Tomorrow’s Coventry Alliance League Fixtures

Alliance 1

Home Score Away
AEI Rugby Reserves AFCWoods United 14:15 Rugby Town Junior F.C.
Christ The King Res Fillongley 14:15 Bablake Playing Fields pitch1

Alliance 2

Home Score Away
Coundon Court Old Boys Ambleside Sports Reserves 14:15 Jaguar Cars
Jet Blades Reserves Jaguar/Daimler 14:15 Camp Farm
Westwood Heath Woodlands WMC Reserves 14:15 Wolston Leisure Centre

Alliance 3

Home Score Away
Bulkington S S Res Athletic Sparta 14:15 Bedworth Road No2
Coventry Plumbing Triumph Athletic Reserves 14:15 Coventry Sporting Ground
FC Polonia Cov Coventry Sky Blues 14:15 Heckley Field

Alliance 4

Home Score Away
KD Sporting FC Rugby Reserves 14:15 Massey Ferguson

Benevolent Cup Round 1

Home Score Away
Referee Venue
Bourton & Frankton Crick Athletic Res 14:15 Harry Readman Main Street
Stockton AFC Binley Reserves 14:15 Ryan Jennings Napton Road
Christ The King FC Thirds Dunlop Reserves 14:15 Luke Murphy Bablake Playing Fields pitch2
Balsall & Berkswell Coventry Colliery Reserves 14:15 Josh Boyd Lavedar Hall Lane
Eurocrate Copeswood(Coventry) Reserves 14:15 Nawfal Hassan Coventrians Rugby Club
Prince of Wales Shilton Reserves 14:15 John Griffiths Rugby Town JUnior Pitch Two
Fillongley Res R.S.Sports Reserves 14:15 Matthew Burdett Church Lane

Foleshill Charity Cup Round 2

Home Score Away
Bourton & Frankton P – P Jaguar/Daimler Main Street
Gurdwara GNP Folly Lane Reserves Highway Club
Bedworth Rangers Bulkington SS Keresley Rugby Club
Stockingford AA Pavilion Brinklow  The Pavilion
AFC Binley Rugby FC John White Community Centre
Shilton Canley Sports & Social Shilton Playing Fields
Hawkesmill Sports Reserves Crick Athletic Hawkesmill Social Club

Foleshill Charity Cup Round 1

Home Score Away
Potters Green FC R.S.Sports 14:15 Grace Academy School

BCFA Saturday Vase Round 2

Home Score Away
AFC Somers Coventry Colliery
Darleston Town(1874)C.I.C. Christ The King FC
Shipton Excelsior Copeswood(Coventry)FC
Whitnash Town Dunlop
Hawkesmill Sports Triumph Athletic

Coventry Sphinx Travel To AFC Wulfrunians

This Midland Football League Premier Division fixture kicks off at 3pm
M6 to junction 10. Then take the A454 exit to Walsall/W’hampton (Central&East).Follow the A454 Black Country route for 3 miles and after the fourth roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Coseley Rd/A4039. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Millfields Rd/A4039 and continue to follow the A4039. Continue onto Coalway Rd. Go through 3 roundabouts and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Langley Rd. Turn right onto Bhylls Lane and then left onto Castlecroft Rd. The ground is about half a mile up on the left.


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Saturday’s Local Non-League Fixtures

National League North – Leamington V Spennymoor, Nuneaton Town V Curzon Ashton.

SPL Premier – Tiverton Town V Stratford Town

NPL Div One South – Bedworth United V Lincoln United

MFL Prem – AFC Wulfrunians V Coventry Sphinx, Coventry United V Long Eaton, Haughmond V Rugby Town.

MFL 1 – Cadbury V Atherstone (1.30pm), Coventry Copsewood V Uttoxeter, Leicester Road V Coventry Alvis, Paget Rangers V Nuneaton Griff, Racing Club Warwick V Bolehall Swifts.

MFL 3 – Castle Vale V GNP Sports, Enville Athletic V Leamington Hibernian.

