Stevenage’s Ethan Walsh says he will take a lot of confidence from competing against Europe’s best young players at the Europe Youth Top 10.
Letchworth Hockey Club will be starting their second year in the premier division of the East of England men’s hockey league and are targeting an improvement on last term’s fifth place last season.
Two North Herts Road Runners made the long journey to Newcastle to compete in the Great North Run at the weekend.
A taekwondo club in Stevenage is celebrating after claiming best club status at a prestigious event after a record haul of golds.
Jarrod Turner helped Knebworth Park to the victory they needed to clinch the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Two A title.
A talented pupil from Hitchin Boys School picked up pole vault silver at the 2017 School Games at the weekend.
Knebworth Park earned the bragging rights over Hitchin in a Saracens Herts League Division Two A derby at Lucas Lane to maintain a 14-point lead over Ickleford at the top of the table.
Stevenage youngster Lauren Higham has made an impressive start to life with new cycling team Liv AWOL.
Hitchin table tennis starlet Isabelle Lacorte represented England at the Euro Mini Championships in France.
Hitchin Nomads took part in the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships in France at the weekend.
Stevenage & North Herts saw three of their volunteers receive prestigious awards at the England under-15/under-17 Championships at Bedford.
Biggleswade Athletics Club claimed a thrilling victory on the final day of the Southern League season at Peterborough.
Ickleford secured promotion from Division Two A of the Saracens Herts League with a six-wicket win over Watford.
Pirton were crowned champions of Herts League Division Eight A following an 118-run win over Luton Town Indians fourths.
Stevenage Swimming Club’s Jo Mitchinson bagged a superb bronze medal in the open water competition at the World Masters Championships in Hungary.
Shenley Village under-13s became the first Hertfordshire club to win the ECB’s National Championship at Rugby School last week.
Lauren Higham produced a sensational performance to land the biggest result of he young career by winning the final round of the British Cycling Youth Circuit Series.
It was another Saturday to forget for Letchworth Garden City Cricket Club’s first team although this time Radlett and not rain was the main culprit.
The main focus of the week for Stevenage Striders kept them in the town – as they took part in the Fairlands Valley Spartans’ 3km relays.
Fairlands Valley Spartans’ Relays in the Park proved as popular as ever with 128 teams in both genders and over 500 runners taking part for this year’s edition.
Stevenage Swimming Club stormed to victory in the final round of the Hertfordshire Peanuts League to earn themselves promotion to the top flight of the league.
Charlie Randall produced a superb spell of bowling to decimate the St Albans batting line-up and maintain Knebworth Park’s lead at the top of the table in SHCL Division 2A.
Knebworth Park’s Charlie Randall hit a huge six from the final ball of the game to secure a two-wicket victory against Hitchin in a tremendous game of cricket.
Hitchin got their season back on track with an emphatic 72-run win against St Albans.
Hitchin Swimming Club’s youngsters finished fourth in round two of the Peanuts League, held at Stevenage.
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