WORCESTER CITY have signed Stourport Swifts winger Bailey Fuller.
Fuller, a former Kidderminster Harriers under 23 player, played for City between the ages of 12 and 16.
He was at Stratford Town in the close season and City boss Tim Harris enquired about him then, but he signed for Swifts.
Harris said: "I am delighted with this signing. Bailey offers a lot of flair and ability and I am sure the fans will be excited by the prospect of seeing him play again in a Worcester shirt.
Fuller played in the recent derby clash between City and Swifts, in which the former ran out 4-1 winners.
He will be available for the home game with Stone Old Alleynians on Saturday.
THE draw for the first and second rounds of the taffordshire Senior Cup has been made, with a number of our teams involved.
There are three all MFL ties, inclduing at Lichfield, where City will take on Wolverhampton Casuals.
Full draw (MFL teams in capitals)
Leek Town v HEATH HAYES
BILSTON TOWN COMMUNITY v WALSALL WOOD
LICHFIELD CITY v WOLVERHAMPTON CASUAls
STONE OLD ALLEYNIANS v WOLVERHAMPTON SPORTING COMMUNITY
UTTOXETER TOWN v Kidsgrove Athletic
Abbey Hulton United v Stoke City
Stafford Town v Stafford Rangers
Eccleshall v Port Vale
Rushall Olympic v BILSTON TOWN COMMUNITY/WALSALL WOOD
UTTOXETER TOWN/Kidsgrove Athletic v Rocester
LICHFIELD CITY/WOLVERHAMPTON CASUALS v Chasetown
Sporting Khalsa v Leek Town / HEATH HAYES
STONE OA/WOLVERHAMPTON SC v Hednesford Town
ATHERSTONE Town have signed youngster Ryan Tait from fellow division one side Paget Rangers.
The 18-year-old midfielder (pictured) impressed in a recent fixture against the Adders.
He graduated through the Tamworth Academy system and was involved with the first team squad at the age of 17.
IN Tuesday's action in the premier division, Lichfield City went top of the table with a 5-2 win at Bewdley Town.
Jack Edwards and Kyle Patterson fired Lichfield into a two goal lead before Josh Carpenter got one back for Bewdley and Jordan Graham equalised on 67 minutes. Edwards wasn't finished for Lichfield though and completed his hat-trcil with goals on 69 and 83 minutes before Dan Shepherd made it five late on.
Wolverhampton Casuals thumped Stone Old Alleynians 4-0 with two goals from Anthony Smith and one each from Harry Rogers and Yannick Gomes.
In division one Stapenhill went top on goal difference after thrashing Khalsa Football Federation 7-3 away.
OJM Black Country beat Cradley Town 5-1 in the Black Country Derby and their were wins for Whitchurch and Haughmond in the TJ Vickers Shropshire Premier Cup.
THERE is a big night of action in the Midland Football League premier tonight (Tuesday) when Bewdley Town take on Lichfield City.
Both teams are fresh from good wins in the FA Vase at the weekend, Bewdley at Nuneaton Griff and Lichfield at home to Uttoxeter. But undefeated Lichfield are looking to go top of the table, whilst Bewdley are still looking for their first league win.
Meanwhile Wolverhampton Casuals will be looking to move themselves up the table against Stone Old Alleynians who are in tenth position.
In division one, Dudley Town will attempt to close the gap on leaders Atherstone Town when they travel to Ashby Ivanhoe and OJM Black Country are at home to Cradley Town in a local derby.
Full Tuesday fixtures
Bewdley Town v Lichfeld City
Wolverhampton Casuals v Stone Old Alleynians
OJM Black Country v Cradley Town
Ashby Ivanhoe v Dudley Town
Khalsa Football Federation v Stapenhill
TJ Vickers Shropshire FA Premier Cup
Ellesmere Rangers v Haughmond
Shawbury United v Whitchurch Alport
THE draw for the first round proper of the FA Vase has been made, with Bewdley Town and Racing Club Warwick facing each other and Worcester City at home to Lutterworth Town.
