St Albans City captain David Noble will now combine his playing duties with those of a coach after being handed a backroom position at Clarence Park.
Colney Heath’s march up the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division continued with a fine 3-0 home win over Edgware Town.
FA Trophy heroes Potters Bar Town will be on their travels again – if they can get past Hereford in their replay.
Colney Heath’s revival goes from strength to strength with a third successive win shooting them up the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.
The lack of a clinical edge was the only difference between St Albans City and Vanarama National League South leaders Dartford according to manager Ian Allinson as Saints fell to a 2-1 defeat at Princes Park.
Luke Barber’s four tries was the standout performance in a number of fine individual efforts as Harpenden kept up their relentless charge at the top of London North West Two with a 75-0 win at Tabard.
Ian Allinson cut a frustrated figure after St Albans City were dumped out of the FA Cup by Boreham Wood – saying the big decisions didn’t go their way.
After the baptism of fire of year one in the Women’s British Basketball League, Oakland Wolves came into their second season looking for improvements.
St Albans City’s run in this year FA Cup came to an end in the front of the BBC cameras as Boreham Wood clinched a 3-1 victory.
Colney Heath will be at home but there’s an away trip for Harpenden Town looming after the draw for the early rounds of the FA Vase were revealed.
The opening rounds of the FA Youth Cup have been drawn with plenty of interest across Hertfordshire.
London Colney Football Club have been saved from extinction – and have turned to a former St Albans City man to guide them back to the top of the table.
London Colney Football Club could be on the verge of folding – if a new committee is not found by Monday.
A familiar face to St Albans City will be in the opposite dugout when the new Vanarama National League South season kicks off in August.
London Colney and Potters Bar Town will be playing their in Ryman League Division One North after the allocations for step one to four of the non-league pyramid were announced.
St Albans City have made their first foray into the transfer market this summer to sign Enfield Town defender Harold Joseph.
Verulamians capped a superb season with a successful defence of their Herts Presidents’ Trophy crown against Barnet Elizabethans at Allianz Park.
Old Albanian gave the departing members of their squad – including player-coach James Shanahan – the perfect send off with a bonus-point 29-24 win over Blaydon at Woollams.
Harpenden Town all but confirmed their promotion to the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division after a hard-fought 2-1 win over Codicote.
A successful cycling club in St Albans has launched its own racing team ahead of the new season.
One-nil to the Arsenal may be the cry most are familiar with but Wealdstone were pretty close to claiming that chant for their own – that was until two late goals spoilt the narrative.
Harpenden skipper Oli Lacey said the 16-11 home victory over Hampstead was arguably their best performance of the season.
The girls just edged the boys again in what was another wonderful week for St Albans City Youth.
James Shanahan has shocked Old Albanian Rugby Club by announcing he will leave Woollams at the end of this season.
Having just missed out on promotion last season, Greenwood Park Cricket Club are gearing up for another tilt this time around.
St Albans City’s long trip to Poole Town ended in a narrow 1-0 defeat but the manner of the performance was enough to give manager Ian Allinson plenty of hope for the rest of the year.
London Colney put in another goal-laden performance to stay top of the SSML Premier Division.
A fifth win on the spin for Colney Heath Ladies has lifted them level on points with Eastern Region Women’s football League Division One leaders Cambridge City.
Radlett will start their attempts to reclaim their Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division title with a trip to Hertford after the fixtures for the new season were released.
St Albans City’s Jamie Cureton has been named the Harpenden Construction Limited player of the month for January.
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