STOURPORT Swifts held title-chasing hosts Newark Flowserve 0-0 in the Midland Football League Premier Division.

The home starting line-up featured four new faces but they could not break through an outstanding defensive performance from Swifts.

The visitors coped with an injury-time dismissal for right-back Taylor Cordell after he received a second yellow card.

Swifts remain sixth in the table 10 points behind leaders Coventry United with Newark in second eight ahead.

Stourport host second-from-bottom Lye Town at Walshes Meadow on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Feckenham are up to fourth in Division Two after seeing off table-topping visitors Solihull United 3-0.

Daniel Murphy, Jamie Hatfield and Jake Donnelly scored for the hosts in the second half.

Ross Dempster (2) and Scott Smith guided Fairfield Villa to a 3-2 triumph at Coventry Alvis despite a red card for Matt Jackson.

Barnt Green Spartak went down 2-0 at Knowle and they head to Earlswood Town on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

Redditch Borough’s home game with Bolehall Swifts was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Second-placed Inkberrow continued their winning ways in Division Three with a 3-0 victory at AFC Solihull.

Nathan Davies (2) and Chris Parish guided the villagers, who visit Coventry Plumbing on Tuesday night (7.30pm), to victory.

Third-placed Welland drew 2-2 with leaders Sutton United 2-2.

Upton Town surprised hosts FC Shush 3-1 with Max Ferriday, William Green and Ryan Shemwell on target.