Results Sunday 25th January 2004

 

BCFA Sunday Youth Cup: Coundon Cockerels 0 Central Ajax 3 (Olly Rogers, William Hoyte, Rory Newnham), Hillmorton 2 (Luke Pritchard, Liam Huntley) Christ the King 2 (Scott Baker, Bradley Hooker) aet Christ the King won 2-1 on penalties, Silhill Youth 7 (Martin Moran 3, Adam Myatt, Taghasa Bertram, Jerome Fleming, Steve Townsend) Castle Hurst Colts 3

 

Under 9 Knock Out Cup: Curtis Cutts put Chapelfields in front against Christ the King with Lewis Normoyle adding two more before half time. The Kings pulled a goal back but Cutts restored the Colts three goal advantage. In a tense finish, Christ the King scored two more goals Chapelfields with goalkeeper, Will James in fine form hung on to claim a semi-final place. Mount Nod Highway and Dunlop Juniors put on an entertaining game that was a credit to all involved. The Highway took an early lead and held it until half time despite there being plenty of action at both ends. Shortly after the restart, Dunlop pulled level when Sam Browne slotted home a rebound off of the Highway goalkeeper. The goalies at either end were then kept busy as both teams pressed for a deciding goal, Dunlop hitting a post, but neither side could break the deadlock and the tie went into extra time. Once again the teams could not be separated and a penalty shoot out resulted in which Mount Nod just came out on top by 3-2 to move into the semi-finals.

Chapelfields Colts 4 (Curtis Cutts 2, Lewis Normoyle 2) Christ the King (Red) 3 (Daniel Kelly, Mason Kerr, Josh Totter), Finham Park Rangers 1 (David Clements) Ernesford Dynamos (Red) 3 (Tom Wedgebury, Sam Proctor 2), Mount Nod Highway 1 Dunlop Juniors Blue 1 (Sam Browne) aet Mount Nod won 3-2 on penalties

Under 9 Blue: Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Whitley Juniors 5 (Jason Bickley, Jordan Hiscox, Lee Gough 2, Min Samra)

 

Under 10 Knock Out Cup: Chapelfields Colts had their tie with Green League leaders, The Boat, wrapped up by half time. Racing into a convincing 6- goal lead after Joe Henderson had opened the scoring, James Hartland netted a hat trick and Bradley Teggin weighed in with two more. In the second half, Teggin completed his hat trick and Joss Selby pulled one back for The Boat. A second half strike by Ben O’Hara put Caludon Youth into the next round after a 1-0 defeat of AT7 Youth. Christ the King were the eventual winners in a typical cup-tie with London Road Lions. A well worked corner kick helped London Road to take the lead but the Kings came back quickly to get their noses in front with goals from Lewis Martin and Joseph O’Sullivan by half time. In the second half, London Road came out battling and a quick break saw them draw level at 2-2. Taylor McGregor restored the Kings lead and a brace from Martin made the score 5-2 before the Lions pulled a goal back in injury time to make the final score 5-3 in favour of Christ the King.

AT7 Youth Red 0 Caludon Youth 1 (Ben O’Hara), Binley Woods 2 (Luke Moran, Jordan McBride) Balsall & Berkswell 1 (Joe Maycock), Chapelfields Colts (Red) 7 (James Hartland 3, Bradley Teggin 3, Joe Henderson) The Boat FC Juniors 1 (Joss Selby), Christ the King (Red) 5 (Lewis Martin 3, Joseph O’Sullivan, Taylor McGregor) London Road Lions Red 3, Ernesford Dynamos (Red) 7 Brinklow Juniors 0, Finham Park Rangers (Green) 2 (Glenn Robinson 2) Kenilworth Wardens 8 (Will Lamond 2, Adam Newbold 4, Matthew Hobbs, Tom Woolman), Whitley Juniors 1 (Liam Davies) Finham Park Rangers (Red) 3 (James Corrigan 2, Gareth Price)

