G.S.A. Sports 0 Heath Hayes 5

Wednesday 31st March 2010
G.S.A. Sports 0 Heath Hayes 5
Midland Combination Premier Division
At: Abbey Park Stadium, Bloxwich
Kick-off: 7-45 pm
Admission: none; Programme: none
Attendance: 15
Weather: cold, showers, snow
Duration: first-half: 46:26; second-half: 46:06

G.S.A. Sports (red/red/red): 1. Sandip Dhesi, 2. Joshua Noah, 3. Nicolas Lamonte, 4. Marcus King, 5. Aldin Kahriman, 6. Shaun Watson, 7. Sunny Dulai, 8. Adrian Neil (capt), 9. Andre Tullock, 10. Chris Hanson, 11. Hardip Kainth. Subs: 12. Gurminder Avejla (for King, 65), 14. Jasvinder Sira (not used), 15. Delton Francis (not used).

Heath Hayes (blue and white stripes with blue sleeves / blue / white): 1. Adam Lane, 2. Leigh Bevan, 3. Karl Wallis, 4. Peter Howell, 5. James Jones (capt), 6. Tom Baggott, 7. Ashley Perry, 8. Andrew Davis, 9. David Waple, 10. Ben Haseley, 11. Chris Deakin. Subs: 12. Andrew Tuck (not used), 13gk. Adam Braddock (not used), 14. James Barber (for Howell, 62), 15. Alan Haycock (for Waple, 74), 16. Shaun Eatly (for Perry, 77).

Referee: Richard Price.
Assistants: Stuart Winton and Phil Dawes.

0-1 Ben Haseley (51)
0-2 David Waple (54)
0-3 Alan Haycock (76)
0-4 Ben Haseley (80)
0-5 Alan Haycock (87)

G. S. A.: Chris Hanson (YC, 41), Nicolas Lamonte (YC, 73)
Heath Hayes: Tom Baggott (YC, 7)

Gresley FC 6 Holwell Sports 1

Tuesday 30th March 2010
Gresley FC 6 Holwell Sports 1
East Midlands Counties League
At: Moat Ground
Kick-off: 7-45 pm
Admission: £6; Programme: £1 (28 pages)
Attendance: 224
Weather: cold, windy, showers
Duration: first-half: 46:33; second-half: 45:42

Dominant Gresley FC scored five second half goals as they scored six in the league for the third time this season.

Gresley Rovers (red/white/red): 1. Gary Hateley, 2. Gareth Langford, 3. Adam Betteridge, 4. Tom Land, 5. Jamie Barrett, 6. Carl Slater (capt), 7. Mickey Lyons, 8. Jordi Gough, 9. Royce Turville, 10. David Blenkinsopp, 11. Rob Spencer. Subs: 12. Richard Butler (for Gough, 78), 14. Brian Woodall (for Blenkinsopp, 74), 15. Martyn Gadsby (for Lyons, 68), 16. Matthew Hill (not used), 17gk. Simon Baldwin (not used).

Holwell Sports (yellow/green/yellow): 1. Richard Cragg, 2. Andy Teare, 3. Kieran Foster, 4. Oli Freckingham, 5. Tom Cooper, 6. Luke Plummer, 7. Niall Prenderville, 8. Joe Williams, 9. Rob Pitman, 10. Ian Bitmead (capt), 11. Leigh Fox. Subs: 12. Tom Williams (for Joe Williams, 65), 14. Liam Prenderville (not used), 15. Mark Tinsley (for Plummer, 75), 16. Ryan Whatney (for Cooper, 45+1).

Referee: D Hunt.
Assistants: E. Pidduck and M. Ahern.

1-0 Tom Land (11)
2-0 David Blenkinsopp (53)
3-0 David Blenkinsopp (63)
4-0 Jordi Gough (71)
5-0 Brian Woodall (78)
5-1 Mark Tinsley (85)
6-1 Brian Woodall (90+1)

Gresley: none
Holwell: none

Nostell Miners Welfare 5 Brodsworth Welfare 0

Saturday 27th March 2010
Nostell Miners Welfare 5 Brodsworth Welfare 0
Kool Sport Northern Counties East League Premier Division
At: Welfare Ground
Kick-off: 3-00 pm
Admission: £5; Programme: £1 (24 pages)
Attendance: 35
Weather: sunny spells, strong wind
Duration: first-half: 46:12; second-half: 46:24

In the battle of the Welfares, Nostell celebrated their first home league win since early September, helped by four first-half goals against bottom-of-the-table Brodsworth.

