Results Sunday 22nd February 2004


Birmingham County Football Association Sunday Youth Cup Round 4: Hawkes Mill Juniors reached the semi final stage of the competition with a good win over Birmingham side, Forest Falcons. The Falcons who currently lead the league they play in became the latest side to succumb to a Hawkes Mill side taking an eight consecutive win. Strikers Matty Avens and James Morgan scored a goal apiece to put the Hawkes in front with Forest Falcons notching their consolation with the last kick of the game.

Central Ajax 0 Erdington Star 3, Christ the King 0 ASP Boys 1, Forest Falcons 1 Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (James Morgan, Matt Avens)


Under 9 Red: Mount Nod, playing neat football put Dunlop onto the back foot in the first half but goalkeeper, Luke Maxwell denied the Highway to keep the score even at half time. In the second half, Dunlop, led by Ian Farquhar, pushed forward and grabbed the only goal of the game when Frankie Iaquinta collected the ball in his own half and took it deep into the Mount Nod area before laying it across for Kieran Conway to tap into the net.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Thomas Wedgebury, Sam Proctor), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Kieran Conway) Mount Nod Highway 0, Wyken FC 3 (Jack Gault 2, Luke Green) Christ the King 3 (Mason Kerr 3, Joshua Potter, Dane Kenny)

Under 9 Blue: Dominic Walsh and Ryan Shaw both produced excellent performances in a club derby between Dunlop Juniors and Jets. The Juniors went into a 4-0 first half lead, playing with the wind, Sam Browne 2, Drew Moloney and Dominic Walsh on target before the Jets playing with determination in the second half pulled a goal back through Jordan Hurst.

AT7 Youth 0 Whitley Juniors 0, Brinklow Juniors 7 (Philip Barrett, Josh Brannon 2, Adam Cooper 2, Lewis Pepper 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Andrew Butcher), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jack Sweeney, Will James) Finham Park Rangers 2 (Aaron Cassidy, David Clements), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Sam Browne 2, Dominic Walsh, Drew Moloney) Dunlop Jets 1 (Jordan Hurst), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Coyle Edwards, James Knight) Coventry Aquatics 2 (Liam Williams, Tre Forster), London Road Lions 1 (Aaron Beard) Dunlop Dynamos 2 (Liam Evans, Ellis Raymond)


Under 10 Red: Three superb finishes in five first half minutes earned Chapelfields a 3-1win over London Road. Bradley Teggin volleyed in the first from a corner kick, Alex Winders added the second with an excellent shot and James Hartland the third with a drive from the edge of the penalty area. London Road battled back in the second half and Declan Corcoran scored a consolation. Coventry Jaguar and AT7 played out an entertaining but bruising game that ended in a 1-1 draw. The Jaguar took the lead after Joe Price made a run down the left before threading a perfect pass through for Robert Tressler to beat Jordan Brandish in the AT7 goal. AT7 never stopped working and always posed a threat with Wyatt Jones showing his strength in the air, testing Martin Reid throughout. With fifteen minutes to go, Jones grabbed the equaliser, beating Reid from close range to level the score.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Alex Winders, Bradley Teggin, James Hartland) London Road Lions 1 (Declan Corcoran), Coundon Cockerels 2 Whitley Juniors 3, Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Robert Tressler) AT7 Youth 1 (Wyatt Jones)

Under 10 Blue: Caludon (Ben O’Hara and Corey Carpenter) went into a 2-0 lead early in the second half against Binley Woods, but the villagers with Rebecca Todd outstanding battled to draw level with goals by Brandon Sohal and Aaron Hope. The London Road goalkeeper was in excellent form, denying the Mount Nod attack for most of the game, being beaten in the first half by a Charlie Cook drive and then late on when Adam Lumley turned in a Cook corner kick as the Highway won 2-0. AT7 Youth won a very competitive game with Dunlop 2-1. Nathan Osbourne and Michael Grady gave AT7 the lead before Lewis Bowles beat the excellent Kyle Bhara in the AT7 goal to pull one back for Dunlop.

