St Neots Town Football Club
The current St Neots Town Football Club, who first played the Lilywhites in 2012, was founded in 1990 and originally played in Priory Park before in 1993 moving to a ground in Rowley Park. Their current New Rowley Park Stadium wa opened in 2008.
Southern Premier (NL 3)
27.8.2012 Cambridge City 0 - 5 St Neots Town Crowd 514 Cambridge City team: Eron Ordonez, Bexfield, Lee Chaffey, Debanski, Dave Theobald, Robbie Nightingale, Luke Allen, David Prada, Craig Hammond, Bryant and James Brighton. Subs used were Adie Cambridge, Neil Midgley and Patrick
1.1.2013 St Neots 2 - 3 Cambridge City Crowd 627 Cambridge City tram: Zac Barrett, Jackson Ramm, Brighton, Theobald, Chaffey, Nightingale, Ieuan Lewis, Prada, Hammond, Adam Marriott and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Bryant and Allen. The goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Brighton, Marriott and Allen.
26.8.2013 St Neots 1 - 2 Cambridge City Crowd 451 Cambridge City team: Barrett, Brighton, Ramm, Will Lawton, Chaffey, Ben Farrell, Lewis, Allen, Josh Beech, Bacon and Josh Dawkin,. Subs used were Abbs, Nick Beasant and Kelvin Bossman. Scorers for the Lilywhitews were Dawkin and Abbs
26.12.2013 Cambridge City 3 - 2 St Neots Cambridge City team: Barrett, Tom Pepper, Brighton, Beasant, Chaffey, Beech, Lewis, Adam Martin, Bossman, Marriott and Dawkin. Subs used by the Lillywhites were Robbie Burns for Ieuan Lewis, Jackson Ramm for Adam Marriott and Will de Havilland for Nick Beasant. On a heavy pitch the Lilywhites, despite seeing very little of the ball in the first half, lead by a goal to nil at the break following a well worked goal in the 16th minute by Josh Dawkins. The second half saw them with alot more of the play and further goals came from Adam Marriott in the 60th minute and a cracking curling shot from Kelvin Bossman in 65th minute. Then having made their third subsitutions they conceded two late goals in 87th and 90th minute. The last of these subsititions had seen eighteen year old Millwall trainee, Will de Havilland make his debut for the Lilywhites in the place of Nick Beasant at the heart of the City defence.
St Neots and District Football Club
Founded in 1878 as St Neots Football Club, they played original at Top Common in St Neots before in 1899 they moved to the Shortlands Ground. This ground remained their home until it was sold by its owners to developers, which resulted in the club being disbanded at the end of the 1987/88 season. By this time the club had gone through a couple of name changes: St Neots and District (1924-57) and St Neots Town from 1957. They only played the Lilywhites in cup or friendly matches.
F.A. Amateur Cup
12.1.1935 Cambridge Town 1 - 1 St Neots and District Round One Scorer for the Lilywhites was L Hard
19.1935 St Neots and District 1 - 5 Cambridge Town Round One Replay Scorers for the Lilywhites were L Hard (2), S Webb, George Dean and Ridgeon
21.9.1968 Cambridge City 0 - 0 St Neots Town
21.9.1968 Cambridge City 0 - 0 St Neots Town 1st Qualifying Round
24.9.1968 St Neots Town 3 - 3 Cambridge City 1st Qualifying Round Replay Scorers for the Lilywhites were Walker, Duncan and Bannister
30.9.1968 Cambridge City 3 - 0 St Neots Town 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Replay Scorers for the Lilywhites were McLeish (2) and Bannister
Hunts Premier Cup
8.3.1966 Cambridge Cit 1 - 1 St Neots Town Semi Final Eddie Bailham scored for the Lilywhites.
18.3.1966 St Neots Town 3 - 2 Cambridge City Semi Final Replay Eddie Bailham scored both the goals for the Lilywhites
18.11.1939 St Neots 2 - 2 Cambridge Town Scorers for the Lilywhites were Parrish and Hindley
29.11.1950 St Neots and District 1 - 0 Cambridge Town
13.3.1956 St Neots and District 2 - 3 Cambridge City Scorers for the Lilywhites were Ellis (2) and Bullough