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AFC Wulfrunians 1 Stourport Swifts 2 MLP Saturday 28th November

Swifts produced a much improved perfomance to deliver a deserved 3 points against the Wulfs.

After dominating for much of the first half SWifts went in a goal down at the break after skipper Seagrove drilled a low shot in off the right hand post from a half cleared corner.

Swifts battled back to draw level after 63 minutes when Jack Bailey cut in from the left to deliver a low cross for Ben Maund to steer home at the near post from six yard out. With ten minutes to go Swifts took the lead when a neat dummy from Joe Phillips allowed Maund to tee up James Hill to blast high into the net from 20 yards.

Both sides missed chances in the dying minutes, but Swifts held on for only their second win in the last 10 games.

SWIFTS:Richards,Hanson,Wollacott,Hurrell,Wager,Robinson,Hill,Hyde,Rogers,Bailey,Maund.SUBS USED:Phillips,Bunn,Shilvock

Stourport Swifts 1 Bewdley Town 2    Worcester Infirmary Cup Tuesday 24th November

Swifts crashed again to local rivals Bewdley in a close fought match last night.

Tom Connolly put Bewdley ahead after Luke Morris' left wing cross left Swifts defenders watching to score with a far post header.

Darren Steadman pulled off a fine double save from Shilvock and Maund as Swifts pressed for an equaliser, but Bewdley held on to lead at the break.

Ten minutes into the second half Bewdley substitute Jon Seekings raced clear of the Swifts defence and beat Richards from 12 yards out.

Swifts finally mounted some prolonged pressure, and Ben Maund reduced the deficit with a crisp left foot drive inside Steadman's far post.

Steadman again saved well from Maund and Joe Phillips, tipping one fierce shot onto the bar, as Bewdley held on to move into the next round.

SWIFTS:Richards,Hanson,Wollacott,Hurrell,Wager,Robinson,Hill,Shilvock,Fusco,Bailey,Maund.SUBS USED:Phillips,Bunn,Beaumont

Stourport Swifts 1 Coventry Sphinx 2 MLP Sat 14th November

Swifts went down once again after gifting their visitors a two goal lead.

Ryan Wollacott was caught in possession and Spinx broke to take the lead after 11minutes, and before the break they went two down to another error strewn goal.

Swifts got one back when Reece Wager netted his first goal for the club with  a well placed shot into the top corner on 61 minutes.

Jack Rogers hit the bar as Swifts pressed hard for a leveller, but failed to break through.

SWIFTS: Richards,Bunn,Fisher,Wollacott,Hyde,Hanson,Robinson,Hill,Wager,Phillips,Maund..SUBS USED:Rogers,McPike

Hereford 6 Stourport Swifts 0   MLP Tuesday 10 th November

Stourport Swifts were battered last night by high flying Hereford on their march to promotion.

Hereford new boy Mike Simons notched a hat trick as Swifts could do little to stem the flow of Hereford's fast approach work.

In front of a crowd of 2,231 at Edgar Street, Stourport's lone first half effort saw Reece Shilvock's long range effort come back off the bar, but They went in 2-0 down at the break.

The second half got even worse when Hereford scored two in a minute to put the match beyond their visitors and run out 6-0 winners

SWIFTS: Richards,Hanson,Wollacott,Fisher,Bunn,Hill,Robinson,Shilvock,Wager,Phillips,Rogers.SUBS USED:Bailey,Hyde,Maund

Stourport Swifts 3 Long Eaton United 1  MLP  Saturday 7th November

Swifts broke their seven game run without a victory with this convincing win over Long Eaton United.

Stourport were ahead after only three minutes when James Hill's free kick from the left decieved Scott Low in the Long eaton goal and drifted in at the far post.

Swifts never looked back, and produced some of their best football for a month as they pushed for a second. It came just before the break when Shilvock played Joe Phillips in behind the Long Eaton defence and he cut in from the right to fire a fierce shot high to Low's right.

In the first minute of the second half Jack Rogers pounced to once again outpace the visitors defence and slide his shot under the advancing Low to put the Swifts 3-0 ahead.

Both Phillips and Rogers both somehow failed to increase the Swifts lead after goalmouth scambles, and Bradley Wells pulled a goal back for Long Eaton with ten minutes left.

Swifts: Richards, Hanson,Bunn,Fisher,Wollacott,Hill, Shilvock,Wager,Phiilips, Rogers. Subs Used: Beaumont, Bailey,Maund


Shepshed Dynamo 2 Sourport Swifts 0   MLP Saturday 31st October

Stourport Swifts made it seven games without a win in the MPL after his 2-0 defeat at Shepshed.

A competitive but dull match saw the Swifts muster only one shot on target in the 90 minutes, and after a turgid first half Shepshed striker Michael Reeve made the difference with two goals in ten minutes after the break.

Swifts midfielder Joe Robinson also saw red after a second bookable offence in the 80th minute to complete a miserable afternoon.

Swifts: Richards,Beaumont,Wollacott,Bunn,Wager,Hurrell, Hill, Robinson,Shilvock,Phillips,Bailey. Subs:Rogers,Hanson


Swifts are at home to Long Eaton United on Saturday, kick off 3.00pm


Highgate United 2 Stourport Swifts 2  Highgate win 5-4 on penalties    Worcs Senior Urn    Tuesday 27th October

Stourport Swifts went out of the Worcestershire Senior Urn last night on penalties after being on top for most of this match.

