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Steelmen have a plan to conquer Gresley

Paul Malone knows Corby Town will have to “earn the right to play” when they head to Gresley FC this weekend.

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Corby Town goalkeeper Sam Wilson collects the ball during the 1-1 draw with Cleethorpes Town at Steel Park. Picture by David Tilley

Kinniburgh is content after Steelmen's positive reaction

Steve Kinniburgh was satisfied with a point as Corby Town bounced back from their defeat at Frickley Athletic with a 1-1 draw against Cleethorpes Town at Steel Park.
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Corby Town caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh

VERDICT - Steelmen impress in draw with Cleethorpes

Corby Town produced an excellent second-half display as they drew 1-1 with fellow high-fliers Cleethorpes Town in the Evo-Stik League South at Steel Park.

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The Corby Town players line up to observe a minutes silence for Remembrance Day ahead of last weekends 3-0 defeat at Frickley Athletic. Picture by David Tilley

It's all about the reaction as Steelmen bid to bounce back

Steve Kinniburgh will be seeking a “big reaction” from his Corby Town players when they take on Cleethorpes Town at Steel Park tomorrow (Saturday).

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Action from Corby Town's 3-0 defeat at Frickley Athletic. Picture by David Tilley

It was a bad day at the office, says Corby caretaker Kinniburgh

Steve Kinniburgh admitted Corby Town endured “a bad day at the office” after their winning streak came to an end in a 3-0 defeat at Frickley Athletic.

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SATURDAY SPORT - Diamonds win on the road but Steelmen are beaten

AFC Rushden & Diamonds enjoyed an impressive away-day as they claimed a 4-1 success at Uxbridge to move up to third in the Evo-Stik South League East.

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The Corby Town players celebrate one of Paul Malone's two goals during last weekend's 5-0 victory over Belper Town. The Steelmen head to fellow high-fliers Frickley Athletic tomorrow. Picture by David Tilley

Steelmen set their sights on second

Steve Kinniburgh wants Corby Town to be challenging for the second automatic promotion spot in the Evo-Stik League South.

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Steve Kinniburgh will be continuing as caretaker-manager at Corby Town

Steelmen will review manager's job 'month-by-month'

Corby Town chairman Stevie Noble says the manager’s job will continue to be assessed on a “month-by-month” basis.

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Caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh gives out some instructions during Corby Town's big 5-0 win over Belper Town at Steel Park. Pictures by Alison Bagley

Players were absolutely fantastic, says Corby caretaker Kinniburgh

Steve Kinniburgh labelled his Corby Town players as “absolutely fantastic” after they made it six wins in a row in the Evo-Stik League South in emphatic fashion.

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Paul Malone scored twice for the Steelmen

Five-star Steelmen make it six in a row

Corby Town made it six wins in a row in the Evo-Stik League South as they thrashed Belper Town 5-0 at Steel Park.

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Caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh is looking forward to an interesting month for Corby Town

Kinniburgh wants Corby to 'do the right things'

Steve Kinniburgh will urge his Corby Town players to “do the right things and do them well” as they gear up for an intriguing month in the Evo-Stik League South.

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Jordon Crawford scored a fine goal in Corby Town's FA Trophy defeat at St Neots Town last weekend

Corby and Crawford put their focus on the league

Jordon Crawford insists the Corby Town players are ready to “see how far we can go” in the Evo-Stik League South.

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Corby Town caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh felt "15 or 20 minutes of madness" cost his team as they were beaten 3-2 by St Neots Town in the FA Trophy

Minutes of madness cost us, says Corby caretaker Kinniburgh

Steve Kinniburgh admitted “15 or 20 minutes of madness” cost Corby Town as their winning streak and interest in the FA Trophy was ended by a 3-2 defeat at St Neots Town.

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Steelmen caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh

VERDICT - Game of two halves as Steelmen's Trophy hopes are ended

Corby Town’s winning run under caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh came to an end in the ultimate ‘game of two halves’ as their FA Trophy hopes were ended by a 3-2 defeat at St Neots Town.

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Steven Leslie's free-kick proved to be the winner for Corby Town as they made it six victories in a row with a 3-2 success at Sheffield FC last weekend. Picture by David Tilley

Kinniburgh is relishing Corby's tough Trophy test

Steve Kinniburgh believes Corby Town are facing their toughest test since he took caretaker-charge when they head to St Neots Town in the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy tomorrow (Saturday).

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Sam Mulready will return to one of his former clubs when Corby Town go to St Neots Town in the FA Trophy this weekend

Steelman Sam hoping to shoot down his old mates

Sam Mulready is looking forward to a return to St Neots Town on Saturday.

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Caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh has led Corby Town into the top five of the Evo-Stik League South

'Galvanised' Steelmen celebrate six wins in a row

Steve Kinniburgh believes Corby Town have “galvanised” their season after their incredible run of form continued with a 3-2 victory at Sheffield FC.

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Super Steelmen make it six of the best but Diamonds slip to defeat

Corby Town’s incredible run under caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh continued as they made it six wins in a row with a 3-2 success at Sheffield FC.

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Steven Leslies superb free-kick finds the net as he brought Corby Town level before they went on to make it five wins in a row with a 2-1 success over Carlton Town at Steel Park last Saturday. Picture by David Tilley

Steelmen can't be complacent, says Kinniburgh

Steve Kinniburgh doesn’t see the Evo-Stik League South table settling down anytime soon.

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Jordon Crawford is one of the homegrown players who is helping Corby Town in their climb back up the Evo-Stik League South table

Hometown boys playing a key role for Steelmen

It may have gone unnoticed by some but there was a real hometown feel to Corby Town’s squad during last weekend’s 2-1 success over Carlton Town.

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