TONIGHT (Tuesday) sees fourth place Boldmere St Michaels play one of their games in hand when they entertain Whitchurch Alport in the premier division.
The Mikes can potentially go second, though they would have to make up a goal difference of nine on Lichfield City or third if they win to go above AFC Wulfrunians.
Kick off at Church Road is 7.45pm.
HANLEY Town went 18 points clear in the premier division after beating Whitchurch Alport 2-0 with goals from Charlie Walford and Reece Jones.
Of the chasing pack. Boldmere St Michaels won 3-0 at Bewdley Town with Alex McSkeane getting two more goals and Steve Palmer the other. Lichfield City lost 2-1 at home to Shifnal Town, Dan Lomas getting the home side's consolation after Matthew Barnes-Homer and Ashley Brown had fired the visitors into a two goal lead.
Lye Town and Stourport Swifts shared two goals, Alex Cameron scoring for Lye with Swifts' goal an own goal. A Dean Morris strike gave Romulus a 1-0 win at Racing Club Warwick.
In division one, goals from Oli Roome and George Teeney gave Stapenhill a 2-0 win over Nuneaton Griff.
Four goals in the last 15 minutes added to an earlier strike gave Darlaston Town 1874 a 5-0 win at Dudley Sports and extended their unbeaten run to 12 games (see picture below).
Bewdley Town 0 Boldmere St Michaels 3
Hanley Town 2 Whitchurch Alport 0
Haughmond 3 Wolverhampton Casuals 0
Highgate United 1 Worcester City 2
Lichfield City 1 Shifnal Town 2
Lye Town 1 Stourport Swifts 1
Racing Club Warwick 0 Romulus 1
Uttoxeter Town 2 Tividale 2
Walsall Wood 1 Stone Old Alleynians 2 _
Ashby Ivanhoe 4 AFC Bridgnorth 0
Coventry Copsewood 2 Dudley Town 2
Cradley Town 1 Heath Hayes 4
Dudley Sports 0 Darlaston Town 1874 5
Khalsa Football Federation 2 OJM Black Country 2
ShawburyUnited 1 Bilston Town Community 1
Stapenhill 2 Nuneaton Griff 0
Wednesfield 2 Chelmsley Town 1
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 0 Atherstone Town 3
Alcester Town 2 Earlswood Town 1
Cadbury Athletic 1 Bart Green Spartak 1
Hampton 1 Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 1
Kenilworth Sporting 3 Knowle 1
Lane Head 0 Coton Green 3
Redditch Borough 5 Coventry Alvis 0
AFC Birmingham 2 AFC Coventry Rangers 1
Balsall and Berkswell 1 Leamington Hibernian 1
Bartley Reds 0 Birmingham Tigers 1
Central Ajax 3 Sutton United 5
Enville Athletic 2 Continental Star 0
Coventrians 1 AFC Solilihull 2
Upton Town 3 Castle Vale Town 2
MFL teams will be hoping to get back to action tomorrow after seven days ravaged by postponements due to the weather.
Premier leaders Hanley Town are at home to FA Vase quarter finalists Whitchurch Alport and high flying Lichfield City host Shifnal Town.
Lye Town are also at home, to Stourport Swifts and Highgate United host Worcester City.
In division one, Wednesfield - who reached the final of the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup in the week - host Chelmsley Town whilst Dudley Town, who they beat in the semi final travel to Coventry Copsewood.
Full fixtures (3pm unless stated)
Bewdley Town v Boldmere St Michaels
Hanley Town v Whitcurch Alport
Haughmond v Wolverhampton Casuals
Highgate United v Worcester City
Lichfield City v Shifnal Town
Lye Town v Stourport Swifts
Racing Club Warwick v Romulus;
Uttoxeter Town v Tividale
Walsall Wood v Stone OldAlleynians;
Ashby Ivanhoe v AFC Bridgnorth
Coventry Copsewood v Dudley Town
Cradley Town v Heath Hayes
Dudley Sports v Darlaston Town 1874
Khalsa Football Federation v OJM Black Country
ShawburyUnited v Bilston Town Community
Stapenhill v Nuneaton Griff
Wednesfield v Chelmsley Town
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Atherstone Town.
