Mixed results for Royston Town Youth
Royston Town Youth A 3 Whitethorn Wanderers Reds 5 Under-10s ROYSTON Town Youth under-10s paid the price for poor defending in their opening game of the season. A bright start saw Royston take a 2-0 lead with both goals from Mickey Baulk but the visitors
Royston Town Youth A 3 Whitethorn Wanderers Reds 5
ROYSTON Town Youth under-10s paid the price for poor defending in their opening game of the season.
A bright start saw Royston take a 2-0 lead with both goals from Mickey Baulk but the visitors then scored four goals before the break.
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Royston tried hard to get back in the game with a good goal from Max Logan but Whitethorn sealed the win to make the final score 5-3.
Royston Town Youth B 1 Whitethorn Wanderers Blacks 0
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A good second half goal by Lewis Anderson from a Jack Davis pass gave Royston Town Youth Under 10 B team victory in this close fought match.
Joe Burn was excellent in defence throughout and fine midfield work by Matt Bailey and Joe James made sure Royston didn't concede.
Wymondley Park 3 Royston Town Youth C 3
It was a game of two halves for Royston Town Youth under-10 C team going in 3-0 down at half time.
A better performance in the second half saw a much improved team performance which was rewarded with good goals from Tom Turner, Will Tucker and a screamer from Callum Leake which brought the scores level.