Wheathampstead in seventh heaven
Heffer hits hat-trick in big win
Lemsford Reserves 1
Wheathampstead Wanderers 7
Wheathampstead progressed to the second round of the County Cup with an emphatic 7-1 derby win at Lemsford.
The home side did not roll over and at half-time the game was tied at 1-1. Inspirational skipper Liam Heffer opened the scoring but a rashly conceded penalty by makeshift full-back Neil Given put Lemsford back on level terms.
After the break Wanderers settled into their pass-and-move style with young Ed Frost, veteran Tom Coates and left winger Mike Bray pulling the strings in midfield. Goals soon followed with Man of the Match Heffer, completing his hat-trick, joined by Coates, Frost, Jason Ling, Alex Vaughan and super sub James Elliott.
- 1 Frustration and anger over St Albans school's change to hairstyle and uniform policy
- 2 'Don't touch my hair!' - tackling hair discrimination against black youngsters
- 3 From St Albans to the Australian outback for The Tourist's Shalom Brune-Franklin in BBC One series
- 4 Hundreds in Herts fined for breaking lockdown rules
- 5 10 filming locations of new Netflix series Stay Close
- 6 Revealed: Hertfordshire's most desirable villages
- 7 Property Spotlight: A striking modern apartment in St Albans
- 8 Town bank building given green light to split into three
- 9 Ricky Gervais' Netflix series After Life filmed in Hertfordshire
- 10 Careers advice for St Albans children in centuries gone by
Wheato will face a sterner test in the next round after being drawn with high flying St Ippolyts.