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.
BOLDMERE St Michaels enhanced their prospects of securing second place with a 3-1 win over Haughmond on non league day.
Robbie Thompson-Brown got two goals for Boldmere, and Alex McSkeane the other with Harvey Lewis replying for the the Shropshire side.
AFC Wulfrunians lost 2-0 at home to Romulus, with Josh Parsons and Danny Murphy on target for the visitors.
Bolmdere are now six points ahead of Wulfrunians with a game in hand.
AFC Darlaston have already qualifed for the end of season play offs in division one but didn't take their foot off the gas, beating Heath Hayes 3-0 at home.
Stapenhill slipped up by the same score at home to Khalsa Football Federation and Dudley Town shared four goals with OJM Black Country.
AFC Wulfrunians 0 Romulus 2
Bewdley Town 0 Worcester City 3
Boldmere St Michaels 3 Haughmond 1
Highgate United 0 Uttoxeter Town 0
Lye Town 2 Walsall Wood 0 4
Stone Old Alleynians 3 Whitchurch Alport 2
Tividale 0 Racing Club Warwick 2
Wolverhampton Casuals 2 Shifnal Town 2
AFC Bridgnorth 0 Nuneaton Griff 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 1 Dudley Sports 0
Coventry Copsewood 1 Atherstone Town 3
Cradley Town 0 Wednesfield 0
Darlaston Town 1874 3 Heath Hayes 0
Dudley Town 2 OJM Black Country 2
Paget Rangers 3 Bilston Town Community 0
Stapenhill 0 Khalsa Football Federation 3
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1 Chelmsley Town 1
Alcester Town 5 Coventry Alvis 1
Barnt Green Spartak 2 Lane Head 2
Bolehall Swifts 0 Kenilworth Sporting 3
Knowle 3 Hampton 0
Redditch Borough 1 Cadbury Athletic 1
AFC Solihull 3 Birmingham Tigers 2
Balsall and Berkswell 2 Castle Vale Town 0
Bartley Reds 0 Central Ajax 1
Coventrians 1 Sutton United 3
Enville Athletic 1 AFC Coventry Rangers 5
Leamington Hibernian 1 DSC United 0
Upton Town 1 AFC Birmingham 1
NON-League Day returns on Saturday and with no premier league or championship games scheduled, many clubs are hoping or expecting to see increased attendances.
The day has an official partner in Prostate Cancer UK and it is being use to raise funds for, and awareness of, an illness that affects thousands of men in Britain every year.
Kick It Out, which has spent nearly 30 years campaigning for equality in football, has also confirmed it will be supporting Non-League Day again and will host a number of showpiece games around the country
This year’s event is also sees the launch of a partnership with the Our Game Community Scheme.
Via his work at Our Game, ex semi-pro player Francis Duku has been one of the team of volunteers supporting the work of Non League Day since its second campaign.
The Our Game service has grown to a level where it can now also provide a community scheme with unique benefits, features and
support for clubs, groups and organizations.
For more information on the whole day visit www.noneagueday.co.uk
Saturday fixtures (3pm)
AFC Wulfrunians v Romulus
Bewdley Town v Worcester City
Boldmere St Michaels v Haughmond
Highgate United v Uttoxeter Town
Lye Town v Walsall Wood
Stone Old Alleynians v Whitchurch Alport
Stourport Swifts v Lichfield City
Tividale v Racing Club Warwick
Wolverhampton Casuals v Shifnal Town
AFC Bridgnorth v Nuneaton Griff
Ashby Ivanhoe v Dudley Sports
Coventry Copsewood v Atherstone Town
Cradley Town v Wednesfield
Darlaston Town 1874 v Heath Hayes
Dudley Town v OJM Black Country
Paget Rangers v Bilston Town Community
Stapenhill v Khalsa Football Federation
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Chelmsley Town
Alcester Town v Coventry Alvis
Barnt Green Spartak v Lane Head
Bolehall Swifts v Kenilworth Sporting
Knowle v Hampton
Redditch Borough v Cadbury Athletic
AFC Solihull v Birmingham Tigers
Balsall and Berkswell v Castle Vale Town
Coventrians v Sutton United
Bartley Reds v Central Ajax
Enville Athletic v AFC Coventry Rangers
Leamington Hibernian v DSC United
Upton Town v AFC Birmingham
SPONSORED by Birmingham based team wear specialist, Moving Forward Sports, the FootballTradeDirectory.com is continuing a series of football social events.
