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Cradley continue their cracking home form
12:21pm Thursday 26th September 2013 in Sport
Cradley Town chalked up their seventh home win in succession after eclipsing Midland Combination high fliers Southam United 2-1 to clinch their place in the next stage of the FA Vase.
They came from behind to seal victory with two goals from striker in form Chris Bladen to book themselves a local derby at Dudley Town in the next round.
General manager Marcus McDonald said: “Southam were a good side and I think they’ll be in the top two come the end of the season.
“The game against Dudley Town should be a cracker. It’s the sort of game you look forward to.”
Cradley have captured 19-year-old Josh Hill from Causeway United, while left back Liam Sankey has gone in the opposite direction.
This Saturday, Cradley look to keep amongst the West Midlands League front-runners when they host Dudley Sports.
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