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Double Signing Boost for Crows
Double Signing Boost for Crows
Southern League Premier Division Central club Royston Town are determined to continue the excellent progress which saw them in third place before lockdown.
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And manager Steve Castle has bolstered an already strong squad with the additions of striker Jonny Edwards and midfielder or forward Isaac Galliford.

 

Edwards is a 23-year-old who arrives at Garden Walk from league rivals and neighbours Biggleswade Town.

 

He had been with the Waders since January 2020 after joining from National League South side Maidstone United.

 

He had moved to the Stones in June 2019 from former National League rivals FC Halifax Town having been with the Shaymen since the summer of 2018 after being released from Hull City.

 

Luton-born, he started his career with Stevenage before signing his first professional contract with Peterborough United. 

 

He had loan spells with Bishop’s Stortford, Biggleswade, Ilkeston and St Albans City before joining Dunstable Town in 2016.

 

Hull gave him a one-year contract following a successful trail with their under-21 squad and he had loan spells with Accrington Stanley and Woking during his time at the KC Stadium.

 

Galliford (pictured) is a left-sided attacking midfielder of forward who joins the Crows from National League South outfit Hemel Hempstead Town.

 

The 23-year-old signed for Hemel from Royston`s league rivals Hitchin Town in June 2019.

 

He began his career at Luton Town, signing a pro contract with the Hatters as an 18-year-old in June 2015.

 

He made 3 appearances for Hitchin in 2014/15 whilst on loan from the Hatters and played college football for Butler Bulldogs in the USA during 2016 and 2017.

 

He also played for St Neots Town whilst on loan from the Hatters.

 

He signed for Hitchin on a permanent basis in the summer of 2018 and scored 16 goals in 53 games in 2018/19 – form which earned him a move up the non-League Pyramid.

 

 

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Double Signing Boost for Crows
Double Signing Boost for Crows
Saturday 01 August 20 I 08:25:24
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And manager Steve Castle has bolstered an already strong squad with the additions of striker Jonny Edwards and midfielder or forward Isaac Galliford.

 

Edwards is a 23-year-old who arrives at Garden Walk from league rivals and neighbours Biggleswade Town.

 

He had been with the Waders since January 2020 after joining from National League South side Maidstone United.

 

He had moved to the Stones in June 2019 from former National League rivals FC Halifax Town having been with the Shaymen since the summer of 2018 after being released from Hull City.

 

Luton-born, he started his career with Stevenage before signing his first professional contract with Peterborough United. 

 

He had loan spells with Bishop’s Stortford, Biggleswade, Ilkeston and St Albans City before joining Dunstable Town in 2016.

 

Hull gave him a one-year contract following a successful trail with their under-21 squad and he had loan spells with Accrington Stanley and Woking during his time at the KC Stadium.

 

Galliford (pictured) is a left-sided attacking midfielder of forward who joins the Crows from National League South outfit Hemel Hempstead Town.

 

The 23-year-old signed for Hemel from Royston`s league rivals Hitchin Town in June 2019.

 

He began his career at Luton Town, signing a pro contract with the Hatters as an 18-year-old in June 2015.

 

He made 3 appearances for Hitchin in 2014/15 whilst on loan from the Hatters and played college football for Butler Bulldogs in the USA during 2016 and 2017.

 

He also played for St Neots Town whilst on loan from the Hatters.

 

He signed for Hitchin on a permanent basis in the summer of 2018 and scored 16 goals in 53 games in 2018/19 – form which earned him a move up the non-League Pyramid.

 

 

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