Fixtures Sunday 14th December 2003


Birmingham County Football Association Sunday Minor Cup Round Three: CCC Boys 6 Chetwynd 3 (Lee Perry 2, Vernon Johnson), Central Ajax 2 Morris Rangers 0, Mount Nod Highway 0 Rugby Town 6, Nuneaton Griff 1 (Iain Green) North Warwickshire College 2 (Chris Brookes 2)

Holders Mount Nod Highway, winners for the last two seasons, relinquished their grip on the trophy as Rugby Town reached the last sixteen after a 6-0 away win. Chris Dixon split the Highway defence allowing Shane Wilson in to give Rugby the lead and then Ryan Byrne set up Lee Perkins for the second. With Luke Morton and David Lee in commanding form, Mount Nod had few opportunities although goalkeeper, Matt Lambert was forced to make a couple of good stops. Wilson made it 3-0 from a Taylor cross before Byrne netted a fourth direct from a free kick. Lee Salisbury and Morton then wrapped up the 6-0 win. With Chetwynd, Morris Rangers and Nuneaton Griff also parting company with the competition, only North Warwickshire College are representing the league in the last sixteen although they may be joined by Coventry Sphinx Juniors who play their third round tie next Sunday.


Under 9 Red: AT7 Youth 1 (Rick Fletcher) Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (George Bolus, Derry McKernen), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Danny McCann) Christ the King 2 (M. Kerr, T. Wilson), Whitley Juniors 0 Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kane Collins, Kieran Conway, Nathan McGarrity), Wyken FC 3 (Jonathan Clancy, Dale Wigmore, Charlie Stanness) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Cameron Lowe, Kyran Lowe, 2 x own goal)

Under 9 Blue: Fast improving Christ the King put on their strongest display of the season in a 6-0 defeat of Dunlop Jets Ryan Berridge and Pete Marriott both scored twice with Christian Jordan and Lewis Davis adding the other goals despite the best efforts of the Jets stand in goalkeeper.

AT7 Youth 0 Chapelfields Colts 1, Brinklow Juniors 1 Binley Woods 6, Christ the King 6 (Ryan Berridge 2, Pete Marriott 2, Christian Jordan, Lewis Davis) Dunlop Jets 0, Coventry Aquatics 0 London Road Lions 2 (Daniel Read 2)


Under 10 Red: An open attacking game was played out by Christ the King and Chapelfields Colts. A very close game was settled in favour of the Colts when a free kick by Joe Henderson took a deflection and wrong footed the Kings defence. Coventry Jaguar and Coundon Cockerels also shared a tight game in which James McKinnon gave the Cockerels an early lead with a close range finish after the Jaguar had failed to clear their lines. Right on half time, Martin Reid levelled the score with a stinging shot from outside of the penalty area. Midway through the second half, Robert Tressler put the Jaguar in front but the Cockerels fought back in the closing stages, winning a last minute corner kick from which James Pontin made the score 2-2 with a powerful header.

Christ the King 0 Chapelfields Colts 1 (Joe Henderson), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Martin Reid, Robert Tressler) Coundon Cockerels 2 (James Pontin, James MacKinnon), Keresley Colts 1 (J. Ellis) Kenilworth Wardens 3 (Will Lamond, Adam Newbold, Harry Steele), Whitley Juniors 2 (Brandon Avery, Chris Livermore) London Road Lions 1 (Alex Lacy)

Under 10 Blue: After a goal less first half with Morris Rangers, Mount Nod scored four second half goals without reply. Jimmy Swain opened with a deflected goal and then Charlie Cook first set up James Chappell before laying on the cross for Swain to score his second. Cook then turned goalscorer with a curling shot into the top corner of the goal.

