John Bryan Coventry Minor League
Results 21st March 2004
BCFA County Sunday Youth Cup Semi Final: The contest between the two sides to decide who would represent the Coventry Minor League in this years Youth Cup Final went the way of Solihull based Silhill Youth. Steve Townsend and Kevin Lloyd scoring the goals that take them through after a 2-0 defeat of Hawkes Mill Juniors.
Hawkes Mill Juniors 0 Silhill Youth 2 (Steve Townsend, Kevin Lloyd)
Under 9 Knock Out Cup Semi Final: Mount Nod Highway 1 (Ivor Lawton) Ernesford Dynamos (Red) 4 (Tom Wedgebury 3, Fraser Miller)
Under 9 Red: A last minute penalty kick by Ryan Gough earned Coventry Jaguar Youth a 3-2 win over Coventry Sphinx Juniors. Callum Maguire put Jaguar ahead against the run of play but Danny McCann scored twice to put the Sphinx ahead only for Josh Brassington to score a second for the Jaguar before half time. After the break, chances came at both ends and until the late penalty award a draw looked the possible result.
Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Danny McCann 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Josh Brassington, Callum Maguire, Ryan Gough)
Under 9 Blue: AT7 Youth and Dunlop Juniors shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Drew Moloney put Dunlop ahead but AT7 were quickly level when Ciaran Gill perfectly met a centre with his forehead to brilliantly power in a goal from the edge of the penalty area. The two well matched teams tried hard to break each other down but the closest either came to a second goal was when AT7 rattled the Dunlop crossbar late in the game. Dunlop Jets and Coventry Jaguar Youth both created openings in a lively start to their contest. The Jets went ahead after Keenan McClure, Daniel Woodbridge and Jordan Hurst had combined for Keenan to score. Moments later, the same player made it 2-0 after a Woodridge shot had cannoned back off of the Jaguar crossbar. The visitors were killed off early in the second half when Hurst scored twice before William Yates made it 5-0 by tapping in a perfectly weighted pass from Adam Kocklebergh.
AT7 Youth 1 (Ciaran Gill) Dunlop Juniors 1(Drew Moloney), Brinklow Juniors 2 Dunlop Dynamos 3, Dunlop Jets 5 (Keenan McClure 2, Jordan Hurst 2, William Yates) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Finham Park Rangers 2 (Aaron Cassidy, William Hine) London Road Lions 3 Cameron Young 3), Whitley Juniors 0 Binley Woods 0
Under 10 Knock Out Cup Quarter Finals: Coventry Jaguar Youth reached their second cup semi final of the season with a 3-0 defeat of Binley Woods. The Woods played their full part in the match, hitting an upright but it was the Jaguar who coped with the blustery conditions. A through ball laid on by Louis Pittaway opened up the Binley defence for Robert Tressler to score the first goal. Joe Price made it 2-0 with Tressler grabbing the third after good work by Gurpreet Singh Due. Ernesford Dynamos just edged past Finham Park Rangers 1-0 in a very competitive game, the winning goal being scored by James Formstone ten seconds from the end of the game. George Davison hit the Ernesford upright direct from a corner kick with Jack Dobson putting a shot just wide at the other end before Finham’s’ Matthew Corrigan saw his shot well saved. Defences were very much to the fore in the second half and the only goal finally arrived following a corner kick by Finham. The ball was cleared upfield to Formstone who took his time to slot the ball past the despairing dive of Gareth Price for the only goal of the game. Caludon Youth made a bright start to their tie with Christ the King, Shaun Russell putting them in front after only ten minutes. The kings began to get to grips with the wind and James Ritson and Lewis Martin both saw efforts bounce back off of an upright before an equaliser arrived courtesy of the head of a Caludon defender. Jamie Green in the Kings goal then pulled of a flying save, turning a shot around a post to keep the scores even at half time. In the second half, Taylor McGregor put Christ the King ahead but the midfield of Jack Stephenson, William Huckvale and Connor Hennessey were kept busy by a Caludon side that would not give up and it needed a second goal with an excellent McGregor finish to seal a place in the semi finals for Christ the King. Chapelfields Colts finally came out on top against Kenilworth Wardens in a keenly contested cup tie. The game was a credit to all concerned in it and Chapelfields took the win 1-0 when Tom O’Callaghan scored midway through the second half.
