SATURDAY ROUND UP
A THREE goal second half blast from Racing Club Warwick turned around their FA Vase first round tie at fellow premier side Bewdley Town and gave them a 3-1 victory.
Josh Carpenter had given Bewdley a first half lead but two goals from Marshall Willock and one from Romario Martin sent Warwick through.
Lichfield City are comfortably through after a 4-0 win at United Counties League outfit Graham St Prims. A penalty from Dan Lomas and strikes from Jack Edwards, Max Dixon and Luke Childs gave them the win.
The prolific Alex McSkeane scored two more goals for Boldmere in a 2-1 win at Radford but Wolverhampton Casuals went out 1-0 at Whittlesey Athletic.
Highgate United went goal crazy in a 6-1 win at Wellingborough Whitworth, Lewis Archer notching two, Lee Chilton, Reuben Freeman, Connor Doyle and Ryan Boothe the others.
Hanley Town are safely through after a 1-0 win at Boton Town, with a Reece Jones goal on 76 minutes proving the difference,
First division outfit Atherstone Town upset United Counties Premier side Heather St John, beating them 2-1 away. Despite being one down at half time, the Adders came back with second half goals from Mitch Piggon and Brady Middleton. Wednesfield lost 4-0 at Aylestone Park and AFC Bridgnorth 9-0 at Coventry Sphinx.
League action in the premier division saw Joe Hanson give Stourport a 1-0 win over Lye Town with a 70th minute goal. Swifts fielded new signings former West Bromwich Albion striker Lee Hughes and ex Walsall front runner Alex Nicholls.
In division one, Dudley Town are breathing down Stapenhill's necks after beating them away 3-1. Connor Richins gave Stapenhill a first half lead but Dudley came back with second half strikes from Alex Perry, Hinesh Patel and Lewi Taylor-Boyce.
Town are now in third place, two points behind Stapenhill with a game in hand.
Shawbury United got just their third win of the season, 3-1 at Chelmsley Town
FA Vase First Round
BEWDLEY TOWN 1 RACING CLUB WARWICK 3
Boston Town 0 HANLEY TOWN 1
Graham St Prims 0 LICHFIELD CITY 4
Radford 1 BOLDMERE ST MICHAELS 2
ROMULUS 1 Harborough Town 1 Harborough won on pens 5-4
WORCESTER CITY 2 Lutterworth Town 1
Wellingborough Whitworth 1HIGHGATE UNITED 6
WHITCHURCH ALPORT 2 Sleaford Town 1
Whittlesey Athletic 1 WOLVERHAMPTN CASUALS 0
Heather St Johns 1 ATHERSTONE TOWN 2
Aylestone Park 4 WEDNESFIELD 0
Coventry Sphinx 9 AFC BRIDGNORTH 0
Stourport Swifts 1 Lye Town 0
Chelmsley Town 1 Shawbury United 3
Coventry Copsewood 2 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 2
Cradley Town 3 Paget Rangers 2
Dudley Sports A-A OJM Black Country
Heath Hayes 0 Bilston Town Community 5
Khalsa Football Federation 2 Nuneaton Griff 1
Stapenhill 1 Dudley Town 3
Barnt Green Spartak 1 Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 1
Cadbury Athletic 1 Redditch Borough 0
Kenilworth Sprting 3 Fairfield Villa 3
Knowle 9 Bolehall Swifts 0
Lane Head 3 Coventry Alvis 0
Hampton 0 Inkberrow 3
AFC Birmingham 4 Castle Vale Town 1
AFC Coventry Rangers 3 Continental Star 1
Balsall and Berkswell 0 AFC Solihull 4
Bartley Reds 0 Enville Athletic 6
Central Ajax 3 Leamington Hibernian 0
Coventrians 3 DSC United 5
Upton Town 3 Sutton United 1
WLV Sport 2 Birmingham Tigers 1
FA Vase first round action features highly on the agenda this weekend, with 11 of our clubs featuring in the competition.
There is an all Midland Football League clash at Ribbesford Meadows when Bewdley Town take on Racing Club Warwick, whilst Hanley Town travel to Boston Town of the United Counties League.
Whitchurch Alport are at home to Sleaford Town whilst three clubs from the MFL first division all travel away.