Under 10 Blue: Coventry Jaguar were made to work hard for their win over AT7 Youth. With Matthew Dolan impressive in the heart of the AT7 defence, a set piece goal was required to provide the break through. Aaron Jones headed a Daniel Carlyon corner kick in. Carlyon then hit an upright after set up by Jack Simpson and Reece Simpson the crossbar before the end of the game.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Aaron Jones) AT7 Youth 0, Morris Rangers 3 (Nawsir Said 3) Coundon Cockerels 2 (Corey Shield, Thomas Jackson)

Under 10 Green: The Coventry Colts goalkeeper was outstanding in the game with Exhall Tigers. He defied the Tigers attack as Rohan Courts netted twice and Daniel Spencer once in a 3-0 win.  Mount Nod Highway and Ernesford Dynamos shared a six-goal thriller. Two superb strikes from Luke Fry put the Highway on top in the first half but Niall Baskerville also scored twice in the opening ten minutes of the second half to pull Ernesford level again. With five minute to go, the Mount Nod defender Jack Miller made a crucial interception and then provided a defence splitting pass for Luke Purvis to put the Highway back in front and then the same player grabbed his second goal to earn Mount Nod a 4-2 win.

Chapelfields Colts 4 (Jamie Lucas 3, Ryan Hume) Keresley Colts 3 (Jamie Lillis, Luke Baxter, Sam Brown), Coventry Colts 0 Exhall Tigers 3 (Rohan Courts 2, Daniel Spencer), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Bradley Frost) Athletic United 0, Finham Park Colts 0 Wyken Colts 2, Leamington Hibernians 0 Pinley NDC 0, Mount Nod Highway 4 (Luke Fry 2, Luke Purvis 2) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Niall Baskerville 2)

 

Under 11A: Dunlop were unstoppable in the first half against Brinklow. Jake Holt (3). Luke Ellis (2), Stephen O’Sullivan and Ryan Cowley getting on the score sheet as the Juniors took a 7-0 lead. In the second half, inspired by goalkeeper, Matthew Wilby, Brinklow pulled two goals back through Tommy Glasscoe before O’Sullivan rounded off an 8-0 success. Matt Budd put Finham Park Rangers in front against Coundon Cockerels after twenty-five minutes and then doubled the lead in the second half after Sam Garbett had flicked on a cross by Callum Gent. Tom Rawlings then forced the Coundon ‘keeper into a fine save before Garbett scored following a free kick from Sean Kirkwood. Budd squeezed in his third and the Finham fourth goal before Morgan Baker claimed a consolation for Coundon Cockerels.

Binley Woods 1 (Ryan Isherwood) AT7 Youth 5 (James Haynes 3, BJ Middleton, Martin McCloskey), Coundon Cockerels 1 (Morgan Baker) Finham Park Rangers 4 (Sam Garbett, Matthew Budd 3), Dunlop Juniors 8 (Jake Holt 3, Stephen O’Sullivan 2, Luke Ellis 2, Ryan Cowley) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Tommy Glasscoe 2), London Road Lions 1 (Martin Healey) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0, PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 Chapelfields Colts (Red) 3 (Harvey Perch, Chris O’Shea, Brendan Sharp)

Under 11B: Finham Lions staged an amazing comeback after Rugby Town stormed into a 4-0 lead within the opening twenty minutes, George Cashmore, Thomas Elliot, Oliver Lamb and Curtis Banton, having a fine game down the Rugby left, all finding the back of the Finham net. An own goal before half time lifted the Lions and Thomas Atkins slammed in a superb free kick to pull the score back to 2-4. Finham pressed hard in the second half but Luke Horrocks in the Rugby goal made several assured saves before Jacob Smith put the visitors 5-2 in front. The Lions showed great determination by scoring twice from corner kicks; first Ben Perry volleyed a goal and then Daniel Abberley score with a snap shot. A good passing move then set up Harry Hudson to make the score 5-5 and as Rugby pressed forward again, Holly Hathrell, Rory Moynihan and Phil Brown stood firm in defence, gaining their team a share of the points.

