5th October 2003


Under 9 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: The top two teams in the Blue division met in a very tight first round cup tie. Stephen Allen gave AT7 Youth the lead on half time but five minutes into the second half, Jamie Hackleton equalised for Whitley Juniors. With both teams having a liking for attack, it was hard to separate them but AT7 grabbed the winner five minutes from time when Ryan Mandara netted to make the final score 2-1 in favour of AT7 Youth. In contrast Dunlop Juniors Blue team entertained their Red team in an exhilarating contest. There was plenty of goal mouth action at both ends as first Kane Collins scored for the Red team and Drew Moloney levelling for the Blues shortly afterwards. With no further scoring, despite the efforts of both teams, the tie went to penalties And with Jack Laws saving the tenth spot kick, the Blue team moved into the next round at the expense of the Red side 5-4 on penalties. Coventry Sphinx Juniors grabbed a dramatic penalty shoot out success against AT7 Youth Red by 2-1 after the game finished goal less after extra time. Derry McGregor in the AT7 goal was in superb form foiling the Sphinx on several; occasions.

AT7 Youth Blue 2 (Ryan Mandara, Steven Allen) Whitley Juniors Blue 1 (Jamie Hackleton), Coventry Jaguar Youth Blue 0 Wyken FC 14, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 AT7 Youth Red 0 aet, Coventry Sphinx win on penalties, Dunlop Juniors Blue 1 (Drew Moloney) Dunlop Juniors Red 1 (Kane Collins) aet Dunlop Juniors Blue win on penalties, Ernesford Dynamos Red 8 (Aaron Pointer 2, Sam Proctor 2, Liam Thorn 3, Steven Chittem) London Road Lions 2, Ernesford Dynamos Blue 1 (Thomas Shaw) Finham Park Rangers 3 (David Clements 3), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Robert Thomson) Brinklow Juniors 0

Under 9 Red: Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 Whitley Juniors 1

Under 9 Blue: Jamie Harratt provided some fine goalkeeping to prevent Chapelfields Colts from opening their account in the first half against Coventry Aquatics. William James produced a goal line clearance at the other end to deny the Aquatics. In the second half, the Chapelfields pressure told and with a fine display from man of the match, Tommy Emberson and Lewis Normoyle, two goals from Jack Sweeney gave the Colts a 2-0 win.

Coventry Aquatics 0 Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jack Sweeney 2)


Under 10 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: Last years beaten cup finalists, Coventry Jaguar Youth moved smoothly into the second round as Ryan Harkin scored five times in a 9-0 defeat of Brinklow Juniors. The game took place on a superb playing surface at Newbold Revel allowing both teams to demonstrate good football. Gurpreet Singh Due (2), Robert Tressler and Joe Price also on target for the Jaguar. Jamie Bethall scored from the halfway line for Chapelfields Colts Blue as they edged out Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5-3. From being in front, the Colts slipped behind before Sam Bowdler equalised with a neat chip from the edge of the penalty area. In the second half, Jake Frost set up Andrew Seddon for the third and then Cassie Boneham added the fourth before Frost notched number five. Chapelfields Colts Red team dominated against Pinley NDC and but for the superb Pinley goalkeeper would have run away with the cup tie. Instead they had to settle for a goal in the first minute of each half to win 2-0, James Hartland scoring the first and Joe Henderson the second from a free kick that took a wicked deflection.

