Royston to host Brightlingsea in FA Cup

16:07 10 July 2014

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Royston Town have been drawn at home in the preliminary round of the FA Cup.

The Crows will entertain Essex side Brightlingsea Regent of the Ryman League Division One North on Saturday, August 30.

A visit to Southern League rivals Potters Bar Town awaits Royston in the FA Trophy preliminary round on October 18, the winners will play host to Witham Town on November 1.

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