A good all round performance by Dunlop Dynamos saw them take a 4-1 win over Keresley Colts. Jonathan Gayton put them in front tucking home a rebound after Russ Varnam had hit the post. Keresley quickly levelled with a Robert Westbrook strike but the Dynamos went back in front when Sam Lloyd converted a Daniel Randle corner kick. Amit Gill added the third before another Randle corner was headed in by Adam Jones. Robert Mee, Terry Hewins, Jack Ford and Kyle Henry all turned in fine defensive performances as Keresley pushed forward in search of goals.

Coventry Colliery Colts 2 (Luke Varga 2) London Road Colts 3 (Thomas Wareing, Adam King, Amrik Soar), Finham Lions 5 (Thomas Atkins, Ben Perry, Daniel Abberley, Harry Hudson, own goal) Rugby Town (2002) 5 (George Cashmore, Thomas Elliot, Curtis Banton, Oliver Lamb, Jacob Smith), Keresley Colts 1 (Robert Westbrook) Dunlop Dynamos 4 (Jonathan Gayton, Sam Lloyd, Amit Gill, Adam Jones), Pinley NDC 4 (Lewis O’Connor 4) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Wyken Wanderers 2 Coventry Jaguar Youth 3

 

Under 12 Knock Out Cup: George Adams inspired Chapelfields Colts to a 4-3 win from the jaws of defeat after opponents Coundon Cockerels had led 3-1 with eight minutes to play. Luke Thompson and Steve Vallance gave the Cockerels a 2-0 lead before Jacob Blackwell reduced the deficit for the Colts. A second Thompson effort restored the two-goal advantage as Coundon took the first half. Lucky not to be trailing further, Chapelfields stepped up the pressure in the second half but Coundon goalie, Matt Kearney aided by the woodwork kept them at bay. Then Adams rifled in a shot from the edge of the penalty area to set up a nail biting finish. Sean O’Donnell toe poked in the equaliser before Adams grabbed the winning goal to end a superb cup-tie.

All Nations FC 1 PSA Peugeot Citroen 6 (D. Buckley 2, M. Watson, J. Wright, T. Lea-Beeston, S. Nollett), AT7 Youth 3 (Thomas Henry 2, Adam Civzellis) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Aidan Fox), Brinklow Juniors 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth 7 (Alistair Gibson, Dale Sawyer, Peter Harries, Arni Di Maria, Curtis Steward 2, Sam Franks), Chapelfields Colts 4 (George Adams 2, Jacob Blackwell, Sean O’Donnell) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Luke Thompson 2, Steve Vallance), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Sam Piggott, Mark Breslin, Kevin Wilson 2) Whitley Juniors 4 (Andy Clarke, Lewis Fisher, Ryan Marshall, Anthony Keenan) aet Sphinx won 11-10 penalties, Rugby Town 3 (Oliver Chater 2, John Farrell) Stretton Athletic 2 (Ben Franklin 2), Rugby Town (2002) 2 (Alex Czerniewski, Matty Lewis) Mount Nod Highway 4 (Tom Ibbertson, Harry Ibbertson, Anthony Willis, Ricky Hill)

Under 12C: Christ the King Rovers 6 (Jamie Seigner 2, Max West, David Howland 2, Steve Wheatley) Pro Santos 1 (Aston Beardsmore), Longford Community FC 8 (Luke Rowe, Matt Sercombe, Aaron Francis 4, Ashley Evans) Morris Rangers 3 (Charlie Hole, Ameet Heir 2), Wyken Aces 4 (Karl Partridge, Billy Gallagher 3) Binley Woods 5 (Paul Green 4, Duncan Caffrey)

 

