FORWARD Dimitri Dunkley scored all four goals last night as Bilston Town beat OJM Back Country 4-2 at Queen Street.
The result lifted the Steelmen into fifth place in the division one table, one point behind Dudley Town.
BILSTON Town take on OJM Black Country in a division one game tonight (Wednesday) at Queen Street.
A draw for Bilston would take them into the top six whilst OJM, who have only played four games so far, are looking to get into the top ten.
Kick off tonight is 7.45pm
HANLEY Town have announced they have received international clearance for new signing Ryan Shotton.
Shotton (pictured), who signed last week, last played for Melbourne Victory in Australia's A League, from where he was released in May.
The 32-year-old will now be available for the FA Cup first qualifying tie at Leicester Road on Saturday.
In the week leading up to the first qualifying round of the FA Cup, we are publising a number of articles on Midland Football League or Midland Alliance teams past and present who are still involved in the competition this year.
On Saturday Tividale face Spalding United of the Northern Premier League Midlands league in the first qualifying round. But Tividale are no strangers to attention when it comes to the FA Cup, as we see below.
IN 1976, Bran James, a Daily Mail sports journalist wrote his seminal book, 'Journey to Wembley, a football odyssey from Tividale to Wembley.'
In it he followed the road to Wembley, starting with the all West Midlands Premier League preliminary round tie between Hinckley Athletic and Tividale, then the first qualifying round victory for Tividale over Oldbury.
But it was the second qualifying round tie between Tividale and Telford United of the Southern League Premier, that seemed to capture the imagination and indeed some national newspaper coverage, plus provided a great chapter for the book.
Telford were managed by World Cup winning hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst, now Sir Geoff and curiosity was high as to whether any of the Wembley heroes could make their mark in the management game.
James followed up on this, indeed any quirky titbits or stories which would capture the magic of the competition, this year celebrating its 150th anniversary, were included.
He described where Tividale was to otherwise un-initiated readers, saying: "The ground is half way up a hill. On three sides it is bounded by new homes, on the fourth it opens up into a panoramic view of the Midlands industrial sprawl."
Hurst, who was trying to make his way up the football management ladder, was acutely aware of having to have some security such as a good day job or business behind him in the days when footballers didn't make vast amounts, whether from sponsorship deals or wages.
This was shown on his assessment of the pre-match meal where James wrote: 'Hurst thought It was a smashing meal, but made a mental note about the serving of the dessert pancakes and said: "I take my pubs seriously, they are my insurance against turning out to be the world's worst football manager.
"I love the game still, want to make some sort of mark in it, but with a good business behind me, I don't need to be scared."
On the day, he certainly didn't need to be scared as Telford comfortably won 3-0, though they would only reach the fourth qualifying round before being knocked out at home to Matlock.
After three seasons at Telford, Hurst would go on to be part of the England set up under Ron Greenwood and manage Chelsea and in Kuwait before indeed returning to a 'day job' in insurance.
The book, which ended with the FA Cup final at Wembley between Liverpool and Manchester United opened up a whole new world for many people, visiting clubs most people had never heard of in the days before the internet, twitter and Facebook.
For some readers it started their interest in non league football and for others inspired them to do the same journey, choosing their own starting point.
In 2019, Sportsmail replicated the premise of James' legendary book by starting again at Tividale, this time in the preliminary tie against Chasetown. Tividale - now in the Midland Football League Premier - had already beaten Wednesfield to get to this stage.
They interviewed manager Dave King - who will again be in the dugout for the game against Spalding on Saturday - and he didn't sugar-coat the financial situation of the club, or clubs like them saying: "This is a rarity, a chance to earn some money and maybe play in front of a bigger crowd where on the cold winter nights there will be next to no money coming in and there will be just a group of diehards and a dog."
Reporter Ian Herbert wrote: "The £2,900 prize money on offer for progressing past Chasetown, who play one tier higher, to reach the FA Cup's first qualifying round is around half the home team's entire annual running costs.
"There are no transfer fees and no match fees for players here, just 40p-a-mile petrol expenses for away trips which the home team must also pay out to the referee - 22-year-old Niall Smith - and his assistants.
"It's hard to find an abundance of sympathy for clubs like Bury and Bolton Wanderers here (both being in financial trouble at the time), in the middle of a rather anonymous Black Country housing estate.
"It's a world of subsistence, enterprise and survival, where man of the match voting slips sell for £1, Tividale pin badges for £3 and where the 'No Standing' signs in the primitive covered area are hardly necessary."
