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Southern League Premier Division Central round-up - 14.02.23

On Tuesday, we had five games in the Southern League Premier Division Central to watch and the games were interesting as always!


Alvechurch 0-0 Bromsgrove Sporting

Alvechurch picked up a vital point in the relegation battle at home against local rivals Bromsgrove Sporting. Alvechurch move up to seventeenth in the table on thirty points and they still have many games in hand.


Coalville Town 5-1 Hitchin Town

Coalville Town absolutely battered Hitchin Town 5-1 in a fantastic home victory for the Ravens. A Tom McGlinchley double alongside goals from Elliot Putman, Tim Berridge and Luke Shaw saw Coalville move up to fourth place with four games in hand over Nuneaton Borough. A consolation goal by Finley Wilkinson slightly reduced the deficit for Hitchin.


Hednesford Town 0-3 Mickleover

The Pitmen suffered yet another defeat at Keys Park after Mickleover comfortably slotted three past Danny Glover's side. Stuart Beavon opened the scoring for Mickleover before a second half Mason Warren double seal the win for the away side.


Needham Market 2-0 AFC Rushden & Diamonds

The Marketmen earnt a massive three points after a big 2-0 win over AFC Rushden & Diamonds. A Luke Ingram double was enough to win the match against a low confidence Diamonds side. Needham Market move up to sixteenth and two points away from the relegation zone with a few games in hand. Diamonds remain bottom on fifteen points and also fifteen points from safety.


Stratford Town 3-3 St Ives Town

Stratford let a valuable three points slip against St Ives after they let a 3-1 lead slip. Paul McCone put Stratford ahead before Jonathan Edwards equalised. Andre Wright put the home side back ahead just before half time ; James Dadge scored an own goal in the first few minutes of the second half to make it 3-1. Nabil Sharif got one back for the Saints before Jordan Williams equalised on the 80-minute mark.


An intriguing set of results as the end of the season gets closer!



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