National League North – Leamington V Spennymoor, Nuneaton Town V Curzon Ashton.

SPL Premier – Tiverton Town V Stratford Town

NPL Div One South – Bedworth United V Lincoln United

MFL Prem – AFC Wulfrunians V Coventry Sphinx, Coventry United V Long Eaton, Haughmond V Rugby Town.

MFL 1 – Cadbury V Atherstone (1.30pm), Coventry Copsewood V Uttoxeter, Leicester Road V Coventry Alvis, Paget Rangers V Nuneaton Griff, Racing Club Warwick V Bolehall Swifts.

MFL 3 – Castle Vale V GNP Sports, Enville Athletic V Leamington Hibernian.

This Week’s Total Motion Midland Football League Newsletter

Total Motion

Midland Football League


15th November 2017

League News

The October Team of the Month awards are:

Overall – Sporting Khalsa

Division One – Studley

Division Two – NKF Burbage

Division Three – Alcester Town

Reserve Division – Cadbury Athletic

Under 21s – Tamworth


The draw for the 3rd round of the Buildbase FA Vase has been made. Games will take place on the weekend of December 2nd

Stourport Swifts vs Walsall Wood

Bromsgrove Sporting vs Coventry United

Wolverhampton SC vs Shepshed Dynamo

Highgate United vs Coleshill Town

Hinckley AFC vs Deeping Rangers

Racing Club Warwick vs Wisbech Town

Plymouth Parkway vs Westfields


Long Eaton United are looking to recruit a new men’s first team manager with immediate effect.

Candidates should have the experience of managing in the MFL or an equivalent Step 5 league or higher

Willingness to work with Academy and Development Management essential

Applications should include a CV and be addressed in the first instance to Paul Holland, Head of Football Development at

Travels of the Press Officer

Saturday 11th November

Buildbase FA Vase Round 2

Sporting Khalsa 0 Bromsgrove Sporting 1

Not only is this a tie between the sides in 2nd and 3rd place in the Premier Division but it also pitches last season losing quarter finalists with last season’s losing semi-finalists. With Khalsa inbeaten in 15 games, they probably started the game as narrow favourites particularly as Bromsgrove’s recent away form was patchy. With a big crowd in to witness the final game at The Aspray Arena for some time as work commences on laying a new 3G pitch, most people were predicting a tight affair. Khalsa had the first opportunity of the afternoon, David Meese heading wide from a Carlo Franco cross. In the 6th minute, Liam Holt could have done better, heading a cross over the bar. Khalsa were finding space down the right with full-back Franco a constant threat. In the 13th minute, Franco created space and crossed but no Khalsa forward anticipated the delivery and the ball was cleared. A free-kick from Holt was well delivered into the area and the ball was almost perfect for Tesfa Robinson. Good work from Mykel Beckley teed up Craig Bannister but his shot was into the sidenetting. Bannister then laid the ball off to Meese, but his shot was over the bar. After 25 minutes, Bromsgrove finally began to gain a foothold and start pushing Khalsa back. There were claims for a penalty from Bromsgrove as a shot was blocked by Holt who threw his body in the way with the visitors convinced he had used his hands. On the stroke of half-time, Beckley wriggled free and his shot flew across the face and skimmed the far post.

The talk at half-time was that a piece of brilliance or a mistake was likely to settle this game. In the 47th minute, we were close to the former when Holt hit a speculative volley from 35 yards which was saved by the backpedalling Reece Francis. Five minutes later, Bannister took a free-kick short to Holt, whose low drive was gathered by Francis. Both sides were working exceptionally hard, but chances were at a premium. Khalsa through they had broken the deadlock on the hour mark. They were awarded a free-kick outside the area and Bannister’s effort curled over the wall and off the crossbar. It was the visitors who opened the scoring in the 70th minute. A wonderful Crossfield ball from Jack Wilson beat Luke Adams and picked out John Pykett. Pykett had time to centre the ball and the ever-reliable Jason Cowley was on hand to power home a header. Within a minute, Khalsa had a great chance to level. A cross from the left-hand side picked out Marvin Nisbett in front of goal but his header was misdirected, and it went out for a throw in! Khalsa were given a lifeline in the 80th minute when Nisbett was tripped in the area, the referee having no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Up stepped David Meese but his penalty was brilliantly saved by Francis. Nisbett wasted another chance in the 83rd minute, delaying his shot which allowed the Bromsgrove defence to block. Within a minute, the visitors could have sealed the win when Pykett raced through, but Sam Arnold made a fine save with his legs. The home side through everything at Bromsgrove but they held firm to take their place in Round 3.