Binley Woods 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth (Red) 3 (Robert Tressler 2, Joe Price), Caludon Youth 1 (Shaun Russell) Christ the King (Red) 3 (Taylor McGregor 2, own goal), Finham Park Rangers (Red) 0 Ernesford Dynamos (Red) 1 (James Formstone), Kenilworth Wardens 0 Chapelfields Colts (Red) 1 (Tom O’Callaghan)
Under 10 Red: London Road picked up an overdue win to lift themselves off of the foot of the league table. Jack Goodbody pulled off several saves to deny Keresley Colts in the first half before the Lions got to grips in the second half to score three times. Assists by Declan Corcoran and Jordan Deehan helped Josh Bird to a well taken hat trick.
London Road Lions 3 (Joshua Bird 3) Keresley Colts 0
Under 10 Blue: The Coundon Cockerels defence withstood early pressure before Alex Dolby broke through to give Christ the King the lead that was doubled by Jack Reilly before half time. In the second half, it was almost constant pressure by the kings and Jake Wells scored a third goal. The Cockerels then had a breakaway ending in a goal for Corey Shields but the Kings came back strongly and Declan Keogh and Alex Roddy wound up a 5-1 win.
Athletic United 4 (Cee Jay Walker, Jordan Dixon 2, Jamie Krumins) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Callum Davies), Coundon Cockerels 1 (Corey Shields) Christ the King 6 (Alex Dolby, Jack Reilly, Jake Wells, Alex Roddy, Charlie Owen, Declan Keogh), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Jordan Simms, Robert McCracken, Jacob Clark 2) Morris Rangers 1 (J. Chapman), Dunlop Juniors 1(Lewis Baurs) Brinklow Juniors (Jason Taylor 2, Nathan Arundel 2, Mathew Pine 2)
Under 10 Green: Coventry Colts picked up only their second point of the season with a battling display and a goal less draw with Brinklow Juniors. The whole tem was outstanding, goalkeeper Connor Shuttleworth twice denying the Brinklow attack on the few times they got past the rest of his team mates. Liam Pratt and Ryan Clark defended superbly, ably supported by Louis Johnston, Thomas Somers Reece Ewart and Ryan Windsor.
Chapelfields Colts 1 (Conor Browne) Athletic United 2 (Ashley Gilder Ryan Rowles), Coventry Colts 0 Brinklow Juniors 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Michael Pearson 2) Exhall Tigers 2 (Mikey Rawlings, Luke Spencer), Dunlop Juniors 2 (Sean Brennan, Luke Wensley) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Finham Park Rangers 2 (William Vines 2) Pro Santos 1 (Ciaran Taylor), Leamington Hibernians 3 (Harry Easterlow 3, Harvey White) Keresley Colts 2 (James Clyde, Ciaran Evans), Mount Nod Highway 3 (Luke Purvis, Paul Prinzel, Ashley Harrison) Finham Park Colts 2 (Jamie Bradbury 2), The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Steven Minard, Mason Price 2) Wyken FC 1 (Reece Garland)
Under 11A: Dunlop took an early lead against Coventry Sphinx when Stephen O’Sullivan latched onto a fine through ball from Jake Holt. Goalkeeper Ryan Copping was then forced into making two good saves to preserve the lead before O’Sullivan made it 2-0 following a cross from Jack Shilton. In the second half, the Sphinx played some good football but were unable to break through the Dunlop defence superbly marshalled by Ben Lyons. A goal scored direct from a corner kick that was quickly added to put Whitley Juniors 2-0 in front against Finham Park Rangers. Adam King pulled a goal back for Finham but Whitley scored three more and although Matt Budd and Tom Rawlings made it 5-3. it was a case of too little, too late for Finham. Christ the King goalkeeper, Richard Eaves was in superb for in the game with PSA Peugeot Citroen. Several times he denied Aaron Cooke and Chris Cox (Peugeot) the chance of opening the scoring but with Martin Yardley and Conor Walton battling in midfield, the game ended in a goal less draw.
