It's a powerful Verulam Sport on Saturday. We welcome back 5 time UK's Strongest Man, 'The Daddy' Glenn Ross to the show. Tickets are on sale for the return of UK's Strongest Man to St Albans and Glenn will be building the excitement ahead of this phenomenal event.
The Saints got their season back on track on Saturday. After three straight defeats they toughed out a goalless draw away at Gloucester. They will be hoping for something more magical this weekend in the fourth round of the FA Trophy as they travel to Weymouth. We will keep you updated with the action all afternoon.
In local Rugby the Old Albanians are on a roll and will be bidding for a fourth straight win in front of their home faithful at Woollams Park. They face second from bottom Birmingham Solihull with Brian Quin providing regular updates.
Meanwhile we preview Saracens Sunday tussle with Leicester Tigers through Sarah Hawkins with Sarries yet to taste defeat this season.
Plus we hear about the continued great work being done by the 948 Foundation who have provided more than £300,000 in grants and sponsorship to local schools, sports clubs, athletes and organisations since 2001. We chat NFL with Hertfordshire Cheetah's Luke Clarke and will catch up with all the news and action with Watford FC's Head of Communication Richard Walker and give you the full time appraisal of their Premiership clash with Liverpool through Jo Kiely at Vicarage Road.
All this and so much more, Verulam Sport with Tony Rice and Matthew Turvey 3-5.30pm 92.6Fm and online on www.radioverulam.com