Nostell Miners Welfare (yellow with black right sleeve / black / black): 1. Sam Dobbs, 2. Matthew Dawson, 3. Matthew Denton, 4. Josh Hope, 5. David Watts (capt), 6. Gareth North, 7. Dave Nicholas, 8. Tom Hope, 9. Graham Marchant, 10. Jimmy Jagger, 11. Neil Samardija. Subs: 12. Scott Minns (for Samardija, 61), 14. Toby Rutter (for Dawson, 27), 15. Wayne Ball (for Dawson, 54).

Brodsworth Welfare (sky blue and navy blue stripes with sky blue sleeves / navy blue / blue): 1. Andy Robson, 2. Nath Powney, 3. Adam Richardson, 4. Liam O’Neill, 5. Ricky Temperal, 6. Kyle Downin (capt), 7. Chris Brown, 8. Matty Bedford, 9. Ash Hunter, 10. Ben Kirkham, 11. Danny Billin. Subs: 12. Luke Bishop (for Brown, 83), 14. Austin Hallam (for O’Neill, 24), 15. Colin Bishop (not used).

Referee: Mark Powell.
Assistants: John Connolly and Steve Holroyd.

1-0 Tom Hope (15)
2-0 Josh Hope (26)
3-0 Graham Marchant (28)
4-0 Matthew Denton (38)
5-0 Graham Marchant (57)

Nostell: none
Brodsworth: Ricky Temperal (YC, 26)

Mold Alexandra 1 Llandudno 4

Saturday 20th March 2010
Mold Alexandra 1 Llandudno 4
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance
At: Alyn Park, Denbigh Road
Kick-off: 2-30 pm
Admission: £3; Programme: £1 (48 pages)
Attendance: 60
Weather: drizzle
Duration: first-half: 49:32; second-half: 48:18

Mold Alexandra (blue/blue/yellow): 1. James Collins, 2. Richie Dermott, 3. Dan Moore, 4. Steve McGowan, 5. Craig Roberts, 6. Darren Pritchard (capt), 7. Simon Holloway, 8. Dave Bryan, 9. Dave Pitson, 10. Graham Randles, 11. Terry Pugh. Subs: 12. Dave Gleave (for Pitson, 67), 14. Colin Davies (not used), 16. Vigan Beqa (for Roberts, 68).

Llandudno (black and white stripes / black / black): 1. Paul Whitfield, 2. Paul Roberts, 3. Wyn Williams, 4. Craig Hogg (capt), 5. Neil Coverley, 6. Joe Morgan, 7. Gareth Evans, 8. Ben Dews, 9. Lee Thomas, 10. Danny Hughes, 11. Jonny Gull. Subs: 12. Gwyn Peters (for Davis, 67), 14. Sean Eardley (for Gull, 74), 15. Alun Roberts (for Morgan, 78).

Referee: P French.
Linesmen: P. Hughes and M. Gillespie.

1-0 Dave Bryan (18)
1-1 Lee Thomas (45+3)
1-2 Danny Hughes (49)
1-3 Lee Thomas (61)
1-4 Gareth Evans (84)

Mold: Craig Roberts (YC, 9), Darren Pritchard (YC, 34), Graham Randles (YC, 39), Dan Moore (YC, 44), Richie Dermott (YC, 55)
Llandudno: Joe Morgan (YC, 39)

Castle Vale JKS 0 Brocton 6

Tuesday 16th March 2010
Castle Vale JKS 0 Brocton 6
Midland Combination Premier Division
At: Vale Stadium
Kick-off: 7-45 pm
Admission: £3; Programme: none
Attendance: 38
Weather: cold, dry
Duration: first-half: 47:29; second-half: 50:27

Castle Vale JKS (yellow/blue/blue): 1. Chris Butler, 2. Simon Larmour, 3. Michael Nottingham, 4. Craig Ridsdill (capt), 5. Scott Wilson, 6. David Stewart, 7. Alexander Hart, 8. Luke Powell, 9. Charisma Agbonlahor, 10. Nathan Thompson, 11. John Leach. Subs: 12. Jamie Shipway (for Agbonlahor, 74), 14. Nathan White (for Larmour, 50), 15. Ashley Downer (for White, 59).

