This Week’s Total Motion MFL Newsletter

Total Motion

Midland Football League


27th September 2017

League News



The Midland Football League are pleased to announce that Total Motion Vehicle Management Limited, based at Meridian Park Leicester, have agreed to be the Headline Sponsor of the League for the foreseeable future.

Total Motion was founded in 1999 by the current Managing Director and owner, Simon Hill, and is the largest family run and privately owned fleet management and leasing provider in the UK. In recent times the Company has been named amongst the UK’s 1000 most dynamic SME’s (Small and Medium sized Enterprises) by the London Stock Exchange for two consecutive years. They also scooped the ‘Outstanding Growth’ and ‘Business of the Year’ awards at the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce Awards Ceremony held on Friday evening.

From their Leicestershire headquarters they provide complete, bespoke solutions to organisations throughout the UK and Europe who operate fleets from 30 to in excess of 60,000 vehicles. They are directly responsible for over 25,000 drivers in 14 countries on behalf of over 4000 clients and the fleet management consultancy service supports clients with a combined fleet size in excess of 460,000 vehicles across the world.

Simon Hill is delighted with the partnership. He says ‘Working with the community has always been close to the heart of the business and supporting Non-League grassroots football ticks all the boxes. Total Motion wants to be a part of each club’s future by growing together and enjoying a mutually beneficial relationship. Incentives are being put in place for each club to achieve and that there are no limits as to how much each club can benefit from these incentives. The objective of Total Motion is to help each individual club to grow and develop with the sponsorship and that the Company sees this as a long standing relationship and hope to be a part of the MFL for many years to come.’

Michael Joiner, Chairman of the Midland Football League, says ‘I am delighted that a highly prestigious company such as Total Motion have agreed to sponsor the MFL. The Directors and Officers of the League together with the Clubs will do everything within our power to support the Sponsorship so that we can mutually look forward to a lengthy relationship to the benefit of both parties.’ For the foreseeable future the League will be known as the Total Motion Midland Football League.


Great deal for Atherstone Town Football Club ATHERSTONE Town have secured a major new sponsorship deal which chairman Justin Palmer hopes will help move them on to the next level. The Adders have linked up with Mark Webster & Co Estate Agents, who have secured naming rights on the ground until the end of the 2018/19 season. The deal sees Sheepy Road renamed The Mark Webster Community Stadium.

“This is a major deal for the club and we are delighted that Mark has put his trust and confidence in the Adders,” said chairman Palmer. “As a club, we have been getting a lot of support from the local community. People and businesses are more willing to work with us as a club than two years ago. And so to get this deal done is absolutely fantastic. We have worked hard to get this deal over the line and, as I say, we really appreciate Mark’s confidence in us.”


