HANLEY Town and Lichfield City will attempt to maintain the Midland Football League's only unbeaten record when they kick off their premier division games tomorrow.
Hanley entertain third placed Lye Town whilst Lichfield travel away to Stone Old Alleynians. Fourth placed Worcester City will be looking to break into the top three when they entertain Bewdley Town at Claines Lane.
Tividale travel to Racing Club Warwick whilst there is an attractive game at Oak Park between Walsall Wood and Shifnal Town
Division One action sees leaders Stapenhill - one point clear at the top - travel to Nuneaton Griff. Atherstone Town who are one point behind Stapenhill but have played one less game, visit Khalsa Football Federation.
Dudley Town are in a rich vein of form and are chasing the top two - they entertain Chelmsley Town whilst fourth placed OJM Black Country are at home to Paget.
Full fixtures for Saturday (3pm unless stated)
AFC Wulfrunians v Highgate United
Hanley Town v Lye Town
Racing Club Warwick v Tividale
Stone Old Alleynians v Lichfield City
Stourport Swifts v Romulus
Walsall Wood v Shifnal Town
Whitchurch Alport v Uttoxeter Town
Wolverhampton Casuals v Boldmere St Michaels
Worcester City v Bewdley Town
AFC Bridgnorth v Cradley Town
Ashby Ivanhoe v Shawbury United
Coventry Copsewood v Dudley Sports
Dudley Town v Chelmsley Town
Khalsa FF v Atherstone Town
Nuneaton Griff v Stapenhill
OJM Black Country v Paget Rangers
Wednesfield v Heath Hayes
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Darlaston Town 1874
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons v Inkberrow (2pm)
Earlswood Town v Fairfield Villa (2pm)
Hampton v Bart Green Spartak (2pm)
Kenilworth Sporting v Alcester Town (2pm)
Redditch Borough v Bolehall Swifts (2pm)
Coton Green v Knowle
Coventry Alvis v Cadbury Athletic
Balsall and Berkswell v AFC Birmingham (2pm)
Birmingham Tigers v DSC United (2pm)
Central Ajax v Bartley Reds (2pm)
Continental Star v Coventrians (2pm)
Enville Athleti v AFC Solihull (2pm)
Upton Town v AFC Coventry Rangers (2pm)
WLV Sport v Sutton United (2pm)
Castle Vale Town v Leamington Hibernian
THE draw has been made for the quarter final of the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup and it is an all Midland Football League affair.
OJM Black Country booked their place last night (Wednesday) by beating Coventry Copsewood 4-0 and will be away to Paget Rangers.
Wdednesfield will host Chelmsley Town, Dudley Town host FC Stratford and Atherstone Town wil be at home to Darlaston Town (1874).
Meanwhile Lichfield City beat Wolverhampton Casuals 2-0 in the Staffordshire Senior Cup last night with goals from Chandler Pegg and a penalty from Dan Lomas.
In the same competition, Walsall Wood beat Bilston Town Community away 1-0.
DARLASTON Town have announced details of their second round JW Hunt Cup game against Dudley Town.
It will take place at the Paycare Stadium on Wednesday November 24 with a 7.45pm kick off.
Meanwhile the club has announced that teenage goalkeeper Bradley Clarkson is joining Hednesford Town after an approach from the Southern Premier outfit.
Clarkson, 19, previously played under present Darlaston boss Dean Gill at Wolverhampton Casuals and Bilston Town.
LAST night's action saw Hanley Town go four points clear at the top of the premier division with a 3-0 win at Stourport Swifts.
Chris Dagnall gave them a 1-0 half time lead and secoond-half strikes from Josh Green and Aaron Cole completed the scoring.
In the Birmingham Senior Cup, Lye Town lost 3-0 at home to Tamworth.
Darlaston Town 1874 beat Dudley Sports 3-0 away in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup, whilst Khalsa Football Federation lost 5-0 at home to Paget Rangers.
There are no league games tonight but there are three cup ties involving our clubs. In the Staffordshire Senior Cup, Bilston Town Community are at home to Walsall Wood and Lichfield City to Wolverhampton Casuals.
In the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup, OJM Black Country are at home to Coventry Copsewood. All kick offs are 7.45pm.
HANLEY Town attempt to go four points clear at the top of the Midland Football League table tonight (Tuesday) when they travel to Stourport Swifts.
Hanley went back top of the table on Friday night when they beat Uttoxeter Town 1-0 while Stourport drew 3-3 with Stone Old Alleynians.
Cup action tonight sees Lye Town at home to Southern League Premier high flyers Tamworth in the Birmingham Senior Cup.
Dudley Sports are at home Darlaston Town 1874 in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup and Khalsa Football Federation host Paget Rangers
Kick off for all games is 7.45pm
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