Caludon Youth 6 (Corey Carpenter, Ryan Leybourne, Elliott Seenan, Shaun Russell, Ben O’Hara 2) Chapelfields Colts Green 0, Chapelfields Colts Red 2 (James Hartland, Joe Henderson) Pinley NDC 0, Coundon Cockerels Blue 0 Balsall & Berkswell 9, Coundon Cockerels Red 2 (Tom Botton, Joshua Bowles) Keresley Colts Red 4 (Jason Ellis 2, Adam Hedge 2) aet, Coventry Colts 2 (Thomas Somers, Reece Ewart) Ernesford Dynamos Green 1 (Niall Baskerville), Coventry Jaguar Youth Blue 0 Whitley Juniors 5 (Liam Davies 3, Brandon Avery, Martin Murphy), Coventry Jaguar Youth Red 9 (Robert Tressler, Ryan Harkin 5, Joe Price, Gurpreet Singh Due 2) Brinklow Juniors Green 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 Chapelfields Colts Blue 5 (Jamie Bethall, Andrew Seddon, Jake Frost, Sam Bowdler, Cassie Boneham), London Road Lions Blue 0 Christ the King Red 5 (James Ritson 2, L. Martin, J. Stephenson, J. McGregor), London Road Lions Red 2 (Blaine Doherty 2) AT7 Youth Blue 1 (Alex Foster), Mount Nod Highway Blue 8 Keresley Colts Green 0

Under 10 Green: Finham Park Colts 0 Athletic United 0, Finham Park Rangers 0 Wyken FC 3 (Daniel Monger 2, Jack Rixon), Mount Nod Highway 0 The Boat FC Juniors 5 (Mason Price 2, Stephen Minard 3)


Under 11 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: Finishing was the difference between Binley Woods and Pinley NDC as Pinley, prompted by the in form Louis O’Connor and Priyan Lad scored a goal in each half through Jake Donovan. Meanwhile Binley Woods despite the efforts of Max Wareham, Tom Wood and Sean McBride broke down on reaching their opponents penalty area and really failed to trouble the Pinley goalkeeper.  Tom Rawlings and Tom Annett scored within a minute of each other to put Finham Park Rangers on top against Coventry Jaguar Youth. Matthew Budd then turned in a long throw in by Aaron Manak before Jaguar pulled a goal back. Another Manak throw made the score 4-1, going in off of a Jaguar defender before Ethan Hall set up Annett for his second goal just before half time. In the second half, the Jaguar battled away and deservedly scored a second goal leaving the final score 5-2 in Finham’s favour, Lewis Blacker and Mattie Graney scoring for the Jag. After an even first half, Chris O’Shea broke free to give Chapelfields Colts Red team the lead against Dunlop Juniors. He then added a headed goal at the start of the second half before completing a hat trick. Despite Dunlop’s efforts in a competitive game, they were unable to break down the stubborn Colts defence and Thomas Kirby grabbed a fourth goal for Chapelfields.

AT7 Youth 1 (Conor Mortimer) London Road Lions 4 (Steven Cotton, Lewis Gardner 3), Binley Woods 0 Pinley NDC 2 (Jake Donovan 2), Chapelfields Colts v Whitley Juniors, Christ the King Rovers 0 Coundon Cockerels 4 (Joshua Dockerty, Morgan Baker 2, Jamie Lee), Coventry Aquatics 1 (Jedd Featherstone) Finham Lions 4 (Thomas Atkins, Ben Perry, Daniel McQuillan 2), Dunlop Dynamos 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 7 (Sam Skerratt 3, Sean Martin 2, Tom Fraser 2), Dunlop Juniors 0 Chapelfields Colts Red 4 (Chris O’Shea 3, Thomas Kirby), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Darren Jenkins) Coventry Colliery 2 (Josh Temperley, Jermaine Buchanan), Finham Park Rangers 5 (Tom Rawlings, Tom Annett 2, Mathew Budd, own goal) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Lewis Blacker, Mattie Graney), Leamington Hibs 0 Rugby Town 12, Mount Nod Highway 0 Keresley Colts 12, Rugby Town 2002 0 PSA Peugeot Citroen 5 (Joe Lowery 2, Chris Cox, George Pattinson, Josh Ward), Wyken Wanderers 1 Wyken FC 5 (Luca Costa 2, Lewis Hancox 2, Dale Butler)

Under 11A: With the first round of the cup taking place, their was only one A division game scheduled and Christ the King through Jaymie Trickett and Luke Cohen led Brinklow Juniors 2-0 early in the second half. Two goals in two minutes from Zach Bevins and Tommy Glasscoe put the villagers right back in the game but the Kings pushed forward again with Conor Walton in prime form and despite the excellence of Matthew Wilby in the Brinklow goal, Trickett completed his hat trick for a 4-2 win for Christ the King.

