Herts Advertiser Sports News
Southern League Hitchin Town made it to the final of the Herts Senior Cup after shocking Vanarama National League South St Albans City with a 2-0 win at Top Field.
New St Albans City captain, Sam Corcoran, has been named as the Harpenden Construction Limited player-of-the-month for January.
Old Albanian player-coach James Shanahan had some stark words for his players after the defeat to Chinnor – show some heart and soul.
Teams from St Albans Hockey Club were celebrating success in both league and cup competitions this weekend.
St Albans City slumped to their fourth successive defeat with a 2-0 loss at Dartford.
Old Albanian Rugby Club’s push for promotion from National Division Two South took another blow after a shock home defeat to Chinnor.
Harpenden Rugby Club were left to lick their wounds as they slumped to a 48-9 defeat away to Welwyn.
St Albans Rugby Club kept up their fine start to the New Year with a 15-12 win over Hemel Hempstead.
Several St Albans Striders were involved in the prestigious South of England Cross Country Championships on Hampstead Heath.
A member of Oaklands College’s Basketball Academy is celebrating after being called up by Great Britain to take part in a major European tournament.
Step aside Tai Woffinden. There’s a new contender for your speedway world crown – and he’s from Smallford.
Harpenden Town fell to a surprise defeat away to 10-man Hatfield Town.
London Colney missed out on a place in a cup final in heartbreaking circumstances – losing on penalties to Hoddesdon Town.
A member of Harpenden Rugby Club’s ladies section has been called into the London and South East U18 squad – just over a year after taking up the game.
Snug Bar qualified for their first-ever County Cup semi-final with a 4-0 win over Broxbourne Bears in the Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup.
Tabard overcame a red card to record a sensational 18-3 win over promotion-chasing Old Haberdashers.
Arsenal’s recent signing of a St Albans schoolboy has not surprised his former coach who reckons his “amazing speed and footwork” will take the teenager far.
Local derbies are meant to be this exciting and the losing side, if there is one, will always remember the moments which turned the game.
St Albans City unveiled a new look line-up on Saturday, with three debutants and a new captain, but Truro City came away with a 1-0 win at Clarence Park.
After three arrivals at Clarence Park this week, one man looks set for the exit door.