FA Vase Round 1

Matches to be played Saturday October 21st

Walsall Wood vs Atherstone Town

Lutterworth Town vs Coventry United

Westfields vs Shifnal Town

Brocton vs Wednesfield

Stourport Swifts vs Shirebrook Town

Worcester City vs Sherwood Colliery

Rugby Town vs Harrowby United

Pinxton vs Heather St Johns

Racing Club Warwick vs Clipstone

Haughmond vs Worksop Town

Bardon Hill vs Quorn

Stafford Town vs Kimberley Miners Welfare

AFC Wulfrunians vs Leicester Nirvana

Rushden & Higham United vs Highgate United or Whitchurch Alport

Holbeach United vs South Normanton Athletic

Polymac Packaging League Cup Round 2 Heanor Town v Nuneaton Griff Tues 10 Oct
Uttoxeter Town v Heath Hayes 1-3
Lichfield City v Rocester Tues 17 Oct
South Normanton Athletic v Coventry Alvis Wed 18 Oct
Hinckley AFC v Heather St Johns Tues 10 Oct
Leicester Road v Coventry United Tues 10 Oct
Rugby Town v Coventry Copsewood Tues 24 Oct
Quorn v Atherstone Town 2-2; 5p4
Walsall Wood v Highgate United Tues 24 Oct
Boldmere St Michaels v Paget Rangers Tues 31 Oct
Haughmond v Coleshill Town Tues 31 Oct
Shawbury United v Sporting Khalsa 0-4
Stourport Swifts v Westfields Tues 17 Oct
Racing Club Warwick v Studley 2-1
Littleton v Worcester City 2-0
AFC Wulfrunians v Bromsgrove Sporting Tues 17 Oct
Polymac Packaging League Cup Round 3 Leicester Road or Coventry United v Quorn
Heanor Town or Nuneaton Griff v Heath Hayes
Rugby Town or Coventry Copsewood v South Normanton Athletic or Coventry Alvis
Lichfield City or Rocester v Hinckley AFC or Heather St Johns
Racing Club Warwick v Boldmere St Michaels or Paget Rangers
Haughmond or Coleshill Town v Sporting Khalsa
AFC Wulfrunians or Bromsgrove Sporting v Littleton
Stourport Swifts or Westfields v Walsall Wood or Highgate United
Les James Challenge Cup Round 2 Boldmere Sports v Redditch Borough 14 Oct
NKF Burbage v Feckenham or GNP Sports
Droitwich Spa v Alcester Town 4 Nov
Smithswood Firs v Inkberrow 4 Nov
Coton Green or Coventrians v Moors Academy 4 Nov
Barnt Green Spartak v Knowle 11 Nov
F C Stratford v Bartestree 11 Nov
Fairfield Villa v Birmingham Tigers 11 Nov
Presidents Cup Round 2 Feckenham or Coton Green v Bloxwich Town
Droitwich Spa v Northfield Town 25 Nov
Smithswood Firs v NKF Burbage or Fairfield Villa
Hampton v Barnt Green Spartak or Redditch Borough
Challenge Vase Round 2 Alcester Town v CT Shush or AFC Solihull 11 Nov
Enville Athletic or Coventrians v Central Ajax 25 Nov
Boldmere Sports v GNP Sports 4 Nov
Inkberrow v FC Stratford 21 Oct
Challenge Bowl Round 2 Coleshill Town v Boldmere St Michaels 4 Nov
Droitwich Spa G & B v Wychall Wanderers 7 Oct
Bedworth United v Aylestone Park 4 Nov
Coventry United v Continental Star 11 Nov
Milton Keynes College v Kettering Town 21 Oct
H O W Academy v Sutton Coldfield Town 21 Oct
Tamworth v Quorn 14 Oct
Evesham United v Brocton 11 Nov

Travels of the Press Officer

Saturday September 23rd

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round

Heath Hayes 0 Wolverhampton Sporting Community 3

Wolverhampton Sporting Community have started the West Midlands Regional League season on fire winning all 7 games with a +29 goal difference. Heath Hayes have had mixed results in Division 1 of the MFL with goals at both ends of the pitch the order of the day. With a place in the 1st round proper of the FA Vase the prize for the victors, an open game was expected. It was the visitors that started the brightest with Tom Hill testing Mark Wiggins in the first minute after Jon Ledford had crossed from the goalline. In the 3rd minute, Wiggins had to race off his line to hack the ball away from Ledford. Dimitri Dunkley got beyond the Heath Hayes defence but Wiggins made the save. In the 5th minute, Dunkley miss hit a cross which deceived Wiggins and hit the crossbar. It was all Sporting and Mitch Clarke was off target, volleying over the vr from a free-kick. Heath Hayes’ first chance fell to Regan Smith who raced through on goal but Jamie Gettings made the stop. In the 15th minute, the pressure told as Sporting took a deserved lead. Dunkley picked up the ball on the left and sent a low shot across Wiggins and into the far corner. Mitch Teece had a chance for the home side but his shot was straight at Gettings. Letford again found space on the right and his cross was just behind the waiting Dunkley. On the half hour mark, Smith dragged a shot wide. Sporting made it 2-0 in the 39th minute. AN excellent rhough ball from Ashley Evans was perfectly into the path of Dunkley and he slid the ball past the advancing Wiggins. Hill somehow managed to send a shot over the trees before Sporting made it three on the stroke of half-time. Letford again was prominent. Reaching the byeline and playing the ball inside to Hill who made no mistake.

