Non-League Football: Scott puts Town on top; MIDLAND ALLIANCE.STRATFORD TOWN climbed to the top of the table with their hard fought 1-0 victory over visitors Oadby Town.
Scott Darroch struck the only goal, a header from Paul O'Brien's corner on 63 minutes in a game that was held up for 15 minutes due to floodlight failure.
Darroch could have added a second in the dying seconds but Oadby also had their chances with Jimenez twice going close to earning the Leicestershire outfit a share of the points.
Studley continued their impressive form as they climbed to second following a 2-1 victory over Coalville Town. Steve Duncan headed the opener after ten minutes with Anthony Ribinson adding a second two minutes from time. Ashley Warner reduced the arrears in the 90th minute, but the home side managed to hold out for victory despite having Ricky Marshall and Mark Beddowes sent off.
Alvechurch pulled off the shock result of the day with a 3-1 victory at former leaders Rocester.
Brett Fitzpatrick and Keith Rostill scored either side of half-time before Rochard Mitchell clawed one back for Rocester with a penalty.
But Alvechurch restored their two-goal cushion when Liam O'Shea found the net.
Bridgnorth Town grabbed a 4-0 win at lowly Stafford Town with goals from Kevin Seabury Kevin Seabury (born 24th November 1973, Shrewsbury) was a professional footballer who most notably played for his home-town club Shrewsbury Town.
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Stourbridge's dismal home record continued. A late Scott Gennard goal failed to lift them as visitors Westfields grabbed a 2-1 victory. Paul Burton and Scott Jackson Scott Jackson may refer to:
A Lee Dawson hat-trick helped Quorn to a 4-0 defeat of Racing Club Warwick while an Ian Kirkham header helped Causeway United to a 2-1 victory over Barwell.
Vetran Mark Holdcroft ran riot for Rushall Olympic hitting all four goals in their 4-3 defeat of visitors Ludlow Town. The home side led 4-1 at the break with Shaun Humphries hitting a double for Ludlow.
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