WEEKEND PICTURE FEATURE
Whitchurch Alport 2 AFC Wulfunians 0
Words: Martin Wild Pictures: Joe Sheridan
A goal in each half was enough to give Alport all three points in a game they dominated from start to finish.
Captain Sean Griffiths doubled his tally for the season with a fine opening goal and Ivan Urvantev made it two with a goal of the season contender after the interval.
Alport started on the front foot and it came as no surprise when Griffiths got on the end of a superb cross from namesake Jack to volley home on 11 minutes. A second goal almost arrived when Jack Berman sent in a great ball for top scorer Alex Hughes to meet but goalkeeper Tom Hayward saved.
The Wulfrunians stopper though was helpless to stop Alport from increasing their lead when Urvantev let fly from 30 yards and the shot dipped into the far corner.
It was almost three in added on time but Jud Ellis' shot from wide on the left cannoned back off an upright
Pictures: (Top to Bottom): Jacob Fairleigh, Ivan Urvantev and Jack Bernam all on the attack..
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WEEKEND ROUND UP
HANLEY Town stay top of the league after their win on Friday but it was a goal crazy weekend.
Lichfield City drew 1-1 at Shifnal but could have gone top had they won. Connor Hughes got Shifnal's goal and Luke Childs Lichfield's.
Ben Billingham hit a hat-trick as Lye went goal mad in a 7-1 win at Wolverhampton Casuals keeping them third and Worcester won 2-0 at Romulus with goals from Bill Shaw and Bailey Fuller.
Two goals from Eshan Greer helped Tividale to a 2-1 victory over title rivals Boldmere St Micahels, Robby Thompson-Brown getting the Mikes' consolation.
It was a goal fest also at Ribbesford Meadow where Bewdley Town drew 5-5 with Haughmond. Dylan Hart got two for Bewdley and Kyle Belmont, Josh Carpenter and Sam Lester also chipped in. For Haughmond, Louis Irvine got two and Scott Ryan, Sam Yeardsley and Tom Hughes the others.
Highgate United drew 1-1 with Walsall Wood, Aaron Brown on target for United and Mitchell Tolley for Wood
Six goals were shared between Stone Old Alleynians and Stourport Swifts. Jack Bowater got two for Stone and Sam Wilson one, with Mason Birch , Matty Garder and Edilson Antonio on target for Swifts
Stapenhill went top of division one in the week and stay there for the weekend after a 4-2 win at Heath Hayes.
Bewdley Town 5 Haughmond 5
Highgate United 1 Walsall Wood 1
Romulus 0 Worcester City 2
Shifnal Town 1 Lichfield City 1
Stone Old Alleynians 3 Stourport Swifts 3
Tividale 2 Boldmere St Michaels 1
Whitchurch Alport 2 AFC Wulfrunians 0
Wolverhampton Casuals 1 Lye Town 7
Bilston Town Community 1 Wednesfield 4
Chelmsley Town 5 Coventry Copsewood 2
Cradley Town 1 Khalsa Football Federation 3
Darlaston Town 1874 0 Atherstone Town 2
Heath Hayes 2 Stapenhill 4
OJM Black Country 4 AFC Bridgnorth 1
Shawbury United 1 Paget Rangers 3
Wolverhampton Sporting Community 3 Dudley Sports 1
Alcester Town 3 Lane Head 3
Barnt Green Spartak 0 Coton Green 3
Bolehall Swifts 0 Hampton 3
Cadbury Athletic 2 Earlswood Town 1
Knowle 1 Kenilworth Sporting 1
AFC Solihull 3 AFC Birmingham 2
Birmingham Tigers P-P Central Ajax
Continental Star 2 WLV Sport 2
Coventrians 2 Castle Vale Town 1
Enville Athletic P-P Bartley Reds
Leamington Hibernian P-P DSC United
Sutton United 2 Balsall and Berkswell 2
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