North Mymms visit kick starts Welwyn Garden City’s defence on their Premier Division title

PUBLISHED: 10:00 31 January 2018

Welwyn Garden City will start their tilt at a third consecutive title at home to North Mymms.

Welwyn Garden City will start their tilt at a third consecutive title at home to North Mymms.


Saracens Herts League Premier Division champions Welwyn Garden City will start the defence of their title at home to North Mymms this summer.

The Digswell Park-based club will welcome their neighbours from the south on May 5 with their first away game being a repeat of last year’s final against Totteridge Millhillians a week later.

WGC beat Totteridge in a last-ball thriller in September’s play-off final.

Knebworth Park host Broxbourne on opening day in Division One and there are also home games for newly promoted Tewin, who start life in Division Six A against Rickmansworth, and Hatfield Hyde who will welcome Parkfield & Headstone in Division Four A.

However, both Datchworth and Hatfield & Crusaders will start their campaigns away from home, with North Enfield the destination in Division Three A for the Villagers and Preston seconds set to host the Crusaders in their Division Five A encounter.

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