TOP of the table Tividale were cut down to size when they suffered a stunning 4-0 home defeat to Shrewsbury side Haughmond.

Tivi spokesman Leon Murray admitted: "It was simply a bad day at the office," as they conceded a goal within two minutes of the kick-off.

Haughmond's Matt Fletcher netted direct from a corner when the ball was allowed to bounce on the six yard box and fly into the net.

Stalemate followed until the 72nd minute when the match was transformed after Tivi's Dan Smith was sent off for a second bookable offence.

Haughmond took full advantage and made it 2-0 just four minutes after Smith's departure when prolific marksman Steve Hole slid home Joe Parry's cross.

Hole made it 3-0 from the penalty spot on 84 minutes after Ben Birch was judged to have brought down Haughmond substitute Adam Knott.

Hot-shot Hole then completed his hat-trick in stoppage time, taking his league tally to 28 this season, two ahead of Tivi's Demetri Brown.

However, Hole still trails the overall leading marksman Kieron Miller by one goal after the Wolves Casuals marksman struck twice in the Cassies 7-0 demolition of Black Country Rangers.

Jay Holdcroft also helped himself to a hat-trick with Alvechurch player Luke Yates adding two more.

It leaves the Cassies in second spot, 11 points adrift of Tivi with a game in hand while Haughmond are a further point adrift in third place, but have three games in hand.

Black Country drop to fifth as a result of their defeat, Malvern Town climbing above them after they won 3-1 at sixth placed Wednesfield.

Dudley Town remain on target for a top half finish after they walloped fourth from bottom Wem Town 3-0.

The Robins raced into the lead after just 32 seconds courtesy of a sensational Jordan Davies goal.

Davies went onto complete a brace of goals with Ryan Bridgewater also on target as the Robins went 3-0 up before half time.

Wem didn't helped their cause when reduced to 10 men in the second half, while chalking up a further seven yellow cards in the process.

Dudley Sports climbed out of the bottom two with a 2-2 draw against seventh placed Hereford Lads Club.

Goals from Ben Farqhason and Jack Wooldridge secured a point to keep Sports ahead of fellow strugglers Pegasus Juniors and Pershore Town with games in hand.

Dudley Town were due to host Black Country Rangers on Tuesday but have no fixture this Saturday while

Sports travel to Bilston Town Community on Wednesday and then visit Malvern Town on Saturday.

Table toppers Tivi look to get back on track with a trip to Shawbury United on Saturday while Cradley Town face a tough challenge at Haughmond after their game at Bewdley Town was abandoned at half time through floodlight failure.

It's the second home game running that Bewdley have suffered this fate.

Cradley had made a cracking start with a goal from Dan Bell after just six minutes when he beat Bewdley goalkeeper Joe Sidaway at the near post.

But Bell blotted his copybook when he was sent off on 32 minutes following a clash with Bewdley's Dan Flowers.

Bewdley levelled just before half time when Dylan Hart was put in the clear by Calum Martin to fire past Cradley 'keeper Adam Murusiak.