Eight is great for Steelmen
Corby Town won their league match at North Leigh on September 15 8-1.
Jordan Crawford, Ben Bradshaw and Elliott Sandy all scored twice - the Steelmen are still unbeaten so far in the Southern League Divison One Central.
They play at Wellingborough Whitworth in the Hillier Senior Cup on September 18 and then at Alvechurch in the Emirates FA Cup Second Qualifying Round on September 22.
Steelmen Cup news
In the FA Cup on September 8, Corby Town defeated Hertford Town 2-0 to progress to the second qualifying round on September 22, when Steve Kinniburgh's team will be away to Alvechurch.
On September 12, a changed Steelmen side lost 3-2 at home to Peterborough Sports in the Southern League Cup Preliminary Round.
Corby's next game is at North Leigh in the Southern League Division One Central on Saturday September 15. ( 3pm ).
Unbeaten start for Steelmen
Corby Town have made an encouraging start to their 2018-19 campaign.
The Steelmen began on August 18 with a 1-1 draw at Cambridge City in the Southern League Division One Central.
Sutton Coldfield Town were beaten 1-0 in a league clash at Steel Park on August 22, and then on Saturday 25th Dunstable Town were the visitors in the Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round.
An extraordinary game saw Dunstable race into a 3-0 lead before the Steelmen fought back to level at 3-3, with the equalising goal in the closing minutes.
On Holiday Monday ( Aug 28 ) Corby won 2-0 at Coleshill Town. Their next league game is at home to AFC Dunstable on Saturday ( Sep 1 ).
More wins for Steelmen
Corby Town continued their unbeaten run at the start of September.
AFC Dunstable were beaten 2-1 in a league game at Steel Park - Corby fell 1-0 behind before AFC had a player sent off and the Steelmen struck goals through Jake Bettles and an Elliot Sandy penalty.
In an FA Cup replay at Dunstable Town, midfielder Ben Bradshaw scored twice as the Steelmen won through 4-0.
They now face Hertford Town at Steel Park in the first qualifying round on Saturday ( Sep 8 ).
July sport round-up
Corby Town returned to training and have been playing pre-season matches throughout July.
So far manager Steve Kinniburgh has been broadly positive about the team as they have won 2-1 at Stamford, 3-0 at Wellingborough, 4-1 against an Oxford United under-23 side and lost 3-0 at home to Yeovil Town.
There are two more pre-season games before Corby open their league season in the Southern League's Division One Central with a trip to Cambridge City on Saturday August 18.
It's been a largely frustrating July for local golfer Ryan Evans, who has been unable to get past the first couple of rounds in a number of European Tour events.
Weldon's cricketers still top the Northants Third Division while Great Oakley are battling to get off the bottom spot. Stewarts and Lloyds first team have risen to the top in Division Five and Gretton have made progress in Division Seven.
Corby Athletic Club's senior members produced success at a July Heart of England meet at the Rockingham Triangle, with top athletes including Niamh Bailey and Isaac Akers winning their events.
Stewarts and Lloyds Rugby Union club have spoken to Corby Radio about their Community Day which is set for Saturday August 11th at their Occupation Road ground.
And nominations have opened for this year's Corby Sports Awards run by the borough council. You can find out more about making your nominations at www.corby.gov.uk