Binley Woods 2 (Luke Moran, Matthew Pine) Balsall & Berkswell 0, Brinklow Juniors 1 (Craig Payne) Christ the King 0, Caludon Youth 2 (Corey Carpenter, Shaun Russell) Chapelfields Colts 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 6 Coventry Jaguar Youth 2, Mount Nod Highway 4 (Jimmy Swain 2, James Chappell, Charlie Cook) Morris Rangers 0

Under 10 Green: A goal from the in form Chris Perry helped Finham Park Rangers to a 6-0 win over Keresley Colts. Cameron Rennie (3) and Glen Robinson (2) had put Finham in control but it still needed good efforts by Roddy Maccallum and William Kenney-Herbert to keep a clean sheet. A 5-1 win for Dunlop Juniors over the leaders Boat FC Juniors closed the gap at the top. A brace from Luke Wensley sandwiched a goal by Andrew Barnacle for the Boat before Liam Oglesby added a third first half goal. The win was rounded off as Ryan Caffrey netted twice in the second half.

Coventry Colts 0 Pinley NDC 2 (James Adams, Brendan McKirdy), Coventry Jaguar Youth 8 (own goal, `Matthew Duke, Michael McDonald 2, Daniel Cummings, Lewis Robinson, Michael Pearson, Thomas Pittaway) Athletic United 0, Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Luke Thompson, Andrew Ferraro, Donil Barnett) Brinklow Juniors 1 (Ben Stone), Finham Park Colts 0 Wyken FC 2 (Reece Garland, Jack Rixon), Finham Park Rangers 6 (Cameron Rennie 3, Glen Robinson 2, Chris Perry) Keresley Colts 0, Mount Nod Highway 1 (Luke Fry) Pro Santos 3 (Daniel Russell, Jack Scandrett, Oliver Koczkowski) , The Boat FC Juniors 1 (Andrew Barnacle) Dunlop Juniors 5 (Ryan Caffrey 2, Liam Oglesby, Luke Wesley 2) , Wyken Colts 2 (Jake Whittaker 2) Leamington Hibernians 1 (Harvey White)


Under 11A: Danny Fagan gave Wyken the lead over Dunlop but the Juniors pulled level when Luke Ellis netted. In the second half, Wyken continued to press but the Dunlop defence held firm until two minutes from the end when Adam Ellis netted to give Wyken a 2-1 success. A sporting gesture by the Sphinx manager enabled nine man Christ the King compete with their opponents. The Sphinx fielded a ten man team in an attempt to provide a sporting contest and they were vindicated when Tom Reeve scored a late winner from the penalty spot. Abdullah Davud put the Kings in front on his debut only for Sam Skerratt to equalise with a superb goal before putting the Sphinx ahead. Liam Browne curled in a right foot shot with just six minutes to go making the score 2-2 before the late penalty shattered the Kings hopes of a point. Ryan Blayney and Tom Starkey were outstanding in their respective defences. Jack Truman put London Road in front against Finham Park but the visitors levelled when Matt Budd pressured the Lions defence to score. In the second half, Nick Fellows in the London road goal frustrated the Finham attack before Sam Garbett nipped in to score the winner for Finham. Whitley Juniors were just off the pace this week, going down 2-1 at home to Rugby Town. The Town proved the stronger as the game progressed with goals by Liam Cope and Craig Murch outscoring a single Whitley goal by Ryan Blackwell. 

AT7 Youth 1 PSA Peugeot Citroen 8, Binley Woods 0 Coundon Cockerels 4 (Morgan Baker 2, Oliver Wright 2), Brinklow Juniors 0 Chapelfields Colts Red 13, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Sam Skerratt 2, Tom Reeve) Christ the King 2 (Abdullah Davud, Liam Browne), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Luke Ellis) Wyken FC 2 (Danny Fagan, Adam Ellis), London Road Lions 1 (Jack Truman) Finham Park Rangers 2 (Matt Budd, Sam Garbett), Whitley Juniors 1 (Ryan Blackwell) Rugby Town 2 (Liam Cope Craig Murch)

Under 11B: Amit Gill helped Dunlop Dynamos to win a thriller with Coventry Aquatics 3-2. Each time Dunlop went in front, the Aquatics struck back to equalize before gill netted the winner with ten minutes to play and then the Dynamos defence of Rob Mee, Jack Ford, Aaron Hayre and Terry Hewins stood steady as Dunlop held on to win. Ben Perry put Finham Lions ahead against Ernesford Dynamos after just two minutes, latching on to a pass from Daniel McQuillan. Matthew Breed then added two more before a James Gould piledriver put the game out of the reach of the Dynamos by half time. Daniel King pulled them a goal back in the second half before Perry wrapped up a 5-1 win for Finham.

