St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 25 min 47 sec ago
Harvesters Under-14 Girls won both games of their double header against Bishop’s Stortford.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray described his side’s quality in the final third as “awful” after their frustrating goalless draw at home to bottom side Staines Town.
With shooting that possessed all the accuracy of a butterfly tossed in all directions by a breeze, St Albans City did their bit on Saturday to help extend Staines Town’s stay in Conference South but, ultimately, a goalless draw did condemn the Swans to relegation.
St Albans Hockey Club’s men’s promoted Tribunes team fought back to defeat Stevenage Sixths 2-1 away in their final game of the season on Saturday.
St Albans Bowling Club will be running free coaching courses from the end of next month.
St Albans teenager Amy Platten celebrated her first appearance in the Spanish European Judo Cup by winning a bronze medal.
Trials for the Ben Herd Pro Performance Academy will take place next month.
Harpenden Town suffered a 1-0 defeat at South Midlands Division One leaders Welwyn Garden City on Saturday.
James Gray believes St Albans City need one more win to ensure survival in the Conference South but the Saints’ joint manager insists his players also need to make a statement ahead of next season.
Harpenden’s Max Baggio admits it feels special to be in the same shoes as Dougie Crawford after he replaced Great Britain’s No.1 speed skier as National Super-G champion on Monday.
London Colney maintained their recent impressive form in the South Midlands Premier Division after a 3-0 home win over London Tigers on Saturday.
Verulamians Under-14 team clinched the Herts & Middlesex Division Six title after a 22-17 win at second-placed Hitchin.
Harvesters Under-14 Girls secured a place in the League Cup final after beating Bedwell Rangers 2-0.
St Albans City have signed Stevenage winger Joseph N’Guessan on loan for a month.
Harpenden Colts Under-11 Hawks maintained their winning run after easing to a 4-1 home win over Broomfield Youth Blues.
An understrength Harvesters Under-18s North team battled to a 2-2 draw with Chorleywood Athletic.
St Albans City Youth Under-16 Orient were crowned West Herts Youth League winners after a 3-1 win over Hemel Aces.
Dougie Crawford admits he will be sad to relinquish his British downhill crown but has tipped Harpenden’s Max Baggio to be a worthy winner in Tignes next week.
St Albans Hockey Club ladies Vets face a trip to Bowdon Hightown on Sunday as they bid to reach the final of the over-35s England Cup.
London Colney snatched a 2-1 victory at Holmer Green on Saturday in South Midlands Premier Division after a last-minute winner from Danny Fitzgerald.