Brakes eased into their second Birmingham Senior Cup semi-final in three seasons as they comfortably despatched a young West Bromwich Albion side at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, writes Paul Edwards.
Brakes went to toe to toe with the National League North’s in-form team, and though few could argue that Stockport deserved the three points they were pushed all the way by Paul Holleran’s side, writes Paul Edwards.
A threadbare Leamington side scrapped and battled their way to a creditable point at the Jakemans Stadium, frustrating their hosts with the kind of defensive performance that deserted them at Southport, writes Paul Edwards.
Brakes picked up another precious National League North point - their sixth draw in seven games - and, but for the width of a crossbar, could have travelled back from Yorkshire with all three, writes Paul Edwards.
This was a far from an ideal end to the year but while Telford were deserved winners, a crazy final ten minutes distorted the scoreline and, more worryingly, may create more lasting problems in the forthcoming weeks for Brakes, writes Paul Edwards.
Leamington provided yet more proof that they can compete with the established teams in the National League North as Kieran Dunbar’s second-half strike earned them a deserved point at St James Park, writes Paul Edwards.
Brakes were forced to settle for a share of the spoils from a from this pre-Christmas contest, manager Paul Holleran acknowledging that the visitors deserved at least a point for their first half display alone, writes Paul Edwards.
The visit of former Football league club Hartlepool proved a bit of an anti-climax as a biting, swirling wind and incessant rain made for a thoroughly unpleasant afternoon at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, writes Paul Okey.