Competition: Birmingham Senior Cup

Lewis McPike

Signed in august 2020:Third spell at Tividale. First signed in July 2016, returned for a short while in February 2018. Player with electric pace and has an eye for goal. Due to his pace he can play down either flank as well as a striker. Joined up with manager Dave King and was top scorer with 27 goals in his final youth season. Also made a number of first team appearances at Stourbridge. Other clubs include Cradley Town, Littleton, Stourport Swifts and Sporting Khalsa

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TJ Munthali

First Signed in February 2018. Now a player coach. A physical and no nonsense “box to box” centre midfield player. Just as comfortable at right back or centre back. Previous clubs include Cradley Town and Wrens Nest.

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Tividale vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Birmingham Senior Cup
Round Two
Tuesday 14th January 2020
Tividale 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 6
Tividale get mauled by Wolves

In our last few games in the Birmingham Senior Cup against League or Premier League opposition we have come up against predominately youth team players, with older lads mixed in. So although natural and technical wise they are that much better, you are able to even it out with our physical strength.

Not with this squad of opposition players. Wolves came with their Under23’s making our squad as young if not younger than theirs. So they were just as physical as us added to this was the fact that we were playing the game on Sporting Khalsa’s 3G Aspray Arena (as it had been postponed twice before) it had all the making’s of a very difficult evening.

In the end Wolves progressed with a Boubacar Hanne hat-trick as Wolves dominated. With the score at 4-0 at half time we feared the worse especially after three screamers, two from
Hanne, the other from regular first team squad member Dion Sanderson. The fourth was scored by Renat Dadashov which was his first goal in gold and black following his summer transfer from Estoril just before the half-time whistle was blown.

Half Time:- Tividale 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4

Wolves came out with the same intensity in the second-half and added two more goals, with Dadashov doubling his tally ten minutes into the second period, before Hanne added his third to confirm his hat-trick with 15 minutes of the game remaining. But take nothing away from Tividale they battled away in a much improved second half and although they were never going to get anything from the game they ensure the score line did not get too embarrassing considering the opposition.

With the six goals under their belt, Wolves earned their place in the quarter-finals, and another away tie, as they head to National League North outfit Leamington FC in the next round.

Full Time:- Tividale 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 6


1Private: Ryan Cheshire Goalkeeper
2Joseph Burroughs Defender
3Tom Hurdman Defender
4Luke Carter 14 Midfielder
5Daniel Bryson 12 Defender
6Matthew Hunt Defender
7Bradley Welding Midfielder
8Liam Wilkinson Midfielder
9Daniel Smith 16 Forward
10Darragh Bustin Midfielder
11Curtis Cocking Midfielder
12Jacob Barnes 5 Defender
14Cameron Milne 4 Midfielder
15Sean Rowley Forward
16Tyree Clarke 9 Forward
17Private: Lewis Probert Defender