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
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