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The reports below were taken from various sources.

Sittingbourne V Corby
Another sparkling display by Corby gained them their third consecutive win and their second away victory in a row.
    As at Ashford last week the Steelmen scored an early goal, Richard Tanner won a tackle with Roy Clarke on the half-way line and raced away up the wing. He cut in towards goal and, as James Creed advanced, calmly curled the ball around him from 18 yards out.
    This setback rocked the hosts and there was little goalmouth action until Grant Mawby picked up a ball from on-loan signing Richard Weale from Kettering Town.
    Mawby curled over an excellent cross that found Tanner's head but he could not control the ball and it flew over from close range.
    Seconds later a long clearance by Kevin Fox found Mawby but his first-time shot just went the wrong side of the post.
    Five minutes from half-time, good work from David Hollis and Danny Poultney left the latter cutting in but his cross failed to find a Corby player.
    In the hosts' only worthwile attack of the first half Robert Owen whipped over a vicious cross but it was too high for Marvin Neaville.
    The Brickies only real shot on target came on 56 minutes but Mark Miller's effort proved no real problem for Fox.
    Just past the hour mark, Leon Doughty picked up a flick from Tanner just inside his own half and surged forward until reaching the half-way line. He looked up and saw Hollis running into space and slotted a precision ball through to him.
    Before Creed could react Hollis buried a firm shot low into the bottom corner from around the penalty spot.
    In the closing 15 minutes Corby could well have increased their lead.
    A good move involving Mawby and Tanner let Hollis in but this time Creed just nicked the ball off his toes.
    In the dying seconds Creed again saved his side albeit suffering an injury when denying Tanner.
    Corby's last attack saw Hollis slip the ball to Mawby but his effort was just pushed over for a fruitless corner.
    The home side's programme boasted of four victories in the league out of their last five games. But for the vast majority of the game Fox was merely a spectator as this was another fine win in their happy hunting ground of Kent.
    The Steelmen now have four straight home league games starting next Saturday against Bashley and hopefully these away victories will have persuaded more spectators to come along and give them support.

Corby's man of the match: David Hollis

Final Score: 2-0 Win

Ashford V Corby
An excellent display by Corby Town during which they completely outplayed high-flying Ashford brought them their fourth away league victory of the season.
    The Steelmen had a chance in their first attack following good work by Danum Russell and Danny Poultney. The latter's cross found Leon Doughty but his header flew just wide.
    However, after only six minutes Corby were awarded a free-kick just outside the penalty area for a foul on Jermaine Rainford. The hosts' wall blocked the kick but the ball rebounded to Gavin Cox 25 yards out and he took it in his stride before unleashing a vicious shot low into the bottom corner of the net.
    Their joy was short-lived, though, as in the next minute a mix-up in the Corby defence allowed Matt Bower in and although looking suspiciously offside he had a simple tap-in from six yards.
    Lee McRobert made a good run for the hosts 15 minutes from half-time but his shot was well wide of the target.
    Seconds later Russell threaded a long ball through to Doughty who had time to look up and shoot. But Dave Root in goal saved with his legs.
    A couple of minutes later Cox found Doughty in the clear but as he picked his spot he could only watch in disbelief as Root pulled off a remarkable full-length save.
    With Corby dominating midfield little was seen of Ashford as an attacking force, despite the fact they started the game in fourth place in the league table.
    Ten minutes into the second half Rainford won a tackle on the halfway line and raced away with the home defenders trailing yards behind. But as he shot Root again came to his side's rescue, just deflecting the ball for a fruitless corner.
    The Steelmen kept plugging away and 15 minutes from full-time gained their reward. Grant Mawby wriggled his way into the danger area and yet again Root saved with his legs.
    From the following corner Corby scored. Poultney swung over a precision kick that Tyrone Mintus flicked on at the near post to find the head of the inrushing Dean Tallentire - his powerful header giving Root no chance from close range.
    As Corby calmly played out time, the hosts became more and more frustrated. But they failed to trouble Kevin Fox.
    The Steelmen obviously like travelling to Kent, having won at Tonbridge, Dartford and now Ashford while also drawing at Folkestone. This augurs well for Saturday's trip to Sittingbourne.