There is also a focus of course on Chasetown, now in the Northern Premier League but who first reached the first round proper of the FA Cup in 2005-06, the season they won the old Midland Alliance which became the Midland Football League.
Their televised first round tie against Oldham would bring in £84,000 and both the cup run and promotion helped the club build a bigger profile, a bigger fan base and financial security.
Two years later of course they would hit the headlines, and again make some serious money, when reaching the third round against Cardiff City, where the Chasetown players would get used to being featured in the national media, such is the magic of the competition.
As Chasetown chairman Mick Joiner and now president of the MFL was quoted as saying at Tividale, where his side would go on to win 5-0: "Hold what you've got. Improve what you can. Go to where you can be self-sustaining, that's us."
But on Saturday, Tividale, whilst focussing on the prize money on offer for beating Spalding, may just dare to dream of what could be were they to go on and reach the first round of what - to many - is still the greatest cup competition in the world.
Below-The front cover of Brian James' book, action from Tividale v Telford in 1976 and (L-R) The Beeches, home of Tividale FC and Sir Geoff Hurst.
Thank you to Neil Fredrick Jensen, of gameofthepeople.com for infomation used in this article.
WOLVERHAMPTON Casuals got their first win of the season in the premier division tonight (Tuesday) with a 2-1 win over visitors Romulus.
Casuals were 2-0 up at half time against the previously unbeaten Roms through Orlando Joao and Reis Marley. They held out for the win, Romulus only replying late on through Chad Degville-Cross.
AFC Wulfrunians also got their first win of the season, with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Haughmond in front of a good crowd at the CKW Stadium.
James Hill gave them a one goal lead just before the break and Dominic Dell increased the lead from the penalty spot on 73 minutes.
Substitute Tom Harley got the third goal a minute from time.
AFC WULFRUNIANS will attempt to move into the premier division top ten tonight when they host Haughmond at the CKW Stadium.
Wufrunians have started the season well, although they haven't won they got a good point at Hanley Town on Saturday,
Haughmond have lost their first three games so will be keen to get some points on the board.
Meanwhile Wolverhampton Casuals will also be looking for their first points when they take on Romulus at Brinsford Lane tonight.
The Roms in contrast have won their first two games, conceding no goals and thrashing Uttoxeter 6-0 at the weekend.
Both games kick off at 7.45 tonight.
MONDAY'S action saw Lye Town upset the form book, inflicting Worcester City's first defeat of the season on them, 3-0 at Claines Lane.
Ben Billingham, Joe Whittingham and Sam Tye got the goals.
Hanley Town returned to the top of the table with a 5-0 victory at Whitchurch Alport, whilst Boldmere could only draw 1-1 at Lichfield City, Isaac Philips rescuing a point in the last minute after Jack Edwards had given the home side the lead.
Stone Old Alleynians are third just on goal difference with ten points after goals from Dave Ablewhite and Matthew Thomas saw them edge out Uttoxeter 2-1 in the Staffordshire derby.
Tividale keep up the pace at the top after a 4-0 win over Bewdley Town, a double from Elliot Hartley adding to a goal each from Cameron Milne and Dan Smith.
In Division One, Cradley Town made it three wins in a row after a 3-1 win over Dudley Sports.
But Darlaston Town 1874 remain top after a 7-1 destruction of AFC Bridgnorth, a result which sees the visitors stay second from bottom, without a win from seven games.
Worcester City 0 Lye Town 3
Whitchurch Alport 0 Hanley Town 5
Tividale 4 Bewdley Town 0
Lichfield City 1 Boldmere St Michaels 1
Stourport Swifts 0 Highgate United 3
Stone Old Alleynians 2 Uttoxeter Town 1
Walsall Wood 2 Racing Cub Warwick 2
Atherstone Town 2 Coventry Copsewood 0
Chelmsey Town 2 Paget Rangers 2
Cradley Town 2 Dudey Sports 0
Daraston Town 1874 7 AFC Bridgnorth 1
Heath Hayes 4 Ashby Ivanhoe 3
Stapenhil 4 Wednesfield 1
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 0 Dudley Town 1
BOLDMERE St Michael's will attempt to consolidate their position on top of the Midland Football League when they travel to Lichfield CIty on Bank Holiday Monday.
The Mikes went top of the table after a win at Haughmond on Saturday, though Lichfield beat Lye Town at home and are themselves in third place.