Christ the King 4 (Jaymie Trickett 3, Luke Cohen) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Tom Glasscoe, Zach Bevins)


Under 12A: Christ the King went in front against Whitley Juniors inside twenty seconds, O’Connor making the most of a defensive mix-up and the same player added a second just before half time. The game swung back to Whitley when Lewis Fisher scored twice in three second half minutes to level the scores and despite the Kings being unlucky to see a shot bounce off of the crossbar, Whitley Juniors ended the game on top. In a game of two half’s, Chapelfields Colts raced into a 3-0 lead against Kenilworth Town, Travis Lea-Beeston adding two superb strikes to the opening goal by Sean O’Donnell. Kenilworth then pulled a goal back just before half time. In the second half, the Town made full use of the slope and the wind to take over the game and lead 10-3 with Tom Glassok collecting a nap hand, Andy Legg and Rody Bradbury notching two apiece and James Hardie completing the score despite the heroics of Luke Cheyne in the Chapelfields goal. The Colts had the last word however when Lea-Beeston completed his hat trick to make the final result a more respectable 10-4.

Finham Park Rangers 4 (Robert Ogleby 3, Aidan Fox) London Road Lions 4 (Liam Towner, Ryan Clachar, Darragh Horrigon 2), Kenilworth Town 10 (Tom Glassok 5, Andy Legg 2, Rody Bradbury 2, James Hardie) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Travis Lea-Beeston 3, Sean O’Donnell), Rugby Town 5 (A. Baker 4, J. Goodwin) Mount Nod Highway 3 (Steven Joyce 3), Whitley Juniors 2 (Lewis Fisher 2) Christ the King 2 (J. O’Connor 2), Wyken FC 0 PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 (Christy Lowndes, Shaun Kay, S. Nollett)

Under 12B: Allesley Aces 2 (David Jeffries, John Clusker) Dunlop Juniors 3 (Liam Kavanagh, Ryan Williams, Joseph O’Neill), Finham Park Colts 2 (Jonathan Schoales, Anthony Poole) Rugby Town 2002 6 (James Sweeney 3, Thomas Protheroe, Alex Czerniewski, Tom Coy), Pinley NDC 2 (James Chalmers, Louis Evans) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Carl Hackleton, Karl Forsythe)

Under 12C: Hawkes Mill Juniors started very lively and were soon 2-0 in front against Binley Woods. A powerful free kick by Luke Russell followed by a shot from David Pelser doing the damage. The Woods came back and Andrew Timms pulled a goal a goal back before half time. In the second period, Binley Woods were immediately on the attack and clearly hoping for a win as Paul Green equalised following a break away but with the game delicately poised a second free kick by Russell clinched a 3-2 win for the home team.

All Nations FC 15 (Ravinder Singh 4, Ahmed Seif 4, Kieran Joseph 2, Michael Vassell 2, Esmat Omari, Meshach Belgrave, Wayne Hinks) Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (Jamie Henderson), Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (David Pelser, Luke Russell 2) Binley Woods 2 (Paul Green, Andrew Timms), Longford Community 7 (Arron Francis 3, Luke Gregory 2, Luke Rowe, Ryan Miller) Ryona FC 1 (own goal), Morris Rangers 2 (Charlie Hole, Sam Carvill) Pro Santos 4 (Zane Saleh 2, Kieran Danks, Shaun O’Brien), Potters Green 3 (Daniel Fossick, Conor McLean, Mark Breslin) Wyken Aces 2 (Joe Entwhistle, C Lee)


