BROCTON FC, based in Stafford, are looking for a manager of their development team which will be playing in the Midland Football League next season.
The development squad has a direct feed into the first team, managed by Alex Curtis, that currently plays in the North West Counties Football League First Division South.
They are looking for an enthusiastic coach or manager with an emphasis on the development of young players. If interested, please contact club chairman, Nigel Pepper, by email (email@example.com) in the first instance.
The closing date for applications is Saturday.
DARLASTON Town 1874 are celebrating after a dramatic 96th minute strike from substitute Kieron Miller secured their place in the
Midland Football League Premier Division after a 2-1 win over Stapenhill.
Miller angled a shot from close to the touchline, around 30 yards out, which gave Stapenhill goalkeeper Paul Hollis no chance - it was a goal worthy of winning any game.
George Teeney had equalised in the 86th minute for Stapenhill from close range after Jake Pearson had earlier given Darlaston the lead on 68 minutes.
Darlaston had finished above Stapenhill in the regular season on goal difference, giving them home advantage for the play off final.
DARLASTON Town and Stapenhill play off on Saturday to decide who goes up to the premier division next season.
A big crown is expected at the Paycare Stadium, Darlaston for the one off game between two teams who have been neck and neck all season.
Both accumulated 78 points in the regular season whilst Darlaston scored 98 goals to Stapenhill's 97, although Darlaston have conceded less goals.
But it all looks as though it could be a close game and admission to the game tomorrow is £5 for adults, £3 for children and under tens free. Kick off is 3pm.
IN the first division play off semi finals on Tuesday night, Darlaston Town 1874 beat Dudley Town 4-0 and Stapenhill beat Ashby Ivanhoe 4-2.
It means the play off final for a place in the premier division will be held at the Paycare Stadium, Darlaston on Saturday afternoon at 3pm.
WITH the final games in the Midland Football League played attention now turns to the play off games, both of which have been finalised.
Stapenhill will play Ashby Ivanhoe at home and Darlaston Town will receive Dudley Town - both games take place on Tuesday night with 7.45pm kick offs
BOLDMERE ST Michaels have been promoted from the Midland Football League after winning their play off game at Chalfot St Peter 4-0.
Two goals from Alex McSkeane and one each from Joe Daley and Kyle Byrne sealed their victory and they will play at step four next season.
In the first division, Coventry Copsewood were relegated after they lost 2-1 at home to Bilston Town Community with relegation rivals AFC Bridgnorth and Khalsa Football Federation drawing their games.
Darlaston Town 1874 finish runners up to Atherstone Town on goal difference, Town winning their game today with Stapenhill drawing.
Chalfont St Peter 0 Boldmere St Michaels 4
AFC Bridgnorth 1 Stapenhill 1
Coventry Copsewood 1 Bilston Town Community 2
Dudley Sports 1 Atherstone Town 2
Dudley Town 0 Ashby Ivanhoe 4
Nuneaton Griff 1 Wednesfield 1
Paget Rangers 2 Khalsa Football Federation 2
Shawbury United 1 Heath Hayes 2
Chelmsley Town 1 Darlaston Town 1874 2
Wolverhampton Sporting Community P-P OJM Black Country
BOLDMERE St Michaels travel to Chalfont St Peter on Saturday for a play-off game to decide which team plays at step four next season.
Attention in the league is focussed on Division One in the final games, where the runners up spot and last relegation spot is still to be decided.
Stapenhill, Darlaston or Ashby Ivanhoe could all finish second in the league, whilst any one of Coventry Copsewood Cradley Town, Chelmsley Town, Khalsa Football Federation or AFC Bridgnorth could go down.
Chalfont St Peter v Boldmere St Michaels
AFC Bridgnorth v Stapenhill
Chelmsley Town v Darlaston Town
Coventry Copsewood v Bilston Town Community
Dudley Sports v Atherstone Town
Dudley Town v Ashby Ivanhoe
Nuneaton Griff v Wednesfield
Paget Rangers v Khalsa Football Federation
Shawbury United v Heath Hayes.
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons v Coventry Alvis
Cadbury Athletic v Inkberrow
AFC Birmingham v Enville Athletic
Birmingham Tigers v Central Ajax
NEWS IN BRIEF
Congratulations to Whitchurch Alport striker Alex Hughes (pictured) who has been confirmed as the premier division’s leading scorer with 31 after the last games of the season.
