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Pegasus go second while Bromyard's win at Warley make Greyhound safe
LUCTONIANS have dropped out of the top 10 in National Two North but made promotion chasers Darlington Mowden Park battle all the way before landing a 26-18 win.
Hereford won 24-21 at Stoke but Burton’s victory means that they have secured the Midlands One West play-off spot at the Wyesiders’ expense.
Ledbury were beaten 45-0 at Pinley whose success wins them the second promotion spot in Midlands Three West (South).
Greyhound, meanwhile, can celebrate safety in Midlands Four West (North) after a crushing 41-3 success against visiting Five Ways Old Edwardians.
The city side’s victory was a bonus as their place would have been secure after Bromyard consigned Warley to relegation after an 18-13 win in the West Midlands.
Ross, meanwhile, have gone fifth in Gloucester 2 by hammering Broad Plain 50-16.
Westfields gained a welcome Midlands Alliance home victory with Brad Birch and Jamie Cuss both on target twice in the 4-1 success against Dunkirk.
With Shawbury United only able to force a 2-2 draw at lowly Wolverhampton Sporting Community, Pegasus Juniors have gone second in the West Midlands League Premier Division.
The city side won 2-1 at home to Dudley Town with Anthony Robbins and Kane Kahaki on target.
Wellington cemented their hold on ninth place with a 4-3 win at Wellington Amateurs but Bromyard Town were beaten 3-1 at Ellesmere Rangers to sink to bottom but one in the table.
In Division One, Lads Club maintained their top-10 standing with a 2-2 home draw against Stone Old Alleynians.
Brockhampton started their season with a success when they eased through to the second round of the Birmingham League Williamson Trophy by restricting Himley to 136-9 in reply to their own 243-9.
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