John Bryan Coventry Minor League
Results Sunday 14th March 2004
Under 9 Red: Dunlop Juniors 0 Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Aaron Pointer, Sam Proctor, Cameron Lowe), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 Coventry Jaguar Youth 9, Whitley Juniors 1 (Kai Ramsay) AT7 Youth 2 (R. Fletcher, B. Williams)
Under 9 Blue: Lewis Chester opened the scoring for Dunlop Juniors against third placed Chapelfields Colts but shortly afterwards, the Colts deservedly equalised. With both teams well matched, two goals from Dominic Walsh and a Sam Browne penalty gave Dunlop the advantage before Chapelfields pulled another goal back. Drew Moloney then capped a hard working performance, running the ball from within his own half before slotting in the last goal of a 5-2 win. The hard working London Road Lions also matched second placed Whitley Juniors. Twice the Lions went ahead with strikes from Kieran McFadden and Aaron Beard but each time the Juniors levelled the score as Jaydon Bickley and Liam Rocke scored. Jordan Hiscox put Whitley ahead for the first time before a second goal by Rocke earned Whitley three valuable points in a 4-2 win.
AT7 Youth 4 (Lentine Shaw 2, Jason Herr 2) Coventry Aquatics 0, Dunlop Juniors 5 (Dominic Walsh 2, Lewis Chester, Sam Browne, Drew Moloney) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Curtis Cutts, Lewis Normoyle), Ernesford Dynamos 1 Dunlop Dynamos 5 (Joseph Smith, Tyler Haddow 2, Thomas Connolly, Lewis Powney), Finham Park Rangers 3 (Vicky Lawless, David Clements 2) Christ the King 2, Whitley Juniors 4 (Liam Rocke 2, Jaydon Bickley, Jordan Hiscox) London Road Lions 2 (Kieran McFadden, Aaron Beard)
Under 10 Red: Ernesford took the game to Chapelfields with James Formstone giving the Dynamos the lead, midway through the first half. A few words of wisdom at half time by the Chapelfields management geed up their team in the second half and they were soon level when Alex Winders scored. Try as they might neither side could then break through and the game ended all square at 1-1. An early Matthew Corrigan goal for Finham set the pace for an exciting game with Christ the King. Once Finham had gone in front, the Kings started to take hold of the game and a left foot shot by James Ritson pulled the teams level again. The Kings went straight onto the attack at the start of the second half with a shot from Lewis Martin hitting an upright before Taylor McGregor grabbed the winner for Christ the King two minutes fromtime.
Chapelfields Colts 1 (Alex Winders) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (James Formstone), Christ the King 2 (James Ritson, Taylor McGregor) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Matthew Corrigan), Whitley Juniors 3 Kenilworth Wardens 8
Under 10 Blue: Goals from Corey Carpenter and Ben O’Hara kept Caludon Youth eight points clear at the top, winning 2-0 against Coventry Jaguar whilst Christ the King thanks to braces by Jack Reilly and Matthew Pine held on to second lace after a 6-0 win against fourth placed Binley Woods.
AT7 Youth 6 (Alex Forster 3, Mason Osborne 3) London Road Lions, Balsall & Berkswell 1 (M. Dobson) Brinklow Juniors 5 (Lee Huddlestone 2, Matthew Pine 2, Nathan Arundel), Binley Woods 0 Christ the King 6 (Jack Reilly 2, Jake Wells, Ashley Pope 2, Declan Keogh), Caludon Youth 2 (Corey Carpenter, Ben O’Hara) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Chapelfields Colts 1 (Raff Williams) Athletic United 2 (Cee Jay Walker 2), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Thomas Parker) Morris Rangers 2 (Nasir Said 2)
Under 10 Green: A second half strike by Luke Spencer earned Exhall a 1-0 win against Keresley Colts after the Keresley goalie had denied the Tigers several times during the game. Pro Santos and Athletic United played out a seven-goal thriller in abysmal conditions. Ashley Gilder put Athletic in front only for Ryan Caputo to level direct from a corner kick. Luke Watson restored the Athletic lead but Connor King equalised for the second time. Early in the second half, Gilder put Athletic back in front but once again Caputo, earning his man of the match award, levelled for Pro Santos before Ryan Murray put his side ahead for the first time with just a few minutes left, a goal that gave Pro Santos a 4-3 win. Pinley NDC claimed all three points with a 3-0 defeat of Ernesford Dynamos. The Dynamos dominated the first half but could not translate their superiority into goals before a second half double strike by Leighton Donovan put Pinley in charge. Jordan Greatrex adding the third goal for Pinley.
Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (Lewis Robinson 2, Michael Pearson, Thomas Pittaway) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Connor Brown), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kayne Mann, Liam Oglesby 2) Finham Park Colts 0, Exhall Tigers 1 (Luke Spencer) Keresley Colts 0, Leamington Hibernians 13 Coventry Colts 1, Pinley NDC 3 (Leighton Donovan 2, Jordan Greatrex) Ernesford Dynamos 0, The Boat FC Juniors 3 (James Goggins, Declan McCann, Andrew Barnacle) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Christian Lynch), Pro Santos 4 (Ryan Caputo 2, Ryan Murray, Connor King) Athletic United 3 (Luke Watson, Ashley Gilder 2)
Under 11A: Chapelfields Colts (Red) became the first team to claim a championship trophy this season as their 4-1 win at Wyken and Finham Park Rangers 5-5 draw with Dunlop meant that the Colts cannot be caught. Skipper Harvey Perch bagged a brace with Luke Leahy and Thomas Kirby netting the other goals, Adam Ellis notching the Wyken reply. Finham went 4-0 in front against Dunlop Juniors before having to settle for the draw. Ethan Hall set up Tom Rawlings for the first, Sean Kirkwood added the second, an individual effort from Adam King made it 3-0 before Dunlop conceded an own goal from a Rawlings cross. Benedict Poole in the Finham goal, then twice denied the Dunlop attack before Dunlop got back into the game when following a corner kick by Ryan Cowley, Stefan Grudzinski headed in their first. This was followed with two goals from Jake Holt. Matt Budd made it 5-3 to Finham but Dunlop came back strongly with a Stephen O’Sullivan free kick before Luke Ellis drove in the equaliser. Almost straight from the kick off, Abdullah Dawud put Christ the King ahead against Coundon Cockerels. The game developed fairly evenly with Natasha Miles (Cockerels) keeping the Kings defence busy with her constant probing. Sam Murphy and Eddie Owen in the Kings midfield responded in kind and it was not until late in the second half that the Kings secured a 2-0 victory when Charlton McBride rifled in a left foot shot.
AT7 Youth 0 Rugby Town 7 (D. Dudgeon, L. Cope 3, C. Murch 2, R. Ingram), Brinklow Juniors 1 PSA Peugeot Citroen 1, Coundon Cockerels 0 Christ the King 2 (Abdullah Dawud, Charlton McBride), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Whitley Juniors 4, Dunlop Juniors 5 (Jake Holt 2, Stefan Grudzinski, Luke Ellis, Stephen O’Sullivan), Finham Park Rangers 5 (Tom Rawlings, Sean Kirkwood, Adam King, Matt Budd own goal), London Road Lions 9 (Ryan Haraburda 4, Martin Key, Lewis Gardner, Jack Chambers, Liam Brown) Binley Woods 0, Wyken FC 1 (Adam Ellis) Chapelfields Colts Red 4 (Harvey Perch 2, Thomas Kirby, Luke Leahy)
Under 11B: Three goals in the first ten minutes put Dunlop Dynamos in charge against a ten man Mount Nod Highway. Although Ryan Neale headed in a corner kick to pull a goal back, Mount Nod were always under pressure as Amit Gill went on to complete a first half hat trick. Niall O’Connor was superb in the Highway goal but was unable to deny Sam Lloyd (2), Sam Griffiths (3), Gill (4), Adam Collins and Adam Jones.