After falling a goal behind the Swifts came back to lead through Joe Phillips and James Hill, but Highgate levelled with 15 minutes to go.  Joe Phillips missed from the spot to give Highgate a 5-4 win on penalties.

Swifts: Richards,Beaumont,Bunn,Wollacott,Wager,Hurrell,Hill,Shilvock,Phillips,Bailey. Subs Used: Fisher,Fusco,Rogers.

Stourport Swifts 1 Heanor Town 2  MLP  Saturday 24th October

Stourport Swifts produced their their best performance for several weeks, but still finished on the losing end of a 2-1 scoreline.

With several players missing through injury, Stourport began strongly and pinned the visitors back in their own half in the early stages.

Reece Shilvock saw his goalbound effort blocked in the 11th minute, Jack Bailey's lob fell just wide, and James Hill skied his effort from 8 yards out when it looked easier to score.Ben Townsend in the Heanor goal saved another Bailey effort before SWifts finally took the lead after 39 minutes. James Hill's 20 yard free kick came back off the wall and Joe Phillips drilled home from the edge of the box for his second goal in 5 days.

As the Swifts looked like going in at half time in the lead, Ashley Bunn made a mess of his headed clearance, and the ball fell to Jamie Clarke 9 yards out, who made no mistake, scoring low past Richards' right hand to make the scores level at the break.

Early in the second half Bailey again saw a left foot shot fly just wide, and Phillips should have done better when he was put through by Shilvock, but fluffed his finish.

On 55 minutes Heanor went ahead when Bunn and Wollacott hesitated and substitute Nathan Benger took advantage to set up Jay Cooper, who fired past Richards from 12 yards.

Swifts pushed hard to get back into the game but Heanor hung on for the win which keeps them in second place.]

SWIFTS: Richards,Beaumont,Bunn,Wollacott,Wager,Hurrell,Hill,Shilvock,Robinson,Phillips,Bailey. SUBS USED:Rogers

Swifts are away at Shepshep Dynamo next Saturday kick off 3.00pm

Next Home Match - Long Eaton United Saturday 7th November kick off 3.00pm

Southam United 0  Stourport Swifts 1  PPLC Tuesday 20th October

Joe Phillips gave the Swifts their first win in six in this League Cup match at Southam, and a hatfull of missed chances turned what should have been a comfortable win into a tense struggle.

Swifts:Richards,Hanson,Wollacot,Mcpike,Wager,Bunn,Hurrell,Robinson,Shilvock,Baldwin,Phillips, Subs: Bailey,Fusco,Hill 

Dunkirk 0 Stourport Swifts 0  MLP   Saturday 17th October

Swifts drew a second consecutive blank, but manager Mark Phillips was delighted with his sides' first clean sheet in four matches.

Swifts: Richards,Hanson,Bunn,Wollacot,Hyde,Hurrell,Hill,Robinson,Shilvock,Baldwin,Phillips, Subs: Beaumont,McPike,Wager

Stourport Swifts 0 Loughborough University 2 MLP   Saturday 10th October

Swifts went down 2-0 in another disappointing display to leave them with one point from their last 3 league games,

Stourport Swifts 1 Black Country Rangers 3   FA Vase    Saturday 3rd October

Stourport Swifts made it three without a win last week, being dumped out of the FA Vase by West Midland League Black Country Rangers.

Swifts were a goal down after five minutes when McKerdy tapped in at the far post after Wollacot lost possession by the touch line.

Jones made it two just before the break,as Stourport struggled to put passes together.

An own goal in the 69 th minute gave the Swifts hope, and finally some inspiration, but Ross Williams made it 3-1 just before time after another mistake by Wollacot.

Brocton 3 Stourport Swifts 2              Tuesday 29th October

Swifts again gave their opposition a two goal start, but failed this time to get back into the match.

Two early goals put the Swifts on the back foot, and although James Hill pulled a goal back, Brockton again stretched their advantage to two early in the second half.

Ben Maund gave the Swifts hope with twenty minutes left, but there was no happy ending this time.

Swifts: Richards, Hanson,Wedderburn,Wollacot,Wager,Hurrell, Hill,Shilvock,Baldwin,Maund,Phillips. Subs used: Bunn,Bailey,Dean

Stourport Swifts 2 Rocester 2             Saturday 26th September      Attendance 116

Ten man Stourport Swifts fought back from 2-0 down to earn a point against Rocester yesterday.

Rocester looked a different side to the one beaten 2-0 by the Swifts on the opening day of the season, and dominated the the first half hour of this match, but were fortunate witht he opening goal when Dan Brown's long range effort took a deflection to loop over Dominic Richards' desperate leap and drop in the top corner.

Worse was to come for the Swifts when Jamie Hyde was sent off for a second bookable offence on the stroke of half time to leave them with ten men.

After the break a reshuffled Swifts found themselves two down after 64 minutes when Brown added his second, tapping in after SWifts defenders twice failed to clear.

Jack Bailey came on with 15 minutes to go and within five minutes gave his side a lifeline, volleying home smartly from 6 yards after JIm Hanson's right wing free kick.

With the clock ticking down Ryan Wollacot grabbed a pointy for the Swifts wih a powerful header into the bottom corner from another Hanson free kick


SWIFTS: Richards,Bunn,Wedderburn,Wollacot,Hyde,Hurrell,Hill Shilvock,Maund,Phillips Baldwin  Subs used: Wager,Hanson,Bailey


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