Thursday, 27 September 2018 11:08
Cox’s at the The Lighthouse is run by the award winning Mick Cox. In his previous shop, he has won many awards and has been voted in the top 10 best fish and chip shops in the country. Mick and his team serve amazing fish which is sustainably sourced and all of his products are of the highest quality, they cater for vegetarians and serve many gluten free products. They can cater for big functions, quiz nights etc Telephone  01480  216599   for further details etc    Opening times are as follows: Monday                  4.30 - 9.00pm Tuesday                 4.30 - 9.00pm Wednesday            Noon – 2.00pm and 4.30 – 9.00pm Thursday                Noon - 2.00pm and 4.30 – 9.00pm Friday                     Noon – 2.00pm and 4.30 – 9.00pm Saturday                Noon – 9.00pm   Cox’s at the Lighthouse can be found approximately 50 yards from The Premier Plus Stadium, next to Tesco Express. Why not pop in there on the way home from the match, you won’t be disappointed....  
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 08:46
UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW Before returning to our FA Cup adventure on 6th October (Saturday week) we have a league engagement on Saturday when our near neighbours Hitchin Town are to be our visitors.   Our two sides have something in common this season – a less than successful league start to the season.   Last season after 46 league games our two sides were locked together in mid-table anonymity – Hitchin in 11th place and our lads just one below, separated by just two points.    Our goal difference was neutral – 79 goals scored and 79 conceded whilst Hitchin had scored 12 less than us but conceded 13 less giving them a goal difference of +1.   Over the period of six seasons at Step Three out two sides have met fourteen times – twelve in the league and two in the league cup and our visitors have the edge on us winning seven of those meetings with a further four drawn.    At present we are 15th in the league table with eight points from seven matches whist Hitchin are three points and five places below us.   However, it is early days and recent interest and priority for both sides has been centred on the FA Cup competition.   Whilst we were featuring last Saturday in that nail-biting odd goal in seven victory over Romulus, Hitchin were being held at home in a dour contest by lower graded Didcot.    The replay of that tie was on Tuesday evening in Oxfordshire and resulted in another very close encounter – the visitors running out victorious in a sudden-death penalty shoot out after a second consecutive draw.   So, with both out sides looking to regenerate their season with a lucrative FA Cup run (both clubs having picked up £15,000 so far in sponsorship prizes) it will be valuable league points that are on offer at the Premier Plus Stadium on Saturday. John Walker      
Thursday, 20 September 2018 14:01
We are very excited to announce this evening, the signing of RUSSELL SHORT. Russell (29), is an Centre Half / Centre Midfielder who brings with him a wealth of experience and quality and numbers Biggleswade Town, Hendon, Bury Town, Ipswich Town, Histon, Wivenhoe Town as his former clubs. Please join us in welcoming Russell to the Club and we hope his time with us is enjoyable and successful.
