Updated 9:28am 23 May 2013
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Solihull Borough hope to continue on the road to FA Cup glory tomorrow while highly-rated midfielder Wayne McCarron will be heading on 3,000 miles in the opposite direction. Read
Kidderminster Harriers 0 Tamworth 2Read
Craig Slater will continue Stourbridge's policy of signing "local heroes" after completing a transfer from Willenhall Town. Read
South Korea and Hong Kong will be the next stamps on Tracey Hallam's globe-trotting passport. Read
Nothing can beat the thrill of pulling on a pair of boots as a professional foot-baller, says Paul West. Read
Kidderminster Harriers 1 St Albans City 3Read
A visit by Aston Villa will be the highlight of Chasetown's 11-match build-up to their debut in the Southern League.Read
Halifax Town 2 Hereford United 3 (after extra time: score at 90 mins 2-2)Read
Bob Green has been appointed as the new manager of Rushall Olympic following the shock decision of John Allen to step down just weeks after guiding the club to their highest ever finish. Read
Tamworth edged closer to preserving their Nationwide Conference future with a crucial goalless draw at fellow strugglers Scarborough last night.Read
Simon Archer has been handed the toughest possible draw as he bids farewell to the European Championships in the Netherlands. Read
Tommy Johnson marked his return from injury with a goal as Tamworth completed their first Nationwide Conference double of the season last night and moved out of the relegation zone.Read
Every cloud has a silver lining, so the downpours which left Tamworth with a wasted journey to Yorkshire on Saturday could leave the Lambs with a brighter outlook tonight. Read
James Francis will remain an integral part of Halesowen Town's final-month push for the play-offs.Read
Tamworth player-manager Mark Cooper was both hero and villain as the relegationbattling Lambs had to settle for a hard-fought point at home to Exeter City in the Nationwide Conference. Read
Sutton Coldfield Town will include new recruit Darren Grocutt in their ranks for a match which manager Chris Keogh describes as a "must-win" tomorrow.Read
Mark Yates has completed a double loan deal to bolster Kidderminster Harriers' attack and defence ahead of tomorrow's clash at their old rivals Hereford United.Read
Chasetown 1 Stourbridge 0Read
Colin Stoner is The Birmingham Post's non-league football correspondent. He is also jack-of-all-trades on the minority sport front from motorsport to rugby league, table tennis to badminton...and korfball.
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