Royston Town FC

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Stevenage youngster Fejiri Okenabirhie has joined Southern League side Royston Town on a youth loan until the end of the season.

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Crows bang in form for play-off assault

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Scott Bridges celebrates scoring the second goal for Royston

Second-half goals from Scott Bridges and skipper Kaan Fehmi allowed the Crows to secure a come-from-behind win at home to play-off rivals Hanwell Town last Saturday.

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Kaan Fehmi  for Royston

While promotion rivals continue to falter, Royston Town look set to claim an end-of-season play-off place after a gritty 2-0 win and clean sheet at Marlow on Saturday.

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Kaan Fehmi  for Royston

While promotion rivals continue to falter, Royston Town look set to claim an end-of-season play-off place after another gritty win and clean sheet in Buckinghamshire on Saturday.

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Potters Bar's Lamar Simpson challenges Royston's Chris Watters

Royston Town extended their current unbeaten league run to six and home undefeated streak to eight games thanks to Chris Watters’ second-half penalty on Saturday.

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Royston Town manager Steve Castle

Royston Town boss Steve Castle feels his Crows are thriving under all conditions, having faced different challenges in their past two Evo-Stik Southern League Divison One Central victories.

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Ryan Ingrey for Royston

It wasn’t pretty – but the three points were banked by the Crows from a game of few chances on goal from either team.

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James Ewington for Potters Bar, Jack Bradshaw for Royston

Two injury-time strikes from Ryan Ingrey and Jack Bradshaw rescued a draw from the jaws of defeat at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

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Royston Town Manager Steve Castle shouts some orders

Royston Town boss Steve Castle believes there is still “all to play for” as the race for Southern League Division One Central promotion hots up.

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Royston Town manager Steve Castle

Royston Town boss Steve Castle believes his side let themselves down after a lacklustre showing saw them miss out on silverware in the Herts Charity Cup final on Tuesday night.

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Royston Town will hope the Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central playoffs can provide some silverware after losing 1-0 to Conference South side Bishop’s Stortford in the Herts Charity Cup Final on Tuesday night.

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Royston Town manager Steve Castle

Royston Town’s up and down form is baffling boss Steve Castle after the Crow’s suffered a third straight Southern League Division One Central loss at AFC Hayes on Tuesday night.

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With much of last weekend’s live sport falling foul of the adverse weather, Royston Town FC was no exception.

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Scott Bridges celebrates for Royston

Royston Town failed their promotion litmus test as they were hammered 4-0 at Bedworth United in Southern League Central Division One.

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Royston Town v Arsenal

Here are Comet reporter Layth Yousif’s surmises of Royston Town U18s slender FA Youth Cup fourth round defeat to seven-time winners Arsenal on Wednesday night. Do you agree?

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Royston celebrate

It was not the procession many had predicted but in the end it was the result, although Arsenal U18s were made to work for their narrow 2-1 win over Royston Town U18s in the FA Youth Cup fourth round at Borehamwood on Wednesday night.

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Chris Willock of Arsenal breaks past Jake Sheppard of Reading (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) Chris Willock;Jake Sheppard

Hatfield football coach Jay Welsh is gearing up for one of his biggest challenges to date - masterminding a victory over Arsenal in the FA Youth Cup fourth round.

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Ryan Ingrey for Royston

Ryan Ingrey’s first-half goal was enough to secure a fourth straight Southern League Division One Central win for the Crows last Saturday.

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Royston Town U18s are gearing up for the biggest match in their history when they take on Premier League giants Arsenal’s youngsters in the FA Youth Cup fourth round next Wednesday.

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FA Youth Cup

If Royston Town can continue their FA Youth Cup heroics by beating Arsenal in the fourth round on Wednesday January 21, they face a home tie against either League One Crewe Alexandra or Championship Bolton Wanderers in the next round.

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