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Godmanchester hat-trick hero Buster proving the doubters wrong

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Harradine helps Rovers win the County Cup with treble in the final

Buster Harradine feels he has proved his doubters wrong after scoring the second county cup final hat-trick of his career on Tuesday night.

Harradine netted three times as Godmanchester Rovers beat St Neots Town 6-0 in the Hunts Senior Cup final - five years after he did the same for Soham Town Rangers in their 2014 Cambs Invitation Cup final win.

Read the Full Article by Tim Street @ Cambridgeshire Live

Godmanchester Rovers go on the rampage to lift the Hunts Senior Cup

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Godmanchester Rovers lifted the Hunts Senior Cup after dishing out a final drubbing to St Neots Town as they breezed to a 6-0 triumph.

It was every bit as emphatic as the scoreline suggests at the Premier Plus Stadium. In fact it was men against boys as Ollie Drake’s side had the trophy in the bag by half-time.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

St Neots Town and Godmanchester Rovers do battle for Hunts Senior Cup glory

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Holders St Neots Town are also hosts as they face challengers Godmanchester Rovers in the Hunts Senior Cup final at the Premier Plus Stadium (7.45pm).

The county showpiece has thrown up a battle between a Saints side still battling for Step 3 survival against a Rovers outfit flying high at Step 5.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Godmanchester Rovers pocket the points against bottom side as youngsters get first taste of senior action

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An important result in the present came complete with a glimpse into the future for Godmanchester Rovers last Saturday.

Ollie Drake’s side triumphed 2-1 at rock-bottom Framlingham Town to maintain their challenge for a third Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division runners-up finish in the space of five seasons.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Poor attitudes, bad injuries and disappointing results mean Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake is not a happy man

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Furious manager Ollie Drake read his Godmanchester Rovers players the riot act following two disappointing Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division deadlocks.

They slipped out of second place after having to fight back to snatch a 3-3 draw at lowly Long Melford last Saturday.

A second-half brace from Austen Diaper spared their blushes in Suffolk only days after they were held to a 1-1 midweek stalemate by Thetford Town despite going ahead through Matty Allan.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post