The aim is to give clubs and suppliers a chance to meet after work in informal surroundings.
The next event is in the main stand at Avery Fields, the home of Bourneville RUFC, and runs from 5.30pm until 9pm on Thursday April 28.
Guests get free drinks tokens and there will be light refreshments available - a guest speaker will be announced shortly.
To register for a free ticket go to Football & Rugby Trade Directory Sports Social Event (footballtradedirectory.com)
AFC Wulfrunians beat Lye Town 2-1 last night (Tuesday) in the premier division to go within three points of second place Boldmere St Michaels.
Jack Rowley opened the scoring for Wulfs before Jake Lloyd equalised for Lye but Tom Poole notched the winner for the home side with seven minutes left.
Stone Old Alleynians and Shifnal Town shared four goals, Andre Brown getting two goals for Town.
Uttoxeter Town and Stourport Swift also drew 2-2 whilst in the first division Heath Hayes won 1-0 at Nuneaton Griff and Khalsa Football Federation beat Shawbury United 3-1.
THERE is plenty of action tonight (Tuesday) in the top two divisions of the Midland Football League.
In the premier there are games at AFC Wulfrunians, Stone Old Alleynians and Uttoxeter Town.
In the first division, Heath Hayes are at home to Nuneaton Griff and Khalsa Football Federation host Shawbury United.
Full Tuesday fixture list
AFC Wulfrunians v Lye Town
Stone Old Alleynians v Shifnal Town
Uttoxeter Town v Stourport Swifts
Heath Hayes v Nuneaton Griff
Khalsa Football Federation v Shawbury United
STRIKER David Jones has returned to Shawbury United after some time away from the game.
Jones (pictured) first joined Shawbury on loan from AFC Telford where he made three first team appearances but then made the move permanent and was the club's leading scorer in 2020.
He trained with the club last week and could be available for the game at Khalsa Football Federation on Tuesday.
A FOOTBALL Business Networking Day is being run on Thursday at the City Ground, Nottingham. vwewith attendance free for club representatives.
The event will run from 10.30 am until 3pm in the Robin Hood Suite.
It will enable clubs to meet a variety of suppliers and service providers covering everything from team wear to stadium rand related services, fund raising to coaching and much more.
To register for the event simply follow this link.
Football Business Networking Event at The City Ground, Nottingham (footballtradedirectory.com)
AN Anthony Malbon goal in the second half at Lichfield City gave Hanley Town an away win and kept them in the driving seat in the premier division title race.
Boldmere kept the pressure up with a 4-2 win at Racing Club Warwick and AFC Wulfrunians did the same with a 2-0 win at Stone Old Alleyians, Jack Till and Kieron Northwood on target.
Tividale came from two down to draw with Highgate United and Lye Town kept their push for at least a top four pace going with a 2-0 win over Worcester, the goals coming from Ben Billingham and Jordan Davies in front of 191 people.
Darlaston Town 1874 beat Stapenhill 4-0 in division one to consolidate second place, with goals from Ryan Winwood, Reece mason, Lewis Gill and Joshua Jones.
