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Saturday, May 28, 2016
Holly Sheridan

Colney Heath Ladies fell just short of finishing their season off with silverware – going down 2-1 to Writtle Ladies in the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Division One Cup Final.

The Warriors celebrate their cup win, the second part of the double

St Albans City Youth U18 Warriors have picked up a league and cup double – in their final year of junior football.

The first class of the Ben Herd Pro Performance Academy on a visit to Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park

Life after a professional football career can often leave players in a state of limbo – but Ben Herd is one man who knows exactly where he is going and so far, it’s all going to plan.

London Colney's Sam Doolan was named as manager's player of the year. Picture: DANNY LOO

London Colney held their end of season presentation on Friday with three different players scooping the top gongs.

Archie McClelland
Colney Heath have appointed Peter Waller as head coach. Picture: HARRY HUBBARD

Peter Waller has been named as the new head coach for Colney Heath Football Club.

Harpenden Town
Craig Disley of Grimsby Town and Nicky Wroe of Halifax talk to the Harvester U14 Girls team during the FA Trophy Media Day at Wembley Stadium. Picture: ALEX MORTON/FA/GETTY IMAGES

Harvesters U14 Girls had a day to remember – with a VIP day out to Wembley Stadium ahead of the FA Trophy.

Arsenal stars came out in force on the big night. Photo courtesy Arsenal Media

Arsenal Ladies player Alex Scott speaks of her emotional trip to Iraq to see how pitches mean so much to displaced children.

Danny Welbeck is out with a bad knee injury

Arsenal’s boss talks about Danny Welbeck’s knee injury ahead of this weekend’s Premier League game, and the European Championship.

Arsene Wenger
The netting at the back of Jack Wilshere's property as seen from the front of the house

A spat between an England football star and a multi-millionaire businessman in Harpenden has yet again had mainstream media salivating over the very public fall-out between the neighbours.

Jack Wilshere
Charlie May makes a save from Harry Bushel

Harpenden Town’s season ended in diasappointment with a 3-0 semi-final defeat to Hadley in the Herts Charity Shield.

Jimmy Hill

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