Louwers and Russell fire Royston to win
Royston 2 Bishop's Stortford II 0 GOALS from Ralf Louwers and Owen Russell sealed an excellent home win over Bishop s Stortford on Saturday. In a tightly contested game the hosts took the lead from Louwers short corner strike. Stortford continued to sear
Royston 2 Bishop's Stortford II 0
GOALS from Ralf Louwers and Owen Russell sealed an excellent home win over Bishop's Stortford on Saturday.
In a tightly contested game the hosts took the lead from Louwers' short corner strike.
Stortford continued to search for the equaliser, which remained elusive due to some strong Royston defending and fine saves by Chris Markham, and Royston picked them off when Russell put the match beyond the visitors.
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