Tuesday Night seen Sutton Coldfield Town and Tamworth lock horns in The Birmingham Senior Cup at Coles Lane.
The Royals were missing 3 of the team that finished the game at Chasetown, on Tuesday 25th September.
Debuts were handed to Jake Bedford, Louis Keenan(on-loan from Rushall Olympic) and a full debut was handed to Reece Leek.
Tamworth had taken a side over to Cambridge earlier in the day, therefore all of The Lambs side on the night where products of their football academy, however 4 of the players have represented Tamworth so far this season.
Goals from Lee Parsons, Matty Gardener and Reece Leek pushed The Royals into a 3-0 lead inside 40 minutes. A very well taken strike right on Half-Time from Tamworth reduced the deficit.
Further goals in the Second Half from Kristian Ramsay-Dickson and substitute Carlos Thompson wrapped up the victory as The Royals progressed into the next round of the competition.
Manager Neil Tooth commented after the game: "We didnt expect Tamworth to bring many First Team players, given the fact they had a great win at Woking on Saturday and play Newport County this saturday. However, credit where credit is due, this squad that Tamworth sent over more than competed. They were organised and hungry and one of the strongest Under 19 sides Ive seen for a very long time."
"I was pleased with my players though, they competed and didnt take Tamworth lightly. I was pleased to be able to bring in players and give a couple of players the night off after the run of games we`ve had this season."
"We now regroup and focus on the Coalville game on Saturday, which will be our biggest test of the season so far, against the league leaders."