The big freeze puts football fixtures on ice

PUBLISHED: 10:31 12 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:57 11 May 2010

FROZEN pitches across the land put paid to the weekend's football action. Royston Town's eagerly anticipated match against second-placed Kings Langley fell foul to a frozen pitch. The hastily re-arranged game, which was pencilled in because Royston's orig

FROZEN pitches across the land put paid to the weekend's football action.

Royston Town's eagerly anticipated match against second-placed Kings Langley fell foul to a frozen pitch.

The hastily re-arranged game, which was pencilled in because Royston's original opponents Harpenden Town were involved in a cup tie, was called off following an early pitch inspection on Saturday.

Royston's next game, if the weather improves, will be against Winslow United in the Division One Cup on Tuesday evening at Garden Walk.

Paul Attfield's men then take on Tokyngton Manor, also at home, on Saturday, January 17.

Other matches called off at the weekend include: Castle Camps v Foxton, Fowlmere v Gamlingay, Bassingbourn v Sutton United, Wilbraham v Melbourn, Camden United Res v Steeple Morden, Orwell v Litlington Athletic,


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