Wednesday, 07 October 2015 16:48
  3G ASTRO SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE SKILLS CENTRE (Starts on 8th October 2015) Thursday evenings 6-7pm For 5-8 year olds. (of any ability) £4-00p per session. “This is a fun way to enjoy and learn basic football skills under the guidance of qualified coaches”   DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Thursday evenings 6-7pm For 9-13 year olds who wish to further develop under the guidance of qualified academy Staff £4-50p per session. "Footballers from the development centre will, if the ability dictate, be offered a place within the talent ID centre which is run in partnership with Stevenage FC.   GOALKEEPING COACHING Monday evenings 7-8pm For 7-16 year olds. £4-50p per session. “Tailored for goalkeepers of all abilities who wish to develop under the guidance of Academy coaches. Please email us to register your interest, alternatively we will see you on the night. Just turn up to one of our sessions. That makes it easy for you. Contact Information \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 11:56
Our young Saints play in the FA Youth Cup This Thursday. Fa Youth Cup St Neots Town U18s V AFC Dunstable  U18s The Premier Plus Stadium Thursday 8th October 2015 Kick off 7-45pm Admission Adults £3-00p Concessions £2-00p We look forward to seeing support our young guns. COYS
Thursday, 24 September 2015 13:39
  FA Youth Cup First Qualifying Round DESBOROUGH TOWN U18  1 - 2    ST NEOTS TOWN U18            St Neots progressed to the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup with a remarkable victory at Desborough.   It was almost a case of deja-vu when just 24 hours after the senior side in FA competition had seen their numbers reduced by a sending off early in the second half the dose was repeated when full back Jordan Heywood was dismissed one minute into the restart for allegedly kicking out at an opponent.  There was no score at that time and St Neots swiftly reorganised sacrificing a striker to bring on a defender before going on to clinch the result with two well taken second half goals.    For long periods the two sides looked evenly matched but for sheer courage and determination the visitors deserved their passage into the next round. Desborough began the brighter able to take full advantage of their pitch that approaches the maximum dimensions permitted. Connor Mulcahy had their first chance lobbing just wide over the advancing Evan Jeckells and then Jarred Gregory saw his shot deflected wide following a corner.   Charlie Lewis had St Neots first effort from distance that drifted just wide of goal but after 22 minutes St Neots seemed to be denied a penalty after an alleged handball on the goal line. Chris Lewis saw a shot blocked on the goal line with the home keeper out of position and just before the break another effort by Charlie Lewis was pushed over the crossbar. The early second half sending off saw the home side mount an offensive on the St Neots goal and Mulcahy saw his effort palmed over the bar and then a Jamie Porter beat Jeckells but rebounded from the crossbar.   Lewis Martin had an effort from 35 yards also pushed over the bar by the back peddling Jeckells but gradually St Neots began to come back into the game as skipper Isaac Clarke shot narrowly over the bar.   Then after 68 minutes Dan Lewis burst into the penalty area to be pulled down by Nathan White and a penalty kick was awarded that was confidently smashed into the roof of the net by Charlie Lewis.  Seven minutes later the same player freed Dan Lewis with a through ball and he rounded a defender to shoot.  His first effort was parried by home keeper Connor Scruton but he followed up to net and give his side a 2-0 lead.   As the ten men tired towards the end Desborough mounted a series of attacks and Jeckells made two important saves but was eventually beaten in injury time as Desborough substitute David Law claimed their late consolation goal. St Neots: Jeckells, Hutchings, Heywood, Nurettin, Harris (M), Rudman, Ofusu, Clarke, Lewis (Chris), Lewis (Charlie), Lewis (D) Subs: Harris (C) (for Lewis (Chris) 46 mins), Southwood (for Lewis (D) 84 mins), Bevan (for Clarke 84 mins) and Smith. Bookings: Heywood (RED – 46), Bevan (Y – 89) Goals (St Neots):  Lewis (Charlie) pen. (68 mins), Lewis (D) (75 mins) John Walker
Friday, 11 September 2015 13:22
