Advertisement

Access All Stratford Herald News

Not a member? Join today!

Special Features

Sport

LIVE: Saturday sport

STRATFORD Town are back in league action today after three successive cup games. Eight points clear at the top of the Evo-Stik Southern League Division 1 South & West, they host seventh-place Cinderford Town at the DCS Stadium in Tiddington. Alcester Town have got a huge game in Division 3 of the Midland Football League. The league leaders are hosting second-placed unbeaten team, Rostance Edwards, knowing the winner will be top of the league at the end of the day. In rugby, Stratf…

» Read Full Story

Trott signs new three-year deal

JONATHAN Trott has committed himself to Warwickshire County Cricket Club until the end of the 2017 season after signing a new three-year contract extension at Edgbaston. The 33-year-old England batsman scored 1,156 runs across all three formats in 2014, helping the Bears to runners-up finishes in the County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup. Between July and September, he scored five centuries.…

» Read Full Story

Dwyer named best U17 athlete in the country

STRATFORD Athletic Club high jumper and hurdler, Rory Dwyer, has been ranked the most outstanding under-17 athlete in the UK. Dwyer, who lives in Alcester, received the accolade, plus a £500 bursary, from the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund at an England Athletics awards evening in Birmingham on Saturday.…

» Read Full Story

Paralympic skiier helps Bears put out the Phoenix

This article first appeared in the Herald on Thursday 16th October. For the latest sports news in South Warwickshire, pick up the paper each week for just 60p. Warwickshire Bears 51-41 Northampton Phoenix A FORMER Paralympic skiier has helped Warwickshire Bears wheelchair basketball team win their first home game of the season  against a spirited Northampton side in Henley-in-Arden. Warwickshire started strongly, scoring freely in the Phoenix basket, and won the first quarter 16-6. …

» Read Full Story

Silver shooter: 11-year-old girl comes second in national competition, for adults

This article first appeared in the Herald on Thursday 16th October. For the latest sports news in South Warwickshire, pick up the paper each week for just 60p. ZOE Perkin from Snitterfield has won silver in a national benchrest shooting competition for adults.…

» Read Full Story

Photos: Stratford 4-3 Nottingham Sikh Union

THE MEN'S first team of Stratford-upon-Avon Hockey Club recorded their first win of the season on Saturday. Two goals from Mark Leary plus further goals from Alex Byrd and Gregg Ricketts won a tight encounter with Nottingham Sikh Union at Stratford High School. Read more in Thursday's Stratford Herald. Scroll down for photos. All photos: Mark Williamson.…

» Read Full Story

Photos: Shipston 41-31 Pershore

SHIPSTON Rugby Club produced their best performance of the season to win a rollercoaster game against Pershore on Saturday. The win propelled them up to third in the Midlands 3 West (South) league. Read more in Thursday's Stratford Herald. Scroll down for photos. All photos: Mark Williamson.…

» Read Full Story

Photos: FC Stratford 0-3 Alcester Town

ALCESTER Town beat FC Stratford 3-0 in the Birmingham Vase on Saturday. Goals from Nicholas Cox, James Gifford, and substitute striker Nick Dance were enough for the red and blacks on the 3G pitch at the DCS Stadium in Tiddington. Scroll down for photos. All photos: Mark Williamson…

» Read Full Story

Photos: Stratford 8-29 Stoke

STRATFORD Rugby Club were undone in the second half against a swift Stoke outfit at Pearcecroft on Saturday. Disappointed with the result, read what first team coach Marcus Cook said after the game in Thursday's Stratford Herald. Scroll down for photos from the match. All photos by Mark Williamson.…

» Read Full Story

Stratford sweep past Nuneaton to reach first round of FA Youth Cup

Nuneaton Town Youth 0-5 Stratford Town Youth FA Youth Cup — 3rd Qualifying Round STRATFORD Town’s youth team maintained their 100 per cent record for the season, sweeping past Nuneaton Town in the FA Youth Cup on Monday night to reach the First Round proper. Without Johnny Adair, who unfortunately broke his leg in the match at the weekend, Town put in a five-star performance after an even first half. Ollie Trotman’s goal in the 43rd minute gave them a crucial half time lead befor…

» Read Full Story
1 2 3 60