Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:59
James Hall contacted Director of Football, Iain Parr, at the end of December and expressed the view that, taking into consideration the Club's currently lowly league position, he no longer wanted to play for St Neots Town Football Club. After speaking with First Team Manager, Matt Clements, the decision was made to move Hall on, however, with offers from two clubs being turned down by Hall, Matt has decided to terminate his contract immediately and use the freed up funds to bring in players who are fully committed to St Neots Town Football Club.
Friday, 13 January 2017 16:55
We are pleased to announce the double signing today of Saul Williams and Jacob Partridge. Saul Williams (pictured top), a 22 year old Forward, joins us from fellow Evostik League Southern Premier Division club Dunstable Town. Saul numbers Arlesey Town, Kettering Town, Hitchin Town, Hayes & Yeading United, Paulton Rovers (loan), Oxford City, Bishops Cleeve, Forest Green Rovers, Tottenham Hotspur as his previous clubs. Also joining us is 18 year old defender Jacob Partridge (pictured bottom) from Colchester United, for whom he captained at Under 18 level and regularly featured for the Under 23. Prior to his time at Colchester, Jacob spent eight years at Ipswich Town between the ages of 8-16. Please join us in welcoming both lads to The Saints and we wish them both every success with us here at The Premier Plus Stadium.
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 20:35
  We are pleased to announce the loan signing of 22 year old Bradley Fortnam-Tomlinson, who joins us for a month, from Tonbridge Angels of the Ryman Premier Division. Bradley is a pacy, right footed centre forward / winger who began his career at Leicester City. He then moved on to Sheffield Wednesday, St Johnstone, Hereford United, Grays Athletic, Ilkeston Town, Bishops Stortford and then to Tonbridge Angels in the summer of 2016.Please join us in welcoming Bradley to The Saints and wishing him well during his loan spell with us.  
Monday, 09 January 2017 19:22
The Club can this evening confirm that Dan Hobbs has left the Saints to join Soham Town Rangers in a permanent deal Dan recently returned to ourselves after a successful loan spell in which he gained regular football and was scoring goals, to be included in our least three first team squads and start the last two games against Dunstable and Weymouth. We would like to wish Dan the very best of luck with his move to Soham and indeed, for the rest of his career in the game as he is a smashing lad and has served the Club well whenever called upon.
Thursday, 05 January 2017 22:43
We are pleased to be able to confirm that Harry Norman has this evening joined the Saints from Biggleswade Town. Right back Harry, joined the Waders from Histon earlier this season and will be available for selection this coming Saturday as his new team-mates face Weymouth FC at the Premier Plus Stadium. Please join us in welcoming Harry to the Saints and wishing him the very best of luck in his time with us. Also rejoining us this Saturday will be Centre Half James Goode, who was unavailable for our trip to Dunstable Town recently after being recalled by Peterborough United for their trip to Scunthorpe United
Saturday, 31 December 2016 12:24
The Club can today confirm that both Sam Mulready and Dan Gleeson have been released. We would like to thank both Sam and Dan for their efforts during their time with us and wish them both well for their respective futures.
Friday, 30 December 2016 15:07
  We are pleased to announce  that we have appointed Matt Clements as the new First Team Manager.   Matt, who's recent history includes managing Godmanchester Rovers and as assistant Manager at Histon, comes to us highly recommended.  Matt's remit will be to help us remain at Step 3 and then to put into place a blue print that will enable him and the club to compete and then look beyond step 3 football over the next few seasons.   Iain Parr - Director of Football   " Once again we have been fortunate to have been inundated with CV's regarding the position. That said, we decided that we would approach Matt, who we had spoken to in January 2016, as we feel his understanding of the club's infrastructure and his ambition would be a good fit. Matt is regarded technically as a very bright Manager, great coach and man manager and with the right club has the potential to excel at step 3 and beyond"   Please join us in welcoming Matt to St Neots Town Football Club and we wish him the very best of luck in his new position as we look to pull away from the relegation zone.  
