Results 28th September 2003

 

Under 9 Red:  Daniel Whitehouse and Jim Hems both notched hat tricks as Coventry Sphinx overwhelmed a gallant London Road Lions team 10-1. Liam Cawley scored twice with Sean Kirwan and Harry Flynn also on target.

Coventry Sphinx Juniors 10 (Daniel Whitehouse 3, Jim Hems 3, Liam Cawley 2, Sean Kirwan, Harry Flynn) London Road Lions 1, Dunlop Juniors 2 (Kyle Gibney, Kieran Conway) Whitley Juniors 1 (Tom Wedgbury), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Sam Proctor) Wyken FC 1 (Luke Green), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Josh Bates) AT7 Youth 2 (Kieran McGregor, Aidan Muras), Mount Nod Highway 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth 0

Under 9 Blue: Chapelfields Colts took a first half lead through man of the match Tom Curzon to break the dead lock against Christ the King. Two second half goals from Curtis Cutts put the Colts 3-0 in front before the Kings pulled a goal back and it then took a fine save by Charlie Baskott in the Kings goal to deny Cutts a third goal. Cameron Slade gave Coventry Jaguar Youth an early lead at Dunlop but sustained pressure by the Juniors saw goals from Drew Maloney and Dominic Walsh gain them a 2-1 win.

Binley Woods 1 Dunlop Dynamos 1, Brinklow Juniors 1 AT7 Youth 5 (Ciaran Gill, Jason Heer, Ethan Cook 2, Brandon Toner), Chapelfields Colts 3 (Tom Curzon, Curtis Cutts 2) Christ the King 1, Dunlop Juniors 2 (Dominic Walsh, Drew Maloney) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Cameron Slade), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Alex Penny) Finham Park Rangers 5 (Jack Orford, Aaron Cassidy 3, David Clements), Whitley Juniors 2 (Jayden Bickley 2) Coventry Aquatics 0

 

Under 10 Red: Chapelfields Colts moved to a comfortable 6-1 defeat of Coventry Jaguar Youth.  A fine passing movement enabled Joe Henderson to put the Colts in front but Jaguar struck back through Ryan Harkin. Henderson added a second from the penalty spot before Tom O’Callaghan bested the Jaguar ‘keeper in a one on one. Raff Williams made it 4-1 with a neat flick before O’Callaghan grabbed his second of the game. Bradley Teggin coolly rounded off the scoring late in the game.

Christ the King 2 Coundon Cockerels 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Ryan Harkin) Chapelfields Colts 6 (Joe Henderson 2, Tom Callaghan 2, Bradley Teggin, Raff Williams), Kenilworth Wardens 4 (Tom Woolman 2, Adam Newbold, Harry Steel), Brinklow Juniors 0, Leamington Hibs 1 Ernesford Dynamos 16, London Road Lions 1 (Jordon Deehan) Whitley Juniors 1 (Brandon Avery)

Under 10 Blue:  Caludon Youth and Balsall & Berkswell were evenly matched, as they game remained scoreless at half time. Eventually Caludon broke through the Hornets defence to score three times through Corey Carpenter (2) and man of the match, Ryan Leybourne.

Athletics United 2 (Jamie Krumins, Connor Harrington) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Binley Woods 2 (Luke Moran, James Formstone) Chapelfields Colts 1, Caludon Youth 3 (Corey Carpenter 2, Ryan Leybourne) Balsall & Berkswell 0, Dunlop Juniors 0 Christ the King 4, Mount Nod Highway 4 (Charlie Cook 2, Lewis Power, Daniel Kane)

