Three games have been confirmed as postponed tonight (Tuesday).
The premier division game between Stone Old ALleynians and Racing Club Warwick is offas is the first division fixture between Ashby Ivanhoe and Dudley Town.
The game between Stourport Swifts and Redditch United in the Worcestershire Senior Cup has also been postponed.
All games kick off at 7.45pm.
NEWS IN BRIEF
HAMPTON FC are looking for a sports therapist or physiotherapist for the current season.
Applicants must be at the very least first aid trained for a sporting environment with their own insurance.
If interested please message the club or direct message @hampton_fc.
The manager's role at AFC Wulfrunians is currently vacant and applications are being invited.
Anyone interested should send a CV to chairman Clive Morris at email@example.com
BOLDMERE ST Michaels went second in the Midland Football League Premier with a 3-2 win over Lichfeld City at Church Road.
Harry Sweeney got two goals including the winner and Robbie Thompson-Brown the other, Dan Lomas getting a brace for Lichfield.
Hanley Town are still six points clear with a game in hand after winning at Uttoxeter Town on Friday night with a second haf goal from Louis Dodds
Worcester City and Tividale fought out an entertaining 0-0 draw but Romulus got a 3-1 win over high flying Lye, with Rylan John, Rikardo Reid and Trea Bertie on target, a Dylan Hart penalty for Lye was their only reward.
Shifnal closed the gap on Worcester to two points with a game in hand after thrashing Bewdley Town 5-0. Matthew Barnes-Homer and Callum Graybrook both got two and a Jordan Graham own goal completed the scoring.
Stone Old Alleynians edged out Haughmond 2-1 with goals from Sam Bowater and Jack Tomlinson, Joe Pratt replying for Haughmond. Drew Canavan's goal settled the issue at Racing Club Warwick where Stourport Swifts won 1-0.
In a game dedicated to the memory of Leon Taylor, Walsall Wood thrashed Wolverhampton Casuals 4-0, Ryan Boothe getting a hat-trick and Jai Verma the other goal
Dudley Town had a greight afternoon in division one, thrashing Bridgnorth Town 8-0 with two goals apiece from Dan Jones and Ashley Smith whilst Stapenhill slipped up 2-1 at home to Heath Hayes, allowing Atherstone to go seven points clear at the top as they won at Cradley Town.
Boldmere St Michaels 3 Lichfield City 2
Racing Club Warwick 0 Stourport Swifts 1
Romulus 3 Lye Town 1
Shifnal Town 5 Bewdley Town 0
Stone Old Alleynians 2 Haughmond 1
Tividale 0 Worcester City 0
Walsall Wood 4 Wolverhampton Casuals 0
Coventry Copsewood 2 Shawbury United 4
Cradley Town 1 Atherstone Town 3
Dudley Sports 1 Chelmsley Town 1
Dudley Town 8 AFC Bridgnorth 0
OJM Black Country 3 Bilston Town Community 2
Paget Rangers 2 Wednesfield 2
Stapenhill 1 Heath Hayes 2
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 4 Khalsa Football Federation 1
Cadbury Athletic 4 Bolehall Swifts 0
Coton Green 2 Barnt Green Spartak 0
Coventry Alvis 2 Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 1
Earlswood Town 3 Lane Head 2
Kenilworth Sporting P-P Knowle
AFC Birmingham 0 Coventrians 3
AFC Coventry Rangers 6 AFC Solihull 0
Balsall and Berkswell 1 Central Ajax 3
Birmingham Tigers 0 Sutton United 12
DSC United 3 Continental Star 0
Enville Athletic 4 Leamington Hibernian 1
HANLEY Town went eight points clear at the top of the premier division when they beat Uttoxeter Town 1-0 last night (Friday).
Louis Dodd's strike just after the break put them eight points clear of Lichfield City
City travel to third placed Boldmere St Michaels this afternoon.
Lye Town, who are well in touch with the leaders, travel to Romulus whilst Tividale take on Worcester City at home with big crowd expected at The Beeches.
In Division One, leaders Atherstone Town travel to Cradley Town and second placed Stapenhill are at home to Heath Hayes.
Dudley Town are at home to AFC Bridgnorth but Darlaston Town 1874's game with Ashby Ivanhoe has been called off as mark of respect for Leon Taylor who died recently.
Boldmere v Lichfield City
Racing Club Warwick v Stourport Swifts
Romulus v Lye Town
Shifnal Town v Bewdley Town
Stone Old Alleynians v Haughmond
Tividale v Worcester City
Walsall Wood v Wolverhampton Casuals
Whitchurch Alport v Highgate United;
Coventry Copsewood v Shawbury United
Cradley Town v Atherstone Town
Dudley Sports v Chelmsley Town
Dudley Town v AFC Bridgnorth
OJM Black Country v Bilston Town Community
Paget Rangers v Wednesfield
Stapenhill v Heath Hayes
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Khalsa Football Federation
Cadbury Athletic v Bolehall Swifts
Earlswood Town v Lane Head
Kenilworth Sporting v Knowle
AFC Birmingham v Coventrians
AFC Coventry Rangers v AFC Solihull
Balsall and Berkswell v Central Ajax
Birmingham Tigers v Sutton United
DSC United v Continental Star
EnvilleAthletic v Leamington Hibernian.
LICHFIELD City progressed in the Staffordshire Senior Cup last night (Wednesday) with a 3-0 victory over Chasetown.
Goals either side of half time for top-scorer Jack Edwards gave the hosts breathing space before a close range header from Max Black secured the victory against their step four opponents.
ON THE DOUBLE: (Below) Jack Edwards
TIVIDALE went through in the Walsall Senior Cup last night (Tuesday) with a 3-1 win at Wolverhampton Casuals.
Anthony Smith gave Casuas the lead on 55 minutes but Tividale came back with goals from Elliott Hartley, Darragh Bustin and Cameron Milne.
In the JW Hunt cup, OJM Black Country beat Brocton 3-2.
Tonight's action sees Lichfield City at home to Chasetown in the Staffs Senior Cup.
Kick off at the City Ground is 7.45pm.
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