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Grundy and Bradder had initially been persuaded to stay on at The Oval by the players and the back-room staff after deciding to end their 14 months in charge at the Dr Martens Western side following a meeting last Thursday.
Paul Moseley rattled a hat-trick as Bulkington dumped Kingsbury Methodist 5-1, Richard Gill and Chris Hartle completing the tally and Steve Bradder replying.
The Greenbacks management team of Gary Bradder and Dave Grundy already have an eye on their plans for the 2001-2 campaign.
The response has been terrific so far with the likes of keeper Lee Spencer, Paul Olner, Bobby Parker, Gary Bradder, Mark Neale, Alan Brotherton, Jocker Kennell, Steve Jackson and Malc Randle all wanting to play and help out their old club," said Bradbury.
Greenbacks joint bosses Gary Bradder and Dave Grundy will have to juggle their resources after ruling out four players for the second-round tie at the Oval.
Dave Grundy and joint-boss Gary Bradder stress they have not given up on the current campaign just yet, but are already noting where they need to improve for next term.
Gary Bradder played his first 90 minutes of the season and his experience in a midfield holding role was crucial.
Drewitt, who had initially been appointed caretaker manager after the exit of Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder at the end of February, has been encouraged by the introduction of several younger players, but their close-season requirement for he and Law will simply be headed: experience.
Moran camwe up through Sutton's youth team and having been handed his first-team debut by Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder in 1999m he has been an influential part of Chris Keogh's decade in charge of the British Gas Business League Midlands Division side.
In a special fund-raising match, the likes of Andy Rammell, Bobby Parker, Malc Randle, Gary Bradder, Robin Judd, Lee Spencer and many others, including guests Dean Thomas and Ian Crawley, donned their boots in wet conditions under the management duo of Atherstone legends Ron Bradbury and Bob Stockley.
Bermuda, whose tie was switched to Dudley from Kidderminster at late notice, battled determinedly to progress with a 2-1 win at Wollescote in which veteran Gary Bradder levelled with a ten-yard volley after the hosts had gone a goal up early on against the run of play.
Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder could quite happily justify the tag as the great 'wheeler-dealers' after revamping Bedworth United.