St Albans City are up to their highest position in National League South since August after a 2-1 victory away to promotion-chasing Havant & Waterlooville.
Harpenden overcame the blistering winds to notch up a 29-19 try-bonus point win away to bottom club Ruislip.
Tarbard put an end to their nine-game winless run with a 17-7 success at Kilburn Cosmos in London North West Three.
Harpenden overcame a shaky first-half to secure a 3-2 victory at home to winless Wapping.
St Albans City secured an important three points in their battle to beat the drop in National League South with a brilliant 3-0 win away to high-flying Bath City.
Colney Heath stretched their lead at the top of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division to six points after a 3-0 win away to Edgware Town.
Christmas came early for Harpenden as they avenged a narrow early season defeat by Eton Manor with a comprehensive 41-28 victory in front of the biggest crowd of the season at Redbourn Lane.
Outrageous fortune had little to do with this narrow defeat at Woollams and the two points gathered from the 26-24 defeat to Barnes at least lifted Old Albanian into 10th - two points ahead of next week's opponents Dings Crusaders.
A double from Lee Armitt moved Colney Heath even closer to the top of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.
Harpenden Town showed they are worthy of their position in the top five of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division as they edged a tight affair with Biggleswade United.
It wasn't perfect but a win is a win and Old Albanian are entitled to be delighted to have won away from home for the first time this season with a 19-17 success at Westcliff.
Herts & Essex Leopards' coach Thomas Baker admitted to disappointment as his injury-hit side went down 108-97 at Thames Valley Cavaliers but believes they are making progress.
Old Albanian can take solace that they were never overshadowed by their high-flying hosts despite falling to a 25-18 loss at Henley Hawks.
Top flight men's basketball comes to St Albans for the first time on Saturday when Essex & Herts Leopards host Worthing Thunder at Oaklands College.
Old Albanian came within a whisker of salvaging a remarkable draw following a thrilling afternoon of rugby at Taunton Titans.
If Old Albanian can replicate their home form away from the comforts of their Woollams base their stature in National Two South will improve dramatically.
Colney Heath suffered shock 2-1 defeat away to Old Bradwell United in the SSML Challenge Trophy.
Old Albanian are slowly turning their St Albans base into fortress Woollams after a second straight home win to open the National Two South season.
Jake Anthony's penalty was enough to earn Harpenden Town a point on the road at Arlesey Town in a 1-1 draw.
Old Albanians may have spent the summer haemorrhaging players but their talented youngsters quickly laid to rest any trepidation among the Wollams fans with a fine 38-19 win over Bury St Edmunds.
St Albans Ladies' historic first Women's FA Cup game ended with a memorable 5-0 win over Hartham United, writes Terry Edwards.
Peter Alban Taylor, a lifetime supporter of St Albans City and joint-club historian for the final 10 years of his life, died on Tuesday, August 27, aged 76.
St Albans Ladies got their pre-season off to a flying start with a 7-0 win at home to Billericay Development.
There was joy for St Albans Ladies as they took the title at the Kempston Rovers six-a-side tournament.
Zane Banton is predicting a successful season ahead at Clarence Park following an impressive start to life at St Albans City for the new signings.
Fleetville Junior School have enjoyed another successful year - getting yet more memorable wins and creating some record-breaking moments.
St Albans City suffered their first defeat in pre-season as they lost 2-0 away to Biggleswade Town, writes Paige Simmonds.
David Noble's return from injury is just one reason for the growing excitement ahead of the new season - as he predicts this could be St Albans City's year.
Captain Nick Lamb was the star as Harpenden claimed a big 141-run win over Potters Bar at The Walk in the Saracens Herts League.
St Albans City's National League South play-off hopes will go the final weekend of the season despite a 2-1 defeat at Concord Rangers.