Division Two (2pm)
Alcester Town v Earlswood Town
Cadbury Athetic v Barnt Green Spartak
]Hampton v Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons
Kenilworth Sporting v Knowle
Lane Head v Coton Green
Redditch v Coventry Alvis.
Division Three (2pm)
AFC Birmingham v AFC Coventry Rangers
Balsall and Berkswell v Leamington Hibernian
Bartley Reds v Birmingham Tigers
Central Ajax v Sutton United
Coventrians v AFC Solihull
Enville Athletic v Continental Star
Upton Town v Castle Vale Town.
STONE Old Alleynians are celebrating 60 years of football this year and are holding an anniversary dinner in May.
The team was set up in 1962 by Dave Bonnet, who was a young teacher at Alleyne's Grammar School in Stone.
Sixty years later they are playing at level five of the English non league pyramid and making regular appearances in the FA Cup.
Dave, now in his 80s will attend the celebration dinner at the Stone House Hotel on May 7, which kicks off at 7.30pm.
The present squad will be attending and those who have played against Stone down the years are also welcome.
If you would like to attend then further details can be obtained from Dave Mardling by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kenny Roberts at email@example.com
WEDNESFIELD are in the final of the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup after beating Dudley Town 5-4 on penalties last night (Tuesday).
The game finished 1-1 in normal time.
In the JW Hunt Cup Boldmere beat Darlaston Town 2-1 but league games fell victim to the weather.
Walsall Wood's game at home to Worcester City in the premier division tonight has been postponed as have the games in the first division at Dudley Sports and Khalsa Football Federation.
Boldmere St Michael's game at home to Darlaston Town in the JW Hunt Cup survives as does Dudley Town against Wednesfield in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup. Kick offs are 7.45pm
ROMULUS won a keenly contested derby game against Highgate United 2-1 - the day's only fixture in the premier to survive.
Owen Watkins gave Romulus the lead before Jordan Francis equalised, but Kory Burke got the winner for the home side just after the break.
Dudley Town went third in division one after a 4-0 win over Cradley Town. Two second half goals from the rolific Matt Gardner added to first half goals from Rhys Boswell and Brad Ward.
In the other first division game, Paget Rangers beat Dudley Sports 3-1.
THE wet weather has decimated the programme of fixtures in the Midland Football League this Saturday.
Only three games have survived - in the premier Romulus v Highgate United and in the first division Dudley Town v Cradley Town and Paget Rangers v Dudley Sports.
All three Midland Football League Premier games tonight (Tuesday) have been called off.
Stourport were due to host Whithurch Alport, Stone Old Alleynians Shifnal Town and Wolverhampton Casuals were at home to Tividale.
The JW Hunt Cup game between OJM Black Country and Lichfield City has also fallen victim to the weather,
ASHBY Ivanhoe have announced club president David Morris is to become their new chairman.
It follows a re-structure of the club's management committee which saw Stuart Bonser leave as chairman two weeks ago.
Morris - who has held the osition of chairman before - will work alongside existing club secretary Stuary Mann,junior secretary Steh Rawden and club treasurer Derek Barratt.
He said: "I'm happy to help out and progress the club at an exciting time in its development."
In another appointment, Ryan Morris will lead the social media and marketing at the club.
WHITCHURCH ALPORT have been drawn at home in the quarter finals of the Buildbase FA Vase after their victory over Coventry Sphinx on Saturday.
They will host Newport Pagnall Town who are third in the same league as Sphinx, the United Counties League Premier Division South.
Neither team have been past the quarter final stage before.
The game will be played at the KMJ Mortgages Stadium on Saturday March 12 with a 3pm kick off.
WHITCHURCH Alport are through to the quarter finals of the FA Vase after a win on penalties at Coventry Sphinx.