League action sees Stourport host Lye Town in the premier and Stapenhill v Dudley Town in the first division.
FULL SATURDAY FIXTURE LIST
FA Vase First Round Proper.
BEWDLEY TOWN v RACING CLUB WARWICK
Boston Town v HANLEY TOWN
Graham St Prims v LICHFIELD CITY
Radford v BOLDMERE ST MICHAELS
ROMULUS v Harborough Town
WORCESTER CITY v Lutterworth Town
Wellingborough Whitworth v HIGHGATE UNITED
WHITCHURCH ALPORT v Sleaford Town
Heather St Johns v ATHERSTONE TOWN
Aylestone Park v WEDNESFIELD
Coventry Sphinx v AFC BRIDGNORTH
Stourport Swifts v Lye Town
Chelmsley Town v Shawbury United
Coventry Copsewood v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Cradley Town v Paget Rangers
Dudley Sports v OJM Black Country
Heath Hayes v Bilston Town Community
Khalsa Football Federation v Nuneaton Griff
Stapenhill v Dudley Town
Barnt Green Spartak v Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons
Cadbury Athletic v Redditch Borough
Coton Green v Alcester Town
Hampton v Inkberrow
Kenilworth Sporting v Fairfield Villa
Knowe v Bolehall Swifts
Lane Head v Coventry Alvis
AFC Birmingham v Castle Vale Town
AFC Coventry Rangers v Continental Star
Balsall and Berkswell v AFC Solihull
Bartley Reds v Enville Athletic
Central Ajax v Leamington Hibernians
Coventrians v DSC United
Upton Town v Sutton United
WLV Sport v Birmingham Tigers
NEWS IN BRIEF
FREE scoring forward Ethan Muckley has made the step up the divisions to join Tividale from OJM Black Country.
The youngster has been prolific for the first division side - who ground share at Lye Town - and his goals attracted attention from Tividale boss Dave King, who is without front man Dan Smith through injury.
Meanwhile mifielder Brogan Halpin has left the club after struggling to get back in the side after injury.
STOURPORT SWIFTS boss Quentin Townsend has moved to strengthen on and off the field.
He has added three forwards in former Worcester City front runner Taylor Townsend, Alex Nicholls who was with Stourbridge last season and former West Bromwich Albion forward Lee Hughes, who has non-league experience at Kidderminster, Worcester City and Halesowen Town.
KENILWORTH Sporting boss Martin Ashcroft has signed Elliot Palmer from Coventry Alvis.
The centre-half will go straight into the squad for the game at home to Fairield Villa tomorrow.
Below (L-R) Lee Hughes, Alex Nicholls
THE draw for the second round of the Birmingham Senior Cup has been made, with Lye Town drawn at home to Tamworth and Romulus away to Hednesford Town.
Lye Town beat Solihull on Tuesday to book their place in the next round.
Redditch United v Coventry City
Stourbridge v Aston Villa
Halesowen Town v Burton Albion
Hednesford Town v ROMULUS
Leamington v WBA
Sutton Coldfield v Nuneaton Borough
LYE TOWN v Tamworth
Alvechurch v Coventry City
WHITCHURCH ALPORT are looking for opponents for a possible friendly next Tuesday, October 26.
They are able to host the game, or travel.
To contact them, direct message on Twitter @alportfc
DARLASTON Town went through in the JW Hunt Cup tonight (Wednesday) 5-4 on penalties against AFC Wulfrunians after it finished 1-1 in 90 minutes.
Andy Nicol scored the goal in normal time for Darlaston at the Paycare Stadium, Jack Till getting the goal for Wulfrunians.
THERE is one fixture tonight, in the JW Hunt Cup,, when Darlaston Town 1874 take on AFC Wulfrunians.
Kick off at the Paycare Ground, Darlaston, is 7.45pm
HANLEY TOWN went back to the top of the Midland Football League with a 2-1 victory at Racing Club Warwick on Tuesday night.
Wolverhampton Casuals lost 3-1 at home to Haughmond despite taking an early lead through Andy Corfield.
In the Birmingham Senior Cup, Tividale lost 4-1 at home to Stourbridge but Lye Town beat Solihull Moors 2-0.
Highgate United went out of the Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup on penalties 4-2 after a 2-2 draw with Inkberrow in 90 minutes, Ryan Boothe and Connor Doyle were on target for United. in normal time.
