Crows smash six in pre-season win

09:48 23 July 2014

Kaan Fehmi

Kaan Fehmi

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football: Royston Town claimed a thumping 6-0 pre-season friendly win over Ampthill Town on Tuesday night.

Ryan Lockett, Kaan Fehmi (two), Glodie Kweme, Gary Hart and Chris Watters got on the scoresheet.

On Saturday, Steve Castle’s men secured a 4-2 victory at Duncan Easley’s Takeley.

The Royston goals came from Lockett, Ross Collins, Kweme and Craig Hammond.

The Crows will open the Southern League Division One Central season on Saturday, August 9, with a home game against Rugby Town.

Royston host a Stevenage XI on Saturday (3pm) in their latest warm-up match.

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