Lichfield City 0 Hanley Town 1
Lye Town 2 Worcester City 0
Racing Club Warwick 2 Boldmere St Michaels 4
Romulus 0 Stourport Swifts 0
Stone Old Alleynians 0 AFC Wulfrunians 2
Tividale 2 Highgate United 2
Uttoxeter Town 1 Shifnal Town 1
Walsall Wood 4 Haughmond 3
Whitchurch Alport 3 Wolverhampton Casuals.1
Atherstone Town 0 Dudley Town 0
Bilston Town Community 3 Khalsa Football Federation 0
Chelmsley Town 3 Cradley Town 1
Darlaston Town 1874 4 Stapenhill 0
Dudley Sports 0 AFC Bridgnorth 2
Nuneaton Griff 3 Ashby Ivanhoe 1
Shawbury United 0 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1
Wednesfield 1 Paget Rangers 0
Bolehall Swifts 0 Lane Head 0
Coton Green 0 Fairfield Villa 0
Earlswood Town 0 Kenilworth Sporting 0
Redditch Borough 2 Alcester Town 3
AFC Birmingham 2 Upton Town 2
AFC Solihull 1 Enville Athletic 0
Central Ajax 1 Balsall and Berkswell 1
Coventrians 1 AFC Coventry Rangers 1
DSC United 3 Sutton United 2
Leamington Hibernian 1 Continental Star 1
HANLEY TOWN suffered a rare defeat on Tuesday at Shifnal but will be looking to get back on track on Saturday.
They travel to fourth placed Lichfield City for a Staffordshire derby which should attract a big crowd.
Second placed Boldmere St Michaels travel to Racing Club Warwick and AFC Wulfrunians to Stone Old Alleynians.
There is a big game at Darlaston Town 1874 tomorrow when they take on Stapenhill in the first division.
The two are separated in second place only by goal difference on 67 points each but Stapenhill have a game in hand.
Full Saturday Fixture list (3pm)
Lichfield City v Hanley Town
Lye Town v Worcester City
Racing Club Warwick v Boldmere St Michaels
Romulus v Stourport Swifts
Stone Old Alleynians v AFC Wulfrunians
Tividale v Highgate United
Uttoxeter Town v Shifnal Town
Walsall Wood v Haughmond
Whitchurch Alport v Wolverhampton Casuals.
Atherstone Town v Dudley Town
Bilston Town Community v Khalsa Football Federation
Chelmsley Town v Cradley Town
Darlaston Town 1874 v Stapenhill
Dudley Sports v AFC Bridgnorth
Nuneaton Griff v Ashby Ivanhoe
Shawbury United v Wolverhampton Sporting
Wednesfield v Paget Rangers.
Bolehall Swifts v Lane Head
Coton Green v Fairfield Villa
Earlswood Town v Kenilworth Sporting
Redditch Borough v Alcester Town
AFC Birmingham v Upton Town
AFC Solihull v Enville Athletic
Central Ajax v Balsall and Berkswell
Coventrians v AFC Coventry Rangers
DSC United v Sutton United
Leamington Hibernian v Continental Star
SHIFNAL Town inflicted Hanley Town's second defeat of the season on them with a 1-0 win at the Acoustafoam Stadium last night (Tuesday).
Jeremy Abbey, on loan from Telford scored the goal which lifted Shifnal into ninth. Hanley are 12 points clear of Boldmere St Michaels in second, though the latter have two games in hand.
WHITCHURCH Alport went out of the FA Vase at the quarter final stage in front of 1,300 at the KMJ Mortgages Stadium,
Sean Griffiths gave them an early lead against Newport Pagnell Town but a penalty, and a second half goal from Daniel Webb put them out.
Chairman Jim Goddard said they had lost to the better side.
He said: "It was obviously a disappointing result, possibly we took the lead too early but probably overall they were the better side.
" I am proud of the lads for having got to the quarter finals which is an achievement for a club our size. We just have to go again in the league now because we have a lot of big games coming up in the run in to the end of the season.
"The town came out to support us and It was great to see around 1,300 packed into the ground.
"The atmosphere was very good and it is great to see people supporting non league football."
" I know there were some neutrals and people who hadn't been here before so we will just have to hope they come back."
