Stevenage XI to play at Royston Town in pre-season

PUBLISHED: 15:11 11 June 2014

A Stevenage XI will play at Royston in pre-season

A Stevenage XI will play at Royston in pre-season

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Royston Town will welcome a Stevenage XI to Garden Walk during their pre-season schedule.

The Sky Bet League Two club will send a side to Royston on Saturday, July 26, the hosts will be gearing up for the start of their 2014/14 Calor League Division One Central campaign.

The Crows other scheduled games so far are:

Saturday, July 12: Haringey Borough (A)

Saturday, July 19: Takeley (A)

Tuesday, July 22: Ampthill Town (A)

Saturday, July 26: Stevenage XI (H)

Wednesday, July 30: Hemel Hempstead Town (Herts Charity Cup) (H)

Tuesday, August 8: Cambridge City (H)

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