Athletic United 1 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5, AT7 Youth 2 (Mason Osbourne, Michael Grady) Dunlop Juniors 1 (Lewis Bowles), Balsall & Berkswell 0 Christ the King 1 (Declan Keogh), Binley Woods 2 (Aaron Hope, Brandon Sohal) Caludon Youth 2 (Ben O’Hara, Corey Carpenter), Chapelfields Colts 3 (Raff Williams, Jake Frost 2) Brinklow Juniors 1 (Nathan Arundel), London Road Lions 0 Mount Nod Highway 2 (Charlie Cook, Adam Lumley), Morris Rangers 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Daniel Carlyon, Amman Sarkaria)

Under 10 Green: Chapelfields picked up their second successive win as Jamie Lucas netted his third treble of the season in a 5-2 win over Pro Santos. Antonio Harris scored his first of the season with Jordan Cooke adding the other, Ryan Caputo and Ryan Murray on target for Pro Santos. The Boat got back to winning ways with a 4-1 defeat of Athletic. Enjoying most of the possession, Josh Selby (2), Nathan Price and Reece Clarke were all on target with Leighton Treacy and James Goggins outstanding in defence as Athletic pulled a goal back from Ryan Rufus.

Chapelfields Colts (Jordan Cooke, Jamie Lucas 3, Antonio Harris) Pro Santos 2 (Ryan Caputo, Ryan Murray), Coventry Colts 2 (Thomas Somers, Reece Hewitt) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Michael McDonald, Michael Pearson), Finham Park Colts 6 Leamington Hibernians 1, Finham Park Rangers 1 (Christian Lynch) Dunlop Juniors 0, Pinley NDC 3 (Brendan McKirdy 3) Exhall Tigers 2 (Rowan Courts 2), The Boat FC Juniors 4 (Josh Selby 2, Nathan Price, Reece Clarke), Athletic United 1 (Ryan Rufus), Wyken Colts 4 (Lewis Bolton 4) Mount Nod Highway 2 (Luke Purvis 2), Wyken FC 6 Brinklow Juniors 3


Under 11A: Whitley Juniors had too much pace and power for AT7 Youth in the first half, As goals from Harry Freeman, Brett Davies and Liam Rutter took the Juniors to a 3-0 lead. In the second half with BJ Middleton and James Haynes getting to grips in midfield, AT7 enjoyed more of the play although goalkeeper, Dale O’Donnell frustrated Whitley on more than one occasion. Callum Fleming and Freeman put Whitley 5-0 in front before Michael McCloskey scored a well-deserved consolation goal for AT7 Youth. Referee Lee Proud, who has recently qualified, was applauded by both teams for his assured handling of the game. Wyken took the lead against Finham before smart play by Matt Budd and Tom Rawlings led to Budd grabbing the equaliser. Within a minute, Tom Annett put Finham in front, following up after Rawlings had seen his shot saved. At the start of the second half, Wyken levelled the scores but Rawlings and Budd gave Finham a two goal cushion before Wyken set up a tense few minutes by scoring their third but Finham hung on to win 4-3. Michael Healy put London Road in front after only eighteen seconds and then Ryan Haraburda doubled the lead before half time. Ben Lyons pulled a goal back for Dunlop, stabbing the ball in from close range before Jake Holt levelled the scores. Holt was then unlucky to see a shot cannon back off of the Lions crossbar before Haraburda restored the London Road lead squeezing in a shot from a tight angle before turning provider to set up Martin Key for the final goal in a 4-2 win.

AT7 Youth 1 (Michael McCloskey) Whitley Juniors 5 (Harry Freeman 2, Callum Fleming, Liam Rutter, Brett Davies), Chapelfields Colts Red 9 Binley Woods 1, Finham Park Rangers 4 (Tom Annett, Matt Budd 2, Tom Rawlings) Wyken FC 3 (Costa, Arthur, Hickman), London Road Lions 4 (Ryan Haraburda 2, Martin Key, Michael Healy) Dunlop Juniors 2 (Jake Holt, Ben Lyons), PSA Peugeot Citroen 6 Coundon Cockerels 3, Rugby Town 4 (David Smith, Nic Whittam, Russ Ingram, Jordan Edginton) Brinklow Juniors 0

Under 11B: Coventry Colliery Colts 4 Mount Nod Highway 2, Dunlop Dynamos 3 (Daniel Randle, Jonathan Gayton, Sam Griffiths) Leamington Hibernians 1 (Sam Wareing) Keresley Colts 3 (Niall Evans 2, Matthew Coyle) Rugby Town (2002) 1 (Rhys Slatcher), Pinley NDC 4 (Louis O’Connor 3, Jordan Chandler) London Road Colts 3 (Thomas Wareing, Adam King 2)


Under 12A: London Road and Coventry Jaguar contested a well-fought game with neither team able to break the first half deadlock. London Road went closest as the Jaguars Kofi Poyser made a fine goal line clearance to deny Adam Freeman. The Jaguar then took charge in the second half, with Alistair Gibson, Poyser, Sammy Franks and Dale Sawyer all scoring to secure a 4-0 win. 

