Christmas is usually the time of the year in which clubs reflect on their progress, looking back over the first five months of the season and looking ahead to what the New Year may have in store for them!
Daventry Town remain unbeaten at home in the league, moving up to fifth in the league table after an impressive two goal victory over Chertsey Town, goals in each half from Ashley Robinson and Adam Confue, sealing their eighth consecutive home league win. View Item »
A goal from debutant Luke Keen, coming on as a substitute late in the game, rescued a vital point for Daventry Town, in a match they should have won easily at St Ives, Cambridgeshire, but had to settle for a 1 – 1 draw. View Item »
A fox-in-the-box, the 22-year-old striker had originally signed for Rugby in October 2010 from Atherstone. Luke scored on his full debut against Bedfont and then followed it up by notching an impressive hat-trick in the Red Insure Cup at Halesowen Town. Luke re-signed for Rugby Town in September 2011 from Redditch United and marked his return with a goal against Slough Town. View Item »
Daventry have reached the Northamptonshire Hillier Cup Final for the second year in succession beating United Counties Premier League outfit Peterborough Northern Star in the semi –final, goals from Scott Cross, Ashley Robinson, Neil King and Tom Lorraine ensuring a return visit to the Sixfields Stadium, the home of Northampton Town, next April. View Item »
Daventry Town Manager Darran Foster was very disappointed with the match referee as his side went out of the FA Trophy to Conference South strugglers Maidenhead United, two levels higher up the football pyramid, beaten by a single goal, scored from a disputed free kick. View Item »
Daventry bounced back from their defeat at Slough Town to record a convincing 4 – 1 victory over North Greenford United, two goals apiece from strikers Ashley Robinson and Tom Lorraine, helping push Daventry up to sixth in the table, six points off leaders Barton Rovers, but with four games in hand! View Item »