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Saturday, February 6, 2016
Jason Slough
Keith Harland of Brookmans Park Res heads over the St Albans Royals bar

Snug Bar qualified for their first-ever County Cup semi-final with a 4-0 win over Broxbourne Bears in the Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup.

Jimmy Hill saw a late chance go wide against Hatfield Town. Picture: DANNY LOO

Harpenden Town fell to a surprise defeat away to 10-man Hatfield Town.

Tom Mardle
Jon Clements (in red) saw his second-half penalty saved. Picture: JIM WHITTAMORE

London Colney missed out on a place in a cup final in heartbreaking circumstances – losing on penalties to Hoddesdon Town.

Charlie Smith
Arsenal'sTolaji Bola in action at St Albans School, before signing a new contract with the club

Arsenal’s recent signing of a St Albans schoolboy has not surprised his former coach who reckons his “amazing speed and footwork” will take the teenager far.

St Albans School

Bish back as Saints win

Saturday, January 30, 2016
St Albans deaf side got their second win of the season against Brighton

St Albans City Youth Deaf grabbed their second win of the English Deaf League season with a 4-2 success against Brighton DFC.

Stonewood Reserves look to ge the better of Athletico Quat

For the first time in a number of weeks there was almost a full compliment of fixtures in the Herts Ad Sunday League.

Jason Slough
Looking forward to this weekend's game. Photo courtesy Twitter/@aaronramsey

Retirement and a life away from football are not on the cards for Arsene Wenger, who today (Friday) pledged he would “always work”, after being quizzed about his post-Arsenal career.

Arsene Wenger
Jon Clements' goal snatched the win for London Colney. Picture: JIM WHITTAMORE

A goal by substitute Jon Clements in the last minute of the game handed London Colney a hard-fought 2-1 win over near-neighbours Welwyn Garden City in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.

Lee Close
Jimmy Hill pokes a shot just the wrong side of the post. Picture: KEVIN LINES

Harpenden Town fought back from 2-1 down to pick up a 4-2 win at home to Arlesey Town Reserves – in their first game for five weeks.

Ben Warren
Russell Gallagher scored twice as London Colney beat Berkhamsted. Picture: JIM WHITTAMORE

After two successive defeats London Colney found the winning feeling again with a fine 3-1 success away to Berkhamsted.

Russell Gallagher

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