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2 years ago
The Glassboys could consider themselves perhaps a little unfortunate to round off their season with a fifth defeat in six games at Stormy Corner.
A committed display by Stourbridge wasn't quite enough to prevent FC United from securing the Evo-Stik League Championship in front of a huge crowd.
Three goals before the midway point of the first half consigned the Glassboys to another home defeat against the visitors from Derbyshire.
There was frustration for the Glassboys as Marine recovered from two goals down to earn a precious point in their relegation fight.
A lacklustre display in the Black Country Derby saw the Glassboys slip to defeat against a Halesowen team who were good value for the points.
A solitary strike 12 minutes from time by Gavin Skelton gave Workington all three points, but was harsh reward for a good Stourbridge performance.
A hard-working Glassboys performance wasn't enough to prevent Blyth taking all three points in an entertaining game in the North East.
There was frustration for Stourbridge as a 94th minute equaliser denied them all three points in an excellent game against Promotion-chasing Ilkeston.
The Glassboys picked up a very welcome three points from their first win in nine Evo-Stik League games, thanks to an early strike from Kayelden Brown.
Despite taking an early lead, a double strike midway through the first half was enough to see the Glassboys go down to a fourth consecutive defeat.
Stourbridge's winless run continued as the visitors from the North East completed a convincing triumph at the War Memorial Ground.
Stourbridge 's winless run extended to seven games in all competitions as Witton Albion hung on for all three points despite a second-half fightback.
Stourbridge were well beaten in the end as Curzon Ashton turned in a strong second half display at the Tameside Stadium.
3 years ago
The Glassboys made the perfect start to life in the Evo-Stik League with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the North Yorkshire visitors.
Stourbridge threw away, and then regained, two potentially crucial points in a dramatic finish to a pulsating game at the New Manor Ground.
Stourbridge couldn't keep up their winning start to the season as a goal right at the start of the second half secured the points for the Linnets.
Despite almost constant second half pressure, the Glassboys were frustrated by an organised Rushall team and had to settle for a point.
Stourbridge failed to repeat last season's memorable victory at Borough Park as they slipped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat.
Luke Benbow led the way with a hat-trick as Stourbridge put their recent poor run of form behind them in a thrilling contest.
Another entertaining game, which either side could have won, finished honours-even at Shawe View.
For the second Tuesday night in a row it was the Luke Benbow Show at Amblecote as the four-goal striker tore the Nailers apart.
Despite going behind, Stourbridge were eventually deserved winners to book their place in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
Despite leading twice, Stourbridge had to settle for a point after Barwell conjured up a late equaliser at Kirkby Road.
Despite an improved second half display, Stourbridge slipped to disappointing defeat at home to Curzon Ashton.
Stourbridge must do it all again on Tuesday night after a lacklustre FA Cup performance against a determined Blaby & Whetstone outfit.
Two goals in each half secured Stourbridge a safe passage to the FA Cup Third Qualifying Round and a trip to Northern League Shildon.
Stourbridge came from behind to earn a point from a game that neither side probably deserved to win.
Stourbridge and Shildon will have to do it all again at Amblecote on Tuesday night after a far-from-dull goalless draw at Dean St on Saturday.
There will be no FA Cup heroics for the Glassboys this season after underdogs Shildon deservedly took the spoils in Tuesday night's replay.
What could go wrong, did go wrong for Stourbridge as Matlock ran out comfortable winners in a match overshadowed by a serious injury to Ben Billingham
The Glassboys secured their first league double of the season with a committed 4 - 0 victory at Belper.
Despite finishing the game with ten men, Stourbridge hung on for a deserved win and three points against their opponents from Yorkshire.
Despite playing all but the opening two minutes with only ten men, Stourbridge produced a tremendously resilient display to earn all three points.
The Glassboys FA Trophy campaign remains alive and kicking... but only just, thanks to a late goal from Josh Morgan-Parker, his first for the club.
Stourbridge progressed to the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy at the second attempt against a spirited Carlton Town outfit.
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