A running club from Harpenden is celebrating its 10th anniversary but is already turning its eyes to the future.
New London Colney manager Ken Charlery says there is a long way to go but the welcome and the early stages at the club has been good.
A second win in two weeks against a top four side saw St Albans beat Bishop’s Stortford and move to fifth in Division Two A.
A thoroughly well-attended and supported Fete du Velo in Redbourn was also a happy hunting ground for host club Verulam Cycling Club and their racing arm, Verulam ReallyMoving.
Richard O’Toole marked his return to first team action after a three-year absence with a match-winning knock against Preston at Clarence Park.
More than 80 St Albans Striders ran together against five other local clubs in the final scoring match of the 2017 Scott’s Travel Mid Week Road Race League, in Chingford – and came home with the title for a staggering sixth successive season.
A century from Ben Clements helped propel Harpenden Cricket Club back into the play-off hunt in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division.
Sam Merson knows that this is big season for both him and St Albans City – and he has aspirations of furthering his career and reaching the football league.
London Colney stayed top of SHCL Division Six A with a five-wicket win over Old Finchelians 2nds.
Gary Nugent was a delighted man as he deilvered his first win for Verulam Reallymoving racing team.
It was a day to forget for St Albans Cricket Club’s first team as they slumped to a nine-wicket loss at home to Knebworth Park.
St Albans Centurions U13s are the toast of the club after victory in their final league game of the season handed them the London League title.
St Albans City have been handed a couple of money-spinning home matches after the fixtures for the National League South season were released.
Summer tournaments are the focus for St Albans City Youth at the moment – and they are enjoying plenty of success.
St Albans fell to a 64-run defeat that pulls the Clarence Park Cricket Club closer to the relegation places in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Two A.
New Old Albanian Rugby Club boss Gavin Hogg is delighted to be at the reins at Woollams – and believes the club have ever right to be battling at the top end of National One.
St Albans Acthletics Club are hoping to crank up the excitement ahead of what promises to be a huge summer of athletics in the UK.
St Albans Centurions suffered another narrow defeat – this time going down 24-22 on a baking hot day against North Herts Crusaders at Toulmin Drive.
London Colney remained top of SHCL Division Six A after a fourth victory of the season.
Paul McGrath’s second place in Luton Cycling Club’s Neil Gardner Memorial Road Race on Saturday was the highlight of yet another good week for Verulam ReallyMoving.com racing team.
Verulam ReallyMoving Racing Team held their very own road race for the first time – with Clay Davies the first Verulam rider home in fifth at Cranfield.
St Albans Centurions are through to the semi-finals of the East of England Cup after a comprehensive victory away to Milton Keynes Wolves.
Clay Davies followed his first place at the Milton Keynes Central League road race last week with a fine third at the Finchley RT race, near Royston.
It was all about 10k races for St Albans Striders this week in a number of different locations.
St Albans Centurions recorded their first win of the East Rugby League season at a sodden Brentwood Eels.
With three of the four St Albans Cricket Club sides falling victim to the wet weather, focus turned to the second team – and they didn’t disappoint with victory over Ickleford 2nds.
St Albans Hockey Club will be the venue for three games as part of the nationwide Hockey for Heroes OpStretcher Tour.
St Albans Disability squad were impressive form as they finished in the FA People’s Cup – and they are already planning on going even better in next year’s competition.
The milestones keep coming for the fledgling Verulam ReallyMoving cycling team – with the squad claiming their first one-two on Sunday.
London Colney hit the top of Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Six A with a convincing 84 run victory over Cockfosters 2nds.
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