After results went our way yesterday, Stafford made it 6 points out of 6 for the weekend, and an unassailable 4 point lead at the top of the table with 1 game to go.
Still 1 game left and we will look to end on a high with a win against Wolverhampton. If you have no plans and are free at 1pm, we would really welcome your support 🙂
The second team bandwagon moved on with an efficient performance from a very determined Stafford team, who knew that a win today would set up next week’s crunch game with Stone.
Stafford dominated the first half and could easily have had more than their 3-2 lead at half time – redditch indebted to their gk who produced a number of saves to keep the likes of Howe and Sunderland at bay.
Fortunately he was powerless to stop Jack Ball.
As the second half wore on Stafford started to put their chances away as our opponents tired, and the final score line of 6-2 did not flatter us – but I would be a little biased.
Stafford go into next week’s game knowing that a win will almost ensure promotion. If other results go our way today, promotion can be sealed next weekend – let’s hope Telford got a win today.
For such a big game against our local rivals it would be great to get as much support as we can – we will be starting at 2:30 in stone, so if you can come down after any games (or before) it would be great!!!
Scorers – J. Ball – 3, C. Sunderland – 1, C. Bishop – 1, OG – 1
MOTM – J. Ball
DOTD – E. Glennon
Stafford 2nds rearranged game vs Bromsgrove is confirmed as a 1:30 start at Bromsgrove school (after Telford game). Selection will take place for this game at selection a week on Tuesday.
1pm start at beaconside – please come and support us if you are free!!!!
Paul Taylor-Grime – yes
Mike Wattley – yes
Andy Simms – yes
Gareth Minton – yes
Steve Marsh – yes
Colin Bishop – yes
Rich Gibbons – yes
Dan Rennie – yes
Elliot Glennon – yes
Chris Sunderland – yes
Jack Ball – yes
Dan Howe – yes
Mike Wymer – yes
Stafford gained a measure of revenge against a stubborn Old Wulfs team to extend their unbeaten run going into their top vs bottom clash with Redditch next week.
Stafford will take heart from not conceding through open play for the second week in a row, and will look to keep improving as the season draws to a close.
R. Bendall, M. Wymer and C Sunderland
MOTM – G Minton
DOTD – S Marsh