TOP of the table Tividale saw their 14 match winning streak brought to a halt when beaten 2-1 by Bilston Town Community.

Tivi didn't help their cause by having key marksman Dan Smith sent off on 40 minutes following a rash tackle.

Bilston took advantage by taking the lead on 64 minutes when Nehemia Zazi netted from an Issac Allen cross.

Zazi snatched a second goal on 86 minutes following a fine solo effort which saw him fire beyond the reach of Tivi goalkeeper Ryan Cheshire.

Tivi clawed a goal back in stoppage time when substitute Elliot Hartley lobbed Bilston shot-stopper Mark Brach but it was too little too late.

They will look to get back to winning ways at Dudley Sports this Saturday (3pm).

Cradley Town clawed themselves back from a goal down to wallop lowly Wem Town 4-1

Callum Briscoe cracked home a great goal on 17 minutes to give Wem the lead.

But they let Cradley back into the game when Jerry Koomson was tripped by Wem full back Rhys Mellings and Nigel Penney levelled from the penalty spot.

Luke Muckley then headed Cradley in front before Kieran Day despatched a third goal.

Wem had Jake Brown sent off in the 89th minute and Dan Bell scored direct from the resulting free kick to complete Cradley's victory.

The Hammers travel to Wednesfield this Saturday.

Dudley Sports suffered a 1-0 defeat from Hillcrest Avenue tenants Smethwick Rangers. To make matters worse, Sports had Jamie Parker sent off for good measure.

Dudley Town weren't in action but will now host Smethwick Rangers this Saturday.

Another side who didn't play last weekend was second-placed Black Country Rangers. They are set to face Atherstone Town at Garden Walk in Birmingham FA Mid-Week Cup on Tuesday night.

They resume league duties at home to Bewdley Town on Saturday.