Next up for the Ives is our opening game of the @ERWFLe Challenge Cup v @NMFCWomen 📅 11/04/2021 ⏰ 2pm ko 🆚 Needham Market 🏟 St Ives One Leisure Outdoor Centre 🏆 ERWFL Challenge Cup Unfortunately no spectators are allowed as per current guidelines #UpTheIves ⚫️⚪️
Highlights from Leamington's FA Trophy 2nd Round fixture vs St Ives Town. Filmed by Scott Hanna and Nick Leek. Edited by Nick Leek. Commentary by Matt ...
Chris speaks to Matt Hill after his first game in charge. 31/10/20.
Stafford took the lead in the first half (not shown). The Ives equalised courtesy of a Dylan Williams penalty on 89 minutes. The Ives triumph in the penalty shoot ...
A Michael Gyassi goal in the 90+1 minute was enough to give the Ives all 3 points.
Highlights of Nuneaton Borough's 6-2 victory against St Ives Town in the Southern League Premier Central division played on Tuesday 20th October 2020.
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