Under 10 Green: Wyken Colts broke the deadlock against Finham Park Colts when Josh Bolton netted from the penalty spot. He added a second with a twenty-yard free kick. With Jake Whittaker and Josh Maguire running the midfield, it was no surprise when Whittaker added a third goal before Louis Bolton netted number four. Finham pulled back to 4-2 when Thomas Openshaw and Jamie Bradbury both scored late in the game. A well taken first half goal by Charlie Mulhall put Finham Park Rangers in front against a determined Brinklow Juniors. Only a diving stop by the Finham ‘keeper, William Kenney-Herbert denied Brinklow an equaliser at the start of the second half before Finham, with Jamie Cozens prominent eventually broke through for Glen Robinson to score twice to round off the 3-0 win. Coventry Jaguar youth won their first match of the season after an entertaining game with Wyken FC. Wyken took the lead through Scott Chalmers but goals from Matthew Kettel and Sean Lawler put the Jaguar in front only for Reece Garland to bring the scores level again. An exciting second half developed but it was not until the last minute that the Jaguar sealed a 3-2 win when Lewis Robinson volleyed in a corner by Michael Pearson. Kayne Mann celebrated his birthday with a goal in the 5-1 win by Dunlop Juniors at Athletic United. Athletic had taken the lead but by half time trailed 3-1 with Liam Oglesby and Luke Wensley scoring for Dunlop. In the second half, Oglesby and a fierce drive from Christopher James tallied up the score. The Boat roared into a 3-0 half time lead against Pro Santos with an excellent all round performance. The visitors came back strongly in the second half keeping Declan McCann busy in the Boat goal before Jack Scandrett pulled a goal back. However a hat trick in the last fifteen minutes by Mason Price gave The Boat a 6-1 win. Joss Selby (2) and man of the match Steven Minard also scoring. Goalkeeper James Shannon picked up the man of the match award for Binley Woods as they edged Chapelfields Colts 2-1. Second half substitute opened the scoring for Binley Woods and James Formstone soon doubled this before Jake Frost pulled a goal back for the Colts in the last minute.

Athletic United 1 Dunlop Juniors 5 (Luke Wensley, Liam Oglesby 2, Kayne Mann, Christopher James), Binley Woods 2 (James Formstone, Luke Moran) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Jake Frost), Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Matthew Kettel, Sean Lawler, Lewis Robinson) Wyken FC 2 (Scott Chalmers, Reece Garland), Finham Park Rangers 3 (Charlie Mulhall, Glen Robinson 2) Brinklow Juniors 0, Wyken Colts 4 (Josh Bolton 2, Jake Whittaker, Louis Bolton) Finham Park Colts 2 (Jonathan Openshaw, Jamie Bradbury), The Boat FC Juniors 6 (Joss Selby 2, Mason Price 3, Stephen Minard) Pro Santos 1 (Jack Scandrett)

 

Under 11A: After Jamie Trickett had given Christ the King the lead, Finham Park Rangers equalised when Tom Rawlings latched on to a through ball from Sean Kirkwood. Rawlings then put Finham in front with a spectacular overhead kick before Christ the King levelled with five minutes to go and then nearly took the lead but Ben Garbett cleared the Finham line. In the last minute, Finham claimed a 3-2 win when Rawlings completed his hat trick, turning in a free kick by Sam Garbett. Steffan Grudzinski put Dunlop Juniors in front against Rugby Town and then their defence marshalled by Scott White, Andy Hiorns and Ryan Cowley fended off Rugby until midway through the second half when David Dudgeon levelled the score.  A through ball by Jordan Daniels set up Jake Holt to make the score 2-1 but Dunlop had goalkeeper, Ryan Copping to thank for the points for his excellent save in the last minute when Rugby also hit the post. Whitley Juniors and Coventry Sphinx played out a fiercely competitive match that the Juniors won 2-1. Callum Fleming gave Whitley the advantage and Harry Freeman grabbed a second with Sam Skerratt notching the Sphinx goal.

