St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 7 min 26 sec ago
With a five star display at the Spencer Stadium St Albans City regained control of their destiny on Saturday and with a 5-1 victory handed the Puritans of Banbury United an all too familiar drubbing.
St Albans City Youth Under-13s West stunned unbeaten leaders Oxhey as they thrashed them 9-2.
The Mayor of St Albans Annie Brewster delivered the first bowl of the season on Saturday.
Harpenden Colts reached the final of the Mid Herts Rural Minors League Under-18 Premier Division Cup after the Under-17s beat Enfield Colts 3-1.
London Colney suffered their first defeat to Hadley for six years after losing 1-0 in the South Midlands Premier Division on Saturday.
James Gray insists St Albans City face the biggest weekend of their season and admits it will be a disaster if the side fail to reach the play-offs.
Harpenden Under-17s lost 22-10 to Sevenoaks in the regional final of the National Cup at Medway RFC.
Harvesters Under-18s North beat Edmonton Rangers 3-2 with two goals from Jack Nevin and a single from William Kilpatrick.
St Albans City’s participation in the Southern League promotion play-offs was thrown into considerable doubt on Saturday when Poole Town re-ignited their challenge with a far from flattering 1-0 victory at Clarence Park.
Harpenden Hawks junior netball club will hold practice sessions from Saturday, May 3 at St George’s School.
A goal from Abbie Smith sealed a place in the League Shield final for St Albans City Youth’s Under-14 Girls South.
Harpenden Colts Under-13 Cougars booked their place in the West Herts Youth League final after defeating Watford Town Youth 3-0.
Harvesters Under-11s North are through to the League Cup final after they thrashed Aldenham 6-0.
London Colney's winning run in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division was brought to an end on Saturday as they were beaten 2-1 by relegation-threatened London Lions.
St Albans City Ladies remain in the Beds & Herts Women’s League Division One title hunt after they secured a 1-0 win against Harvesters.
Arsenal are hosting a free football festival in St Albans tomorrow.
St Albans City's joint manager James Gray is confident a victory on Saturday will seal his side’s place in the Calor League Premier Division play-offs.
St Albans City gained a crucial Southern League point from Premier Division leaders Hemel Hempstead Town with a goalless draw at Vauxhall Road on Saturday in a match that was a triumph for tactics over style.
Goals from Tom Dean and Amir Berchill helped Harvesters Under-13s North reach the final of the Challenge Cup as they defeated Sun Postal Yellow 2-0.
St Albans City Ladies lost 1-0 to Leverstock Green Whites in the League Cup semi-final.