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Harpenden crashed to defeat in the dying seconds away at Enfield Ignatians.
Jimmy Gray, St Albans City’s joint-manager, says he is still up for the fight despite the club’s precarious position in the Vanarama National League South.
Three yellow cards cost Tabard as a late try from Old Merchant Taylors’ denied them the win.
St Albans Hockey Club Ladies continued their rise up the Conference East table with a 2-1 win over Maidenhead.
A converted try in the dying moments of the game handed Verulamians a big win against Hillingdon Abbots.
St Albans City take a break from their travails in the Vanarama National League South when they head to Suffolk for a FA Trophy tie.
Colney Heath Ladies earned a creditable draw against league leaders Hutton on their return to league action.
Jimmy Gray, St Albans City’s joint-manager, is hoping for a bit of luck after seeing his side go down to Gosport Borough.
St Albans’ relegation fears grew a little more as Gosport took all three points at Clarence Park
Harpenden Bowls Club held their annual end-of-year awards night this month.
Old Albanian player-coach James Shanahan was quick to praise the “outstanding” victory over Taunton – a result which puts them top of National Two South.
Max Malins is hoping his form for Old Albanian will help propel him to England glory.
London Colney’s hopes of a cup run in the FA Vase were snatched away from them by Yaxley.
It wasn’t a happy trip to the seaside for St Albans City.
Old Albanian produced a dazzling display of rugby to leapfrog opponents Taunton Titans at the top of the National Two South table.
Weston-super-Mare gained a modicum of revenge for their FA Cup exit to St Albans City with this 4-1 success in Somerset.
OA Saints made a happy return to Woollams with a 17-5 victory over Beckenham Ladies.
Harpenden produced a stunning team performance to defeat East Division Two South leaders Wapping.
Hertfordshire’s hopes of topping their Inter County Championship short mat bowls qualifying group suffered a blow this month after a 27-13 loss away to Buckinghamshire.
Harpenden Swimming Club remain in contention for National Arena League promotion after the latest round.