Football, NPL South: Newcastle Town 2-4 Corby Town ( Crawford, Allen, Leslie 2 - 1 pen ) 

Rugby Union, Midlands 2 East South: Belgrave 38-18 Stewarts & Lloyds

At a fog-bound Steel Park the game was just about playable following earlier work on the pitch by groundstaff, writes Stewart McNeill.

The NPL South clash was 9th against 5th and the away side did better before the break with Fortnam-Tomlinson turning home a corner at the far post just after the half-hour mark to give Stamford a 1-0 lead.

Corby rallied in the second half with a series of corners putting pressure on Stamford before a late challenge in the box saw a penalty awarded - but Jordan Crawford's shot was saved.

Corby salvaged a point with a goal three minutes from the end - a centre turned in on the line by substitute Ryan Bell.

The Steelmen have three games left in the league season to finish as high as they can before decisions are taken on which league they are placed in for the next campaign.

437 saw this game at Steel Park - on Saturday ( Apr 14 ) Corby Town are at Newcastle Town.

On Tuesday S & L FC's game at Bourne Town in UCL Division One was postponed due to waterlogging.

The Steelmen's Easter Monday game with Stamford was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch and has been re-arranged for Wednesday April 11 ( 7:45pm ).

Before then Corby Town play a league game at Carlton Town this Thursday evening ( 7.45pm ) and host Chasetown this Saturday ( 3.00pm ).

Football, Evo Stik South: Corby Town ( Bettles 2 ) 2-1 Chasetown - Corby now 8th after this result and 1-1 draw at Carlton on Thursday.

Rugby Union, Midlands 2 East South: Stewarts & Lloyds RFC 29-5 Stamford RFC

Football, Evo-Stik South: Leek Town 6-1 Corby Town ( Leslie ). The Steelmen were 4-0 down by half-time as a tough week of games took its toll. Following the game Corby Town's chairman Steve Noble said Steve Kinniburgh will become manager on a permanent basis, rolling into next season. Corby Town are at home to Stamford this Easter Monday ( 3pm kick-off ).

UCL Division One: S & L FC OFF Irchester United

Boxing: Corby's Simon Barclay went the distance with champion Bilal Laggoune in their IBF Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title fight in Belgium on Friday evening. The judges all went for Laggoune by 116-112 after 12 rounds. Barclay says he enjoyed the experience with praise for his performance from fans online.