Coventry Aquatics 5 (Ryan Dry 2, Richard Crabb 2, Jedd Featherstone) Christ the King Rovers 3 (James Reidy 2, Connor Fitzgerald), Dunlop Dynamos 11 (Amit Gill 4, Sam Griffiths 3, Adam Collins, Adam Jones, Sam Lloyd 2) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Ryan Neale), Ernesford Dynamos 7 Coventry Colliery Colts 0, Finham Lions 4 (Ben Perry, Harry Hudson, Daniel McQuillan, own goal) Leamington Hibernians 2 (Alex Poulter, Lewis Nowat), Pinley NDC 1 (Michael Sheehy) Keresley Colts 4 (Niall Evans 3, Robert Westbrook)
Under 12A: Chapelfields Colts were denied an early lead when a twenty yard blast was headed clear by a Mount Nod defenders flying header. The Highway however were two goals to the good just after half time despite the efforts of the hard working Niall Buswell and Scott Patterson. The Colts pulled a goal back when Jake Blackwell worked his way down the flank to provide the ideal centre for Sean O’Donnell to scissor-kicked the ball into the Highway net Mount Nod made the score 3-1 late in the game.
Mount Nod Highway 3 (Ricky Hill, Anthony Willis, Lewis Harvey) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Sean O’Donnell), PSA Peugeot Citroen 0 AT7 Youth 2 (Adam Civzellis, Damien Pratt)
Under 12B: Coundon Cockerels 7 (Martin Gormley 3, Troy Lally, Joe Murtagh, Tom Maddison, Scott Hyde) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Kelvin Wilson, Marc Breslin) Pinley NDC 5 (Jack Case 3, Louis Evans, James Chalmers), Finham Park Colts 2 (Jonathan Schoales, Tom Edden) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Kurandeep Sharma 2)
Under 12C: Potters Green held out for a well-earned 1-1 draw with Hawkes Mill Juniors. Goalkeeper Sam Blakeman earned the man of the match accolade with his performance behind his very competent team that played with first half wind advantage. The Potters were ahead inside the first ten minutes thanks to Conor McLean although Hawkes Mill came into their own in the latter part of the first period. After the break, it was the Hawkes who dominated and took control only to be denied an equaliser by the performance of Blakeman but finally a Luke Russell free kick was headed in by Chris Sarson to make the score 1-1. Late in the game Potters Green broke through and it took a brilliant interception by Joel Robins to clear away the danger.
Potters Green 1 (Connor McLean) Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Chris Sarson) Pro Santos 3 (Gerome Donker, Greg Binns, Luke Coen) All Nations 3 (Wayne Hinks, Kieron Joseph, Levi Graig), Wyken Aces 4 (Joe Entwhistle 3, Billy Gallagher) Ryona FC 1 (Kieran McMurray)
Under 13A: Ash Green United 0 Whitley Juniors 7 (Kane Jones, Luke Sealey 2, Dave Freeman 2, Ainsley Carpenter 2), Bedworth Eagles 1 (Sam Bircher) St. Nicolas’ Boys 2 (Logan Kane 2), Binley Woods 1 (Callum Ogilvie) PSA Peugeot Citroen 6 (JJ Johnstone 4, Chris Saunders, Ashley Lowndes), Christ the King 6 (Robbie Cunningham, Danny Spencer, Nathan Robinson 3, Adam Whittingham) Bedworth United 1 (Casey Willden), Coundon Cockerels 4 (Connor Thwaites, Liam Davies, Kieran Sheridan, Corey Williams) Central Ajax 6 (Simon Swinson, Lee Sallis, Alex Cooke, Henry Leaver, Jaspreet Sodhi 2), London Road Lions 4 (James Collins 2, Darren Jackson, Joe Cahill) Chapelfields Colts 0, Massey Ferguson Colts 4 (Nathan Harvey 3, Danny Nealon) Rugby Town 1 (Alex Platt) Wyken FC 5 (Callum Taylor, Ashley Holmes 3, Sam Nicholls) Dunlop Juniors 0
