Rugeley Rugby Club are looking forward to rounding off a successful season with a cup final appearance.
Leek RUFC captain Gary McDermott has praised his side ahead of their possible promotion clincher against Old Saltlieans.
The Moorlanders have enjoyed a brilliant season so far leading the Midlands Two West (North) by seven points with only three matches remaining.
Longton lost 31-3in their latest National League 3 Midlands encounter and were outplayed by promotion chasing Hinckley Town, who ran in five tries.
Hinckley scored twice in the first half through Rich Harris and Joe Glover. They then scored three more tries in the second half, first through prop David Peck, next from a penalty try and finally Harris scored for his second try of the match.
Stoke Easy Rider Potters promoter Dave Tattum looks set to unveil Lee Payne as the first rider for their 2014 line up.
Payne, 27, switched from motocross to speedway and joined the Potters last season in place of the injured Emerson Jones.
Rugby Union is set to shape the future of sporting trend for Stoke-on-Trent with children as young as one now taking part in training sessions.
Little Stars Rugby, which is based in Wales and was founded in 2011, provides rugby skills training to toddlers and has now branched out to the Co-Operative Academy in Tunstall.
Thousands of residents across Staffordshire are pulling together all in the name of Children In Need.
Dressing up, baking cakes, and shaving legs are some of the crazy antics some people are involved in today (November 15).
Keele University delivered the first blow in Varsity 2013 with victory over Staffordshire University in the indoor cricket.
Staffordshire, this year’s hosts of the annual event, are bidding to win the cup for the first time since 2009.
More than 18,000 spectators are expected to head for Uttoxeter Racecourse for the Betfred Midlands Grand National meeting.
There will be seven races on the card for Saturday (March 16) – the first at 2.05pm and the last coming at 5.30pm, with the feature race off at 3.50pm.
Burton Bucks have reached the last stage of the Staffordshire Cup for the second year running to set up a repeat of last year’s final against local rivals Lichfield.
The academy team battled their way to a 31-0 victory against Stafford in tough conditions with the heavy rain and strong winds throughout.
A new £556,000 sports centre for Stone could become a reality.
The town’s rugby and hockey clubs decided to press ahead with their ambitious project at a meeting this week.