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1 Banbury Away on Mon Feb 24 2014, 15:46

It is important we bounce back tomorrow night.  There is no reason why we can't come away with three points, if we play like we did on Saturday and take our chances this time.

It would be nice to see a decent following of away fans, for what is one of our easier away trips.

Onwards and upwards.  We are Stourbridge.

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2 Re: Banbury Away on Mon Feb 24 2014, 16:37

Usually get a good following for this match,DA has kindly offered me and dad a lift.

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3 Re: Banbury Away on Mon Feb 24 2014, 16:57

baz wrote:Usually get a good following for this match,DA has kindly offered me and dad a lift.

Ditto.

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4 Re: Banbury Away on Mon Feb 24 2014, 17:11

Be good to have your company on the journey guys as usual,i'm hoping Brock is feeling better and can make it as well.


Jim……….no goats allowed in the car,sorry about that.

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5 Re: Banbury Away on Mon Feb 24 2014, 18:07

Has Brock got a sore throat,with all the shouting he was doing saturday lol

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6 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 20:36

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1-0 to Stour scorer Billingham Very Happy 

7 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 20:40

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2-0 to Stour scorer Benbow Razz 

8 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 21:09

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2-0 HT, plus KO was delayed until 8pm apparently. But it was due to a late running linesman, and not crowd congestion Laughing 

9 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 21:18

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3-0 to Stour scorer Benbow  cheers 

10 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 21:38

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4-0 to Stour scorer Billingham Shocked 

11 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 21:53

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FT 4-0 to Stour What a Face cheers cheers 

12 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 22:47

Great result. Onwards and upwards. Pleased for Ben, things didn't go his way on Saturday but he kept going.

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13 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 23:37

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Forza wrote:Pleased for Ben, things didn't go his way on Saturday but he kept going.

I don't think things went anyone's way on Saturday, but that's now in the past as tonight's result has proven.

And a big thank you to our resident 70's porn star, for keeping me updated with the scores so I could add them on here Laughing 

14 Re: Banbury Away on Tue Feb 25 2014, 23:59

Top notch performance from every Stour player tonight.

The zest and pace we played at was reminiscent of how we played at the end of last season.

Benbow was at his "animal" best and Billingham was absolutely unplayable,the best player in our division when he perform's at this level.

Banbury were poor,"lucky to get nil" would sum them up,the worst defence i've seen in many a month.

Their keeper was an absolute star though,quality keeping and an enthusiasm for the game even at 0-4 down that was a credit to him.

His humour and interaction with us Stour fan's added much to the evening,sir take a bow,i wish you well and hope we cross paths again soon.

A decent turnout of around 50 Stour fan's i would estimate in a crowd of just 166,a most enjoyable evening with classic comments from M6 Dave,Baz and Eric which just added to a great night out.

Well done team and fan's alike.

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15 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 00:33

A rare away outing for me, although when the call came out for someone to do the line after an injury, I did fear a wasted journey, i'd paid the £9 but noticed after i'd been given a concession ticket, that would have been interesting trying to get the money back!

The first half hour was very frenetic, the odd hairy moment with one cleared off the line, as soon as we scored the first goal it was one way traffic, Benbow and Billingham both having excellent games. Their keeper made some good saves, although a minor quibble, we could have been a bit more clinical in front of goal and will need to be against better sides. The clean sheet was most welcome, Banbury where woeful and their supporters think the season can't end quickly enough. The ground has clearly seen better days too!

It was certainly good to put last Saturday to bed, although we seemed to be denied yet another penalty in the second half.

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16 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 12:37

MotM was Ben with 11 votes, Luke received 6 , Kyle 3 , Will & Drew 1 each.

Jane won the wine.

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17 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 13:02

Brian Handy wrote:MotM was Ben with 11 votes, Luke received 6 , Kyle 3 , Will & Drew 1 each.

Jane won the wine.

Am i ever going to win again Brian!?

Tricky is relying on me to help his alcohol intake :-))

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18 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 14:02

Devil's Advocate wrote:[

Am i ever going to win again Brian!?

Tricky is relying on me to help his alcohol intake :-))

There are some fosters chilling in my garage to pass on to tricky from his win on Saturday.

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19 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 16:05

Brian Handy wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:[

Am i ever going to win again Brian!?

Tricky is relying on me to help his alcohol intake :-))

There are some fosters chilling in my garage to pass on to tricky from his win on Saturday.

"Chilling"……thats a vey "hip" word for one so old Brian :-))

You'll be wearing a baseball cap back to front before we know it and arriving on the car park with "Gangsta rap" blaring out of the windows!

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20 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 17:37

Devil's Advocate wrote:
Brian Handy wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:[

Am i ever going to win again Brian!?

Tricky is relying on me to help his alcohol intake :-))

There are some fosters chilling in my garage to pass on to tricky from his win on Saturday.

"Chilling"……thats a vey "hip" word for one so old Brian :-))

You'll be wearing a baseball cap back to front before we know it and arriving on the car park with "Gangsta rap" blaring out of the windows!


Yo Dude ! Yous Disrespecting me ? (or summat like that) Smile 

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21 Re: Banbury Away on Wed Feb 26 2014, 17:43

Brian Handy wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:
Brian Handy wrote:
Devil's Advocate wrote:[

Am i ever going to win again Brian!?

Tricky is relying on me to help his alcohol intake :-))

There are some fosters chilling in my garage to pass on to tricky from his win on Saturday.

"Chilling"……thats a vey "hip" word for one so old Brian :-))

You'll be wearing a baseball cap back to front before we know it and arriving on the car park with "Gangsta rap" blaring out of the windows!


Yo Dude !  Yous Disrespecting me ?  (or summat like that) Smile 

LOL…..nice one mate.

Keep taking those tablets.

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23 Re: Banbury Away on Sat Mar 01 2014, 20:44



Love the last clip Rich,a pity i couldn't get Baz to nick the "O" on our way out of the ground to keep at Amblecote for posterity.

Looking at the highlight's again it's quite interesting to see just how much Kayelden Brown bring's to the team.

A lot of our best forward stuff start's with him breaking away from his marker and spreading the play,he'd be a nightmare to defend against.

Getting better by the week as well.

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