Full Saturday results
FA Vase Quarter Final
Whitchurch Alport 1 Newport Pagnell Town 2
AFC Wulfrunians 0 Uttoxeter Town 0
Bewdley Town 1Romulus 1
Boldmere St Michaels 3; Kyle Byrne Stone Old Alleynians 0
Hanley Town 1 Walsall Wood 1
Haughmond 2 Lye Town 1
Stourport Swifts 4 Tividale 2
Wolverhampton Casuals 1 Highgate United 0
Worcester City 2 Racing Club Warwick 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 0 Darlaston Town 1874 2
Atherstone Town 4 Wednesfield 0
Bilston Town Community 0 AFC Bridgnorth 1
Heath Hayes 2 Dudley Sports 0
OJM Black Country 3 Shawbury United 0
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 2 Coventry Copsewood 1
Barnt Green Spartak 1 Kenilworth 0
Bolehall Swifts 1 Redditch Borough 1
Cadbury Athletic 1 Knowle 1
Fairfield Villa 2 Coventry Alvis 2
Hampton 0 Coton Green 4
Inkberrow 3 Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 0
Lane Head 2 Alcester Town 2
Balsall and Berkswell 5 Birmingham Tigers 2
Bartley Reds 2 Continental Star 1
Central Ajax 1 AFC Coventry 4
Coventrians 3 Leamington Hibernian 0
Enville Athletic 6 Sutton United 0
Upton Town 4 AFC Solihull 4
Whitchurch Alport will have the eyes of the league on them tomorrow when they entertain Newport Pagnell in the quarter finals of the FA Vase.
Alport are ninth in the Midland Football League Premier whist Pagnell are third in the United Counties League Premier Division South.
League actionsees Hanley Town at home to Walsall Wood in the premier whilst in the chasing pack, Boldmere are at home to Stone Old Alleynians and Worcester City to Racing Club Warwick.
Full Saturday Fixture List (3pm unless stated)
FA Vase Quarter Final
Whitchurch Alport v Newport Pagnell Town.
AFC Wulfrunians v Uttoxeter Town
Bewdley Town v Romulus
Boldmere St Michaels v Stone Old Alleynians
Hanley Town v Walsall Wood
Haughmond v Lye Town
Stourport Swifts v Tividale
Wolverhampton Casuals v Highgate United
Worcester City v Racing Club Warwick
Ashby Ivanhoe v Darlaston Town 1874
Atherstone Town v Wednesfield
Bilston Town Community v AFC Bridgnorth
Heath Hayes v Dudley Sports
OJM Black Country v Shawbury United
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Coventry Copsewodd
Barnt Green Spartak v Kenilworth Sporting
Bolehall Swifts v Redditch Borough
Cadbury Athletic v Knowle
Fairfield Villa v Coventry Alvis
Hampton v Coton Green
Inkberrow v Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons
Lane Head v Alcester Town
Balsall and Berkswell v Birmingham Tigers
Bartley Reds v Continental Star
Central Ajax v AFC Coventry Rangers
Coventrians v Leamington Hibernian
Enville Athletic v Sutton United
Upton Town v AFC Solihull
There are two league games planned for midweek in the Midland Football League Premier Division.
On Tuesday, Uttoxeter Town take on Boldmere St Michaels and Walsall Wood are at home to Worcester City.
On Wednesday there is one game in the JW Hunt Cup, when Lichfield City are at home to OJM Black Country.
All games kick off at 7.45pm
WEEKEND ROUND UP
THINGS are really hotting up at the top of division one where three of the teams chasing Atherstone all had differing fortunes.
Dudley Town lost 3-0 at home to Heath Hayes but Darlaston Town 1874 won by the same score at Coventry Copsewood.
Stapenhill w/ere 2-0 up at OJM Black Country through Harry Lansdowne and Oli Roome but two goals from the impressive Babucar Sauane pegged them back and he also had a goal ruled out for offside.
In the premier, Hanley Town's game at Bewdley was off, with Boldmere in a position to take advantage but they could only draw 0-0 at Stone Old Alleynians.