The second half began with Sporting having the majority of the play without looking like extending their lead. A foul challenge by Angelo Franco in the 57th minute saw a melée ensue with Franco fortunate to only receive a yellow card. The visitors began to push for more goals and Dunkley should have had a hat-trick with Wiggins saving with his legs. In the 74th minute, Hill came close to scoring his second when his shot took the faintest deflection over the bar. Clarke volleyed over again for Sporting before Heath Hayes substitute Ben Cooling forced the Sporting defence to block his close range effort. Alex Scott made a fine defensive clearance for Heath Hayes, clearing a flicked heade off the line. In the 83rd minute, Dunkley was again one-on-one with the keeper, toe poking the ball past Wiggins but not getting enough on it allowing the defence to clear. Chris Horton had a rare chance for Heath Hayes but headed wide of the target. In the 85th minute, Dunkley was again foiled by Wiggins and moments later Keiron Northwood hit the side netting when well placed. Wes Gray, on as substitute for Sporting had an effort blocked by Connor Haddaway and in the last minute Hill headed over.

A comfortable win for a very impressive Wolves Sporting and it is easy to see why they have made such a good start to the season.

Tuesday September 26th

Total Motion Midland Football League Premier Division

Sporting Khalsa 5 Boldmere St Michaels 0

A final game under floodlights at the Aspray Arena before workmen move in to install a new 4G pitch. Khalsa had a chance inside 25 seconds when a mistake by Lewis Fenney almost gifted a chance to Craig Bannister. David Meese had an effort which cleared the bar in the 2nd minute. A low cross from Bannister was cleared from the feet of Kyle Brady as Khalsa dominated. In the 12th minute, a quick break from Boldmere saw the ball played into the path of Ryan Nesbitt but his shot took a deflection for a corner. Khalsa should have taken the lead in the 14th minute when Brady was through on goal however Fenney made a fine save. Two minutes later, Bannister’s goalbound effort cannoned off Meese and away to safety. A poor clearance from Khalsa keeper Sam Arnold found Nicky Dodd, who tried his luck from 40 yards but he was way off target. Khalsa took the lead in the 23rd minute. A left wing cross from Jonny Haynes was half cleared as far as Mike Perks on the edge of the area. Perks picked his spot and the ball flew past Fenney. The home side doubled the lead on the half hour mark. A free-kick from Bannister was met with a firm header by Meese and the ball cannoned off the bar. Shawn Boothe reacted quickest to head the rebound into the empty net. Boldmere had a half chance in the 38th minute, Jack Skinner firing wide from Cameron Gayle’s cross. In stoppage time, a foul by Carlo Franco on Dodd gave Boldmere a free-kick on the edge of the area. Nesbitt stepped up but cleared the bar with his attempt.

Khalsa continued to dominate after the break with a cross from Brady clipping the crossbar. In the 52nd minute, Mensah Kinch had a chance for Khalsa but volleyed wide of the target. An excellent cross from Bannister was palmed away by Fenney with Tesfa Robinson ready to pounce. In the 61st minute, Fenney raced off his line to take the ball away from Bannister. Boldmere came close to clawing a goal back when Skinner fired across goal after creating space. This was a brief respite as Bannister and Meese combined to set up Marvin Nisbett and his first time effort was well saved by Fenney. A quick break from the home side gave Nisbett another opportunity but his shot was too near Fenney. Brady was next to try his luck, his shot on the turn well held by Fenney. Khalsa substitute Rikardo Reid was introduced in the 79th minute and with his first touch, he curled a shot narrowly wide. Boldmere were stlll in it, and after beating a defender, Ryan Shaw hit a shot straight at Arnold when brilliantly placed. In the 83rd minute, Khalsa scored number three. A ball into the box was half cleared by the Mikes, it was picked up Perks and his superb shot flew in off the far post. Two minutes later it was 4. A cross from Franco picked out Meese who beat his defender with an unbelievable piece of skill, controlling and turning the defender in one move before volleying past Fenney with his second touch. Into stoppage time, Khalsa ut the gloss on the performance with a 5th goal. Reid’s cross from the right wing picked out Brady, who made no mistake with another quality finish.

