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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League play-off champions Welwyn Garden City are warming up for another successful campaign.

Undefeated WBO World Champion Billy Joe Saunders has promised to make Avtandil Khurtsidze “look stupid” after the Brooklyn-based Georgian’s victory over Tommy Langford.

The chance to try bowls for free is being offered by a WGC bowls club.

The players competing in the inaugural European Tour GolfSixes tournament at Centurion Club in St Albans have been confirmed.

The celebrities playing next month’s pro-am ahead of the inaugural GolfSixes event at Centurion Club in St Albans have been announced.

The innovative GolfSixes tournament coming to Hertfordshire next month is golf... but not as you know it.

Television personality and golf fanatic Vernon Kay is teaming up with the European Tour to co-host the innovative new GolfSixes tournament in St Albans next month.

Stalwart Alison Waters is looking to create more memories as she gets set to represent the nation as part of the English side aiming to defend their European Team Championship title for a seventh successive year.

In her exclusive Welwyn Hatfield Times column, Herts Mavericks co-captain Vicklyn Joseph reflects on her side’s stunning home win on Saturday.

World number nine Alison Waters lost out to Indian number one Joshna Chinappa to bring an end to her Orascom Development PSA Women’s World Championship campaign in El Gouna.

Hertfordshire Mavericks picked up their third win of the season on Saturday as they played host to Severn Stars in Hatfield.

After a very successful 2016 season, Potter Bar Bowls Club take the covers off their green on Saturday, April 22 for the opening day of their 2017 season.

This week has been all about focusing on the small improvements needed to change the tight losses into wins.

Herts Mavericks coach Kathryn Ratnapala will take charge of the England U21 Select team.

Five sportswomen from Queenswood School are celebrating after becoming the first badminton players in the school’s history to reach the national finals in Milton Keynes on May 6.

Herts Mavericks led the way at half-time, but fell to defeat 59-50 away to Manchester Thunder on Monday night.

Alison Waters has been named in the England women’s squad that will be looking to clinch its seventh consecutive European Team Championships title in Finland (April 26-29).

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