Runaway London North West Three league leaders Hackney were given a huge fright by St Albans before winning 26-3 at their Spring Hill home.
Two running clubs in St Albans have joined forces to become record breakers.
Harpenden’s Anna Patten is hoping to take her football career to the next level during 2017 – starting with this week’s England U19 friendlies.
Lobbing a blue smoke bomb onto the pitch near to St Albans City FC players has resulted in a football fan being slapped with a ban from future fixtures.
The big freeze put pay to Harpenden Town’s crunch clash with Biggleswade FC with the match being called off just an hour before kick-off.
London Colney Reserves remained top of the Suburban Football League Central Division with a 3-1 home victory over Ascot United.
Colney Heath found Biggleswade United too hot to handle in the second half as they went down to a 3-1 defeat at Second Meadow in Spartan South Midlands Premier Division.
A hat-trick of tries from Tom King and eight in total lifted Tabard up to seventh in London North West Two after a 48-29 win over Stockwood Park.
Verulamians returned to winning ways with a 71-5 demolition of a plucky UCS Old Boys.
St Albans Athletic Club had another stong showing at the latest round of the Chiltern Cross Country League in Keysoe, Bedfordshire.
St Albans Hockey Club finished their indoor season in fine style in both the men’s and women’s competitions.
A thunderous Sam Merson volley with almost the last kick of the game rescued a point for St Albans City in a rip-roaring 2-2 draw with local rivals Hemel Hempstead Town.
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An impressive second-half performance against resilient opponents saw Harpenden beat Hammersmith & Fulham 26-13 – notching up a fourth successive win in the process.
Junior Morias spoke of his gratitude to all at St Albans City as he returned to Clarence Park on Saturday less than two weeks after sealing a move to Sky Bet League One Peterborough United.
Ian Allinson wants his St Albans City side to emulate Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United team – starting with this Saturday’s trip to local rivals Hemel Hempstead Town.
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