SHIFNAL Town continue to steamroller their West Midland League rivals as they reeled off a 14th straight win when defeating fifth placed Dudley Town 4-1.

The Shropshire side struck early through Dan Westwood before the league's leading marksman Tom Hill hammered in a second goal just six minutes later to take his season's tally to 26.

Credit to Dudley Town who hit back in the second half when Ben Lawley rifled home for the Robins.

But there's no stopping Shifnal at the moment as they stormed back to seal victory with further goals from Kyle Montague and Ashley Bellingham to maintain their 100 per cent start.

Shifnal's situation improved further after second placed Bewdley Town were beaten 3-1 at Wednesfield.

Goals from Ellis Blakemore, Jake Pain and Callum Wood put the skids under Bewdley who have now slipped 12 points adrift of leaders Shifnal.

Black Country Rangers bagged a 1-0 win at AFC Bridgnorth.

Troy Baker belted home the only goal but Black Country were guilty of wasting many more chances, especially when Ahmed Ali missed from the penalty spot.

Dudley Sports have dropped to second from bottom spot after suffering a slender 1-0 reverse at former tenants Smethwick Rangers.

Sports plight worsened after Wem Town leapfrogged ahead of them following their 4-3 defeat of Darlaston Town.

Goals from Dave Walbyoff, Dan Cohen and Jim Astley enabled Wem to race into a 3-0 lead.

Darlo clawed the deficit back to 3-2 courtesy of goals from Leon Taylor and Isaac Cooper.

But any chance of a recovery was undone when Wem were gifted an own goal from Ricardo Ricketts.

Cradley Town's clash with Wolves Sporting Community was called off and they will hope for better luck this Saturday when they entertain Wem Town in a real bottom of the table battle.

Dudley Sports have the daunting task of taking on Shifnal Town at Hillcrest Avenue while Dudley Town attempt to bounce back when they play Pershore Town at Sporting Khalsa.

Bewdley Town do battle with Wolves Sporting Community at Ribbesford Meadow while Darlaston host Tividale side Smethwick.