Full draw involving Midland Football League clubs - ties to be played Saturday October 23
BEWDLEY TOWN v RACING CLUB WARWICK
Wellingborough Whitworth v HIGHGATE UNITED
Coventry Sphinx v AFC BRIDGNORTH
Heather St Johns v ATHERSTONE TOWN
Boston Town v HANLEY TOWN
Radford v BOLDMERE ST MICHAELS
WOCESTER CITY v Lutterworth Town
ROMULUS v Harborough Town
Whttlesey Athletic v WOLVERHAMPTON CASUALS
Aylestone Park v WEDNESFIELD
WEEKEND ROUND UP
FIRST division AFC Bridgnorth caused an FA Vase shock with a 4-3 penalty win over Lye Town.
Adam Meacham had scored late on for Lye to make it 2-2 and take the tie to penalties.
The tie between Boldmere and Shifnal also went to penalties after a 3-3 stalemate at 90 minutes. Boldmere eventually won 3-2.
Romulus edged through 1-0 at Ashby Ivanhoe with a goal on 65 minutes from Chad Degvill-Cross.
In the premier division Stourport drew 0-0 with Walsall Wood and in the first division, OJM Black Country are unbeaten in four after overcoming Khalsa Football Federation 2-0
Full weekend results
FA Vase Second Qualifying Round
AFC Bridgnorth 2 Lye Town 2 (Bridgnorth won 4-3 on pens)
Heather St Johns 3 Darlaston Town 1874 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 0 Romulus 1
Boldmere St Michaels 3 Shifnal Town 3 (Boldmere won 3-2 on penalties)
Heath Hayes 2 Highgate United 3
Wednesfield 2 Hereford Pegasus 0
Lichfield City 4 Uttoxeter Town 0
Nuneaton Griff 0 Bewdley Town 3
Whitchurch Alport 2 Pershore Town 88 1
Sandbach 2 Dudley Town 2
Racing Club Warwick 4 Chelmsley Town 1
Rugby Town 1 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Worcester City 3 Bilston Town Community 1
Worcester Raiders 1 Atherstone Town 2
Midland Football League Premier
Stourport Swifts 0 Walsall Wood 0
(Friday) Hanley Town 2 Stone Old Alleynians 1
OJM Black Country 2 Khalsa Football Federation 0
Stapenhill 7 Shawbury United 1
Hampton 3 Coventry Alvis 1
Alcester Town 1 Kenilworth Sporting 2
Bolehall Swifts 0 Coton Green 4
Cadbury Athletic 2 Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 0
Earlswood Town 2 Knowle 2
Fairfield Villa 1 Redditch Borough 1
Lane Head 2 Barnt Green Spartak 0
Castle Vale Town 0 AFC Coventry Rangers 14
Central Ajax 2 Birmingham Tigers 1
Continental Star 0 Balsall and Berkswell 5
Enville Athletic 1 Coventrians 4
Upton Town P-P AFC Birmingham
WLV Sport 1 DSC United 2
AFC Solihull 3 Sutton United 4
There is league action tonight when Hanley Town take on Stone Old Alleynians at the Payaro Stadium.
And tomorrow sees FA Vase second qualifying round action for many of our teams, with a limited league programme in the premier and first divisions.
There are a number of intriguing first division v premier ties including AFC Bridgnorth v Lye Town and Heath Hayes v Highgate United and some all top flight clashes including Lichfield v Uttoxeter Town and Stourport Swifts v Walsall Wood.
Hanley Town 2 Stone Old Alleynians 1
FA Vase Second Qualfiying Round
AFC Bridgnorth v Lye Town
Heather St Johns v Darlaston Town 1874
Ashby Ivanhoe v Romulus
Heath Hayes v Highgate United
Wednesfield v Hereford Pegasus
Lichfield City v Uttoxeter Town
Nuneaton Griff v Bewdley Town
Sandbach v Dudley Town
Racing Club Warwick v Chelmsley Town
Rugby Town v AFC Wulfrunians
Whitchurch Alport v Pershore Town 88
Wolves Casuals v Ellesmere Rangers
Worcester City v Bilston Town Community
Worcester Raiders v Atherstone Town
Midland Football League Premier
Stourport Swifts v Walsall Wood
OJM Black Country v Khalsa Football Federation
Stapenhill v Shawbury United
Alcester Town v Kenilworth Sporting
Bolehall Swifts v Coton Gree
Cadbury Athletic v Boldmere Sports
Earlswood Town v Knowle
Fairfield Villa v Redditch Borough
Hampton v Coventry Alvis
Lane Head v Barnt Green Spartak
AFC Solihull v Sutton United
Bartley Reds v Leamington Hibernian
Castle Vale Town v AFC Coventry Ranger
Central Ajax v Birmingham Tigers
Continental Star v Balsall and Berkswell
Enville Athletic v Coventrians
Upton Town v AFC Birmingham
WLV Sport v DSC United
Division Two side Cadbury Athletic have announced they will be moving to The Hayes in October to play their home games on a 3G surface.
