ALBION suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Stoke City Ladies in the FA Women’s Premier League Northern Division.
Leanne Mitchell's second-half strike was not enough to salvage a point for the Baggies on Remembrance Sunday.
With little chances created in the opening stages, it was Stoke that went ahead in the 21st minute when Ashleigh Hayes collected a Hollie Gibson left-wing cross to fire home from close-range.
The Baggies fell further behind just ten minutes before the interval when Asher found space inside the box to head a Keryakoplis curling free-kick past Kinnerley.
Despite being two-goals down at the break, Albion refused to give up and got their just rewards thanks to Mitchell's seventh goal of the season.
The inform striker latched onto a Lauren Price throughball to confidently slot past Hall giving the Baggies renewed hope of securing a point.
Nadia Bacciochi and Lauren Price both saw clear-cut chances thwarted as Albion rallied for a late equaliser, but the goal never came meaning Louis Sowe's side slipped to defeat in Staffordshire.
ALBION: Kinnerley, H. Price (Finn 58), Hull (c), Fellows, Burton, Finch, Mitchell, Kikomeko, James (Bacciochi 78), L. Price, Dale (Vincze 46).
Subs: Moore, Taho.
Albion visit Crusaders LFC in the Birmingham FA County Cup 2nd Round on Sunday, November 19 (ko 2pm).