There was great football in the KAS Bishop’s Stortford Primary Schools’ League’s end-of-season play-offs, with Northgate being crowned Gold champions.
Bishop's Stortford Ladies marked the upcoming World Meningitis Day by wearing orange socks against Biggleswade
Stansted remain two points behind Essex Senior League, Premier Division leaders Hullbridge Sports after both sides won at the weekend.
Mark McCraith has been hailed as a “warrior” ahead of his last match for Bishop’s Stortford.
Real Stortford under-18 Stars beat Cuffley 2-0 to book their place in the League Cup final and keep their treble hopes alive.
Martin Pinnington could not be prouder of Bishop’s Stortford Swifts under-16s after they were crowned Royston Crow League, Division Two champions.
Stansted have been knocked off top spot in the Essex Senior League, Premier Division and drew 0-0 with title rivals Hullbridge Sports.
Max Hopkins qualified for two future events thanks to a good performance in the Hertfordshire Schools’ Scratch Tournament.
Ian Cairns has tackled opponents, suffered broken bones and survived a heart attack on the pitch to make it 50 consecutive years playing rugby.
Andy Long wants Bishop’s Stortford to surpass last season’s points tally after ensuring they will be playing in National League 1 against next term.
Henry Wilson fittingly earned the man-of-the-match plaudits after Real Stortford under-18 Lions held a minute’s silence in memory of his father.
Callum Leggatt converted the decisive spot kick as Bishop’s Stortford Community Football Club under-14 Town reached Mid-Herts Rural League Cup final.
Paul Round struck twice as a 3-1 win at Bedford II confirmed Bishop’s Stortford as East Men’s League, Division 2S champions.
Bishop’s Stortford’s great escape is nearing completion as they prepare to visit Blackheath this Saturday.
Members of Herts Allstars are busy preparing for the trip of a lifetime as they bid to cause a stir at The SUMMIT in America.
Bishop’s Stortford Golf Club teenagers Jon and Max Hopkins have produced fine individual performances in America.
Teenager Sam Robinson rubbed shoulders with a couple of Essex greats when he picked up a prize at the annual Herts & Essex Cricket League awards.
Sonnie Doherty bagged a treble and won a penalty as BSCFC under-13 Rovers triumphed 4-1 at Lemsford Tigers to reach the Mid-Herts Cup final.
Theo Agyepong, Mackenzie Lewin and Jake Lacey all hit hat-tricks as Real Stortford under-13 Bulls thrashed Cuffley 13-2.
Roy Fowler proved to be a lucky mascot for his beloved Bishop’s Stortford when he marked his 90th birthday as the club’s special guest.