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St Colmcilles Ladies Gaelic Football Club secured first place in the Glo-Herts League table after beating Claddagh Gaels at Cotlandswick.
Wheathampstead picked up their first win of the season, a 124 runs win over Knebworth Park in Saracens Herts Division Three.
Seb Morris endured a frustrating start to his GP3 season, crashing out of race one and finishing at the back in the second in Barcelona.
St Albans City Youth U9s ‘absolutely smashed it’ on Saturday when they were crowned winners of the prestigious Hatters Cup event, the UK’s annual biggest youth football tournament held at Luton Town Football Club’s stadium.
Old Albanian’s U11 side is preparing to share the Twickenham turf with their idols later this month, and coach Julian Skeels knows his players will relish every second of the experience.
U15 East hit London Colney Colts for six to win the Spring Cup.
Harpenden’s Sarah McKenna has been named in the England Women’s Sevens team for the final round of the World Series in Amsterdam this week.
St Albans City want James Comley to switch to centre-back should he re-sign for the club.
U11 Sharks topped off a successful season in style by winning the League Cup Final 2–0 against East Herts Youth on Saturday.
Harvesters U12 North have been crowned the club’s most successful team to date after winning the Challenge Cup on Sunday.
Ben Kelly scored six goals as St Albans City Deaf YFC picked up two friendly wins.
Verulam Golf Club’s academy director, Laurence Allen, narrowly missed out on the Herts Open title, losing by two shots to James Jankowski.
Jose Sosa gave his arm a rest on Sunday but still had a say in the Herts Falcons’ 15-1 win over South London Pirates.
While Maro Itoje may have been gaining the plaudits this season, there is no danger of it going to his head according to teammate Billy Vunipola, who believes the second-rower has all the credentials to be a future Saracens captain.
Hertfordshire remain top of group two in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy despite a five-wicket loss to Suffolk.
Radlett Women suffered their first defeat in the Southern League since September 9, 2012 following a 36-run loss at St Lawrence and Highland Court.
Dan Roe put in a captain’s innings as Redbourn beat North Enfield by 43 runs at Strayfield Road.
Radlett 2s made it two from two in Saracens Herts Division 2A with a four wicket win over Ickleford.
Greenwood Park picked up their first win of the season by beating Hatfield Hyde 2s by seven wickets.
A dismal batting display resigned St Albans to an 81 runs loss to Holtwhite Trinibis at Clarence Park.