Royston's lose points on league leaders after game called off

PUBLISHED: 09:37 14 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:12 11 May 2010

ROYSTON Town had a free weekend after their game on Saturday at Kentish Town was postponed. The Crows lost points on league leaders Aylesbury as well as Tring and Colney Heath (second and third) as all teams won their respective ties. Next up for Paul Att

ROYSTON Town had a free weekend after their game on Saturday at Kentish Town was postponed.

The Crows lost points on league leaders Aylesbury as well as Tring and Colney Heath (second and third) as all teams won their respective ties.

Next up for Paul Attfield's men is a trip to Hertford Town in the Floodlight Cup on Tuesday evening before they host St Margaretsbury in the Spartan South Midlands League on Saturday.

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