He finished three ahead of Lichfield City’s Jack Edwards and Boldmere’s Alex McSkeane, both of whom
had 28 goals.
David Lomas of Lichfield (24) and Dylan Hart of Bewdley (21) also broke the 20 barrier
Cradley Town FC are inviting applications to ground share this coming season on Saturdays at their Beeches View Avenue ground
Any interested parties can call chairman Trevor Thomas on 07740 023988.
Bewdley Town are relegated from the premier despite a creditable 0-0 draw at AFC Wulfrunians on Saturday.
Town needed to do better than Wolverhampton Casuals, who thrashed Stourport Swifts 5-1 with two goals from Josh Hesson and one each from Kane Auld, Roman Sheehan and Jordan Wilson.
Walsall Wood beat runners up Boldmere St Michaels 3-0 in front of 582 spectators with two goals from Maxim Zeuloveot and one from Adam McGurk.
Meanwhile Boldmere found out who they will play in the end of season play offs for a place at step four - they will travel to Chalfont St Peters from the Isthmian League South Central Division next Saturday, 3pm.
Romulus wrapped up their season with a 3-1 win over Whitchurch, Jack Whelan getting a brace and Dean Morris one, Alex Hughes replying for the visitors. Worcester City finish fourth after a 1-0 win at already relegated Haughmond, Ben Tilbury getting the winner late on.
There were two other draws in the division, between Highgate United and Lichfield City and Tividale and Hanley Town
Stapenhill are in the driving seat for runners up spot in division one after a 5-0 win at Dudley Sports but it is all to play for at the bottom where AFC Bridgnorth and Cradley Town both won,
AFC Wulfrunians 0 Bewdley Town 0
Racing Club Warwick 6 Uttoxeter Town 3
Haughmond 0 Worcester City 1
Highgate United 0 Lichfield City 0
Lye Town 0 Shifnal Town 0
Romulus 3 Whitchurch Alport 1
Tividale 0 Hanley Town 0
Walsall Wood 3 Boldmere St Michaels 0
Wolverhampton Casuals 5 Stourport Swifts 1
AFC Bridgnorth 2 Khalsa Football Federation 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 4 Heath Hayes 3
Atherstone Town 3 Bilston Town Community 1
Coventry Copsewood 2 Cradley Town 3
Darlaston Town 1874 0 Dudley Town 0
Dudley Sports 0 Stapenhill 5
Wednesfield 5 Shawbury United 1
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1 Paget Rangers 0
Barnt Green Spartak 1 Fairfield Villa 1
Bolehall Swifts 0 Inkberrow 3
Coventrians 1 Balsall and Berkswell 1
DSC United 1 AFC Coventry Rangers 7
Enville Athletic 0 Upton Town 2
THE issue of who is the champions of the premier and division one might be resolved but at the bottom of both leagues, the issue is far from over.
In the premier, Bewdley Town or Wolverhampton Casuals could go down with already relegated Haughmond., with Town travelling to AFC Wulfrunians and Casuals at home to Stourport Swifts.
In the first division, Dudley Sports and effectively Shawbury are down but eith AFC Bridgnorth or Cradley Town could join them with two games to go. AFC Bridgnorth are at home to Khalsa Football Federation and Cradley travel to Coventry Copsewood.
AFC Wulfrunians v Bewdley Town
Haughmond v Worcester City
Highgate United v Lichfield City
Lye Town v Shifnal Town
Romulus v WhitchurchAlport
Tividale v Hanley Town
Walsall Wood v Boldmere St Michaels
Wolverhapton Casuals v Stourport Swifts
AFC Bridgnorth v Khalsa Football Federation
Ashby Ivanhoe v Heath Hayes
Atherstone Town v Bilston Town Community
Coventry Copsewood v Cradley Town
Darlaston Town 1874 v Dudley Town
Dudley Sports v Stapenhill
Wednesfield v Shawbury United
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Paget Rangers
Barnt Green Spartak v Fairfield Villa
Bolehall Swifts v Inkberrow
Coventrians v Balsall and Berkswell
DSC United v AFC Coventry Rangers
Enville Athletic v Upton Town.
