Access All Stratford Herald News

Not a member? Join today!

Special Features


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

Last-minute goal breaks cup curse

St Ives Town 0-1 Stratford Town  FA Trophy Preliminary Round A LAST-minute goal from ace marksman Richard Gregory broke the cup curse hanging over Town manager Carl Adams on Saturday. Incredibly, Adams, who has propelled Town to the top of the Southern League Division 1 South and West just two years after promotion, hadn’t won a game in any cup competition since his arrival at the club in June 2012. Just as a forgettable game was heading towards a replay, Town produced the touch of …

» Read Full Story

Southam-pton? Saints knock eight past Studley

Southam United 8-0 Studley SOUTHAMPTON may have stunned the football world by smashing Sunderland 8-0 in the Premier League on Saturday, but on the same day, their near-namesakes in the Stratford-on-Avon District also put eight past a team beginning with S. Tunde Ajibade grabbed a hat-trick to help Southam United — also nicknamed the Saints — bounce back from their midweek defeat at Cadbury Athletic and beat neighbours Studley 8-0 in the Les James Midland Football League Challenge C…

» Read Full Story

Stratford undone in the second half

Stratford 8-29 Stoke-on-Trent STRATFORD were undone in the second half against a quick Stoke-on-Trent team at Pearcecroft today. Camped on the Stoke line for the opening 20 minutes, Stratford were duly rewarded for their effort when Simon Brain bundled over to open the scoring. All looked well for the Black and Whites, but a combination of missed tackles and Stoke’s pacey backs saw the visitors level things up just before half-time at 5-5.…

» Read Full Story

Cup curse is finally lifted

St Ives 0-1 Stratford Town LAST season's top goalscorer Richard Gregory notched the winner in today's FA Trophy Preliminary Round game to break the manager's cup-curse with Stratford Town. Gregory — who scored 43 goals last season, as well as two more in Stratford's midweek loss to Wolves — scored an 89th minute winner away at St Ives to win Carl Adams' first cup game for Town. See next week's Herald for the latest on Stratford Town.…

» Read Full Story

LIVE: Saturday sport

STRATFORD Town travel to St Ives for the Preliminary Round of the FA Trophy today. Having won their last eight league games, Town are in great form and sit top of the Southern League Division 1 South & West, but manager Carl Adams has never won a cup game with the team. Can he break his curse today? Stratford Rugby Club kick-started their season last weekend with a win away at Silhillians that dragged them off the foot of the Midlands 1 West league. They host Stoke-on-Trent at Pearcecr…

» Read Full Story
1 2 3 60