A tight game between two well-matched sides which looked like a draw from very early on. The goal from Cowley was a piece of real quality which ultimately settled things.


FA Vase

Last season’s two beaten semi-finalists made it through to round 3 in dramatic fashion. Bromsgrove Sporting travelled to league rivals Sporting Khalsa and progressed thanks to a solitary Jason Cowley goal in the 70th minute. Reece Francis saved a penalty with 9 minutes to go to preserve the Rouslers lead. Coleshill Town were reduced to 10 men when Luke Edwards was sent off with the score at 1-1 at home to Blaby & Whetstone Athletic. That didn’t impact Coleshill as they ran riot winning 8-1 with Jordan Nadat scoring a double hat-trick. Two goals from Luke Richards sent Hinckley AFC through to Round 3 for the second season in succession as they beat Step 5 AFC Mansfield 2-0 at St John’s Park. Walsall Wood also put paid to higher ranked opposition, Tony Clarke and Paul Sullivan scoring twice in a 5-0 win over Holbeach United. Racing Club Warwick made it a trio of Division 1 sides through to the next round following a 2-1 win over Alsager Town at Townsend Meadow. Coventry United raced out of the blocks at Quorn taking a 3-0 lead inside 13 minutes. They continued to dominate and went through 6-0 with Lewis Rankin scoring twice. There was a thrilling game at Silkmore Lane as Shepshed Dynamo beat Brocton 5-3. Paul McMahon scored twice for the Badgers with Shay Brennan bagging a double for Dynamo. Two first half goals were enough for Stourport Swifts at Kimberley Miners Welfare, 2-0 the final score. Westfields travelled down to Devon and returned with a 2-1 victory over Willand Rovers, Richard Greaves and Craig Jones with the goals as they overturned a half-time deficit. Highgate United beat league rivals Worcester City 2-1 at The Victoria Ground, leading scorer Marco Adaggio on the scoresheet. Rugby Town and Wolverhampton Sporting Community couldn’t be separated after 120 minutes with a replay required at Butlin Road. The game was goalless until the 73rd minute but two goals apiece in 15 minutes sent the game into extra-time. In the replay at Butlin Road, firs half goals from Angelo Franco and Dmitri Dunkley have the West Midlands Regional League side a 2-0 victory

Premier Division

Boldmere St Michaels are out of the bottom three, Curvin Ellis scoring an injury-time winner in a 3-2 victory over Heanor Town. Coventry Sphinx are up to 5th, Ryan Harkin scoring twice in a 3-2 win at South Normanton Athletic. Rocester and Loughborough University shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Hillsfield. Lye Town climb to 13th following a 2-0 win at Stourbridge Road over Haughmond.

Coventry United move up to 6th place following a 2-0 win at Heanor Town. Lewis Rankin and Jak Jeys on the mark for United early in the 2nd half. Shepshed Dynamo took a 10 minute lead at AFC Wulfrunians but the home side bounced back to win 2-1, Callum Parker with the winner 20 minutes from time.

