STOURBRIDGE'S play-off semi-final against Alvechurch will now take place at Lye Meadow tomorrow (Saturday, May 4).

The clash had initially been due to take place last Wednesday night but was postponed by the Southern League Central. 

The league decided the game would have to be postponed due to the second semi-final between King's Lynn and Stratford previously being called off.

That game was put on hold due to an FA enquiry into Stratford Town allegedly fielding an ineligible players this season.

The league believed it would be in the interest of fairness that both games take place at the same time.

However, that postponement threw up more issues for the clubs, especially with the Glassboys only able to play at the War Memorial Ground on certain days.

The game was then thought to be taking place on Thursday, was then moved to Bank Holiday Monday before bungling league officials evenually settled on Saturday.

But it means the Glassboys have lost home advantage despite finishing about Church this season.

Stour boss Gary Hackett has described the situation as "shambolic".

Read his thoughts here: Hackett keen for football to be the focus again