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It's been a season to remember after all, says Godmanchester Rovers boss

CambridgeShire Live

07th May 2019

There been many ups and down but club end the season with two trophies.

It's been a season full of highs and lows, but manager Ollie Drake believes it will be one Godmanchester Rovers remember for all the right reasons.

From seeing their Eastern Counties Premier title challenge fade late on to being kicked out of the last 16 of the FA Vase for fielding an ineligible player, there’s been plenty of heartache along the way.

Read the Full Article by Tim Street @ Cambridgeshire Live

Pinchbeck pipped on penalties in Hinchingbrooke Cup final

Peterborough Telegraph left

2nd May 2019

UCL Premier Division side Pinchbeck United were beaten 4-2 on penalties by Godmanchester Rovers in the Hinchingbrooke Cup final at Chestnut Avenue last night (May 1).

A thrilling final at Chestnut Avenue ended 3-3 with Thurlow Nunn League high-flyers Godmanchester fighting back from 2-0 down.

Read the Full Article by Bob French @ Peterborough Telegraph

Ollie at the wheel to guide Godmanchester Rovers to honours double


2nd May 2019

Boss Ollie Drake watched his side add the Hinchingbrooke Cup crown to complete an honours double less than a month after lifting the Hunts Senior Cup.

The second piece of silverware was earned in considerably more dramatic style than the first as they triumphed 4-2 on penalties against Pinchbeck United in a final staged at the Branch Bros Stadium in Peterborough.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Godmanchester Rovers out to complete a cup double as curtain comes down on an eventful season


Hyem will lead the local side into Hinchingbrooke Cup final action tonight (Wednesday) when they face Pinchbeck United at the Branch Bros Stadium in Peterborough (7.45pm).

A mouth-watering clash is in prospect between a Rovers side who finished third in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division and their Lincolnshire opponents, who ended up fourth in their debut United Counties League Premier Division campaign.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Drake praises Goddy youngsters after thriller


Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake was full of praise for his youngsters after coming out on the right side of a seven-goal thriller on Saturday.

The 16-year-old Harvey Gargiulo scored a superb winner to earn his side a 4-3 success over struggling Gorleston in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, who alongside fellow youth player Harrison Radwell, made their senior debuts at Bearscroft Lane.

Read the Full Article by Dan Mason @ The Hunts Post