Brocton (green and white halves / green / green): 1. Louie Whiting, 2. Richard Jones, 3. Craig Hulme, 4. Dean Crowley, 5. Mick Hathaway, 6. Matt Skinner (capt), 7. Andy Chandler, 8. Ben Harrison, 9. Gary Fife, 10. Mick Fox, 11. Tom Tonks. Subs: 12. Richard Hewitt (for Fox, 53), 14. Richie Miller (for Skinner, 61) 15. Steve Bennett (for Chandler, ht).

Referee: Carl Trott.
Assistants: Don Williams and Ian Simpson.

0-1 Mick Fox (6)
0-2 Gary Fife (29)
0-3 Gary Fife (41 pen)
0-4 Craig Hulme (61)
0-5 Richard Hewitt (82) (officially an own goal)
0-6 Steve Bennett (86)

JKS: Chris Butler (RC, 39), David Stewart (YC, 81)
Brocton: Richie Miller (YC, 90+5)

Nelson 1 St Helens Town 2

Saturday 13th March 2010
Nelson 1 St Helens Town 2
Vodkat League Premier Division
At: Victoria Park, Lomeshaye Way
Kick-off: 3-00 pm
Admission: £5; Programme: £1 (36 pages)
Attendance: 55
Weather: sunny spells, a bit cold
Duration: first-half: 47:34; second-half: 47:14

Nelson were left fuming at referee David Holloway after he awarded a controversial penalty and dismissed skipper Daniel Finch towards the end of the first half. The spot kick cancelled out an earlier goal scored by Luke Hargreaves direct from a free-kick. But the ten men couldn’t hang on for a point and St Helens won the game after the break when Iain Dyson converted his second penalty.

YouTube highlights courtesy of StHelensTownFC's Channel

Nelson (blue/blue/blue): 1. Chris Thompson, 2. Mark Taylor, 3. Luke Hargreaves, 4. Adam Whiteside, 5. Daniel Finch (capt), 6. Alexander Mugan, 7. Ashley Higgins, 8. Steven Maden, 9. Chris Clarkson, 10. Andrew Smith, 11. Daniel Hartley. Subs: 12. Marcus Calvert, 14. Stewart Thompson, 15. Matthew Mugan (all not used).

St Helens Town (red and white stripes / red / red and white hoops): 1. Kevin Woods, 2. John Elias, 3. Mark Evans, 4. Doulas Pitts (capt), 5. Stephen Kay, 6. Ian Frazer, 7. Marc Stephens, 8. Michael Fargher, 9. Ian Dyson, 10. Michael Scully, 11. Adam Gilchrist. Subs: 12. Brian Hatton (for Gilchrist, 72), 14. Lee Riley (not used), 15. Gary Bickerstaffe (not used), 16. Chris Foster (not used).

Referee: David Holloway.
Assistants: Peter Duckworth and Billy King.

1-0 Luke Hargreaves (35)
1-1 Iain Dyson (40 pen)
1-2 Iain Dyson (76 pen)

Nelson: Daniel Finch (YC, 40), Daniel Finch (YC/RC, 43)
St Helens: Mark Stephens (YC, 30)

Stafford Town 7 Shenstone Pathfinder 0

Saturday 6th March 2010
Stafford Town 7 Shenstone Pathfinder 0
West Midlands (Regional) League Division 1
At: Evans Park, Riverway
Kick-off: 3-00 pm
Admission: £4 including 28 page programme
Attendance: 65 (headcount)
Weather: mostly sunny, cold wind
Duration: first-half: 45:08; second-half: 45:07

Stafford Town played the first game at their new Evans Park ground and celebrated the occasion with an emphatic 7-0 victory. Paul McMahon and Rhys Baker both bagged a hat-trick for the Division 1 leaders with Matt Buckham also on target.

A front-page article in Wednesday’s Express and Star, followed by another in Thursday’s Staffordshire Newsletter, confirmed that the first game at Town’s new Evans Park would take place today – a day I’d previously decided to miss football to make other family members’ walking and ballet commitments a bit easier to fulfil. I didn’t want to miss the inaugural fixture so I now owe a few people a few ‘brownie points’!

Evans Park, on the same complex as Stafford Cricket club and a pitch previously used by Stafford Town, MSHD and Riverway FC, is an impressive venue build with promotion back to the Midland Alliance in mind. It is located on Riverway, a road off the A34 Lichfield Road and close to the white painted Lloyds TSB branch. A track leads around the cricket ground to the back of the pavilion to a large car park. The road continues through impressive gates to the ground and, inside, the pitch ran widthways parallel with the River Sow. To the left on the entrance on the neat touchline was a 192-seater Ariva T&D Community Stand, with individual tip-up seats, flanked by additional covered standing. Around the rest of the ground was hard-standing with four floodlight pylons down each side.