FULL TUESDAY RESULTS
Midland Football League Premier Division
Racing Club Warwick 1 Hanley Town 2
Wolverhamptongate Casuals 1 Haughmond 3
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 5 Bilston Town Community 3
Birmingham Senior Cup
Tividale 1 Stourbridge 4
Lye Town 2 Solihull Moors 0
Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup
Atherstone Town 6 Studley 0
Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup
Highgate United 2 Inkberrow 2 (Inkberrow won 4-2 on pens)
JW Hunt Cup
Dudley Sports 0 OJM Black Country 1
GOALS from Tom Williams and James Henry gave Chelmsley Town a 2-0 win over Cradley Town in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup on Monday night.
There is a big night of action tonight (Tuesday) in both league and cup competitions.
In the premier division, Racing Club Warwick are at home to Hanley Town and Wolverhampton Casuals to Haughmond.
Division One action sees Wolverhampton Sporting Community host Bilston Town Community.
Full Tuesday fixture list (7.45pm unless stated_
RC Warwick v Hanley Town
Wolverhampton Casuals v Haughmond
Wolverhampton SC v Bilston Town Community
Birmingham Senior Cup
TIVIDALE v Stourbridge
LYE TOWN v Solihull Moors
Smedley Crooke Memorial Charity Cup
HIGHGATE UNITED v INKBERROW
COTON GREEN v FC DARLASTON
KENILWORTH SPORTING v ALCESTER TOWN (7.30pm)
Malvern Town v HAMPTON
Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup
NUNEATON GRIFF v WEDNESFIELD
ATHERSTONE TOWN v Studley
JW Hunt Cup
DUDLEY SPORTS v OJM BLACK COUNTRY
OLD WULFRUNIANS v Lane Head.
CHELMSLEY Town have cut admission prices for their Birmingham Midweek Floodit Cup tie with Cradley Town tonight (Monday).
Adults will pay just £3 whilst concessions will get in for £1 and Under 12s for free.
Kick off tonight is 7.45pm.
WEEKEND ROUND UP
Lichfield City went back to the top of the premier division after a 4-0 win over Tividale at the Trade Tyre Community Stadium.
Two goals from Jack Edwards, one from Max Dixon and a Dan Lomas penalty gave them a comfortable victory.
But Hanley Town are hot on their heels after a 2-1 win at Walsall Wood courtesy of Ryan Campbell Gordon and a late goal from substitute Kyle Stubbs.
Both Lichfield and Hanley are unbeaten in the league, with the latter having played one game more.
Worcester City are fourth after a 2-0 win at Boldmere with an Aaron Roberts double whilst Lye slipped up 2-1 at Whitchurch, where Alex Hughes got two for the home side and Ben Billingham missed a penalty for Lye.
Stone Old Alleynians got an excellent 2-0 win at Shifnal Town, with a penalty from David Abelwhite and one from Sam Wilson, both in the first half.
A Tom Hughes header on 75 minutes for Haughmond rescued a point for them in a 1-1 draw with Highgate, who had taken an early lead.
Kyle Belmont hit a hat-trick for Bewdley Town who produced a 4-0 win at Racing Club Warwick. Simon Rudd scored Bewdley's other goal.
AFC Wulfrunians drew level with Romulus courtesy of a 2-0 away win at Castle Vale. Aaron Bishop and Jack Till got the goals for Wulfs.
Uttoxeter Town came back from going behind at Stourport Swifts to win 3-1. Martin Slevin had given Swifts the lead but goals from Paul Hughes, Jack Jeffrie and Jack Avery saw the points go bac to Staffordshire.
Two goals from Mitch Lawley helped Dudley Town to a 3-1 win over Paget in division one, keeping the pressure on Stapenhill and Atherstone, both of whom had comfortable wins.
Boldmere St Michaels 0 Worcester City 2
Lichfield City 4 Tividale 0.
