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The Glassboys missed out on a play-off place as visitors Salford took the spoils in the Amblecote sunshine.
The Glassboys fell to two late penalties at Westfield Lane after Karl Hawley had put them ahead with just fifteen minutes to play.
Second half goals from Chris Lait and Justin Richards were enough to earn the win against a resolute Whitby outfit.
The Glassboys had to settle for a point after Matlock grabbed a 92nd minute equaliser at Causeway Lane.
Three first half goals were enough to secure the points, despite a second half fight-back by the home team.
A solid display from the Glassboys brought three welcome points and moved them up into the play-off places.
The Glassboys secured a tense 3-2 win at fellow play-off chasers, Ashton United, after fighting off a second-half comeback from the hosts.
The Glassboys promotion hopes took a blow as local rivals Halesowen inflicted a 2-0 defeat at the Grove.
The Glassboys overcame difficult conditions and resolute opposition at the War Memorial Ground to keep their promotion campaign on track.
The Glassboys lost ground in the play-off race as Ashton triumphed 2-1 in an eventful game at the War Memorial Ground.
The Glassboys were held to a third successive draw by their play-off rivals in a match that often struggled to spring to life.
The Glassboys hauled themselves back from 2-0 down to pick up an invaluable point at the South Kesteven Stadium.
The Glassboys' winning run came to an end as they were held to a 1-1 draw by visitors Frickley Athletic at the War Memorial Ground.
The Glassboys climbed back to 5th place in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division with an ultimately comfortable home win against Matlock Town.
A Leon Broadhurst thunderbolt on the hour was enough to give Stourbridge all three points against the visitors from the North East.
Stourbridge climbed into the play-off places after they came from behind to claim all three points on a chilly evening at Sutton.
The Glassboys edged to a narrow, and occasionally nervy, victory to maintain the challenge for a play-off place.
Stourbridge discovered that lightning does indeed strike twice as for the second time this season they fell to defeat at Nantwich with a late goal.
It may look like a routine win, but the Glassboys were made to sweat by the visitors from North Wales in what was often a fractious affair.
A goal in each half was enough to earn the Glassboys a second home win in three days and lift them to 6th in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.
The Glassboys romped to their biggest win of the season against first-time visitors Hyde, to reinvigorate their promotion push.
The Glassboys slipped to a disappointing defeat at Barwell on Tuesday evening, despite leading through Sean Geddes's first half goal.
Ten-man Stourbridge came from behind to pick up all three points against a dogged Skelmersdale United at the War Memorial Ground.
The Glassboys gave their promotion hopes a huge boost thanks to Justin Richards' second half winner against ten-man Salford City at Moor Lane.
Matt Dodd's second half goal was enough to earn the Glassboys another tremendous FA Trophy win, and a place in the last 16 of the competition.
A 95th minute strike from Chris Hamilton denied the Glassboys all three points at the Zeeco Stadium.
Stourbridge started the New Year on a disappointing note as they suffered a surprise home reversal to struggling Ramsbottom United.
The Glassboys recorded a Christmas Double with a battling 2-1 win after coming from behind at Rushall Olympic on Monday afternoon.
A ate goal from Leon Broadhurst was enough to seal victory for the Glassboys in a typically feisty Local Derby.
The Glassboys were seconds away from a share of the points at Croft Park, until Alex Nicholson's 96th minute strike won it for Blyth.
Stourbridge repeated their FA Cup triumph over their National League neighbours to reach the FA Trophy Second Round.
The Glassboys suffered FA Cup heartbreak at the hands of Eastleigh as two second half goals saw the visitors into the Third Round.
Spennymoor gave the Glassboys an almighty scare, but ultimately Stourbridge did just enough to progress to the FA Trophy First Round.
The Glassboys earned a deserved win on Merseyside, but not without some nervous moments in the closing stages.
Second half goals from Karl Hawley and Chris Lait saw the Glassboys through to the 3rd Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy.
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