AT7 Youth 1 (Sam Pepper) Wyken FC 6 (Taylor, Ellis 2, Arthur 2, Hancock), Chapelfields Colts (Red) 5 (Nathan Martin, Chris O’Shea, Luke Leahy, Brendan Sharp 2) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Ross Bagley 2, Oliver Wright), Christ the King 0 PSA Peugeot Citroen 0, Dunlop Juniors 2 (Stephen O’Sullivan 2) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0, Finham Park Rangers 3 (Adam King, Matt Budd, Tom Rawlings) Whitley Juniors 5 (Nathan Ley, Brandon Dacres, Harry Freeman 2, Callum Fleming), London Road Lions 1 (Liam Brown) Rugby Town 7 (Thomas Ryan, Ashley Clarke, Jordan Edginton, Nick Whittam, Craig Smith 3)
Under 11B: Dunlop Dynamos were put under pressure when Ernesford opened the scoring but Amit Gill soon levelled things again. Near the end of the first half, things were repeated with Ernesford and Dunlop both scoring again. Sam Griffiths put Dunlop ahead early into the second half and this was built on when Gill completed a fine hat trick before Daniel Randle wrapped up a 5-2 win for Dunlop with a well struck swerving shot.
Christ the King Rovers 0 London Road Colts 1 (Darren Joseph), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Daniel King, Lee Markham) Dunlop Dynamos 5 (Amit Gill 3, Sam Griffiths, Daniel Randle), Keresley Colts 6 (Robert Westbrook, Luke Hand, Niall Evans 2, Scott Miles 2) Wyken Wanderers 2 (Lewis Mitchell, Chay Thompson), Pinley NDC 3 (Louis O’Connor, Jake Donovan 2) Finham Lions 4 (Daniel McQuillan 2, Daniel Abberley, Thomas Atkins)
Under 12 Knock Out Cup Quarter Finals: Coventry Jaguar Youth moved into the semi-finals after edging past Chapelfields Colts by the odd goal in eleven. Sean O’Donnell put the Colts in front but the Jaguar came back strongly to take a 4-1 lead. Jacob Blackwell, with a fine run, and a header by David Evans pulled it back to 4-3 before the Jaguar scored again. With Sean Donoghue and Alex Smith enjoying good games for Chapelfields, O’Donnell grabbed his second to make the score 5-4 but once again the Jaguar went two goals ahead. Evans blasted his second to make it 5-6 in favour of Coventry Jaguar and despite serious pressure in the closing minutes, the Jaguar defence held out to win a hugely entertaining cup tie.
Chapelfields Colts 5 (Sean O’Donnell 2, Jacob Blackwell, Davis Evans 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 6 (Nathan Fairchild, Dale Sawyer 2, Luke Jeynes 2, own goal), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Mikey Crosdale) AT7 Youth 4 (Adam Civzelis, Thomas Henry, Max McConnell 2), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Grant Thornton) Rugby Town 4 (Oliver Chater 2, Andy Baker 2), PSA Peugeot Citroen 10 (D. Buckley 3, M. Watson 2, J. Wright 2, T. Lea Beeston, S. Nollett, C. Lowndes) Finham Park Colts 0
Under 12A: Finham Park Rangers 3 (William Smith, Aidan Fox, Robert Ogleby) Christ the King 2 (J. Fivey, J. Deagan)
Under 12B: Dunlop assured themselves of top division football next season with a 1-0 defeat of the only team who could have denied them success, Allesley Aces. The breakthrough came after nineteen minutes when Danny Butler scored the all important goal from eight yards. In the second half, the Aces bombarded the Dunlop goal but skipper Thomas Ball led his defence with superb aplomb to hold Allesley at bay. With so much dependant on the result, both teams and their supporters are to be commended for such a high level of sportsmanship.
