Colney Heath were involved in two highly-exciting games this week leaving manager Micky Nathan to joke “we don’t like quiet games”.
Arsene Wenger admitted to having a “difficult week” following a backlash from fans, in the wake of last weekend’s loss to Liverpool in the Gunners’ opening game of the Premier League season.
FA Cup minnows Harpenden Town are ready for their moment in the spotlight when they travel to high-flying Chalfont St Peter for the preliminary round clash.
London Colney are the early pacesetters in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division after a 2-1 win at home to Tring Athletic.
Harpenden Town have had been handed a home draw in the FA Cup first qualifying round – should they produce another giantkilling act.
Colney Heath’s manager Michael Nathan was satisfied with his team’s effort after they claimed a 1-1 draw in their opening Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division game away to St Margaretsbury.
Super-sub Jon Clements struck twice as London Colney progressed in the FA Cup with a come-from-behind win at Leverstock Green.
Harpenden Town’s first foray into the FA Cup for 11 years continued after a battling 2-1 extra-preliminary win at Cockfosters.
Arsenal Ladies’ Alex Scott believes attack will prove the best form of defence when the team takes on Notts County in the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup quarter-final at the Hive tonight (Friday).
Harpenden Town manager Danny Plumb has announced three new signings.
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