Christ the King Rovers 1 James Reidy) Pinley NDC 2 (Louis O’Connor, Jake Donovan), Coventry Aquatics 2 (Matthew Potter, Hayden Shirley) Dunlop Dynamos 3 (Amit Gill 2, Sam Griffiths), Coventry Jaguar Youth 5 Coventry Colliery Colts 1, Finham Lions 5 (Matt Breed 2, Ben Perry 2, James Gould) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Daniel King), Leamington Hibernians 3 (Dan Brown, Sam Wareing 2) Keresley Colts 3, London Road Colts 6 (Adam King 3, Arminder Singh, Mikey Tomkins, Amrik Soar) Mount Nod Highway 0


Under 12A: A superb game between Chapelfields Colts and Rugby Town saw the visitors go 2-0 in front before Sean O’Donnell pulled one back for the hosts. In the second half, Rugby opened up a 4-1 advantage only for O’Donnell and Jacob Blackwell to make the most of the Chapelfields pressure to score twice. This spurred the Colts forward but Rugby claimed a 5-3 win with the last kick of the game.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Sean O’Donnell 2, Jacob Blackwell) Rugby Town 5 (J. Goodwin, J. Farrow, R. Miller, A. Baker 2), Finham Park Rangers 1 (Tom Beesley) AT7 Youth 3 (Anthony Donnell 3), Kenilworth Town 6 (Tom Glassok 3, Rory Bradbury, Will Kershaw, Dominic Pines) London Road Lions 1 (Adam Freeman), Mount Nod Highway 6 (Anthony Willis 3, Ricky Hill 3) Whitley Juniors 1 (Ryan Marshall), PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (David Buckley 2) Christ the King 1 (J. Keogh), Wyken FC 3 (John Hayton, Danny Tonner, Chris Fletcher) Stretton Athletic 6 (Sean Kelly 2, Luke Busby 2, Freddie Owen, Ben Franklin)

Under 12B: Coundon Cockerels 8 (Martin Connolly 3, Daniel Noonan, Troy Lally, Steven Vallance, Tom Maddison, Liam Windridge) Finham Park Colts 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Kelvin Wilson, Dan West) Allesley Aces 6 (John Clusker, David Jeffries 2, Conor Scott 2, David Bell), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Mark Jackson, Daniel Butler 2) Brinklow Juniors 0, Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Carl Hackleton, Karl Forsythe) Leamington Hibernians 1 (own goal)

Under 12C: Hawkes Mill Juniors put on a superb display to inflict a first league defeat on leaders, All Nations. Luke Russell put the Hawkes in front with a cracking shot and despite being under severe second half pressure, Hawkes Mill claimed a great 2-0 win when Louis Stockil latched onto a through ball to score.

Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Luke Russell, Louis Stockil) All Nations FC 0, Longford Community FC 13 Kenilworth Town Juniors 1, Morris Rangers 2 (Charlie Hole, Luke Whittaker) Christ the King Rovers 8 (James Seigner, Max West 3, Callum Forsythe, Charlie Bond 3), Pro Santos 5 (Greg Binns 3, Kieron Danks, Amarpal Sohota) Potters Green 3 (Daniel Fossick 2, Connor McLean), Wyken Aces 2 (Gary Rothan, Kyle Dunkley) Ryona FC 8 (Jack Monger 3, Kieran McMurray 2, John Rankin, Dale Jennings, Adam Edgar George)