Racing Club Warwick 0 Bewdley Town 4
Romulus 0 AFC Wulfrunians 2
Shifnal Town 0 Stone Old Alleynians 2
Stourport Swifts 1 Uttoxeter Town 3
Walsall Wood 1 Hanley Town 2
Whitchurch Alport 2 Lye Town 1
Haughmond 1 Highgate United 1
Atherstone Town 3 Cradley Town 0
Bilston Town Community 1 Stapenhill 3
Coventry Copsewood 2 AFC Bridgnorth 0
Dudley Sports 1 Ashby Ivanhoe 6
Dudley Town 3 Paget Rangers 1
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Wednesfield 1
Nuneaton Grifff 3 Chelmsley Town 1
OJM Black Country 3 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1
Shawbury United 0 Darlaston Town 1874 2
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 1 Redditch Borough 2
Coventry Alvis 0 Kenilworth Sporting 3
Fairfield Villa 6 Lane Head 1
AFC Coventry Rangers 6 Birmingham Tigers 0
AFC Solihull 3 Upton Town 2
DSC United 1 Castle Vale Town 1
Continental Star 3 AFC Birmingham 3
Please note: The cup results from the weekend are on the full time section of the website
NEW Walsall Wood manager Harry Harris could have a tough start to his reign at Oak Park with a home game against Hanley Town his first outing on Saturday.
Leaders Lye Town travel to Whitchurch Alport whilst second place Lichfield City entertain third placed Tividale at The City Ground.
Bewdley Town and Stourport both got off the marks with wins last Saturday - Bewdley travel to Racing Club Warwick tomorrow and Stourport are at home to Uttoxeter Town.
In division one, Atherstone Town are at home to Cradley Town and Stapenhill have a tough game at Bilston Town Community.
Full Saturday programme (League games only, cup games posted on fixtures)
Boldmere St Michaels v Worcester City
Haughmond v Lichfield City
Racing CLub Warwick v Bewdley Town
Romulus v AFC Wulfrunians
Shifnal Town v Stone Old Alleynians
Stourport Swifts v Uttoxeter Town
Walsall Wood v Hanley Town
Whitchurch Alport v Lye Town
Atherstone Town v Cradley Town
Bilston Town Community v Stapenhill
Coventry Copsewood v AFC Bridgnorth
Dudley Sports v Ashby Ivanhoe
Dudley Town v Paget Rangers
Khalsa Football Federation v Wednesfield
Nuneaton Grifff v Chelmsley Town
OJM Black Country v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Shawbury United v Darlaston Town 1874
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons v Redditch Borough
Coventry Alvis v Kenilworth Sporting
Fairfield Villa v Lane Head
AFC Coventry Rangers v Birmingham Tigers
AFC Solihull v Upton Town
Continental Star v AFC Birmingham
DSC United v Castle Vale Town
WALSALL WOOD have announced Harry Harris as their new first team manager.
Harris, who has been coaching the club's youth and reserve players, will be assisted by Jay Denny as assistant, Alex Molloy, Casey Boswell and Stuart Grosvenor who will act as an advisor.
Harris will continue to be involved behind the scenes in developing the club's plan for an academy.
The new management team will be in place for the home game with Hanley Town on Saturday.
THE draw for the first round of the Walsall Senior Cup has been made, with two Midland Football League teams playing each other.
Paget Rangers will play Lye Town and Walsall Wood will travel to Brocton.
Fourteen clubs will receive a bye into the second round, the draw for which looks like this.
Coleshill Town v Rushall Olympic
BOLDMERE ST MICHAELS v Walsall
WOLVERHAMPTON CASUALS v TIVIDALE
Chasetown v PAGET OR LYE
WEDENESFIELD v HEATH HAYES
Sutton Coldfield Town v Stafford Rangers
Sporting Khalsa v Rocester.
Both rounds are to be played before Friday November 19
THERE were two cup ties involving Midland Football League clubs on Wednesday night.
In the JW HUnt Cup, Wolverhampton Sporting Community drew 1-1 with Brocton.
And in the Birmingham Senior Cup, Highgate United drew 2-2 at home to West Bromwich Albion but lost 5-4 on penalities.
Connor Mooney and Kyle Haden got United's goals in normal time,
CUP action takes prominence again tonight with an attractive Birmingham Senior Cup game at Tythe Barn Lane between Highgate United and West Bromwich Albion.
There is one game in the JW Hunt Cup tonight as well when Wolverhampton Sporting Community entertain Brocton.
Both games kick off at 7.45pm.
RACING Club Warwick have signed Scott Hammond from Coventry Sphinx.