Division 1

League leaders Studley were beaten for the 2nd time this season, going down to a Luke Kingsley-Smith goal for Leicester Road. This means that The Road have now beaten the top two. Heath Hayes made it 47 goals for in 16 league games with a 6-0 win at Nuneaton Griff, Regan Smith scoring twice. The game between the bottom two went the way of Coventry Alvis, 2-1 at Pershore Town. Cadbury Athletic climbed to 17th following a 3-1 win over Paget Rangers at The TSA. Uttoxeter Town got back to winning ways, beating Stafford Town 2-1 at Oldfields. A Sam Sadler goal was the difference as Chelmsley Town beat Bolehall Swifts 1-0 at Rene Road. The game between Coventry Copsewood and Littleton was abandoned due to a serious injury to Littleton keeper Jack Hartopp with the scoreline at 2-2.

Chelmsley Town recovered from 2-0 down at home to Uttoxeter Town to gain a point in a 2-2 draw thanks to a stoppage time equaliser.

Walsall Wood to within two points of leaders Studley with an emphatic 6-0 win at Brocton. It was goalless at half-time but a quickfire hat-trick from Paul Sullivan sent The Wood on their way. Greg Downes scored twice for Leicester Road as they moved up to 4th with a 5-1 win over Lichfield City. Just behind them are Hinckley AFC, as Luke Richards scored twice in their 4-1 win at Heath Hayes. Heather St Johns were another side to score 4, Simeon Cobourne on target again in their 4-0 victory over bottom club Coventry Alvis. Paget Rangers twice came from behind to seal a point at home to Pershore Town, 2-2 the final score.

Division 2

The game between two of the top three at The Beehive was won by the league leaders NKF Burbage who beat Montpellier 2-0 to open up a 4 point gap. Smithswood Firs close the gap on the top three winning a 7-goal thriller at Walshes Meadow 4-3 over Droitwich Spa. Martin Crawford scored twice for Firs who are 4 points behind Montpellier with 3 games in hand. Pelsall Villa continued their improvement with a 2-2 draw at Coton Green. Steve Nurse scored twice as Earlswood Town beat Redditch Borough 3-1. The game between Moors Academy and Northfield Town was abandoned at half-time due to a serious injury to Ryan Andrews of Moors Academy. Moors were 3-1 ahead at the time.

Division 3

League leaders GNP Sports maintained their perfect start with a 14-0 win over Leamington Hibernian. Josh Holford, Tom Rawlings and Charlie Cook all scored hat-tricks with Leigh Phillips and Nathan Stoute scoring twice. Alcester Town are up to 2nd following a 3-0 win at Inkberrow. Bartestree slip to 4th, Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons returning from Herefordshire with a 2-1 victory. Continental Star climb 3 places in the table with a 4-1 win at bottom club Castle Vale Town. Central Ajax are still unbeaten following a 1-1 draw at Ajax Park with Coventrians. Shipston Excelsior and Enville Athletic draw 2-2, a result which leaves Shipston 5th and Enville 14th.

Les James Challenge Cup

Knowle and Fairfield Villa will meet in the quarter final of the Les James Challenge Cup after both won 2nd round ties. Knowle travelled to the Coppice and beat hosts Barnt Green Spartak 4-2, George Seeley scoring twice. Fairfield Villa rattled in the goals at home to Birmingham Tigers. Connor Collins scored twice and Daniel Pitt three as Fairfield beat Birmingham Tigers 7-2, Younes Touaiti scoring twice forTigers.

President’s Cup

Two goals from Daniel Murphy set up a home semi-final for Feckenham who beat Bloxwich Town 2-0. The Millers will now face Hampton in the semi

Challenge Vase

AFC Solihull continued their recent fine form with a 2-1 win at CT Shush setting up an away quarter final with Alcester Town

Other Cups

FC Stratford bowed out of the Coventry Charity Cup losing 3-2 at home to Copsewood Coventry.

Rocester are through to the second round of the Staffordshire Senior Cup, Callum Riddell getting a hat-trick in a 5-2 win over Wolverhampton Casuals.

Atherstone Town made serene progress in the JW Hunt Cup beating Darlaston Town 6-1 with Alex Naughton scoring twice.

In the Smedley Crooke Memorial Charity Cup, Coton Green bowed out losing 5-1 at New Mill Lane to Bewdley Town.

