Results Sunday 7th March 2004


Under 9 Red: Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Jake Basra, Calum Maguire) Christ the King 0, Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Ellis Farrell 2) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Harry Flynn, Jim Hemms), Mount Nod Highway 2 (Ivor Lawton, James Lovatt) Ernesford Dynamos 0

Under 9 Blue: A solid defence, well marshalled by Ryan Shaw ensured a clean sheet for Dunlop Juniors in an exciting encounter with Binley Woods. Sam Browne broke the deadlock to put Dunlop in front in the first half with Dominic Walsh capping a superb performance with the second goal whilst Ryan Moir added the third with a fine run and finish.

AT7 Youth 3 (Ryan Mandara 2, Jason Heer) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Ben Farmer), Binley Woods 0 Dunlop Juniors 3 (Sam Browne, Dominic Walsh, Ryan Moir), Brinklow Juniors 3 (Josh Brannon, Lewis Pepper 2) Finham Park Rangers 3 (Aaron Cassidy, David Clements 2), Chapelfields Colts 7 (Curtis Cutts 3, Lewis Normoyle 2, Matty Seddon, Tommy Emberson) London Road Lions 2 (Cameron Young, Jamie Blake), Christ the King 5 (Owen McBride 2, Ryan Berridge, C. Jordan) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Coventry Aquatics 0 Dunlop Dynamos 1, Whitley Juniors 6 (Lee Gough, Jayden Bickley, Shaun Williams, Liam Rock, Connor Clancy 2) Dunlop Jets 0


Under 10 Red: Despite a bright start, Christ the King went behind to a strong London Road side before Taylor McGregor rattled in three quick goals to give the Kings a 3-1 interval lead. After the break, Jack Stephenson made it 4-1 from the penalty spot with James Ritson adding a fifth. London Road were never out of the contest and they pulled a goal back only for Lewis Martin to secure a 5-2 win with a cool finish. Finham Park Rangers quickly took grip against Coventry Jaguar Youth. Early on in the game, a combination of James Corrigan, Michael Brown and Cieran McGrory set up Callum Mobley for an opportunity to bring a fine save from the Jaguar goalkeeper, Martin Reid. Finham went in front after a James Corrigan rebounded from the crossbar to fall kindly for twin brother Matthew to score from close range. The same player scored a second goal after good work by Harry Reece. Jaguar came back strongly and the Finham goalie, Gareth Price tipped a fierce drive from namesake, Joe Price over the crossbar and just before the end Reid saved well from George Davison as Finham took the points.

Ernesford Dynamos 6 (James Formstone 5, Liam Cairns) AT7 Youth 1 (Callum O’Sullivan), Finham Park Rangers 2 (Matthew Corrigan 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, London Road Lions 2 (Joshua Bird, Alex Lacey) Christ the King 6 (Taylor McGregor 3, James Ritson, Lewis Martin, Jack Stephenson), Whitley Juniors 0 Keresley Colts 4 (B. McNally, J. Ellis 2, A. Hand)

Under 10 Blue: Raff Williams was denied twice by the Coventry Jaguar woodwork as Chapelfields Colts pressed their case. It was not until the second half before Williams finally hit the target, scoring both goals in the Colts 2-0 win, the first coming just after half time and the second a minute from time as the Jaguar pressed for an equaliser. Mount Nod and Athletic played out a game that seesawed from end to end. The result was settled in the Highways favour when an Athletic throw in was headed clear by Lewis Power. The ball was picked up by Charlie Cook who ran at the Athletic defence, shrugging off two defenders before powering the ball into the top corner of the goal for the only score of the game. Christ the King continued with their fine run, picking up another three points after a 5-0 win over a hard working AT7 Youth. Despite Kyle Bhara once again impressive in the AT7 goal, t5he Kings went in at half time, two goals to the good, thanks to Jake Wells. In the second half, the Kings pressed home their advantage with further goals from Alex Dolby, Daniel Gummery and a hat trick strike from Wells.

