John Mcdonald has been honoured by the Football Association for 50 Years of Service to Football.
McDonald, 68, was presented with a commemorative medal to mark his 50 years of service to the Swifts, at a presentation dinner held by the WFA.
McDonald has steered the Swifts through the Worcester,Kidderminster,West Midland, Alliance, Southern and Midland leagues in his 50 years, and has seen the Club grow from a single team playing on a field whch used to sport over 100 molehills before a match, to one of the leading clubs in the County, with three Senior teams and a ground and facilities to be proud of.
Chairman Chris Reynolds said "Mac has spent a huge amount of time and effort bringing this club to where it is today, and the players, committee, and the people of Stourport owe him a great deal for building Stourport Swifts to its current position. It is fantastic that the FA recognises this outstanding achievement."
UNDER 21'S GO TOP
Swifts under21's beat Leamington 6-2 to go top of the Under 21's league.Andy Hudson scored a hat trick as the Under 21's remain unbeaten in the League.
SUNDAY SIDE DRAW AGAIN
Stourport Swifts 2 Hare and Hound Sports 2
A late equaliser from Darren Sweeney denied Swifts a much needed win last Sunday.
After falling behind after Jack Bailey had hit the post, Swifts recovered to take the lead through Andy Hudson and Jack Bailey.
A series of missed chances and a fine performance from the Hounds' keeper allowed Sweeney to snatch a draw with a 30 yard free kick
Swifts are at home on Sunday in the quarter final of the Worcester Premier Cup to Namaste Tigers, Kick off 10.30pm