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.
St Albans made it six wins on the bounce with a superb success over promotion-chasing Preston – although they will be left wondering just where they might have been in the table had they not lost four games in the middle part of the season.
A textbook example of a game of two halves saw Colney Heath advance in the FA Cup after a 4-1 win at Tuffley Rovers.
St Albans City Youth celebrated yet another fantastic season with their annual presentation day recently.
Colney Heath’s first Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division game of the season ended with a 2-0 win over near neighbours Harpenden Town.
Colney Heath got their defence of the Herts Charity Shield off to a perfect start – as they roared to a 4-1 win away to Oxhey Jets.
Jamie Regan produced one of the best innings to grace Clarence Park in many a year as St Albans romped to a five-wicket win over Northwood.
Alex Powdrell’s impressive hat-trick proved to be in vain as St Albans Centurions were left to rue a slow start away to Brentwood Eels.
Two Roundwood Park pupils have followed in the footsteps of some of GB’s most-famous athletes by winning titles at the English Schools Athletics Championship.
Over 650 children took part in another successful running of the the St Albans Primary Schools’ District Sports tournament.
While most of the cycling world had eyes on France Verulam Reallymoving were focused on the Belgium side of the border.
A high-tempo game and attractive style of football – that’s want new assistant manager Glen Alzapiedi wants to see from St Albans City this season.
Verulam Reallymoving had Beth and Matt Watson to thank as the pair hoovered up the club’s victories at the Fete du Velo.
It was as if the Big Bash League had landed at Green Street as London Colney edged a high-scoring shoot-out in SHCL Division Five A against Waltham Cross Rosedale.
Harpenden Cricket Club threw open its doors for a first ever girls’ festival to be held on the Common – and organisers hailed it an instant success.
St Albans City Youth’s success at the club’s own small-sided tournament continued with the girls taking centre stage.
Radlett and Harpenden could not be separated as the sides battled to a draw in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division clash at Cobden Hill.
Harpenden picked up their first Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division win of the season in style by beating Letchworth Garden City by seven wickets.
Another poor batting performance saw London Colney slip down the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Five A table with a 49-run loss away to Hertford 3rds.
A disastrous 10-minute spell either side of half-time cost St Albans Centurions dear as they crashed out of the East League Cup.
A brilliant century from Lewis Balcombe was enough to take Preston to an 88-run win over St Albans Cricket Club in Saracens Herts Cricket League Division Two A.
Competing at the high-profile Mr Porter London Nocturne was another important step forward for the Verulam Reallymoving racing team.
St Albans City Youth’s U12 six-a-side tournament almost brought a win for the host club – but the trophy did stay in the city.
St Albans Striders were proudly flying the flag on home roads as the club turned out in force at the St Albans Half Marathon.
Beth Watson beat off the challenge from all four corners of the kingdom to claim another win in Verulam Reallymoving’s continuing year of success.
A Harpenden golfer is one step closer to a round of a lifetime after she won through a regional final of the Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy.
Radlett were involved on one of those rare cricketing occurances in their match away to West Herts – a tied game.
The Herts Advertiser Sunday Football League celebrated the winners for 2017-2018 at their annual presentation evening and AGM.
St Albans Centurions kept their winning momentum going by destroying Bath in an inter-league clash.