‘I want to win the county cup’ roars St Albans City boss

Royston Town's Sam Corcoran is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players in the Crows' ranks. Pic

Royston Town's Sam Corcoran is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players in the Crows' ranks. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Archant

There will be a number of familiar faces in the Royston Town team that travels to Clarence Park but the county cup itself should be all the motivation St Albans City needs according to boss Ian Allinson.

Royston Town's Scott Thomas is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players. Picture: DANNY LOO

Royston Town's Scott Thomas is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Archant

The likes of Joe Welch, Sam Corcoran and Scott Thomas should be available for selection for Steve Castle’s Crows in the Herts Senior Cup quarter-final clash tonight (Tuesday) and Ben Martin would have been too had he not been injured.

But while their appearances will evoke plenty of memories, Allinson insists his current crop of players need to be on their mettle if they are to progress to the last four.

Royston Town's Joe Welch and Ben Martin are two of a number of ex-St Albans City players in the Crow

Royston Town's Joe Welch and Ben Martin are two of a number of ex-St Albans City players in the Crows' ranks. Picture: STEVEN PROUSE/KBO PHOTOGRAPHY - Credit: Steven Prouse/KBO Photography

“I’ve told the players they need to put on a performance against Royston as I want to win the County Cup,” said the boss.

“There will be no resting people, the full side will be out and it is a quarter-final.

Royston Town's Joe Welch is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players. Picture: Kevin Richards

Royston Town's Joe Welch is one of a number of ex-St Albans City players. Picture: Kevin Richards - Credit: Archant


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“Plus there are a lot of ex-St Albans players playing for Royston.

“It’s a game where we have to turn up. Everybody has to be on their game.”

Royston Town manager Steve Castle.
Picture: Karyn Haddon

Royston Town manager Steve Castle. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

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Kick-off at Clarence Park is at 7.45pm.

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