Corby's man of the match: Gavin Cox

Final Score: 2-1 Win

Corby V VS Rugby
A dramatic fightback by Corby Town during the last half an hour's play saw them claw back a two -goal deficit despite being reduced to ten men after Gavin Cox saw red for dissent to an assistant.
    A quiet opening gave little hint of what was to follow as Corby struggled to threaten their former keeper Paul Beresford.
    Indeed the visitors took the lead after only 11 minutes play when a long clearance up the wing found Danny O'Toole and he ran on to whip over a perfect cross to the near post where new signing Darren Towers lashed to ball home.
    Corby's ex-Rugby forward Jermaine Rainford was given a rough ride by his old team-mates. But he had Corby's best chance of the first half after wriggling his way through their defence but his goal-bound shot deflected for a fruitless corner.
    Kevin Fox saved at the feet of the dangerous Towers ten minutes from the break as Corby struggled to contain the lively visiting forwards.
    The opening of the second period saw Rugby increase their lead inside the first ten minutes when Tyrone Mintus slipped and allowed Towers a clean run at goal. Fox made a desperate attempt to save but could only watch as the ball gently bounced over the line.
    Seconds after this came Cox's dismissal and things looked extremely black for the home side. However as so often happens the ten men suddenly started playing after they pulled a goal back from a free-kick 20 yards out.
    The kick was awarded for a foul on Rainford with Danny Poultney stepping up and, seeing Beresford off his line, floated a delicate effort just under the bar.
    This goal prompted a fight-back from Corby. Twice Rainford blocked attempted clearances from Beresford from the first he could only watch as his effort went passed the post but from the second block he found Leon Doughty who calmly looked up and picked his spot to draw level.
    With the faithful Steelmen supporters urging their team on Rugby never threatened Fox for the rest of the game.
    Corby manager Lee Adam brought on Grant Mawby with 22 minutes left for his first game in nearly two months and with 15 minutes to go he found himself in acres of space out on the wing before cutting in to hit a venomous shot into the back of the net before Beresford could move.
    The drama was not yet over as Rugby then had Dave Beckett sent off for his second yellow card after wrestling Dougie Keast to the ground.
    Mawby scored his second and Corby's fourth five minutes from time when he picked up a pass from Rainford and lobbed the advancing Beresford to complete a remarkable recovery as the Steelmen lived up to their nickname.

Corby's man of the match: Grant Mawby

Final Score:4-2 Win

Corby V Fisher Athletic
Current league leaders Fisher were given a tough fight by Corby. But in the end the Steelmen were unable to break a sequence which has now brought on win from 18 matches.
    Fisher provided a tough nut in the first half with a lot of powerful tackles going unpunished by the officials.
    However, the first chance of the game fell to Jermaine Rainford when he lost out to Morris Munden in goal.
    The visitors took control of the game for the game for the rest of the first half, creating several opportunities which Corby struggled to keep out.
    Danny Poultney cleared a sliced clearance by Dougie Keast off the goalline then minutes later Poultney hit his own post in trying to clear the ball. From the resulting corner Mark Newson had a free header which he powered in for the opening goal.
    On the half-hour mark Kevin Fox bravely dived at the feet of Steve Portway, just managing to push the ball around the post.
    Corby were rocked back on their heels two minutes into the second half. From an attacking position just outside their penalty area Scott Saunders intercepted an intended pass for Poultney and raced away upfield, feeding an excellent pass to Hamid Barr. He ran on and with defenders near him Barr was able to calmly pick his spot, curling the ball around Fox.
    This setback spurred Corby and they enjoyed most of the play but failed to create any real chances until the hour mark.
    From one of numerous free-kincks Poultney put over a curling ball which found Rainford with his back to goal. A quick turn and low shot brought the first goal for his new club.
    For the remaining half an hour the Steelmen went looking for an equaliser with Andy Evans having a fierce header finger-tipped over by Munden.
    With Leon Doughty driving Corby forward from midfield, ably supported by Keast, it was Corby who looked more likely to score.
    In the closing minutes Danum Russell and Doughty exchanged passes to leave Russell through on goal. He duly ran on and beat Munden, only for the 'goal' to be disallowed for offside. There could only have been inches in it.
    Then in the dying seconds Russell wriggled his way through again. This time he was brought crashing down - but to Corby's disbelief only a fruitless corner was awarded.
    In the end Fisher hung on to grab the points. But they were glad to hear the final whistle.

