Author Archive: Liam Hoofe
Game stores across Staffordshire face an uncertain future after the High Street retailer filed for administration.
The company runs several stores in the city, including two in the Potteries Centre in Hanley and a Gamestation which it also owns on Hanley’s High Street.
It was a tale of missed opportunities at Gresty Road where Crewe Alexandra were held to a draw by promotion chasing Shrewsbury Town in League Two.
Crewe started the game brightly with Greg Pearson just missing a chance to give the Railwaymen a dream start.
The Stoke Spitfires speedway team have confirmed they will return to action this year having been entered into the Midlands Development League.
The Spitfires are one of seven teams entering the competition – which was granted official status by the British Speedway Promoters Association (BSPA) this week – alongside Coventry-Mercia, Halifax, Milton Keynes, Sheffield, Scunthorpe and Long Heaton.