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Glenn Draper earned Colney Heath a point at Ampthill Town.
London Colney clinced second place in the SSML Premier Division with a 3-0 win over Wembley.
St Albans City brought their season to a close with a 3-0 win over Hayes and Yeading.
Old Albanian’s relegation to National League Two was confirmed today despite a fantastic win over Tynedale at Woollams.
St Albans City bring their remarkable, frustrating and ultimately successful season in the Vanarama Conference South to a close on Saturday when they travel to Hayes and Yeading.
Harpenden batsmen didn’t feature in last season’s minor counties fixtures
With Arsenal facing Chelsea this weekend, football reporters quizzing Gunners boss Arsene Wenger in London Colney today (Thursday) were as interested in his ‘relationship’ with Jose Mourinho as team tactics.
Spurs legends are returning to Clarence Park this weekend for a charity match in aid of Cherry Lodge.
Old Albanian’s new head coach, James Shanahan, was pleased with what he saw in his first game back in charge of the club’s first team.
James Shanahan has been named as Old Albanian’s new head coach following the departure of Andy Holloway.
Nick Lamb starred with the bat as Harpenden got their pre-season schedule off to a fantastic start, beating Hampstead by five wickets.
OAs need five points against Tynedale and hope Cinderford slip up to stay in National League One
The sports teams at the University of Hertfordshire have set a new record by winning nine Southern Eastern (SE) leagues this season.
Darlington Mowden Park 19 Old Albanian 51
A second-half equaliser from Stef Geraldes snatched a point for London Colney against SSML Premier Division champions Kings Langley on Tuesday.
Selection for the Youth Olympics would be the ‘highlight’ of an impressive career for St Albans’ judo ace Dan Mair.
Harpenden Rugby Club’s U18 side beat Bishop’s Stortford by a single point to win the County Cup.
James Gray has been promised a glut of goals at Hayes and Yeading as his players try to hit the targets set by the management.
Every member of St Albans City’s current squad will have a chance to earn a place in next year’s team, according to joint manager James Gray.
St Albans City is running a supporters’ coach to the final game of the season at Hayes and Yeading on Saturday.