CUP FINAL DATE CONFIRMED
The date for the Worcester Infirmary Cup final, against Littleton or Studley, (still to be played) has been confirmed for Saturday 6th May, at Malvern Town's Langland Stadium. Kick off 3.00pm.
It is 19 years since the Swifts last lifted this trophy .
Harriers Trust 5 Darby End 3
Namaste Tigers 2 Waterfall 3
Netherton Colts 2 Grange Athletic 3
Station Inn 0 Stourport Swifts 2
Stourport Swifts 1 Station Inn 0
Kidderminster Sunday Premier as at 16th April
*** Division SUNDAY PREMIER
Team P W D L F A Pts
WATERFALL AFC 18 14 2 2 72 20 44
WOODSIDE UNITED 15 13 2 0 71 8 41
HARRIERS TRUST 18 11 2 5 48 45 35
GRANGE ATHLETIC 16 8 3 5 54 38 27
DUDLEY SPORTS 19 8 1 10 31 50 25
NAMASTE TIGERS 17 6 3 8 30 42 21
NETHERTON COLTS SENIORS 17 7 0 10 40 59 21
DARBY END ATHLETIC 17 6 1 10 38 59 19
STOURPORT SWIFTS 15 5 2 8 30 37 17
ARELEY KINGS 16 2 3 11 19 38 9
STATION INN 18 2 3 13 24 61 9
SWIFTS LOSE CLUB PRESIDENT
Swifts Club President Roy Crowe passed away on December 3rd 2016.
A Former Mayor of Stourport and lifelong Swifts supporter, Roy passed away peacefully at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, aged 88.
In the 70's and 80's Roy regularly spent his Saturday's ferrying players to away games as the club struggled to establish itself in the Worcester and West Midland Leagues.He also worked tirelessly fundraising and securing grants for the Swifts ground developments.He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
SWIFTS LOSE MAC
Swifts' General Manager and longest serving secretary John McDonald passed away on 17th October 2016, after a long illness. Mac, 69, had given 50 yearsof service to Stourport Swifts, and was the driving force behind the Club's progress.
Mac was honoured in 2015 by the Football Association for 50 years' service to football at a dinner hosted by the Worcestershire Football Association.
Our thoughts are with his wife Sylv, and their three children, Suzy, Andrew and Laura.
SWIFTS CHAIRMAN LOSES CANCER BATTLE
It is with great sadness that we report that Swifts Chairman Chris Reynolds passed away on Saturday, 23rd July, after a brave battle against cancer.
Chris had spent some 45 years as player, manager, committee member and Chairman of Stourport Swifts, has been our most loyal supporter, and has made many friends during his time at the helm of the club. He will be missed by them all. Our thoughts are with his family at this time.
SWIFTS RECORD CROWD BROKEN AGAIN
The Walshes Meadow crowd record was broken again on Saturday 23rd July 2016 when Worcester City played a strong Aston Villa side in a pre season friendly.
The previous record of 1,321 was set when Swifts hosted Hereford on Tuesday 27th August 2015, but a crowd of 1,972 for the Worcester v Villa match set another record.
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