Wolverhampton 0 Warwick 1 Wolverhampton hosted Warwick in a relegation tussle at the foot of BodyKraft Midlands One, and the sides were evenly matched.
The home side came closest to a goal through two John Mackie short corners.
Wolves fought back to set up some decent chances, with Yuvender Prashal twice going oneon-one with the keeper.
However it was Warwick who snatched the points, reacting fastest to a hopeful hit into the D. Wolverhampton pushed for an equaliser until the end, but will now have to look to next weekend's double header to keep their season alive.
Man of the match was Kaval Jabbal. Wolverhampton II 3 Warwick II 3
The Seconds put in a fantastic performance at Warwick, and were comfortably in control at half-time through two goals from Harry Kalirai. Richard Carpenter crowned a man of the match performance with the third to seemingly secure three vital points. However Warwick did not know they were beaten, and snatched a draw with six seconds on the clock.
Wolverhampton III 2 Warwick III 7
The third team faced a strong Warwick side, and it was the visitors who had the better of a decent first half, going in two up. Warwick made things comfortable with two quick goals after the break, but the home side fought back through Brij Azad and man of the match Nick Hammond. Unfortunately the class of the visitors then told, as they stepped up a gear for a convincing win. Wolverhampton IV 0 Cannock V 9
Wolves Fours made the home side work hard for their 4-0 half-time lead. Adecent re-start for the visitors, with some good runs from Sanjeev Shukla and Jon Maybury, but Cannock tightened the noose and ran out comfortable winners. Wolverhampton V 2 Telford V 3
The fifth team put in their performance of the season away to Telford, and dominated much of the game, with goals from James Kelly and Tim Lorimer. However, Telford had a young, quick side and took advantage of tired Wolverhampton legs to snatch a late win. Man of the match was debutant goalkeeper Danvir Rhandhama.