Under 13A: Ash Green United 0 London Road Lions 5 (Chris Wilson-King, James Collins, Darren Jackson 2, Aidan Lewis), Central Ajax 2 (Lee Sallis, Henry Lever) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Aaron Woodhouse 2, Bradley Vallance), Chapelfields Colts 3 (George Faulkner 3) Finham Park Rangers 6 (Jonathan Openshaw, Tom Rose, Matthew Hathrell, James Bramwell 3), Christ the King 0 Binley Woods 2 (Matthew Kemp, Callum Ogilvie), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Daniel Bell, Steven McGowan) Bedworth United 3 (Matty Wong, Brendan Harrison, Greg Cooke), Massey Ferguson Colts 9 (Callum O’Shaughnessy, Jamie Elliott, Kurtis Bradley, Paul Green, Danny Nealon 2, Nathan Harvey 2, Bradley Edwards) Dunlop Juniors 0, PSA Peugeot Citroen 0 Bedworth Eagles 3 (Sam Bircher, Luke Tranter, Lineker Lashley), St. Nicolas’ Boys  (Fraser Mullis) Whitley Juniors 5 (Ainsley Carpenter, Mark Withers, Danny Loney, Callum Taylor 2)

Under 13B: Coundon Colts 8 (Daniel Blackwell 3, Nathan Kaylan 3, Jordan Stanway, Robert Cleaver) Allesley Aces 1 (Steven Cleaver), Coventry Aquatics 2 (Dean Crossfield, Yusef Rafiq) Christ the King Rovers 1 (Daniel Wall), Earlsdon FC 3 (Scott Hennell, Matthew Gardner, James Hnatushka) Rugby Town 2002 2 (Tobie Watts, Max Beard), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Tom Partridge) AT7 Youth 3, Radford Rangers 12 (Lee Norman, Carl Jeffs, Ashley Grant 3, Kadeem King 7) Allesley Eagles 0, Whitley Colts 1 (Lee Jonas) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Niall McDonald)


Under 14 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Bedworth Eagles 6 (Peter Finney 2, Stephen Brost, George Hill, Ben Cole 2)

Under 14A: North Warwickshire College found Mount Nod Highway too hot to handle, going down 9-1. Although the College team battled away, Martin Cooper in goal denied Mount Nod several times before David Lipman scored a quality consolation goal with a smart turn and strike after Ross Irwin and Christopher Wilson both netted three times for the Highway.

AT7 Youth 3 (Danny Clarke 2) Wallace FC 1 (Aaron Kavanagh), Coundon Cockerels 1 (Alex Jones) PSA Peugeot Citroen 7 (Tom Ison, Gavin Harman, Chris Corkery, Gwyn Evans, Gary Mead, Matthew Limb, Sean Ryder), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 Whitley Juniors 1, Firefighters 3 (Jordan Hill, Mathew Gilder, Aaron Goodall) Binley Woods 2 (Daniel Gair 2), Mount Nod Highway 9 (Ross Irwin 3, Aston Iregbu 2, Christopher Wilson 3, Martin Healey) North Warwickshire College 1 (David Lipman), Rugby Town 2002 4 (Alex Donaldson, James Henry, Joe Stratford, Chris Geehan) Finham Park Rangers 2 (Joe Kelleher, James Dougherty)

Under 14B: A superb performance by Coundon Court enabled them to subdue a keen Rugby Town side. Martyn Stickley and Jon Tague scored goals in the first five minutes to start the ball rolling but Rugby Town struck to hit the Coundon crossbar and were denied several times by goalkeeper Kyle Jennings. Further goals from Stickley, Tague, Ryan Webb (2) and a penalty from skipper Matt Arnold gave Coundon Court their fourth successive win. Ernesford Dynamos cruised to victory, playing some superb football to outclass a hard working Rugby Town 2003. Although the Rugby ‘keeper made several good stops, Paul Friday led the way for Ernesford with a hat trick, Sam Cross scored twice with Leon Simmons, Chris Russell, Darren Bentley and Steven Sadler all scoring once.

