Potters Bar Swimming Club saw a record number of swimmers qualify for the East Region Championships recently.
Johanna Konta wasn't the only one to be flying the flag for British tennis this month - with Queenswood School clinching a bronze medal at a world championship.
It was the ladies of Welwyn Garden City Bowls Club who had the spotlight this week and they rose to the occasion with a fine victory in the National Top Club.
Hatfield Hyde recorded their second of the season thanks to the work of a determined middle order in their rain affected encounter with Old Finchleians.
Potters Bar biker Charlie Morris is relishing his first season in Superstock 600 - a support series for the British Superbikes Championship.
A number of Garden City Runners picked up the gauntlet for a gruelling challenge as they battled the Endure 24.
Old Owens are still looking for their first win of the season after slipping to a seven-wicket loss at home to Letchworth Garden City in the SHCL Championship.
A superb and entertaining maiden century from Hamza Qayyum was not enough to get North Mymms over the line at Bishop's Stortford.
Joe Kiely added a prestigious international race to his ever-growing and impressive list of successes.
Herts Cricket League Division One bottom side Knebworth Park came agonisingly close to picking up their first win of the season, losing by 15 runs to top of the table Preston.
Players from Brookmans Park Golf Club defied wet and windy weather to battle it out for the club championship.
Jigar Mehta claimed his first five-wicket haul for the club as Potters Bar's upturn in form continued into the next stage of the Herts Cricket League Premier Division season.
Tewin bounced back from their heavy defeat to Shenley Village with a destructive 10-wicket victory over Luton Town & Indians.
Frustration reigned at Digswell Park as wet weather and a defiant Totteridge Millhillians denied Welwyn Garden City a huge victory in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division.
Welwyn Garden City Bowls Club will be represented in both the county final and national championships after a thrilling victory over Garston.
Knebworth Park produced a much-improved batting performance despite falling to an eight-wicket defeat at Harpenden.
Garden City Runners' David Heal ran, walked and crawled up some very steep hills on the Cotswold way in the Threshold Event Race to the Tower which consists of two marathons in two days.
Hatfield & Crusaders sealed an impressive win at Northwood Town to move up to third position in Division Four A of the Herts Cricket League.
Potters Bar have rocketed four places up the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division after a comprehensive eight-wicket win at home to Bishop's Stortford.
Welwyn Garden City's Owais Shah rolled back the years with an innings of sheer brilliance as to leave North Mymms wishing for more rain.