The Hayes is a 20 acre site in West Heath, South Birmingham which is currently being developed into one of the best community sporting facilities in the city. Plans include developing around six pitches for football and rugby and it will also eventually become the home venue for the first team games of Southern League Alvechurch.
The decision is thought to have been made due to Covid related issues regarding the showers at Cadbury's present pitch in Bournville and their first home game at the new venue will take place next month,
IN Wednesday night's game, Nuneaton Griff edged out Khalsa Football Federation 3-2 at PIngles Stadium.
The result moves Griff up to tenth place in the division one table, but Khalsa are still bottom with just one win from ten games.
Nuneaton Griff take on Khalsa Football Federation tonight in the first division in what is the only MFL fixture of the evening.
Griff will be looking to move into the top ten in the league whilst Khalsa will be trying to get only their second victory of the season.
Please note the kick off time at Pingles Stadium is 7.30pm.
IN tonight's premier league fixture, AFC Wulfrunians and Tividale drew 2-2.
Darragh Bustin gave Tividale the lead on 11 minutes before Dominic Dell equalised on 17. Cameron Milne again put Tividale in front but Robert Hanna .put Wulfrunians back on level terms which is how it finished.
In Division One, Dudley Town beat Darlaston Town 1874 2-0 with both goals coming from Rhys Horton. OJM Black Country drew with Coventry Copsewood 1-1 and Shawbury United lost 2-1 at home to Cradley Town.
JW Hunt Cup action saw Boldmere thrash Continental Star 8-0.
DARREN Byfield has stepped down as Walsall Wood manager by mutual consent, the club have announced.
The former Walsall and Bristol City forward (pictured) took Wood to the brink of the Midland Football League Premier title and last season to the semi final of the FA Vase.
He will be replaced in the interim by Charlie Merson until the club makes a further announcement.
THERE is premier division action tonight (Tuesday) at the CKW Stadium when AFC Wulfrunians take on Tividale (7.45pm).
Both teams go into the game on the back of home wins, AFC Wulfrunians beating Stourport on Saturday and Tividale edging out Haughmond.
In the first division, Dudley Town host Darlaston Town, OJM Black Country are at home to Coventry Copsewood and Shawbury host Cradley Town.
Action in the JW Hunt Cup sees Boldmere St Michaels at home to Continental Star.
ROMULUS knocked Walsall out of the Birmingham Senior Cup 2-1 tonight (Monday) at Castle Vale Stadium.
Walsall took the lead on 63 minutes through Ronan Maher, before Khail Harrison equalised on 73 minutes before 130 spectators.
Deshon Carty got what proved to be the winner five minutes later to send Roms through.
HANLEY Town have been drawn at home to National League North outfit Brackley Town in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.
Brackley are second in the league at the moment and disposed of Coalville on Saturday, whilst Hanley beat Chasetown at home.
The tie will be played at the Payaro Stadium on Saturday October 2 with the winners receiving £5,625 in prize money and the losers £1,875.
RACING Club Warwick have further strengthened their squad with the signing of Romario Martin.
The 22-year-old (pictured) was recently playing for Redditch United and has had spells at Barwell, Hednesford and Nuneaton Borough after originally coming through the youth ranks at Walsall.
He also made two appearances for Solihull Moors and is a Saint Kitts and Nevis international.
Warwick fielded a number of new faces in the 3-0 win over Wolverhampton Casuals on Saturday.
*Romulus take on Walsall in the Birmingham Senior Cup tonight (Monday) at Castle Vale.
The Roms will be looking to build on an excellent 2-0 win at Whitchurch Alport on Saturday.