Dunlop Juniors 1 (Daniel Butler) Allesley Aces 0, Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Matty Lewis, Ian Lockey, Michas Cybulski) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Jordan Thompson, Ben Tranter)
Under 12C: Kenilworth Town Juniors 0 All Nations FC 8 (Kieran Joseph, Meshach Belgrave 2, Wayne Hinks 3, Ravinder Sandhu 2), Ryona FC 3 (Kieran McMurray 2, John Rankin 2) Morris Rangers 3 (Sam Carver 3)
Under 13 Knock Out Cup Quarter Finals: Finham Park Rangers 5 (Jonathan Openshaw, Jack Blundy, Jim Bramwell 2, Tom Rose) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Steven McGowan, Craig Hands, Adam Cooke), St. Nicolas’ Boys 1 (Simon Rawbone) Bedworth Eagles 2 (Russell Brown, Matthew Jones)
Under 13A: Bedworth United 2 (Ian Ashby, Aaron Chaggar) Ash Green United 3 (Luke Wilson, Cameron Tune 2), Binley Woods 0 Christ the King 7 (Sam Green 2, Shaun Gaffney 2, Danny Spencer 2, Nathan Robinson), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Sam Wilson, Aaron Cheshire) Central Ajax 2 (Henry Leaver 2), Rugby Town 1 (Matthew Izzard) Wyken FC 0, Whitley Juniors 3 (Kane Jones 2, Danny Loney) Massey Ferguson Colts 1 (Paul Green)
Under 13B: Allesley Aces 0 Earlsdon FC 11 (James Hnatushka 4, Adam Lewis, Joe Atkins 3, Andy Ruane, Scott Hennell 2) Allesley Eagles 0 Rugby Town (2002) 17, Christ the King Rovers 2 (Liam Montgomery, Daniel Wall) The Boat FC Juniors 1 (Martin Maramba), Coundon Colts 3 (Luke Walker, Daniel Blackwell, Robert Cleaver) Rugby Town (2003) 1 (Punit Parmar), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Nathan Brown, James Bryson) Coventry Aquatics 4 (Dean Crossfield, Sebastian Guraya, Anthony Ostachuk 2), Mount Nod Highway 6 (Craig Fisher 2, Niall McDonald, Tom Hawker, Layeton Syme, own goal) Whitley Colts 1 (Kyle Sutton), Radford Rangers 8 (Carl Jeffs 2, Raspal Bansal, Joe Kenney, Gavin Milligan 2, Kadeem King, Matty Walker) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Joe Sheerman)
Under 14A: Bedworth Eagles 0 AT7 Youth 0, Coundon Cockerels 3 (Sean McKeown 2, Matthew Collinge) Binley Woods 2 (Martin Ruddy, Simon Hodgson), North Warwickshire College 2 (M. Dickie, M. Smith) Finham Park Rangers 3 (Jamie Finn, Joe Kelleher, Matty Holme), Whitley Juniors v Rugby Town (2002)
Under 14B: Panjab Radio Sporting 3 (Nathan Crick 3) Finham Park Colts 2 (James Marklew, Danny Brown), Spencer Sports 0 Coundon Colts 8
Under 15A: Dunlop Juniors 3 (Henry Bristow 2, James McDonald) Coventry Colliery Colts 8 (Robert Templer 3, Lee McCormick 4, Russ Reynolds), Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Luke Kris, Daniel Allwood, Scott Sedgewick, Andrew Byron Stubbs) Christ the King 0
Under 15B: Goals by Daniel Edmond (2) and Alan Johnson earned Bermuda Colts not only a 3-2 win over Chapelfields Colts (Jonathan Lee 2) bur also the second promotion place behind Coventry Boys Club and an outside chance of the divisional champions trophy.
