Royston Town get set for Hemel clash

PUBLISHED: 11:31 30 July 2014 | UPDATED: 11:57 30 July 2014

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Steve Castle

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Royston Town are scheduled for their first competitive game of the season tonight (Wednesday) when they host Hemel Hempstead Town in the first round of the Herts Charity Cup.

The game will start at 7.45pm at Garden Walk.

It should provide a tough test for Steve Castle and his Crows outfit.

Hemel were promoted to the Conference South after winning the Southern League Premier Division.

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