Kenilworth Town 3 (Tom Glassok, Will Kershaw, George Hannam) PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Sean Kay 2, Travis Lea Beeston, Michael Watson), London Road Lions 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (Kofi Poyser, Alistair Gibson, Dale Sawyer, Sammy Franks), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Lewis Harvey) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Robert Oglesby), Rugby Town 6 (A. Baker, P. Baker, J. Farrow, O. Chater 2) Whitley Juniors 2 (John Hayton, Anthony Keenan), Stretton Athletic 1 (Sean Kelly) AT7 Youth 2 (Thomas Henry 2)

Under 12B: Hayden Swift coolly slotted the ball past the Pinley goalkeeper to put Dunlop ahead after only four minutes to set off a scoring spree in the first twenty minutes of the game.  A fine free kick saw Pinley draw level only for Danny Butler to put Dunlop back turning in a corner by Ryan Williams. Once more Pinley equalised before Butler grabbed his second goal after only seventeen minutes. By half time Pinley were level again and the second half proved the defences had tightened up before Butler completed his hat trick midway through the half to earn Dunlop a 4-3 win.

Brinklow Juniors 1 Allesley Aces 7, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 8 (Liam Tweedie 2, Jamie McSkimming, Kelvin Wilson 3, Mikey Crosdale, Dan Malley) Leamington Hibernians 3 (Jordan White, Daniel Farrelly), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Daniel Butler 3, Hayden Swift) Pinley NDC 3 (Nick Walker, James Chalmers, Ryan Vince), Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Alex Czerniewski 2, James Sweeney) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Martin Gormley, Liam Windridge, Troy Lally)

Under 12C: Christ the King Rovers 5 (David Howland 2, Charlie Bond, Jamie Seigner, Jamie Jackson) Potters Green 0, Ryona FC 4 (Kieran McMurray 2, Ashley Dixon, Aaron Whetstone) Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (Joshua Keal)


Under 13 Knock Out Cup Round 2: Finham scored after just thirty-five seconds of this much delayed cup-tie, Tom Stanley making the most of a Jonathan Openshaw cross. With the wind at their backs, Stanley added a second after Jack Blundy had nodded on a throw in by Robert Palmer. Blundy then scored a fine solo goal before Henry Leaver put Central Ajax back in the game with an unstoppable shot. In the second half, Ajax used the wind to apply pressure to the Finham defence but Chris Thomas in goal and Sam Ballinger at sweeper remained solid. A speculative cross shot by Blundy put Finham 4-1 in front before Central Ajax set up a frantic last ten minutes when Leaver scored his second goal of the game but Finham hung on to win.

Finham Park Rangers 4 (Jack Blundy 2, Tom Stanley 2) Central Ajax 2 (Henry Leaver 2)

Under 13A: Ash Green United 0 Massey Ferguson Colts 3 (Nathan Harvey 2, Conor Ward), Bedworth United 3 (Ian Ashby, Greg Cooke 2) St. Nicolas’ Boys 1 (Logan Kane), Binley Woods 1 (Callum Ogilvie) Rugby Town 5 (Thomas Elliott, Jamie Slade, Alex Platt, Atal Hinds 2), Coundon Cockerels 8 (Connor Thwaites, Cory Williams, Liam Terry, Kevin Gibney, James Oglesby, Ben Vallance, Liam Davies, Lewis Rober6ts) Bedworth Eagles 1 (Callum Parson), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 8 (Craig Hands 2, James Dewhurst, Lewis Curry, Adam Cooke 2, Steven McGowan 2) Dunlop Juniors 4 (Darryl Munro 2, Matthew Ellis, Josh Cruise) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Billy O’Grady) London Road Lions 5 (Chris Wilson King, James Collins 2, Darren Jackson 2), Whitley Juniors 2 (Lee Morgan, Ainsley Carpenter) Christ the King 3 (Lee Chapman, Shaun Gaffney 2)

