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By Myles McDevitt UCFB
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This week in Division I saw the same fixtures as last week, but the away sides now were back at home. Once again, all eyes were on Mansfield Town who have been the standout side in the Division this year.

Mansfield have now won eight games on the trot. They were away to Stratford Town who had been the most likely team to challenge Mansfield but unfortunately for them, they slumped to a 2-0 defeat.

It all seems like it will be a battle for second place this season as Mansfield are clear favourites to go and win this Division is some style.

For Stratford, they will think hard about the last three weeks and analyse where has it gone so wrong? They were in second a few weeks back but after a shock lost to Kidderminster Harriers and two consecutive losses to Mansfield it sees the side slipping further down the table.

Tamworth have recorded there second win of the season at home by beating Boldmere St Michaels 2-0. Tamworth will be happy to finally get another win on the board after last weeks close game away. For Boldmere, the gap is being closed on second place by Romulus and Stratford.

Romulus managed to record an emphatic 6-1 win away to Solihull Moors. Romulus have now moved themselves above Stratford into third place and are clearly looking to challenge Boldmere for second place. Solihull who had been near the top of the table now find themselves in seventh place.

There was another close game between Kidderminster Harriers and Stourbridge. Stourbridge have now recorded their second win of the season by beating the Harriers 4-3 at home. Stourbridge are in sixth position after two exhilarating victories over the Harriers. The Harriers will now look to rebuild following these two losses to Stourbridge.

Next week sees the League Cup take place with Mansfield, Stratford, and Romulus all in action. There is one game in Division I between Harriers and Solihull.

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