Jake Cresswell headed the hosts into an early lead, then doubling their advantage on the hour through Luke Shearer, Jacob Wright closing the gap on 86 minutes for the saints. The scoring completed just before time by Alvechurch’s Rico Taylor.
High flying Quorn started the game in 3rd place but in the end were comprehensively beaten by a fast starting Wood, ahead after just 48 seconds they added a second on 20 minutes and never looked like surrendering the lead to record another double.
Close to being Wood's worst performance of the season as they returned to their shot shy worst, they started brightly but some questionable defending by the visitors, who stole the game with a 62nd minuted headed goal made sure Wood got what they deserved
Kirby Muxloe was the venue for today’s fixture and we arrived to a decent clubhouse facility situated just to the South West of Leicester. Mid April and with both teams having nothing to play for other than pride, it was still a game I was looking forw
All goals coming late in the game, Kirby taking the lead through Reeve just before the hour, McPherson levelling for the saints on 90 minutes the deciding goal by Kirby’s substitute Seal deep in added time.
Continuing their fantastic revival, the Saints played fellow strugglers Gornal Athletic. Both teams have had many successes in the past month, this being a very important game for both teams.
Heathers goals coming in the first half from Mitch Woodbine FK
A tough test was ahead of Coventry Sphinx today as they made the trip to Tividale to take on the Midland Alliance league leaders. Tividale were suffering with some serious fixture congestion and I was hoping Sphinx could take advantage writes support Mart
Wood kept alive their chance of finishing in the top 6 with a last minute goal from substitute Dave Carns. A man of the match performance by Wood keeper Raajan Gill had kept them in the game until the deadlock was broken in the dying seconds, to move them
Heather St. John’s gained a well deserved victory against top four club Coleshill Town with a 1-0 win to keep their MFA survival hopes alive. After coming close on several occasions, the Saints finally broke the deadlock on 69 minutes, Hayden Johns head
Swifts gained revenge for their early season defeat by Wood in late September but they didn't have too much to beat as Wood playing their 5th game in 11 days turned in a lack lustre, tired looking performance, only waking up in the last 15 minutes.