St Albans Review Sport
St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
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A youthful but fast maturing Hitchin Town heaped more misery on St Albans City’s disintegrating season with a far from flattering 2-0 Herts Senior Cup semi-final victory at a windswept Top Field on Monday.
St Albans City’s inexorable slide towards relegation from National League South with given another shove at Princes Park on Saturday as a second half brace by Dartford striker Andy Pugh settled a thoroughly abysmal encounter.
Two students from the Paul Davis Fencing Academy have been selected to represent England in an international fencing competition.
St Albans City manager Harry Wheeler believes the team need to win half of their remaining games this season to avoid relegation from the National League South.
Verulamians’ trip to Barnet Elizabethans was postponed on Saturday due to a waterlogged pitch.
St Albans Hockey Club men’s firsts drew 3-3 with Dereham in an entertaining match at the weekend.
The cast has changed but still St Albans City slipped to an all too familiar defeat as Truro City condemned the struggling Saints to a third consecutive National League South defeat on Saturday courtesy of Isaac Vassell’s second half goal.
St Albans City Youth Deaf Football Club claimed their second win of the season after a 4-2 victory at home to Brighton.
St Albans City manager Harry Wheeler admits Saturday’s home game with Truro City is a must-win clash and their most important match of the season after dropping to the foot of the National League South table.
Harpenden Town came back from five weeks off due to bad weather to thump Arlesey Town Reserves 4-2 at Rothamsted Park in South Midlands Division One on Saturday.
St Albans Hockey Club men’s first team were promoted after finishing second in their England Super 6s indoor hockey league.
Two of Redbourn Golf Club's junior members have been named county captains.
Verulamians claimed a 27-12 victory over Old Streetonians in Herts Middlesex One on Saturday.
St Albans City have swooped for former Watford midfielder Al Bangura.
A soft under-belly is sending St Albans City sleepwalking towards relegation was pretty much the assessment of manager Harry Wheeler after seeing his side crumble to a 4-1 National League South defeat to high-flying Oxford City at Marsh Lane on Saturday.
St Albans Hockey Club Ladies first team have finished fifth in their England Super 6s indoor hockey league after wins against Harleston Magpies and Bristol Firebrands in Nottingham at the weekend.
Verulamians battled to a 27-17 win at Royston in Herts Middlesex One on Saturday.
London Colney’s promotion hopes suffered a blow after losing 1-0 at Hoddesdon Town in the South Midlands Premier Division on Saturday.
St Albans City co-owner Lawrence Levy insists it was a unanimous team decision by the club to give Harry Wheeler the management job until the end of the season.
A disastrous spell in the second half when Harpenden shipped 21 unanswered points saw the side slump to a 29-11 defeat at Fullerians.