Top of the first division Darlaston Town 1874 are at home again, to AFC Bridgnorth, Town having beaten Nuneaton Griff 5-0 on Saturday.
Lichfield City v Boldmere St Michaels
Stone Old Alleynians v Uttoxeter Town
Stourport Swifts v Highgate United
Tividale v Bewdley Town
Walsall Wood v Racing Club Warwick
Whitchurch Alport v Hanley Town
Worcester City v Lye Town.
Atherstone Town v Coventry Copsewood
Chelmsley Town v Paget Rangers
Cradley Town v Dudley Sports
Darlaston Town 1874 v AFC Bridgnorth
Heath Hayes v Ashby Ivanhoe
Stapenhill v Wednesfield
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Dudley Town
Barnt Green Spartak v Cadbury Athletic
Bolehall Swifts v Coventry Alvis
Kenilworth Sporting v Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons
Knowle v Alcester Town
Lane Head v Earlswood Town
Redditch Borough v Inkberrow
AFC Coventry Rangers v Central Ajax
AFC Birmingham v Bartley Redds
Castle Vale Town v Birmingham Tigers
Coventrians v Continental Star
Upton Town v DSC United.
BOLDMERE St Michaels are top of the Premier Division tonight after a 2-0 win on the road at Haughmond.
Goals from Alex McSkeane and Reece Leek late on means they have won all three games so far.
Hanley Town were held at home by AFC Wulfrunians whilst Lichfield City are still unbeaten after a 2-0 home win over Lye Town, the goals coming from Jack Edwards and Max Dixon.
Bewdley Town 1 Stone Old Alleynians 2
Hanley Town 1 AFC Wulfrunians 1
Haughmond 0 Boldmere St Michaels 2
Highgate United 0 Tividale 1
Lichfield City 2 Lye Town 0
Racing Club Warwick 1 Whitchurch Alport 5
Romulus 6 Uttoxeter Town 0
Stourport Swifts 2 Shifnal Town 2
Wolverhampton Casuals 0 Worcester City 1
AFC Bridgnorth 2 Ashby Ivanhoe 2
Atherstone Town 6 Shawbury United 2
Darlaston Town 1874 5 Nuneaton Griff 0
Dudley Town 3 Coventry Copsewood 2
Heath Hayes 0 Chelmsley Town 1
Khalsa Football Federation 3 Dudley Sports 2
Paget Rangers 1 OJM Black Country 4
Wednesfield 0 Bilston Town Community 2
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1 Cradley Town 2
Alcester Town 2 Bolehall Swifts 3
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 3 Barnt Green Spartak 4
Coton Green 5 Coventry Alvis 1
Earlswood Town 0 Cadbury Athletic 4
Fairfield Villa 4 Inkberrow 3
Hampton 4 Redditch Borough 2
Lane Head 1 Kenilworth Sporting 2
AFC Birmingham 3 Leamington Hibernian 1
AFC Coventry Rangers P-P Enville Athetic
Birmingham Tigers 1 Coventrians 4
Castle Vale Town 0 DSC United 6
Central Ajax 2 Continental Star 1
Sutton United 8 Bartley Reds 1
Upton Town 1 Balsall and Berkswell 2
WLV Sport 2 AFC Solihull 9
THERE may be some new faces on show in the Midland Football League Premier Division today (Saturday).
Ryan Shotton is likely to make his debut for Hanley Town at the Payaro Stadium against AFC Wulfrunians after joining them this week.
Hanley are top but Boldmere are on the same points and travel to Shrewsbury Sports Village to play Haughmond.
Bewdley Town and Wolverhampton Casuals are two teams looking for their first wins of the season, with Town at home to Stone Od Alleynians and Casuals to Worcester City. Worcester signed Demetri Brown on dual registration forms from Bromsgrove Sporting yesterday.
In the first division, Darlaston Town 1874 took over at the top of the table in the week with a 1-0 win at Wednesfield in front of 219 and will be hoping for a big crowd themselves when they entertain Nuneaton Griff at the Paycare Ground.
Rivals Atherstone Town are also at home, to third from bottom Shawbury.
Full Midland League Fixtures for Saturday August 28.
Bewdley Town v Stone Old Alleynians
Hanley Town v AFC Wulfrunians
Haughmond v Boldmere St Michaels
Highgate United v Tividale
Lichfield City v Lye Town
Racing Club Warwick v Whitchurch Alport
Romulus v Uttoxeter Town
Stourport Swifts v Shifnal Town
Wolverhampton Casuals v Worcester City.