Under 13A: Ash Green United 2 (Cameron Tune, Scott Morgan) PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Tony Gill, Scott McHugh), Bedworth Eagles 1 (Matt Golds) Whitley Juniors 4 (Danny Loney 3, Mark Withers), Central Ajax 5 (Henry Leaver 4, Lee Sallis) St. Nicolas’ Boys 4 (Simon Rawbone, Simon Olerenshaw, James Thorpe, Logan Kane), Chapelfields Colts 3 (George Faulkner 2, Alex Jones) Wyken FC 5 (Ashley Holmes 2, Lee Walters 2, Callum Taylor), Christ the King 2 (Liam Doyle, Shaun Gaffney) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Craig Hands), Dunlop Juniors 2 (Daryl Munroe, Matthew Ellis) Bedworth United 9 (Ian Ashby, Joe Smith-Walker, Brendan Harrison, Matty Wong 3, Greg Cooke 3), London Road Lions 1 (James Collins) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Liam Davies), Massey Ferguson Colts 7 (Paul Green, Nathan Harvey 2, Jamie Elliott, Kieran Corbett, Danny Nealon 2) Binley Woods 0, Rugby Town 2 (Jamie Slade, Alex Platt) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Adam Howey)

Under 13B: Gurjeet Singh netted three times as Ernesford Dynamos built on last week’s efforts to record a well-earned victory against Allesley Eagles. Tom Partridge also claimed a hat trick as Joe Sheerman scored on his debut for the Dynamos with the Eagles grabbing their only goal from a Danny Jones penalty kick.

Allesley Eagles 1 (Danny Jones) Ernesford Dynamos 9 (Gurjeet Singh 3, Tom Partridge 3, Joe Sheerman, Luke McAleer, Andrew Doherty), Coundon Colts 12 (Nathan Kaylan 4, Martin Carling 2, Adam Curtis 2, Luke Walker, Ryan Sullivan, Rob Cleaver, Max Harris) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, Earlsdon FC 3 (Danny Barlow, Elliot Riordan, Matthew Gardner) Christ the King Rovers 0, Mount Nod Highway 1 (Niall McDonald) Rugby Town (2002) 7 (Sean Pollard, Danny Reeve, Halim-Halim, Aaron Crisp, Robbie Flude, Max Beard 2), Radford Rangers 12 (Kadeem King 5, Joe Kenny 3, Carl Jeffs, Raspal Bansal 2, Lee Norman) The Boat FC Juniors 0, Rugby Town (2003) 1 (Sam Davis) Coventry Aquatics 1 (Carl Neale), Whitley Colts 7 (Danny Maher, Chris Cronin 3, Lee Jonas 2, Matt Gilder) Allesley Aces 1 (Adam Munro)


Under 14A: North Warwickshire College collected their first league win of the season, 2-1 against Coundon Cockerels. The College netted both of their goals in the opening fifteen minutes, Matty Dickie pouncing on to a neat through ball by Sam Garnham and Michael Smith slamming the ball into the net after a corner kick. The second half saw the Cockerels strike back with a goal from Luke Campbell but the College stood firm to claim the all important three points.

AT7 Youth 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5, Binley Woods 0 Rugby Town (2002) 8, Bedworth Eagles 0 Mount Nod Highway 0, Firefighters 1 (Michael Bawden) Norton Lindsey 1 (Mark Briggs), North Warwickshire College 2 (Matty Dickie, Michael Smith) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Luke Campbell), Whitley Juniors 3 (Dion Barrett, Mathew Jardim) Wallace JFC 4 (Lee Pemberton, Adam Vallance 2, David Wignall)

Under 14B: Rich Curtis took full advantage of the windy conditions to put Phoenix in front against the run of play at Finham Park Colts. A superb second half display saw a fine strike from Danny Brown to level the score followed by a brilliant headed goal from Matt Woodcock to put Finham in front. A 4-1 win was wrapped up with further goals from James Marklew and Brown.

