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St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 38 min 34 sec ago
St Albans City have pulled off a transfer coup after signing highly rated Farnborough striker Louie Theophanous.
Harpenden Bowls Club's cup final hoodoo continued as they were beaten by Garston in the showpiece match of the County Top Team competition.
A second half equaliser by impressive substitute Kieran Bishop secured a 1-1 draw for St Albans City from their latest pre-season friendly match on Tuesday evening at the Langford Road home of Southern League Premier Division side Biggleswade Town.
St Albans Hockey Club striker and England Under-18 international Chrissy Horn is moving to the United States on a four-year field hockey scholarship.
St Albans City have completed the signing of former captain Ben Martin.
London Colney have signed former Oxhey Jets striker Lee Armitt.
Having struggled for goals during their first six friendly matches of the summer, St Albans City discovered their scoring boots at Sewardstone Road on Saturday when Lewis Hilliard and Callum Calcutt bagged a brace each during a 6-2 romp against Waltham Abbey.
St Albans suffered a 72-run defeat to Holtwhites Trinibis in Herts Division Two A.
Harpenden kept the pressure on Herts Premier Division leaders Radlett after a two-wicket victory over Welwyn Garden City on Saturday.
St Albans Lawn Tennis Club teenager Matthew Hails will play on the grass courts at Wimbledon next month after making the National Finals of the HSBC Road to Wimbledon competition.
Teenage sensation Jack Green, playing his first home friendly of the summer, needed just over one minute to make his mark at Clarence Park on Tuesday by firing the Saints into an early lead during an enjoyable 1-1 draw with a Crystal Palace XI.
Townsend claimed wins over Clarence Park no less than three times in five days.
St Albans tennis sensation Nathan Fernandes admits he has to pinch himself in amazement when he thinks about following in Andy Murray’s footsteps by strutting his stuff at Wimbledon.
St Albans Hockey Club Under-16s have finished in third place in the 15th European Hockey School’s Tournament in Spain.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray has admitted the club are considering bringing defender Ben Martin back to the club.
Harpenden moved within one victory of the national mixed two fours finals after a win over Biggleswade in the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire final.
Finding excitement and entertainment in summer friendly football matches can often be an arduous task, but at Blunts Wall Road on Saturday it was nigh on impossible as Billericay Town and St Albans City combined to grind out the grimmest of goalless draws.
Harpenden edged past hosts Buntingford in the quarter-finals of the county team ten competition.
Harvesters North Under-12s were crowned champions of the ESF festival of football in Warwick.
Batchwood Hall ladies fell to a 56-44 defeat in their three-rink district league match at St Albans.