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OA Saints kept their perfect start to the season intact with a 31-22 away win over Hampstead.
A week of deep soul searching and not a little anguish followed the listless display against Loughborough Students, writes Brian Quinn.
John Frendo’s unselfish play has drawn praise from his manager.
Colney Heath Ladies progressed to round two of the County Cup in style with a 7-0 thrashing of Watton.
Colney Heath are looking for a new manager following the departure of Wes Awad.
Harpenden Golf Club’s incoming captain John Rhead’s wallet took a thrashing at the weekend when he hit a hole in one and then toasted his forthcoming year.
Harpenden Golf Club’s ladies regained the Ovaltine Scratch Team title for the first time in years after beating Bishop’s Stortford.
Verulamianss RFC’s U14s came out on top 47-0 in a friendly against Watford.
Harpenden Arrows running club had its annual away marathon trip over the weekend where 14 members ran the Mizuno Amsterdam Marathon, Half Marathon and 8K races.
Verulamians may have lost on the day they officially opened their new clubhouse, but they showed that the rugby on the pitch will match their excellent new facilities after running league leaders Kilburn Cosmos the wire.
Five unanswered goals saw Harpenden continue their upward ascension in East League Division 2S while heaping more misery on basement side Letchworth 2nds.
Aldwickbury Park Golf Club teenager Rory Superfine has been granted a scholarship at Brocket Hall.
Sean Shields and Steve Wales were on target as St Albans City beat Weston-Super-Mare in the Vanarama Conference South on Saturday.
St Albans City have extended Sean Shields’ loan deal by another month.
Striders’ men finished in the top 20 at the Southern Cross Country 5km relay championships, held at Wormwood Scrubs on Saturday.
St Albans Hockey Club’s ladies’ 2nds took centre stage at Oaklands on Saturday as they registered an emphatic 6-0 win over Maidstone 1sts.
Nine-man Colney Heath held off league leaders Berkhamsted to stop a two-game slide on Saturday.
Lee Chappell was named St Albans City’s player of the month for September.
Paul Bastock is back in the Southern League Premier Division after securing a move to St Neots Town.
Harvesters U11s North drew 1-1 away against Belmont FC with the only goal scored by Daniel Busby.
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