Royston Town FC

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Royston Town will be thrust straight back into the fray of competitive matches should the government’s restrictions end as planned.

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Royston Town will be back at Garden Walk for the first round of the FA Trophy – with familiar faces providing the opposition.

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The smiles are back at Royston Town and they will head into their FA Trophy clash with Hythe Town full of confidence.

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Royston Town will begin a new assault on the FA Trophy at Garden Walk – hoping to make even more wonderful memories.

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Royston Town’s search for a first Southern League win goes on after an incredible fifth draw from the opening six games – but this one away to Tamworth came with a much better performance according to manager Steve Castle.

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The cause of Royston Town’s inglorious exit from this year’s FA Cup was easy to identify according to manager Steve Castle – simple football not done correctly.

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Royston Town crashed out of the FA Cup with a hugely disappointing 3-0 defeat at Bishop’s Stortford.

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Steve Castle has praised the attitude of his Royston Town squad – even if their home game with Stourbridge ended in yet another draw.

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Royston Town will be on the road after the draw for the third qualifying round of the FA Cup was made.

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Royston Town are through to the third qualifying round of the FA Cup – but the performance and manner of victory against Stamford left assistant manager Chris Watters exasperated.

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Royston Town have been handed a third home game in a row after the draw for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup was made.

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Royston Town continued the competitive part of the season unbeaten but found both games to contain the same valuable lesson – this year they are going to have a target on their back.

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Royston Town will start their FA Cup campaign for 2020 at home following the draw for the first qualifying round.

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Royston Town will open the new Southern League Premier Division Central season at home after the fixtures for 2020-2021 were revealed.

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Fans will be allowed back into non-league football grounds from this weekend – providing they stay below a maximum capacity.

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Royston Town boss Steve Castle has praised the club’s two new signings for the speed at which they have settled in at Garden Walk – saying that is vital if the Crows are to achieve their goals this season.

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