Under 13A: London Road Lions opened up the top of the league after a superb 2-1 defeat of front-runners Whitley Juniors. A good competitive game saw Whitley go in front in the first half with a Danny Loney strike and then they saw a shot bounce back into play off of an upright early in the second half. The Lions then came back strongly as James Collins, having a fine game helped to set up Darren Jackson to score twice to subject Whitley to a first defeat 0of the season. Although trailing, Whitley were never out of the game and a late strike was ruled out for a foul on the Lions goalkeeper as they pushed for an equaliser. PSA Peugeot Citroen quickly went on top against Wyken. A Shane Cullinane free kick bounced off of a post and Scott McHugh tucked away the rebound. Cullinane then added the second before JJ Johnston made it 3-0. Billy O’Grady added a fourth before Wyken rallied late on to score through Lee Walters and Ashley Holmes. Christ the King had the edge on Rugby Town after Shaun Gaffney and Danny Spencer had given them a 2-1 advantage but a four goal burst in the last twenty minutes earned Rugby a 5-2 win, Thomas Elliott scoring twice.

Bedworth Eagles 3 (Luke Tranter, Matthew Jones, Mitchell Randle) Finham Park Rangers 5 (James Bramwell 2, Jonathan Openshaw, Tom Stanley, Harley Francis), Chapelfields Colts 5 (Corey Keeling 3, George Faulkner, Leigh Woodfield) St. Nicolas’ Boys 2 (Simon Olerenshaw, Simon Rawbone), Christ the King 2 (Shaun Gaffney, Danny Spencer) Rugby Town 5 (Liam Bailey, Atal Hinds, Jamie Slade, Thomas Elliott 2), Coundon Cockerels 7 (Aaron Woodhouse 2, Liam Davies 2, Cory Keeling, Kiefer Lynch, James Oglesby) Bedworth United 2 (Dan Stevens, Ian Ashby), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Binley Woods 1 (Adam Russell), London Road Lions 2 (Darren Jackson 2) Whitley Juniors 1 (Danny Loney), PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Shane Cullinane, Billy O’Grady, Scott McHugh, JJ Johnston) Wyken FC 2 (Lee Walters, Ashley Holmes)

Under 13B: Allesley Eagles 0 AT7 Youth 11 (Jordan Little 5, Steve O’Donnell 2, Danny Arnold, Ryan Brady, Bob Thomas, Andrew Shields), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Tom Partridge, Joe Sheerman) Mount Nod Highway 4 (Bob Overton, Niall McDonald, Layeton Syme, Tom Hawker), Rugby Town (2002) 12 (Halim-Halim 2, Tobie Watts 2, Aaron Crisp, Sean Pollard, Matt Beard, Robbie Flude, Nabil Hussein, Connor Waite, Paul Tuner, Chris Armstrong) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0

 

Under 14 Knockout Cup: Binley Woods 0 Mount Nod Highway 3 (Tom Dingley 3), Finham Park Rangers 2 (Tom Smith, Louis McSkimming) Bedworth Eagles 8 (Ben Cole 3, George Hill 2, Chris Morewood, Craig Proctor, Peter Finney), Firefighters 1 (Ricky Handley) PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Gary Mead, Alex Nicholson, Tom Ison, Porfiris Kefalas)

Under 14A: Norton Lindsey 3 (Josh Hensher, James Williams 2) Whitley Juniors 3 (Dean Kimberlin, Adam Bannister, Matty Jardim), Rugby Town (2002) 5 (Alex Donaldson 2, Bradley Harris, Ryan Cashmore 2) North Warwickshire College 1

Under 14B: Ernesford Dynamos earned an excellent win in a top of the table clash with Panjab Radio Sporting. The Dynamos took a first half lead through Reece Gordon but it was only the excellence of goalkeeper, Luke McMahon that enabled them to hold on to it. Sam Cross grabbed a brace to put them 3-0 in front before Nathan Crick finally beat McMahon to net for Panjab. Substitute Steven Sadler then scored two more to wrap up a 5-1 win.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Lewis Lucas Carter 2) Coundon Court 0, Ernesford Dynamos 5 (Reece Gordon, Sam Cross 2, Steven Sadler 2) Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Nathan Crick), Finham Park Colts 4 (Alan Bamber, Adam Pickup, James Marklew, Brown) Christ the King 1 (David Poole), Phoenix FC 1 (Matty Roberts) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Lawrence Vinnicombe, Matty Hall)

