Tividale maintained their 10 point lead at the top after slamming Shifnal Town 5-0 in Shropshire.
Leading marksman Demetri Brown continued his fine run of form in front of goal with a hat-trick, taking his league tally of goals to 17 already this season. Darragh Bustin. with his 12th league goal and Rion Francis- Mills, following his return from Lye Town, also hit the target as Tivvy cruised to victory.

Second placed Black Country Rangers continue to track Tividale as they smashed seven goals past next to bottom side Wem Town.Liam Hughes hammered home four of the goals while Kieran Clarke converted two more.
Umar Zaman made it seventh heaven for the Gornal side who still have three games in hand over the leaders.

Shrewsbury side Haughmond have climbed up to third place, leapfrogging Malvern Town in the process after beating them in a 3-2 thriller. Malvern took the lead when Ben Lane headed home Matthew Turner’s cross.
Moments later Lane was denied his second goal thanks to a fabulous save by Haughmond goalkeeper James Hawkins.
Aaron Griffiths also hit Haughmond’s post before half time – but the second half was a different story.
Steve Hole levelled on the hour before goals from Scott Graham and Scott Ryan appeared to wrap up the points.
Malvern tried to hit back but could only manage a further Josh Hunt goal.

Bewdley Town stay sixth after beating bottom side Pershore Town 2-0. Mastt Kerby broke the deadlock when he scored direct from a corner in the first half before Simon Rudd slid home a second goal on the hour.

Bilston Town Community have climbed clear of the drop zone after pulling off a 4-2 triumph at third from bottom Pegasus Juniors. Dilano Read rifled home a couple of goals for the Steelmen with Taimoor Hussain and Ryan Boothe bagging further goals. Kyle Panniers and George Andrews had earlier kept the Hereford side in contention.

Paul Jones plundered a last gasp goal to give Hereford side Wellington a 2-2 draw against Dudley Sports.
Nick Britton had earlier put Wellington ahead before Sports stormed back with goals from Jo Hanson and Emile Beckford.

Smethwick Rangers snapped up a 4-2 success over Wolves Casuals who slip out of the top three as a result.
Liam Smith and Shaikul Islam had put Smethwick 2-0 up before Casuals levelled through Josh Jones and Kane Cork.
Magdy Saud put Smethwick back on the front foot again before Jonathan Reid headed home a fourth following a run and cross from full back Liam Riley-Stewart.

Cradley Town clinched a 3-0 win at local rivals Dudley Town.Goalkeeper Shane Maydew saved a Nigel Penny header at the foot of the post but couldn’t prevent Josh Clift following up to crack home the rebound to put Cradley ahead.
Cameron Miller then made it 2-0 before Kieran Day curled home a free kick. Dudley came close to replying when Connor Hadlington cannoned a shot against the Cradley crossbar.