Royston still to play first match of 2014

15:48 08 January 2014

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Royston Town FC have had all three of their scheduled games in 2014 so far postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

The Crows were down to face St Ives Town in the Calor Southern League Division One Central on New Year’s Day only for that to be called off.

And it was the same story for Saturday’s planned clash with Egham Town at Garden Walk.

Last night’s (Tuesday’s) Red Insure Cup tie at home with Aylesbury United suffered the same fate.

Royston will be hoping for better luck at the weekend as they are due to visit Uxbridge in the league.

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