Corby's man of the match:Leon Doughty

Final Score:1-2 Defeat

Fleet V Corby
Corby Town crashed to defeat at bottom-of-the-table Fleet - despite taking the lead and having three-quarters of the possession.
    The visitors might have taken the lead after five minutes following a good run by Danny Poultney whose pass found Andy Evans. But his shot was blocked for a corner from which new signing Jermaine Rainford head narrowly wide.
    It took the beleaguered home team 20 minutes to mount a serious attack after Richard Tuffey lost possession. But Mark Frampton shot well wide.
    Fifteen minutes before the break only a full-length save by Kevin Fox stopped the dangerous Gavin Smith from opening the scoring.
    Minutes later during a goalmouth scramble one of Fleet's defenders shot against his own post but the ball was cleared to safety.
    Kicking up the slope in the second half Corby took a deserved lead after 47 minutes. Again Poultney jinked his way down the wing, passing inside to Leon Doughty 20 yards out and he hit an unstoppable shot on the volley to open his and Corby's account.
    Despite this setback Fleet did not give up and equalised after an hour's play. A free-kink was awarded near the touchline and the ball eventually fell to Smith who calmly lobbed Fox from 12 yards although Corby's keeper was probably unsighted by players milling around in front of him.
    Worse was to follow for Corby as six minutes later the best move of the match by the home forwards left Aiden Kilner with a clear sight of goal. And he hit a powerful shot in to the top corner, giving Fox no chance from the edge of the box.
    Seconds later only the post saved Corby when Smith rolled a shot across the goal but the ball rebounded into Fox's arms.
    In the closing 15 minutes the Steelmen were virtually camped in Fleet's penalty are but poor shooting by Corby's forwards wasted several good opportunities to at least grab a point.
    With a card-happy referee booking a total of eight players, two of which were Steelmen, all in all it was not a good day for Corby.

Corby's man of the match:Leon Doughty

Final Score:1-2 Defeat

Corby V Burnham
Only a combination of misfortune and missed chances denied Corby Town the victory they so richly deserved.
    Visitors Burnham, fresh from last Saturday's creditable 5-1 FA Trophy victory at Oxford City, were outplayed throughout Saturday's match - but it finished goalless.
    The strong cross wind made good football difficult but the Steelmen created a number of opportunities, most of which fell to recalled forward Andy Evans.
    His first chance, however, after 17 minutes, cam courtesy of Burnham's Keiron Drake.
    Under no pressure, the visiting keeper's sliced clearance presented the striker with a clear sight of the unguarded goal.
    Evans chose to shoot quickly but his effort flew wide. It proved an expensive miss.
    In recent games Corby's defensive qualities have merited praise but while they looked capable of holding terms they rarely displayed the attacking flair that wins matches. This was a much-improved performance.
    Leon Doughty, Matt Deevey and Dougie Keast ably supported the front men, wingers Danny Poultney and Danum Russell provided good crosses from the flanks and sustained pressure brought chances.
    Doughty shot wide from the edge of the area, Richard Tanner tested Drake from Keast's shrewd pass and an excellent run by Doughty set up Poultney as the Steelmen dominated the first 45 minutes.
    Yet the match somehow remained goalless.
    As Corby continued to dictate the game after the interval, the evergreen Keast was behind most of his side's constructive play, demonstrating over and again that there is no substitute for a perceptive football brain.
    Always available in midfield, his prompting and encouragement of younger team-mates was exemplary.
    Nine minutes into the half, Poultney's fine cross was headed narrowly wide by Evans after Keast had fashioned another opening.
    With Burnham content to get men behind teh ball and hang on, it seemed unbelievable that Corby weren't ahead.
    Yet, three minutes later, incredulity was stretched further.
    When Tanner headed Russell's pinpoint centre against the crossbar, Evans seemed certain to score from the rebound.
    Drake somehow diverted his effort back onto the bar, only for the unfortunate Evans to fire over the open goal from inside the six-yard box.
    And to complete a thoroughly miserable afternoon for the young striker, his shot from another Russell cross after 72 minutes struck the post. On another day he would have had a hat-trick.

