The cheque presentation for season 2013/14 was made to the Beacon Centre on Monday 22 September. The cheque presented was for £8,000. Thanks to all who contributed.Photograph right.
TIVIDALE RETAIN CUP.
Thursday 21st May 7.30pm.
Tividale 4 v 1
Stone Old Alleynians AET1-1.
Courtesy of the Directors of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.
Tividale retained the JW Hunt Cup at Molineux against a plucky Stone Old Alleynians side. Stone surprised Northern Premier South Tividale with a goal from Danny Herd after 23 minutes. It looked as though West Mid Div One Stone were going to bring off a shock until man of the match Karl Edwards equalised with 5 mins left.
Extra time found Tividale get on top and a 98th min goal from Edwards put Tividale in control and two goals from Jordan Archer (110 &117 mins} sealed it for the holders.
TIVIDALE THROUGH TO FINAL.
This season's final will be between the holders Tividale of the Northern Premier South Division and West Mid Regional Lg Div One Stone Old Alleynians.
Tividale defeated Alvechurch 3-1 in a keenly contested semi final at AFC Wulfrunians. Tivi captain Luke Paskin put his team ahead after 32 minutes. Tividale went two up through Zach Foster after 70 minutes only for Alvechurch's Luke Dugmore to get one back four minutes later.
A goal from Karl Edwards after 82 minutes steered the holders to the final in an entertaining game.
TORCH BOYS CLUB & DUNSTALL AMATEURS 1955 to 1960.
Congratulations go to JW Hunt Cup stalwart Walter Wakeman on receiving an award from the Referees Association for 30 years service mainly as Training Officer.
This display will have to be manned between 10am and 5pm daily. Volunteers are required to man it daily for half a day or as required. If you are interested can you please contact me at Dunc4404@aol.com or 01902 630386.
Rota via webpage on left.
Thurs 30th April 7.30pm.
@ AFC Wulfrunians.
Wed 25th March.
Trysull 0 v 3 Stone Old Alleynians.
A fine semi final was played at AFC Wulfrunians ground by these West Mid Div One rivals. After a goalless first half Stone scored twice in two minutes with Carl Dibden in the 54th min putting Stone ahead quickly follwed with a goal from Luke Askey.Although Trysull tried hard to get back in the game Stone sealed their first JW Hunt Cup final appearance with a late third goal from Adam Tomkinson.