The game finished 3-3 with Alex Hughes getting a hat-trick and Whitchurch down to ten men but they came through 4-3 in the penalty shoot out.
Lichfield City and AFC Wulfrunians are level pegging in second place in the Midland Football League Premier.
Both have 57 points after away wins. Wulfs won 3-1 at Tividale and City won 3-0 at Haughmond with goals from Dan Lomas, Jack Edwards and Charlie Shaw.
Hanley Town are still 15 points clear at the top after an injury time goal from Reece Jones gave them a 1-0 win at Lye Town.
Worcester City amissed a chance to gain ground when they lost 4-3 at home to Walsall Wood despite a late comeback. Wood had taken a four goal lead through Jai Verma, Phil McKerdy, Kaden May and Kev Monterio. Archie Muirhead and in injury time Cameron Monteith and Jamie Smith hit back but it wasn't enough.
There was another seven goal thriller at Highgate who were edged out by Stone Old Alleynians 4-3. Jack Tomlinson, Aaron Williams and Luke Shearer were on target for Highgate whilst Jack Tomlinson got two for Stone along with one each for David Ablewhite from the spot and Sam Wilson.
Bewdley Town are still bottom but only by goal difference after a 2-1 win over Uttoxeter, Paul Hughes giving the away side the lead before Dylan Hart and David McDermott hit back.
Improving Stourport Swifts thrashed Wolverhampton Casuals 5-0 with goals from ex Albion striker Lee Hughes, Lee Chilton, Joe and Jim Hanson and Martin Slevin.
In the first division Stapenhill gained a point on leaders Atherstone Town with a 3-1 win at Chelmsley Town, with Atherstone drawing 2-2 at AFC Bridgnorth.
FA Vase Fifth Round
Coventry Sphinx 3 Whitchurch Alport 3 (Whitchurch win on penalties)
Bewdley Town 2 Uttoxeter Town 1
Haughmond 0 Lichfield City 3
Highgate United 3 Stone Old Alleynians 4
Lye Town 0 Hanley Town 1
Shifnal Town 0 Racing Club Warwick 2
Worcester City 3 Walsall Wood 4
Stourport Swifts 5 Wolverhampton Casuals 0
Tividale 1 AFC Wulfrunians 3
AFC Bridgnorth 2 Atherstone Town 2
Chelmsley Town 1 Stapenhill 3
Dudley Sports 1 Cradley Town 1
Coventry Copsewood 2 Khalsa Football Federation 3
Heath Hayes 1 Darlaston Town 1
Nuneaton Griff 0 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 2
Wednesfield 1 OJM Black Country 2
Earlwood Town 0 Inkberrow 3
Hampton 3 Lane Head 1
Kenilworth Sporting 1 Coventry Alvis 2
Knowle 5 Coton Green 3
Redditch Borough 0 Barnt Green Spartak 2
AFC Birmingham 2 Central Ajax 1
AFC Sollihulll 3 Leamington Hibernian 1
Balsall and Berkswell 1 AFC Coventry Rangers 0
Bartley Reds 0 Coventrians 6
Castle Vale Town 3 Sutton United 9
Envile Athletic 1 Birmingh Tigers 0
Upton Town 7 Continental Star 1
.Whitchurch Alport travel to Coventry Sphinx in a last 16 tie in the FA Vase on Saturday.
Alport are the last Midland Football League side in the competition and will be taking a sizeable contingent of supporters from Shropshire with them tomorrow.
League action partly concentrates on the race for second place, Tividale and AFC Wulfrunians meeting at The Beeches and Lichfield City travelling to Haughmond. Boldmere St Michaels don't hae a game but Worcester City - another team with hopes of a top two finish - are at home to Walsall Wood.
At the other end of the table, Bewdley Town are at home to Uttoxeter Town.