The youngster (seen in action below) who also plays for Leamington Hibs on a Sunday, has been training with Racing Club for a month and lives in Warwick.Manager Scott Easterlow said:. "He has really impressed us in that time and we are delighted he has now signed"
In other news Michee Mbuti, who joined earlier in the season has left the club
OJM Black Country beat Nuneaton Griff 4-1 in the only league fixture on Tuesday, to move into fifth place in the first division.
Meanwhile in the Birmingham Senior Cup, AFC Wulfrunians bowed out 2-1 at home to Coventry City, Aaron Bishop getting the goal for Wulfs.
In the JW Hunt Cup, Wolverhampton Casuals won 3-1 at Bustlehome, Matt Bestall with a penalty, James Thompson and Michael Bridges scoring for Casuals. Bustlehome's reply came from Charlie Hill
Bridgnorth lost 4-1 at home to Lichfield City but Shifnal beat Willenhall 4-0 at home,
A FIFTH goal in four games by Dan Jones gave Dudley Town a 1-0 win at Chelmsley Town last night (Monday).
It was the first home defeat of the season for the hosts and the result moves Dudley into third place in the league.
Cup action dominates the fixtures tonight (Tuesday) with JW Hunt Cup and Birmingham Senior Cup games taking place.
There is a first division versus premier game at Crown Meadow in the JW Hunt when Bridgnorth host Lichfield City.
In the Birmingham Senior Cup. AFC Wulfrunians host championship outfit Coventry City.
There is also league action in division one, with OJM Black Country at home to Nuneaton Griff.
Full Tueday fixtures
JW Hunt Cup
Bridgnorth v Lichfield City
Bustlehome v Wolverhampton Casuals
Shifnal Town v Willenhall
Birmingham Senior Cup
AFC Wulfrunians v Coventry City
Midland Football League Division One
OJM Black Country v Nuneaton Griff
THERE is one game tonight (Monday) in division one when Chelmsley Town take on Dudley Town at Pack Meadow.
Dudley, who beat Khalsa Football Federation 2-1 on Saturday, will be attempting to go into third in the table above Darlaston Town and Chemsley will be looking to move into ninth. Kick off is 7.45pm
LYE TOWN knocked Boldmere off the top of the MFL Premier with a 2-0 win at Stourbridge Road.
A first half goal from Sam Tye and one in the second from Adam Meacham won the game for Lye, in front of a crowd of 154.
Romulus surprised Shifnal by beating them 3-2 at the Acoustafoam Stadium. Two from Owen Watkins and one from Cameron Lee saw them through.
In the first division, Jordan Wilson scored all four goals for Ashby Ivanhoe in a 4-3 win over Bilston Town Community.
Atherstone Town went back on top with a 2-0 win at Paget Rangers as Stapenhill could only draw at home to OJM Black Country.
Full Saturday results
AFC Wulfs 3 Racing Club Warwick 3
Bewdley Town 3 Wolverhammpton Casuals 0
Hanley Town 2 Lichfield City 2
Haughmond 1 Stourport Swifts 3
Lye Town 2 Boldmere St Michaels 0
Shifnal Town 2 Romulus 3
Stone Old Alleynians 3 Walsall Wood 3
Uttoxeter Town 3 Highgate United 2
Worcester City 1 Tividale 2
Ashby Ivanhoe 4 Billston Town Community 3
Cradley Town 0 Chelmsley Town 0
Darlaston Town 1874 7 Dudley Sports 0
Heath Hayes 1 AFC Bridgnorth 2
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Dudley Town 2
Paget Rangers 0 Atherstone Town 2
Shawbury United 2 Coventry Copsewood 1
Stapenhill 1 OJM Black Country 1
Wednesfield 0 Nuneaton Griff 0
Coton Green 2 Redditch Borough 0
Earlswood Town 3f Bolehall Swifts 0
Fairfield Villa 1 Cadbury Athletic 2
Hampton 2 Alcester Town 2
Inkberrow 7 Coventry Alvis 0
Kenilworth Sporting 1 Barnt Green Spartak 1
Knowle 4 Boldmere Sports and Social 0
AFC Birmingham 3 Sutton United 0
Balsall and Berkswell 2 Coventrians 1
Bartley Reds 0 AFC Coventry Rangers 10
Castle Vale Town 4 Continental Star 1
Central Ajax 2 AFC Solihulll 0
DSC United 1 Leamington Hibernian 1
Upton Town 1 Birmingham Tigers 1
WLV Sport 0 Enville Athletic 0
THINGS are hotting up in the premier division title race and this weekend might have a say in its outcome.