Leading scorers

Premier Division

Marco Adaggio Highgate United 18

Kyle Brady AFC Wulfrunians, Sporting Khalsa 15

Lei Brown Highgate United 15

Aaron Lloyd Stourport Swifts 15

Jordan Nadat Coleshill Town 15

Shay Brennan Shepshed Dynamo 14

Dave Reynolds Worcester City 14

David Meese Sporting Khalsa 14

Ryan Nesbitt Boldmere St Michaels 14

Elliott Reeves Heanor Town 14

Ryan Harkin Coventry Sphinx 13

Steve Hole Haughmond 13

Joe Boachie Loughborough University 11

Martin Smyth Rocester 11

Jack Till Lye Town 11

Reuben Wiggins-Thomas Rugby Town 11

Robbie Bunn Bromsgrove Sporting 10

Luke Crosby South Normanton Athletic 10

Matt Gardner Coleshill Town 10

Liam Hurst Shepshed Dynamo 10

Mitch Piggon Coventry United 10

Nick Turton AFC Wulfrunians 10

Craig Bannister (Sporting Khalsa), Jake Betts (Shepshed Dynamo), Jason Cowley (Bromsgrove Sporting), Mark Danks (Worcester City), Kevin Hemagou (South Normanton Athletic), Lewis Rankin (Coventry United), Alex Read (Loughborough University), Craig Reid (Coventry United) and Alex Troke (Shepshed Dynamo) all on 9 goals

Division 1

Simeon Cobourne Heather St Johns 24

Paul Sullivan Walsall Wood 21

Regan Smith Heath Hayes 20

Alex Naughton Atherstone Town 19

Daniel Carter Littleton 18

Steve Hart Hinckley AFC 16

George Bowerman Hinckley AFC 14

Odane Barnes Cadbury Athletic 12

Daniel Carter Paget Rangers 12

Tony Clarke Walsall Wood 12

Greg Downes Leicester Road 12

Andy Nicol Studley 12

Kyle Esplin Uttoxeter Town 11

Joe Hartshorne Brocton 11

Alex Marshall Ilkeston Town 11

Joey Butlin Walsall Wood 10

Nuno Gomes Leicester Road 10

Paul McMahon Brocton 10

Dan Griffiths Lichfield City 9

Ryan Pace Coventry Alvis/Stafford Town 9

Michael Wright Pershore Town / Littleton 9

Shane Benjamin Heather St Johns 8

Luke Church Racing Club Warwick 8

Jamie Clarke Pershore Town 8

Montel Gibson Ilkeston Town 8

Stuart Butcher (Cadbury Athletic), Jordan Evans (Lichfield City), Sean Kavanagh, Adam Knight (Racing Club Warwick), Mitch Thompson (Atherstone Town), Josh Westwood (Studley) and Dave Yonwin (Heather St Johns) all on 7 goals

Division 2

Stuart Hendrie Montpellier 18

Jess Adcock NKF Burbage 14

Trea Bertie Smithswood Firs 14

Martin Crawford Smithswood Firs 14

Tom Smith NKF Burbage 14

Steve Ruck Knowle 12

Ryan Walker Hampton 10

Callum Coyle Moors Academy 9

Dominic Strevens Barnt Green Spartak 9

Adam Garmson Northfield Town 8

Adam Goodby Coton Green 8

Chris Lloyd Smithswood Firs 8

Daniel Murphy Feckenham 8

Daniel Pitt Fairfield Villa 8

Ryan Andrews Moors Academy 7

Alex Coultas NKF Burbage 7

Umit Eminoglu Feckenham 7

James Lemon Droitwich Spa 7

Andrew Millan Coton Green 7

Cameron Moriarty Bloxwich Town 7

Ashanti Price Moors Academy 7

Ainsley Seivwright Hampton 7

Nathan Astill NKF Burbage 6

Sam Melia Bloxwich Town 6

Kelsn Shepard Montpellier 6

Ellis Blakemore, Connor Collins (Fairfield Villa0, Jake Garner (NKF Burbage), Steve Nurse (Earlswood Town) and Reuel Prescod (Barnt Green Spartak) all on 5 goals.