The top two in the first division are both away, Atherstone Town at AFC Bridgnorth and Stapenhill at Chelmsley Town. Darlaston Town 1874 also travel, to Heath Hayes.remier
FA Vase Fifth Round
Coventry Sphinx v Whitchurch Alport
Bewdley Town v Uttoxeter Town
Haughmond v Lichfield City
Highgate United v Stoe Old Alleynians
Lye Town v Hanley Town
Shifnal Town v Racing Club Warwick
Stourport Swifts v Wolverhampton Casualsns
Worcester City v Walsall Wood
Tividale v AFC Wulfrunians
AFC Bridgnorth v Atherstone Town
Chelmsley Town v Stapenhill
Dudley Sports v Cradley Town
Coventry Copsewood v Khalsa Football Federation
Heath Hayes v Darlaston Town
Nuneaton Griff v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Wednesfield v OJM Black Country
Bolehall Swifts v Boldmere Sports and Social
Knowle v Coton Green
Cadbury Athletic v Alceter Town
Earlswood Town v Inkberrow
Hampton v Lane Head
Kenilworth Sporting v Coventry Alvis
Redditch Borough v Barnt Green Spartak
AFC Birmingham v Cenral Ajax
AFC Solihull v Leamington Hibernian
Balsall and Berkswell v AFC Coventry Rangers
Bartley Reds v Coventrians
Castle Vale Town v Sutton United
Enville Athletic v Birmingham Tigers
Upton Town v Continental Star
EXPRERIENCED goalkeeper Andy Wycherley has joined Shfinal Town.
The much travelled stopper formerly played at a higher level for AFC Telford, Hednesford Town and Nantwich Town.
He will provide cover for regular goalkeeper Sheridan Martinez who has a hamstring injury,
BOLDMERE ST MICHAELS went fourth in the premier division after a late penalty gave them a 2-1 win at Shifnal Town on Tuesday night.
The Mikes are three points behind Lichfield City and AFC Wulfrunians but with three games in hand.
In the night's other premier division fixture, Tividale drew 1-1 with Stourport Swifts.
In the first division there was a thriller at the Sports Ground where OJM Black Country and Darlaston Town 1874 drew 4-4 whilst Dudley Town lost at home to Bilston Town Community in a local derby 3-1.
Khalsa Football Federation left Dudley Sports futher adrift at the bottom by winning 3-0 away.
LICHFIELD CIty have found their form again after a recent wobble and beat Romulus 4-1 away on Monday night to go second in the premier.
Kyle Patterson, Tom Brown, Jack Edwards and Dan Lomas were on target for City, Trea Bertie getting Roms' solitary goal.
City are now level on points with AFC Wulfrunians in second place but have a better goal difference.
There is action in both the premier and first divisions tonight (Tuesday) with some big games in propect.
Boldmere St Michaels will be looking to make up ground on Lichfield when they play one of their games in hand, at Shifnal Town. Tividale also have games in hand on Wulfrunians and entertain Stourport Swifts at The Beeches.
First division action see a sixth versus third affair at Stourbridge Road, OJM Black Country v Darlaston Town 1874, with the visitors looking to go within one point of second placed Stapenhill.
Dudley Town are at home to Bilston Town Community in a local derby and bottom side Dudley Sports host Khalsa Football Federation.
THERE is a big game in the premier division at Castle Vale tonight (Monday) when Romulus host Lichfield City.
The visitors will be looking to go second in the league whilst Roms will be looking to push into the top half of the division.
Romulus lost 2-0 at Walsall Wood on Saturday whilst Lichfield beat Bewdley Town 3-0. Kick off at the Castle Vale stadium is 7.45pm
HANLEY TOWN are 15 points clear at the top in the race for the Midland Football League Premier Division title after a 2-1 win at Boldmere St Michaels.
Their goals came from Jaden Cotterill and Chris Dagnall after Kyle Byrne had given Boldmere the lead.
AFC Wulfrunians consolidated second place with a 2-0 win over Shifnal Town, the goals coming from Ty Knight and Tom Poole.
Stone Old Alleynians surprised Worcester City by winning 1-0 with a first half goal from Sam Wilson and Adam McGurk was the penalty hero for Walsall Wood with two in the 2-0 home win over Romulus
Lye Town are really in the play off mix and won 3-2 at Highgate United with a winner a minute from time from Rees Wedderburn.
