AFC Turners beat Lloyds 4-2 away in the Dudley and Cradley League's Ray Turley Memorial Competition.

This was a hard fought game by two evenly matched teams on the day.

Geoff Hill opened the scoring for Turners after five minutes. Rhys Harper with equaliser for Lloyds on eight minutes.

Hill scored again on the half hour mark before Turners hit back once more before the break through Joe Colley However, second half goals from Richard Price and Keiron Sneed secured the win for Turners.

In the same competition, Kingswinford Swan beat Charlton House 8-0.

Goals came from Liam Hickman (4), Joe Lawley (2), Andy Hemmingsley, Ben Hickman.

Meanwhile, in the Horace Benjamin Trophy, Hadcroft Rovers bagged an 8-3 success over Hasbury Colts.

This was an entertaining game played in tricky conditions and the game got off to a flyer when Jake Tromans gave Hasbury the lead after one minute.

Hadcroft equalised on six minutes with a goal from Adam Glaze before Tromans again gave Hasbury the lead once more.

Hadcroft put the pressure on and were rewarded with two quick fire goals on 33 minutes from Danny Harris and 35 minutes from Elliott Lawley to lead 3-2 at the break.

Lawley increased Hadcroft's lead three minutes in to the start of the second half 4-2.

David Chambers effectively put the game out of Hasbury’s reach when he scored twice in six minutes to make it 6 – 2. Lawley completed his hat-trick on 62 minutes and added his fourth on 64 minutes. Hasbury kept going and keeper Ryan Holden scored for Hasbury in the 82 minute.

In Premier Division, Roebuck's game against Wollaston Harriers was abandoned after 70 minutes with Roebuck leading 3 – 1.

In the Birmingham Amateur Cup quarter-finals, Frank Parkers Nuneaton beat Phoenix 3-1.