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Ten man St Albans City came within two minutes of claiming a battling first Vanarama National League South win of the season and they may just feel they should have.
St Albans City were beaten 2-1 at Chelmsford City this afternoon [Saturday] as their search for a first win of the 2015/16 Vanarama Conference South season continues.
Round-up: London Colney riding high in Premier Division, Colney Heath struggling and mixed bag for Harpenden Town
Second-place London Colney have slammed eight goals in their last two Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division matches.
St Albans joint manager James Gray has challenged his players to buck their ideas up or be shipped out of Clarence Park.
The European Masters hockey tournament is in full swing at St Albans Hockey Club.
Old Albanian scored first and last in this intense trial against old friends Richmond, the last try and conversion bringing a five point win in heat as high as 30 degrees, writes Brian Quinn.
Frankie Artus’ penalty was enough for Vanarama National League South leaders Bath City to overcome St Albans City at Clarence Park on Saturday. Here are the pictures from the Saints’ fourth successive defeat.
Arsenal Ladies 0 - 2 Chelsea Ladies Meadow Park
St Albans City served up another goalless and point-less performance as they were beaten 1-0 by Vanarama National League South leaders Bath City at Clarence Park.
West Ham United at Olympic Stadium and video technology: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger in London Colney
Video technology is a vital tool which should be used in football, Arsène Wenger told reporters at today’s (Friday) press conference in London Colney.
Cyclists in St Albans are being urged to sign up for a charity triathlon and duathlon to raise money for children who are housed in orphanages around the world.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray has challenged his squad to respond to Tuesday’s loss with a good performance in front of the home fans against Bath City.
London Colney stretched their unbeaten league run now to 26 matches after a 1-1 draw with Hoddesdon Town on Tuesday night.
Old Albanian could have been forgiven for being a mite nervous when turning out against Championship opponents in this first of three tough pre-season outings and Ampthill, newly promoted to National One, were always going to be hard to overcome, writes Brian Quinn.
James Shanahan, the Old Albanian head coach, says he can take a lot of positives from Saturday’s round robin tournament at Bedford Blues.
London Colney booked their spot in the preliminary round of the FA Cup after easily dispatching Enfield 1893 4-0 at the Harlow Arena on Saturday.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray says an obvious lack of quality, especially in the final third, was to blame for Tuesday’s loss.
Eastbourne Borough utilised their rapid front line to beat a St Albans City side that seems to be suffering an identity crisis.
Harlequins can go some way to making amends for last season’s disappointments with an impressive showing in the Singha Premiership 7s, according to St Albans-born flanker Luke Wallace.