Binley Woods 0 PSA Peugeot Citroen 8 (Chris Cox, Arron Cooke 2, Tom Purnell 3, Jack Farrant, Connor Murphy), Christ the King 2 (Jamie Trickett) Finham Park Rangers 3 (Tom Rawlings 3), Coundon Cockerels 6 (Joshua Dockerty 3, Morgan Baker 2, Jordan Ashby) AT7 Youth 2, Dunlop Juniors 2 (Steffan Grudzinski, Jake Holt) Rugby Town 1 (David Dudgeon), Whitley Juniors 2 (Callum Fleming, Harry Freeman) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Sam Skerratt), Wyken FC 6 Brinklow Juniors 0

Under 11B: Dunlop Dynamos improvement was evident was they attacked from the start against Leamington Hibs. Daniel Randle put them in front from a corner kick and Adam Jones made it 2-0 midway through the second half.  The Hibs found it difficult going with Jack Ford strong in defence for Dunlop but a well worked move allowed them to pull a goal back past the Dunlop goalie, Derry Ioami, before Amit Gill made it 3-1 to Dunlop. Leamington struck back again to make the score 3-2 but Dunlop stood firm to take the points.

Chapelfields Colts 2 (Reece Bryan, Ben Munyenyembe) Keresley Colts 3, Coventry Aquatics 3 (Jedd Featherstone, Ryan Dry, Hayden Shirley) Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Sean Williamson, Jack Davies, Daniel King), Dunlop Dynamos 3 (Daniel Randle, Amit Gill, Adam Jones) Leamington Hibs 2 (Mark Wormington, Johnathon Smith), Pinley NDC 6 (Nathan Trigg, Michael Sheehy, Jake Donavan, Louis O’Connor 3) Christ the King Rovers 2 (David Dwyer 2), Rugby Town 2002 1 (Conor MacLeod) Coventry Colliery 2 (Stefan Woodward, J. Buchanan), Wyken Wanderers 5 (Luke Cashmore 2, Lewis Freeman, Mitch Palmer, Ryan Moore) London Road Colts 1

 

Under 12 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: All Nations FC moved into the second round after a polished 9-2 win against Wyken Aces. Joe Entwhistle netted twice for Wyken as did Ahmed Seif for All Nations with Wayne Hinks adding a treble.

Leamington Hibs 3 (Sam Avery, Jamie Beale 2) Christ the King Rovers 0, Wyken Aces 2 (Joe Entwhistle 2) All Nations FC 8 (Ahmed Seif 2, Wayne Hinks 3, Michael Vassell, Ravinder Sandhu, Bradley Lole)

Under 12A: AT7 Youth 1 Finham Park Rangers 2 (William Smith, Aidan Fox), PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (David Buckley 2) Rugby Town Juniors 4 (L. Clements 2, A. Baker, J. Goodwin), Stretton Athletic 3 (Luke Busby, Sean Kelly, Ryan Johnson) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Steve Joyce)

Under 12B: Allesley Aces 3 (John Clusker, Conor Scott 2) Coundon Cockerels 2 (Liam Thompson, Martin Gormley), Brinklow Juniors 2 (Arron Steel, Miles Wilcox) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Callum Hayward), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Kelvin Wilson, Mike Crosdale 3) Rugby Town 2002 5 (Alex Czerniewski 2, Ian Lockey 3), Pinley NDC 2 (Louis Evans, James Chalmers) Dunlop Juniors 1 (Ryan Williams)

Under 12C: On their first visit to Kenilworth, Morris Rangers raced into a 4-1 lead against the Town Juniors but then found themselves pegged back at 4-4 midway through the second half, Sam Carvill and Jamie Henderson each scoring twice for their respective teams. However a second goal for Charlie Hole allied to a headed goal by Luke Whittaker put Morris 6-4 in front and they held on for the win.

