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Three games took place on a sunny afternoon across the Midlands in Division I. Chasetown hosted Stourbridge at home whilst bottom of the table Kidderminster Harriers were at home to Tamworth. Stratford Town and Boldmere St Michaels were also in battle near the top half of the table.

Stratford are in fifth place after a 2-0 against Boldmere. As the season ends Stratford will surely make an assault to finish in the top four. They lie three points behind Solihull Moors who werenít in action this week. Boldmere are four points off the top and this will surely mean a interesting end to the season after Mansfield looked like runaway winners earlier on in the season.

It was a close game between bottom placed Kidderminster and sixth placed Tamworth as they drew 3-3. Kidderminster are three points below Stourbridge and will hopefully look for a strong end to the season. Tamworth are five points of the top four, so they will have some catching up to do.

Chasetown seem to be enjoying life more now as they registered a 3-2 win against Stourbridge. Chasetown have three wins to their name alongside Stourbridge so it seems to be a case of the battle for seventh as both sides are six points behind Tamworth.

Nextís weeks round of fixtures makes to be an intriguing one as first and second are in action. League Leaders Romulus are away to Stratford Town. Romulus will need to win to put the pressure on Mansfield Town who travel away to Stourbridge. Chasetown will host Tamworth in the weeks other fixture and all eyes will be on Romulus and Mansfield as both sides look to cement their place at the top of the division.

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