Division 3

James Gifford FC Stratford 17

Jimmy Ward Alcester Town 13

Reece Gibson Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons 12

Dylan Parker FC Stratford 12

Nathan Davies Inkberrow 11

James Drinkwater Shipston Excelsior 11

Louis Mann Bartestree 10

Ellis Kalach Alcester Town 8

Younes Touaiti Birmingham Tigers 8

Charlie Cook GNP Sports 7

Tom Rawlings GNP Sports 7

Marc Avery Bartestree 6

James Clarke Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons 6

Thomas Cuppleditch Coventrians 6

Tyler Haddow Coventrians 6

Jonathan Hamer AFC Solihull 6

Jake Harris Shipston Excelsior 6

Ben Hill FC Stratford 6

Matthew Lewis Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons 6

Andy Matthews AFC Solihull 6

Tom Parnaby FC Stratford 6

Leigh Phillips GNP Sports 6

Daniel Stokes FC Stratford 6

Ashley Wilkes FC Stratford 6

William Beach Alcester Town 5

Kyle Hudlin Castle Vale Town 5

Abdullah Kenewa Birmingham Tigers 5

Josh O’Reilly CT Shush 5


Dean Fisher Alvechurch 11

Sam Hammerton Gresley 9

Kane Lee Gresley 8

Ethan Hanks Alvechurch 6

Chris Hughes-Tranter Cadbury Athletic 6

Jarrell Hylton Cadbury Athletic 6

Liam Arrowsmith Coton Green 5

Josh Dutton Gresley 5

Elliot Nash Alvechurch 5

Chad Barrett Cadbury Athletic 4

Lewis Brade Alvechurch 4

Zakim Evans Gresley 4

Daniel Lawrence Alvechurch 4

Harry Landsowne Gresley 4

Chanda Mulenga Nuneaton Griff 4

Kyle Crawford Bolehall Swifts 3

Charlie Griffths Knowle 3

Curtis Haynes Coton Green 3

Harry Hughes Gresley 3

Marc Johnston Nuneaton Griff 3

Jordon Lewis Lichfield City 3

Corey Virgo-Broom Alvechurch 3

Liam Wickett Bolehall Swifts 3

Under 21

Joel Steer Tamworth 18

Ewan Dunbar Evesham United 13

Liam Lockett Worcester City 13

Bailey Fuller H.O.W. Academy 10

Ryan Palmer Coventry United 10

Praise Anyanegbu Highgate United 9

Sam Jeeves Boldmere St Michaels 9

Alex Knight Tamworth 9

Samuel Major-Beddoes Evesham United 9

David King-Marstaller Milton Keynes College 7

Jordan McKenzie AFC Redditch 7

Jordan Thompson Continental Star 7

Ryan Brooks Boldmere St Michaels 6

Riley Keasey Worcester City 6

Jordan Lovell Continental Star 6

Declan McMahon Brocton 6

Sam McGonaghy Wychall Wanderers 6

Yasin Peart Boldmere St Michaels 6

Chandler Pegg Tamworth 6

Shay Beeby (Aylestone Park), Matthew Beedell (Brocton), Kyle Byrne (Boldmere St Michaels), Ben Douglas (Brocton), Sam Ford (Coleshill Town), Jack Fox (Wychall Wanderers), Keaton Francis-Balou (Coventry United), Leon Hewitt (Wychall Wanderers), Samuel Holden (Bedworth United), Brandon Jarrett (Quorn), Andre Lawrence (Sutton Coldfield Town), Lewis Ludford (Coventry United), Dean Master (Leicester Nirvana), Ryan Meredith (Coleshill Town), Aiden Moseley (Sutton Coldfield Town), Jack O’Donnell (Worcester City), Brandon Taverner (FCV Reds) and Kai Williams (Bedworth United) all on 5 goals


