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Godmanchester will keep pushing for title despite slight stutter

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Manager Drake focused on number one spot

Ollie Drake will keep pushing for the Eastern Counties Premier title, despite Saturday’s defeat putting Histon firmly in the driving seat.

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Godmanchester Rovers hold their nerve amid penalty drama to claim cup final spot

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Godmanchester Rovers secured their spot in a second cup final this season in dramatic style.

Rovers ran out 4-2 victors on penalties over fellow step five outfit Eynesbury Rovers in a Hunts Senior Cup semi-final tie, following a competitive 1-1 draw at Bearscroft Lane.

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Godmanchester Rovers 1 Eynesbury Rovers 1 (4-2 pens)

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Godmanchester Rovers secured their spot at a second cup final this season in dramatic style on Tuesday night.

Rovers ran out 4-2 victors on penalties over fellow step five outfit Eynesbury Rovers in a Hunts Senior Cup semi-final tie, following a competitive 1-1 draw at Bearscroft Lane.

After Austen Diaper put the home side in front five minutes into the second half, a freak Chris Hyem own goal on 54 minutes levelled the scores, and that’s the way it stayed in a hotly-contested affair.

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Social media spice ahead of a tasty semi-final showdown

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Huntingdon Town boss Jimmy Brattan has challenged his players to silence a set of ‘noisy neighbours’ as they bid to reach the Hinchingbrooke Cup final for the second successive season.

That’s how Brattan described local rivals Godmanchester Rovers on Facebook ahead of the two clubs’ clash in a semi-final showdown at Jubilee Park tomorrow night (Wednesday, 7.45pm).

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Reaction from both bosses as Godmanchester Rovers beat Huntingdon Town to reach Hinchingbrooke Cup final

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Ollie Drake and James Brattan had their say following semi-final derby clash

A half-time tongue lashing from manager Ollie Drake inspired Godmanchester Rovers to book a place in the Hinchingbrooke Cup final last night.
Following a drab and goalless first half, Goddy came to life after the break against neighbours Huntingdon Town, Jack Chandler tucking home a spot kick he had himself earnt.

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