Hemel Town have the chance to seal their place in the National League South playoffs with a victory against struggling Margate on Saturday.
St Albans City manager Ian Allinson is hoping they can complete their miraculous climb away from the foot of the table when the Saints travel to Wealdstone.
There was cup final heartbreak for Berkhamsted last night as ten-man Welwyn Garden City lifted the Challenge Trophy after a seven-goal 4-3 thriller.
The track and field season got off to a great start for St Albans Athletics Club.
Colney Heath Ladies were powerless to stop Royston Town from clinching the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Division One West title – going down to a 4-1 defeat.
St Albans City Youth held a coaching camp during the Easter holidays.
After their poor showing against champions-elect Mill Lane, Wheathampstead Wanderers bounced back with a 4-0 win at Thundridge.
Ian Allinson’s 13th game in charge defied superstition as his St Albans City side cruised to a 6-0 win over fellow relegation candidates Havant & Waterlooville at Clarence Park.
Harvesters Football Club have been chosen to be a partner club of sportswear giant Nike.
Tring Bowls Club will be holding two open days next month to give non-members the chance to try out their facilities.
Harpenden Town kept their hopes of playing in next season’s FA Cup alive with a huge 2-1 win over Crawley Green at Rothamsted Park.
Kings Langley moved to within one win of the Southern League Division One Central title with a 3-1 win at North Greenford United on Tuesday night.
London Colney kept their faint title hopes alive with a 7-2 drubbing away to Leverstock Green – although they did have to come from behind.
Leverstock Green suffered their worst defeat of the season on Tuesday night, going down 7-2 at home to London Colney.
There were plenty of impressive runs and personal bests as St Albans Striders took on the Brighton Marathon.
Tabard’s fantastic run of form in the second half of the season continued with a tremendous 39-14 win over Welwyn at Cobden Hill.
Old Albanian Rugby Club confirmed they would be in at least a promotion play-off after a comfortable 46-20 win over Old Elthamians at Woollams.
Greenacres Tavern has plenty to celebrate at the weekend as they added their name to the BSFL history books with a thumping 6-1 win over Landrovers in the final of the Intermadiate Cup.
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