Menu:

Selections from Brierley ( J.B. of The Christian world.


Congratulations to St Mary’s on winning their 4 WMCFL Cup final at AFC Wulfrunians last Saturday. The winning goal was scored by Andy Beeston, who also picked up the Man of the Match award.

Congratulations to Clarendon on achieving their 7th league title. Under the leadership of Sir Roger Moore (the knighthood is in the post Roger), Clarendon went through the season unbeaten in the league, scoring an incredible 112 goals!

It would be remiss of me not to start this weeks preview by congratulating Clarendon on securing their 7th Division One title last weekend. Their 5-2 win over Zion Athletic combined with St Mary’s being held at Rowley College meant they have built an unassailable lead at the top of the table. This weekend could see the Division Two title being wrapped up by St Andrew’s if they win against Renewal Solihull.

Chawn Hill v St Mary’s – Chawn charge up the table continued with last weeks defeat of Charlemont and they can put pressure on St Mary’s for their league runners up birth if they can take the win over them this weekend. St Mary’s have won the previous 2 games against Chawn this season, the latest of these the 4-0 cup semi-final win two weeks ago.

City Church v Charlemont – City bounced back from their cup semi-final disappointment with a fine 6-1 home defeat of Wednesbury, which will secure them a mid table birth come the end of the season, removing any question of being dragged in to the relegation battle. Charlemont are in fight to retain their Division One status, and their back to back wins against the Zion’s in recent weeks have put them back in the mix to survive, plus they have games in hand.

Connect v Zion City – The bottom two meet at Saltley where Zion need the points to avoid losing touch with those above them. Connect put back to back draws together before their last game (a 5-0 defeat at Clarendon), but I did hear that Connect had Clarendon pinned at 1-0 for much of the game. Zion City games normally guarantee goals, so I’m predicting a high scoring game this weekend.

Congratulations to St Mary’s on winning their 4 WMCFL Cup final at AFC Wulfrunians last Saturday. The winning goal was scored by Andy Beeston, who also picked up the Man of the Match award.

Congratulations to Clarendon on achieving their 7th league title. Under the leadership of Sir Roger Moore (the knighthood is in the post Roger), Clarendon went through the season unbeaten in the league, scoring an incredible 112 goals!

It would be remiss of me not to start this weeks preview by congratulating Clarendon on securing their 7th Division One title last weekend. Their 5-2 win over Zion Athletic combined with St Mary’s being held at Rowley College meant they have built an unassailable lead at the top of the table. This weekend could see the Division Two title being wrapped up by St Andrew’s if they win against Renewal Solihull.

Chawn Hill v St Mary’s – Chawn charge up the table continued with last weeks defeat of Charlemont and they can put pressure on St Mary’s for their league runners up birth if they can take the win over them this weekend. St Mary’s have won the previous 2 games against Chawn this season, the latest of these the 4-0 cup semi-final win two weeks ago.

City Church v Charlemont – City bounced back from their cup semi-final disappointment with a fine 6-1 home defeat of Wednesbury, which will secure them a mid table birth come the end of the season, removing any question of being dragged in to the relegation battle. Charlemont are in fight to retain their Division One status, and their back to back wins against the Zion’s in recent weeks have put them back in the mix to survive, plus they have games in hand.

Connect v Zion City – The bottom two meet at Saltley where Zion need the points to avoid losing touch with those above them. Connect put back to back draws together before their last game (a 5-0 defeat at Clarendon), but I did hear that Connect had Clarendon pinned at 1-0 for much of the game. Zion City games normally guarantee goals, so I’m predicting a high scoring game this weekend.

“A great job completed to an excellent standard. we would highly recommend his company to anyone.  We are extremely happy with the work undertaken and will seek to use Ephs company for future work we have planned. Thanks again to Ehp and his team.”

“Would highly recommend this company. Very hardworking, courteous, tidy and punctual. The standard or their workmanship is excellent. Nothing too much trouble. We would definitely use them again. Thanks for the great job Eph”

Address
Station House,
Dunhampstead, Droitwich,
Worcestershire, WR9 7JX

55 Delph Lane,
Brierley Hill,
West Midlands, DY5 2YF

Contacts
Email: [email protected]
Free Phone: 0800 019 6618
Mobile: 07597 927 304


51WL0zWIynL