Binley Woods 1 (Michael Spencer) Potters Green 2  (Miles McBean, Daniel Fossick), Kenilworth Town Juniors 4 (Jamie Henderson 2, Joshua Keal, own goal) Morris Rangers 6 (Charlie Hole 2, Sam Carvill 2, Luke Whittaker, Amo Heir), Longford Community 4 (Luke Rowe, Arron Francis 2, J. Risika) Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (T. Watts), Pro Santos 2 (Luke Coen pen, Shaun O’Brien pen) Ryona FC 1 (Kieran McMurray)

 

Under 13A: Bedworth United 5 Christ the King 5 (Danny Spencer 3, Sean Gaffney, Lee Chapman), Coundon Cockerels 2 (Aaron Woodhouse, Conor Twaites) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Jake Ward), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Ash Green United 1 (Sacha Millar), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Gavin Mulligan) Wyken FC 4 (Lee Walters, Ashley Holmes, Martin Johnston 2), Finham Park Rangers 3 (Mathew Hathrell 2, Alex Moran) Central Ajax 5 (Simon Swinson, Harry Stern, Alex Cook, Henry Leaver, Marc Passey), London Road Lions 4 (Tom Newey, Aidan Lewis, Craig Goodbody, Steffan Whale) Massey Ferguson Colts 2 (Jon Thompson 2), Rugby Town Juniors 2 (Tom Swift, Thomas Elliott) Bedworth Eagles 2 (Sam Bircher 2), St. Nicolas’ Boys 7 (Simon Olorenshaw, Simon Rawbone 2, Harry Davies 2, Logan Cain, James Thorpe) Binley Woods 0, Whitley Juniors 7 (Tatenda Bako, Paul Phillips, Craig Malone, Callum Taylor 2, Daniel Loney, Dave Freeman) Chapelfields Colts 0

Under 13B: Allesley Eagles 0 Whitley Colts 11 (Lee Jonas 5, Danny Maher 2, Aaron Wilson, Richard Sweeten, Wade Gilder, Chris Cronan), Coventry Aquatics 3 (Daniel Harris, Scott Chapman 2) Allesley Aces 2 (Chris Smith, Joseph Waterfield), Earlsdon FC 5 (Danny Barlow, James Hnatushka, Andrew Ruane, Scott Hennell 2) Radford Rangers 3 (Kadeem King 2, Lee Norman), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Andrew Doherty, Gurpreet Minhas Singh) Rugby Town 2003 1 (own goal), Mount Nod Highway 5 (David Knott, Chris Lucas, Layeton Syme 3) Coundon Colts 6 (Ryan Cleaver, Daniel Blackwell 5),  The Boat FC Juniors 1 (Stephen Barnacle) AT7 Youth 6 (Jordon Little, Bob Thompson, Stephen O’Donnell 4)

 

Under 14 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: North Warwickshire went out to a 5-4 reverse at Binley Woods. David Lipman put the college in front with a debut goal that was quickly added to by Sam Garnham but by half time, Binley Woods led 3-2. From the re-start, Blain Shepherd went down the left wing to cross for Fraser Mullis to force the ball in to the Binley net for an equaliser. The home team then went 5-3 in front before Garnham added a fourth for the College from the penalty spot after Warren Fulford was bought down. Firefighters proved too strong for a sporting, never say die, Spencer Sports. A second half penalty saves by the Spencer goalkeeper proved their spirit despite an overwhelming 13-0 defeat. Alex Semple (4),   Ricky Handley (3) and Jordan Hill (2) led the scoring with single efforts from Michael Bawden, Jack Griffiths, Aaron Goodall and Darren Dowlman.