AFC Bridgnorth v Ashby Ivanhoe
Atherstone Town v Shawbury United
Darlaston Town 1874 v Nuneaton Griff
Dudley Town v Coventry Copsewood
Heath Hayes v Chelmsley Town
Khalsa Football Federation v Dudley Sports
Paget Rangers v OJM Black Country
Wednesfield v Bilston Town Community
Wolverhampton Sporting Community v Cradley Town
Alcester Town v Bolehall Swifts
Boldmere Sports Falcons v Barnt Green Spartak
Coton Green v Coventry Alvis
Earlswood Town v Cadbury Athletic
Fairfield Villa v Inkberrow
Hampton v Redditch Borough
Lane Head v Kenilworth Sporting
Castle Vale Town v DSC United
Birmingham Tigers v Coventrians
AFC Birmingham v Leamington Hibernian
Central Ajax v Continental Star
Sutton United v Bartley Reds
Upton Town v Balsall and Berkswell
WLV Sport v AFC Solihull
Gornal Colts Reserves v Boldmere St Michaels Reserves
Gresley Rovers Reserves v Bewdley Town Reserves
Redditch Borough Reserves v Kidderminster Harriers Reserves
Solihull Sporting v Leamington Reserves
Stratford Town Reserves v Racing Club Warwick U23
Sutton Rangers v Redditch United Reserves
Worcester City Reserves v Walsall Wood Reserves
THE draw has been made for the first round of the Birmingham Senior Cup, with a number of Midland Football League sides facing league opposition.
Romulus are at home to Walsall, Highgate to West Bromwich Albion and AFC Wulfrunians to Coventry City.
Meanwhile Lye will play Solihull at home, Boldmere will play Redditch and Tividale face Stourbridge.
Racing Club Warwick face a local derby at home to Nuneaton Borough.
WORCESTER City have re-signed Demetri Brown on dual registration forms from Bromsgrove Sporting.
Brown had a previous spell with City and has also turned out for Tividale and Hereford - he will be available for a short term period to cover forward Dan Westwood's groin injury. Meanwhile Josh Willis has left the club.
STOURPORT Swifts have re-signed Bailey Fuller.
Attacking midfielder Fuller - who came through the Kidderminster Harriers' academy - has previously turned out for Swifts and Alvechurch,
HANLEY Town have signed former Stoke City and Middlesbrough defender Ryan Shotton.
Shotton (pictured), 32, who was born in Fenton, played over 50 times for Stoke and over 300 times in a professional career that also included spells at Birmingham City and Derby County.
He was released by Melbourne Victory, of Australia's A League in May and is likely to be available for Hanley's home game with AFC Wulfrunians on Saturday,
IN last night's action Nuneaton Griff and Heath Hayes shared a goal and a point each in a 1-1 draw.
Matty Hardiman gave the visitors the lead, Ross Proudlock equalising for Griff.
The game between Bilston Town Community and Chelmsley Town ended goalless.
NUNEATON GRIFF take on Heath Hayes at The Pingle Stadium tonight, one of two games in the Midland Football League Division One.
Griff go into the game on the back of 4-0 win at Cradley Town, whilst the visitors lost at home 1-0 to Dudley Town in their latest game.
Please note the kick off in this game is 7.30pm
Meanwhile Bilston Town Community take on Chelmsley Town at home.
Community will be attempting to move into the top six with a victory, Chelmsley into the top ten.
Kick off at Queen Street is 7.45pm.
STAPENHILL stopped Atherstone's early season march with a 3-0 home win in first division action tonight (Tuesday)
In front of 223 spectators at Edge Hill, two goals from George Teeney on 15 and 85 and Connor Richins in the last minute gave the Swans the win.Until tonight, Atherstone had a 100-per-cent-record.
Wolverhampton Sporting Community scored two goals in each half to overcome Dudley Sports at Hillcrest Avenue and Shawbury United drew 2-2 with OJM Black Country.
Managerless Cradley Town upset the form book with a 2-0 home win over Dudley Town.
Full Tuesday results.
Stapenhill 3 Atherstone 0
Dudley Sports 0 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 4
Shawbury United 2 OJM Black Country 2
Cradley Town 2 Dudley Town 0
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Paget Rangers 2
Ashby Ivanhoe 2 Coventry Copsewood 1
Cradley Town have confirmed player-manager Sean Geddes has left the club ahead of this evening's first division league game with Dudley Town.