Under 13B: AT7 Youth 5 (Peter Monger, Steve O’Donnell, Danny Arnold, Jordan Little 2) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Christ the King Rovers 6 (Daniel Wall 2, Jamie Simmons, Darren Batchelor 3) Allesley Aces 2 (Aaron Munro 2), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Michael Cotter 2) Coundon Colts 5 (Luke Walker, Daniel Blackwell 3, Josh Darcy), Radford Rangers 0 Earlsdon FC 4 (Scott Hennell, Jack Edgar 2, Andy Ruane), Whitley Colts 8 (Wade Gilder, Lee Jonas, Joe Clarke, Danny Maher 3, Matty Gardener 2) Allesley Eagles 0
Under 14 Knock Out Cup: Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Michael Wallace, Peter Williams, Jack Pearson) Wallace JFC 2 (Ryan Conneely, Danny O’Shea)
Under 14A: A seven game unbeaten run by Whitley Juniors continued with a fine 1-1 draw with front-runners, PSA Peugeot Citroen. Despite the game being very competitive in the atrocious conditions, referee Chris Pemble was left congratulating both teams on their sportsmanship. With the breeze in their favour, Whitley went ahead after a diagonal pass from Steven Dee was collected by Kurtis Marriott who netted from a tight angle. More good midfield play between Luke O’Kane, Adam Bannister and Dion Barrett put Matty Jardim in on goal but a superb saving tackle by Gavin McBride saved the day for Peugeot. In the second half, the roles were reversed as Peugeot went on all out attack and it needed a brilliant tackle by Bradley Deacon to prevent former teammate, Tom Ison from scoring. Aca Pettite in the Whitley goal made a succession of fine stops but he was unable to prevent Chris Corkery scoring the Peugeot goal that earned the draw.
Bedworth Eagles 0 Rugby Town (2002) 0, Binley Woods 2 (Alex McBride, Carl Gardner) North Warwickshire College 3 (Matthew Dickie 2, David Lipman), Coundon Cockerels 0 AT7 Youth 11 (Paul Cash 4, Chris Wilson 4, Aaron Bicker, Callum McKay, James Levantini), Mount Nod Highway 4 (Daniel Tucker, Michael Puffett 2, Mathew Oates) Norton Lindsey 1 (Adam Streeter), Whitley Juniors 1 (Kurtis Marriott) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Chris Corkery)
Under 14B: Ernesford’s physical presence helped them to control proceedings against Christ the King with Paul Friday striking in each half, the Dynamos won a scrappy game 2-0. Coundon Court rediscovered their scoring touch after a lean spell, slamming Spencer Sports 10-1. Despite the efforts of Mike McCann in goal, Spencer had no answer as Ryan Webb, Rich Nelmes, Sid Elms, Darren Mohan, Jake McDonnell and Martyn Stickley all found the back of the net, Martin Browne notching the Spencer consolation.
Brinklow Juniors 4 Phoenix FC 8, Coundon Court 10 (Ryan Webb 3, Rich Nelmes 2, Martyn Stickley 2, Jake McDonnell, Sid Elms, Darren Mohan) Spencer Sports 1 (Martin Browne), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Paul Friday 2) Christ the King 0
Under 15A: Leaders Nuneaton Griff were given an almighty fright by Marconi. With eighteen minutes to play, the visitors held a 2-0 lead thanks to strikes by Watkin & Thompson before goals from Matthew Travis and Jamie Cullen bought them level. A last minute penalty converted by Tom Browett gave the Griff all three points. Two goals by Ross Knight kept Whitley in the hunt for honours as they fended off the challenge of Morris Rangers 2-1 and Rugby Town did their title aspirations no harm as David Kolodynski scored three times in a 5-1 win at Christ the King. Ben Malone and Luke Thomas both netted three times as Coundon Cockerels also kept in touch with a 10-1 defeat of Dunlop Juniors.
