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Scott Bridges looks to shrug off a opponent Picture: David Hatton

Rampant Royston Town notched another four goals on their travels to strengthen their Southern League Division One Central promotion hopes.

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Ryan Ingrey

Former St Albans City striker Simon Thomas struck on his first start for his new club as Royston Town leapt back into the Southern League Division One Central play-offs with an emphatic 4-1 victory at 10-man Ware.

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Hoenes on the ball

The sizeable home faithful were helpless witnesses of a painful false dawn as they endured another disappointing afternoon of ultimate surrender of three winnable home points at Garden Walk on Saturday.

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Royston manager Steve Castle

When you’re fighting at either end of the table, the only thing that matter is the three points and Royston Town’s 1-0 Southern League Division One Central win at relegation-threatened Hanwell Town on Saturday epitomised that very stance.

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Ryan Towner

Ryan Towner’s 61st minute strike was enough to secure a third successive Southern League Divison One Central victory at Hanwell Town and keep Royston Town in the promotion hunt.

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

Chris Watters believes Royston Town’s renewed focus has come just at the right time as the season ticks past the halfway stage.

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Ingrey for Royston

Steve Castle’s confident Crows began 2016 with an emphatic 4-1 Southern League Division One Central win over struggling Aylesbury United at Garden Walk on Saturday to remain hot on the heels of the leaders.

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Scott Bridges looks to shrug off a Chalfont St Peter opponent Picture: David Hatton

Scott Bridges says Royston Town have nothing to fear from their Southern League Division One Central promotion rivals and believes the league title is still an achievable objective this season.

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Royston manager Steve Castle

Royston Town boss Steve Castle felt his side’s comprehensive 2-0 victory over promotion rivals St Ives Town at Garden Walk on Boxing Day was the perfect response to spectacularly dropping two points at Kings Langley in their previous Southern League Division One Central encounter.

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Ingrey for Royston

Jack Bradshaw’s penalty and substitute Erkan Okay’s late effort sealed a fine 2-0 victory for Royston Town over 10-man St Ives Town which propels them back into the Southern League Division One Central playoffs.

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Ryan Ingrey

Ten-man Royston Town squandered a three-goal lead twice as they shared the points at promotion rivals Kings Langley.

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Royston manager Steve Castle

Steve Castle was left to rue a decision to tinker with his side in an eventual 2-1 Southern League Division One Central home defeat to promotion rivals Chalfont St Peter at Garden Walk on Saturday.

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Scott Bridges looks to shrug off a Chalfont St Peter opponent.  Picture: David Hatton

Tony Mendy’s last-minute Garden Walk winner put in a dent in Royston Town’s Southern League Division One Central title hopes with the hosts losing 2-1 to Chalfont St Peter on Saturday.

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Despite the two-division difference and trailing 3-0 at one point of the first half, Royston put on quite the show at their Vanarama National League South hosts and almost snatched the most unlikely of Herts Charity Cup semi-final victories much to the delight of manager Steve Castle.

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Hoenes

Rhys Hoenes’ outstanding hat-trick helped the Crows boost their automatic promotion hopes at high-flying Diamonds.

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Royston manager Steve Castle

Steve Castle praised his side’s second-half attitude as Royston Town battled back to claim a 2-2 draw at Barton Rovers in Southern League Division One Central on Tuesday night but knows it could, and most probably should have been more.

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May threads a pass through for Royston

Royston Town showed great second half resolve to come from a goal down but could not secure all three points as they drew 2-2 at mid-table Barton Rovers tonight (Tuesday).

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Scott Bridges in action for Royston

Having suffered a patchy month of results in league and cup, Steve Castle was relieved his side “got out of jail” with a late victory at second-bottom Leighton Town on Saturday.

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Ryan Towner

A calamitous first minute penalty gift was the start of a dismal afternoon for Royston Town knocked out of the FA Trophy by Ryman League Division North side Tilbury 4-2 on Saturday.

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Ryan Ingrey for Royston

Steve Castle’s men bounced back from two successive defeats to see off nine-man Bedford Town and move back into the Southern League Division One Central top two at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

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