 4pm, by fielding completely different teams in each half. An golden early chance for Prince Mutswumbuma in front of goal went begging and three excellent crosses from the right flank from Dion Sembie-Ferris went unconverted as the Saint’s more than matched the Dons in the early period and the deadlock wasn’t broken until the 34th minute when Sam Nombe was found in space and was played in with a through pass. The linesman’s flag stayed down which allowed the striker to round the goalkeeper and finish into the empty net. The second goal arrived three minutes later when a free kick was taken short by striker Robbie Muirhead and laid off to Aidan Nesbit who dispatched a laser like low drive inside the near post, past the despairing efforts of home keeper Dan Swan and this sent the visitors back into the changing room with a healthy advantage. The Dons returned onto the green carpet with a completely different line up after the break and the Saints chose to make three changes of their own with keeper Swan replaced by fellow trialist Harry Reynolds, Harry O’Malley replacing the birthday boy James Peters and Matty Miles coming on for Prince Mutswumbuma and theSaints took advantage of their visitors reshuffling of the ranks after 50 minutes as Dion Sembie-Ferris got on the end of some neat inter-passing out wide on the left and struck a sweet shot which caught a slight deflection from a defender and looped over the top of Sietsma in the Dons’ goal to get his team firmly back into the game. Both teams continued to attack without adding to their tally and after 70 minutes, the tables were turned as the Dons took advantage of St Neots’ raft of substitutions which had taken place two minutes earlier as substitute Dylan Asonganyi was allowed to waltz through the centre of the pitch and unleash a spectacular drive from fully thirty yards into the top right hand corner of Reynolds’ goal to make the score 3-1. As in Saturday’s game versus Cambridge, fatigue was now taking its toll on the rapidly tiring St Neots boys and the visitors were awarded a penalty kick in the 86th minute after a hand ball by the returning to action James Peters and this was smashed home by Kieran Agard. The scoring was completed two minutes from time when another great strike, this time from George Williams, arrowed past Reynolds and into the near post net. Another good ninety minutes workout for the boys and now five days to prepare for  the upcoming visit of Peterborough United on Saturday   St Neots Town: Swan, Sinclair, Herd, Knight© Keeble, Parr, Mutswumbuma , Peters, Sembie-Ferris, Williams, Ofosu Substitutes used: Reynolds (GK), Shaw, Miles, Fulianty, O’Malley , Hudson, Alban, Williams (Tai) Goals: Sembie-Ferris (50)   MK Dons First-half : Nicholls; Brittain, Jackson, Walsh, Lewington (c); Cisse; Watson, Nesbitt; Pawlett; Muirhead, Nombe. MK Dons Second-half : Sietsma; Williams (c), Tapp, Moore-Taylor, Hancox; McGrandles; Kasumu (Simpson 77), Sole; D’Ath; Agard, Thomas-Asante (Asonganyi 63). Goals: Nombe (34), Nesbitt (37), Asonganyi (70), Agard (86 pen), Williams (88)   Officials: Josh Smith, Ashley List, Callum Walchester Attendance: 278 Mike Green      
Sunday, 08 July 2018 17:34
  Welcome and thank you to our MK DONS Matchday Sponsors for their generosity and continued support:   MATCH SPONSORS: St Neots Interiors    St Neots Interiors is an independent, family owned business with a showroom in Foundry Way, Eaton Socon. We aim to provide value and great customer service to both new and existing customers Telephone: 01480 477 220 email: \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 15 Foundry Way Eaton Socon St. Neots Cambridgeshire PE19 8TR.       If you are interested in becoming a Matchday Sponsor for future matches here at the Premier Plus Stadium, please read our Sponsorship and Advertising packages brochure by clicking below or simply contact our Commercial Director, Gary Atyes, on 07542 844256 or email \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Sunday, 08 July 2018 09:58
Pre-Season Friendly St Neots Town   1  Cambridge United   7 And so it all begins….. In searing heat and bright sunshine at the Premier Plus Stadium, both St Neots Town and Cambridge United began their pre season schedules in impressive manner. Depite the unflattering final scoreline, Saints manager Matt Clements can be both pleased with and excited about his sides performance, particularly in the first half, after giving their full time, football league opponents a real battle, before the combination of extreme heat and expected fatigue took it’s toll in the second period when the lads eventually run out of steam and the match petered out in the final stages into a rather one sided affair. United started brightly and an early high take from trialling keeper Harry Reynolds prevented Barry Corr from opening his account for the new season. At the other end, Claudio Ofosu, on his debut, broke down the right and whipped a lovely ball in, which Greg Taylor missed. Dylan Williams was lurking in the centre but just couldn’t get a decent connection on it and the chance was gone. The deadlock was broken after 13 minutes as Paul Lewis fired home for the visitors after a quickly taken free kick. The lead was nearly doubles after 19 minutes as Lambe’s shot was scrambled off the line by a Saints defender. It was almost a dream homecoming for Jevani Brown after 24 minutes as he was put through one on one however the offside flag was raised and his chance to score on his return to the club was snuffed out. After 27 minutes, Mitov, in the United  goal almost made a complete mess of his normally assured footwork and the lively Dion Sembie – Ferris stole possession away from the stopper but could only put the ball agonisingly wide. The lead was finally doubled in the 41st minute after good work from Lewis and Brown teed up Barry Corr for a simple finish past Reynolds. The Saints weren’t ready to roll over and in the 45th minute, deservedly got themselves back into the game when an exquisite ball from Sembie-Ferris split the home defence and set debutant JAMES PETERS away into the area and he lashed