St Albans Review Sport
St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
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St Albans City joint manager James Gray believes their win over Ebbsfleet United shows what the team are capable of if they can keep the squad together next season.
St Albans lost their first friendly mixed game of the season after a six-shot defeat to Wardown Park on Saturday.
Harpenden Town battled to a goalless draw at Bush Hill Rangers on Saturday in South Midlands Division One.
Harvesters Under-18 North earned a 0-0 draw with league leaders AC Finchley North.
Isla Weir came second at the regional compulsory four competition.
London Colney consolidated second place after extending their unbeaten run in the South Midlands Premier Division to 22 games with a 2-0 win at Biggleswade United on Saturday.
Harpenden Bowling Club started their season with a gala victory for the captains' team.
Another big gun came and failed on Saturday as teenager Jack Green sunk big spending Ebbsfleet United with his first goal for St Albans City as the Saints clinched a notable 1-0 Conference South victory over the Kent club.
Townsend Bowls Club have announced two open days where their new husband and wife coaching partnership will be present.
St Albans Bowls Club opened the new season on Saturday.
Harpenden’s hopes of claiming a play-off spot were ended after falling to a 35-28 defeat at Old Haberdashers in London Two North West on Saturday.
Harvesters Under-12s South lost 4-1 in the semi final of the League Cup against Whetstone Panthers.
Harpenden Town pulled off an unlikely survival act by drawing away 0-0 at Buckingham Athletic on Saturday despite having two players sent off.
London Colney extended their unbeaten run to 20 South Midlands Premier Division games after a 2-0 win over third-placed Sun Sports on Saturday.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray believes his players have shown him they have the hunger to remain at Clarence Park next season.
St Albans City’s late season return to form ended the play-off ambitions for a second team in six days on Saturday, as a solid performance secured a 2-1 Conference South double over Gosport Borough at the Hampshire clubs smart Privett Park ground.
St Albans City Youth Under-9s Orient earned a 1-0 cup semi-final victory over Welwyn Garden City after Callum Crowther’s winner.
St Albans Bowls Club will be running free beginners courses this month.
St Albans Hockey Club have appointed Martin Scanlon as their head coach for the 2015/16 season.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray believes his side need a mentality shift to halt the inconsistency which has riddled their season.