Corby's man of the match:Leon Doughty

Final Score:0-0 Draw

Corby V Witney Town
A late equaliser deprived Corby Town of maximum points in last night's Dr. Martens League Eastern Division match at Rockinham Triangle.
    The Steelmen got off to a perfect start when they went ahead after only two minutes with Danny Poultney hammering home Danum Russell's corner from close range.
    But despite enjoying a fair share of possession they struggled to carve out many clear-cut openings and keeper Kevin Fox was forced into a series of brilliant saves at the other end.
    He was beaten with just 12 minutes remaining, though, when Darren Teggart rose above the home defence to head into the back of the net. The goal was no more than Witney deserved for their performance.

Corby's man of the match:Kevin Fox

Final Score:1-1 Draw

Fisher Athletic V Corby
Corby Town's trip to the Surrey Docks Stadium ended with nothing to show for their efforts.
    In the first minute a good move by Danny Poultney and Danum Russell came to a halt when handball was given against Richard Tanner.
    For the next 20 minutes the Steelmen struggled to threaten the hosts' goal and, although Fisher made several attacks, their shooting was mostly from outside the penalty area, none of which unduly troubled Kevin Fox.
    The nearest to ta goal came moments later when Tyrone Mintus lost possession just outside of his penalty box, letting in the dangerous Steve Portway. But Fox made an excellent save to thwart him.
    On the half-hour mark a rare attack by Corby ended with Russell shooting weakly at Maurice Munden.
    Ten minutes from half-time a good run by Robbie Maddox down the right wing finished with him cutting inside and drilling a fierce shot that Munden could only parry. But the ball fell to a defender to clear to safety.
    With the pitch cutting up badly good football was difficult but to their credit Corby kept plugging away.
    However, just past the hour mark following a free-kick midway into Corby's half, the ball found Portway. He turned and hooked the ball over a startled Fox from ten yards out in one movement.
    Corby replied with Poultney making a mazy run at Fisher's defenders and as they were left in his wake he hit a low shot that Munden saved at full stretch.
    Portway picked up a clearance on the halfway line and set off in search of goal. As Mintus attempted to tackle him he unfortunately saw the ball rebound off his legs into the path of Fisher's leading scorer. As Fox advanced he calmly stroked the ball home from the edge of the box.
    In the dying minutes Corby created two good chances. But the home team's Lloyd Hume stopped Russell with a blatant handball and incredibly the referee only gave him a yellow card not red.
    Then in the final seconds Russell hit a venomous shot from close range but again Munden made a miraculous save at the foot of the post.

