Poppies at home to Leighton Town – Match postponed – waterlogged pitch

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Kettering Town have had to sit back and watch their rivals close-in, and in one case over-haul them, as Aylesbury took over the top spot in recent weeks. Saturday’s fixture at home to Leighton Town is already in doubt and will need a pitch inspection in the morning to decide if it’s on or not. After a morning inspection by a local referee the Latimer Park pitch was deemed unplayable.

News

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Two new arrivals at the Poppies »

Kettering have recently signed top striker Dave Kolodynski from Rugby Town and goalkeeper Richard Knight from Cambridge City.

Hoban arrives as Crowie departs »

Claudiu Hoban has been registered on non-contract forms and is dual registered with Oxford City, while in the opposite direction Dan Crowie has joined St Ives Town.

Kettering Town to bid for Rockingham Road site »

The Poppies are currently considering a possible bid to return to their 'spiritual home' at Rockingham Road.

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Matches

Jepson rescues a point for Poppies away to Aylesbury Utd »

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Aylesbury Utd 2
Robinson og 8
Putnam 18

Kettering Town 2
Moreman 44
Jepson 70

Poppies at home to Beaconsfield SYCOB – Postponed due to waterlogged pitch »

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Ten-man Poppies beaten 1-0 at home to Rugby Town »

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Kettering Town 0
Hull sent-off 61

Rugby Town 1
Youngs 87

Terrace Talk

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.

Coventry City following a similar path to the Poppies »

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Portsmouth suffer a similar fate to Kettering »

Pompey's administrator Trevor Birch promptly issued a statement branding the League's decision "very harsh" and hopes it can be reversed. He said: "We are extremely disappointed that the Football League has decided to impose yet another penalty on the club.