the ball past Mitov to half the arrears just before the half time whistle was blown. United chose to field a completely different squad for the second half while the Saints made four changes to their initial line up, including triallist keeper Dan Swan taking over between the sticks. Cambridge extended their lead in the 58th minute with a smart finish from Liam O’Neill and two minutes later St Neots were awarded a spot kick after Luke Knight was adjudged to have been dragged down in the box but the normally deadly DYLAN WILLIAMS stepped up to take the resultant penalty but, ironically, it was saved by young keeper Finlay Iron, who, made a string of fine performances for the Saints whilst here on loan last season. Iron then moved the ball quickly upfield and the U’s finished smartly via the boot of Ade Azeez after a great dink to the far post by Amoo. More changes were made by Clements and now the fresh legs of their opponents and changes in personnel and shape began to have a bearing of proceedings. Goal number five came after 66 minutes when Amoo chipped the ball up to Ade Azeez, who layed the ball off Brad Halliday who fired home into the corner of the net. A superb block from substitute Stevan Shaw denied Ibehre at the far post on 77 minutes and it was two late goals for the visitors that put the icing on the cake with George Maris scoring in the 90th and 92nd before Football League official Neil Hair brought an end to proceedings. In summary, the score line is relevant as it’s all about minutes under the belt for the players and Matt Clements and his management team can be very pleased with their charges’ first outing of pre season . Next up is a visit from Cambridge United’s fellow League two side MK Dons – kick off 7.45pm on Monday evening (9th July)   Claire Howes Photo Gallery Can Be Found Right Here >>>   St Neots Town: Reynolds, Miles, Herd, Knight© Keeble, Parr, O’Malley, Peters, Sembie-Ferris, Williams, Ofosu Substitutes used: Swan (GK), Shaw, Sinclair, Filianty, Mutswumbuma, Hudson, Alban Goals: Peters (45)   Cambridge United (First Half): Mitov, Carroll, Taylor, Corr, Deegan©, Lambe, Davies, Darling, Brown, Lewis, Osadebe Cambridge United (Second Half): Iron, Halliday, Taft, John, Amoo, O’Neill, Dunk, Iberhe, Azeez, Maris, Norville-Williams Unused Substitutes: Watkins, Knowles Foy Goals: Lewis (13), Corr (41), O’Neill (58), Azeez (62), Halliday (66), Maris (90)(92)   Officials: Neil Hair, Abi Marriott (ass), Ellis Mills (ass), Cliff Mills (4th Official) Attendance: 358   Mike Green      
Friday, 06 July 2018 09:41
Welcome and thank you to our Cambridge United Matchday Sponsors for their generosity:   MATCH SPONSORS: M&M Heating & Plumbing    Established for over a decade, M&M Heating & Plumbing provides the complete range of heating and plumbing services for your home and business. From the installation of a new heating system or a bespoke new bathroom to plumbing repairs and boiler services, you can rely on our team of highly professional and reliable staff to provide a quality service. Our sister company, M&M Building Services offers all the expertise you need to improve your home. Whether you are looking for a complete house extension, a new kitchen, or a range of improvements to your home, our team of fully qualified builders, carpenters and craftsmen will cater to all your building requirements efficiently and to an exceptional standard.   Why choose to work with us? ·         With a great reputation for our plumbing, heating and building services throughout Histon, Cambridge and surrounding area, we provide a reliable and professional service for home owners, landlords and businesses. ·         All our work is fully certificated for Landlords and Homeowners ensuring compliance with legislation. ·         We are fully insured and have suitable Public Liability insurance. ·         We regularly employ apprentices and offer work experience to students from the local community.     Office: 01223 691599 Mobile:07766 281 962 / 07832 261 791 Email:  \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 10 South Road, Impington Cambridge CB24 9PB   MATCHBALL SPONSORS: J.C. Homes Designs - Bathrooms, bedrooms and kitchens Since 1979 Colin Taylor has worked hard to build the reputation that J.C. Home Designs enjoys in Cambridge and surrounding counties.  We employ a high quality team of craftsman who work to meet the high standards to ensure that JC Home Designs reputation is maintained. We offer a competitive service which can be designed around each customer’s individual requirements.  Our Services With a professional approach to customer’s personal requirements and offering a range of services from a general repairs to a full design and built service to suit every individual specification. These include: fully fitted kitchens fully fitted bathrooms fully fitted bedrooms small works projects full building services To view some examples of projects we have recently completed, please visit our gallery. For a free, no obligation estimate, contact us today. Office: 01223 840042  Mobile: 07831 333 558  Email: 
Monday, 02 July 2018 22:43
We are very pleased to announce tonight that CLAUDIO OFOSU has rejoined the club for the forthcoming 2018/19 season. After a string of good performances for our under 18 squad, CLAUDIO, who was at the time on the St Neots Sports and Learning Partnership Scholarship Scheme, earned himself a contract at League Two Stevenage, where he has spent the last two years until his recent release. We are pleased that, like Dion Sembie - Ferris and Dylan Williams before him, he felt that St Neots Town FC was the place to come to continue his footballing career after leaving the full time game, testament to Matt Clements, his staff and the facilities we have on offer. Claudio had this to say tonight “ Happy to be back at the club that I basically grew up at. Really good club that helps develops players so it was always an easy one for me to come back to. God willing I can play my best football here." Please join us in welcoming Claudio home and we hope that this spell with the club will be enjoyable and successful.  
