Six grassroots champions from across the county will be recognised at the Hertfordshire Football Association’s annual awards in Letchworth tomorrow evening.
Two more signings expected before the end of the week
Tom Bruce scored a century to see Shenley Village past Redbourn and into the quarter-finals of the Herts Trophy.
A promising batting display from St Albans lead to nothing but a 10-point haul as the rain caused their game against Watford Town to be abandoned.
The St Albans Bowling Club’s men are through to the next round of the Jones Cup.
Harpenden Bowling Club took victory from Batchwood Hall by one shot in the first round of the Jones Cup.
Herts Falcons punched their ticket to the semi-finals of the BBF Cup with an 11-6 win over Oxford Kings.
Harpenden were bowled out for 93 against Sawbridgeworth chasing 156, and are now eliminated from the Readers County T20 Cup.
Ed Corrie has reached the second qualifying round at Wimbledon for the first time in his career.
St Albans Centurions’ U13 side remains the old unbeaten side in the London League after a 60-24 demolition of Eastern Rhinos.
St Albans Centurions Development Squad could be pushing for first-team places after beating Bedford Tigers A 10-8 on the strength of their defence.
Oaklands College sprinter clocks 10.33 in the rain.
Radlett 2s are still the team to beat in Saracens Herts Division Two A after a draw with Northwood.