Stourbridge v Banbury United - Match Preview

Stourbridge v Banbury United - Match Preview

By Nigel Gregg
11 October
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Stourbridge, in 4th spot, host fifth placed Banbury United at the War Memorial Athletic Ground on Saturday afternoon.


Saturday, 12th October 2019 - kick-off 3 pm
BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central
STOURBRIDGE v BANBURY UNITED

Admission prices are as follows:

Adults..................................................£10
Senior Citizens (65 and over)..................£7
12-17 year olds.....................................£5
Under 12s............................................FREE
(when accompanied by a paying adult/senior citizen or season ticket holder)

The match programme (available from the Club Shop and also the Programme Hut located by the Church End driveway turnstiles) is priced at £2-50. This issue contains an interview with Jordan Williams and the thoughts of Glassboys boss Ian Long along with the latest news concerning our youth and ladies teams and news stories from around the league.

SEATING
Seating for spectators is located in the main stand on the far side of the ground from the Glassboys Bar. All seating is unreserved, except for the front two rows of seating in the centre block, which are for Directors, Officials and Sponsors only.

Other useful information can be viewed at -
https://www.stourbridgefc.com/a/matchday-information-for-spectators-44662.html

The Glassboys are out to extend their winning run on Saturday after enjoying three victories since the 4 - 0 loss at Nuneaton in mid September. The club has progressed through two more rounds of the FA Cup in that time and also picked up three points from a 4 - 1 win at Kings Langley.

Forward Levi Rowley is now available for selection to bolster the options available to manager Ian Long. Two Stourbridge players got additional game time last Tuesday when Tom Turton and Ryan Winwood played for Wolverhampton Casuals in their Staffordshire Senior Cup tie win over Wolverhampton Sporting Community.

The Glassboys boss will be keen to ensure that the players concentrate on the task in hand against Banbury rather than allow minds to drift towards the FA Cup tie at Whitby next weekend.

The Puritans climbed into the play-off places last Saturday with a 1 - 0 win away at Needham Market, although they have played two more matches than some of the teams around them. They followed this up with a 4 - 3 win away to North Leigh in the Southern League Cup 1st Round in midweek.

Mike Ford's side have actually picked up one more league point on their travels (10) than at home (9) so far this season. They have come out on top at Bromsgrove Sporting and Peterborough Sports as well as Needham Market and only been defeated at Hednesford Town.

An interesting contest is in prospect so please come along and join us for 'Non-League Day'

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