A hat-trick from ex-Berkhamsted striker Louis Bircham gave Paul Hobbs victory in his last game in charge of Sun Sports as they beat the Comrades 3-1 on Saturday.
Hemel Town boss Dean Brennan experienced his ‘worst 20 minutes in management’ after watching his side’s National League South playoff dreams come to a shattering end against Whitehawk.
Tring Athletic ended their SSML Premier Division campaign with a creditable 2-2 draw as they fought back from behind twice against an in-form Hadley side.
Cinderford struck late on – thanks largely to the influential Sammie Hicks – to beat Kings Langley 2-0 in the Southern League Division One Champions match.
Doves United have won the BSFL Senior Cup final after beating AFC Boars at Vauxhall Road in front of a decent sized crowd.
Berkhamsted were caught coasting against a team just above them in the league table on Saturday as Hoddesdon scored two late goals to snatch a 2-2 draw.
Tring Athletic had plenty to celebrate on Saturday after their first team won convincingly at second placed London Colney while their reserves were lifting the Suburban Challenge Plate trophy.
An excellent Hadley side won 4-1 at Pancake Lane to inflict a fourth straight league defeat on Leverstock Green.
Hemel Hempstead’s bid to reach the National League South play-offs were dashed as they lost 3-0 to Whitehawk on Saturday afternoon.
Ian Allinson has said he didn’t care how St Albans City got the win as long as they got it – but a 4-0 win over Dartford was some way to make sure of their Vanarama National League South status.
St Albans City will be playing in the Vanarama National League South again next year after a 4-0 win over Dartford at a packed Clarence Park.
A 20-point blitz in the opening 10 minutes of the second half was enough to give Verulamians a comfortable 46-10 win over Watford in the final of the Herts President’s Trophy.
Newly promoted Kings Langley FC are on the hunt for a new club chairman following the announcement that Derry Edgar is to step aside from the role that he has occupied for more than 20 years.
Hemel Town know that only a win will be good enough as they prepare to face Whitehawk in a playoff shootout at Vauxhall Road on Saturday.