St Albans & Harpenden Review /sport/
Updated: 46 min 42 sec ago
Harvesters Under-16s South beat Borehamwood Under-16 Crusaders 4-2 in a top-of-the-table clash.
James Gray accepts St Albans City have come up short against the best sides in the Conference South and is already planning ahead to improve the team for next season.
Harpenden got their promotion challenge firmly back on course with a convincing 39-20 bonus-point win at Staines on Saturday.
St Albans Hockey Club qualified for the third round of the England Hockey Mixed Trophy after beating East London in a penalty shoot-out on Sunday.
London Colney Blues Reserves eased to a 3-0 win at Potten End in Arlon Printers West Herts League Division Three on Saturday.
St Albans City Youth Under-18s East trounced St Albans Rangers 7-2 thanks to four goals from Anthony Gosling, a double from Bachir Loussachi and one from Stefano Munoz.
St Albans City’s away-day blues continued in deepest East Sussex on Saturday when Whitehawk reclaimed third place in Conference South by winning an uninspiring encounter 2-1 at The Enclosed Ground, Brighton.
St Albans City Youth Under-18s East edged to a 2-1 win over Redwood Rangers.
Colney Heath Ladies eased to a 4-1 win over Hoddesdon Owls in the League Plate on Sunday.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray believes their performance against Basingstoke Town proved they can match anyone in the Conference South.
London Colney moved up to eighth in the South Midlands Premier Division after a 3-0 home win over Hoddesdon Town on Saturday.
St Albans ladies’ second team extended their lead at the top of East of England Division One to seven points after a 2-1 victory at Bishops Stortford.
St Albans City served up one of their most attack-minded performances of the season on Saturday but an inspired performance by Basingstoke Town goalkeeper Stuart Moore rescued a Conference South point for the Hampshire side in an entertaining 1-1 draw at Clarence Park.
Harpenden Under-11 Hawks were beaten 3-1 by Ware Rangers Flamengos.
St Albans ladies qualified for the quarter finals of the England Hockey over-35s cup after a dramatic penalty shootout win at Ipswich.
London Colney's winning run stretched to five games after easing to a 3-0 win at at Hertford Town in the South Midlands Premier Division on Saturday.
St Albans City celebrated their 100th league game under the joint-managerial reign of Graham Golds and Jimmy Gray with a hard fought Conference South goalless draw at the heavily sanded Westleigh Park home of Havant & Waterlooville on Tuesday.
Harvesters Under-18s North gave a controlled performance to earn a point against league leaders AC Finchley North in a 0-0 draw.
St Albans City joint manager James Gray has conceded his side’s play-off hopes are over after their 2-1 defeat at Chelmsford City on Saturday.
St Albans City Youth Under-18 North were overpowered by Omonia Green as they lost 4-1 in the Challenge Cup.