Brinklow Juniors 4 (Craig Payne, Lee Huddlestone, Matthew Pine 2) Binley Woods 2 (Luis Gonzalez 2), Christ the King 5 (Jake Wells 3, Alex Dolby, Daniel Gummery) AT7 Youth 0, Coundon Cockerels 0 Caludon Youth 9, Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Chapelfields Colts 2 (Raff Williams 2), Morris Rangers 1 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 6 (Joshua Kane 2, Jacob Clark, Robert McCracken 2, Matthew Bruce), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Charlie Cook) Athletic United 0

Under 10 Green: A Paul Prinzel volley opened the scoring for Mount Nod in their 4-1 defeat of Leamington Hibernians. Ashley Harrison added to this before Prinzel grabbed his second to put the Highway 3-0 ahead. James O’Brien then pulled a goal back for the Hibs but Luke Purvis wrapped up the points for Mount Nod when scoring the fourth goal. Two Ryan Murray goals gave Pro Santos a well deserved advantage over a in form Finham Park Colts. David Stokes in the Finham goal then made a series of vital stops before Ben Bartlett scored twice to level at 2-2 to set up a frantic finish to an entertaining game. Brinklow Bulldogs finished top dogs after their game with Dunlop Juniors. Ben Stone put the villagers in front, doubling the lead on half time. The second half saw Dunlop battling back with a Sean Brennan goal but Danny Wood put Brinklow 3-1 in front as they finished impressively.

Brinklow Juniors 3 (Ben Stone 2, Danny Wood) Dunlop Juniors 1 (Sean Brennan), Coventry Colts 0 The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Mason Price, Steven Minard, Denis Murphy), Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Luke Thompson, Daniel Barnett, Ricki Dhasi) Athletic United 1, Finham Park Colts 2 (Ben Bartlett 2) Pro Santos 2 (Ryan Murray 2), Finham Park Rangers 1 Wyken Colts 3, Mount Nod Highway 4 (Paul Prinzel 2, Ashley Harrison, Luke Purvis) Leamington Hibernians 1 (James O’Brien), Wyken FC 3 (Adam Stringer, Luke Cheshire, Daniel Monger) Exhall Tigers 4 (Rohan Courts 2, Mikey Rawlings, Luke Spencer)


Under 11A: Finham Park were outplayed by Rugby Town, their only goal coming when Tom Annett levelled the Rugby opener in the first half before the Town added two more second half goals for a 3-1 win. Nic Whittam (2) and Craig Murch doing the damage. Dunlop applied the early pressure against Whitley but it was their hosts who went in front when Harry Freeman netted following a breakaway. A penalty award gave Jake Holt the chance to level for Dunlop before he set up Stephen O’Sullivan to give Dunlop a 2-1 interval lead. After the break, some excellent passing involving Holt, Luke Elliott and Stefan Grudzinski enabled Scott Drakeford to extend the Dunlop lead before Holt made it 4-1. Brandon Dacres pulled a goal back for Whitley before Grudzinski made it 5-2 with a shot from the edge of the penalty area.  

Chapelfields Colts Red 9 Brinklow Juniors 0, Christ the King 0 London Road Lions 3 (Ryan Haraburda 2, Michael Healy), Coundon Cockerels 4 Binley Woods 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Tom Reeve) Wyken FC 4 (Blake Arthur, Lewis Hancox, Kyle Hickman 2), PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 AT7 Youth 1, Rugby Town 3 (Nic Whittam 2, Craig Murch) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Tom Annett), Whitley Juniors 2 (Harry Freeman, Brandon Dacres) Dunlop Juniors 5 (Jake Holt 2, Scott Drakeford, Stefan Grudzinski, Stephen O’Sullivan)

Under 11B: Neither Coventry Colliery or Dunlop Dynamos could break the first half stalemate but a strong run and finish by Sam Griffiths put the Dunlop ahead in the second half. The Colliery quickly levelled with a Jermaine Buchanan strike but Russ Varnam scored twice, once from the penalty spot, to guide Dunlop home 3-1. Coventry Jaguar staged a late fight back against Finham Lions but the five goal advantage, Finham had built up was just too secure. Despite the number of goals, both goalkeepers played well, keeping the score down at both ends. Finham went ahead when Thomas Atkins scored with a low shot. Daniel McQuillan added a second before Daniel Abberley made it 3-0 with a powerful shot. After the interval, McQuillan added his second after an Atkins shot fell into his path before Harry Hudson made it 5-0. The Jaguar did not lay down and came back strongly to score three times through Andy Robertson (2) and Matthew Grainey to set up a tense finish to the game but the Lions stood firm, winning 5-3.

