North and Mid Herts Football League
Honours were even in a top of the table clash in the Premier Division. Leaders Nirankari and Whitwell Village shared four goals, while second placed Probuild closed the gap by beating London Colney A. Division One North leaders The Orchard and The Anvil i
Honours were even in a top of the table clash in the Premier Division.
Leaders Nirankari and Whitwell Village shared four goals, while second placed Probuild closed the gap by beating London Colney A.
Division One North leaders The Orchard and The Anvil improved their goal difference by thrashing Fairlands.
Saturday, January 12
Greg Cup, round one: Wilbury Wanderers v St Ippolyts (off).
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Premier Division: Nirankari 2 Whitwell Village 2, Probuild 3 London Colney A 0.
Division One North: Baldock Town A v Kimpton Rovers (off), The Orchard and The Anvil 10 Fairlands 3, Therfield Eagles v Magnum (off),?White Hart v City Hearts (off).
Saturday, January 19
Greg Cup, semi-final: Probuild v Magnum.
Premier Division: London Colney A v Wilbury Wanderers, New Greens v Nirankari, St Ippolyts v Redbourn, Whitwell Village v RCD Harpenden.
Division One North: Fairlands v Kimpton Rovers, The Orchard and The Anvil v City Hearts, White Hart v Baldock Town A.