Christ the King 1 (Craig Hatton) Rugby Town 5 (Joe Grzegowski, David Kolodynski 3, Ricky Bains) Coventry Colliery Colts 2 (Lee McCormack, Louis Reynolds) Mount Nod Highway 4 (Scott Dowd, Todd Howarth 2, Ricky McCloskey), Dunlop Juniors 1 Coundon Cockerels 10 (Ben Malone 3, Luke Thomas 3, Ross Wimbush, Ashley Hooker, Joe Holcroft, Cameron Pringle Andrews), Ernesford Dynamos 3 (John Gowers, Richard McArdle, Earl Allen) Binley Woods 3 (Jason Hardy, Ben Dumbleton, Shayne Freeman), Nuneaton Griff 3 (Tom Browett, Matthew Travis, Jamie Cullen) Marconi (Coventry) 2 (D. Watkin, J. Thompson), Whitley Juniors 2 (Ross Knight 2) Morris Rangers 1 (Lee Grainger)
Under 15B: Coventry Boys Club moved four points clear after their 3-0 defeat Of Finham Park whilst nearest rivals, Bermuda Colts and Brinklow Juniors slogged out a 2-2 draw. Coventry Jaguar joined them in joint second after easing past Hawkes Mill 2-1.
Bermuda Colts 2 (Adam Garvin, James Brindley) Brinklow Juniors 2 (D. McDonald, S. Hunt), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Jag Nijjar 2) Hawkes Mill Colts 1 (Richard McKissock), Finham Park Rangers 0 Coventry Boys Club 3 (Justin McCarthy, Sheku Kargbo 2)
Under 16A: North Warwickshire College had to come from behind to defeat Coventry Sphinx. A three goal burst just before half time helped them to a 5-2 success, Dave Barnett scoring twice for the College, Sam Cooper doing likewise for the Sphinx. This win means that only Dunlop, whose game fell foul of the weather, can now stop the College taking the championship. Bedworth United shared a 1-1 draw with Chetwynd whilst Christ the King enjoyed a 2-0 win at Coundon Cockerels.
Bedworth United 1 (Kyle Grantham) Chetwynd 1 (Ali Clarke), Coundon Cockerels 0 Christ the King 2 (Conal Cunningham, Ben Morgan), North Warwickshire College 5 (Dave Barnett 2, Glen Randle, Rob Ford, Danny Olner) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Sam Cooper 2)
Under 16B: Bedworth Eagles 6-0 win at Wembrook propelled them into pole position in the B division after White Hart Sports saw their game washed out. A superb second half performance by Baginton Guild (Anthony Field 2) just failed to upset Corner Post Colts who held on for a 4-2 win, Lewis Dhesi grabbing a brace.
Corner Post Colts 4 (Lewis Dhesi 2, Steven McGinty, Lyle McGrath) Baginton Guild 2 (Anthony Field 2), Wembrook 0 Bedworth Eagles 6 (Nathan Martin, Scott McNie, Ben Morris, Scott McCloskey, Nathan Jones, Gio Green)
Under 18 Red: Christ the King 1 (Kieran Amphlett) Central Ajax 2 (Rory Noonan, Daniel Freeman), Coundon Cockerels 1 ((Paul Evans) Castlehurst Colts 2 (Andy Rowe 2), Silhill Youth 2 (Mark Moran 2) Bulkington Sports 1 (Sean Judge)
Under 18 Blue: Two well taken individual goals by David Lancaster, a thirty Yard screamer from James Waggitt and a tap in Rushi Athwal goal were enough for Finham Park Rangers to hold off a spirited challenge by AT7 Youth by 4-0. Coundon Court Old Boys and Whitley Juniors both created plenty of chances with the goalkeepers playing crucial roles in the game. After a goal less first half, the second began in torrential rain but it was another twenty minutes before the break through occurred. Coundon’s Paul Sowerby was played through for a one on one with the Whitley goalkeeper who bravely dived at Sowerby’s feet. The ball rebounded to the feet of Steven Quinney who promptly lashed it into an unguarded net to earn the Old Boys a 1-0 win.
AT7 Youth 0 Finham Park Rangers 4 (James Waggitt, David Lancaster 2, Rushi Athwal), Chapelfields Colts 8 (Jim Connolly 3, Nathan Watts 2, Lewis Carroll 2, Danny Longbottom) Allesley Athletic 0, Coundon Court Old Boys 1 (Steven Quinney) Whitley Juniors 0, GNP Sports 2 (Jaz Dosanjh 2) Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Andy Morrissey)