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After the encouraging display last against league leaders Harrow, the Hemel Camelot first XV were brought down to earth with a bump in a 45-15 defeat to Old Haberdashers.
Hemel Storm tried everything they could in a magnificent fourth quarter fight-back but fell five points short at Worthing Thunder in the National Trophy on Saturday night.
Sean Shields and Steve Wales were on target as St Albans City beat Weston-Super-Mare in the Vanarama Conference South on Saturday.
Leverstock Green were again haunted by missed chances as they went down 2-1 at home to London Colney for their third straight league defeat.
St Albans City have extended Sean Shields’ loan deal by another month.
Striders’ men finished in the top 20 at the Southern Cross Country 5km relay championships, held at Wormwood Scrubs on Saturday.
St Albans Hockey Club’s ladies’ 2nds took centre stage at Oaklands on Saturday as they registered an emphatic 6-0 win over Maidstone 1sts.
Nine-man Colney Heath held off league leaders Berkhamsted to stop a two-game slide on Saturday.
Lee Chappell was named St Albans City’s player of the month for September.
Paul Bastock is back in the Southern League Premier Division after securing a move to St Neots Town.
Harvesters U11s North drew 1-1 away against Belmont FC with the only goal scored by Daniel Busby.
St Albans Athletic Club’s Ben Clarke won the U17 race at the first 2014-15 Chiltern Cross League event, held at Cassiobury Park.
St Albans City is running a supporters’ coach to Bath City on November 1.
SSML Premier Division leaders Berkhamsted dropped two points as they drew 2-2 against a Colney Heath side that had two men sent off in the closing stages.
Hemel Rovers continued their unbeaten run this season by beating Abbots Langley in the West Herts League Premier Division.
Kings Langley ran riot in the second half to secure a 5-0 victory against lowly Ampthill Town in the SSML Premier Division.
Saturday’s 2-0 win over Weston-Super-Mare was “just what the doctor ordered,” according to St Albans City joint manager James Gray.
Tring Athletic went down 4-2 to Hertford Town in an entertaining SSML Premier Division match at The Grass Roots Stadium on Saturday.
Harpenden returned to winning ways at Redbourn Lane by edging out St Albans 19-12 in a typically hard-fought local derby.
It was double delight for Westbrook Hay Prep School as the U11 and U13 teams both qualified for the national small-sided finals at St Georges Park.
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