Four goals of the highest quality and an excellent performance from Khalsa who appear to be getting into their stride.


FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round

Pride of place in the FA Vase goes to Heather St Johns who knocked out Premier Division Rocester 3-0 at St Johns Park. Haughmond eased into the 1st round proper with a 4-1 win at Bilston Town Community, Andy Jones scoring twice. Boldmere St Michaels and Worcester City were involved in a thriller at the Trevor Brown Memorial Ground. An 89th minute equaliser from Nicky Dodd for The Mikes made it 2-2 and sent the game into extra time. Joe Smith scored for the Mikes with Daye Reynolds grabbing his second of the game to drew things level. In the 109th minute step forward Lee Hughes who saw his team into Round 1. South Normanton Athletic fell behind at Boston Town after just 8 minutes but The Shiners came back to win 2-1. A double from Matt Hearsey helped AFC Wulfrunians to a 4-2 win at Chelmsley Town. Walsall Wood travelled to West Midlands Regional League Leaders Cradley Town and made it through to Round 1 with a 2-0 win. Brocton had a thumping victory, 6-0 away at WMRL Dudley Sports, the goals shared across the team. Kyle Turner scored a hat-trick for Atherstone Town as they beat WMRL Dudley Town 4-0 at The Dell Stadium. WMRL frontrunners Wolverhampton Sporting Community travelled to Heath Hayes and made comfortable progress with a 3-0 win, Dimitri Dunkley scoring twice. A goal two minutes from time from Ryan Evans gave Quorn a 2-1 win at Holbrook Sports. A Joe Boachie double wasn’t enough for Loughborough University as they were beaten 4-2 at Hollywell by Staveley Miners Welfare. Racing Club Warwick went goal crazy as they beat Coventry Copsewood 7-1 at Townsend Meadow. Luke Cole scored three and Sean Kavanagh two to send the Racers through. Division 2 Droitwich Spa were seconds away from the 1st round at Shifnal Town but a last minute equaliser for the home side sent it into extra-time. Ben Novis made it 3-2 to Shifnal in the 107th minute and that’s how it finished. Spa finished the game with 8 men and Shifnal 9 as the referee showed 5 red cards. Long Eaton United bowed out of the competition losing 3-1 at Shirebrook Town. Rugby Town had four different scorers as they beat Smethwick 4-1 at the Aspray Arena. Ryan Pace scored twice for Stafford Town as they beat Ashby Ivanhoe 4-1 at Evans Park. Stourport Swifts had five different scorers in their 5-1 victory over Paget Rangers at Walshes Meadow. A goal in each half gave North West Counties Hanley Town a 2-0 win at Division 1 leaders Studley. Littleton went out of the competition at WMRL Wellington losing 2-1. Westfields had a tough looking fixture at home to Daventry Town but a 6-0 win says otherwise with Carlos Moreira and Kingsford Adjei scoring twice.

Coventry United looked to be heading out of the competition at home to Stone Old Alleynians but two goals in stoppage time sent them through 2-1. Uttoxeter Town were beaten 1-0 by former MFL side Bardon Hill at Oldfields.

Premier Division

Just two games in the Premier Division on Saturday and they both impacted the top of the table. Leaders Coleshill Town made it 7 wins out of 9 with the returning Jordan Nadat getting the only goal of the game at Shepshed Dynamo. Bromsgrove Sporting move up to 2nd with a 2-0 local derby win over Lye Town in front of a bumper 765 at The Victoria Ground.