A refreshments bar, run by former Stafford and Doncaster winger Keith Mottershead, could be found in one of the hospitality rooms. The helpful Stafford secretary prepared a teamsheet which was prominently displayed outside by the stand.

Stafford Town can trace their roots back to 1976 when Gordon Evans founded Stafford FC and became a nursery side of Stafford Rangers FC. The new club had a spell in the Midland Combination prior to joining the Staffordshire County League North in 1981/82 when the name ‘Stafford Town’ was adopted. They soon joined the new Staffordshire Senior League, playing home games first at Burton Manor and then Riverway on the pitch close to and parallel with the main road.

Town merged with successful Sunday side MSHD under a new name of Stafford MSHD. They progressed into the West Midlands League and moved to Rowley Park before promotion necessitated a groundshare at Stafford Rangers’ Marston Road. As a Midland Alliance club, I remember them, now renamed Stafford Town, enjoying a memorable FA Cup run in 1999/2000 and covered their third qualifying round tie at Harrow Borough for the local press.

Stafford Town left Marston Road in 2004 and returned to Rowley Park, playing in the West Midlands League Division 1.

The opening of Evans Park, named after Chairman and founder Gordon Evans, is the culmination of a project that, according to the programme, has taken almost six years from the first meeting to first match.

Stafford Town (47 points from 20 games) went into their first competitive game at Evans Park as league leaders, one point clear of second-placed Hanwood United. Third-placed Wellington Amateurs were a further point behind Town with a game in hand. Visitors Shenstone Pathfinder (23 points from 19 games) were towards the bottom of the 17-team division in 14th position.

I opted for a seat in the stand on the back row and enjoyed the company of Peter Baker, who I’ve known for many years from Stafford Rangers, and his mate John Williams.

Stafford Town got the game underway attacking from right to left towards the cricket field and almost took an 18th second lead. Matt Buckham got down the left into the area and fired past the diving keeper Callum Heanan and inches wide of the far post. I wonder if any player has scored from the first attempt on goal at a new ground?

Shenstone’s John Branch, the experienced former Hednesford defender, took the Evans Park’s first throw in and it wasn’t long before the first goal was scored.

In the 6th minute, Paul McMahon’s initial volley was parried by Heanan and Rhys Baker hammered home the loose ball into the far left-hand corner of the net.

Referee Terry Holbrook awarded the first free-kick after 10 minutes for a foul on dale Anderson by Matt Dockerty and this led to the first corner, delivered by Branch.

Stafford doubled their advantage in the 12th minute. Baker found himself in space on the right and decided to try his luck and fired past the diving keeper into the far side of the net.

At 2-0 up after 12 minutes, even at this early stage it looked like just a matter of how many Stafford would score. However, Andy Baldwin sent a free header over the bar for the visitors.

Heanan produced a decent save to keep out a header from Paul McMahon and got a boot in the way of a close range shot from the overlapping Dockerty just after the half-hour mark.

Stafford’s third goal came in the 36th minute. Dave Woodvine put McMahon clear down the middle and the former Stafford Rangers striker cleverly chipped the advancing keeper.

Paul Burn in the Stafford goal had little to do during the first but remained alert to hold a header from Baldwin.

At half-time it was back to the Alstom Suite for more tea and in there was ‘Guppy’, Stafford popular retired doctor!

The back of the Shenstone net was bulging again within two minutes of the restart. A slip by Stu Fielding let in McMahon who set up a chance for Matt Buckham to hammer home.

It was again one-way traffic and twice the boot of Heanan prevented McMahon from scoring again. But the striker did add the fifth goal in the 59th minute, flicking home Dockerty’s near-post left-wing corner.

Baldwin’s long throw led to a rare moment of panic in the Stafford defence before McMahon completed his hat-trick in the 63rd minute. Buckham’s initial shot was parried and McMahon hammered home the rebound.

It was now a question of how many would Stafford would score and I was quickly shouting out “there’s the seventh” when McMahon sent a first time shot towards goal. But once again the boot of Heanan kept the ball out.

Stafford rung the changes and took off hat-trick hero McMahon and the dangerous Buckham. The way was clear for Baker to complete his hat-trick and he duly did in the 80th minute, volleying a right-wing cross into the roof of the net. Town were in seventh heaven!