Tividale are in the pack chasing Hanley and won 3-2 at FA Vase quarter finalists Whitchurch Alport. Darragh Bustin, Elliot Hartley ad Ethan Muckley were on target for Tividale, Jud Ellis and Ivan Urventev for Whitchurch
Racing Club Warwick won 2-0 at Wolverhampton Casuals with goals from Hanibal Sallami and Romario Martin
Stone Old Alleynians 0 Boldmere St Michaels 0
Whitchurch Alport 2 Tividale 3
Wolverhampton Casuals 0 Racing Club Warwick 2
AFC Bridgnorth 1 Wednesfield 1
Chelmsley Town 1 Bilston Town Community 2
Coventry Copsewood 0 Darlaston Town 1874 3
Dudley Town 0 Heath Hayes 3
Nuneaton Griff 3 Dudley Sports 1
OJM Black Country 2 Stapenhill 2
Cadbury Athletic 5 Coton Green 1
Coventry Alvis 2 Inkberrow 1
Earlswood Town 3 Barnt Green Spartak 4
Knowle 0 Redditch Borough 1
Lane Head 2 Fairfield Villa 0
AFC Coventry Rangers 2 Enville Athletic 1
Bartley Reds 0 AFC Solihull 6
Birmingham Tigers 2 Leamington Hibernian 5
Castle Vale Town 1 Balsall and Berkswell 2
Continental Star 4 Central Ajax 6
Sutton United 6 DSC United 2
BEWDLEY TOWN' game at home to Hanley Town today (Saturday) has been postponed.
In the first division, Cradley Town v Wolverhampton Sporting Community is also off.
It leaves today's fixture list as looking like this.
Stone Old Alleynians v Boldmere St Michaels
Walsall Wood v Highgate United
Whitchurch Alport v Tividale
Wolverhampton Casuals v Racing Club Warwick
AFC Bridgnorth v Wednesfield
Chelmsley Town v Bilston Town Community
Coventry Copsewood v Darlaston Town 1874
Dudley Town v Heath Hayes
Khalsa Football Federation v Shawbury United
Nuneaton Griff v Dudley Sports
OJM Black Country v Stapenhill
Paget Rangers v Ashby Ivanhoe
Bolehall Swifts v Alcester Town
Cadbury Athletic v Coton Green
Coventry Alvis v Inkberrow
Earlswood Town v Barnt Green
Hampton v Kenilworth
Knowle v Redditch Borough
Lane Head v Fairfield Villa
AFC Coventry Rangers v Enville Athletic
Bartley Reds v AFC Solihull
Birmingham Tigers v Leamington Hibernian
Castle Vale Town v Balsall and Berkswell
Continental Star v Central Ajaz
Coventrians v AFC Birmingham
Sutton United v DSC United
HIGHGATE Utd have appointed Terry Anderson as the club's new manager following Neil Tooth's decision to step down from the role.
Terry is no stranger to the Midland Football League having managed Coventry Utd over a number of seasons.
He will be joined in the dugout by Luke Morton and Kevin Thornton.
Terry said: “I am really happy to be joining Highgate Utd after taking a few months out. I know a lot of people down here at the club so I am really excited to get going.
"We have eight tough fixtures left so we will be trying our best to grind out a few results.
"We have been left with a very good squad and hopefully over the next few weeks I can bring in a few lads who I think will improve and also provide competition for places.”
BOLDMERE St Michaels went third in the table after a 4-0 win over Whitchurch Alport last night (Tuesday).
Kyle Byrne got two and Harry Sweeney and Robbie Thompson-Brown the other goals for Boldmere, who have three games in hand on Lichfield City and Hanley Town.
Meanwhile Stone Old Alleynians progressed into the Staffs Senior Cup semi final with a 3-2 win at Kidsgrove Athletic.
Tonight's action sees Darlaston Town play OJM Black Country in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup.
In other news, Neil Tooth has stepped down as manager of premier side Highgate United.
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