Coleshill Town extended their lead at the top of the table to 6 points with a 3-2 win over Highgate United at Pack Meadow. Dean Rathbone scored twice for the Colemen who were 3-0 up at the break. Sporting Khalsa moved up to 7th with an emphatic 5-0 win over Boldmere St Michaels, Mike Perks scoring twice. A late penalty save from John Bateman denied Haughmond a share of the points as AFC Wulfrunians ran out 2-1 at the CKW Stadium.

League Table 1 Coleshill Town 10 8 1 1 23 11 12 25
2 Bromsgrove Sporting 8 6 1 1 17 7 10 19
3 Worcester City 8 5 2 1 24 9 15 17
4 Coventry United 8 5 1 2 22 9 13 16
5 Heanor Town 8 5 1 2 17 14 3 16
6 Shepshed Dynamo 8 5 0 3 22 9 13 15
7 Sporting Khalsa 9 4 3 2 20 11 9 15
8 Coventry Sphinx 9 4 3 2 13 10 3 15
9 Lye Town 9 4 3 2 12 9 3 15
10 AFC Wulfrunians 8 5 0 3 11 14 -3 15
11 Rugby Town 9 4 2 3 13 9 4 14
12 Stourport Swifts 10 4 1 5 18 22 -4 13
13 Highgate United 8 3 2 3 10 10 0 11
14 Haughmond 7 2 1 4 9 14 -5 7
15 Rocester 8 2 1 5 13 22 -9 7
16 South Normanton Athletic 9 2 1 6 8 21 -13 7
17 Westfields 4 2 0 2 9 8 1 6
18 Long Eaton United 8 1 3 4 13 17 -4 6
19 Boldmere St Michaels 7 1 2 4 9 21 -12 5
20 Loughborough University 9 1 1 7 6 18 -12 4
21 Quorn 8 1 1 6 9 26 -17 4
22 Shawbury United 8 1 0 7 9 16 -7 3

Division 1

One game in Division 1 and Ilkeston Town move up to 5th following a 4-1 win over Hinckley AFC at The New Manor Ground. Alex Marshall and Montel Gibson both scored twice for The Robins.

Division 2

Montpellier closed within a point of leaders NKF Burbage following a 3-1 win at Earlswood Town. Smithswood Firs continued their rise up the table with a 2-1 win over Feckenham. Knowle are 4th, a 2-0 win over Fairfield Villa at The Robin’s Nest moving them to within a point of the top three. Bloxwich Town jumped two places in the table following a 2-0 win over Redditch Borough both goals from Sam Melia. Coton Green and Barnt Green Spartak shared 6 goals at New Mill Lane, Andy Millan scoring twice for the home side.

Division 3

FC Stratford continued their goal scoring feats with a 10-0 win at Continental Star. Dylan Parker and James Gifford both scored hat-tricks enabling FC Stratford to maintain their 100% start. Alcester Town were another side to bang in the goals, 9-1 at home to Castle Vale Town. Ellis Kalach scored three and there were doubles for James Ward and Alfie Bloomer. These big wins deflected attention from league leaders GNP Sports who made it 6 out of 6 with a 3-1 win at home to CT Shush, Aaron Donaldson scoring twice. Central Ajax remain unbeaten, as a last minute equaliser from Sam Smith ensured a 2-2 draw at AFC Solihull. Coventrians are 4th following a 3-2 win over Shipston Excelsior at Holbrooks Park. Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons moved into the top 6 with a 5-3 at Leamington Hibernian. James Clarke scored twice for Boldmere with Ainsley Francis matching the feat for Hibs.

Les James Memorial Charity Cup 1st Round

Bartestree continued their fine start to the season with a 2-0 win at Enville Athletic. The top two in Division 2 met at Kirkby Road and NKF Burbage edged a thriller beating Hampton 4-3.

