Gallery: Crows secure the Division One double

PUBLISHED: 13:00 05 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:02 11 May 2010

Double winners

Double winners

ROYSTON Town completed the double on Saturday by beating Ampthill in the final of the Division One Cup. Having already clinched the Division One title this season, and with it a spot in the Premier Division next year, Royston were strong favourites for th

ROYSTON Town completed the double on Saturday by beating Ampthill in the final of the Division One Cup.

Having already clinched the Division One title this season, and with it a spot in the Premier Division next year, Royston were strong favourites for the tie and ran out 2-0 winners.

Played at Biggleswade Town FC, 420 spectators saw Luke Robins open the scoring for Royston when he followed up a parried Craig Hammond strike and in the second half Tom Malins put the game to bed when his angled effort found the top corner after Gregg Jackson had earlier hit the post.

Royston could add another two trophies to their bulging trophy cabinet this season.

They play Tilbury in the semi-final of the East Anglian Cup this evening (Tuesday), before facing Broxbourne Borough in the final Herts Charity Shield Final on May 12.

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