Evo-Stik South: Corby Town ( Mulready ) 1-1 Cleethorpes Town - Corby Town 7th

UCL Div One: S & L FC 0-4 Potton

Corby Town's winning run in the Evo-Stik South division came to an end on Saturday ( Nov 11 ) as Frickley Athletic defeated Steve Kinniburgh's side 3-0.

Corby were 1-0 down at half-time after a 45 minutes Kinniburgh described afterwards as the poorest he'd seen from the team so far this season. Corby were then picked off twice on the counter-attack to complete the loss. They host Cleethorpes in their next league game on November 18.

S & L FC lost 4-0 at Huntingdon Town in UCL Division One, while Stewarts & Lloyds RFC lost their league game at Old Laurentians 36-8.

Local golfer Ryan Evans has secured a place on the sport's European Tour for next season.

It's after his recent performance at the Foshan Open in China - a Challenge Tour event. Ryan carded a third round sixty-six on his way to a share of third place in the competition.

It gives Ryan enough points overall from the season so far to secure a berth in the higher ranked European Tour next year.

Corby Town outclassed Belper Town on Saturday in the Evo-Stik South to register their sixth straight win in the divison.

Paul Malone got forward to score twice in the first half at Steel Park before an own goal made it 3-0 by half-time.

After the break Jordan Crawford scored another individual effort followed by a finish from Jordan O'Brien. 5-0 it finished and CTFC are now 5th in the table.

In the United Counties First Division S & L Corby lost 5-1 at home to Rushden & Higham United.

Stewarts & Lloyds RFC registered their first league win of the season in beating Oakham 22-7.

On Friday evening ( Nov 3 ) at Corby's Rockingham Forest Hotel there were mixed fortunes for the town's boxers. Simon Barclay outpointed his cruiserweight opponent in a four-round contest but middleweight Darren Murray did not get the verdict of the judges in his bout despite a bright start.

Corby Town were beaten 3-2 in their FA Trophy tie at St Neots Town on Saturday.

The Steelmen, going into the game off the back of six straight wins, made a great start with early goals from Jordan Crawford and Ben Diamond.

However St Neots, who play a league level above the Steelmen, proved too strong in the second half running out the winners, helped by a man advantage as Corby's Connor Kennedy was sent off following his second yellow card.

In UCL Division One, S & L FC lost 2-1 at Harrowby United.