Royston defeat bottom-side Woodford

PUBLISHED: 17:24 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:24 17 April 2013

Luke Robins. Picture by Kevin Richards

Luke Robins. Picture by Kevin Richards


ROYSTON Town got back to winning ways last night (Tuesday) with an expected victory away at Woodford United.

Following Saturday’s 2-2 away draw at Guildford, it was vital Paul Attfield’s side got back to winning ways to maintain their play-off push.

And Woodford provided the ideal opportunity.

The Northamptonshire side are marooned at the bottom of the Evo-Stik Division One Central League, having lost all of their 39 games played this season.

There was a period of worry for Royston however, with the sides locked 1-1 at half-time, Matt Standen netting the Crows’ goal.

But in the second half the visitors stepped it up, and a brace from Ryan Ingrey and a Luke Robins strike secured an important three points.

On Saturday, Royston host mid-table Ashford Town (Mddx).


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