A Harpenden schoolgirl is preparing to face the might of the footballing world – at the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup.
James Mark Owen grabbed his first hat-trick of the season for New Jacks as they defeated Rickmansworth Town Sunday 5-2 in the Herts FA Sunday Cup.
Wheathampstead Wanderers cruised into the last 16 of the League Cup with a 8-0 home win over Birchanger.
In a week where the world of football has been rocked by scandal after scandal, there was a far calmer scene today (Friday) at Arsenal’s training base in London Colney.
Harpenden Town showed they were no pushovers as they powered to a brilliant 4-2 home win over league leaders Risborough Rangers.
Colney Heath Ladies put last week’s disappointing FA Cup exit behind them with an excellent 1-0 League Cup win to Hutton in Essex.
St Albans City Youth Deaf Football Club came out on top of their first home league match in the England Deaf League winning 2-1 against Brighton.
Ten-man London Colney fought back from a goal behind to claim a 2-1 win over Stotfold – and the hosts may look back on this as a key result come the end of the season.
The FA Vase holds a special place in the hearts of the Nathan family – and Colney Heath manager Micky hopes his side can add to those memories.
Colney Heath’s reward for reaching the first round proper of the FA Vase is another home tie.
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