Table toppers Tividale stretched their winning spree to 14 games – but not before they were given a real run for their money by AFC Bridgnorth.

Darragh Bustin bagged the only goal of the game as Tividale were forced to dig deep before reeling off a 1-0 win at Crown Meadow.

The all-important goal arrived early in the second half when Liam Wilkinson put Bustin in the clear to lob home.

It means Tividale have now taken 55 points out of a possible 60 so far this season and stay a formidable 13 points clear of closest rivals Black Country Rangers who in turn, claimed a comprehensive 4-0 win over Hereford side Wellington.

In a closely contested first half a solitary strike from Alex Hammond separated the sides.

Rangers took control after the break with further goals from Umar Zaman, Kevin Nickle and a Jake Heeley penalty.

Shrewsbury side Haughmond remain right on Rangers’ heels but have the luxury of a game in hand.

But Haughmond had a fight on their hands before beating Shropshire rivals Shifnal Town 2-1.

Scott Ryan put Haughmond ahead before both sides were reduced to 10 men by half time.

Christian Oldham finally clinched victory for Haughmond with a second goal and also hit the post late on as did 16 year old Shrewsbury Town Academy prospect Dan Walker.

Wolves Casuals continue their good run of form with a 2-0 success at next-to-bottom side Pegasus Juniors.

Prolific strikers Scott Sandland and Kieron Miller were on target again with goals in either half.

Sandland has now taken his league tally to 14 goals while Miller has 15.

Malvern Town marksman Josh Hunt had his shooting boots on again as he hammered home a hat-trick in their 3-0 win at Smethwick Rangers.

Hunt hit his opening goal after just three minutes and went on to complete his three-timer in the second half, taking his tally to 16 for the season.

Wednesfield pulled off a prized 2-0 win over fifth placed Bewdley Town and climb above them in the process.

That was after Wednesdfield were gifted their opening goal follow a rare error from promising young goalkeeper Joe Sidaway which enabled Shaquille Lee to lash home from close range.

But Wednesfield were forced to wait until stoppage time before making certain of the points with a second goal from Brad Sharman.

It was a good week for the sides at the bottom with Wem Town pulling off a precious 1-0 win over Bilston Town Community.

But they were upstaged by rock bottom Pershore Town who produced a prized 2-1 success over Hereford Lads Club, who had started the game in seventh place.

New signing from Malvern Town Matt Pinder proved the hero for Pershore by netting twice on his debut.

In the only other game to take place, Dudley Town shared a 1-1 draw with Shawbury United to leave both sides hovering just above the bottom six