St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 24 min 36 sec ago
Colney Heath Ladies were beaten 4-2 in the Eastern Region South by Stevenage Reserves.
Antony Gosling scored four goals as St Albans City Youth Under-18s East opened their season with an exciting 6-6 draw against Highgate & Muswell Hill Raiders.
SAS Reds started their season with a 54-34 win over Buntingford in the Senior Herts Division One.
Harpenden's team of Simon Burgess, Rick Catchpole, Rob Peppiatt and Tony Smith lost by five shots to Potters Bar in the district finals.
Harpenden Colts Under-11 Hawks were edged out in a 4-3 defeat to St Albans City in the Emerald Division.
A golfer achieved an incredible feat after scoring a hole in one twice in the space of a week on the very same hole.
Batchwood's men were unable to build on a reasonable start as they lost on three of the four rinks and 74-65 overall at Herts on Sunday.
James Gray insists there will be no sentiment spared when he returns to his former club Wealdstone this weekend with St Albans City.
London Colney were knocked out of the FA Cup in the first qualifying round after a 1-0 defeat at Brentwood Town on Saturday.
Verulamians have received a record number of players registering for the rugby club this month.
St Albans’ Jordan Beecher admitted winning triple gold was the perfect way to get over his initial apprehension of competing at the inaugural Invictus Games in London.
St Albans hosted their club finals at the weekend with Pauline Gardiner clinching four wins.
A late equaliser meant St Albans Hockey club’s ladies Firsts had to settle for a 1-1 draw in their opening Conference East fixture at Chelmsford on Saturday.
Lee Chappell was the toast of St Albans City on Saturday when the left-back scored a stunning hat-trick as visitors Maidenhead United pressed the self-destruct button during a highly entertaining Conference South encounter at Clarence Park that saw City run out emphatic 4-1 winners.
St Albans City Youth South Under-12s continued their success this summer winning their fifth tournament in a row at Dunstable Town on Sunday.
St Albans' hockey sides emerged with 100 per cent records at the PLUM tournament at Oaklands last weekend.
Harvesters South Under-11s got their season off to a superb start after a 13-0 win over Tring Tornadoes in the County Cup.
Harpenden Colts Under-11 Hawks edged to a 2-1 win over Bushey Youth Rangers in the County Cup first round.
St Albans' William Laughton celebrated winning medals on his first appearance at the European Transplant and Dialysis Games in Poland.
London Colney earned a 2-0 win at home to St Margaretsbury on Saturday in the South Midlands Premier Division.