Weekend to remember
It was a happy weekend for the ladies and girls of Stevenage Boro as every team won. The ladies team won 3-0 at Kettering which means that they leapfrog their opponents into second place in the Eastern Region Women s Football League. This means the ladie
It was a happy weekend for the ladies and girls of Stevenage Boro as every team won.
The ladies' team won 3-0 at Kettering which means that they leapfrog their opponents into second place in the Eastern Region Women's Football League.
This means the ladies are pushing for promotion as well as making it into the league plate final.
The girls' under-15 team had a comfortable 8-0 win at Hemel Hempstead Town.
This was their fourth win in a row in the league and are pushing for a third place finish.
They also made it to the county cup final but were beaten by a strong Harvesters side.
- 1 Teenager was ‘murdered on way home from prom’ in Stevenage
- 2 Eighteen-year-old arrested on suspicion of murder in Stevenage
- 3 Police cordon in place after man suffers ‘serious injuries’ in Stevenage
- 4 US star George Clooney spotted directing new film in Hertfordshire
- 5 Council confirms first monkeypox case in Hertfordshire
- 6 Plans for new Stevenage secondary school raise concerns
- 7 See inside this stunning £1.15m Grade II listed barn conversion
- 8 Cash stolen in Stevenage car break-ins
- 9 Man threatened woman with samurai sword before sex attack in Letchworth
- 10 Audi driver in his 20s killed in crash with lorry on A507 near Shefford
The under-13s had a good 4-2 away win at Potters Bar United. The girls are pushing for promotion and hopefully go up as champions.
The under-12s had another win by beating Hitchin Town Belles 5-2.
This was their 14th consecutive league win, having only lost the first game of the season.
The under-12s have already been crowned Division Two champions with three games to play!