HANLEY TOWN are the Midland Football League Premier champions after clinching the title on Monday with a 2-1 home win over Boldmere St Michaels who are guaranteed to finish second and get a play off spot.
Chris Dagnall and Louis Dodds got the goals for Hanley, with the home side eight points clear of Boldmere with just one game to go.
It's still all to play for to avoid bottom position, Bewdley Town winning 1-0 at Haughmond, Dylan Hart on target with a second half penalty for the Worcestershire side.
Haughmond are two points behind Bewdley but with a better goal difference and have a home game in their last fixture next Saturday, where Bewdley travel to AFC Wulfrunians.
Worcester will be Haughmond's opponents and they beat Uttoxeter Town 5-0 on Monday with Demetri Brown, Archie Muirhead, Aaron Roberts, Reiss Taylor-Randle and an own goal accounting for the visitors
Shifnal Town finished off their home programme well with a 3-0 win over Tividale with gaols from Brandon Tanomjit, Tom Hill and Sam Griffiths.
Hanley Town 2 Boldmere St Michaels 1
Haughmond 0 Bewdley Town 1
Lichfield City 3 Romulus 0
Shifnal Town 3 Tividale 0
Stone Old Alleynians 1 Wolverhampton Casuals 1
Stourport Swifts 0 Racing Club Warwick 0
Whitchurch Alport 1 Walsall Wood 2
Worcester City 5 Uttoxeter Town 0
THE premier division title race could be decided on Monday when first placed Hanley Town take on second placed Boldmere St Michaels in a massive game at the Payaro Stadium.
Hanley are five points ahead of Boldmere, who must win to have any chance of the title.
At the bottom, Haughmond take on Bewdley Town in a game which, if the home team win, will ensure Bewdley finish bottom.
As it is, Wolverhampton Casuals are still in danger and travel to Stone Old Alleynians for a tough game against an in-form side.
Monday fixtures (all 3pm)
Hanley Town v Boldmere St Michaels
Haughond v Bewdley Town
Lichfield City v Romulus
Shifnal Town v Tividale
Stone Old Alleynians v Wolverhampton Casuals
Stourport Swifts v Racing Club Warwick
Whitchurch Alport v Walsall Wood
Worcester City v Uttoxeter Town.
HANLEY TOWN will need to wait until Monday to try and clinch the premier title despite beating Worcester City 1-0.
Reece Jones' goal gave them the win but Boldmere also beat AFC Wulfrunians by the same score, Alex McSkeane on target for the Mikes.
Lee Hughes signed off on his last appearance in senior football with a goal in the 4-0 win over Haughmond, Lee Chilton getting a hat-trick. Haughmond are still above Bewdley Town though despite Town getting a point in a 1-1 draw with Walsall Wood.
In an early kick off Tividale beat Romulus 2-0 with goals from Darragh Bustin and Elliott Hartley and the Friday night game saw Uttoxeter Town beat Whitchurch Alport 3-0 with goals from Ethan Newton-Taylor, Ollie Richie and Reuben Kenny.
The race for the runners up sport in division one could go to the wire, with Ashby Ivanhoe making a late run with a 2-1 at Bilston Town Community. Stapenhill didn't slip up though, winning 2-0 at home to Paget with second half goals from Matt Roome and Connor Richins.
Uttoxeter Town 3 Whitchurch Alport 0 (played Friday night)
Tividale 2 Romulus 0
Racing Club Warwick 3 Stone Old Alleynians 3
Hanley Town 1 Worcester City 0
Boldmere St Michaels 1 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Bewdley Town 1 Walsall Wood 1
Highgate United 2 Shifnal Town 1
Lye Town 0 Lichfield City 0
Stourport Swifts 4 Haughmond 0
Atherstone Town 1 Darlaston Town 1874 1
Bilston Town Community 1 Ashby Ivanhoe 2
Chelmsley Town 0 Khalsa Football Federationn1
Cradley Town 0 AFC Bridgnorthn1
Heath Hayes 3Wolverhampton Sporting Community 0
Nuneaton Griff 1 Coventry Copsewood 1
Shawbury United 1 Dudley Town 2
Stapenhill 2 Paget Rangers 0
Alcester Town 3 Hampton 1
Barnt Green Spartak 2 Earlswood Town 3
Coventry Alvis 1 Redditch Borough 2
Lane Head 0 Inkberrow 1
AFC Birmingham 5 DSC United 2
Birmingham Tigers 2 AFC Coventry Rangers 9
Caste Vale Town 1 Upton Town 3
Central Ajax 1 Enville Athletic 0
Leamington Hibernian 2 Balsall and Berkswell 0
There is one game on Friday in the Midland Football League, a premier clash at Uttoxeter Town, who take on Whitchurch Alport. Kick off is 7.45pm.