Chapelfields Colts 2 (John Taylor, Lawrence Vinnicombe) Christ the King 4 (David Poole 2, Adam Barwell, Aaron Hawkins), Finham Park Colts 4 (Matt Woodcock, James Marklew, Danny Brown 2) Phoenix FC 1 (Rich Curtis), Panjab Radio Sporting 15 (David Ashby 6, Nathan Crick 6, James Roantree, Ahmed Dahir, Gurpreet Nagra) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1(Jordan Brierley), Spencer Sports 4 (Leon Binns 2, Carl Beesley 2) Brinklow Juniors 6 (Rory Higgins 2, James Mercer, Tom Pye Ford 3)


Under 15A: Binley Woods 5 (Daniel McFeely 3, Matt Shepherd, Shayne Freeman) Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Luke Krisculivicius 3, Daniel Allwood), Morris Rangers 2 (Mudrik Said 2) Rugby Town 3 (Beau Carney, Josh Banton, David Kolodynski)

Under 15B: Brinklow Juniors 2 (Alex Baker 2) Bermuda Colts 1 (Dan Edmond), Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Matt Gibbs, Kieran Murphy) Finham Park Rangers 3 (Jonathan Bailey 2, Bradley Roberts), Pinley NDC 3 (Kevin Francis 2, Shane Hand) Chapelfields Colts 3 (Jamie Blundell 2, Elliot Griffiths)


Under 16B: White Hart Sports and Bedworth Eagles kept clear at the top after both won. Jack Teggin and James Wardle both scored twice as White Hart defeated Wembrook 4-0 whilst Pinley gave the Eagles a fright before Ben Morris and Nathan Jones grabbed braces in a 7-1 win whilst Jaguar Colts came out top 12-4 in a high scoring game with the Red Devils. Scott Carter gave Chapelfields an early lead against Baginton after Ashley Forsyth in the Guild goal had saved his first effort. Daniel McGhee then added a second before Jimmy Provett pulled a goal back for Baginton. Wayne Clarke restored the Colts two goal advantage only for Roy Patrick to make the score 3-2. Carter and McGhee both scored their second goals before half time to give Chapelfields a 5-2 lead. In a scrappy second half, Carter took his tally to four as Chapelfields wrapped up a 7-2 win.

Chapelfields Colts 7 (Scott Carter 4, Daniel McGhee 2, Wayne Clarke) Baginton Guild 2 (Roy Patrick, Jimmy Provett), Coventry Red Devils 4 (Parvinder Singh, Satnam Aujla 3) Jaguar Colts 12 (Ashley Jackson 3, Kane Carver-Smith 2, James Collins 2, John Moynihan 2, David Haddon, Daniel Harrigan, Sean Sinnett), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Dean Nicholls, Marvin Hurry) Corner Post Colts 6 (Steve Haughton 2, Scott Finlay, Philip Whitehead, Lewis Dhesi, Craig Corbett), Pinley NDC 1 (Luke Bates) Bedworth Eagles 7 (Scott McCluskey, Ben Morris 2, Nathan Jones 2, Andrew McKenzie, Nathan Martin), PSA Peugeot Citroen 8 (Pat Nicholls, David Shields 2, Ryan Ledger 3, Daniel Brown, own goal) Kenilworth Town 0, White Hart Sports 4 (Jack Teggin 2, James Wardle 2) Wembrook 0


Under 18 Red: A second minute goal by Will Goodman was enough to earn Hillmorton the points against Christ the King. In a hotly contested game, Hillmorton were forced to soak up a lot of pressure as the Kings strove for an equaliser but their defence held firm.

Central Ajax 3 (Warren Hoyte, Charlie Leonard, Stuart James) Bulkington Sports 0, Hillmorton 1 (William Goodman) Christ the King 0

Under 18 Blue: Bedworth Athletic 5 (John Petch, Ryan Morris, Jeff Steane, David Halfacree, Scott Moore) Sporting Athletic 4 (Nico Williams, Matt Doherty, John Tutchener, Paul Harding), GNP Sports 1 (Ravi Jaspal) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Dan Longbottom, Lewis Carroll), Whitley Juniors 6 (Shane Dunn 2, Karl Fikret, Martin Shaw 2, Martin Clark) Allesley Athletic 0


Tamworth Invitation Trophy Under 8:

Mount Nod Highway ‘A’ clashed with their ‘B’ team in the latest round of the competition. Corey Cook and Levi Cox both netted three times as the A team won 9-2 with Ivor Lawton, Ryan Quinn and Jordan Bowswell also scoring. The B team struck back with goals from Harrison Smith