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Saints lineup for their final game of the season against Kettering Town

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Saints match champs in season finale

Saints  0

Kettering Town  0

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 25 April)

Match photos at https://flic.kr/s/aHsk9TtZ9M

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Saints wrapped up their season with a confidence-boosting draw against new champions Kettering Town at Mill Meadow on Saturday.

The visitors may have been winding-down a little after their celebrations the week before, resting one or two players and even giving their regular keeper a brief run in the outfield at the end of play, but they are too good a side not to take any game seriously.

A traditional guard of honour to welcome the new champions preceded play, as did a presentation of the Supporters' Player of the Season Award to Alex Paine by Chairman Denis Mair.

Hard earned point for impressive Saints

Royston Town  0

Saints  0

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 18 April)

Match photos at:  https://flic.kr/s/aHskan5n9d

IMG 6436ARFor Saints, rebuilding their confidence, this was an excellent result against the form team of the moment, becoming only the second team to hold Royston goalless this season,

Chasing second place and home advantage in the playoffs, the onus was on Royston to try to dictate the game and for long periods in a patchy first half, they had Saints under the cosh. A strong wind and an uneven pitch, together with a pedantic referee made the first half less of a spectacle and more of a chore.

Saints leave it late

Saints  2     Paine 69, Mendy 90+3

North Greenford United  2     Vigneron 24, Rodrigues 61

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 11 April)

Match photos at:https://flic.kr/s/aHsk9vgwMr

IMG 6236ARIn a game that had the air of a meaningless end-of-season affair, Saints left it desperately late before securing the point they more than merited against a side that, although already condemned to relegation, were battling to avoid bottom place in case any rule change might give them a reprieve.

On a sunny, slightly soporific afternoon, Saints set out to continue their Easter revival and tested the Greenford defence with an attacking formation that was full of conviction even if they lacked the sharpness to convert their superiority. Too often the absence of crispness in their passing allowed the visitors to break up any threat before it developed. Camacho was particularly successful in keeping Tony Mendy quiet throughout the first half.

Saints share the spoils

Leighton Town  1     Watson 31

Saints  1     Pepera 40

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Monday 06 April)

Saints secured the fourth point of their turnaround Easter programme with a battling draw at Leighton.

On a tricky surface both sides attacked with purpose but it was Danny Watson who put the home side ahead after half an hour. That lead didn't last for long as Adam Pepera netted a Luke Brooks-Smith corner ten minutes later.

Both sides continued to create opportunities throughout the second half and they were both going for it right up to the final whistle. 

Saints:  Mikey Pearce, Luke Brooks-Smith (Ashley Fongho 75), Glenn Yala, Gareth Paxton, Adam Pepera, Alan Hedley, Will Hudson, Louis Stead (Asen Valchev 72), Remmel Clarke (Aaron Silcott 84), Anthony Mendy, Adam Louth.

Attendance.  70


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