St Albans Review Sport
St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 53 min 41 sec ago
Redbourn are the early pace-setters in Herts Cricket League Division Three A after they defeated North Enfield by 43 runs.
St Albans suffered their second straight defeat in Herts Cricket League Division Two A after losing by 81 runs at Holtwhites Trinibis.
Old Albanian’s first away trip of their Division One campaign ended in defeat as they went down by 49 runs against Ampthill Town.
London Colney clinched their first victory of the season and kick-started their promotion push from Division Five A by defeating Watford Town Seconds by five wickets.
Harpenden made it two wins from two in the Herts League Premier Division after defeating Welwyn Garden City by eight wickets on Saturday.
St Albans City winger Lee Chappell has backed the Saints to overachieve again next season after signing up for another year at Clarence Park.
St Albans Bowls Club's Pauline Gardiner advanced in the ladies county Champion of Champions competition after defeating Welwyn & District's Pauline Ellis 21-16.
Harpenden Bowls Club's trio of Dena Roberts, Janet Hubball and Linda Newby advanced through to the second round of the County Triples after overcoming Batchwood is appalling conditions.
Ryan Thompson believes his London Colney side are capable of winning the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division next season but only if the club keep and then add to their current squad.
St Albans City chairman Nick Archer believes the club’s first season back in the Conference South was “respectable” but says a top-ten finish must be the Saints’ aim for the 2015/16 campaign.
Townsend celebrated winning the first prize of the St Albans and District Bowls season after capturing the Maurice Watson Trophy.
Harvesters Under-12s won the County Cup in Letchworth after a 2-0 victory over Hertford Town Woodside.
Batchwood Hall fell to a 72-62 midweek friendly defeat against Hatfield.
Harpenden continued their promising start to the season with the mixed team defeated Owls 110-65.
Teenager Lucy Day won gold at the junior Northern Ireland Open and also finished fifth in the senior competition.
London Colney finished the season on a high with a 1-0 win at Stotfold on Tuesday after extending their unbeaten record to 25 matches.
St Albans warmed up for the new season with a comprehensive nine-wicket friendly win at Knebworth Park.
St Albans City's James Gray and Graham Golds won the Conference South managers of the month award for April.
Harvesters Under-15 Girls thrashed Bedwell 7-1 in the first game of their double header.
Batchwood Hall defeated local rivals St Albans 81-53 in their first competitive match of the season.