Coventry Colliery Colts 1 (Jermaine Buchanan) Dunlop Dynamos 3 (Sam Griffiths, Russ Varnam 2), Finham Lions 5 (Daniel Abberley, Thomas Atkins, Harry Hudson, Daniel McQuillan 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (A. Robertson 2, M. Grainey), Keresley Colts 5 Christ the King Rovers 1, London Road Colts 2 (Alex Kay, Thomas Wareing) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Robert Jones 4), Mount Nod Highway 0 Pinley NDC 6 (Louis O’Connor 3, Jake Donovan 2, Jordan Chandler), Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Thomas Elliott, Rhys Slatcher, Jacob Smith) Coventry Aquatics 2 (Jedd Featherstone 2), Wyken Wanderers 1 (Chay Thompson) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (R. Dyer)


Under 12A: Dale Sawyer, with a twenty-five yard shot into the top of the Whitley net put Coventry Jaguar on the way to three points in a very close affair. The crossbar and goalkeeper, Joe Price then came to Whitley’s aid before John Hayton equalised. At the start of the second half, a Sawyer corner kick fell for Nathan Fairchild to put the Jaguar 2-1 in front but once again, Whitley levelled with a goal by Hayton. With time running out, Sawyer and an Alistair Gibson spot-kick earned the Jaguar a 4-2 success. 

Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (Dale Sawyer 2, Alistair Gibson, Nathan Fairchild) Whitley Juniors 2 (John Hayton 2), Finham Park Rangers 1 (Robert Ogleby) PSA Peugeot Citroen 7 (J. Wright, M. Watson 2, C. Lowndes, D. Buckley, S. Kay, L. McGovern), Kenilworth Town 0 Christ the King 0, London Road Lions 0 Rugby Town 7 (E. Bale, J. Farrow 2, A. Baker, O. Chater, J. Goodwin 2), Mount Nod Highway 8 (Anthony Willis 2, Nathan Osbourne 2, Harry Ibbertson 3, Robert Prinzel) Stretton Athletic 2 (Sean Kelly 2)

Under 12B: Coundon Cockerels 2 (M. Gormley, T. Reilly) Pinley NDC 2 (Louis Evans, Jordan Hartopp), Ernesford Dynamos 3 Rugby Town (2002) 6 (Alex Czerniewski 4, Thomas Coy, Danny Grossman), Finham Park Colts 2 (Anthony Poole, John Schoales) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Kelvin Wilson, Liam Tweedie)

Under 12C: Morris Rangers and Kenilworth Juniors put on an exciting eight-goal thriller. It was Morris who won 6-2 but both goalkeepers, Satpal Singh (Morris) and Tom Williams (Kenilworth) denied the opposition many other scores. Morris went in front through Ameet Heir with their other strikes coming from Ben Warden, Sam Carvill and a hat trick by Charlie Hole with Alex Craddock netting twice for Kenilworth. Hawkes Mill Juniors returned to winning ways despite the resolute Binley Woods defence and a man of the match display by their goalkeeper. With most of the play inside the Binley half, Daniel Simmons set up Louis Stockil to open the Hawkes account with a cool finish. Two long balls from out of defence caught Hawkes Mill out twice and Paul Green capitalised on them to put Binley Woods 2-1 in front at half time. In the second half, Hawkes Mill piled on the pressure but struggled in front of goal before George Woodward broke up a Binley attack, moved forward to pass the ball though for David Pelser to beat to Binley defenders and the goalkeeper to equalise. Hawkes Mill grabbed the winner when Tim Majaya set Stockil free to score his second from an acute angle for a 3-2 win.

Binley Woods 2 (Paul Green 2) Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (David Pelsor, Louis Stockil 2), Longford Community FC 3 (Aaron Francis, Luke Rowe, Luke Gregory) Christ the King Rovers 0, Morris Rangers 6 (Ameet Heir, Ben Warden, Sam Carvill, Charlie Hole 3) Kenilworth Town Juniors 2 (Alex Craddock 2), Potters Green 3 (Ryan Harney 2, Alex Baker) All Nations FC 9 (Kieron Joseph 3, Bradley Lole, Wayne Hinks, Sanjay Chand 3, Lewis Downey)


