Stourbridge lifted the Worcestershire Senior Cup for a third successive year by virtue of winning a penalty shoot-out 4 - 3 after Gary Hackett's men had played out a goal-less draw with their fellow Southern Premier opponents.
Gary Hackett's men secured themselves of a top two finish with a 4 - 2 win away at play-off hopefuls Arlesey Town. The Glassboys have now won 10 and drawn 1 of their last eleven league games as they finish the current campaign in storming fashion.
Gary Hackett's men secured a top five finish and a play-off berth with a battling win over fellow promotion contenders Gosport Borough in atrocious conditions at a rain soaked Privett Park thanks to goals from Sean Geddes and a Ben Billingham brace. Suppo
The Glassboys recovered from a slow start which saw them fall a goal behind and after raising their game, they ran out worthy winners in the end with the home side seizing control after the break. The Supporters MOTM was jointly shared between Leon Broadh
The Glassboys took another big step to booking their place in the end of season play-offs as they ran out comfortable winners against ten-man Redditch United who had goalkeeper Daniel Platt sent-off midway through the first period. The Supporters MOTM was
Gary Hackett's men missed out on a place in the Birmingham Senior Cup Final after a thrilling cup-tie was edged by the home side after extra-time. The Glassboys trailed 2 - 0 and then 3 - 1 before hitting back to draw level and very nearly winning the mat
The Glassboys first ever visit to Rowley Park was given added spice before kick-off as news broke that Stourbridge had just agreed a deal to sign the St Neots Town top goalscorer Ben Mackey for a nominal fee. With Mackey missing for the hosts and Stourbri
Two late goals from top scorer Luke Benbow enabled the Glassboys to overcome their visitors from North Devon and maintain the pressure on the two sides, Leamington and Hemel Hempstead Town, above them in the standings.
A late fightback from the Glassboys saw the hosts snatch a dramatic victory with sub Sean Evans turning the game for Stourbridge. His run earned a penalty which Sean Geddes converted and Luke Benbow then drove home a winner three minutes into stoppage tim
Gary Hackett's men produced an improved home showing, but had to settle for a point against a Frome Town side who were left to rue a couple of squandered gilt-edged second-half chances that might have enabled them to claim the win.
An unexpectedly large crowd of 743, including a healthy backing for the visitors, saw Stourbridge fail to rise to the occasion as a 76th minute free-kick from Lewis Hilliard proved to be the match-winning goal.