There are two 1pm kick offs on Saturday, Tividale v Romulus and Racing Club Warwick v Stone Old Alleynians.
In the chase for the premier league title, Hanley Town and Boldmere St Michaels are both at home, to Worcester City and AFC Wulfrunians respectively.
Full weekend fixture list (3pm unless stated)
Uttoxeter Town v Whitchurch Alport (7.45pm)
Tividale v Romulus (1pm)
Racing Club Warwick v Stone Old Alleynians
Hanley Town v Worcester City
Boldmere St Michaels v AFC Wulfrunians
Bewdley Town v Walsall Wood
Highgate United v Shifnal Town
Lye Town v Lichfield City
Stourport Swifts v Haughmond
Atherstone Town v Darlaston Town 1874
Bilston Town Community Ashby Ivanhoe
Chelmsley Town v Khalsa Football Federation
Cradley Town v AFC Bridgnorth
Heath Hayes v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Nuneaton Griff v Coventry Copsewood
Shawbury United v Dudley Town
Stapenhill v Paget Rangers
Alcester Town v Hampton
Lane Head v Inkberrow
Barnt Green Spartak v Earlswood Town
Coventry Alvis v Redditch Borough
AFC Birmingham v DSC United
Birmingham Tigers v AFC Coventry Rangers
Castle Vale Town v Upton Town
Central Ajax v Enville Athletic
Leamington Hibernian v Balsall and Berkswell
LICHFIELD City kept up the pressure on Boldmere St Michaels in the race for the premier division runners up spot with a 3-2 win at Tividale.
A Leighton McMenemy winner two minutes from time gave them the win in a thriller.
Chandler Pegg had given Lichfield the lead only to see Tividale equalise through Jason Wood. Sam Fitzgerald restored City's lead just after the break before Joe Burrows thought he had earned the home side a point on 86 but McMenemy's intervention proved decisive.
City can no longer win the title but can catch Boldmere who they trail by eight points with three games left.
Lye Town moved up from tenth to sixth with a 3-1 home win over Whitchurch Alport. Two goals from Jay Holdcroft and one from Jordan Davies did the damage, Kielahn Annikey replying for the Shropshire side.
In division one, Ashby Ivanhoe claimed a point on promotion rivals Stapenhill in a 1-1 draw with Atherstone Town.
THERE are some important games in the Midland Football League on Tuesday night in both the premier and the first division.
In the premier, Lichfield City travel to Tividale and need to win to maintain any realistic chance of coming second at the end of the season.
:Lye Town look to move up four places into fifth if they beat Whitchurch Alport and there are two cup games, Pershore Town v Worcester in the Worcestershire Senior Cup and Sporting Khalsa v Boldmere in the Walsall Senior Cup.
In the first division, Ashby Ivanhoe coud go within one point of third placed Stapenhill if they beat Atherstone Town at home.
All games kick off at 7.45pm
THERE was free entry to the Payaro Stadium on Saturday for Hanley Town versus Highgate and they saw three goals in a 3-0 win for the home side through Reece Jones, Chris Dagnall and Louis Dodds.
Boldmere kept up the race for the title though with a 3-0 win in a local derby at Romulus, Harry Craven getting two and Lewis Archer the other.
Lichfield City can still catch Boldmere and kept up the pressure on them with a 3-0 win over AFC Wulfrunians through two late goals from Luke Keen and an earlier effort from Dan Lomas.
In division one, Ashby Ivanhoe booked their place in the end of season play offs with an impressive 1-0 win at Darlaston Town 1874.
