Saturday, 18 November 2017 20:16
  UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW   No midweek match this week but on Saturday the Saints welcome Basingstoke Town to the Premier Plus Stadium for their next engagement in the Southern League.    It will be Basingstoke’s second visit to the Town having lost by the odd goal of three in their previous visit in February.   The Dragons as they are known were relegated from the former Conference Southern Division at the end of the 2015/16 season after twelve seasons at Step Two and struggled to establish themselves at the lower level last season finishing mid-table in twelfth position.  This season they have also failed to impress and are currently 16th in the table – three points and five places beneath their hosts.   However, they have had a very good record at home winning six of their nine League matches including a run of nine unbeaten home games in all competitions until last weekend when they lost to league leaders Kings Lynn.   Their record away is not so good with just one victory on the road in nine League trips and that came at the end of August when they thrashed luckless bottom of the table Gosport Brough by eight goals to nil.   Since then their solitary away point was earned at Kings Langley at the start of this month.   The seasons’ best for Basingstoke so far has come with two away victories over lower graded sides Fleet and Moneyfields that has put them in the third round of the BigFreeBet.com League Cup competition and a berth in the last sixteen.   The match at St Neots last year was memorable because Shane Hill making his debut for the home side scored his only goal in St Neots colours whilst their other goal came from Bradley Fortnum-Tomlinson and he only managed two goals in thirteen appearances for the Club.   This match is set to be the final one for striker Tom Meechan whose loan period comes to an end this weekend.       John Walker      
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 15:48
  UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW On Saturday, our scheduled away Southern League fixture is at Banbury United.   The Puritans have recently caught the headlines by becoming a supporters-owned Club and appointing a new Chairman.   They are currently eleventh in the league table, one place ahead of St Neots on goal difference but with two matches in hand. In midweek Banbury should have been involved in an FA Trophy replay when they were due to host Farnborough, but the majority of the visiting team failed to arrive because of a motorway closure and the match was abandoned.   That is now expected to be rescheduled next midweek postponing yet another Banbury league fixture. Banbury were promoted back to the Southern League in 2000 as Hellenic League Champions after a spell at Step Five of the National League System.   In the past few seasons they have struggled and in 2014/15 was relegated to the South and West Division but bounced back after just one season at Step Four.   They returned in impressive style last season finishing sixth in the table – just five points shy of a play-off place. They began the current season with a flourish topping the table for the first month, but since then their home record has let them down. They last won at home in the league on 26th August and they have won just two of eight league matches at home but have won six of eight away!   In the FA Cup Banbury defeated Tiverton Town and Thatcham Town before losing at home to Shildon in the Third Qualifying Round and in the League Cup, Banbury were beaten in a first-round tie on penalty kicks away at lower graded Didcot Town after a 2-2 draw. In eight league meetings with St Neots, Banbury have won three matches, drawn one and lost four but last season for the first time they competed a league double over St Neots winning 2-1 at Banbury and 4-1 at the Premier Plus Stadium where Jevani Brown scored our consolation goal.       John Walker  
Tuesday, 15 August 2017 10:28
  It's with great pleasure that St Neots Town FC can announce that St Neots Interiors will continue to be our first team shirt sponsor and GESS will continue to sponsor our 3G astro Iain Parr- Director "Having great business partners like St Neots Interior and GESS is really important to our football club and shows real commitment from two local companies in supporting what we do at St Neots Town FC. Stuart Currington and Martin Hicks are both very keen to work with us and insure that the funds made available continue to allow us to take the club into the community while at the same time support our own business portfolio interests. Massive thank you from all at St Neots Town FC and really look forward to working with two great companies"
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 18:04
We are very pleased to announce this evening the signing of full back Harry O'Malley. Harry, equally at home on either the right or left flank, numbers Histon (pictured right), St Ives Town and Saffron Walden Town, with whom he ended last season, amongst his former clubs.He was another member of the successful St Ives Town Playoff team which won promotion to the Premier Division at the end of the 15/16 season. Harry joins former team mates Luke Knight, Scott Sinclair, Danny Watson and Liam McDevitt as part of manager Matt Clements' new look squad. Please join us in welcoming Harry to The Saints and we wish him a long, successful and enjoyable stay.
Tuesday, 06 June 2017 21:46
We are very pleased to announce the signing of Liam McDevitt this evening. Centre Half Liam (pictured right), joins us from near neighbours St Ives Town, who he joined from Premier Division new boys Royston Town and he played a major part in The Ives' first Premier Division campaign, winning the Supporters Player Of The Year accolade at the end of season awards night . Manager Matt Clements added " We are absolutely delighted that Liam has chosen to sign for St Neots Town FC and his experience, character and of course, his defensive qualities, will make him a huge asset to the team". Please join us in welcoming Liam to the fold and we hope your time with us will be equally successful and enjoyable and we look forward to seeing you in action during Pre-Season and of course, our forthcoming Premier Division campaign.  
Sunday, 28 May 2017 11:37
We are very pleased to announce that left-back Johnny Herd has committed himself to the Saints for the forthcoming season. Johnny joined the Saints at the back end of last season from National League South side Bishops Stortford  and played an instrumental part in maintaining our Premier Division status. The squad re-building is taking shape nicely and Johnny joins old team mates Lee Clarke, Micky Hyem, Tom Wood who have already committed for next season and new arrivals Luke Knight, Scott Sinclair and Danny Watson. We look forward to welcoming Johnny and all the players back in around 30 days time for the start of Pre-Season and in the meantime, please keep watching for further news on additions to Matt Clements' new look squad.  
