BEWDLEY Town breezed to their fourth straight win of the season with a thumping 4-0 success over Wednesfield.

But Bewdley had to wait until the stroke of half time before opening their account when Dylan Hart set up strike partner Luke Morris to lash home.

Hart netted the second goal himself with a sizzling solo effort by racing half the length of pitch to slot home past Wednesfield goalkeeper Callum Smith.

Aaron Stubbins increased the advantage when scoring direct from a free kick before Ben Priest made it 4-0 after heading home a Matt Kerby corner.

The result leaves Bewdley locked at the top with Shifnal Town who also bagged a fourth consecutive victory with a 2-0 triumph at Dudley Town courtesy of goals from Reece Wedderburn and Brad Sharman.

Black Country Rangers suffered a blow when beaten 2-1 by AFC Bridgnorth.

Anwar Olugbon and substitute Ben Robinson rattled in the goals for Bridgnorth while former Glassboys striker Kayeldon Brown responded for the Oldbury-based side who also had Joe Burroughs sent off.

Black Country will attempt to get their title challenge back on track when they visit promoted side Darlaston Town this Saturday.

Cradley Town crashed to a 1-0 defeat at Wolves Sporting Community when James Quarry converted the only goal after 22 minutes.

But Cradley will be kicking themselves for failing to pick up a share of the points when Adam Skeldon had a second half penalty saved by Sporting goalkeeper Shehrez Naseem after Joe Clarke handled.

However Cradley have an immediate opportunity to obtain revenge when they return to Sporting this Saturday in the FA Vase.

Bewdley Town will also be bidding for a bit of Vase glory when they entertain Alsager Town at Ribbesford Meadow while Dudley Town face a tricky trip to Stapenhill in the competition.

Dudley Sports have a daunting task when they travel to Hinckley side Leicester Road, who suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat to Bromsgrove Sporting last Saturday in the FA Cup.

It follows a disappointing 2-0 defeat at home to former tenants Smethwick Rangers, who now groundshare at Tividale this season.