Royston Town Veterans enjoyed a comfortable 4-1 win over Fox & Duck at Barton on Sunday.
Royston Town followed up last Saturday’s disastrous 5-0 defeat at Southern League Central table-toppers Kettering Town with an equally disappointing 1-0 loss in the Red Insure Cup third round to Corby Town on Tuesday.
An away trip to Arsenal or Reading is the reward for Royston Town’s U18s as they defeated Oxford City in the third round in the FA Youth Cup.
Having seen Saturday’s home match at Garden Walk postponed due to a frosty pitch, Royston Town managed to get Tuesday’s Southern League Divsion One Central tie on against Uxbridge.
Royston Town boss Steve Castle listed last Tuesday’s 1-0 home league defeat to Uxbridge as “a low moment of the season.”
Crows boss Steve Castle believes Royston’s last two matches have given him a selection headache for Saturday’s Southern League Central match against Godalming Town at Garden Walk, writes Tom Sharp.
Kaan Fehmi opened the scoring early but The Crows could not hang on as they bowed out of the Herts Senior Cup with a spirited performance against Watford on Tuesday night.
Royston Town’s tiring schedule seemingly caught up with them at the weekend as they fell to a 3-1 defeat at struggling Bedford Town.
Royston boss Steve Castle described his side’s late league defeat on Tuesday night as “a sickener”.
Royston Town chairman Steve Jackson hailed the club’s U18s after reaching the FA Youth Cup third round for the first time ever.
Royston boss Steve Castle feels his side are thriving on the road after their third successive away win secured their passage to the Hertfordshire Charity Cup final.
Royston Town boss Steve Castle hopes his side can put last Saturday’s “calamitous” FA Trophy defeat to Witham Town behind them as they prepare for six consecutive away games in the coming weeks.
Royston Town U18s claimed a 2-0 win over AFC Sudbury in the FA Youth Cup first round proper.
A depleted Royston Town side were knocked out of the FA Trophy by Witham Town, 2-1.
Royston Town boss Steve Castle believes Tuesday night’s win over AFC Hayes will stand his side in good stead ahead of their FA Trophy clash with Witham Town at the weekend.
First half goals from Ross Maddox and Danny McGovern saw Royston Town advance to the first round proper of the FA Youth Cup at the expense of Brentwood Town.
Following Saturday’s loss at league leaders Kettering Town, Royston Town got back to winning ways on Tuesday night with a 2-1 win over AFC Hayes.
Goals from Craig Hammond and Kaan Fehmi ensured Royston Town kept up the pressure at the top end of the Southern League Division One Central.