Herts Advertiser Sports News
Salisbury Tennis Club are set to hold an open day – as they mark the official opening of their new courts.
Harpenden Bowling Club are holding an open day and open evening to give beginners and existing players the chance to try their hand.
The district has a new semi-professional football club – and their first competitive game resulted in a sensational 10-0 win.
Tabard finished the season on a high with a fabulous seven try haul and a comfortable 44-13 win against Woodford.
A Sam Clarke goal midway through the second-half saw Nicholas Breakspear OB Res defeat Cannon Res 1-0 in the semi-final of the Junior Cup.
Verulamians Rugby Club warmed up for their Presidents’ Trophy Final with a stunning 71-30 win over UCS Old Boys.
Oakwood Primary School have retained their St Albans Junior Schools Netball title.
Old Albanian narrowed the gap between them and National Two South league leaders Cambridge with an entertaining 46-27 win over Barnes – but know it will take another mighty slip by the leaders if the clubs are to trade places on the last weekend of the year.
A much-changed St Albans City side just missed out on silverware in the Herts Charity Cup after a 1-0 defeat to Bishop’s Stortford at Cheshunt’s Theobalds Lane.
St Albans City Youth U12 West made it through to the County Cup final after a 2-0 win over Cheshunt Youth.
St Albans Rugby Club rounded off the season with a thumping 50-17 win over Grasshoppers at Boggymead.
Ian Allinson has admitted that the timing of the Herts Charity Cup Final could be better – but says St Albans City will still be going all out to win it.
St Albans City’s great escape all hinges on the final day of the season after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Wealdstone.
More than 20 St Albans Striders took part in the London Marathon.
Sam Corcoran has been named as The Harpenden Construction Limited player of the month for the second time this season.
St Albans City face a dramatic final day of the Vanarama National League South season after taking their “foot off the gas” in the 1-1 draw away to Wealdstone.
St Albans City’s fate in the Vanarama National League South will be decided on the final day of the season – after this 1-1 draw away to Wealdstone.
St Albans City manager Ian Allinson is hoping they can complete their miraculous climb away from the foot of the table when the Saints travel to Wealdstone.
The track and field season got off to a great start for St Albans Athletics Club.
Colney Heath Ladies were powerless to stop Royston Town from clinching the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Division One West title – going down to a 4-1 defeat.