Welwyn Garden City's interest in cup competitions fizzled out for another season as Tring Athletic secured passage to the Herts Charity Shield semi-final with a 1-0 win.
Two sloppy defensive moments condemned Potters Bar Town to a disappointing 2-0 loss at home to struggling Bowers & Pitsea.
Potters Bar Bowls Club celebrated the end of another successful season with the annual captain's day game.
It's not just the all-conquering first team who are catching the eye at Welwyn Garden City Cricket Club - as the junior teams too have produced some impressive performances.
A magnificent unbeaten 91 from Pat Scott was the difference as Potters Bar battled to victory at North Mymms in a fantastic game of cricket.
Welwyn Garden City's first season in the Southern League ended with a 2-0 win at home to Aylesbury and a creditable 14th place finish.
Welwyn Garden City slumped to a sixth straight defeat with a 2-1 loss at home to Kempston Rovers - a run described by manager Dean Barker as the worst of his football career.
Welwyn Garden City slipped to their third successive Southern League defeat as they succumbed to a second-half comeback for the second time this season against Coleshill Town.
For the second successive Tuesday evening Welwyn Garden City slipped to defeat at Herns Lane as they went down 1-0 to AFC Dunstable in the Southern League Division One Central.
Welwyn Garden City manager Adam Fisher could not hide his displeasure after watching his side fall to a 1-0 defeat at home to Dunstable Town in a forgettable New Year's Day encounter.
Stuart Zanone's goal deep into stoppage time rescued a point for Welwyn Garden City against 10-man Didcot Town.
Codicote took the bragging rights and made a sizeable move up the Spartan South Midlands League Division One table with a 3-1 win over Hatfield Town.
Saracens head into Christmas on top of the Tyrrells Premier 15s table - after another victory and performance labelled 'made in Welwyn'.
benecosMavericks got their pre-season campaign off to the best possible start with a double victory in a tri-team tournament.
It's not often Saturday morning parkrunners get to line up alongside Olympians and with national TV cameras pointing at them but Garden City Runners found just that this week at Panshanger Park.
Datchworth remain in prime position to mount a big promotion charge in the New Year after finishing 2018 with a 16-9 success at Cheshunt.
A solitary goal was enough to end Potters Bar Town's mini-revival and hand Merstham their second success over the Scholars this season.