Sunday, 16 September 2018 12:58
ST NEOTS TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB – 50/50 MONTHLY CLUB THE 50/50 CLUB IS BEING INTRODUCED TO ASSIST IN THE RAISING OF FUNDS FOR THE CLUB AND TO GIVE SUPPORTERS OF THE CLUB THE CHANCE TO WIN SOME CASH The 50/50 Club is simplicity in itself to join and every participant gets the chance to win in the monthly draw. Members must be over 18 years to join and pay by standing order (Cheques are accepted for annual payment – no cash will be collected). All you need to do is decide HOW MANY NUMBERS YOU WANT, complete your details and the standing order form below and hand it back to a club official to get you entered. You will receive an email confirming your monthly numbers. The winning numbers will be posted on our website also on social media sites. The rules are simple: The entry tickets are £10 per month if paying by standing order (£120 per year by Cheque). 50% of each Months subscriptions will be put into a prize pot and 100% of that pot will be given as prize money in the following way. 1st Prize = 50% of prize pot 2nd Prize = 30% of prize pot 3rd Prize = 20% of prize pot Obviously, the more members the bigger the prizes and more money to the club to help us to continue to improve our services to you.   ANYONE CAN JOIN – FRIENDS, FAMILY AND WORK COLLEAGUES   To download and print off an application form / rules and regulations, click the link below and return to Gary Wilson at the Club or fill in electronically and return via email to \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Alternatively, application forms are available from behind the bar at the Club or by asking any Club Official.   Remember, You've got to be in it to win it    
Wednesday, 12 September 2018 09:33
The Club is very excited to announce that Grant Ager, Paul Dodson, Mick McCreanor and Steve Kester have agreed to represent St Neots Town FC in an official capacity as Club Ambassadors.   The responsibility of an ambassador is to act as a representative of the Club, to uphold the clubs values and beliefs, to liaise with the Community  and support Community driven initiatives, to support and  attend (where possible) social functions and  to promote and liaise with the St Neots Town Community vets as well as much else.   Barry Cavilla - St Neots Town FC Chairman said "It's really important that we remain focused on driving the club forward to ensure a strong and stable business model. These ambassadors are very much part of the clubs fabric, as such they are very much part of our future and will undoubtedly represent the club with passion, pride and honesty just as they did when they slipped on the playing shirt in the not too distant past. Welcome aboard Grant, Paul, Mick and Steve and thank you from all at the club for your ongoing commitment to St Neots Town FC"
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 09:40
UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW This Saturday sees us travel to Banbury United for our next Southern League fixture. The restructure of non-league football meant that the 2004-05 season was anticipated as keenly as any in the history of the club and Banbury United were equal to the challenge of Premier Division football – but only just. Winless after five games, they rose to ninth by the end of October but then struggled and by February had sunk to within one place of the relegation zone and spent two months there before a late improvement saw them to safety with a game to spare.   Five wins in the first eight games of the 2011-2 season took United to second place but as players left the cash-strapped club, tempted by better offers, an alarming slump followed. Winning only six of their next 31 matches, United fell into the relegation places on Easter Monday. Two wins in the last three games saw them to safety.   In 2013/14 Banbury finished 16th in the table nine points above the relegation zone.  Relegated the following season Banbury bounced straight back to the Premier Division via the play-offs.  Since then Banbury finished one place shy of the play-offs in 2016/17 and last season they were ninth.  This season they have started well and are fifth in the table – still unbeaten – with a match in hand of the four clubs ahead of them. Our record at Banbury is not good with just one victory and two draws in five visits.   The one victory came five seasons ago when Jay Davies scored the only goal of the game but last season we battled well to a 1-1 draw with Dylan Williams producing a second half equalizer after we had trailed at the break.   At home it is a different story with four victories in five matches.  Good news for Saints fans is that it is expected that former striker Nabil Shariff is expected to be in the starting line-up following his return from his short spell with Stratford Town John Walker      
Sunday, 09 September 2018 19:55
Please Welcome our new Assistant Manager – Jack Cassidy – To St Neots Town Football Club Manager MATT CLEMENTS has moved quickly to fill the vacant Assistant Manager’s post after yesterday’s announcement of MATT HANIVER’s departure to sunnier shores by appointing another highly regarded, hugely talented young man to fill the void in the form of JACK CASSIDY. JACK, An FA Level 1 and 2, FA Goalkeeping Level 2 and UEFA ‘B’ Licence Coach, joins us after a nine month spell as First Team Coach at Southern League Central Division Club Bedford Town. JACK is better known locally having spent a highly successful spell as Assistant Manager to Ricky Marheineke at St Ives Town, Having helped the Saints achieve promotion to STEP 3 Football under their stewardship. Prior to this, JACK had spells working at Histon FC and Scottish side Partick Thistle. Please join us in welcoming JACK to The Saints and we hope your time with us will be successful, enjoyable and an engaging time for you.
