MATCH PREVIEW | Carlton Town v Stockton Town


Competition: The Pitching In Northern Premier League East Division

Date: Saturday 9th March

Kick-Off: 3:00pm

Entry: £10 Adult, £6 Concession, £3 Kids

Ground: The Bill Stokeld Stadium , Stoke Lane, Gedling, Nottingham, NG4 2QP

Live Updates: @stockton_townfc

Live Commentary: Anchors FM-

Stockton Town are on their travels for the third time this week as they make the long trip to Carlton Town.

The Anchors had their unbeaten run which stretched back to October ended on Tuesday night as they went down 3-0 at Newton Aycliffe. Mikey Roberts had a penalty saved in what was a rare off-night.

Prior to that, Stockton had won three straight games and had kept back-to-back clean sheets.

This is the fourth attempt at playing this fixture. The original was scheduled to be played in early September.


Last season’s two meetings was the first time the club’s had faced off. Here were the results:

05 Nov 22- Stockton Town 4-3 Carlton Town- Northern Premier League East Division

25 Mar 23- Carlton Town 0-2 Stockton Town- Northern Premier League East Division


Stockton Town: L W W W D
Last Game: Newton Aycliffe 3-0 Stockton Town

Carlton Town: W L L D W
Last Game: Carlton Town 5-0 Bridlington Town


After flirting with relegation last season, this season they are in the midst of a Play-Off hunt. The Millers currently occupy eighth place with 43 points from 24 points- a healthy position with games in hand on those around them.

They were last in action two weeks ago when they produced their biggest win of the season with a 5-0 hammering of Bridlington Town. Khyle Sargent netted a brace while Micah Jebbison, Alex Hardwick and Niall Hylton were also on target.

Hardwick is the club’s top scorer with nine goals to his name.


Speaking to Anchors TV, Manager Michael Dunwell said:

“We knew it was going to be tough with three away games in row. We got the result on Saturday but unfortunately we were beaten tonight (at Newton Aycliffe.)

“We are not going to dwell on this and we haven’t become a poor side overnight. We look forward to the Carlton game and look to get back on a winning run.”

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