St Albans City moved to within one game of the first round proper of the FA Cup with a comprehensive 6-0 win over Worthing at Clarence Park in the third qualifying round.
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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.
Golfers in St Albans have been given the opportunity to emulate the teams from Europe and the USA in the Ryder Cup – by tackling the Hazeltine course from the comforts of the founder’s club.
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.
Wheathampstead Wanderers cruised into the last 16 of the League Cup with a 8-0 home win over Birchanger.
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.
Verulamians Rugby Club leapt above Old Streetonians to the summit of Herts Middlesex One after a 27-17 win at Cotlandswick.
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.
Harpenden Town showed they were no pushovers as they powered to a brilliant 4-2 home win over league leaders Risborough Rangers.
St Albans claimed their first win of the new season with a comfortable 38-11 victory over Finchley.
St Albans Festival of Sport is here to stay – after yet another successful running at Westmister Lodge.
A Harpenden schoolgirl is preparing to face the might of the footballing world – at the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup.
St Albans Hockey Club have unveiled their new shirts together with their new first team sponsor.
Verulam Cycling Club has been named community club of the year at the St Albans District Sports Awards.
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.
St Albans Bowling Club completed their season on Sunday with a mixed spoon drive match organised by the captain in which over 40 members took part.
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