Cambridge and Nightingale sign on at Royston Town

PUBLISHED: 09:57 15 May 2013 | UPDATED: 16:04 15 May 2013

Adie Cambridge and Robbie Nightingale with Paul Attfield. Picture by Simon Rasch.

Adie Cambridge and Robbie Nightingale with Paul Attfield. Picture by Simon Rasch.

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Royston Town FC have their first signings of the summer

Cambridge City duo Adie Cambridge and Robbie Nightingale have joined up with Crows boss Paul Attfield after being impressed with the ambitious Herts outfit.

Cambridge (38) and Nightingale (32) have both been prominent members of Evo Stik Southern Premier Division neighbours Cambridge in recent seasons and were both instrumental players in Histon FC’s rise through the non league pyramid system up to the Football Conference Premier Division.

Both have penned two year deals until the end of season 2014/15 and are the first new summer signings made by manager Attfield in an attempt to strengthen his squad further after an impressive seventh placed finish in their debut season in the Evo Stik Southern Central Division, missing out on a play-off spot by just two points.

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