Corby's man of the match:Robbie Maddox

Final Score:0-2 Defeat

This week, we have a report from Fisher Athletic's local newspaper:
It wasn't quite the thrills and spills of Ashford last week, but Fisher's comfortable 2-0 win over Corby Town on Saturday gave them those all-important points to push them up to second in the division.
    Two brilliant goals from Steve Portway, after an hour of gritty if uninspiring football, were enough to sink the Steelmen, who put on a surprisingly confident performance. Portway's double-strike confirms what many at Surrey Docks have been waiting for - he is at last beginning to shine, finding the net six tiems in the last four games and taking his tally this season to an impressive fifteen. Coupled with fifteen from Bry Charles who is also enjoying a purple patch, Fisher have one of the most effective strike forces in the division.
    Going by the book, Saturday's match should have been an easy three points for Fisher, on home ground, and with Corby Town right down in sixteenth place, Alan Walker pointed out in his match notes, Corby haven't conceded all that many goals this season. And couple that with Fisher's nasty habit of tripping up against the smaller contenders and nothing could be taken for granted.
    Walker was right. "They were very organised and a difficult side to break down," he said after the match. "Our final ball wasn't so good but I was impresses with the attitude fo our players." Corby started brightly, using two towering defenders, Glyn Davies and Tyrone Mintus to fire long balls up both wings and the opening 20 minutes saw Fisher struggling to contain the Northamptonshire side.
    On 26 minutes Bryn Charles went close to putting Fish ahead after good work from Steve Portway, winning the ball with a crunching tackle on the halfway line, then slotting the ball through teh middle onto Charles. The burly striker struck well from two yards inside the box and Corby keeper Kevin Fox just tipped over the cross-bar. Three minutes later, it was Portway again who poached the ball out to the right and cut his way in towards the goal, but this time the angle was too tight and Fox was able to block his shot without too much trouble.
    It wasn't all going Fisher's way however, with Corby creating excellent width and Mintus causing havoc every time he picked up the ball.
    With such sharp and aggressive defending, Corby were particularly dangerous on the break and on 39 minutes managed to catch Fisher napping. Danny Poultney raced up the middle and fired the ball over to Robbie Maddox out on the right wing. The young midfielder, who's already found the net several times this season for Corby, blasted at Mo Munden from ten yards and it took an excellent save to deny him. With a minute to the break Richard Tanner spun past Fisher's defencenad only had Munden to beat, but Mark Newson showed real pace to charge across and put in a crucial tackle.
    After the break it was Fisher who began to dominate, with better communication and more accurate passing. Corby's first-half success was largely down to their spoiling tactics, preventing Fisher from getting into their passing rhythm - once they found it, the gaps were sure to appear.
    Sam Tydeman had a go just 30 seconds into play when his fiery shot flashed across the goal and went just wide of the right post. Five minutes later a dangerously-placed free-kick taken by Hamid Barr four yards outside the box inched over the cross-bar. Lloyd Hume, putting in a captain's performance in defence, was harshly booked on 60 minutes when the ball ricocheted off his arm from point-blank range. He misses this Saturday's game against Baldock due to his suspension and no doubt his absence will be felt.
    It took over an hour for Fisher to take the lead, but when Portway finally found the net, it was well worth the wait. Charles was dragged off his feet in the 62nd minute on the edge of the box and Barr quickly took the freekick, chipping skillfully over the Corby defence. Portway chased after the ball, swivelled round and drilled his low shot under the keeper inside the left upright.
    With one behind them, Fish grew in confidence, taking the lion's share of possession in the last half hour. Out of nowhere Gavin Cox had Corby's best chance, when on 69 minutes he jinxed past two defenders and unleashed an explosive shot from 20 yards that Munden saved superbly at full stretch.
    But then Portway struck again to put the game beyond doubt. From a throw-in in Fisher's half, Barr backheaded on the halfway line and Portway picked up the ball a good 40 yards out.
    His run tok him to the edge of the box, where he turned outside two defenders and fired from the right - his shot skimming the ground and thumping into the back of the net just inside the right post.
    Inexplicably, Dougie Keast avoided a booking when, not for the first time in the match, he did his impression of tag-team wrestling on Bradley Gamble - a bad decision by the reg, particularly in the light of Hume's booking. But by this stage Fisher were in clear water and ended the day just one team off the top of the table.
    Baldock next at home - again it should be a comfortable three points in the bag - but if Fish can't inspire half-decent support even now with the excitement of a promotion challenge, when will they?

Man of the match: Steve Portway

Corby V Folkestone Invicta
Corby Town were unlucky to be edged out 1-0 by a controversial goal on Saturday after working hard to contain high-flying visitors Folkestone Invicta.
    Folkestone dominated the opening exchanges, playing with the confidence expected of serious title contenders.
    As early as the third minute Gavin Cox headed clear from under his own crossbar with goalkeeper Kevin Fox beaten.
    The Steelmen were forced to defend doggedly throughout the first half as the visitors pushed forward, and with survival a priority, little was seen of the Corby attack.
    However, despite enjoying almost total possession, Invicta appeared to lack a cutting edge in front of goal.
    Corby's defence was resolute, Tyrone Mintus maintaining his recent good form and Glyn Davies showing coolness and composure.
    It wasn't until the final ten minutes of the half that Folkestone created a series of chances from which they might easily have taken the lead.
    A long range free-kick from Andy Morris struck the post, Nicky Dent brought a fine diving save from Fox and, on the stroke of half-time, the striker directed a free header wide of the far post.
    The second period followed a similar pattern as the visitors maintained the pressure although in a rare Corby break, Cox's perceptive pass created a half-chance for Richard Tanner whose shot was deflected wide.
    Folkestone were undoubtedly the better side.
    Physically strong, experienced and well organised, they looked formidable, but the apparent lack of penetration questioned their ability to break the deadlock.
    That is until the decisive goal which arrived after 63 minutes.
    Without the benefit of television replay it is impossible to confirm strong suspicions that Steve Lawrence was in an off-side position when he latched on to a through pass and beat Fox with a clinical finish.
    But that would be of small consolation to the Steelmen.
    The goal provoked a determined response from Corby who, with growing self-belief, then produced their most effective football.
    Tanner might even have salvaged a point 15 minutes from the end after neat, incisive passing between Danum Russell and Leon Doughty had created the Steelmen's best chance of the game.
    Although undoubtedly disappointed by the eventual outcome, Corby manager Lee Adam can derive some comfort from the knowledge that his developing side came close to holding one of the league's leading lights for the second time this season.

