December 5 2013 Latest news:
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.
Joe De La Salle scored an 94th minute equaliser to save Royston Town’s blushes as they let chances go begging in their draw with Northwood.
Royston Town are out of the Herts Senior Cup after St Albans City scored three second-half goals in a 3-1 win.
In what was Paul Attfield’s 320th and final game in charge of Royston Town, his Crows side fell to a 3-1 home defeat against AFC Hayes on Saturday.
Following the news that Paul Attfield has stepped down from his role as Royston Town manager, here chairman Steve Jackson gives his thoughts on the announcement.
Greneway’s Year 7 basketball team are Herts Schools U12 champions for the fourth time in the school’s history.
Melbourn maintained their 100 per cent away record with a comfortable 3-1 win against Duxford Reserves.
Royston Golf Club’s Emily Smith was this week awarded her club colours by ladies’ captain Kath Caunce.
Royston Tennis Club’s annual tournament took place on Friday, November 29 for the weekday morning adult players.
Greneway School’s Years 5 and 6 swimming team beat St Christopher School in Letchworth in the annual meeting between the two sides.
Years of hard work, training and the memory of last year’s very narrow defeat in the final lay behind Greneway’s Year 7 and 8’s motivation to defeat all in their path to the North East Herts Rugby title.