  FA Youth Cup ST NEOTS TOWN U18   5 - 1    BUGBROOKE U18              St Neots UI18 side selected from the Club’s scholarship squad recorded St Neots’ best ever victory in the FA Youth Cup with a resounding 5-1 victory over their Northamptonshire visitors Bugbrooke.   The hero was Dan Lewis who recorded an impressive personal hat trick but this was no one man performance with all the side contributing to a balanced and powerful showing.   They were solid at the back, inventive and hard working in midfield and up front Lewis and his co-striker Claudio Ofusu tore the visiting defence apart with their pace and finishing.   They now move on to face further Northamptonshire opponents with a trip to Desborough in two weeks’ time.   The visitors made the better start with St Neots looking tentative and nervous in the opening fifteen minutes. For Bugbrooke Bradley Evans shot wide and home keeper Evan Jeckells did well to push away a stinging shot from Kieran Starmer.   Evans then shot wide but as St Neots settled the exciting Claudio Ofusu sent a speculative shot just beyond the far post.   Dan Lewis then went past advancing goalkeeper Harry Littlemore but the narrow angle saw his shot hit the side netting after 19 minutes but six minutes later his persistence was rewarded when he opened the scoring with a delightful chip over the goalkeeper after good work by Ofusu.   Jeckells saved well from Jack Creaney on the half hour but he was powerless four minutes later when Kieran Starmer levelled the scores with a fierce close range volley. However in the five minutes before the break St Neots took a decisive step towards their victory with two further goals.   After 40 minutes an inswinging corner by Owen Bevan was sliced past his own goalkeeper by Creaney and four minutes later Ofusu cleverly controlled a long ball into the penalty area to set up Lewis for his second goal. Bugbrooke made a positive start after the break but were pegged further back in St Neots first second half attack after 49 minutes as a lengthy clearance by goalkeeper Evan Jeckells bounced over the last defender and Ofusu used his pace to beat Littlemore to the ball to make it 4-1.   After 65 minutes Dan Lewis’ hat trick goal from a narrow angle after good play by Bevan gave the visitors a mountain to climb and they never looked capable of retrieving a four goal deficit.   They sent on all three permitted substitutes with little improvement and were guilty of some fairly physical tackling that earned them three yellow cards.    The nearest they got to reducing the arrears was a shot from distance by substitute Connor Steele comfortably gather by Jeckells whilst at the other end Liam Hutchings brought the save of the match from Littlemore at the expense of a corner 10 minutes from time. Saints: Jeckells, Hutchings, Heywood, Clarke, Harris, Rudman, Humphrey, Nurettin, Lewis (D), Ofusu, Bevan Subs: Goodall (for Lewis 69 mins), Rayner (for Bevan 83 mins), Southwood (for Ofusu 85 mins), Gooderham and Theodoulou. Bookings: none Goals (St Neots):  Lewis 3 (25, 44 & 65 mins), Ofusu (49 mins), OG (40 mins) John Walker
Friday, 28 August 2015 15:42
Thurlow Nunn Youth Cambridge Division   ST NEOTS TOWN U18      2           HISTON U18       2   With their first two scheduled league matches in the newly created Cambridge Division either abandoned or postponed St Neots U18’s got their season under way with an entertaining 2-2 draw with visitors Histon. It was the first meeting of these two sides at this level and Histon who had been beaten in their first match looked a lively and well organised side – especially in the first half. St Neots, formed almost exclusively from the Club’s academy, showed a lack of experience but became stronger as the match wore on with several of their number also featuring in the Saints side in the UCL Division One.     Histon looked the better side in the first 45 minutes but with the pattern of play being open and end to end both sides created chances. It was from one of those early chances after Histon had seen two efforts deflected that St Neots took the lead with a well taken goal. George Goodall won a corner as his well struck shot was deflected wide by a defender and following the corner Goodall was well placed on the edge of the penalty area to lash the ball home. St Neots keeper Evan Jeckells then did well to save a stinging volley from Norbert Zalejski but at the other wend Dan Lewis almost increased the lead with a volley gathered by Will Gilbert. However Histon were in the ascendancy and Oliver Haberham squandered two excellent chances to level the scores shooting wide of target when well placed. Then in a ninety seconds spell in the five minutes before the break Histon capitalised on their possession scoring twice. After 40 minutes Jeckells dived full length to parry a Haberham shot but the ball fell kindly for Zalejski to open the visitors account and in their next attack Histon took the lead as Matt Allen netted after Jeckells had touch a shot onto the cross bar. The first half drama continued as Jordan Stewart was judged to have fouled Zalejski but from the resultant penalty award Haberham sent his kick high over the bar.   The second half was less intense as St Neots settled to dominate possession.  With skipper Isaac Clark and Erhan Nurettin dominant in midfield they created chances but Charlie Luff saw his shot well saved by Gilbert who then produced a further series of good saves to deny Goodall and Ofusu. The save of the match came on the hour – a reflex clawing save to deny Dan Lewis and then Goodall was wasteful firing wide when well placed. However justice was served two minutes from time when the speedy Claudio Ofusu broke clear of the defence to earn a point for his side with a clinical finish.   St Neots: Jeckells, Hutchins, Stewart, Nurettin, Humphrey, Rudman, Goodall, Clarke, Ofusu, Lewis, Bevan   Subs used:  Rayner, Luff, Southwood, Theodoroo and Fisher.   Cards:  Stewart (Y – 43), Ofusu (Y – 45)   Goals (St Neots):  Gooderham (10 mins), Ofusu (88 mins)     John Walker