A LATE goal from Chris Dagnall sent Hanley Town through to the FA Cup third qualifying round, 2-1 against Chasetown.
Dagnall struck two minutes from time after Chasetown had drawn level on 83.
In the other tie involving a Midland Football Leaue side Stone Alleynians produced a battling performance at Leamington, a team playing three levels above them, but eventually went out 3-1. Jack Tomlinson got Stone's goal in front of a crowd of 352.
League action saw Shifnal Town close the gap on Boldmere St Michaels at the top of the Premier, beating Walsall Wood 2-1 at home with goals from Tom Hill and Jay Holdcrofy.
A goal from Ash Garner to give Stapenhill a 1-0 win over Chelmsley keeps his team in touch at the top of division one.
Full Weekend Results
FA Cup second qualifying round
Leamington 3 STONE OLD ALLEYNIANS 1
HANLEY TOWN 2 Chasetown 1
AFC Wulfrunians 2 Stourport Swifts 1
Highgate United 2 Bewdley Town 2
Lichfield City 2 Worcester City 0
Racing Club Warwick 3 Wolverhampton Casuals 0
Shifnal Town 2 Walsall Wood 1
Tividale 1 Haughmond 0
Uttoxeter Town 0 Lye Town 0
Whitchurch Alport 0 Romulus 2
AFC Bridgnorth 1 Paget Rangers 0
Ashby Ivanhoe 3 Cradley Town 2
Atherstone Town 2 Khalsa Football Federation 0
Bilston Town Community 0 Nuneaton Griff 1
Coventry Copsewood 3 Wednesfield 0
OJM Black Country 3 Heath Hayes 0
Stapenhill 1 Chelmsley Town 0
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 4 Shawbury United 0
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 0 Alcester Town 0
Bolehall Swifts 0 Cadbury Athletic 10
Coventry Alvis 2 Lane Head 0
Fairfield Villa 3 Kenilworth Sporting 2
Inkberrow 1 Hampton 2
Knowle 1 Barnt Green 0
Redditch Borough 2 Earlswood Town 1
AFC Coventry Rangers 5 DSC United 1
Balsall and Berkswell 6 Bartley Reds 1
Birmingham Tigers 4 WLV Sport 1
Castle Vale Town 0 AFC Solihull 6
Continental Star 1 Upton Town 8
Enville Athletic 2 AFC Birmingham 1
Leamington Hibernians 4 Coventrians 4
Sutton United 2 Central Ajax 1
TWO FA Cup matches involving our teams take place tomorrow, Hanley Town hosting Chasetown in an all Staffordshire clash and Stone Old Alleynians travelling to Leamington who play at three levels above.
Leamington have started well in National North, winning three and losing two of their five games so far.
Chasetown, who play in the Northern Premier Division One Midlands are fourth after eight games.
In the league, Worcester City will look to go joint top on points with Boldmere who don't have a game, but will face a tough task at unbeaten Lichfield City.
CIty, Lye, Shifnal and Romulus will all attempt to go above Hanley, with Shifnal home to Walsall Wood, Lye at Uttoxeter and Romulus at Whitchurch.
In the first division, Atherstone Town are four points above Darlaston Town 1874, who dropped points in the week and don't have a game tomorrow .
Atherstone are at home to second from bottom Khalsa Football Federation.
Stapenhill will attempt to go second but won't find it easy against seventh placed Chelmsley Town.
Meanwhile AFC Bridgnorth will attempt to get their first win of the season when they play at home to Paget Rangers.
FULL SATURDAY FIXTURES
FA Cup second qualifying round
Leamington v STONE OLD ALLEYNIANS
HANLEY TOWN v Chasetown.