Friday, 30 December 2016 14:42
We are  pleased to announce that we have signed Jevani Brown from AFC Stamford, who he joined in July 2016. Jevani (pictured right during his time at AFC Stamford) is a quick midfielder / forward who shone in both games against us in the FA Cup games earlier in the season and lists the following as his previous clubs: Peterborough United, Barton Rovers, Arlesey Town, Wingate and Finchley, Kettering Town. During his time at the Posh, he was a regular starting figure for both the Youth and Reserve squads. Jevani trained with his new team mates last night and will be available for selection on Monday for the trip to Dunstable Town. Please join us in welcoming Jevani to the Saints and wish him a successful stay.   Also, James Hall has declared himself fit after training last night and will also join the squad for the trip to Dunstable Town.   Further player announcement will be made over the coming days so please keep an eye on the website / social media for further details                                            
Thursday, 20 October 2016 18:22
A must win game for the Saints after a poor run of form. Andy gives a rundown of the last few weeks. Video: SNTTV - SNTFC 3 - 1 Cinderford
Sunday, 09 October 2016 11:51
  Southern League Premier Division   BASINGSTOKE TOWN      1       ST NEOTS TOWN      0         After two excellent performances and winning results in a Cup match and a friendly it was back to earth with a bump in a league fixture for St Neots.   It was their second single goal away defeat in their last two Saturday league fixtures – both matches which could have been won had they been more positive in front of goal.   The match featured two fairly young and inexperienced sides that looked to be hoping to find some inspiration and on the day the result could have gone either way.   Basingstoke shaded the first half but after the break a more positive and determined visiting side dominated much of the possession and could have returned home with at least a share of the points but it was not to be.   With injuries and suspensions eating in to the squad St Neots paraded Sam Piesse at full back for his Southern League debut and after the break they welcomed back striker James Hall after suspension and gave a first Senior outing from the substitutes bench for Andre Williams currently starring in the U18 side.   But it was all in vain as Basingstoke, relegated from the Conference at the end of last season, stole all three points with a soft first half goal.  ‘We must learn to start from the first whistle not after we have handed the initiative to our opponents’ commented Manager Andy Davies.   There were few early chances at either end but St Neots could have taken the lead after 14 minutes when from a well-judged Ryan Hawkins cross Sam Mulready swiveled to volley goal wards but home keeper Alex Tokarczyk stretched to turn the ball around for a corner.  That proved to be the closest St Neots was to come to a first half goal although nine minutes later Ryan Hawkins looked to be pulled down in the area but the Referee waved play on.  The home side meantime had an effort by Sam Deadfield well saved by Alex Archer and he also did well to be in position to field an effort by substitute Aaron Jarvis after Ashleigh Artwell had gone off injured.   After 34 minutes Basingstoke won one of a string of corners and when the cross from Deadfield was only partly cleared Romone Rose hit a low shot through a crowd of players that caught Alex Archer unsighted as it passed under his desperate dive.  That spurred the home side who finished the first half strongly with Jarvis heading with from a Rose cross when he should have doubled the lead and Deadfield scuffing his shot wide after superb approach play by Nana Owusu.   From the restart with James Hall on in replacement of Sam Mulready St Neots looked a different side.  Hall was immediately in action drifting to the right to set up Hawkins whose low cross was hacked off the line by Joe Gater.  The same St Neots player then went passed two defenders only to see his shot deflect off a defender to land on top of the cross bar with the keeper beaten.   At the other end Gater headed wide from a Richie Whittingham cross but St Neots were dictating the pattern of play with Micky Hyem firing just wide after good work by Peter Clark.  Robert Atkinson then cleared a Hall effort off the line with Tom Spark instrumental in the build-up and in a bid to add to their attacking options St Neots sent on Andre Williams for Hawkins.   Tom Ward headed over from a Declan Rogers corner and the closest to an equalizer arrived courtesy of a Williams low shot blocked on the line by Atkinson.  Towards the final whistle St Neots pounded the home defence which stood firm and there was a late disappointment for St Neots when Miles Smith was helped off injured after a bad tackle by Jarvis that earned the home player a booking.   Now there is a week’s gap to the next match with Tuesday’s scheduled fixture with Chesham postponed because of a delayed League Cup fixture taking precedence.   St Neots:  Archer, Smith, Piesse, Hyem, Ward (T), Wood, Hawkins, Clark, Mulready, Rogers, Spark Subs:  James Hall (for Mulready 46 mins),Williams (for Hawkins 67 mins),McGeorge (for Smith 45+3 mins), Hobbs and Nurettin Cards:  Ward (Y – 57) Goals:  none   Basingstoke:  Tokarczyk, Johnson, Atkinson (R), Owusu, Gater, Ray, Deadfield, Bennett, Rose, Artwell, Whittingham Subs:  Jarvis (for Artwell 33 mins), Atkinson (M) (for Whittingham 72 mins), Hallahan (for Rose 84 mins) and Greene. Cards:  Rose (Y – 31), Jarvis (Y – 88) Goals:  Rose (34)   Attendance: 396 Referee: Neal Templey (Witney)   John Walker          
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