Challenge Vase

Inkberrow and Birmingham Tigers shared 6 goals but it was Inkberrow that progressed winning the penalty shoot out 4-3. Nathan Davies scored twice for Inkberrow with Abubaker Abdulkarim scoring two for Tigers

Presidents Cup

Northfield Town scored twice in the opening 5 minutes to set themselves on the way to a 7-1 win over Pelsall Villa. Adam Garmson and Scott Taylor both scored twice for Northfield.

Smedley Crooke Memorial Charity Cup

NKF Burbage bowed out of the competition losing a penalty shoot out at Bromyard Town after it finished 2-2 at full time.

Other Cups

Pershore Town were knocked out of the Worcestershire Senior Urn losing 5-2 at Bewdley Town. Lye Town progressed in the same competition winning 2-1 at Studley

In the Coventry Charity Cup, Coventry Alvis and Rugby Borough went to penalties after finishing 1-1 after 90 minutes. No-one would have expected the shoot out to finish 12-11 in favour of Alvis.

Group “A”
Nuneaton Griff 1 v 1 Bolehall Swifts
Group “B”
Cadbury Athletic 3 v 1 Bromsgrove Sporting
Alvechurch 0 v 2 Coton Green
Brocton u21 8 v 1 Lichfield City Res
Whittington Res 0 v 9 Walsall Wood Res
Under 21 Division UNDER 21 DIVISION EAST
Atherstone Town 1 v 4 Leicester Nirvana
Bedworth United 2 v 1 Coventry United
Coleshill Town 2 v 0 Kettering Town
Milton Keynes College 1 v 0 Aylestone Park
Quorn 1 v 0 AFC Rushden & Diamonds Elite
Tamworth 4 v 1 Football CV Reds
Droitwich Spa G & B 2 v 2 Evesham United
Highgate United 3 v 5 Heath Hayes
H O W Academy 1 v 2 Continental Star
Rushall Olympic 0 v 3 Boldmere St Michaels
Worcester City 4 v 1 Sutton Coldfield Town
Wychall Wanderers 2 v 2 AFC Redditch