AFC Wulfrunians v Stourport Swifts
Highgate United v Bewdley Town
Lichfield City v Worcester City
Racing Club Warwick v Wolverhampton Casuals
Shifnal Town v Walsall Wood
Tividale v Haughmond
Whitchurch Alport v Romulus
AFC Bridgnorth v Paget Rangers
Ashby Ivanhoe v Cradley Town
Atherstone Town v Khalsa Football Federation
Bilston Town Community v Nuneaton Griff
Coventry Copsewood v Wednesfield
OJM Black Country v Heath Hayes
Stapenhill v Chelmsley Town
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Shawbury United
Boldmere SPorts and Social Falcons v Alcester Town
Bolehall Swifts v Cadbury Athletic
Coventry Alvis v Lane Head
Fairfield Villa v Kenilworth Sporting
Inkberrow v Hampton
Knowle v Barnt Green Spartak
Redditch Borough v Earlswood Town
Birmingham Tigers v WLV Sport
AFC Coventry Rangers v DSC United
Balsall and Berkswell v Bartley Reds
Catle Vale Town v AFC Solihull
Continental Star v Upton Town
Enville Athletic v AFC Birmingham
Leamington Hibernian v Coventrians
Sutton United v Central Ajax
WORCESTER CITY moved up to second place in the Midland Football League Premier last night with a 4-1 win over Stourport with a hat-trick from Dan Westwood (pictured) and one from Fortune Maphosa in front of 490 at Claines Lane.
There was a good crowd as well in the first division at Darlaston Town 1874 as well where the home side gained a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw with OJM Black Country.
In the other first division game, Paget Rangers grabbed a 2-1 victory at Nuneaton Griff.
WORCESTER CITY will attempt to move into second place in the Midland Football League Premier when they take on winless Stourport Swifts.
Stourport still have three points from five games and a large crowd is expected at Claines Laine for the all Worcestershire clash.
In division one, Darlaston Town 1874 will attempt to close the gap on Atherstone at the top of the table when they entertain OJM Black Country.
Nuneaton Griff entertain Paget Rangers - all the games kick off at 7.45pm
JAI Verma hit two late goals tonight (Tuesday) to help Walsall Wood to a thrilling 2-1 premier league victory over Uttoxeter Town.
All the goals came in the last ten minutes, Verma scoring on 82 and 86 before Ross Haig got one back for Town two minutes from time.
Shifnal Town won the all Shropshire clash at Haughmond 1-0, with a Tom Hill header on 38 minutes.
Lye kept up their 100-per-cent home record with a 2-0 win over Highgate United, Justice Campbell and Jaden Owusu-Nepaul on target.
Boldmere came from 1-0 down to beat Tividale 3-1, Alex Mcskeane continuing his recent run of goal scoring form with two and Danny O'Sullivan getting the third.
Dan Smith had given Tividale a first half lead.
Full Tuesday results
Walsall Wood 2 Uttoxeter Town 1
Lye Town 2 Highgate United 0
Haughmond 0 Shifnal Town 1
Boldmere 3 Tividale 1
Wolverhampton Casuals 3 Whitchurch Alport 2
Atherstone Town 1 Ashby Ivanhoe 1
Cradley Town 1 Bilston Town Community 2
Heath Hayes 1 Wednesfield 1
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 3
Shawbury United 4 AFC Bridgnorth 0
LEAGUE action tonight sees Lye Town take on Highgate United at home in the premier and Haughmond hosting Shifnal in a Shropshire derby.
Boldmere St Michaels will hope to continue their good start to the season when they take on Tividale at home and Walsall Wood are at home to Uttoxeter.
Wolverhampton Casuals are at home to Whitchurch Alport whilst in the first division, Heath Hayes take on Wednesfield.
The Stapenhill v Dudley Sports game tonight has been postponed due to Covid cases in the Dudley camp.
Full Tuesday fixtures (7.45pm)
Boldmere St Michaels v Tividale
Haughmond v Shifnal Town
Wolverhampton Casuals v Whitchurch Alport
Lye Town v Highgate United
Walsall Wood v Uttoxeter Town
Heath Hayes v Wednesfield
Cradley Town v Bilston Town Community
Atherstone Town v Ashby Ivanhoe
Shawbury United v AFC Bridgnorth
ROMULUS beat Racing Club Warwick 2-0 in tonight's Midland Football League Premier Division game.
First half goals from Trea Bertie and an own goal gave Roms the points.
The result lifts Romulus into fifth place, one point behind Worcester City and Lichfield City.
ROMULUS return to league action when they face Racing Club Warwick at Castle Vale tonight (Monday).
The Roms beat Shawbury away 4-0 in the FA vase first qualifying round on Saturday whilst Racing Club didn't have a game.
Warwick are 17th in the Midland Football League Premier and Romulus 12th - kick off tonight is 7.45pm.
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