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Reece Pybus’ 6-32 was the standout performance as Datchworth 2nds beat North Mymms 3rds by five wickets.

Charlie Randall stops a shot at midwicket

Ben Orchard claimed 4-47 as Knebworth Park romped to a shock eight-wicket win over leaders Luton and Indians at Wardown Park on Saturday.

Joe Salisbury and Darren Walsh World University Games

Gosling Tennis Academy duo Darren Walsh and Joe Salisbury claimed gold at the World University Games tennis championships in Gwangju, South Korea.

Bowls stock

Welwyn and District Bowls Club president and greenkeeper Chris Sherriff has been crowned Hertfordshire “champion of champions” after beating Hatfield’s John Bell.

Markus Allen tri-athlon

Tri-Force member Trace Allen secured a superb eighth place for Great Britain in blistering Swiss conditions in the 70-75 age group of the three-day European Triathlon Championships.

Travis Pell and Noah Field at the Welwyn Petit Tour

The Welwyn Wheelers team of Tom Sharples, Elspeth Grace, Andrew Digby and Alex Peeke came out on top in the age-related four-lap relay of the Welwyn Petit Tour on Sunday.

Owais Shah of WGC

A century from Welwyn Garden City’s former England international Owais Shah and Andrew Nolan’s 97 was not enough to earn victory over Sawbridgeworth at Digswell Park.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Aljaz Bedene is through to the quarter-finals of the Hamburg Open after a straight sets victory over third seed Roberto Bautista-Agut.

Syed Kazmi

North Mymms claimed an 18-run victory over Letchworth on Saturday at Home Farm.

Hannah Burke at Scottish Open. Picture by Tristan Jones/LET

Hannah Burke will tee off at the RICOH Women’s British Open at Turnberry, Scotland on Thursday.

Jodie Williams 100m heats. Picture: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

Jodie Williams continued her comeback from injury in front of an ‘incredible’ crowd at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games, however she was left disappointed at being unable to produce anywhere near her best.

Herts music/languages and sports festival Picture: Stuart Williams

Over 120 Oaklands, Homerswood, Harwood Hill and St Michael’s Woolmer students took part in Monk’s Walk School’s annual music/languages and sport festival.

Vicky Gray Oakland Wolves basketball

Hatfield basketball duo Mel George and Vicky Gray have been chosen to play for England in this summer’s U18 Division B European Championships in Romania, which begins on Thursday.

Aljaz Bedene in action

Aljaz Bedene’s run at the Croatian Open came to an end via a straight sets loss to home favourite Borna Coric in Umag.

Hannah Williams

Welwyn Garden City teenager Hannah Williams broke her personal best three times on the way to sixth place in the women’s 400m final at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia.

Picture by Alex Broadway/SWpix.com - 27/07/2014 - 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Day 4 - Track Cycling - Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow, Scotland - Laura Trott of England poses with her Gold medal after victory in the Women's 25km Points Race Final.

Former Welwyn Wheeler Laura Trott is to race for Great Britain in the Revolution Series in Derby in a bid to gain World Championship qualification points.

Aljaz Bedene wins ATP Rome Challenger event

Aljaz Bedene takes on home favourite Borna Coric on the clay of the Croatian Open second round later today (July 23).

Queenswood School [1]

Aegon team tennis schools national championship finals 2015, held at Queenswood Tennis Centre Brookmans Park, Hatfield.

Picture: Chris Vaughan/James Jordan Photography

Tournament hosts Queenswood School overcame defending champions Talbot Heath School in an enthralling final to earn the National Championships title.

An all-round Knebworth Park performance has lifted them further clear of the Division One basement after beating bottom side Old Finchleians.

The Welwyn Hatfield Olympic Games

Gosling Sports Park hosted the Welwyn Hatfield “Road to Rio” Games for over 500 local Year 5 students.

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