Coundon Court 7 (Martyn Stickley 2, Jon Tague 2, Ryan Webb 2, Matt Arnold pen) Rugby Town 0, Ernesford Dynamos 9 (Paul Friday 3, Sam Cross 2, Leon Simmons, Chris Russell, Darren Bentley, Steven Sadler) Rugby Town 2003 0, Spencer Sports 3 (Mickey Kemp, Dean Atkinson, Robert Beckham) Finham Park Colts 1 (James Marklew)


Under 15 Knock-Out Cup Round 1: Brinklow Juniors 1 (Shane Orton) Marconi (Coventry) 8 (Daniel Quinn 3, Tom Clancey, Daniel Watkin 2, Vincent Griffin, Dave Storey) Chapelfields Colts 0 Coundon Cockerels 7 (Luke Thomas 3, Joe Holcroft 2, Kevin Murray, Jamie Murray), Coventry Boys Club 1 (Curtis Williams) Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Richard McArdle 3), Coventry Colliery 5 (R. McCluskey 4, S. Foster) Allesley Aces 2 (D. Lucas 2), Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Dunlop Juniors 3 (S. Sheridan, J. McDonald 2), Finham Park Rangers 0 Hawkes Mill Juniors 6 (Kiam Gourding, Callum Flanaghan, Andrew Byron-Stubbs, Scot Sedgewick)

Under 15A: Binley Woods 0 Christ the King 3 (Craig Hatton 2, Sean Walton), Whitley Juniors 1 (Ross Knight) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Todd Howarth)

Under 15B: Hawkes Mill Colts 3 (Chris Jackson, Alistair McElvenny, Kyle McKee) Pinley NDC 2 (Robert Burton 2)


Under 16A: Hartshill Sports and Christ the King looked like finishing goal less until the Kings were reduced to ten men and then Jason Headley and Kevin McDermott netted to earn them a 2-0 win. Despite having their chances, Hartshill were unable to break down a resolute Kings defence. Bedworth United were 4-2 in front at half time against Morris Rangers, going on to win 5-2 whilst it took three second half goals for Chetwynd to defeat Coundon Cockerels 3-0.

Bedworth United 5 (George Rowley 2, Daniel Harris 2, Craig Smith) Morris Rangers 2 (David Cordon, Anthony Bowell), Chetwynd 3 (Adam Newell, Kyle Grantham, Shane Welland) Coundon Cockerels 0, Dunlop Juniors 5 (Mark Atkins 2, Aaron Chimber 2, Rob Thomas) Nuneaton Griff 3 (Iain Green 2, Ricky Somal), Hartshill Sports 0 Christ the King 2 (Jason Headley, Kevin McDermott), Mount Nod Highway 3 (Thomas Newton 2, Ricky Cutting) North Warwickshire College 1 (Robert Ford)

Under 16B: Despite losing 10-2 at Baginton Guild, Coventry Red Devils won many friends for their never say die attitude whilst White Hart Sports battled back from trailing 0-2 to level the score only for two late goals earning Bedworth Eagles a 4-2 win. Wembrook took the lead against a determined Kenilworth Town when Richard Taylor finished a neat move. He added a second after being set up by Adam Taylor. With Jaspal Kaung and Chris Gardner running the midfield, Jarinpaul Tut added two more goals before half time. In the second half, Kenilworth were much quicker in chasing down the Wembrook side and counter attacked well but Jamie Marsh in the home team goal was equal to the challenge. At the other end, Peter Bradbury was equally busy, making life difficult for the Wembrook strikers but he was finally beaten by a Tut lob and a drive from Anton Pearson to make the final score 6-0 to Wembrook. An industrious Ernesford Dynamos bought the good start to the season by Chapelfields Colts to an abrupt end.  First half goals from Jon Griffiths and Liam Hayward put the Dynamos in control and even an own goal could not dent their endeavour. In the second half, Chapelfields failed to make headway and the score remained 2-1 to Ernesford.