I’ve never seen Stafford Rangers score more than seven in a game so with time left I was hopeful that Town would add an eighth goal, and they nearly did. Heanan kept out Mark Johnson’s close-range shot and a low drive from Hollinsworth flashed across the face of goal.

Shortly before full-time, the Stafford bench urged their side to “keep it tight, nothing away”. But no sooner had those words been said… Anderson got into the area only to be denied a clear shooting chance by Rob Tomlinson’s saving tackle.

All in all, a memorable afternoon at the new stadium and back home just after five with a round trip of just five miles!

Stafford Town (red/red/red): 1. Paul Burn, 2. Matt Dockerty, 3. Mark Johnson, 4. Adam Price (capt), 5. Justin Worthington, 6. Rob Tomlinson, 7. Carl Morris, 8. Dave Woodvine, 9. Paul McMahon, 10. Rhys Baker, 11. Matt Buckham. Subs: 12. Wayne Bailey (for Morris, 65), 14. Oliver Gore (for McMahon, 68), 15. Sam Hollinsworth (for Buckham, 72), 16. Matt Walker (not used), 17. Matt Bickley (not used).

Shenstone Pathfinder (white/blue/blue): 1. Callum Heanan, 2. Matthew Heaton, 3. John Branch, 4. Matt Jones, 5. Stu Fielding, 6. Steve White, 7. Alex Leonard, 8. Andy Baldwin, 9. Jay Dinham, 10. Adam Simpson (capt), 11. Dale Anderson. Subs: 12. Graham Heanan (not used), 14. Chris Whitehouse (not used), 15. Chris Caddy (for Jones, 64), 16. Steve Mercer (for Branch, 68).

Referee: Terry Holbrook.
Assistants: John Probert and Glyn Thomas.

1-0 Rhys Baker (6)
2-0 Rhys Baker (13)
3-0 Paul McMahon (36)
4-0 Matt Buckham (47)
5-0 Paul McMahon (59)
6-0 Paul McMahon (63)
7-0 Rhys Baker (80)

Stafford: none
Shenstone: none

Coleshill Town 1 Bridgnorth Town 0

Thursday 4th March 2010
Coleshill Town 1 Bridgnorth Town 0
Aspire Midland Alliance
At: Pack Meadow, Packington Lane
Kick-off: 7-45 pm
Admission: £5; Programme: £1 (24 pages)
Attendance: 32
Weather: cold, dry
Duration: first-half: 46:00; second-half: 49:00

Free-scoring Coleshill found lowly Bridgnorth a tough nut to crack and had to settle for victory by a single Luke Edwards goal scored just before the interval.

Midweek trips this season for me have been a little on the scarce side but, tonight, I just fancied getting out to somewhere not too far away. Looking through The Football Traveller there was only one real choice and that involved return visit to Coleshill Town’s Pack Meadow ground, where I’d seen Town lose 2-3 to Solihull Borough way back on Saturday 17th February 1990.

Coleshill is located a couple of miles north east of the M6/M42 intersection but I decided to head there via Lichfield rather than chance the rush hour traffic on the motorway through Birmingham. From the southbound A446, I took the first Coleshill turn (A4117) and continued straight through the town up the High Street. Shortly after passing the George and Dragon pub, Packington Lane was on the left (signed Packington 2 ¼ miles) and the ground was a further half-mile on the left just after speed restriction ended.

The ground was through an impressive set of gates, emblazoned with ‘Coleshill Town F. C.’ and the pitch ran lengthways. Down the near right-hand touchline on half way was the new stand, containing four rows of bench seating with dugouts in front. Opposite was the older stand with two rows of green wooden benches. The club and changing room building was located in the near left-hand corner and incorporated a ‘Tuck Shop’ hatch. The complex also boasted a smaller second pitch complete with dugouts and training lights.

The programme included a nice history of the club which mentioned that Coleshill, founded in 1894, were in fact the oldest non-league club in Warwickshire. They completed in local football before joining the Midland Combination in 1967. In 1974, they gained promotion to Division One, the top division which became the Premier Division in due course. Apart from one season, 2000/01, they enjoyed an almost unbroken 25-year stint in the Combination top flight culminating in the winning the title in 2007/08 season. Coleshill were promoted to the Midland Alliance and finishing the debut season in the higher league in a creditable 11th position.

