Stockton Town maintained their unbeaten start to the season and made it two away wins from two in the league with a solid 2-1 win away to Bishop Auckland.
Stockton Town made an early statement of intent for the campaign ahead with a 6-0 dismissal of Division Two champions Billingham Town at Bedford Terrace.
Stockton Town maintained their unbeaten start to the pre-season campaign with an eye catching 3-0 victory over Whitby Town at the Coverall Stadium.
Stockton Town signed off their season their season with a draw as Sonni Coleman’s second half strike earned them a share of the spoils against West Auckland at the Wanted Stadium.
Stockton’s hopes of finishing the season with a cup final were ended as they fell to a 3-2 defeat at home to West Auckland in the League Cup semi-final.
Stockton Town fell to their first defeat in five as succumbed to a 3-2 defeat on the road to Ashington. The Anchors failed to build on their excellent midweek performance and turned in one of their poorer displays of the season that ultimately saw them head back down the A19 empty handed. Stockton were sluggish from the start and Ashington deservedly led after eight minutes. … Continue reading Anchors Fall To First Defeat In Five
Stockton Town had plenty of chances to make a splash in the Tyne and Wear rain but were made to rue missed opportunities as they had to settle for a 1-1 draw away to a Ryhope CW.
Stockton Town turned in a performance to remember as they trounced high flying Bishop Auckland 5-0 at Heritage Park.
Two goals from Sonni Coleman helped Stockton Town return to winning ways with a 4-2 victory over Whickham at the Coverall Stadium. Coleman’s brace was sandwiched by goals from Fred Woodhouse and substitute Chris Stockton to earn all three points for Michael Dunwell’s side. The Anchors had started brightly and raced into a two goal lead in the opening ten minutes. However, they would have … Continue reading Sonni Strikes Secure The Points For Stockton
A mercurial, unpredictable and at times talismanic presence within the Anchors squad, James Risbrough has turned in several eye-catching performances since his return to the club. Now as the season approaches its halfway point, the charismatic full-back, known affectionately as “Munch,” sat down with Daniel List to discuss the season to date and his future goals for himself and the club.