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Peaks looking forward to Diamonds’ southern return

Andy Peaks is looking forward to a return to the Evo-Stik Southern League for AFC Rushden & Diamonds next season.

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Former King's Lynn Town midfielder Lee Stevenson has signed for Corby Town

Stevenson signs for Steelmen while trio agree new deals

Lee Stevenson has been confirmed as Corby Town’s first summer signing.

Local 1
Kevin Ward has joined Corby Town as first-team coach

Boss Bells hopes to make moves as coach Ward joins Corby

David Bell has been stepping up his work in the transfer market this week as he looks to rebuild at Corby Town.

Local 1
Corby Town chairman Stevie Noble chats with Jason Lee and former England winger Chris Waddle on the Steel Park pitch. Picture courtesy of #NonLeagueChallenge

Noble wants fans to enjoy it when legends come to Corby

Stevie Noble says he is “pinching” himself as Corby Town face up to the prospect of hosting a team of Premier League legends later this summer.

Marathonbet's Joe Lovelace (left) and legend Chris Waddle presented Corby Town chairman Stevie Noble and Jason Lee with the club's cheque for �10,000. Picture courtesy of #NonLeagueChallenge

Corby’s Lee amazed by the impact of his swig of a pint

Jason Lee has admitted he had no idea his cheeky swig of a fan’s pint would lead to a big payday for Corby Town.

Football Action: Wellingoborugh : AFC Rushden & Diamonds vs Carlton Town FC 
Final match at The Dog and Duck 

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Diamonds announce new shirt sponsor

AFC Rushden & Diamonds have announced Auto Windscreens as its new main club sponsor for the 2017/2018 season.

Tottenham Hotspur legend Chris Waddle talks to Northants Telegraph sports reporter Jon Dunham after it was confirmed the former winger will play against Corby Town in a special pre-season friendly this summer. Picture courtesy of #NonLeagueChallenge

Spurs legend Waddle set to face Corby

Chris Waddle will be gracing the Steel Park pitch this summer after he was announced as the latest player to be announced in the Premier League legends team to face Corby Town in July.

Action from the Under-12 Cup final between Corby Diamonds and Stewarts & Lloyds at Steel Park

Silverware is snapped up at successful Weetabix Youth League finals

There was a fantastic weekend of action at Corby Town’s Steel Park stadium as the Weetabix Youth League held their finals days.

Non League 2
Andy Peaks' AFC Rushden & Diamonds team will be back in the Southern League next season

Diamonds head south again, Steelmen go north and Poppies stay put

AFC Rushden & Diamonds will be back in the Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central for the 2017-18 season.

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Jason Lee wants to stay on with Corby Town

Celebration hero Lee wants to stay at Corby

Jason Lee wants to stay on at Corby Town to play under his “good friend” David Bell.

Local 2
Corby Town's Steel Park stadium will host the Weetabix Youth League finals this weekend

Youngsters ready for their big days at Steel Park

A number of young footballers are gearing up for their big moments this weekend.

Non League 2
Jason Lee received his manager's player of the year award from Corby Town director Paul Glass. Picture by David Tilley

Gould wants Corby to look forward

Rob Gould insists Corby Town must “look forward” with a new era now under way at Steel Park.

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David Bell and Rob Gould talk to Northants Telegraph sports reporter Jon Dunham after they were confirmed as the new management team at Corby Town on Wednesday night. Picture by David Tilley

Boss Bell hopes to keep ‘nucleus’ of Corby’s squad

David Bell wants to try to keep the “nucleus” of the squad that finished the season with Corby Town together.

Local 1
Steve Kinniburgh has been named as the director of football at Corby Town

Kinniburgh takes up director of football role at Corby

Steve Kinniburgh has been appointed as director of football at Corby Town.

Liam Dolman and Andy Peaks enjoyed another run to the play-offs with AFC Rushden & Diamonds

REVIEW – Promotion shot falls short but Peaks’ Diamonds still shine

Another season done for AFC Rushden & Diamonds and, perhaps, another step forward even if it didn’t end in promotion.

There was more misery for Corby Town and their fans following a second successive relegation

REVIEW – Great escape was not to be as Steelmen drop again

Being a Corby Town fan can’t have been an easy thing for the past couple of years.

Winning the NFA Hillier Senior Cup was a nice consolation prize after a season that failed to deliver for Kettering Town. Pictures by Peter Short

REVIEW – Poppies didn’t deliver on their own expectations

It was the season that promised so much but simply didn’t deliver.

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New manager David Bell (right) and assistant Rob Gould (left) pictured with Corby Town chairman Stevie Noble after they were appointed this evening. Picture by David Tilley

Bell confirmed as new Corby manager

David Bell has set his sights on “changing the mindset” at Corby Town after he was confirmed as the club’s new manager.

Jason Lee's swig of a fan's pint following Ben Milnes' goal against Mickleover Town, brilliantly captured by photographer Alison Bagley, has scooped Corby Town a �10,000 jackpot

Steelmen hit the jackpot thanks to Jason’s swig of a pint

Corby Town are celebrating after winning Marathonbet’s #NonLeagueChallenge – the bookmaker’s search for non-league football’s greatest goal celebration.

Andy Peaks believes AFC Rushden & Diamonds are heading into an 'exciting time' next season

Diamonds boss Peaks looks forward to ‘exciting time’

Andy Peaks believes “exciting times” lie ahead for AFC Rushden & Diamonds as they come to terms with another heartbreaking finish to a season.

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