ATHERSTONE Town were promoted to the premier division on Saturday when winning 3-2 at OJM Black Country.
They clinched the first division title in dramatic fashion as well, coming from two goals down to win with goals from Joe Obi, Ryan Quinn and Jamie Hood.
Congratulations also must go to Cadbury Athletic who are champions in division two and AFC Coventry Rangers in division three - both titles were confirmed on Saturday.Cadbury confirmed the title in style with a 7-1 win over Lane Head.
In the premier, bottom side Bewdley Town shocked Hanley Town by winning 2-1 at Ribbesford Meadows. Dylan Hart got two goals, including the winner with a penalty, Kyle Stubbs replying for Hanley who are now only six points ahead of second placed Boldmere St Michaels.
Racing Club Warwick dented AFC Wulfrunian's hopes of finishing runners up with a 4-0 win and the Worcestershire derby saw Stourport and Worcester share two goals. George Baker opened the scoring for Worcester but Ethan Hanson equalised on 54 minutes in front of 339 spectators.
Bewdley Town 2 Hanley Town 1
RC Warwick 4 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Shifnal Town 3 Whitchurch Alport 1
Stone Old Alleynians 1 Highgate United 0
Stourport Swifts 1 Worcester City 1
Wolverhampton Casuals 2 Walsall Wood 1
Uttoxeter Town 1 Romulus 2.
AFC Bridgnorth 0 Dudley Town 3
Chelmsley Town 1 Heath Hayes 1
Coventry Copsewood 2 Paget Rangers 1
Dudley Sports 1 Bilston Town Community 4
Khalsa Football Federation 1 Cradley Town 0
Nuneaton Griff 2 Shawbury United 1
OJM Black Country 2 Atherstone Town 3
Wednesfield 0 Stapenhill 2
Ashby Ivanhoe 3 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 1
Alcester Town 2 Inkberrow 2
Boldmere Sports and Social Falcons 0 Knowle 0
Cadbury Athletic 7 Lane Head 1
Coventry Alvis 2 Bolehall Swifts 2
Earlswood Town 2 Hampton 1
Redditch Borough 0 Fairfield Villa 1
AFC Solihull 0 Continetal Star 3
Birmingham Tigers 1 Enville Athletic 0
Central Ajax Upton Town 1
DSC United 3 AFC Birmingham 1
Leamington Hibernian 5 Bartley Reds 0
Sutton United 2 Coventrians 3
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