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Three-sy for young Blues

Blues Academy 3 Ipswich Wanderers 0 The young Blues made it four wins in their last five games at the ProKit UK Stadium on Wednesday, but they made hard work of beating Wanderers who have yet to pick up a point in the Alliance this term. After many missed chances Stortford eventually went ahead three…


Blues 2 Welling 2 – pics added

Blues gained a vital point in their fight against relegation with a 2-2 draw against Welling United on Tuesday, but they will probably look back at it as two points lost against the Wings, Luke Callander was on target twice for Stortford but also missed a couple of easier chances to add to his tally…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks at Blues’ games on February 22nd In 2014 on this date we faced the short journey to Canvey Island to play Concord Rangers in a league game. Both teams were in mid-table but a late run would have put the play-offs within reach so points were still important, but the game proved…


Academy at home today

Blues Academy side host Ipswich Wanderers at the ProKit UK Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, kick-off 1pm. Admission is free. Tim Moylette’s side have won three of their last four games, including a 4-2 win at Ipswich, and they’ll look to move up from fifth place in the National League Ui19 Alliance Division C when they…

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City on the telly at the ProKit

As well as Blues six pointer against Welling United on Tuesday,  the Manchester City versus Monaco game will on in the bar.


Blues look to clip Wings

Blues return home on Tuesday when they will look for their first league double of the season as they host Welling United, kick-off 7.45pm. The Wings were expected to challenge for an immediate return to the Vanarama National League top flight following their relegation last season, but they are involved in a fight to avoid…


Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks at Blues’ games on February 20th Firstly, two trivia items for today. On this day in 1943 Blues played a rare wartime competitive game. Unlike many top amateur clubs Bishop’s Stortford did not play in a wartime league and mostly made do with friendlies against service sides. However the Herts FA competitions…


Blues sunk by Poole

BISHOP’S STORTFORD 1 POOLE TOWN 4 Blues failed to build on a bright start as they slumped to their 12th home loss of the Vanarama South campaign. There were near misses at both ends early on and a 15th minute low effort from Harry Hickford was saved well by Poole stopper Nick Hutchings. Gradually the…


Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on February 19th In 2005 in the first season of Conference South as it was then known we hosted Redbridge in their only season at this level. Not to be confused with Redbridge Forest or Dagenham & Redbridge this club were previously known as Ford United. We were…

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