Leading scorers

Premier Division

Mark Danks Worcester City 9

Dave Reynolds Worcester City 9

Lei Brown Highgate United 8

Steve Hole Haughmond 8

Aaron Lloyd Stourport Swifts 8

Ryan Nesbitt Boldmere St Michaels 8

Oli Roome Rocester 8

Martin Smyth Rocester 8

Jack Till Lye Town 8

Marco Adaggio Highgate United 7

Craig Bannister Sporting Khalsa 7

Shay Brennan Shepshed Dynamo 7

Liam Hurst Shepshed Dynamo 7

David Kolodynski Rugby Town 7

David Meese Sporting Khalsa 7

Dean Rathbone Coleshill Town 7

Nick Turton AFC Wulfrunians 7

Reuben Wiggins-Thomas Rugby Town 7

Jake Betts Shepshed Dynamo 6

Joe Boachie Loughborough University 6

Tyan Edmunds Coleshill Town 6

Matt Gardner Coleshill Town 6

Ryan Harkin Coventry Sphinx 6

Nick MacPherson Stourport Swifts 6

Mitch Piggon Coventry United 6

Elliot Reeves Heanor Town 6

Craig Reid Coventry United 6

Jamie Sleigh Heanor Town 6

Division 1

George Bowerman Hinckley AFC 12

Daniel Carter Littleton 11

Simeon Cobourne Heather St Johns 11

Alex Naughton Atherstone Town 11

Regan Smith Heath Hayes 11

Paul Sullivan Walsall Wood 10

Joey Butlin Walsall Wood 9

Andy Nicol Studley 8

Michael Wright Pershore Town / Littleton 8

Daniel Carter Paget Rangers 7

Jamie Clarke Pershore Town 7

Adam Knight Racing Club Warwick 7

Greg Downes Leicester Road 6

Alex Marshall Ilkeston Town 6

Jemeul Mills Chelmsley Town 6

Daniel Priest Pershore Town 6

Michael Bloore Bolehall Swifts 5

Jack Cook Heather St Johns 5

Jack Edwards Brocton 5

Kyle Esplin Uttoxeter Town 5

Dan Griffiths Lichfield City 5

Jake Humphries Heath Hayes 5

Matt Langham Leicester Road 5

Craig Marshall Lichfield City 5

Ryan Pace Coventry Alvis, Stafford Town 5

Jack Weldon Heath Hayes 5

Dave Yonwin Heather St Johns 5

Division 2

Stuart Hendrie Montpellier 14

Martin Crawford Smithswood Firs 10

Trea Bertie Smithswood Firs 8

Adam Garmson Northfield Town 7

Steve Ruck Knowle 7

Dominic Strevens Barnt Green Spartak 7

Nathan Astill NKF Burbage 6

Sam Melia Bloxwich Town 6

Ainsley Seivwright Hampton 6

Umit Eminoglu Feckenham 5

James Lemon Droitwich Spa 5

Andrew Millan Coton Green 5

Cameron Moriarty Bloxwich Town 5

Kelsn Shepard Montpellier 5

Jess Adcock NKF Burbage 4

Ellis Blakemore Fairfield Villa 4

Alex Coultas NKF Burbage 4

Adam Goodby Coton Green 4

Ben Lund Pelsall Villa 4

Craig Malins Redditch Borough 4

Daniel Murphy Feckenham 4

Tom Smith NKF Burbage 4

Division 3

James Gifford FC Stratford 12

Dylan Parker FC Stratford 11

James Drinkwater Shipston Excelsior 8

Jimmy Ward Alcester Town 8

Reece Gibson Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons 7

Nathan Davies Inkberrow 6

Tyler Haddow Coventrians 6

Ellis Kalach Alcester Town 6

Louis Mann Bartestree 6

Ben Hill FC Stratford 5

Charlie Cook GNP Sports 4

Jonathan Hamer AFC Solihull 4

Jake Harris Shipston Excelsior 4

Miles Langford Bartestree 4

Younes Touaiti Birmingham Tigers 4

Tom Parnaby FC Stratford 4


Dean Fisher Alvechurch 7

Samuel Hammerton Gresley 6

Zakim Evans Gresley 4

Daniel Lawrence Alvechurch 4

Harry Landsowne Gresley 4

Kyle Wainwright Walsall Wood 4

Liam Arrowsmith Coton Green 3

Josh Dutton Gresley 3

Callum Hall Walsall Wood 3

Curtis Haynes Coton Green 3

Marc Johnston Nuneaton Griff 3

Kane Lee Gresley 3

Under 21

Joel Steer Tamworth 9

Liam Lockett Worcester City 7

Ryan Palmer Coventry United 6

Andre Lawrence Sutton Coldfield 5

Samuel Major-Beddoes Evesham United 5

Yasin Peart Boldmere St Michaels 5

Shay Beeby Aylestone Park 4

Ewan Dunbar Evesham United 4

Sam Ford Coleshill Town 4

Bailey Fuller H.O.W. Academy 4

Jordan Lovell Continental Star 4

King-David Marstaller Milton Keynes College 4

Jordan McKenzie AFC Redditch 4


Premier Division

