Here we go, for another thrilling season
THE Royston Crow Youth League is up and running – and it looks as though it will be another fantastic year for youth football. With more than 200 11-a-side teams and more than 200 mini-soccer sides taking part it promises to be another entertaining seaso
THE Royston Crow Youth League is up and running - and it looks as though it will be another fantastic year for youth football.
With more than 200 11-a-side teams and more than 200 mini-soccer sides taking part it promises to be another entertaining season full of skill, passion, and goals.
Since the league started in 1971, The Crow League has gone from strength to strength and is now the biggest youth football league in the county with more than 5,000 players.
With 25 league winners trophies up for grabs for the under 11-18 teams, will a team from Royston Town Colts, Royston Celtic, or Buntingford Cougars be triumphant?
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Or will the likes of Bassingbourn Youth, Melbourn Dynamos, Ashwell Academicals and Hormead Hares get their hands on the winners' medals? To find out, follow the action every week in The Royston Crow.
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