TABLE toppers Tividale were left stuck on the sidelines this week after their proposed friendly fixture with Total Motion Midland League Premier side Stourport Swifts was called off owing to a waterlogged Walshes Meadow pitch.

Tivi had seen their lead at the top cut to nine points in midweek after closest rivals Haughmond hammered fellow Shropshire side Shawbury United 8-0.

However, Shrewsbury based Haughmond were unable to make any further impact at the weekend when their trip to Hereford Lads club also fell victim to the weather.

Tivi hope to play Midland League side Brocton this week in the J W Hunt Cup before entertaining fourth placed Malvern Town this Saturday at Packwood Road.

Cradley Town attempted to continue where they left off in midweek following their stunning seven goal beating of Black Country Rangers.

The Hammers hit the ground running again when they grabbed a sixth minute lead through Jerry Koomson who converted a Kieren Day cross to shock third placed opponents Wolves Casuals.

Cradley then handed Casuals a spectacular equaliser when Joe Hawkins put through his own net from fully 30 yards out.

Matyers worsened for Cradley when they had Mark Bennett sent off on 48 minutes after being judged to have handled a Ferrier cross.

But goalkeeper Ben Manley came to Cradley's rescue when he saved Luke Yates' resulting penalty shot.

Ten men Cradley held out until the 85th minute when Joe Daley put Casuals ahead by converting Reece Mason's cross before Alvechurch loanee Yates added a third.

Cradley entertain Hereford Lads on Saturday.

Dudley Sports did their prospects of beating the drop a power of good when they plunged bottom side Pegasus Juniors deeper into the mire following a 3-0 win.

Adam Skelton put the Sports ahead at half time from the penalty spot before both Richard and Jim Hanson rifled home in the second half.

Sports entertain local rivals Dudley Town this Saturday at Hillcrest Avenue.

The Robins will be in confident mood themselves after holding Bewdley Town to a 1-1 draw.

That was after the Robins survived a first half scare when Bewdley had strong claims for a penalty appeal turned down after Russ Godfrey slammed a shot against George Hillman's arm.

The Robins looked set to steal the points when Jordan Davies fired them into an 85th minute lead after riding a couple of tackles to wrong-foot goalkeeper Joe Sidaway.

But Bewdley hit back immediately when Godrey's free kick was flicked on by Sam Parmenter straight into the path of Sam Prescot who placed the ball home.

Black Country Rangers had their trip to second from bottom Pershore Town postponed.

Black country hope for better luck this Saturday when they take on rock bottom Pegasus Juniors at Gornal Athletic's Garden Walk ground.

Black Country then entertain Bilston Town Community the following Wednesday.