Kidderminster maintained their presence in the top four of the West Midlands Premier League after a 5-1 victory at Bloxwich.

Their relegation-threatened hosts were straight out of the blocks and with Kidderminster starting slowly, captain Chris Pocknell's men were forced onto the back foot.

They trailed by 1-0 at the break but responded in determined fashion after a tactical switch.

Matt Edwards equalised and Simon Burkes, Andy Pocknell and Paul Edwards put them comfortably in front before the skipper completed the scoring with the last touch of the game.

Kidderminster seconds thought they had eased their relegation worries with a 3-2 success over Stafford with David Mills on target twice and Rupert Upson also finding the net.

But the game was abandoned after a serious injury to a Stafford player so the result remains in doubt.