There was a super six for Royston Town as they romped to victory over King's Lynn Town in the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Premier Division.

The 6-1 win was their fourth in nine games and lifts them to sixth in the table.

They actually found themselves 1-0 down when a defensive error gifted Lynn the lead inside 15 minutes but they hauled themselves back level seven minutes later when Jordanne Sillitoe won a one on one with the keeper and slotted the ball into an empty net.

Three minutes later Royston went ahead, Poppy Smith firing her shot over the keeper for 2-1.

A third arrived in the second half as Royston took advantage of the slope.

A long ball from goalkeeper Elle Sarter found Charlotte South who in turn set up Sillitoe for a simple tap-in.

Emma Slater made it 4-1 and then got the fifth after reacting quickest when her initial effort was saved.

Number six came in stoppage time when Slater was fouled in the box for a penalty.

South stepped up and despite the keeper going the right way, the ball beat her to find the back of the net.

After three wins on the bounce in the league, the Crows turn their attention to the county cup on Sunday when they go to Stevenage in the Women’s Senior Challenge Cup quarter-final.

Kick-off in Letchworth is at 2pm.