A RED card for Stratford’s Callum Ebanks proved key in their battle with neighbours Alvechurch with the visitors finally losing out to a penalty.
STRATFORD Town manager Gavin Hurren is calling on referees to give more protection to strikers after he had hotshot Callum Ebanks sent off.
EXCELLENT bowling fired Kineton to within touching distance of the Cotswold Hills League Premier Division.
STRATFORD Boat Club’s J13 and adaptive crews took on the 500m sprint course at the City of Oxford Regatta and returned with a number of wins.
STUDLEY’S FA Cup run ended under the floodlights as visitors Coleshill Town edged through with a solitary goal just before half-time.
DELIGHTED Stratford Town manager Gavin Hurren praised his players following their midweek defeat of Stourbridge but called for fans to be patient.
SHIPSTON eased their relegation fears with a thumping 165-run victory over London Road visitors Lapworth who they skittled out for just 39 runs.
KINETON took another step towards the Cotswold Hills League Premier Division title with a 76-run victory over Norton Lindsey and Wolverton.
STRATFORD delivered a defensive masterclass as they saw off Stourbridge thanks to two late goals
JAKE Hill gave his Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship hopes a boost by winning two of the three races at Knockhill.
ALL the euphoria from the opening day drubbing of Needham Market was instantly forgotten as Stratford lost 1-0 at Barwell.
STUDLEY skipper Bren Bunn hopes it won’t be third time lucky for brother Robbie when the pair go head-to-head in the FA Cup tomorrow (Friday).
SUMMER signing Riley O’Sullivan celebrated his Stratford Town league debut by bagging a hat-trick as his side stormed to a 6-1 opening day win.
THOUSANDS of motorsport fans braved the mud and rain to see the country’s leading drivers compete in the National Autograss Championships
ROWERS from Stratford Boat Club were among the medals when competing for their country in Ireland and the Netherlands.
RAMPANT Stratford Town started the new league season in style as they stormed to a 6-1 win over East Anglian visitors Needham Market.
A DRAMATIC last gasp winner edged Studley through to the next round of the FA Cup and boss Mike Fowler is hoping for a repeat performance.
STUDLEY start their season with an FA Cup tie at Coventry United tonight (Friday) and the manager is confident his players have the right character
ALL-ROUNDER Archie Walker held his nerve to edge Stratford to a three-wicket victory over visitors Bedworth to keep their title hopes intact.
Stratford Town striker Callum Ebanks has escaped a ban despite being sent off in his side’s final pre-season game.