Midweek Floodlit Youth Cup Match Preview
Midweek Floodlit Youth Cup
- Brocton vs Stourbridge
- Monday 27th March - 7:30pm
- Chasetown, Church St, Burntwood, WS7 3QL
- Adults £5.00 / Concession £3.00 / U16s Free
Founded in 1937 Brocton have teams at different ages, with their first team doing the Brocton name proud in the North West Counties League. Their U18s are in a race for the title to be named champions of the Midland Floodlight Youth League Western Division under the management of Ben Douglas and coaching staff Ryan Douglas and Alfie Marsden. This is looking to be an impressive 1st season for the team in green. Seeing them with a chance to win and league and cup double. But its not all been plain sailing for Brocton as their semi-final victory was down to a dramatic last-minute winner. Success has not been limited to the U18s as several players have been called up to the first team, including the likes of Jonty Kearns, Jack Bostock, Charlie King and more. All this work shows that the future is bright for Brocton and they’ll be hoping they’ll be bring back silverware.
Brocton’s Route To The Final
1st Round: Brocton 8 – 1 Egerton Football Club U18 NWYA
2nd Round: Lichfield City U18 0 – 4 Brocton FC
Quarter-Final: Haughmond U18 2 – 6 Brocton FC
Semi-Final: Brocton 2 – 1 Lye Town U18 Youth
The club as a whole has a wide range of teams of different ages and for different genders or abilities. One of the great success for Stourbridge’s Senior team was qualifying for the FA Cup and making it as far as the 3rd round when they unfortunately bowed out to then League 2 Wycombe Wanderers. During their recent history they have secured 3 Worcestershire Senior Cups, despite the cup success they not been able to get their hands on the league title. With the youth team Stourbridge’s U18s compete in the Midland Floodlit Youth League Premier Division, currently sitting at a respectable 3rd place and having a strong defensive record with 1 conceded in their cup run and being the second highest scores in the league. This shows Stourbridge as a successive side with a promising future insight for the team in red & white.
Stourbridge’s Route To The Final
1st Round: BYE
2nd Round: Walsall Wood U19 MJPL 0 – 7 Stourbridge
Quarter-Final: Wolverhampton Casuals Youth u18 0 – 1 Stourbridge FC
Semi-Final: Stourbridge FC 4 – 1 Bilbrook Juniors U18 MFYL
Referee: Darren Stone
Assistant Referee: Oliver Swindail
Assistant Referee: Ciara Barker
4th Official: Neal Podmore
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