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Daventry take their chances

Kempston were undone at home by a goal at the end of each half Daventry Town’s Jack Bowen netted a brace to settle this game in the visitors favour despite having played three quarters of the game with ten men. Kempston Rovers looked to be putting in a response to their New Year’s Day drubbing […]

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Rovers Routed In Basement Battle

Kempston Rovers began 2020 with an away drubbing at fellow strugglers St. Neots Town St. Neots dominated this New Year’s Day clash between two of the league’s bottom three sides in front of a larger than normal crowd at Rowley Park. Kempston named rookie keeper Michael Hudson in the starting line up, after regular keeper […]

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The perfect early Christmas present

Kempston produced a perfect away performance to win at high flying Berkhamsted Jake Newman’s goal at the end of the first half was enough to separate the two sides as Rovers dug in and defended for their lives in a text book smash and grab win. Berkhamsted, second in the league table, were in good […]

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Undone at the death

A battling Kempston Rovers were denied late on in controversial circumstances Thame United scored late to snatch victory in this encounter, but the winning goal was surrounded in controversy as Kempston appeared to be attempting to put the ball out of play so that a player could receive treatment. Thame skipper Dan West’s late winner […]

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Game of two halves

Rovers suckered by second half comeback on a difficult afternoon Aylesbury United produced a stunning second half come back to take the win at an emotionally charged Hillgrounds. Kempston Rovers began the afternoon by paying an emotional tribute to their late chairman, Russell Shreeves, who had been at the helm of the club for the […]

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