St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 40 min 18 sec ago
St Albans were relegated from Herts Division One after their eight-wicket defeat to Dunstable on Saturday.
Batchwood Hall ladies welcomed St Albans to their new look bowls green and pavilion and the hosts edged to a 66-65 victory.
Townsend bowler Danny Macro lost in the semi-finals of the national championships at Leamington Spa.
London Colney will travel to Brentwood in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup after they edged to a 2-1 win at Maldon & Tiptree on Saturday.
A goalkeeping coaching centre is being launched at Nicholas Breakspear school.
Hatfield ladies won their St Albans & District semi-finals.
St Albans City were sunk by a flood of goals in going down 4-2 to Sutton United on Saturday while club owner Lawrence Levy was drenched by the dreaded ice bucket challenge during a bizarre day at Clarence Park.
Townsend hosted the annual match between London Scottish and the District.
St Albans Athletics club members Chloe McCarthy and Emily Hack won medals at the South of England Athletics Championships at Crystal Palace.
Redbourn Golf Club's Harry Bigham has beaten nearly 150 competitors in an international field to be crowned Boys Under-14 Open Amateur Stroke Play champion at Enville in Staffordshire.
Pauline Gardiner and Tricia Gascoine are through to the semi-finals of the St Albans & District Australian Pairs Competition.
James Gray insists St Albans City deserved to take something from Conference South leaders Eastbourne Borough and insists their performance shows how much progress the club have made.
Harpenden Town continued their impressive early season form with a 2-1 win over Amersham Town in South Midlands Division One.
Rachel Willmott has qualified for the ITU Age Group World Sprint Triathlon Championships in Canada.
London Colney eased to a 3-0 home win over Holmer Green in the South Midlands Premier Division on Saturday.
Conference South league leaders Eastbourne Borough dented St Albans City’s excellent start to the season when an early goal condemned the Saints to a 1-0 defeat at Priory Lane in a match blighted by un-seasonally strong wind and constant rain on Bank Holiday Monday.
St Albans City continue to announce their return to Conference South in style, as county rivals Bishop’s Stortford became the Saints third successive victims when going down 2-1 at Clarence Park on Saturday.
Townsend clinched the Mather Trophy after a 15-shot victory over Harperbury.
Harpenden’s Tom Muir finished as the runner-up in the junior championship at Leamington Spa after losing 21-11 to Dorset’s Martin Puckett.
Batchwood Hall lost on all four rinks in their district league matches at Hemel Hempstead and Townsend.