Hanley Town 3 Highgate United 0
Haughmond 1 Racing Club Warwick 1
Lichfield City 3 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Romulus 0 Boldmere St Michaels’ 3
Shifnal Town 1 Stourport Swifts 0
Uttoxeter Town 2 Stone Old Alleynians 2
Walsall Wood 2 Tividale 0
Whitchurch Alport 3 Bewdley Town 1
Worcester City 4 Wolverhampton Casuals 0
Cradley Town 2 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 3
Darlaston Town 1874 0 Ashby Ivanhoe 1
Khalsa Football Federation 0 Heath Hayes 0
OJM Black Country 0 Chelmsley Town 1
Barnt Green Spartak 1 Knowe 2
Bolehall Swifts 2 Alcester Town 2
Coventry Alvis 2 Coton Green 2
Hampton 2 Fairfield Villa 0
Kenilworth Sporting 0 Cadbury Athletic 1
Coventrians 2 AFC Brimingham 1
DSC United 4 Birmingham Tigers 0
Enville Athletic 6 Balsall and Berkswell 1
HANLEY TOWN will be keen to ensure there are no more slip ups when they take on Highgate United at the Payaro Stadium on Saturday.
They lost to Bewdley last weekend and Boldmere - who travel to Romulus for a local derby tomorrow - are just five points behind with four games each to play.
Bewdley will look to build on that win when they travel to Shropshire to play Whitchurch Alport.
Haughmond are just one place above Bewdley and take on Racing Club Warwick at home.
In Division One Ashby Ivanhoe need just one point to ensure they finish in the play offs but have a tough game at Darlaston Town 1874 who are in second place.
Full Saturday fixture list (all 3pm)
Hanley Town v Highgate United
Haughmond v Racing Club Warwick
Lichfield City v AFC Wulfrunians
Romulus v Boldmere St Michaels
Shifnal Town v Stourport Swifts
Uttoxeter Town v Stone Old Alleynians
Walsall Wood v Tividale
Whitchurch Alport v Bewdley Town
Worcester City v Wolverhampton Casuals
Cradley Town v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Darlaston Town 1874 v Ashby Ivanhoe
Khalsa Football Federation v Heath Hayes
OJM Black Country v Chelmsley Town
Barnt Green Spartak v Knowle
Bolehall Swifts v Alcester Town
Coventry Alvis v Coton Green
Hampton v Fairfield Villa
Coventrians v FC Birmingham
DSC United v Birmingham Tigerst
Enville Athletic v Balsall and Berkswell
AFC Wulfrunians drew 1-1 with Boldmere St Michaels last night in the battle of two teams fighting for a runners up spot.
Robbie Thompson-Brown gave Boldmere the lead on eight minutes but Dominic Dell equalised for Wulfs on 34 minutes.
Stone Old Alleynians drew 1-1 at home to Bewdley Town and Tividale lost 2-0 at home to Walsall Wood.
ATHERSTONE Town were promoted to the premier division on Saturday when winning 3-2 at OJM Black Country.
They clinched the first division title in dramatic fashion as well, coming from two goals down to win with goals from Joe Obi, Ryan Quinn and Jamie Hood.
Congratulations also must go to Cadbury Athletic who are champions in division two and AFC Coventry Rangers in division three - both titles were confirmed on Saturday.Cadbury confirmed the title in style with a 7-1 win over Lane Head.
In the premier, bottom side Bewdley Town shocked Hanley Town by winning 2-1 at Ribbesford Meadows. Dylan Hart got two goals, including the winner with a penalty, Kyle Stubbs replying for Hanley who are now only six points ahead of second placed Boldmere St Michaels.
Racing Club Warwick dented AFC Wulfrunian's hopes of finishing runners up with a 4-0 win and the Worcestershire derby saw Stourport and Worcester share two goals. George Baker opened the scoring for Worcester but Ethan Hanson equalised on 54 minutes in front of 339 spectators.
Bewdley Town 2 Hanley Town 1
RC Warwick 4 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Shifnal Town 3 Whitchurch Alport 1
Stone Old Alleynians 1 Highgate United 0
Stourport Swifts 1 Worcester City 1
Wolverhampton Casuals 2 Walsall Wood 1
Uttoxeter Town 1 Romulus 2.