Hanley Town are playing catch up to an extent after their FA Cup run and are at home to fellow unbeaten Staffordshire outfit Lichfield City.
Lye Town in fourth position will look forward to their clash at home to leaders Boldmere and Shifnal are at home to Romulus, with Worcester City at home to Tividale.
At the other end of the table, Bewdley Town are still looking for their first win of the season and will hope to get it against Wolverhampton Casuals tomorrow.
First division action sees top of the table and unbeaten Stapenhill at home to in-form OJM Black Country whilst Atherstone travel to Paget Rangers.
FULL SATURDAY FIXTURES
AFC WUfrunians v Racing Club Warwick
Bewdley Town v Wolverhampton Casuals
Hanley Town v Lichfield City
Haughmond v Stourport Swifts
Lye Town v Boldmere St Michaels
Shfinal Town v Romulus
Stone Old Alleynians v Walsall Wood
Uttoxeter Town v Highgate United
Worcester City v Tividale
Heath Hayes v AFC Bridgnorth
Ashby Ivanhoe v Bilston Town Community
Cradley Town v Chelmsley Town
Darlaston Town 1874 v Dudley Sports
Khalsa Football Federation v Dudley Town
Paget Rangers v Atherstone Town
Shawbury United v Coventry Copsewood
Stapenhill v OJM Black Country
Wednesfield v Nuneaton Griff
Coton Green v Redditch Borough
Earlswood Town v Bolehall Swifts
Fairfield Villa v Cadbury Athletic
Hampton v Alcester Town
Kenilworth Sporting v Barnt Green Spartak
Inkberrow v Coventry Alvis
Knowle v Boldmere Sports and Social
Balsall and Berkswell v Coventrians
AFC Birmingham v Sutton United
Bartley Reds v AFC Coventry Rrangers
Castle Vale Town v Continental Star
Central Ajax v AFC Solihull
DSC United v Leamington Hibernians
Upton Town v Birmingham Tigers
WLV Sport v Enville Athletic
DUDLEY Town have a number of free midweek days and Saturdays to fill with a fixture over the next few months and are on the look out for friendlies.
They are also looking for a goalkeeping coach to work with the first team. Although coaching badges are preferred, they are not essential but preferably applicants will be flexible and local.
To reply to either, direct message the club on twitter @DudleyTownFC
DEFENDER Joe Hawkins has joined Lye Town from Stourport Swifts
Hawkins, who previously played for Cradley Town, Worcester City and Tividale, joined Stourport in May but has now made the switch back to the Black Country.
He will be available for the home game with Boldmere on Saturday.
HANLEY Town have re-signed striker Theo Stair from Nantwich Town.
Stair, originally a product of the Crewe youth academy had a long spell with Hanley previously, helping them to the North West Counties Division One title in 2016 when he scored 26 times and they were promoted to step five.
RACING Club Warwick have signed midfielder Charlie Jones.
Charlie was at Leicester City as a schoolboy, joining Nuneaton Borough as a scholar before moving onto Solihull Moors Academy.
He will be available for this weekends game at Wulfrunians.
Below (L-R): Joe Hawkins, Theo Stair.
NEWS IN BRIEF
SHIFNAL TOWN: Goalkeeper Callum Smith has joined Shifnal Town after leaving Nuneaton Borough this week.
Smith (pictured)joined Borough from Wolverhampton Sporting in July but has found first team appearances difficult to come by.
TIVIDALE: Striker Eshan Greer has joined Tividale. Greer has played for Stourbridge and has also been on the books of AFC Telford, Northwich and Wolves.
But fellow striker Tyree Clarke has announced he is taking an extended break from football.
He has played 77 times for the clubb and scored 25 goals.
Meanwhile forward Dan Smith faces at least ten weeks on the sidelines after breaking his ankle against Warstones Wanderers last night.
CRADLEY TOWN: The club is inviting applications for the position of first team coach.
Interested parties should contact Simon on 07889 912 171.
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