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Monday, July 10, 2017

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.

Ickleford stayed top of Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Two A but are now tied with Knebworth after the Park managed a 46-run victory.

Ickleford held their nerve to land a historic win over Hitchin in HSCL Division 2A.

Hitchin Nomads Cycling Club hosted their annual 25-mile time trial around Guilden Morden on Saturday.

Connor Swift and Rebecca Durrell were the individual winners on an action-packed day of cycling around Stevenage Old Town.

Rebecca Durrell’s victory in the Matrix Fitness GP at Stevenage crowned a perfect series all round.

Applications for the Hertfordshire Talented Athlete Programme are now open.

Letchworth GC suffered a 132-run defeat against North Mymms in their latest SHCL Premier outing.

Knebworth Park made it two wins out of two in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Two A with victory over Watford Town – although they had to survive a thrilling finish to do so.

Ickleford gained local bragging rights after an ultimately comfortable home victory against near neighbours Preston.

North Herts Road Runners have taken the lead after an impressive win in the opening Midweek League Division Two road race in Bishop’s Stortford.

Liz joins the 100 marathon club

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Liz Small celebrated reaching the 100 marathon mark at the Viking 100 mile event in Herne Bay in Kent over the weekend.

Letchworth GC put in one of their finest displays in recent years on Saturday to beat Harpenden by 39 runs and make the perfect start on their return to the Saracens Herts Premier League.

Lord MacLaurin of Knebworth has been appointed as president of the MCC.

Letchworth begin life back in the Hertfordshire Premier League on Saturday with a trip to Harpenden and they will be hoping a new face from Australia can help them have a successful season back in the top division.

A trip to Manchester was the reward for the Hertfordshire boys who came second in the regional Sports Hall final at Hatfield.

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