TIVIDALE continued their title charge after pulling off a comprehensive 4-0 win in a classic top verses bottom clash with Pegasus Juniors.

But Tivi can ill afford any complacency in their final six games as second placed Haughmond remain within striking distance after beating third in the table Wolves Casuals 2-1 to stay seven points adrift with two games in hand.

Dan Smith struck twice for Tivi to take his season's tally to 20 while dead ball specialist Darragh Bustin advanced his total to 23 after netting from the penalty spot.

Brad Welding provided the final goal but Tivi could have easily doubled their total after hitting the woodwork on five separate occasions.

Tivi have also reached their first final under manager Dave King after beating Chelmsley Town to book a place in the Birmingham County FA Midweek Floodlit Cup Final when they will meet Atherstone.

Dudley Town have climbed to 10th place after producing an impressive 2-1 win at Bewdley Town.

All the goals arrived in the second half, Owen Massey firing the Robins in front with a 30 yard screamer before Aaron Bishop added a second on 89 minutes.

There was still time for the unusual sight of Bewdley goalkeeper Joe Sidaway heading home a consolation goal from a Chris Seekings corner.

Adam Skeldon struck twice to salvage a point for Dudley Sports who came from two goals down to secure a 2-2 draw with next-to-bottom side Pershore Town.

Sports also missed out on a mouth watering final with Tividale after losing their Birmingham Floodlit Cup semi-final to Atherstone by a 2-0 margin - their only defeat in six games.

Stuart Hillman and Jake Healy both hit the target as Black Country Rangers bagged a 2-1 win over Shifnal Town to stay sixth in the table.

Cradley Town made hard work of clinching a 2-1 win over a Shawbury United side who have now gone 13 games without success.

Cameron Milne was put clean through on 25 minutes with only Shawbury goalkeeper Owen Sheddon to beat when he was brought down by the shotstopper.

But the ball ran loose to Jerry Koomson to slot home saving Sheddon from any punishment.

Shawbury levelled just before half time with a well taken goal from Brandon Tanomjit.

Cradley were back in front within two minutes of the second half when Koomson was brought down on the edge of the penalty area by Harvey Pearson and Milne stepped up to curl home the resulting free kick.

Cradley cling to 11th place as a result of this success.

Cradley were due to visit Bewdley Town on Tuesday before travelling to rock bottom Hereford side Pegasus on Saturday.

Dudley Town are set to visit Smethwick Rangers on Wednesday while Dudley Sports travel to Bilston Town Community on Saturday.

Table toppers Tividale make the trip to Hereford side Wellington on Saturday while Black Country Rangers journey to fifth placed Wednesfield.

Bewdley Town bid to bounce back at Shifnal Town this Saturday.