Monday, 24 August 2015 14:41
  St Neots Town FC are extremely pleased to announce that they have recently secured a working partnership with Mick George Ltd and as such the ‘Academy’ will be named ‘The Mick George Academy’.  Lee Kearns, Managing Director at St Neots Town FC said: "These are exciting times and to be working so closely with Mick George Ltd is a feather in our cap.  Our ‘Academy and Scholarship’ programmes are both really starting to blossom under the guidance of Iain Parr and Andy Davis and to have a prestigious brand such as Mick George Ltd on board feels like a fantastic opportunity for all concerned. The ‘Academy’ is an integral part of the football clubs portfolio and to get this support, speaks volumes about what we are trying to achieve."The agreement will see the Mick George Ltd branding appear on all signage in and around the facilities at both the 3G Arena and entrance to Rowley Park. Kearns continued: ‘’The media exposure of a partnership of this stature can only be a plus point, and something that both parties are keen to exploit. And the funds received will be invaluable to the club in its ongoing quest to improve.’’Mick George Ltd. will also provide ongoing refuse solutions at all St. Neots Town amenities. Jon Stump, Finance Director of Mick George Ltd states: ‘’We continue to engage with our local communities through various channels. Sponsorship of sports clubs at grass roots and professional levels is something that we are becoming increasingly familiar and proud. We approach these partnerships with the genuine feeling that we can really make a difference with the attributes we bring to the table.‘’‘’This summer we embarked on our first academy sponsorship with Peterborough United, this has gone from strength to strength and adds an extra dimension to our previous activity. You only have to look around the corner at the youth players coming through at Cambridge United FC and Peterborough United FC to recognise that the journey starts at lower levels with teams comparable to St. Neots Town FC, and we welcome the opportunity to support that development process wherever feasible.’’
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 15:12
If you are interested in your child(ren) taking part in the 3 day Easter Half Term Football Course at Rowley Park (for Children aged 4-14), you can download the booking form from the link below:        St Neots Town Football Club Easter Half Term 3 Day Football Course                 Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th & Friday 10th 10.30am-3pm    £15 per day or £40 per child when booking for all 3 days Venue: St Neots Town FC, 3G Arena, Rowley Park, Kester Way, St Neots      What to expect on the course      Our aim is to provide an enjoyable football development environment that will help improve your child’s football skills including Dribbling, passing, shooting and much more. All children will be encourages to learn at their own pace, without pressure so as to ensure that we can maximize their enjoyment and development.       AM- Football Skills including specialist goal keeper coaching,       Lunch ( please bring your own packed lunch)       PM- 5 aside World Cup Tournament   Please bring    Shin pads Football kit including astro footwear or trainersFood & Drink This is an outside course so please ensure your child is dressed appropriately hats, gloves etc   All coaches have a DBS certificate (CRB), First aider Certificate and Safeguarding Children Certificate and are at least ‘’FA Level 2 - UEFA A’’ license holders.     Attention all Goal Keepers !!!St Neots Town 1st Team GK Coach, Darren Plowman, will be holding a specialist Goal Keeper coaching day on Thursday 9th April.   “The GK day will be a mixture of technical work and fun GK games, being coached by myself and Alex Archer. The main emphasis will be on shot stopping, everybody’s favorite topic and we’ll be breaking it down into the smaller technical points. We will also work on the basics of handling and footwork, the main fundamentals of goalkeeping as well as distribution, the ever more important role of a goalkeeper who is no longer “ apart from the team but a part of the team “   Regards Daz Plowman St Neots Town Football Club, Head of Goalkeeping     
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