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University of Hertfordshire badminton ace Matthew Widdicombe is eyeing a run at the European Badminton Senior Future Series of Tournaments and higher grade UK tournaments next season after a successful campaign this time around.

Herts overs 60s team: Back Row: Alan Dean (umpire), Brian Stephenson (Allenburys), David Robinson (Radlett), Keith Martins (Wheathampstead) Tariq Hassan (Old Albanians), Graham Fisher (Knebworth), Greg Quinn (Australian Umpire). Front Row. Ted Levey (Sawbridgeworth), John Jarvis (Botany Bay), Eric Riddle (Hertford-Captain), Duncan Elder (Letchworth), Gerry Dovey (Letchworth), Mike Dobner (Langleybury).

Hertfordshire over 60s beat a strong Australian over 60 touring side by six wickets at Hertford Cricket Club’s Balls Park last Wednesday.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Gosling Tennis’ Aljaz Bedene was unable to follow fellow Brits Andy Murray and James Ward into the third round of the Wimbledon’s men’s singles after a second round defeat to Viktor Troicki.

Simon Bridgewater in the field for Welwyn

Following Scott Walter’s 10-wicket haul last weekend against Hemel Hempstead Town, Simon Bridgewater was Welwyn Garden City’s star of the show with the ball claiming seven scalps on Saturday at Hertford.

Robert Poth European Youth Olympic Festival January 2015

Potters Bar’s Robert Poth has been selected for the English U21 alpine ski squad.

Ed Corrie

Great Britain duo Ed Corrie and Kyle Edmund were beaten in straight sets in the first round of the men’s doubles at Wimbledon by Belarusians Sergey Betov and Aliaksandr Bury.

Jamie Southgate

A fine bowling and fielding display from North Mymms on Saturday condemned Harpenden to their first loss of the season and allowed Mymms to chalk up a convincing and well deserved victory at the Common.

Aljaz Bedene v Radek Stepanek Wimbledon 1st Round. Picture: Matt Hill

British number two Aljaz Bedene takes on Serbian Viktor Troicki in the second round of Wimbledon.

Martyn Walton, second from right, with his 200m freestyle relay silver medal. Photo: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

Martyn Walton came away from the European Games in Baku with five medals in total.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Aljaz Bedene won his first match at Wimbledon as a British player in the men’s singles after a five set epic with the Czech Republic’s Radek Stepanek.

Nicolas Hamilton is racing an Audi S3 NGTC with AmD Tuning. Picture courtesy of AmD Tuning

Tewin’s Nic Hamilton described becoming the first disabled driver to compete in the British Touring Cars Championships at the weekend as phenomenal.

Usman Sahar

Potters Bar defeated bottom of the table Hemel Hempstead Town by seven wickets at The Walk on Saturday to secure a fourth win of the season.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Aljaz Bedene makes his first Wimbledon appearance as an official Brit today (Tuesday).

Mill Green Golf Club Medal Winners

James Boyling was a popular winner of the Mill Green Tigers’ Premier Division monthly medal.

Hatfield inline skating club Crusaders U12

Hatfield-based inline skater hockey club, The Crusaders U12 have been crowned BIPHA National Cup winners in Rotherham.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Gosling Tennis ace Aljaž Bedene has been drawn against Radek Stepanek in the first round of the gentlemen’s singles at Wimbledon.

Hatfield SC members complete London to Brighton bike ride

Four Hatfield Swimming Club members took on the legendary London to Brighton bike ride in aid of the British Heart Foundation at the weekend.

Martyn Walton with his bronze 200 IM. Picture Paul Sanwell OP Photographic

Hatfield Swimming Club’s Martyn Walton has taken his Baku European Games medal tally to a fantastic four.

Hannah Williams. Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

Welwyn Garden City’s Hannah Williams set a 400m IAAF World Youth qualifying standard time at the England Athletics U23 & U20 Championships in Bedford over the weekend.

Water polo player Isabelle Dean representing GB at European Games. Picture Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

Minutes after the final buzzer sounded to signal the end of competition for GB women’s water polo team, captain Isabelle Dean declared herself ‘happy’ with their performance at the Baku 2015 European Games.

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