Crows face Bedford test

PUBLISHED: 17:25 10 January 2008 | UPDATED: 14:21 04 May 2010

ROYSTON aim to continue their march up the table on Saturday, when they face Bedford at Garden Walk, kick-off 3pm. It will be a tough challenge for Paul Attfield s men, as Bedford sit one place above Royston in the league, with three more points, but havi

ROYSTON aim to continue their march up the table on Saturday, when they face Bedford at Garden Walk, kick-off 3pm.

It will be a tough challenge for Paul Attfield's men, as Bedford sit one place above Royston in the league, with three more points, but having played two games more.

They are one of two sides who have yet to draw a game this season, and with the Crows now having the joint second best goal ­difference in the league, a positive outcome seems likely.


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