Baginton Guild 10 (Roy Patrick 5, Jimmy Provett 2, Luke Coad, Andy Fraser, Anthony Field) Coventry Red Devils 2 (Daniel Ashley, Ricky Singh), Chapelfields Colts 1 (own goal) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Jon Griffiths, Liam Hayward) Corner Post Colts 4 (Lewis Desai, Craig Corbett, Scott Finlay, Lyle McGrath) Jaguar Colts 3 (Mark Lees, John Moynihan, Ashley Jackson), PSA Peugeot Citroen 6 (Paddy Nicolas, David Shields, Daniel Brown 2, Ben Hoult, Andy Newman) Pinley NDC 1 (Hughie Kelly), Wembrook 6 (Jarinpaul Tut 3, Richard Taylor 2, Anton Pearson) Kenilworth Town 0, White Hart Sports 2 (Jack Teggin 2) Bedworth Eagles 4 (Scott McNie 2, Nathan Martin, Andy McKenzie)


Under 18 Red: A poor performance against Castlehurst Colts bought Hillmorton down to earth. After a scrappy start, Castlehurst went 2-0 in front, capitalising on defensive errors. Another mistake allowed Castlehurst to make it 3-0 before Hillmorton began to rally and although creating several opportunities themselves, they had to settle for just one goal scored by Richard Smith. Steve Pitt, Rob Gardner and David Maddox netting for Castlehurst Colts.

Bilton Ajax 1 (Nick Matthews) Christ the King 3 (Liam Shields, Sean Doherty, own goal), Castlehurst Colts 3 (Steve Pitt, Rob Gardner, David Maddox) Hillmorton 1 (Richard Smith), Coundon Cockerels 3 (Kyle Smith 2, Michael Fretter) Bulkington Sports 5 (Adam Dewis, Mark Harrison 3, Stuart Leddy), Silhill Youth 2 (Jerome Fleming 2) Central Ajax 1 (Dan Seaman)

Under 18 Blue: A scorching twenty-five yard free kick by Tom Bailey was the highlight of a 5-1 win for Finham Park Rangers in a scrappy game with Whitley Juniors. Bailey added a second, James Waggitt scored twice as well with Richard Sutherland netting the other goal and Kevin Bulger scoring the Whitley consolation.  Geddes Murray and David Williams put Cannon Park Colts on the up against Chapelfields Colts before Chapelfields struck back to win 4-2, Mitchell Walters, Sam Thompson, Nathan Watts and Leigh Davidson scoring for the visitors.

Cannon Park Colts 2 (Geddes Murray, David Williams) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Mitchell Walters, Sam Thompson, Nathan Watts, Leigh Davidson), Coundon Old Boys 0 Hawkes Mill Juniors 7 (James Morgan, Dan Tomalin, Matty Avens 3, Chris Allen 2), Finham Park Rangers 5 (Tom Bailey 2, Richard Sutherland, James Waggitt 2) Whitley Juniors 1 (Kevin Bulger), Kenilworth Wardens 2 (Dave Watt, John Scammell) Bedworth Athletic 7 (Scott Moore 2, Tom Daly 2, Lewis Halfacree 2, Ryan Morris), Sporting Athletic 4 (Nico Williams, Matthew Doherty, Craig Downs) Allesley Athletic 1 (Matt Fisher)


Bedworth Nursing Cup Under 12: In a well-contested cup-tie, Coventry Jaguar Youth saw off the challenge of Bedworth Rangers 6-0. Dale Sawyer gave them the lead with a fierce shot, quickly added to by Paddy Ryan. Lewis Poyser then ran the length of the field before rounding the Rangers goalkeeper to make the score 3-0. A goal straight from the second half restart by Sammy Franks meant there was no way back for Bedworth despite all of their efforts before the final two goals came from man of the match Paddy Ryan.