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Stourbridge Football Club (nicknamed "The Glassboys" due to the town's traditional association with the cut glass industry) is an English association football club based in the town of Stourbridge, West Midlands. The club currently plays in the Northern Premier League Premier Division

Stourbridge Football Club (nicknamed "The Glassboys" due to the town's traditional association with the cut glass industry) is an English association football club based in the town of Stourbridge, West Midlands. The club currently plays in the Northern Premier League Premier Division

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After one season in the Lancashire and Cheshire Federation, Hyde joined the Manchester League and by 1930 had won it five times and won the Gilgryst Cup twice. During the 1920s, the teams players wore black-and-white halved shirts for a spell. The club moved into the Cheshire County League in 1930 and won the League Challenge Cup four years later. The decade after the Second World War proved to be a purple patch for the club. In 1946 they won the Cheshire Senior Cup

After one season in the Lancashire and Cheshire Federation, Hyde joined the Manchester League and by 1930 had won it five times and won the Gilgryst Cup twice. During the 1920s, the teams players wore black-and-white halved shirts for a spell. The club moved into the Cheshire County League in 1930 and won the League Challenge Cup four years later. The decade after the Second World War proved to be a purple patch for the club. In 1946 they won the Cheshire Senior Cup

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Henry VIII dissolved all of the abbey's in the following year,1536.The Brooke family later bought Norton priory, probably at a bargain price, and made it their seat.Note that Norton means north.Also within Runcorn are Weston (west), Aston (east), and Sutton (south).The John Heseham mentioned next may have been the abbey blacksmith.The time period was only one year after the abbey's smith had fled and Sir Piers Dutton plays a central role again.

Henry VIII dissolved all of the abbey's in the following year,1536.The Brooke family later bought Norton priory, probably at a bargain price, and made it their seat.Note that Norton means north.Also within Runcorn are Weston (west), Aston (east), and Sutton (south).The John Heseham mentioned next may have been the abbey blacksmith.The time period was only one year after the abbey's smith had fled and Sir Piers Dutton plays a central role again.

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