Hemel Town manager Dean Brennan is challenging his players to be braver on the ball against Basingstoke on Saturday as the Tudors look to put a disappointing bank holiday weekend behind them.
On the face of it Old Albanian’s 36-12 defeat to Darlington Mowden Park on Saturday was a serious reverse for the visitors a week before the league season starts.
The 55th Herts Advertiser Sunday Football League season starts this weekend.
St Albans City joint manager Jimmy Gray felt his team deserved all three points after a battling 2-2 draw with near-neighbours Hemel Hempstead Town.
Berkhamsted began their defence of the Premier Division Cup with their biggest win of the season so far – a 5-1 hammering of cup holders Colney Heath.
A single first half goal was enough for Leverstock Green to progress to the second round of the Premier Division Cup at the expense of Tring Athletic in Tuesday night’s tie.
It was always likely to be a difficult test against Reading FC Women in the Continental Tyres Cup, however the Watford Ladies matched their opponents for most of the match despite going down 3-1.
Watford Ladies moved up to fifth in Group One of the Continental Tyres Cup, despite losing 3-1 to Reading FC Women at Broadwater.
Hemel Town boss Dean Brennan was furious with his side after they could only escape with a 2-2 draw against ten-man St albans City on bank holiday Monday – labelling the performance as ‘terrible.’
Tring Corinthians bounced back to form with a 3-2 win over Aylesbury United Reserves that was, in reality, more emphatic than the scoreline would suggest.
Kings Langley bounced back from two defeats to register a hard fought 2-0 win and depose Northwood from the top of the Southern League Divsision One Central table.
Match report: Radlett 243-8 (50 overs) Letchworth GC 170 all out (41.2)