AFC Bridgnorth 0 Dudley Town 3
Chelmsley Town 1 Heath Hayes 1
Coventry Copsewood 2 Paget Rangers 1
Dudley Sports 1 Bilston Town Community 4
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Cradley Town 0
Nuneaton Griff 2 Shawbury United 1
OJM Black Country 2 Atherstone Town 3
Wednesfield 0 Stapenhill 2
Ashby Ivanhoe 3 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1
Alcester Town 2 Inkberrow 2
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 0 Knowle 0
Cadbury Athletic 7 Lane Head 1
Coventry Alvis 2 Bolehall Swifts 2
Earlswood Town 2 Hampton 1
Redditch Borough 0 Fairfield Villa 1
AFC Solihull 0 Continetal Star 3
Birmingham Tigers 1 Enville Athletic 0
Central Ajax Upton Town 1
DSC United 3 AFC Birmingham 1
Leamington Hibernian 5 Bartley Reds 0
Sutton United 2 Coventrians 3
IT'S a classic top versus bottom clash tomorrow in the premier when Bewdley Town take on Hanley Town.
AFC Wulfrunians will try to gain points on Boldmere St Michaels in second place when they travel to Racing Club Warwick.
In division one, Stapenhill travel to Wednesfield and Dudley Town to AFC Bridgnorth.
Bewdley Town v Hanley Town
RC Warwick v AFC Wulfrunians
Shifnal Town v Whitchurch Alport;
Stone Old Alleynians v Highgate United
Stourport Swifts v Worcester City
Wolverhampton Casuals v Walsall Wood
Uttoxeter Town v Romulus.
AFC Bridgnorth v Dudley Town
Chelmsley Town v Heath Hayes
Coventry Copsewood v Paget Rangers
Dudley Sports v Bilston Town Community
Khalsa Football Federation v Cradley Town
Nuneaton Griff v Shawbury United
OJM Black Country v Atherstone Town
Wednesfied v Stapenhill
Alcester Town v Inkberrow
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons v Knowle
Cadbury Athletic v Lane Head
Coventry Alvis v Bolehall Swifts
Earlswood Town v Hampton
Redditch Borough v Fairfield Villa
AFC Solihull v Continental Star
Birmingham Tigers v Enville Athletic
Central Ajax v Upton Town
DSC United v AFC Birmingham
Leamington Hibernian v Bartley Reds
Sutton United v Coventrians.
CADBURY Athletic are looking for a friendly on Saturday May 7.
They are either looking to play away or split the costs on a neutral pitch.
If anyone can help they can direct message @CadburyAthfc.
STONE Old Alleynians reached the final of the Staffordshire Senior Cup last night (Tuesday) after an epic 8-7 penalty shoot out victory over step four side Leek Town. The score at 90 minutes was 1-1.
Alleynians will now play Stafford Rangers in the final at Burton Albion's Pirelli Stadium on a date to be arranged.
Player manager Luke Askey will also be on BBC Radio Stoke tonight at 6.20pm to tak about last night's game.
THERE were plenty of goals on Tuesday night in the Midland Football League Premier.
Two teams hit six - Walsall Wood and Worcester City and Wolverhampton Casuals surprised Tividale 4-1 at home despite the visitors taking the lead.
Stourport Swifts beat Whitchurch Alport 2-0 with goals from Jack Storer and Lee Chilton and Boldmere are now nine points clear in the race for second place after also winning 2-0, at home to Shifnal.
Tuesday night results.
Wolverhampton Casuals 4 Tividale 1
Walsall Wood 6 Highgate United 0
Worcester City 6 Haughmond 0
Stourport Swifts 2 Whitchurch Alport 0
Shawbury United 0 Stapenhill 0
HERE is plenty of Tuesday action to look forward to tonight with both league and county cup games taking place.
In the premier,Boldmere St Michaels are looking to enhance their play off position in second place when they entertain Shifnal Town.
Worcester City play their game in hand on third placed AFC Wulfrunians and will look to go within three points of them when they entertain Haughmond.
If Haughmond lose and Wolverhampton Casuals win at home to Tividale, Casuals will go above the Shropshire side into 17th.
Walsall Wood are at home to Highgate United and in the only first division fixture, Shawbury United are at home to Stapenhill.
In the Walsall Senior Cup quarter finals Lichfield City travel to Chasetown and in the Staffordshire Senior Cup, Leek Town are at home to Stone Old Alleynians.
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