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Stone Dominoes hit four in comfortable home win

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Stone Dominoes 4 Abbey Hulton United Reserves 0: Staffordshire County Senior League Div One, Saturday 5th September – Stone Dominoes recorded their second successive victory at Yarnfield with a 4-0 victory over Abbey Hulton Reserves. Ash Thompson’s strike had given them a half time lead, before second half goals from debutant Ben Roberts and Joss Myatt gave the scoreline a more convincing look. A ...

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Second-half revival not enough for Old Boys

  Stone Old Alleynians couldn’t make it two wins in a row as they lost at home to Cradley Town on Tuesday night. The Old Boys were hoping to carry on from where they left off last Saturday against Gornal Athletic when they won their first game of this Premier League season. But within five minutes of the kick-off, Cradley had ...

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First win of the season for Stone Old Alleynians

Stone Old Alleynians earned their first win of the season in a hard-fought game against high-flying Gornal Athletic at Wellbeing Park in Yarnfield on Saturday 29th August. After the draw in the previous game against Black Country Rangers, manager Matt Smith was looking to keep mainly the same side. However, due to holidays and other commitments, changes to the team were ...

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First home points of the season for Stone Dominoes

Stone Dominoes 3 Longton Area 1: Staffordshire County League Division One, Saturday 29th August Longton Area were the visitors to Wellbeing Park in Yarnfield on Saturday as Stone Dominoes looked for their first home points of the campaign. Ash Thompson’s early strike had given them a half time lead before Kyle Cooke levelled things just after the break. Dominoes secured victory in the ...

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Dominoes pay the penalty for missed chances

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Hawkins Sports 1 (Birks pen, 41) Stone Dominoes 1 (Lindop, 35): Staffordshire County Senior League Div One, Wednesday 26th August Stone Dominoes made the trip to Walsall to take on Hawkins Sports in their latest league fixture, but missed first-half chances meant they had to settle for just a point. Shane Lindop had scored his third goal in as many games on the ...

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Old Boys off the mark with a point on the road

Wellington Amateurs 1 – 1 Stone Old Alleynians, WMRL Premier Division, 23rd August The Alleynians earned their first point of the season with a hard-fought draw away to Wellington Amateurs in Telford on Saturday. Danny Heard’s first-half strike gave the Old Boys the lead, but the hosts hit back with a 70th minute header to earn a share of the spoils. ...

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Lacklustre display costs Dominoes dear

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Stone Dominoes 1 Walsall Phoenix 3: Staffordshire County Senior League Div One, Saturday 22nd August Looking to build on their convincing midweek victory at Foley, Stone Dominoes entertained Walsall Phoenix at Yarnfield in their second home game of the season. It turned out to be a second defeat of the season on their own patch however, as a second-half double from the visitor’s ...

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Dominoes off the mark as Foley hit for six

Foley 1 Stone Dominoes 6: Staffordshire County Senior League Div 1, Wednesday 19th August: Stone Dominoes put the disappointment of Saturday’s opening day defeat firmly behind them as they comprehensively put six past Foley to pick up their first points of the campaign. First half goals from Shane Lindop, Ash Cooper, Lewis Adams and Tom Broadhurst had given Dominoes a healthy half time lead, ...

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Stone win last-ball classic at Little Stoke

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Stone 1st XI were involved in a classic encounter on Saturday with near neighbours Little Stoke which eventually saw the Premier League champions emerge victorious in the fading light and off the very last ball of the match. Little Stoke skipper Gareth Morris won an important toss and had no hesitation in inserting the visitors. Luke Cheadle made light of ...

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Stone paddlers are ready to take on the world

Paddlers from Stafford and Stone Canoe Club put in strong performances at the canoe slalom World Cup event in Pau in the Pyrenees, perfect preparations for the world championships in London in September. Having completed her C1W final, fast-improving 22-year-old Jasmine Royle then had to watch the rest of the race from third place. It was only the final competitor, Spain’s ...

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