 

Under 15A: Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Callum Woodward) Rugby Town 1 (Liam Charlton), Morris Rangers 6 (Mudrik Said 2, Daniel McManus, Carl Jones, Matt McNulty, Lee Grainger) Coventry Colliery Colts 0, Mount Nod Highway 0 Whitley Juniors 6 (Sean Sproul 3, Danny Raggett, Demir Vavan, Lee Sheehy), Nuneaton Griff 4 (Ryan Birch 3, Perry Edwards) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Tom McLean)

Under 15B: Bermuda Colts 7 (Daniel Edmonds 5, Adam Garvin 2) Hawkes Mill Colts 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Paul Nash 3) Pinley NDC 2 (Kevin Francis 2)

 

Under 16 Knock Out Cup: Two first half goals earned Bedworth United a 2-0 win over North Warwickshire College whilst Nuneaton Griff broke a stiff Wembrook defence with three goals in a five minute spell just before half time.

Bedworth United 2 (Daniel Harris, Craig Smith) North Warwickshire College 0, Wembrook 1 (Jarinpaul Tut) Nuneaton Griff 4 (Thomas Rumble 2, Ryan Coulton, Adam Hartshorn)

Under 16A: Christ the King 0 Dunlop Juniors 2 (Rob Thomas, Scott Cowell)

Under 16B: Corner Post Colts 6 (Steven Haughton 2, Craig Corbett, Steven McGinty, Lewis Dhesi, own goal) Pinley NDC 2 (Anton Griffiths, Ian Bailey), Ernesford Dynamos 5 (Liam Hayward, Jon Griffiths, Gary Salt, Tom Antiss, Amit Ganatra) Baginton Guild 5 (Roy Patrick, James McKenzie, Tom Parker, Lee Burbury, Matt Chinn) Jaguar Colts 6 Kenilworth Town 0

 

Under 18 Red: Bulkington Sports 4 (Shaun Judge, Richard Gill, Mark Harrison, Paul Moseley) Bilton Ajax 1 (Clive Wilson)

Under 18 Blue: League leaders GNP Sports went behind to Coundon Court in the first half when Paul Sowerby slid the ball past the goalkeeper. A goalmouth scramble allowed Jas Dosanjh to level the scores and then the Coundon goalkeeper, Karl Roach saved a penalty to deny them a second goal. For most of the second half, Coundon were on the defensive before Sowerby broke loose to grab a winner for Coundon following a pass from Nathan Pritchard.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Tony McKinnell, James Connolly 2) Bedworth Athletic 2 (Scott Moore, Lewis Halfacree), Coundon Court Old Boys 2 (Paul Sowerby 2) GNP Sports 1 (Jaz Dosanjh)

 

Tamworth Invitation Trophy:

Dunlop Juniors (Blues) produced an excellent team performance, scoring seven times against Attleborough Harriers to reach the quarterfinal stage of the Tamworth competition. The pick of the goals were a fine header by Dominic Walsh and a rare goal for Alex Parkinson after the defender had taken the ball thirty yards before coolly scoring. Coventry Jaguar Youth Reds reached the same stage in the under 10 competition after making hard work of easing past Weddington Thistle. Although enjoying most of the play, poor finishing kept the match level until Ryan Harkin scored in extra time to put the Jaguar through into the next round.

Under 9: Attleborough Harriers 1 Dunlop Juniors Blue 7 (Drew Moloney 2, Dominic Walsh, Sean Nugent 2, Alex Parkinson, Ryan Moir)

Under 10: Weddington Thistle 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth Red 1 (Ryan Harkin) after extra tim 1