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There were two games in Division I this week. Boldmere St Michaels at home to Chasetown whilst Tamworth hosted Solihull Moors. Boldmere were on a good run of form lately and are in second place having beaten Kidderminster Harriers last week they are aiming to close the gap on league leaders Mansfield who are running away with the league.

However, Boldmere could only get a 2-2 draw to Chasetown with the gap now seven points behind Mansfield who are not playing this week. Boldmere will need to start winning games to stop the Mansfield surge and they can only hope that Mansfield slip up. Chasetown still languish at the bottom of the league with four draws and five losses. A win needs to be on the lookout for the side.

In this week’s other game Tamworth drew 3-3 with Solihull. The draw meaning that Tamworth are in fourth place and are four points behind Romulus. They will be disappointed not to narrow the gap on Romulus who do not play this week. As for Solihull, they are in seventh place languishing around the bottom after being near the top a while back.

Next week’s games see three league games with Mansfield playing in the league cup. Chasetown travel away to Romulus hoping to secure a first win of the season. Solihull host Tamworth at home in a reverse of this week’s fixture and Boldmere travel away to Stratford looking to close the gap to four points on the league leaders. Tamworth and Stratford will look to win games in order to put pressure on Romulus.

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