Saturday, 08 September 2018 19:51
On a day of celebrations for the Club, with the First Team winning in the FA Cup and the Reserves winning their first three points of the season, it's also tinged with sadness as we announce that Assistant Manager MATT HANIVER is to leave the club. In what he quite rightly described as an "opportunity of a lifetime and one which he just couldn't turn down", MATT will be jetting of to Saudi Arabia to take up the position of Lead Coach at the Juventus Academy. We would like to take this opportunity to wish Matty all the very best of luck in his new appointment and thank him for all his time and efforts spent with Matt Clements on the training ground, along with the now departed David Bridges, moulding this group of talented individuals into a very entertaining, competitive unit and in the dugout on a matchday and, of course Matt, you will always be made very, very welcome should you choose to come visit us in the future. Once A Saint, Always A Saint
Friday, 07 September 2018 19:05
UPCOMING MATCHES PREVIEW This weekend sees us on our long trip to the FA Cup Final at Wembley next May!! Yes, it is the First Round Qualifying of the FA Cup and for the fifth time in seven seasons since we have been at Step Three and have entered the competition at this stage, we have been favoured with a home tie.   Twice in those home ties we have won and twice drawn but on both of the replays away from home we were beaten.  Our last home defeat in the FA Cup here at the Premier Plus Stadium was four years ago in the Second Round Qualifying when we had drawn at Canvey Island but lost the replay.    Our visitors this Saturday are to be Bishops Stortford who are now playing in the Bostik (Isthmian League) having been moved sideways from the Southern League Premier Division in the latest FA reorganization. Stortford were here earlier this year (24th March) for a Southern League Premier Division match which was their only other visit for a competitive fixture.   That match finished 2-2 with our visitors taking the lead a minute before the break.   Nabil Shariff and Dylan Williams then scored to put us ahead at 2-1 but with four minutes left the visitors snatches a late equaliser to take a point home back down the M11.   The incentive to do well in this competition is unashamedly financial – maybe this will be the year we make up for all those disappointments.  The last time we tasted real success was our trip to the First Round Proper in 1966/67 so maybe we are overdue a good run.   Bishops Stortford on the other hand were the first ever club to lift both the FA Amateur Cup and the FA Trophy so their cup pedigree is assured.   Four years ago (2013/14) Stortford reached the First Round Proper losing to Northampton Town after four earlier victories in the competition. Both of our sides would dearly love a good National Cup run this season in the hope that it would boost a rather flagging start to the season.   Both our sides have played six league fixtures and only won one each - both having identical records - five points from six matches.     John Walker
Thursday, 30 August 2018 18:41
UPCOMING MATCHES PREVIEW Two more matches in quick succession for St Neots including a venue for a league match for the first time. On Saturday we travel to Halesowen in the West Midlands – a venue we visited five years ago on the 19th October 2013 for a first Qualifying Round tie in the FA Trophy.   That match resulted in a 3-1 victory for them with Jake Woolley, Dave Deeney and Ed Adjei on the scoresheet.   Halesowen like St Neots have had an indifferent start to the season, winning one and drawing one of their first four matches.   They have been members of the Evo Stik Northern Premier League finishing 19th last season five points clear of the relegation zone.   They join the Southern League Central Premier Division this season along with four other sides from that division.  (Stourbridge, Barwell, Coalville and Rushall Olympic).  They have a proud record in Cup competition having won the FA Vase twice in 1985 and 1986 and being runners-up in 1983, and in the FA Cup they have reached the first round Proper on no fewer than nine occasions.   Next Tuesday it is back to the Premier Plus Stadium for the first round of the Southern League Cup.   The visitors are to be Bedford Town from Step Four and the match is a repeat of the first round on the 2011/12 season – played at Bedford.   That was St Neots first season at Step Four in the Southern League and at that stage Bedford were then a Step Three club.   The Eagles won that encounter after we had taken the lead through Stefan Moore, but two late second half goals clinched it for Bedford after they had drawn level in the first half.   We then played Bedford in the league for two seasons in 2012/13 and 2013/14 prior to their relegation from the Premier Division.   The record of those matches reads one victory and one draw but two defeats for our lads, so we have some catching up to do.   Bedford had made a blistering start to the season with two victories in two outings with eight goals scored and none conceded but they did concede one goal in their 4-1 home FA Cup victory over Dereham Town and they lost their third league match away at Cambridge City.   John Walker        
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