AT7 Youth 8 (Paul Cash 2, Gerry Fairbrother, Jamie Ring 3, Danny Yerbury, Jimmy Healy) Rugby Town 1, Binley Woods 5 (Michael Puffett, Daniel Gair 2, Carl Gardner, Chris Kane) North Warwickshire College 4 (Fraser Mullis, Sam Garnham 2, David Lipman), Christ the King 2 (Ciaran O’Neill, Ben Handy) Finham Park Colts 5 (Adam Pickup 2, Lewis Reynolds, James Marklew 2), Ernesford Dynamos 0 Coundon Court 5, Firefighters 13 (Alex Semple 4, Jordan Hill 2, Michael Bawden, Aaron Goodall, Ricky Handley 3, Jack Griffiths, Darren Dowlman) Spencer Sports 0, Norton Lindsey 1 (Tom Hicks) Whitley Juniors 2, Phoenix FC 0 Mount Nod Highway 9, Panjab Radio Sporting 6 (David Ashby 3, Logan Jackson, James Rowntree, Jatinder Dehal) Rugby Town 2003 1

Under 14A: Finham Park Rangers 4 (Alex Twamley, Sean Isherwood, Michael Claridge, James Docherty) Bedworth Eagles 4 (Craig Proctor, Peter Finney 2, George Hill), Wallace FC 9 (Giovanni Dainty, Lee Pemberton, Kavanagh 2, Daniel O’Shea 2, Daniel Wignall, Adam Vallance, Evans) Coundon Cockerels 0

Under 14B: Chapelfields Colts 3 (Lawrence Vinnecombe, George Higginson, Ben Sykes) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Daniel Gyselynck, Rory Higgins)

 

Under 15A: Binley Woods 1 (Ashley Mee) Morris Rangers 0, Coundon Cockerels 1 (Luke Thomas) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Shane Brassington), Coventry Colliery 2 (Sam Truslove, Ellis Alleyne) Whitley Juniors 5 (Sean Sproul 3, Liam Cureton, Ross Knight), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Scott Sheridan) Rugby Town 2, Marconi (Coventry) 6 (Daniel Quinn, Tom Clancy 2, Daniel Watkins 3) Hawkes Mill Juniors 0, Mount Nod Highway 3 (Todd Howarth, Scott Dowd, Ricardo) Ernesford Dynamos 1, Nuneaton Griff 5 (Daniel Peeler, Ryan Birch, Mark Williams, Perry Edwards, Jamie Cullen) Christ the King 0

Under 15B: Brinklow Juniors 0 Finham Park Rangers 1 (Mitchell Roberts), Coventry Boys Club 11 (Darius Bristow 3, Mark Feechan, Jason Wigmore, Curtis Williams, Sheku Kargbo, Michael Evans 3, Justin McCarthy) Allesley Aces 1 (Dan Pidgeon), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Paul Nash, Ryan Smith) Leamington Hibs 1 (Sean Williams), Hawkes Mill Colts 2 (Ben Horn, Kyle McKie) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jamie Blundell 2), Pinley NDC 0 Bermuda Colts 5 (Warwick Gardner, Adam Garvin 2, Adam Johnson, Robert Murphy)

 

Under 16 Knockout Cup Round 1: After three heavy defeats, Kenilworth Town picked up their first win of the season, 5-0 against Coventry Red Devils, Jon Worthington and Jack Cotton both scoring twice whilst Morris Rangers came from 0-2 behind to defeat White Hart Sports 5-2. A first half blitz by Dunlop Juniors set up their 5-0 success at Chetwynd Corner Post netted three times in the second half to see off the challenge of PSA Peugeot Citroen 5-2 and their were comfortable wins for Coventry Jaguar Youth and Nuneaton Griff. Matthew Miller gave Hartshill Sports the lead with a smart strike although Chapelfields Colts acquitted themselves well against their higher league opponents. They were good value for their interval lead with two Scott Carter goals and although Miller scored his second of the game Carter went on to complete a hat trick. Ahmed Benisaud put Chapelfields 4-2 up before Matthew Shaw bought Hartshill back to 3-4 only for the Colts to hold on for a deserved victory. 