Under 13B: Allesley Aces 2 (Aaron Munro, Robert Turrall) Allesley Eagles 4 (Daniel Hayden 3, Adam Ward), Christ the King Rovers 1 (Darren Batchelor) Rugby Town (2002) 8 (Sean Pollard 2, Max Beard 2, Tobie Watts, Robbie Flude, Halim-Halim, Nabil Hussein), Coundon Colts 6 (Ryan O’Sullivan, Nathan Kaylan, Martin Carlin, Josh Darcy, Daniel Blackwell 2) Coventry Aquatics 6 (Anthony Ostachuk 4, Sebastian Guraya, Mark Maguire), Earlsdon FC 5 (Joe Atkins, Scott Hennell 2, James Hnatushka 2) Whitley Colts 0, Ernesford Dynamos 6 (Daryl Kelsey, Gurpreet Minhas Singh, Tom Partridge 2, Joe Sheerman 2) The Boat FC Juniors 2 (Martin Maramba, Kieran Finnegan), Mount Nod Highway 3 (Niall McDonald 2, Layeton Syme) AT7 Youth 1 (Peter Monger)


Under 14A: AT7 Youth 9 (Paul Cash 4, Arron Bicker 2, James Levantini, Kyle O’Sullivan, Chris Wilson) Coundon Cockerels 0, Binley Woods 0 Finham Park Rangers 1, Firefighters 1 (Steve Roberts) Whitley Juniors 4 (Dean Kimberlin, James Tamna, Matty Jardim 2), Norton Lindsey 0 Bedworth Eagles 7 (Marco Higgins 4, Craig Proctor, Pete Finney, Ashley Spencer), Rugby Town (2002) 1 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Jack Pearson), Wallace JFC 2 (Gianni Dainty, Lee Pemberton) Mount Nod Highway 5 (Ross Irwin 3, Martin Healey 2)

Under 14B: A possible title decider between Panjab Radio and Ernesford Dynamos went in favour of the visitors after their goalkeeper, Luke McMahon, made two crucial early saves to deny Panjab the lead. The Dynamos went in front with a Sam Cross goal before Reece Gordon added a second pouncing on a rebound off of the Panjab crossbar. Nathan Crick struck for Panjab before half time from the penalty spot despite McMahon getting his hand to the spot kick. In the second half, as Panjab applied pressure, the Ernesford defence of Leon Simmons, Chris Russell, Michael Barber and Aaron Carroll negated the threat of the Panjab attack before a Cross penalty put the Dynamos 3-1 ahead before Russell wound up a 4-1 win for his side netting the final goal.

Brinklow Juniors 1 Spencer Sports 6, Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Nathan Crick) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Chris Russell, Reece Gordon, Sam Cross 2), Rugby Town 6 (Adam Barby, Loz Jackson, Ben Johnson 2, Thomas Redman 2) Christ the King 4 (David Poole 2, Robert Wheatley, Smith)


Under 15 Knock Out Cup Quarterfinals: Christ the King 1 (Sean Monnington) Nuneaton Griff 4 (Robert Harris, Ryan Gudger, Ryan Birch, Michael Fell), Coventry Colliery Colts 5 (Jake Green, Steve Foster, Lee McCormick) Mount Nod Highway 3 (Scott Dowd 2, Todd Howarth)

Under 15A: Sean Sproul scored a superb goal as Whitley Juniors defeated Binley Woods 3-1. He took the ball on his chest and as it dropped hit a superb volley from all of thirty yards, giving the Binley goalkeeper absolutely no chance of saving the shot.

Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Callum Woodward, Adam Kenny) Morris Rangers 2 (Andrew Brookes 2), Rugby Town 1 (Beau Carney) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Leon Yates), Whitley Juniors 3 (Ross Knight, Martin Cullinane, Sean Sproul) Binley Woods 1 (Matt Shepherd)

Under 15B: Allesley Aces 6 (Sean McHail 3, Dan Lucas 2, Sean Dean) Leamington Hibernians 3 (Chris Barnes 2, John Swinburn), Bermuda Colts 7 (Adam Johnson, Adam Baxter, Adam Garvin, Dan Edmond 4) Hawkes Mill Colts 2 (Richard McKissock, Ben Horne), Coventry Boys Club 3 (Michael Evans 2, Jason Wigmore) Finham Park Rangers 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Kieran Fagan, Paul Nash, Stuart Wheatcroft) Brinklow Juniors 1 (David Bush)


Under 16 Knock Out Cup Round 3: Mount Nod moved smoothly into the quarterfinals with a comprehensive 7-1 defeat of Chapelfields Colts. Six players netted with Martin Chinn grabbing a brace as the Highway scored six goals in the second half.