Sunday, 21 May 2017 13:23
We are excited to announce that manager Matt Clements has secured the services of three more experienced players for the coming campaign with Luke Knight, Scott Sinclair and Danny Watson all agreeing terms. The three lads join us from Evostik Southern League Division One Central side Barton Rovers, having narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier Division, suffering play-off final heartbreak against Farnborough FC. Centre Midfielder Luke Knight will of course be a familiar name to Saints fans, having been a regular in the First Team under Marvin Johnson back in our United Counties League days and the scorer of a memorable volley against Desborough Town from near the half way line. Luke began his career at Bedford Town, coming through the youth ranks before joining the Saints and subsequent management changes saw Luke move on to have successful spells with Slough Town, Biggleswade Town, St Ives Town, Bedford Town and most recently Barton Rovers. A talented, ball winning midfielder with an eye for goal, Luke will bring bags of experience. Scott Sinclair, a versatile player,  predominantly a winger, can play up top, in the middle of the park and even at right back, bringing Step 3 experience with him, having played for near neighbours St Ives Town for 3 years before leaving for Barton Rovers in early 2017, where he chipped in with three goals in ten appearances. Scott was part of St Ives Town’s promotion winning side which defeated AFC Rushden and Diamonds in the play-off final last May Bank Holiday.   Striker Danny Watson brings an eye for a goal to the Saints. He also numbers neighbours St Ives Town among his former clubs, along with Kempston Rovers, Leighton Town and of course, Barton Rovers, where he scored three times in ten appearances last season. Danny was capped at England Schoolboys level and scored whilst playing at Wembley.   Please join us in welcoming Luke, Scott and Danny to the Club and we hope their time with us will be enjoyable and ultimately, successful.
Sunday, 14 May 2017 15:34
  ST NEOTS TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB  -  END OF SEASON AWARDS EVENING   Around 120 guests sat down to a three-course dinner at the Premier Plus Stadium on Saturday evening to celebrate an overall successful season for the St Neots Town’s three senior sides. The First team had retained their status at Step Three of the National League system finishing 19th in the league – one place higher than last season.   Tributes were paid to Manager Matt Clements who had revitalised the squad after taking over at Christmas and his plans for next season were well under way with an Assistant Manager and Senior Coach already in place.    A full list of pre-season friendly matches was in place starting on 8th July including visits by Football League clubs Mansfield Town, Stevenage FC and Cambridge United.   (Full list available on Club website).   The newly constituted Reserve side under Manager Mark Gearing had played an inaugural season in Division Two of the South Midlands League finishing ninth with the second half of the season tailing off after a bright start.   The huge gap in standard between Senior and Reserve sides meant that player progression was difficult but the ongoing co-operation between Reserves and the U18 squad had been a great success with no fewer than 11 of the U18 squad playing Saturday football for the Reserves.   Special Awards for those who had assisted the Management team went to Marian Izzard, Craig Lambert, Daniel Dodson, Paul Dodson and Luke Bagnall   However, the real stars this season had been the U18 side who had lifted the Thurlow Nunn Cambridge Division League title for the first time in the club’s history and then added the County Cup trophy before going on to feature in the semi-finals of the League Champions play-off.   The squad were then formally presented with their League Winners medals.   MD Lee Kearns had decided to vary the traditional awards pattern beginning by paying a warm tribute to the Club’s Unsung Heroes.   He presented Awards to Daniel Dodson and Barry Oakley and floral tributes to Marian Izzard, Dianne Sales and Lauren Wilding.   He also thanked the Club’s Volunteers, Supporters, Sponsors and Business Partners without which none of the ongoing successes could be achieved.   The Awards were as follows:   Under 18 side Players’ Player of the Year:                Erhan Nurettin Managers Player of the Year:            Shae Humphrey Leading goal scorer:                          Ben Southwood   Reserve side Most Improved Player                       Reece Beavis Supporters Player of the Year:          Jake Smith Players’ Player of the Year:               Jake Smith Managers Player of the Year:           Kevin Ashby Leading goal scorer:                         Jake Smith   Club Coach Lee Clarke gave a witty run-down of the first team season at Step Three having returned to the side after recovering from injury and winning back a senior berth.   He is one of three players already committed to St Neots for next season.  Senior team Supporters Player of the Year:         Taylor Parr Players’ Player of the Year:              Jevani Brown Managers Player of the Year:          Jevani Brown Leading goal scorer:                        Jevani Brown   John Walker Club President 14th May 2017
Friday, 12 May 2017 20:36
Hot on the heels of Lee Clarke and Tom Wood agreeing terms for next season, we are very pleased to announce that fans' favourite and current skipper MICKY HYEM has committed himself to the Club for the forthcoming season. Having missed the very start of the season through injury, Micky came back into the team and amassed 40 starts during the season, with another 5 appearances from the substitutes bench, scoring ONE goal. Great news I'm sure you will all agree. Keep your eyes peeled for more news in the near future  
Friday, 12 May 2017 09:51
We are very pleased to announce that Matty Haniver joins the management team as Assistant Manager. Manager Matt Clements adds Matty to recent arrival David Bridges as he rebuilds the team around him ahead of the new campaign. Matty of course had a brief spell as a player here back in our UCL days so is no stranger to the club and joins us from AFC Sudbury. Please join us in welcoming him back to the fold and we hope his stay will be a long, enjoyable and successful one  
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