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Match Report – Stone Old Alleynians

Match Report – Stone Old Alleynians

Matthew Smith’s Alleynians claimed a tremendous pre-season scalp last night, overcoming the challenge of reigning Midland Combination Premier Division champions Brocton at Silkmore Lane.

Five-a-side tournament in memory of Lally

Five-a-side tournament in memory of Lally

Sixteen teams will be taking part in a special five-a-side tournament in Stone on Sunday 27th July to raise money for an epilepsy charity in memory of Kieran ‘Lally’ McColl. The tournament takes place at Alleyne’s Sports Centre from 11am to 3pm and is part of the big fundraising efforts to raise £10,000 for...

Stone Old Alleynians Begin Pre-season Campaign

Stone Old Alleynians Begin Pre-season Campaign

Eccleshall 0-4 Stone Old Alleynians. Wednesday night’s pre-season curtain raiser saw the Old Boys make a positive start with a four goal victory over Eccleshall at Pershall Park.

Dylan Scott: Stoke City’s next generation

Dylan Scott: Stoke City’s next generation

Stone Dominoes footballer Dylan Scott, 8, is just one of 18 boys to join Stoke City’s next influx of young stars. Dylan, who has played number 9 for Stone Dominoes yellows for the past 2 years, has been spotted and picked out of around 250 young footballers nationwide. Proud mum, Laura Scott, said: Dylan has been...

Stone Old Alleynians draw despite a first half lead

Stone Old Alleynians draw despite a first half lead

Stone Old Alleynians somehow managed to throw away a 3 goal lead against basement club, Wolverhampton Utd, in a bizarre game at Yarnfield.   After 25 minutes, the Old Boys seemed to be cruising against the Wolverhampton side, who held their own in mid-field, but had hardly threatened the home goal. Stone ripped their...

Clean sheet away from home for Stone Old Alleynians

Clean sheet away from home for Stone Old Alleynians

Stone Old Alleynians are enjoying their trips to Herefordshire, as the picked up their 2nd win in 8 days, thanks to 2 superb second half goals, against the division’s second place team. After an initial decent 10 mins, with Kev Warrilow going close, it was the home side, playing down the slope, who began...

Narrow defeat for Stone Old Alleynians

Narrow defeat for Stone Old Alleynians

Stone Old Alleynians, playing their first West Midlands League Division One home match of the year, had their work cut out against undefeated, runaway leaders AFC Bridgnorth. But they certainly weren’t embarrassed and put in a spirited performance, only losing by the single goal. After a bright start, by the Old Boys, the division’s...

Stone Old Alleynians back in action at last!

Stone Old Alleynians back in action at last!

Stone Old Alleynians played their first league game since the 14th December thanks to the recent bad weather but lost out to a Penncroft side who had managed to play six games in that time. The entertaining match on 15th February could have gone either way, with several near misses and missed chances at...

Old Boys back in action with great win

Old Boys back in action with great win

After a month off through bad weather, the Old Alleynians returned to action in the Division 1 Cup against lowly St Martins. On a heavy surface, the team could not produce the same flowing football we had seen over previous weeks, but it was a credit to both sides to provide an end-to-end contest...

Injuries fail to halt Stone Old Alleynians

Injuries fail to halt Stone Old Alleynians

In another exciting game at Yarnfield’s Wellbeing Park, Stone Old Alleynians came out on top with a great win against promotion-chasing Gornal Athletic. Having lost at Gornal earlier in the season, the Old Boys were expecting a tough game and it looked ominous as Gornal dominated the first five or 10 minutes, but without...

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