Royston Town Hearts and Diamonds unbeaten at the weekend

PUBLISHED: 09:35 01 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:12 11 May 2010

Royston Town Youth Hearts 2 Letchworth 2 Under-nines IN a thrilling match at home, RTY Hearts were unlucky to go 1-0 down having had the best of the early chances. They were even more unfortunate when a wind assisted goal saw them concede a second before

Royston Town Youth Hearts 2 Letchworth 2

Under-nines

IN a thrilling match at home, RTY Hearts were unlucky to go 1-0 down having had the best of the early chances.

They were even more unfortunate when a wind assisted goal saw them concede a second before half time.

The Hearts were not about to see their unbeaten run end without a fight and Euan Rees soon found the back of the net to put them back in the game.

Sammy Karr and George Turner stayed solid in defence and the midfield continued to pile on the pressure.

As the clock was ticking down, man-of-the-match Turner made a last ditch attempt to get the ball in the box which Louis Harward managed to get on the end of and gave them the well deserved equaliser.

Royston Town Youth Diamonds 1 Letchworth 0

Under-nines

THE Diamonds put in another superb performance coming out 1-0 winners in an exciting match against Letchworth

The Diamonds dominated the game from start to finish and thought they had taken the lead only for it to be disallowed.

However, their determination paid off with minutes to go when Finlay Livingstone unleashed a fierce shot just outside the box giving them the winning goal.

Man-of-the-match was Daniel Goom.

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