Author: James Gregory

Stockton Town win thriller to cap a profitable September

Stockton Town ended the month on a high, in complete contrast to how it started, with their 4th league win in the last 5 matches against another top 8 side in Seaham Red Star Stockton made a bright start and took the lead after six minutes when Sonni Colemans header over the defence was collected by Owens who lobbed it over the keeper and rolled … Continue reading Stockton Town win thriller to cap a profitable September »

Anchors Good Form continues…..

Anchors Good Form continued to make it 4 wins in the last 5 games with another excellent attacking performance filled with pace and quality against a highly rated Dunston UTS side who’d themselves won 8 in a row before tonight. Dunston contributed to another thrilling game for the spectators but Town’s defence was outstanding on the evening. The ever impressive Kevin Hayes was switched to … Continue reading Anchors Good Form continues….. »

‘Stocko’s on Fire’ as First Team clinch Vase victory in final seconds

Stockton Town grabbed a dramatic victory in the final seconds of extra time today with a strike by sub Chris Stockton breaking Consett’s hearts Both teams met here last month and played out another seven goal thriller but this was even better, Consett’s Danny Craggs and Chris Stockton for the anchors both hit hat tricks in a game littered with goals, chances, brilliant saves and … Continue reading ‘Stocko’s on Fire’ as First Team clinch Vase victory in final seconds »

Anchors lose despite valiant effort

Stockton Town suffered a 0-3 home defeat to Marske United last night, despite putting in a valiant effort. in front of 415 spectators.  Stockton started the match on front foot but Marske soon found their pace and took the lead on the tenth minute through Michael Roberts. Roberts fired in from close range after opening up the Anchors’ defence. The rest of the first half … Continue reading Anchors lose despite valiant effort »

Stockton Town U18s impress in defeat

Stockton Town U18s impressed despite losing a very competitive match on Monday night in the FA Youth Cup second qualifying round, home clash against Spennymoor Town’s U18s Both teams made bright starts with the visitors taking the lead just before the half hour mark. Ciaran Jackson managed to pry Stockton’s defence open and fired in a close range effort to give Spennymoor Town U18s a 0-1 … Continue reading Stockton Town U18s impress in defeat »