Hatfield’s Tom Little says he overlooked a shot at the vacant Southern Area heavyweight title to set up a revenge bout with Tom Dallas on Saturday’s Dovebox Promotions’ ‘Knights of Thunder’ show at York Hall.
Welwyn Garden City’s Alison Waters battled her way to her maiden British National Squash Championship women’s final in 2005 and now, 12 years on, the world number 10 is eyeing a fifth title and 10th final in Manchester this week.
Mid-table Lemsford FC led twice thanks to Matt Jones’ double but eventually succumbed to their third successive league defeat on the North Herts Arena’s 3G pitch on Saturday, losing 3-2 at Baldock Town Reserves.
Billy Joe Saunders doesn’t believe he’ll be at his ‘career best’ when he makes his maiden WBO world middleweight title defence against Russian Artur Akavov but he is hoping to ‘blow the cobwebs off’ en route to a successful first victory as champion.
Skipper Scott Bridges’ red card for a lunge on Potters Bar Town’s Ashley Nathaniel-George with 13 minutes to go was the highlight of a frustrating Tuesday evening of Southern League Division One Central action at Garden Walk.
Just over two years ago Herts Mavericks’ Summer Artman ruptured her Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) halfway through her debut Superleague season with first club Team Bath. That left her off the court for 20 months and wondering what would come next?
‘Agonisingly’ missing out on a second straight Olympic Games appearance prompted new Hatfield Swimming Club assistant head coach Daniel Fogg’s decision to call time on his swimming career and ironically join the establishment of one of the swimmers who put him on the side of the pool.