Evans claims European Tour place
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.
Steelmen depart FA Trophy
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.
Steelmen win yet again
Corby Town made it five wins in all competitions as Carlton Town were beaten 2-1 at Steel Park in the Evo-Stik South on Saturday.
Carlton scored first early in the game but Corby levelled through Steven Leslie from a free-kick. Carlton had a player sent off before Sam Mulready scored what turned out to be the winner in the second half.
In UCL Division One S & L Corby lost 1-0 at home to Huntingdon Town. Stewarts & Lloyds rugby union side lost their divisional game at home to Market Harborough 56-7.
Steelmen make it six straight successes
Corby Town moved up to 5th in the Evo-Stik South with another win after fighting back to defeat Sheffield FC 3-2 in South Yorkshire.
Loanee striker Leon Lobjoit scored in the second minute before Sheffield hit back to lead 2-1 by half-time.
However Corby dominated the second half; equalising through Jordan Crawford before Steven Leslie scored in the closing minutes direct from a free-kick.
S & L FC's match in the Northants Junior Cup with Burton Park Wanderers was postponed.
S & L RFC lost 55-17 in the league at Oadby Wyggestonians.
Corby Town made it four wins from their last four games as Alvechurch were beaten 3-1 at Steel Park on Wednesday ( Oct 11 ).
Sam Mulready finished chances twice in the first half before on-loan striker Leon Lobjoit finished on 75 minutes to make it three-nil. Alvechurch scored with five minutes left but the Steelmen collected the points, moving them up to 11th in the Evo-Stik South.
On Tuesday UCL Division One bottom team S & L Corby lost 4-2 at Burton Park Wanderers.