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Radwell strikes from the spot to seal a county hat-trick for Godmanchester Town talents

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Godmanchester Town could hardly have left it any later to complete a fine hat-trick.

Richard Ramsaran’s young talents claimed county honours for the third successive season when lifting the Hunts Under 16 Cup last Wednesday.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Histon will win it but we'll learn from them, says Godmanchester skipper

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12:53, 26 MAR 2019

Skipper Mikey Hyem concedes Histon will be Eastern Counties League champions - but believes Godmanchester Rovers can learn a lot from their title rivals.

Hyem’s Goddy side have gone toe to toe with Histon this term but the Stutes have been more consistent, and three more wins will see them secure top spot and promotion.

Read the Full Article by Tim Street @ Cambridgeshire Live

Great Yarmouth Town 0 Godmanchester Rovers 3: High-flying visitors too strong for Bloaters

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After the disappointment of last week’s visit to Framlingham this game against title chasing opposition was something of a free shot for the Bloaters.

In a reshaped formation Sean Perfect returned to the starting line-up to partner Joel Glover up front while Charlie Blake was given a different role on the left of midfield.

Read the Full Article by Kevin Forbes @ The Great Yarmouth Mercury

Boss faces ban after seeing best and worst of his Godmanchester Rovers side

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Ollie Drake has seen the best and worst of his Godmanchester Rovers side in the space of five days.

Manager Drake admits all hope of winning the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title has gone following a 1-0 defeat at 10-man Newmarket Town last Saturday.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Godmanchester Rovers chief insists everyone must do better

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Godmanchester Rovers manager Ollie Drake has urged his players not to let their Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title challenge fall apart.

Rovers have now gone three league matches without a victory – a run which has seen them drop to third place and fall nine points off the pace being set by leaders Histon.

Read the Full Article byMark Plummer @ The Hunts Post