Premier Division

Leaders Coleshill Town travel to Loughborough University on the back of their remarkable 8-1 win in the FA Vase. The students have picked up thirteen points from their last 6 games so will prove a stern test for The Colemen. Sporting Khalsa will look to bounce back from their FA Vase defeat last weekend as they travel to mid-table Lye Town. 3rd placed Bromsgrove Sporting entertain 2nd bottom Quorn with the visitors smarting from a heavy defeat in the FA Vase. Highgate United welcome Worcester City to The Coppice, a week after knocking them out of the FA Vase at The Victoria Ground. In-form Coventry Sphinx travel to the CKW Stadium to face AFC Wulfrunians who picked up a good win in midweek. Coventry United have had a good week and they will want to maintain this when Long Eaton United visit the Butts Park Arena. Bottom side Shawbury United travel to Heanor Town with a gap beginning to open up at the foot of the table. South Normanton Athletic find themselves in the bottom three and they entertain Westfields who face the long journey from Hereford a week after their FA Vase success in Devon. Haughmond are one point outside the relegation zone and they welcome Rugby Town to the Sports Village. Boldmere St Michaels have lifted themselves off the foot of the table in recent weeks and they travel to The Dovecote to face mid-table Shepshed Dynamo. Four points from their last two games has lifted Rocester out of the bottom three but they have tough assignment away to Stourport Swifts.

Division 1

Leaders Studley has seen their lead whittled down to two points and they welcome struggling Brocton to The Beehive. Walsall Wood have scored 11 goals in the past week without conceding and they take this form to Heath Hayes who have seen 90 goals in their 17 league games. Ilkeston Town are in a superb run of form and they will hope to continue this when Lichfield City visit The New Manor Ground. Hinckley AFC had two massive wins this week and they welcome Stafford Town to St Johns Park. Leicester Road also picked up two wins in the week and they will expect to make it three on the trot when bottom club Coventry Alvis are the visitors. Atherstone Town have games in hand on sides around them and they travel to the TSA to face improving Cadbury Athletic. Racing Club Warwick had a great win in the FA Vase last week and they are back in league action when Bolehall Swifts visit Townsend Meadow. Nuneaton Griff can lift themselves out of the relegation zone if they can pick up all three points at Paget Rangers. Likewise, Pershore Town, they can move away from the drop zone should they win at Pack Meadow against Chelmsley Town. Coventry Copsewood can put pressure on the top 6 with a win at home to Uttoxeter Town. 10th meets 12th at 5Acres as Littleton host Heather St Johns.

Division 2

Leaders NKF Burbage welcome Droitwich Spa to Kirkby Road buoyant following last week’s big win at Montpellier. 2nd placed Hampton travel to 7th placed Feckenham following a 2-week break. Montpellier will look to bounce back from last weekend’s reversal when they travel to Bloxwich Town. Three successive draws have given Pelsall Villa some momentum and they welcome Fairfield Villa to the ML Safety Stadium. Redditch Borough are surprisingly in the lower reaches of the table and they welcome 5th place Knowle to The Meitis Sports & Social Club.

Division 3

Leaders GNP Sports travel to the Vale Stadium to face bottom of the table Castle Vale Town. In form AFC Solihull will aim to make it 5 league wins in succession when they welcome 4th placed Bartestree to Tudor Grange. 14th meets 15th at Hall Drive with Enville Athletic welcoming Leamington Hibernian. Another game near the foot of the table sees 13th placed Inkberrow entertaining 12th placed Continental Star.

Alcester Town v Silhill 2.00
Birmingham University Medics v Boldmere Sports & Social 2.00
Bustleholme v Coventrians 2.00
Earlswood Town v Coton Green 2.00
FC Stratford v Wolverhampton United 2.00
Folly Lane BCOB v Central Ajax 2.00
Moors Academy v Smithswood Firs 2.00
Oldbury United v Northfield Town 2.00
Old Wulfrunians v Birmingham Tigers 2.00
Shipston Excelsior v Copsewood (Coventry) 2.00
Wake Green Amateurs v Barnt Green Spartak 2.00