Chetwynd 0 Dunlop Juniors 5 (Joel Thomas, Blaine McBride, Calum Thompson, Adam Warren, Robert Thomas), Corner Post Colts 5 (Lewis Desai 2, Steven McGinty 2, Scott Finlay) PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Daniel Davies, Mathew Badman), Hartshill Sports 3 (Matthew Miller 2, Matthew Shaw) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Scott Carter 3, Ahmed Benisaud), Jaguar Colts 7 (Lawrence Agutter 3, VJ Johnson 2, Daniel Harrington, Kane Carver-Smith) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Kenilworth Town 5 (Joe Chaplin, Jon Worthington 2, Jack Cotton 2) Coventry Red Devils 0, Pinley NDC 0 Nuneaton Griff 11 (Iain Green 5, Ricky Somal 4, Liam Brown, Paul Bolstridge), White Hart Sports 2 (James Wardle, Richard Ould) Morris Rangers 5 (Ryan Ledger 2, Daniel Andrews, Mark Wright, Michael Ward)

Under 16A: Hat tricks by Carl Holdworth and Chris Brooks maintained North Warwickshire’s College unbeaten run as they beat Christ the King 7-2 whilst two strikes by Andrew Buswell put Coventry Sphinx 3-1 in front at half time and despite a late rally by Mount Nod Highway, they hung on to win 3-2. Bedworth United cruised to a 7-0 win at Coundon Cockerels.

Coundon Cockerels 0 Bedworth United 7 (Lewis Day 2, Kevin Smith, Michael Louth, George Rowley, Craig Smith, Daniel Harris), Christ the King 2 (Ben Morgan, Kevin McDermott) North Warwickshire College 7 (Chris Brooks 3, Carl Holdworth 3, John Phipps), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Andrew Buswell 2, Steven Kingham) Mount Nod Highway 2 (Thomas Newton, Sanchez McBean)

Under 16B: Baginton Guild raced into the lead when James McKenzie converted a first minute penalty kick. Both teams tried to force the pace and goals from Richard Taylor and Jarinpaul Tut put Wembrook in front at half time. The second half was just as competitive and Kalbir Sandhu put Wembrook 3-1 in front before Roy Patrick pulled one back for Baginton after a neat move. With ten minutes to play, McKenzie bought the scores level with his second penalty kick of the game only for Matthew White to give Wembrook a 4-3 win with a low shot from the edge of the eighteen yard line.

Wembrook 4 (Jarinpaul Tut, Matthew White, Kalbir Sandhu, Richard Taylor) Baginton Guild 3 (James McKenzie 2, Roy Patrick)

 

Under 18 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: Allesley Athletic 3 (Luke Brierley, Rio Russell 2) Castlehurst Colts 9 (Phil Smith 3, Rob Gardner 2, Dale Hogarth 2, Steve Pitt, Ben Bailey), Bedworth Athletic 2 (Ryan Morris, Tom Dally) Hillmorton 5 (Liam Huntley 2, Adam Hartwell, Joe Kerruish, Dan Tanner), Bilton Ajax 0 Christ the King 1 (Liam Shields), Brinklow Juniors 1 (Dan Vincent) Sporting Athletic 6 (Lewis Nesterenko, Simeon Williams, Anthony Balcarres, Jonathan Tutchener 2, Chris Blundell), Central Ajax 2 (Richard Taylor 2) Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Michael Boylan), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Mitchell Walters, Daniel Longbottom) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Adam Phillips, Michael Fretter, Dave Toon), Coundon Old Boys 1 (Steven Quinney) Whitley Juniors 3 (Lee Bannister, Martin Shaw 2)

 

Under 18 Blue: GNP Sports were gifted a half time lead against Finham Park, Jaskaran Dosanjh making full use of the opportunity but Finham deservedly took the points 3-1 thanks to a brace from David Isaac and a single strike by Alex Lamb.

Finham Park Rangers 3 (David Isaac 2, Alex Lamb) GNP Sports 1 (Jaskaran Dosanjh), Hawkes Mill Colts 4 (James Morgan 2, Dan Tomalin, Andy Morrissey) AT7 Youth 1 (Dave Kelly)

 

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