Bermuda Colts 3 (Daniel Edmond 2, Alan Johnson) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jonathan Lee 2), Pinley NDC 3 (Shane Hand, Jim Tovey, Robert Burton) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Ryan Smith)
Under 16A: This division is fast becoming a two horse race as leaders North Warwick College depended upon a very late strike by Lee Aucott to defeat Morris Rangers 1-0 and Dunlop saw off the challenge of Hartshill 5-1 thanks to a treble from Leon Falconer. Coventry Sphinx eased back to winning ways as goals from Danny Cahill and Steven Kingham in each half saw them to a 2-0 win against Bedworth United
Coundon Cockerels 2 Chetwynd 5, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Danny Cahill, Steven Kingham) Bedworth United 0, Hartshill Sports 1 (Matthew Shaw) Dunlop Juniors 5 (Leon Falconer 3, Rob Thomas, Mark Atkins), North Warwickshire College 1 (Lee Aucott) Morris Rangers 0
Under 16B: Two Scott McNie goals helped Bedworth Eagles ease to a close 3-2 win over PSA Peugeot Citroen whilst second and third placed, White Hart and Jaguar Colts put on a thriller that ended in a 3-2 success for Jaguar thanks to two John Moynihan goals.
Bedworth Eagles 3 (Scott McNie 2, Ben Faint) PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Andy Newman 2), White Hart Sports 2 (James Wardle, Richard Ould) Jaguar Colts 3 (John Moynihan 2, Ashley Jackson)
Under 18 Red: Castlehurst Colts 0 Central Ajax 2 (Gary Morris, Richard Taylor), Coundon Cockerels 5 (Martyn Carey, Martin Thomas, Damien Brown, Paul Phillips, Joel Lewis) Christ the King 3 (Liam Shields, Paul Donnelly, Scott Baker)
Under 18 Blue: Goals by David Isaac (3), Rich Synnott (2), Thom Parkes and Tom Bailey kept Finham Park in touch with the leaders after their 7-1 defeat of Allesley Athletic.
Bedworth Athletic 1 (Lewis Halfacree) Cannon Park Colts 5 (Andy Flowers, Geddes Murray 2, Jumo Mohammed, Gary Vickers), Finham Park Rangers 7 (Thom Parkes, Tom Bailey, David Isaac 3, Richard Synnott 2) Allesley Athletic 1 (Luke Brierley), GNP Sports 3 (Jas Dosanjh 2, Jay Shah) Whitley Juniors 1 (Matty Clarke), Panjab Radio Sporting 5 (Matthew Barr, Chris Boylan, Jaspal Dhaddy, Aaron White 2) AT7 Youth 2 (Carl Dawson, Danny McDonald)
Tamworth Invitation Trophy Semi Finals: Nuneaton Griff and Rugby Town will contest the under 15 final after a four goal burst by David Kolodynski helped Rugby to a 6-1 defeat of Coventry Sphinx and the Griff overcame Whitley Juniors 3-1. Ross Knight put Whitley ahead after five minutes but Ryan Birch struck twice for the Griff before half time, once from the penalty spot and the second following a solo run and finish. Playing with the stiff wind behind them in the second half, Whitley dominated possession but were unable to break through a rock solid Griff defence. The Griff wrapped up a 3-1win fifteen minutes from time when a breakaway led to Daniel Pegler scoring. The Sphinx however will have a team at the finals after their under 14 side saw off the challenge of Wallace JFC 2-0. Dunlop Juniors under 11 emulated their under 16s’ by reaching also claiming a cup final place. They fell behind to Atherstone Rangers but came back to level when Stefan Grudzinski headed in a corner kick by Jack Shilton. The Atherstone goalkeeper made several fine stops before first Luke Ellis and then Stephen O’Sullivan also finished off corner kicks from Shilton. Atherstone grabbed a second goal two minutes from time bur Dunlop hung on for a 3-2 win.
Under 11: Dunlop Juniors 3 (Stefan Grudzinski, Luke Ellis, Stephen O’Donnell) Atherstone Rangers 2
Under 14: Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Michael Wallace, Peter Williams) Wallace JFC 0
Under 15: Nuneaton Griff 3 (Ryan Birch 2) Whitley Juniors 1 (Ross Knight), Rugby Town 6 (David Kolodynski 4, Joe Grzegowski, Ricky Bains) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Callum Woodward)