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Leverstock Green Ladies produced a superb result as they came away from league leaders Colchester Town with a 1-0 win on Sunday.
A youthful Oaklands College Wolves converted their perfect season into silverware with a 73-54 win over Oxford City Hoops to land the Women’s National Trophy.
There were an incredible 77 goals scored in just 11 matches in a crazy morning of action in the Berkhamsted Sunday Football League.
James Comley is in line for his first senior international cap after joining up with the Montserrat squad this week.
Skew Bridge rattled seven goals past PSV to go five points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Mark Hitchcock (three), Tom Warren, Harry Hunt and Gary Findlay (two) scored for Bridge while John Baines replied for PSV.
England Counties XV have appointed Hertfordshire’s Billy Johnson as captain for their international against Scotland Club XV.
Hemel Rovers have made it through to the Herts Junior Cup semi-final after riding their luck in a 3-2 victory against Oracle FC.
U18 East beat local rivals St Albans Rangers 7-2, with goals from Anthony Gosling (four), Bachir Loussahi (two) and Stefano Munoz. Haaris Saleemi was MOM.
St Albans RFC ran runaway London 2 North West leaders Harrow mighty close in a 24-18 home defeat on Saturday.
Walden Ladies booked an Essex FA Trophy final date with Eastern Avenue after demolishing Wickford 5-1 in their last four clash.
George Groom has claimed the most prestigious title in the Cross Country calendar by storming to victory at the National Cross Country Championships.
St Albans City joint gaffer James Gray is cutting an assured presence despite reports suggesting the club’s owners are threatening to walk out on the club.
St Albans City have turned down the chance to have Charlie Smith back on loan.
James Gray is confident his side can turn round his side’s recent poor form and finish the season on a high.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray admitted his side lacked that vital bit of quality after his side’s 2-1 away defeat to Whitehawk on Saturday.
Undefeated super middleweight Myley Cash took his most accomplished scalp at the Harrow Leisure Centre on Saturday.
U16 South beat Borehamwood Crusaders 4-2 in a top of the table clash. The goals came from Dylan Armstrong, Jide Kawandami and Aaron Jacobs (two). MOm was Elliot Lusby-Park.
Bode Adeluola notched a super haul of 43 points and eight assists but it was not enough to prevent Hemel Storm from slipping to a 106-96 defeat to Bradford Dragons.
Old Albanians head coach Andy Holloway is confident his side won’t get complacent as they head into the final six games of the National League One season.
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