Ladies march on
ROYSTON ladies continued their winning streak with a convincing 7-1 win at home to Great Shelford s third team and a 6-2 away win at Gransden s firsts. The men s first team lost 5-3 away to Haverhill, but proved too strong for Huntingdon seconds and crush
ROYSTON ladies continued their winning streak with a convincing 7-1 win at home to Great Shelford's third team and a 6-2 away win at Gransden's firsts.
The men's first team lost 5-3 away to Haverhill, but proved too strong for Huntingdon seconds and crushed them 8-0 at home.
The men's seconds lost 6-2 away to Newmarket firsts, and had another match postponed due to the weather.
Royston mixed seconds team are having a miserable season - literally.
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Their weekend match was postponed due to poor weather, meaning they have now played only one of three scheduled matches in this season's winter league because of bad conditions.
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