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.