Mount Nod Highway 7 (Martin Chinn 2, Sanchez McBean, Tom Newton, Ricky Cutting, David Shepherd, Adam Mernagh) Chapelfields Colt 1 (Graham Tearne)

Under 16A: It took a late strike by Iain Green to earn Nuneaton Griff the points against local rivals Chetwynd, Green scoring the only goal of the game. After Andrew Buswell had scored twice to put the Sphinx ahead, Morris Rangers showed their resilience as Mark Wright and Chris Wills scored to earn their team a 2-2 draw. Leaders North Warwickshire College pulled further away at the top after a 3-1 defeat of Coundon Cockerels whilst Ben Morgan scored twice for Christ the King as they combated the windy conditions better to see off the challenge of Hartshill 4-2.

Chetwynd 0 Nuneaton Griff 1 (Iain Green), Christ the King 4 (Ben Morgan 2, Ben Palmer, Sean Crean) Hartshill Sports 2 (Matthew Shaw, Richard Daniels), Morris Rangers 2 (Mark Wright, Chris Wills) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Andrew Buswell 2), North Warwickshire College 3 (Carl Hollingsworth 2, Dave Barnett) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Sunil Jaspal)

Under 16B: The first half advantage of the wind helped Wembrook to open up a useful lead over Pinley. After creating an early chance for Richard Taylor, it was Jarinpaul Tut who put the home team ahead before Ian Bailey levelled for Pinley from a penalty. With Matthew White tormenting the Pinley defence, Tut restored their lead before White added a third after good work from Scott Dewis and Anton Pearson. Bailey scored a second for Pinley before Jaspal Kaung provided the pass for Tut to complete a hat trick and on the final whistle, Taylor set up Dewis to finish the game with a flourish, scoring the fifth goal. Four goals in the last twenty minutes helped Bedworth eagles to come from behind to beat Ernesford 4-1 whilst Jaguar Colts keep snapping at the heels of the leaders with a comfortable 7-0 defeat of Kenilworth. PSA Peugeot pulled back a 3-1 deficit to earn a creditable 3-3 draw with leaders White Hart Sports, Ryan Ledger scoring twice.

Bedworth Eagles 4 (Nathan Martin, Scott McNie, Andrew McKenzie, Gareth Hopkins) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Liam Hayward), Coventry Red Devils 2 (Shahid Ahmed 2) Baginton Guild 4 (Roy Patrick 2, Jimmy Provett, Luke Coad), Jaguar Colts 7 (Ashley Jackson, Kane Carver Smith, Daniel Harrigan, John Moynihan, Mark Lees, Jamie Collins, Roderick Pitt) Kenilworth Town 0, PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 (Ryan Ledger 2, Andy Newman) White Hart Sports 3 (Jack Teggin 2, Richard Ould), Wembrook 5 (Jarinpaul Tut 3, Matthew White, Scott Dewis) Pinley NDC 2 (Ian Bailey 2)


Under 18 Red: Bilton Ajax1 (Andy Newnham) v Castlehurst Colts 3 (B. Bailey, R. Gardner, S. Pitt), Bulkington Sports 2 (Morgan Lewis, Ben Rowe) Hillmorton 1 (Luke Pritchard)

Under 18 Blue: Cannon Park Colts 6 (Geddes Murray 2, Adam Said 2, Gary Vickers, Leigh Stewart) Allesley Athletic 3 (James Trout, Luke Brierley, Daniel Docherty), Chapelfields Colts 4 (James Connolly, Sam Thompson, Daniel Longbottom) AT7 Youth 1 (Kyle Lockington),  Panjab Radio Sporting 2 (Jaspal Dhaddy, Aaron White) Finham Park Rangers 5 (Sam Bird, Richard Synnett, David Isaac 2, David Lancaster), Sporting Athletic 1 (Simeon Williams) GNP Sports 2 (Pav Somal, Jas Dosanjh), Whitley Juniors 4 (Martin Shaw 2, Karl Fikret, Sean Hicks) Bedworth Athletic 0