December 19 2013 Latest news:
Taylor Parr bagged a hat-trick on Saturday as Royston Town, under the guidance of caretaker boss Duncan Easley, thrashed out-of-form Marlow 4-0.
Royston Town have appointed former Birmingham City player Steve Castle as their new first team manager.
Royston Town Football Club and Meridian Sixth Form College has announced a new Football Education Programme for the Year 12 students will start in September 2014.
Royston Town chairman Steve Jackson says he expects whoever he appoints as new Crows boss to maintain a promotion push this season.
Match to be played on week commencing January 6
Ahead of Saturday’s mouth-watering clash away at top-of-the-table Barton Rovers, Royston Town caretaker manager Duncan Easley has ruled himself out of the running for the job.
Cycle Club Ashwell’s Cyclo-Cross racers made the journey into Norfolk for round 12 of the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League on Sunday.
Royston lost 25-13 on Saturday to high-flying Barnet in Herts/Middlesex 1.
Tuesday night saw Royston share the spoils with an in-form Kettering side who went into the game on the back of a 10-game unbeaten run.
A losing bonus point was the only consolation for Datchworth as they fell to a 23-18 defeat away at Finchley on Saturday.
Meridian School took part in their first rugby fixture for at least seven years against Melbourn Village College.
It started out as a way to keep fit but now hooked on the sport, Royston’s Sophie Hughes intends to repay Huntingdon Canoe Club by furthering her coaching expertise for them.