LADS Club manager Danny Moon says he will resign in the summer if the FA refuse the club's application to move across into the Hellenic Football League.

The 36-year-old player/manager scored during his sides 2-1 defeat against Bewdley Town last Saturday but was left furious with referee decisions.

Hereford loanee striker Adam Hockey was dragged down by the opposing goalkeeper during the tie before being injured in a later incident.

"We are waiting to hear how bad Adam's injury is," said Moon.

"With his injury it leaves a sour taste. Unfortunately I have decided if we don't get a move next season across to the Hellenic League I will be resigning.

"We haven't got any friends in this league. We have worked hard raising a side and then we are left fighting against the officials.

"I could end up being in more trouble having an opinion in this league. We had two yellow cards on Saturday and they ended up with one booking which was their goalkeeper.

"They had two tackles which warranted a red. When Hockey was through on goal their goalkeeper tried to rugby tackle him to the ground.

"You can't rugby tackle somebody going around you and there was no advantage in him stopping a goal-scoring chance."

Bewdley took an early lead when centre-half Nehemia Zazi hit a shot from 12 yards out which flew into the net.

Lads Club striker Kiea Cowley-Hair thought he had pulled a goal back but saw his effort disallowed for pulling a shirt.

However, the visitors were level moments later when Moon chested down a goalkeeper's missed punch from a cross before firing into the roof of the net.

The visitors felt they should have took the lead when Hockey ran through on goal and despite being pulled back by the goalkeeper the striker got his shot away which was cleared off the line.

Despite the foul the opposing goalkeeper was only awarded a yellow card for the foul and Lads Club a corner.

Just before half-time Tom Dawson came off injured following a tackle.

In an entertaining tie Bilston then took the lead with a header at the back post.

Hockey went close to an equaliser but hit the post from a tight angle before the striker was injured late on and was carried off the pitch.

"It was very close to be fair and we probably deserved more but didn't take our chances," added Moon.

"A lot of the decisions went against us to be fair."