For the second time this season a hastily-arranged friendly saw Welwyn Garden City ship five goals.
Missed chances and unforced errors left Datchworth counting the cost as they lost 19-14 at home to Stevenage Town.
A personal best from Eleanor Newton helped Garden City Runners to the Herts County team silver medal at the Stevenage Half Marathon – a race she was never meant to take part in.
Potters Bar picked up their third win of the season and it was probably the best of the bunch as they upset high-flying Upminster on their own patch
Welwyn’s impressive form in London Two North West hit a speed bump as their trip to Enfield Ignatians ended in an 18-14 defeat.
Potters Bar Town’s new managerial team enjoyed an almost perfect start to their tenure at the Pakex Stadium as they hit four past Wingate & Finchley.
A goal five minutes from time for Welwyn Garden City’s new cult hero rescued a point away to AFC Dunstable.
Welwyn kept pace with leaders Belsize Park at the top of London Two North West after a thumping 43-21 win over Hackney.
Datchworth continued their promising season with a third straight win secured in fine style on the road at newly-promoted Royston.
Potters Bar Hockey Club got the better performance they wanted against East League Division One leaders Wapping but couldn’t add the positive result to it.
They’re very common in athletics, even in horse-racing and rowing, but its not often you see them in motor-racing – although David Kempton will be delighted if he never sees another photo finish again.
Welwyn Garden City produced a fine comeback but it wasn’t enough to clinch the win as they drew 2-2 with Cheshunt.
Welwyn’s superb start to the season continued with a 31-20 win away to Hammersmith & Fulham.
The traditional curtain raiser for the Hatfield and District Primary Schools’ football season saw 10 teams compete for the October tournament.
If Datchworth are to be successful in their challenge for promotion then this game at home to Old Streetonians will be one they will remember as being pivotal.
It’s been a busy week of comings and goings at Welwyn Garden City but one of the new boys is making an instant impact.
A sixth defeat in seven games may seem depressing but the Welwyn Garden City support would have been in better spirits despite the 2-1 loss to Bishop’s Stortford in the Herts Senior Cup.
Orchard Tennis Club hosted another successful, if poignant, charity tournament in memory of a highly-successful former champion.
A classic game of two halves sent Welwyn Garden City tumbling out of the FA Trophy away to Chipstead.
A goal nine minutes from time moved Potters Bar town back to the fringes of the Bostik Premier Division play-off places with a 1-0 win at home to Lewes.
Two converted tries in the final two minutes gave Welwyn a third win of the season and clinched a bonus-point 26-6 success over Grasshoppers.
It never rains but it pours they say and so it proved for Welwyn Garden City as they slumped to a fourth straight Southern League loss at Aylesbury United.
A trip to the gloriously sunny Costa del Essex ended with Potters Bar Hockey Club under a cloud after suffering a 3-1 defeat to Old Southendian.
Welwyn Garden City Hockey Club’s men travelled to Blueharts 3rds and returned with a 3-1 win.
Elizabeth Mallett went home to the Midlands £1,500 richer after claiming the first prize at Welwyn Garden City Golf Club’s second annual Ladies Pro-Am sponsored by PACAIR.
James Huish enjoyed a fantastic weekend with podium finishes and personal bests.
Potters Bar Town are still looking for their first win since August but will be wondering how they never managed to get three points after the visit of Bognor Regis Town.
Welwyn played their role as party-poopers perfectly as they spoiled Harpenden’s celebrations with a 22-19 win.
Welwyn Garden City remain in the play-off places in the Southern League Division One Central but only just after a 1-0 defeat at home to old foes Berkhamsted.
A golfer from Brookmans Park Golf Club is just one step away from the round of a lifetime with a European Tour star.