TIVIDALE'S title charge will go right to the wire after the Packwood Road side pulled off an emphatic 4-0 win at local rivals Black Country Rangers in the West Midlands League Premier Division.

Dave King's crew were given a helping hand when Black Country's Luke Kettle got the ball rolling by putting it in his own net.

Curtis Cocking increased the scoreline before Demetri Brown made it 3-0 with his 28th league goal of the season.

Dead ball expert Darragh Bustin completed the scoring from the penalty spot after Alex Cameron had been brought down.

Tivi will clinch the league title if they beat AFC Bridgnorth at home this Saturday.

But their task could be made much trickier as they were due to meet Dudley Sports on Tuesday in the League Cup, with the winners scheduled to take on Wolves Casuals in the semi-finals on Thursday.

If Tivi fail to win against Bridgnorth, they can be overtaken by Shrewsbury side Haughmond who remain just one point adrift following their 2-0 success at Hereford side Wellington where Steve Hole's opening goal took his league tally to 34.

Haughmond complete their campaign with a testing trip to much improved Dudley Town who remain 10th in the table following their 3-1 success over Smethwick Rangers.

Chris Rabone opened the Robins account from the penalty spot after Jordan Davies had been brought down.

Emils Fedotvos increased the advantage before Aaron Bishop made it 3-0 when he smashed home into the top corner of the net, Smethwick responding with a late consolation goal.

Cradley Town remain right behind the Robins in 11th place after they proved 1-0 winners at third from bottom Wem Town.

But Cradley left it late before clinching their winner three minutes from time when Tom Astley turned a wicked cross from Kieron Day into his own net.

Cradley complete their campaign with a trip to Shawbury United on Saturday while Dudley Sports host a Black Country Rangers side who can finish no higher than seventh.