Corby's man of the match:Tyrone Mintus

Final Score:0-1 Defeat

Raunds V Corby
Two sides with a dismal recent record defied expectations with an exciting encounter which saw two goals in the last five minutes earn Raunds and Corby a 1-1 draw/
    It was certainly a quiet opening with Raunds forced to reorganise when Ian Burt's injury took him out of the game when Ian Burt's injury took him out of the game and compelled them to pull Garry Harrison back into midfield.
    Corby debutant Leon Doughty failed to take advantage of a Gavin Cox cross and then Richard Tanner headed wide as the visitors seemed to be gaining the upper hand.
    But the Steelmen had a let off on the half hour; keeper Darren Watts dribbled out of his area, beat a Corby forward and drilled a 60-yard pass to Lee Quincey whose cross was nearly headed in by Ashley Carr.
    Corby had the majority of possession in the second half and played some enterprising football.
    Rob Maddox, Danum Russell and Doughty all played their part as Corby tried to pass their way through a Raunds defence in which Nick Ashby stood unflustered.
    Doughty's involvement will have encouraged Corby's fans as the youngster provided a cross from which Richard Tanner had a shot blocked, another which Cox blazed over after provoking a mis-punch from Watts, and, best of all, a 20-yard shot that thudded against the crossbar.
    But despite seeing little of the ball Raunds had the best chance of this phase when Slinn's turn sent the entire Corby defence the wrong way and let in Bunting with just Fox to beat.
    However the veteran keeper showed the advantage of experience as he turned Bunting's hesitant effort round the post.
With just four minutes left and most of the crowd having settled for a goalless draw another good passing movement led to the Steelmen taking the lead.
    James Miller surged forward from halfway, found Andy Evans on the edge of the box and the substitute unselfishly squared for Russell to drive a ferocious shot into the corner.
    Ninety seconds later came the equaliser. Corby's defence, well marshalled by Tyrone Mintus throughout the game, was unable to clear a cross from the right which fell at the feet of Harrison.
    With measured precision, he lofted the ball over the massed defenders, imparting just enough side on the ball for it to curl a millimetre inside the far post.
(Report from The Corby Citizen)

Corby's man of the match:Tyrone Mintus

Final Score:1-1 Draw

Corby V Spalding
Corby Town's last game this century turned out to be one of their most dismal of recent times, as they crashed 2-0 at home to Spalding.
    The Steelmen struggled to threaten the visitors' goal and it was not until 11 minutes had passed that a weak Dougie Keast shot failed to worry Spalding United keeper Kevin Cross.
    With the Steelmen lacking cohesion, the visitors nearly went ahead after 20 minutes when Gavin Dolby back-headed over Kevin Fox but Keast was on hand to clear the danger.
    At this stage the Tulips goal had never been seriously threatened but following a Corby corner, Cross threw the ball out to Craig Wilson. He turned and raced for goal and as Fox advanced, Wilson calmly took the ball around him to poke into an empty goal.
    Approaching half-time Richard Tanner broke free and as Cross advanced he tried to find the far bottom corner. But the keeper just got his fingertips to the ball to turn it round the post.
    Minutes later Tyrone Mintus headed wide of the target from a good corner delivered by Danum Russel.
    In the closing minutes Corby must have known it was not to be their day as following a good through-ball by Russell, Grant Mawby advanced a few yards and hit a venomous shot 25 yards out. But it crashed back off the cross-bar.
    Then to compound Corby's misery the Tulips broke away. Dave Hercocks header looked to be safely in Fox's hands until Mintus inadvertently deflected the ball over him.
(Report from The Corby Citizen)

Corby's man of the match:Danum Russell

Final Score:0-2 Defeat

Chelmsford City V Corby - Saturday 18th December 1999
Corby's man of the match:Tyrone Mintus

Final Score:1-1 Draw

Corby V Stamford - Wednesday 15th December 1999
Corby's man of the match:Danny Poultney

Final Score:3-3 Draw

Dartford V Corby - Saturday 4th December 1999
Corby's man of the match:Tyrone Mintus

Final Score:2-1 Win

Lancaster V Corby - Saturday 27th November 1999
Corby's man of the match:Danum Russell

Final Score:0-3 Defeat