It’s not often you score four in a season but Curtis Warner of Hatfield Seniors has managed that twice already this season.
There was a perfect silver lining to a windy day for St Albans Athletics Club as the U13 girls shone at the National Cross Country Relays.
Old Albanian produced their best performance of the season to repulse the Redruth attack and claim a 27-10 win in National Two South at Woollams.
Herts Ad Sunday League Premier Division champions Skew Bridge had a rollercoaster ride of emotions as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Blackberry Jacks.
Brookmans Park Res put in a brilliant team performance as they smashed Phoenix Res 6-0 in Division Two of the Herts Ad Sunday League.
St Albans Hockey Club’s ladies got their second win of the season after a hard-fought 3-1 success at home to Southgate.
St Albans served notice to the rest of Herts Middlesex Division One with victory over Finsbury Park – we’re here to win promotion.
Harpenden maintained third place in London Two North West with a well-deserved bonus-point win against Enfield Ignatians.
One of the Herts Ad Sunday League’s oldest and most successful clubs have called time on their proud history.
It would be easy to say Old Albanian snatch defeat from the jaws of victory again but the truth of it is things had gone pear-shaped long before the end of their 18-17 loss at Dings Crusaders.
AFC Rangers’ perfect start to the season in the Herts Ad Sunday League Premier Division is over after Skew Bridge Rothamsted picked up a 4-2 win.
A brand new initiative has been launched to search for the district’s best tennis talent amongst primary school-aged children.
AFC Rangers and Skew Bridge served up a treat for the watching fans with a nine-goal thriller in the Herts Ad Sunday League Premier Division.
Old Albanian got back onto the winning trail with a fine 19-10 success against Old Redcliffians in National League Two South.
Harpenden put the misery of their defeat to Welwyn firmly behind them with a comfortable 36-10 bonus-point win at Hammersmith and Fulham.
Spencer Clarke-Mardel was the day’s top scorer as he bagged six in AFC London Road’s comprehensive 9-1 win over Tansley Reserves in Herts Advertiser Sunday League League Division Two.
Harpenden’s day of celebration came to a juddering halt as Welwyn played the role of party pooper to perfection.
Both the men and ladies of St Albans Hockey Club have started their new season with a bang.
Ollie Pattison has enlisted the help of some of boxing’s biggest hitters as he looks to put a string of disappointments behind him.
It was fourth time lucky for Hertfordshire Cheetahs as they finally won a major British Championship.
Colney Heath Ladies are still unbeaten this season – although they left it ridiculously late against Peterborough Northern Star to preserve that statistic.
Colney Heath were knocked out of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Cup after a 3-2 defeat at Baldock Town where both teams played the second-half a man short.
Brookmans Park ended a long run without a win over NBOB with a fine 2-1 win in the Herts Advertiser Sunday League Premier Division.
Fresh from their comprehensive FA Youth Cup triumph, Colney Heath’s youngsters showed they could do it in senior competition as well following a fine 4-1 win at North Greenford United in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.
A stunning and somewhat shock victory has put the Hertfordshire Cheetahs on the verge of a massive national title.
A fantastic start at home to Cinderford Town was soon forgotten as nine-man Colney Heath crashed out of the FA Cup in a 3-1 defeat.
Colney Heath Ladies began their road to Wembley with a fabulous seven-goal thumping of Hemel Hempstead Town.
Verulam Reallymoving came out on top as the Bovingdon Bomber race series reached its climax.
Old Albanian Rugby Club took to the field in anger for the first time this year as they travelled to Redingensians for a six-team tournament – writes Brian Quinn.