ASSISTANT MANAGER/COACH REQUIRED BY AFC HATFIELD
AFC Hatfield are looking for an Assistant Manager/Coach. AFC Hatfield play in the HertSavers Senior County League Division One on Saturday afternoons. During the football season, training takes place on Tuesday evenings between 8.00 and 9.00 on the floodlit Astro Turf at Birchwood Leisure Centre, Hatfield.
If you are interested in obtaining further details, please contact Neil Clixby on 07503 136568.
LEAGUE SEEKS NEW OFFICERS
The HertSavers League is looking for volunteers for several key roles for the coming season.
These are Press Officer, Results Secretary and Website Administrator, and it may be possible for the right candidate to combine two or more of these roles if desired.
The competition is looking to ramp up its media profile next season, and build on the success of the Representative Team and what was a phenomenal Championship chase in the all four mainstream divisions as well as our Inclusive Section.
Any interested parties should contact Secretary Scott White on email@example.com in the first instance.
MILL END SEEK NEW RESERVE TEAM COACH
Mill End Sports are looking for an Assistant Coach/Manager for their reserves who play in the HertSavers League Reserve and Development League.
Training is on Tuesday night 7,00-8.30pm at Harefield Academy, Northwood Road, Harefield, and matchdays are on Saturday afternoons.
BEDMOND ARE CHAMPIONS!
Congratulations to Bedmond Sports and Social Club on clinching the Senior Premier Division title this evening following Belstone's 6-3 loss at Bush Hill Rangers.
Bedmond now travel to Standon and Puckeridge on Saturday with the Championship in the bag, and a huge well done to Ashley and his squad on winning one of the closest races for years.
Commiserations to Belstone, who have staged a fantastic campaign and must consider themselves unlucky to have come up against a highly impressive Bedmond side.
CUFFLEY RESERVES ARE RESERVE AND DEVELOPMENT CHAMPIONS!
After yet another pulsating final at Colney Heath, Cuffley Reserves were crowned Champions following a 6-4 extra-time victory over Bedmond.
The two divisional champions showed their mettle in an entertaining clash which was a great advert for Reserve and Development Section football.
BUSHEY SPORTS CLUB RESERVES ROMP TO CECIL HUDSON CUP SUCCESS
Congratulations to Bushey Sports Club Reserves on winning the Cecil Hudson Cup with 6-1 win over Cuffley which featured some blistering finishing in front of goal, the romp being finished by a cool strike from Man of the Match Anthony Ball.
Commiserations to Cuffley, who were unlucky to meet a Bushey that were in excellent form, but they may look back on a number of one-on-ones which might have turned the game.
HARVESTERS A AND ST ALBANS CITY YOUTH B CLINCH INCLUSIVE TITLES
The destiny of the Premiership went right down to the last games of the final matchday with both Harvesters A and St Albans City Youth A a win away from the title.
A 2-0 victory for Harvesters B proved enough though, but there was some consolation for the St Albans City Youth club as their B Team were runaway winners in the Championship.
The matchdays were won by Bricketwood Deaf team in the Premiership and St Albans City Youth B in the Championship.