Romario Martin got two goals in Racing Club Warwick's 3-2 win over Haughmond, Costelos Lautaru getting the other.
First division action saw Paget Rangers win 2-1 at home to Shawbury United with goals from Rivel Mardenborough and Alex Tesfom.
Ashby Ivanhoe beat Wednesfield 3-0 with goals from Jordan Wilson, Will Robson and Chris Acott but on Sunday it was confirmed joint management duo David Ferguson and Steve Hill had left the club by mutual consent.
AFC Wulfrunians 2 Shifnal Town 0
Boldmere St Michaels 1 Hanley Town 2
Highgate United 2 Lye Town 3
Lichfield City 3 Bewdley Town 0
Racing Club Warwick 3 Haughmond 2
Stone Old Alleynians 1 Worcester City 0
Uttoxeter Town 1 Wolves Casuals 2
Walsall Wood 2 Romulus 0
Whitchurch Alport 2 Stourport Swifts 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 3 Wednesfield 0
Cradley Town 1 OJM Black Country 3
Paget Rangers 2 Shawbury United 1
Alcester Town 5 Fairfield Villa 0
Barnt Green Spartak 1 Inkberrow 2
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 1 Coton Green 3
Bolehall Swifts 0 Earlswood Town 1
Cadbury Athletic 0 Kenilworth Sporting 0
Coventry Alvis 2 Hampton 1
Bartley Reds 0 Upton Town 5
Birmingham Tigers 1 Balsall and Berkswell 4
Catle Vale Town 0 AFC Birmingham 3
Central Ajax 2 Coventrians 2
DSC United 1 AFC Solihull 3
Leamington Hibernian Enville Athletic 1
Sutton United 5 Continental Star 0
AFC Wulfrunians will attempt to consolidate second place in the Premier when they entertain Shifnal Town at home tomorrow (Saturday).
They are three points ahead of Lichfield City, Worcester City and Boldmere St Michaels
Boldmere have games in hand on their rivals but have a tough game tomorrow at home to Hanley Town, with a large crowd expected at Church Road.
In the first division, none of the top four are playing but OJM Black Country and Ashby Ivanhoe will attempt to make up ground on them. Ashby are at home to Wednesfield and OJM travel to Cradley Town.
Saturday fixtures (3pm unless stated)
AFC Wulfrunians v Shifnal Town
Boldmere St Michaels v Hanley Town
Highgate United v Lye Town
Lichfield City v Bewdley Town
Racing Club Warwick v Haughmond
Stone Old Alleynians v Worcester
Uttoxeter Town v Wolves Casuals
Walsall Wood v Romulus
Whitchurch Alport v Stourport Swifts
Ashby Ivanhoe v Wednesfield
Cradley Town v OJM Black Country
Paget Rangers v Shawbury United
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Heath Hayes
Division Two (2pm)
Coventry Alvis v Hampton
Alcester Town v Fairfield Villa
Barnt Green Spartak v Inkberrow
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcon v Coton Green
Bolehall Swifts v Earlswood Town
Cadbury Athletic v Kenilworth Sporting
Lane Head v Knowle
Division Three (2pm)
Bartley Reds v Upton Town
Birmingham Tigers v Balsall and Berkswell
Cnetral Ajax v Coventrians
DSC United v AFC Solihull
Leamington Hibernian v Enville Athletic
Sutton United v Continental Star
Castle Vale Town v AFC Birmingham
IN last night's premier action, Bewdley Town got only their third win of the season in a 1-0 victory over Highgate United, Dylan Hart on target.
The race at the top is hotting up with Lye Town winning 1-0 at Walsall Wood through an Alex Cameron goal two minutes from time and Worcester winning 1-0 at Uttoxeter through a Reiss Taylor-Randle penalty.
In division one, Shawbury United won the Shrosphire derby at AFC Bridgnorth 2-0 and Ashby Ivanhoe beat Dudley Town 3-1.
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