Football
Sporting to tackle Earls

By Jamie Arrowsmith Thursday 15 November 2012 Updated: 22/11 12:25

BROMSGROVE Sporting will hope to return to action tomorrow with a trip to Earlswood Town.

The Rouslers saw their Midland Combination Premier Division Clash at Bloxwich postponed on Saturday which denied them the chance to move into top spot.

Earlswood, who sit sixth in the table, currently play their home games at Studley FC’s The Beehive, where Sporting starting playing their home matches two years ago.

THE Reserves made it 11 wins from 11 matches with a 2-1 Division Two victory over Walsall Wood Reserves.

Throughout their fantastic run they have scored 49 goals, whilst conceding just eight.

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