Sunday 23 July, 2017
STOKE travel to Monmore green on Monday night to face Cradley in the Travel Plus National League, 7.30pm.

The A.R. Richards Potters will be at full strength for the meeting as will the Heathens who have signed Tyler Govier who comes into replace Shelby Rutherford at reserve. The Heathens will be hoping to take the victory if they wish to maintain their push for a play off place after losing out to Belle Vue last time out while the Potters will be looking to gain something out of the meeting after losing out to Birmingham last Wednesday night.

The Heathens have a strong heat leader trio in Danny Ayres, Tom Perry and Dan Greenwood and are well supported by Luke Harris and Joe Lawlor who complete the top five with Conor Dwyer also performing well around the tricky Monmore circuit.

Potters boss Malcolm Vasey commented “We have named an unchanged side, the side has done well considering everything but unfortunately we have not got the best out of everyone in every match and hopefully we can do that on Monday night and perhaps we can give Cradley something to think about. Cradley are a very good side and they will be no doubt looking to avenge their defeat at Loomer Road just over a month ago and they are desperate for the points in order to make the league play offs at the end of the season having not got anything from their meeting at Belle Vue last week so they will be under a little pressure and hoping they do not slip up against us.”

CRADLEY: Danny Ayres, Luke Harris, Dan Greenwood, Joe Lawlor, Tom Perry, Conor Dwyer, Tyler Govier.
STOKE: Mitchell Davey, Ryan Terry-Daley, Tony Atkin, David Wallinger, Luke Priest, Paul Burnett, Shaun Tedham.