The sky was blue at the beginniing of the game, the air crisp and clear, Hunt’s eyes were there somewhere, his head was heavy...the odd glider flew over the pitch, a quiet piece of beauty, “a good day for it” someone remarked.

A bright afternoon saw a hopeful 2nd XI rolling up to their match at the Tring International Stadium against Bishops Stortford with nothing to lose under their stand-in captain, Jason who roused them with talk of a stand-out performance in the absence of usual captain Jamie.

This weekend is one where we are reminded of the fallen, to remember those who gave their lives to secure our freedom and way of life. Its 100 years since the Great War ended, and its symbolic that we started our game in dreadful conditions, but remember that the western trenches were far, far worse than anything that we suffer. LEST WE FORGET.

The Men's 2s rolled up to their game against Enfield and Winchmore Hill hopeful after winning their first point the week before.

After a tough loss last weekend against the top of the league, the 1s had another difficult game against Broxbourne in second position.