Steve Castle has told his Royston Town side to be more clinical and finish teams off following last night’s 2-1 derby win over St Neots Town.

The Crows were 2-0 up just 17 minutes in after John Frendo opened the scoring with a brilliant half volley from the edge of the area into the top corner, followed by a Lee Chappell free kick from near the right-hand touchline which evaded everyone, including Saints keeper Mike Emery, to sail into the same corner.




Castle’s men could have been five goals up by the break as they cut through their visitors at will, with Adam Marriott, Ed Asufu-Adjayi and Sam Corcoran all going close to putting the game to bed before half time.

But the tables were turned in the second half as Saints suddenly found their feet while Royston took their feet off the gas, and although Lewis Irwin pulled one back for the visitors late on, the Crows held on to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat at Chesham.


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