Leaders Coleshill Town welcome 5th placed Heanor Town to Pack Meadow hoping to maintain their 6 point league at the top of the table. 2nd placed Bromsgrove Sporting travel to Derbyshire to face South Normanton Athletic who have lost their last two home league games. Two high scoring sides meet at The Victoria Ground with 3rd placed Worcester City hosting 6th placed Shepshed Dynamo. Two defeats on the spin have slowed Coventry United’s and they welcome AFC Wulfrunians to the Butts Park Arena, Wulfs winning the reverse fixture 1-0. Westfields are already 6 games behind some of their rivals and they are back in league action at the Spray Arena against Sporting Khalsa, who moved up to 7th after their midweek win over Boldmere St Michaels. Two sides in the bottom 5 meet at Grange Park with Long Eaton United hosting bottom club Shawbury United. Quorn are one place off the bottom and they welcome mid table Stourport Swifts to Farley Way. Rugby Town are unbeaten in 7 games in all competitions and they travel to the Trevor Brown Memorial Ground to face Boldmere St Michaels. Haughmond have made an impact in FA competitions this season but they will want to start climbing the MFL table with a win at home to Loughborough University who have won 1 in 9. Coventry Sphinx have made an excellent start to the season and they travel to The Coppice to face improving Highgate United. Rocester welcome Lye Town to Hillsfield with both sides on a run of poor results.

Division 1

Plenty of games to choose from in Division 1 this weekend. Leaders Studley welcome in-form Heather St johns to The Beehive. Heather have won their last 6 games scoring 28 goals in the process while Studley have won 7 out of 9 in the league this season. 2nd placed Walsall Wood travel to Townsend Meadow to face a Racing Club Warwick side on a high after last week’s 7 goal win in the FA Vase. 5th meets 9th at The New Manor Ground with Ilkeston Town hosting Leicester Road. The Robins have won their last 4 home league games while The Road ended Walsall Wood’s 100% record in their last game. Hinckley AFC have picked up one point in their last two league games and they will want to get back to winning ways against visitors Brocton who have had success in the FA Vase but have struggled for results in the league. There is a good looking game at Sheepy Road where 4th placed Atherstone Town welcome Paget Rangers. Lichfield City can move into the top 4 if they can pick up three points at bottom club Cadbury Athletic and other results go their way. There is a promise of goals at Rene Road where 14th placed Bolehall Swifts meet 13th placed Heath Hayes. Stafford Town travel to 5 Acres to face Littleton where a win for the home side would see them close the 6 spaces between the two sides. 16th meets 18th at Oldfields with Uttoxeter Town hosting Pershore Town

Division 2

Leaders NKF Burbage host 11th placed Barnt Green Spartak with the chance to extend their lead at the top of the table. 3rd placed Hampton will go second with a win away to basement side Pelsall Villa. 4th placed Knowle can go level on points with Montpellier if they can win at Earlswood Town. Northfield Town can also join the group of clubs near the top of the table if they can win at 8th placed Feckenham. Out of form Redditch Borough welcome in-form Smithswood Firs to the MSS hoping to upset the form book. 14th meets 13th at Tally Ho with Moors Academy welcoming Bloxwich Town who were boosted with a win over Redditch Borough last week.

Division 3

With the top two in cup action, Bartestree can move up to 2nd if they get anything out of their home game with 15th placed Leamington Hibernian. Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons can move to within 6 points of the leaders with a home win over AFC Solihull. Castle Vale Town are still searching for their first points of the season and they welcome CT Shush to The Vale Stadium. Alcester Town scored 9 last weekend and will be hoping to continue in that vein when they travel to newcomers Birmingham Tigers, themselves scoring goals aplenty. 8th meets 9th at London Road with Shipston Excelsior hosting Continental Star.

Les James Challenge Cup Round 1

Division 2 Coton Green host Division 3 Coventrians with the reward a home tie against Moors Academy.

Round 1
Coventry Alvis v Coventry Plumbing & Heating
Coventry Copsewood v Whitnash Town
Central Ajax v Woodlands WMC
FC Stratford v Chelmsley Town
Round 2
GNP Sports v AEI Rugby
Nuneaton Griff v Coventry Colliery
Alvechurch Res v Evesham United u21 2.00
Fairfield Villa v Worcester City u21 2.00
Inkberrow v Bredon 2.00
Droitwich Spa v Montpellier 2.00
Kettering Town v Corby White Hart Locos 2.00
Group “A”
Gresley v Coton Green
Cadbury Athletic v Nuneaton Griff
Knowle v Lichfield City
Walsall Wood v Bolehall Swifts



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