CHURCH Stretton made it through to the fourth round of the Midlands Junior Vase without even touching the ball after they were given a walkover in their tie with St Leonards.

They return to Midlands Four West (North) League action this weekend with a home clash against neighbours Clee Hill.

It will be a tough test for the Shrewsbury Road side who have lost all of their league games so far, scoring just 12 points in the process.

Clee have won two of their five matches.

In Midlands Four West (South), Tenbury also face a tricky contest at home to third-placed Harbury.

Cleobury Mortimer take on Newcastle in Midlands Two West (North) looking to bounce back from their narrow 15-13 defeat at the hands of Ludlow last time out.

The Love Lane outfit have just one win to their name but will be confident of picking up their second with home advantage against their Staffordshire visitors.

Ludlow head to high-flying Crewe & Nantwich while in Midlands Five West (North), Bishop's Castle will be hoping to maintain their place at the top of the pile with victory at Linley.