Tuesday, 26 June 2018 18:00
One player who won't be returning to pre-season training with the Saints is Centre Half Liam McDevitt, who has decided to move on. In relation to the story which broke on social media last night (Monday 25th June), we can confirm that Liam has decided not to return to the club for the forthcoming season and has opted to join HAYES and YEADING FC. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Liam for his efforts with us last season where he made a total of 38 starts, coming off the Substitutes bench on 1 occasion and scoring 2 goals as well as helping us to a respectable mid table finish and capturing the Huntingdonshire FA Senior Cup and we would like to wish him all the very best for the future. keep watching for further player news in the forthcoming weeks....
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 06:00
We are excited to announce that manager Matt Clements has secured the services of JAMES PETERS and JACK KEEBLE for the 2018/19 season. JAMES PETERS joins us from near neighbours Bedford Town. James joined the Eagles in the Summer of 2015, and quickly went on to establish himself at the heart of the defence and in January 2016 was awarded the captain’s armband. James won Supporters’ Player of the Season at the awards night at the end of last season and had firmly established himself as a fans’ favourite with the eagles’ faithful  with excellent performances, both in defence and midfield, during his time with them. He has previous experience with Stotfold, Langford, Biggleswade United, Barton Rovers and St Ives Town, and was manager Jon Taylor’s first signing for the 2016/17 season.   JACK KEEBLE (19 Years old) joins us from Grimsby Town. Hailing from Holbeach, the son of Striker Shaun Keeble, who Saints fans will remember well from back in our United Counties League days, as the scourge of many a defence.  Comfortable at both Centre Half and Right Back, Jack joins us after his release from the Mariners after being handed his first pro contract in April 2017, where he was described as being very quick and aggressive. Please join us in welcoming both lads to St Neots Town FC and we hope their time with us is both enjoyable and successful. Please keep watching for further player news in the coming weeks….  
Monday, 25 June 2018 19:44
Click on the link below to see our full Advertising and Sponsorship Packages for the forthcoming 2018/19 season. (pictured right)      
Thursday, 14 June 2018 19:15
We are very excited to announce that Acerbis will be the new Kit supplier for St Neots Town FC and join our growing list of Business Partners   Iain Parr - Director of Football, St Neots Town FC "We'd like to go on record and thank our previous supplier who have been great to work with over the last 6 years however we felt the time was right to freshen things up with a new business partnership that will see all the club's teams from U8's through to the first team move over to a new and very exciting kit supplier. Over the last three months we have spoken to many suppliers but I think it's fair to say that Acerbis have been very impressive both in the quality of their clothing apparel and the level of service and communication show by all the Acerbis team. We have tasked Acerbis to design and manufacture a bespoke playing shirt that would be a fitting tribute to the past and present and that would help us celebrate 10 years at New Rowley Park"   Wynn Connell - UK Manager, Acerbis "Acerbis are proud to announce a new partnership with St Neots Town Football Club. The Italian company, were founded in 1973 and added Sports to its portfolio more than ten years ago and are now a prominent brand across Europe. 2018 sees development of a new partnership with St Neots Town Football Club. St Neots Town Football Club is steeped in history, formed in 1879 the club has enjoyed many successful seasons over the years and this seasons new custom strip embraces the clubs historic past and its determination to invest in its future. St Neots have always been a family club and has good connections within the local community, this has made it an attractive partner for the family run Italian company of Acerbis. Founder Franco Acerbis has built his company on “Soul and Passion” in sport and has never underestimated the importance of sport, bringing people together and in turn building a stronger community. We are very happy to have this opportunity to work with St Neots Town Football Club on this new project. After my first meetings with the club it was clear to me that they were looking to invest in the future and that we needed to be a part of this new venture. Acerbis has a great sporting history in motorsports and more recently in football.   This partnership between ourselves and St Neots Town Football Club will mark the start of a chapter in our history.”          
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