It is understood Geddes (pictured), and assistant Dean Whitehouse will take over at their former club OJM Black Country.
Cradley are currently without a point in three games so far this season.
Tuesday night fixtures (7.45pm ko)
Cradley Town v Dudley Town
Dudley Sports v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Khalsa Football Federation v Paget Rangers
Shawbury United v OJM Black Country
Stapenhill v Atherstone Town
Wednesfield v Darlaston Town
LICHFIELD City have landed a plum draw in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup, at home to Nuneaton Borough.
Tividale have also been drawn at home, to Spalding United whilst Hanley Town travel to Leicester Road and Sone old Alleynians to Anstey Nomads.
The ties, which will take place on Saturday September 4, will see the winners get £2,250 and the losers £750.
ANDY Nicol made history at The Paycare Stadium yesterday by breaking Darlaston Town's all time scoring record in a game, netting all the goals in a 7-0 drubbing of Khalsa Football Federation.
Ironically he broke the record previously held jointly held by Eddie Glover, who sadly passed away this week. Glover scored five in a West Midlands Regional League game at Lye in 1962 and Bill Chambers got his five in a Birmingham Combination fixture in 1932.
Nicol (pictured celebrating) accomplished the same feat of five goals in the same game in a 29 minute first half spell and added two more to his tally in the second half to break the club record which had stood for 89 years.
The former Worcester City marksman has already scored 13 goals in four games this season.
Darlaston chairman Neil Chambers said Eddie, who regularly visited and supported the club, would be missed and a minutes' silence will be held before the home game with Nuneaton Griff next Saturday.
Picture courtesy of Button Oak Photography.
THE draw for the 2021 JW Hunt Cup has been made.
The charity competition was established in 1926 to raise funds for the sole benefit of the blind in the area and has raised over £360,000
It was played continuously until the 2019/20 season when it was cancelled due to Covid so two seasons have been missed.
First round ties involving Midland Football League clubs
W'ton Sporting Community v Brocton
Shifnal Town v Willenhall
Bewdley Town v AFC Bentley
Dudley Town v Hawkins Sports
Wellington Amateurs vHeath Hayes
Old Wulfs v Lane Head
Bilbrook Santos v Bilston Town
Paget Rangers v Wrens Nest U
Boldmere St Michaels v Continental Star
Bustleholme v Wolverhampton Casuals
AFC Bridgnorth vLichfield City
Dudley Sports vBlack Country Rangers
Tividale vWarstones Wanderers
Lye Town v Wednesfield
Darlaston Town v AFC Wulfrunians
LICHFIELD CITY, Hanley Town, Stone Old Alleynians and Tividale are through to Monday's FA Cup draw after winning their preliminary round ties.
City maybe take pride of place, beating step four side Evesham away 4-2 with goals from Regan Smith, Jack Edwards, Luke Childs and an own goal.
Tividale won one of the battles of the all Midland Football League sides, beating AFC Wulfs at home and Hanley Town destroyed Haughmond 5-0.
Meanwhile Atherstone march on at the top of the first division after beating AFC Bridgnorth 3-0 whilst Dudley Town won their third game in a row, 1-0 at Heath Hayes.
Full Saturday results
FA Cup Preliminary round
Chasetown 7 Uttoxeter Town 0
Evesham United 2 Lichfield City 4
Belper Town 3 Whitchurch Alport 1
Haughmond 0 Hanley Town 5
Highgate United 1 Coleshill Town 4
Stone Old Alleynians 4 Rugby Town 2
Tividale 2 AFC Wulfrunians 1 (Aaron Bishop 38)
Atherstone Town 3 AFC Bridgnorth 0
Bilston Town Community 4 Coventry Copeswood 3
Cradley Town 0 Nuneaton Griff 4
Darlaston Town 1874 7 Khalsa Football Federation 0
Heath Hayes 0 Dudley Town 1
Paget Rangers 0 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1
Stapenhill P-P Shawbury United
Chelmsley Town 1 Dudley Sports 1
Alcester Town 1 Cadbury Athletic 1
Barnt Green Spartak 0 Coventry Alvis 2
Boldmere Sports and Social Flcons 4 Earlswood Town 0
Bolehall Swifts 1 Fairfield Villa 3
Coton Green 3 Inkberrow 2
Kenilworth Sporting 2 Hampton
Redditch Borough 1 Knowle
AFC Birmingham 2 Balsall and Berkswell 0
AFC Coventry Rangers 10 Bartley Reds 0
Coventrians 5 Upton Town 2
Birmingham Tigers 6 Continental Star 2
Castle Vale Town 1 Enville Athletic 2
Central Ajax P-P PWLV Sports
Leamington Hibernians 0 Sutton United 4
Bewdley Town Reserves 1 Gornal Colts 2
Boldmere St Michaels Reserves 1 Stratford Town Reserves 4
Kidderminster Harriers Reserves 0 Leamington 5
Racing Club Warwick U23 8 Gresley Rovers Reserves 1
Redditch United Reserves 2 Walsall Wood Reserves 4
Sutton Rangers 0 Redditch Borough Reserves 0
Worcester City Reserves 2 Solihull Sporting 0
SATURDAY sees FA Cup action. with nine of our teams involved in preliminary round action, four of them against each other.
