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.
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