Poppies at home to Leamington

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Saturday’s postponement means the fixtures are starting to pile up for Kettering Town and they try again on Tuesday night at home to Leamington. Kettering have slipped down to 13th and will need to improve dramatically to revive their promotion ambitions as they take on 11th placed Leamington who have recently completed the signing of the Poppies’ Courtney Baker-Richardson.


Courtney Baker-Richardson departs Poppies »

The club announced that striker Courtney Baker-Richardson has departed the Poppies to join Leamington.

Kettering Town FC sign Ben Bradshaw. » Kettering Town FC have officially announced that Ben Bradshaw has signed a contract with the Club.

Canavan and Bateman sign for Poppies » Liam Canavan has signed a contract with the club, and after being released from Aston Villa, Liam Bateman has signed non-contract forms for the Poppies.

Rene Howe returns to Poppies »

Former Poppies favourite Rene Howe makes a return to Kettering Town ..

Poppies sign former Steelmen duo, Carvalho and Pepe-Ngoma »

Kettering Town have signed former Steelmen duo, Carvalho and Pepe-Ngoma in time for Saturday's tough trip to Merthyr Town.


Fading Poppies beaten 2-1 away to ten-man Hungerford Town »

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Battling Poppies beaten 3-2 away to Weymouth »

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Jekyll and Hyde Poppies draw 1-1 away to struggling Bedworth Utd »

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Terrace Talk

Northampton get a reprieve from winding up petition »

The winding-up petition brought against League Two side Northampton Town has been withdrawn following a court hearing on Monday.

Northampton Town winding-up petition adjourned »

The winding-up petition brought by HM Revenue & Customs against League Two club Northampton Town has been adjourned until 30 November. The Cobblers had been taken to court over £166,000 of unpaid taxes. Players and staff were not paid in October. The club also owe Northampton Borough Council £10.25m, which they were loaned to redevelop their Sixfields home.

Hereford Utd wound up in High Court »

Hereford Utd Football Club were wound up in the High Court after the current owner turned up late for a the hearing and failed to convince the judge he had sufficient funds in the bank to cover the club's debts.