Haughmond and Hanley Town meet at Shrewsbury Sports Village, having already played each other in the league this week. Tividale entertain AFC Wulfrunians at The Beeches, having seen off Shifnal at home in the previous round.
Uttoxeter Town and Lichfield City face tough trips to Chasetown and Evesham United respectively.
Highgate United will also face a testing game - albeit at home - against Coleshil Town.
First division action sees Atherstone at home to Bridgnorth and Cradley Town will be looking for their first win of the season when they take on Nuneaton Griff.
Full Saturday fixture list
FA Cup preliminary round:
Chasetown v Uttoxeter Town
Evesham United v Lichfield City
Belper Town v Whitchurch Alport
Haughmond v Hanley Town
Highgate United v Coleshill Town
Stone Old Alleynians v Rugby Town
Tividale v AFC Wulfrunians
Atherstone Town v AFC Bridgnorth
Bilston Town Community v Coventry Copeswood
Cradley Town v Nuneaton Griff
Darlaston Town 1874 v Khalsa Football Federation
Heath Hayes v Dudley Town
Paget Rangers v Wolverhampton Sporting Community
Stapenhill v Shawbury United
Alcester Town v Cadburynt Athletic
BarnFat Green Spartak v Coventry Alvis
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons v Earlswood Town
Bolehall Swifts v Fairfield Villa
Coton Green v Inkberrow
Kenilworth Sporting v Hampton
Redditch Borough v Knowle
Birmingham Tigers v Continental Star
AFC Birmingham v Balsall and Berkswell
AFC COventry Rangers v Bartley Reds
AFC Solihull v DSC United
Castle Vale Town v Enville Athletic
Coventrians v Upton Town
Leamington Hibernian v Sutton United
WHITCHURCH Alport boss Luke Goddard will take to the airwaves tomorrow morning to talk about his team's impending FA Cup tie.
Goddrd (below) will speak to BBC Radio Shropshire breakfast host Adam Green at round 7.50am.
His team face a tough trip in the preliminary round to step four side Belper Town, who have won one and lost one in the NPL Midlands so far this season but are yet to play in the FA Cup.
Whitchurch overcame Wolverhampton Casuals 2-1 in the extr--preliminary round.
Listen to the interview in the Shropshire area on 96 FM, DAB or go to https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_shropshire
In Wednesday's games, premier division action saw Worcester City denied a win gainst Highgate
by a last gasp equaliser from Highgate’s Aaron Brown.
Archie Muirhead had given Worcester the lead.
The 1-1 draw sees Worcester in joint eleventh and Highgate move up to seventh after two games played
DarlastonTown 1874 moved to within two points of Atherstone in division one after a 3-1 win at the Paycare Stadium.
Full midweek results.
Romulus 1-0 Tividale 0
Whitchurch Alport 3 Stone Old Alleynians 3
Hanley Town 4 Haughmond 2
Shifnal Town 6 Wolverhampton Casuals 1
Bewdley Town 0 Lye Town 2
Boldmere 2 Stourport Swifts 1
AFC Wulfrunians 1 Walsall Wood 2
Uttoxeter Town 1 Lichfield City 1
Atherstone 4 Chelmsley Town 1
Ashby Ivanhoe 7 Nuneaton Griff 0
AFC Bridgnorth 0 OJM Black Country 5
Dudley Town 2 Wednesfield 1
Dudley Sports 0 Heath Hayes 2
Khalsa Football Federation 0 Bilston Town Community 4
Woverhampton Sporting Community 1 Stapenhill 4
Shawbury P-P Cradley Town
Worcester City 1 Highgate United 1
Darlaston Town 1874 3 Coventry Copsewood 1
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