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TOM’S WEEKEND PREVIEW – March 16th & 17th

Hi and welcome to this weekend preview with Royston Town FC, Royston Town Women and Royston Town U23’s.

First up, Royston Town FC host Redditch United FC in the Southern League Premier Central, kick-off at 3 pm. This is our third Saturday consecutive game and after two defeats in a row, we are hoping to get a win this time around. Our last meeting with Redditch United ended in a 3-1 defeat with Kian Harness getting our goal.

 

 

Admission Prices:
Adults £12 / Concessions £8 / U16’s £4
Cash & Card Accepted.

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Address

Garden Walk, Royston, SG8 7HP

Parking is limited and the nearest car park is the Town Hall car park postcode SG8 7XB, prices are:
80p for an hour / 90p for 2 hours / £1.20 for 3 hours / £3.50 for more than 3 hours. After 3pm parking is free.

The clubhouse and refreshments will be open and accept cash and cards.

Next up Royston Town Women are back in league action after a few weeks away and host Bowers & Pitsea Women in the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Premier Division, Sunday with a 2pm kick-off. Last time out Royston Town Women lost 4-3. Our goals came from Amy Josland, Charlotte South and Chloe Holt.

Admission Prices:
Adults £5 / Concessions £3 / U16’s £1

Address:
Garden Walk, Royston, SG8 7HP

Parking is limited and the nearest car park is the Town Hall car park postcode SG8 7XB, it is free to park on Sundays

The clubhouse and refreshments will be open and accept cash and cards.

Last up Royston Town U23’s are back in league action after no game on Saturday and Tuesday’s being called off with a waterlogged pitch. This Saturday they travel to Irchester United, Northamptonshire in the Spartan South Midlands League Division One, 3 pm kick-off. The club was formed in 1883 as Irchester Excelsior (Latin for Higher) the club changed its name to its current name in 1885 and started at Boundless using a nearby working man’s club for the changing rooms. In 1921 they moved to Alfred Street their current home but during World War II their ground was ploughed up and they played at Recreation Ground till 1952 and moved back. The club’s nickname is the Romans.

Admission Prices:
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Address:
Alfred Street, Irchester, Wellingborough, NN29 7DR

 

 

COME ON YOU CROWS!!!

Tom