The winter break did Coleshill no harm at all and, in fact, they have won five and drawn two of their last nine league and cup games. Goals have flowed, particularly at home with their last three games at pack Meadow finishing 8-0, 4-0 and most recently 3-0. They went into this game with Bridgnorth in 10th position with 40 points from 26 games and last Saturday won 5-1 at Biddulph Victoria.

This trip to Coleshill was Bridgnorth third game in a run of four games following defeats last Saturday at Rocester and on Tuesday at Malvern. Being in 18th position on 25 points from 28 games, they have relegation worries as both Highgate and Rocester below them have games in hand.

Coleshill got the game underway attacking the goal at the south end of the ground, the one in front of the tall conifers. I opted for a seat on the back row on the new Packington Lane stand so the home side were playing from left to right in relation to my vantage post

The home side posed the early threat and Neil Davis headed wide from Jon Powis’ corner. Davis made two appearances for Aston Villa at the start of his career and went on to play for a number of clubs including Walsall, Hednesford Town and Newport County.

After soaking up the early pressure, Bridgnorth started to get forward. Phillip Hurdley played a deep diagonal ball forward from the right. It fell to skipper Jason Pike at the far post who couldn’t get his shot on target. The move encouraged the visitors and they that that they were “starting to get a grip on the game”.

Coleshill (in green and white) really should have taken the lead in the 26th minute. Rob Evans broke down the right and fed the overlapping Chris Charles. The defender picked out Powis inside the area who ballooned his shot not only over the bar but the tall conifers as well.

The home manager pointed out that his side “can’t score 3 or 4 every week” – a reference perhaps to the big scores recently recorded by his side.

Just after the half-hour mark, Pike dribbled to the edge of the Coleshill area before deciding to shoot over the bar.

The deadlock was eventually broken in the 44th minute. Lawrence Rawlings’ left-wing corner wasn’t cleared and defender Luke Edwards fired home what proved to be the winner from around 8 yards out.

Buoyed by the goal, Coleshill quickly got forward down the left. A cross fell to Davis who turned and hammered the ball just over the bar.

Bridgnorth made a bright start to the second half and won three corners in quick succession. They went close just before the half mark. Steve Darlington propelled a long throw into the area from the right and Zac Jackson volleyed over the bar.

During the second half I got talking to Mark McIntyre, the Bridgnorth secretary and a real fountain of knowledge on Shropshire football and also Bradford Park Avenue. I remarked about a past and present connection with Bridgnorth and my old club Stafford Rangers. Current Town boss Andy Marlowe played for Stafford in the mid-1990s and a previous manager, Kevan Bowen, left Bridgnorth for Stafford around the same time. Bowen certainly lifted the club off its knees on the field and deserved great creadit for doing so.

Chances were very scarce in the second half and it wasn’t until the 89th minute that Coleshill could have put the outcome beyond doubt. A deep diagonal cross from the right fell perfectly for unmarked Ryan Scott at the far post but he fired into the sidenetting.

In stoppage time, Matty Robinson got the better of George Williams and hit a well-struck shot from the left side of the area which the diving Craig Johnson did well to parry.

With time running out, Bridgnorth were awarded a free-kick 30 yards out. However, the ball delivered by Ben Jeavons into a packed area was cleared.

Coleshill Town (green and white stripes / white / white): 1. Craig Johnson, 2. Chris Charles (capt), 3. Luke Williams, 4. Luke Edwards, 5. Ryan Scott, 6. Ben Porter, 7. Rob Evans, 8. Jon Powis, 9. Neil Davis, 10. Matty Robinson, 11. Lawrence Rawlings. Subs: 12. Leysio Recci (for Evans, 62), 14. Chris Gumery (for Davis, 62), 15. Lewis Moss (not used), 16. Barry Fitzharris (not used).

Bridgnorth Town (blue/blue/blue): 1. Darren Walters, 2. Zac Jackson, 3. Phillip Hurdley, 4. Steve Darlington, 5. George Williams, 6. Ryan Guryn, 7. Kevin Thompson, 8. Jason Pike (capt), 9. William Meredith, 10. Chris Sturridge Pacer, 11. Ben Jeavons. Subs: 12. Andy Marlowe(not used), 14. Anwarsadat Oluugbon (for Meredith, 60), 15. Paul Cross (not used), 16. Dan Kibblewhyte( not used), 17. Steve Broome (not used).

Referee: S. Lane.
Assistants: A. Scriven and R. Osborne.

1-0 Luke Edwards (44)

Coleshill: Ryan Scott (YC, 71), Chris Gumery (YC, 81)
Bridgnorth: none