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The UK’s largest computer fair organiser will be holding an event at Stoke Town Hall this weekend.
Premier computer fairs hold monthly events in the West Midlands, offering discounts on laptops and other tech accessories.
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Stoke City and Port Vale are joining forces to help stage a ‘mini World Cup’ for charity this summer.
Stafford Rangers suffered a 2-1 defeat despite taking the lead against Ashton United.
Mark Hughes believes home wins are an expectation now rather than a hope for Stoke City.
Stoke’s home form is the fourth best in the Premier League, which gives them confidence going in to today’s game.
Crewe are involved in a promotion and relegation battle tomorrow.
They have recently slipped back into the relegation zone after hovering above it for the second half of the season.
Hednesford take on the Skrill North division’s other in-form side tomorrow in a crunch play-off clash.
Hednesford and opponents Guiseley have both won four and drawn one of their last five games and have been in sensational form cementing places in the play-offs.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has been beaten to the Premier League Manager of the Month award by table topping Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers.
Hughes was nominated for the award after Stoke’s form throughout March, which included impressive wins over Aston Villa and title chasing Arsenal, but it was Rodgers who collected the accolade after five wins in five games lifted Liverpool to the top of the Premier League.
Port Vale centre-half Carl Dickinson is remaining optimistic about the club’s late push for a playoff spot insisting the season is not over yet.
Following back-to-back wins Port Vale, find themselves only seven points shy of sixth spot with five games remaining.