Under 13A: Bedworth United 1 (Sam Reader) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Stephen McGowan 2, Harry Andreou), Binley Woods 0 Whitley Juniors 5 (Lee Morgan, Kane Jones, Mark Withers, Ainsley Carpenter 2), Central Ajax 5 (Simon Swinson, Matt Compton, Alex Cook, Lee Sallis, Jack Snell) PSA Peugeot Citroen 0, Christ the King 1 (Shaun Gaffney) Massey Ferguson Colts 2 (James Elliott, Danny Nealon), Coundon Cockerels 5 (Corey Williams 2, Liam Davies 2, Kiefer Lynch) Finham Park Rangers 0, Rugby Town 4 (Thomas Elliott, Alex Platt, Ryan Yemm, Peter Brough) Chapelfields Colts 0, St. Nicolas’ Boys 4 (Halley Davies, Logan Kane 3) Ash Green United 0, Wyken FC 2 (Lee Walters, Daniel Kennell) Bedworth Eagles 2 (Sam Bircher 2)

Under 13B: Allesley Aces 1 (Aaron Munro) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Gurjeet Minhas, Andrew Doherty, Joe Sheerman, Daryl Kelsey), Allesley Eagles 6 (Nathan Barton 2, Daniel Hayden, Chris Thompson, Adam Wood, Adam Boyce) The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Damien Edwards, Kieran Finnegan, Martin Maramba), AT7 Youth 4 (Danny Arnold, Jordan Little, Steve O’Donnell 2) Coundon Colts 1 (Daniel Blackwell), Christ the King Rovers 1 (Eliot Webster) Mount Nod Highway 0, Earlsdon FC 12 (James Hnatushka 3, Scott Hennell 2, Joe Atkins, Adam Lewis, Danny Barlow 2, Sam Dorrans, Peter Baldyga) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Sean Pollard, Paul turner, Tobie Watts 2) Coventry Aquatics 2 (Sebastian Guraya, Anthony Ostachuk), Whitley Colts 3 (Danny Maher, Lee Jonas, Wade Gilder) Rugby Town (2003) 0


Under 14A: Whitley Juniors found Coundon Cockerels a tough side to break down. They finally made the breakthrough when Bradley Deacon put Curtis Marriott through to score from an acute angle. The Cockerels then had a goal rules out before Matty Jardim doubled the Whitley lead with a shot on the turn. Dean Kimberlin added a third shortly after half time before Craig Cunniff scored a fourth completing a move that was started when goalkeeper Asa Pettit rolled the ball out to Steven Dee. Dee passed to Deacon who found Matty O’Kane with a long ball and he provided the cross from which Cunniff scored. Cunniff wrapped up a 5-0 win after Joe Hale had won the ball in midfield before setting up the opportunity.

AT7 Youth 1 (James Bartholomew) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Tom Ison), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 7 Norton Lindsey 0, Finham Park Rangers 4 (Joe Kelleher, Matty Holme 2, Jamie Finn) Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Alex Donaldson 2, Rob Haynes, James Owen), Firefighters 0 Bedworth Eagles 3 (Peter Finney, Craig Proctor, Liam Taylor) North Warwickshire College 0 Wallace JFC 4 (Gianni Dainty 2, Lee Pemberton, Gary Cotton), Whitley Juniors 5 (Curtis Marriott, Matty Jardim, Dean Kimberlin, Craig Cunniff 2) Coundon Cockerels 0

Under 14B: Coventry Jaguar Youth 5 (Sean Hudson, Karl Darby, Leigh Upton, David Callanan, Louis Lucas Carter) Spencer Sports 1 (Martin Brown), Finham Park Colts 10 (Adam Pickup 2, David Edden 3, Richard Bennett 2, James Marklew, Mitchell Batchelor) Rugby Town 2 (Nicholas Farrow 2)


Under 15A: Christ the King 3 (Craig Hatton 2, Luke Doughty) Whitley Juniors 6 (Ross Knight 2, Sean Sproul 2, Martin Cullinane 2), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Andrew Byron Stubbs) Marconi (Coventry) 3 (V. Griffin, J. Thompson, D. Watkin), Morris Rangers 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Callum Woodward, James Holton, Carl Williams), Nuneaton Griff 4 (Mark Williams, Tom Browett, Ryan Gudger, Daniel Pegler) Mount Nod Highway 0, Rugby Town 4 (L. Charlton 2, J. Grzegowski, R. Bains) Binley Woods 0

Under 15B: Bermuda Colts 2 (Dan Edmonds, Adam Garvin) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Jonathan Bailey), Brinklow Juniors 2 (Joe Shore, Shane Hunt) Pinley NDC 1 (Stuart Macauley)


Under 16A: North Warwickshire College moved eight points clear after a Ford strike saw them to a 1-0 defeat of Nuneaton Griff. Dunlop Juniors, 2-0 winners against lowly Hartshill Sports remain the only unbeaten side in the age group but several other teams also are in with a chance of success.

