Stourbridge and District Snooker league Defending champions Brandhall Labour A retained their two point lead at the top of the Premier Division by defeating West Midlands Police 4-1.
This years Individual Championship event was won by David Philpott. David also recently won the clubs Championship Pairs Final. In doing so, he became the first Stourbridge player ever to achieve this double.
Conditions more akin to Water Polo faced players in the early preliminary rounds of the Tony Pagett Memorial Open at Cradley Liberal B.C. were a first prize of £500 awaits the winner of the final on Sunday April 1.
Lye Town lost their second league game in row last weekend when they crashed 3-0 to rock bottom Ludlow Town.
A Stourbridge squash coach is proving age is no barrier by claiming the over 55s National Championship.
Cricket Stourbridge Cricket Club will be holding a race night at the Memorial Ground on Friday March 23.
Evesham 4 Glassboys 0 The Glassboys suffered their heaviest defeat of the season after they were overwhelmed by a resurgent Robins who notched all their goals in a first half blitz.
The highlight of the recent Kinver WI meeting was the presentation of a patchwork quilt, made from recycled materials by our craft group ladies and organised by Jean Oliver.
National League Two Stourbridge 46 Harrogate 3 Stour got back to winning ways after humbling a young Harrogate side at Stourton Park.
The society has the celebrated local historian Carl Chinn addressing a meeting to be held in Holy Trinity Church, Belbroughton on Thursday March 8 at 8pm.
The Glassboys will be aiming to get their promotion push back on track at home to Aylesbury on Saturday following a dismal display away to Evesham.
Chairman, Barbara Gregory, opened the February meeting, welcoming members and visitors.
STOURBRIDGE cruiserweight Robert Norton is ready to turn his sights on a shot at the WBF title after claiming the vacant English title.
The weather ended any hope Brierley and Hagley had of playing at the weekend as their game with Goodrich was called off due a waterlogged pitch.
At out February meeting chairman Pauline Roberts welcomed members, one visitor, and Diana de Souza a previous member, who has now returned to join us again.
Victory pushes Stour closer to top four target Stour made an encouraging return to winning ways on Saturday as they set their sights on a top four finish.
The harsh landscape of Titterstone Clee was the setting for the recent eight-mile walk.
Stourbridge and Brierley Hill Round Table has collected in a record-breaking £1,638 for borough charities from its annual sleigh ride in December.
The chairman Fred Willetts greeted members to the AGM the minutes were read and approved.
President Jean Green welcomed everyone to the February meeting and paid tribute to one of our members who died recently.
POLICE have joined forces with Dudley Council in a bid to rid town centre streets of litter.
Dudley United made it through to the semi final of the League Cup after a hard fought 2-1 victory over Warstone Wanderers.
Gornal Athletic manager Simon Williams was furious as his side were again beaten by one of the West Midland Premier Leagues relegation threatened teams.
Tividale kept up the pressure on top of the table Shifnal when they beat Ellesmere Rangers 3-2 and manager Ross Hill says its all to play for as the season reaches its climax.
In-form Sports host Town in possible final rehearsal Record breaking Dudley Sports are hosting rivals Dudley Town on Saturday (kick of 3pm) and both managers are hoping it is a dress rehearsal for a cup final.
STOURBRIDGE teens have been urged to apply for a host of glamorous work experience placements including Everton FC and Rick Stein's seafood restaurant to make it a half-term to remember.
AN Ugandan pastor is to give a service at Chawn Hill Church, Stourbridge about his effect of encouraging prayer to society.
A HAGLEY school is well on the way to completing a £10m makeover after the demolition of old buildings.