Chetwynd 0 Mount Nod Highway 3 (Sanchez McBean, Ricky Cutting, David Shepherd), Dunlop Juniors 2 (Mark Atkins, Andre Patterson) Hartshill Sports 0, Morris Rangers 5 (Michael Ward 2, Daniel Andrews, Anthony Bowells, Jamie Trew) Coundon Cockerels 2 (Sunil Jaspal, Daniel Westlake), Nuneaton Griff 0 North Warwickshire College 1 (R. Ford)

Under 16B: A nine-man Red Devil side equalised three times in the first half against Chapelfields Colts before the Colts managed to take a 5-3 lead. In the second half, as the Red Devils tired, Chapelfields made the most of their superior numbers to run out winners by 12-3, Scott Carter netting five times. Leaders White Hart Sports are slowly being hauled back as after taking a 2-1 lead over Corner Post Colts, they slipped to a 4-3 defeat. This gave Bedworth Eagles, 3-1 winners over Ernesford Dynamos and Jaguar Colts 4-2 winners aginst Wembrook, fresh impetus in their title challenges.

Baginton Guild 4 (Roy Patrick, Luke Coad, Andy Fraser, Matthew Chinn) Pinley NDC 1 (James Ward), Chapelfields Colts 12 (Scott Carter 5, Joe Roe-Martin 2, Shaun Williams, Will Edwards 2, Graham Tearne, Wayne Clarke) Coventry Red Devils 3 (Shahid Ahmed 2, Thuhel Abul), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Liam Hayward) Bedworth Eagles 3 (Scott McNie, Nathan Martin, Scott McCluskey), Jaguar Colts 4 (Kane Carver Smith 2, John Moynihan, Sam Crayton) Wembrook 2 (Richard Taylor, Jarinpaul Tut), White Hart Sports 3 (Jack Teggin, Richard Ould, James Wardle) Corner Post Colts 4 (Lewis Dhesi, Craig Corbett, Lyle McGrath)


Under 18 Red: Bilton Ajax 2 (David Riley, Andy Newman) Central Ajax 5 (Gary Morris, Kevin Hill, Nick Devereux), Castlehurst Colts 1 (Daniel Dalton) Bulkington Sports 1, Silhill Youth 3 (Sean McCarran, Martin Moran, Jerome Fleming) Christ the King 2 (Liam Shields 2)

Under 18 Blue: The speed and pace of the Sporting Athletic attack made sure that Coundon Old Boys suffered in the opening quarter of the game. Sporting raced into a two goal lead through Chris Blundell and William Cromwell before the Old boys got back into the game with a fortuitous goal when an attempted clearance in the Sporting goalmouth, ricocheted off of a Sporting player into an empty net. With the wind in the second half, Coundon grew much stronger and gained a share of the points when Lawrence Dann provided a defence splitting pass for Richard Elms to run onto and coolly slot in the equalising goal past a helpless goalkeeper.

Bedworth Athletic 3 (Tom Dally, Ryan Morris, Kyle Wykes) AT7 Youth 4 (David Kelly, Carl Dawson, Todd Flanaghan 2), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Lewis Small 2) Finham Park Rangers 1 (James Waggitt), GNP Sports 7 (Pav Somal, Jas Dosanjh 4, Inderpal Sangha, Gurjit Shergill) Allesley Athletic 2 (Daniel Doherty, Jack Weir), Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Aaron White) Hawkes Mill Juniors 5 (Anthony Allen, Adam Dixon, Dave Callaghan, Chris Webber, Matty Averns), Sporting Athletic 2 (William Cromwell, Chris Blundell) Coundon Old Boys 2 (Richard Elms, own goal), Whitley Juniors 3 (Martin Shaw 2, Shane Dunne) Cannon Park Colts 1 (Adam Said)