9 Red: Whitley
Juniors and Christ The King contributed to an excellent match that could have
gone either way. Callum Bullock opened the scoring for Whitley but Kings worked
hard, equalised before half time and went ahead early in the second half.
However impressive Whitley defender M. Richards scored a deserved goal and the
teams shared the points. An even contest between Coventry Sphinx Juniors and
Dunlop Juniors was decided by two first half goals from Dunlops Kieran Conway.
His first was an angled drive from the right wing, the second after a mix up in
the Sphinx defence. The second period failed to produce a goal although Sphinx
pressed hard to break down a resolute Dunlop defence. Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0
v Dunlop Juniors 2 (Kieran Conway 2), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 v Ernesford Dynamos
4, Mount Nod Highway 3 (R. Tunney, R. Rigg, J. Lovat) v Wyken FC 1 (C. Sanness).
Whitley Juniors 2 (C. Bullock, M. Richards, C. Bullock) v Christ the King 2 (D.Kenny,
9 Blue: Coventry
Jaguar Youth who recorded their first league win last week kept up the good work
to beat Finham Park Rangers who are near the top of the table 1-0. Andrew Hart
got the only goal. Whitley Juniors kept up the chase to overhaul leaders Dunlop
Juniors with an emphatic 7-1 win over Ernesford Dynamos who are at the wrong end
of the table. Binley Woods 3 (Joe Norththorpe, Curtis May-Russell, Michael
James) v AT7 Youth 1 (Jason Herr), Chapelfields Colts 4 (Curtis Cutts 4)
Brinklow Juniors 1 (Adam Cooper), Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Andrew Hart) v Finham
Park Rangers 0, Dunlop Jets 0 v Coventry Aquatics 0, London Road Lions 0 v
Christ the King 1 (Ben Edridge), Whitley Juniors 7 v Ernesford Dynamos 1.
10 Red: In a
game that swung from end to end Chapelfields Colts
managed to edge out a lively Ernesford Dynamo’s side that pushed them
all the way. Colts led when Joe Henderson’s cross was helped in by the
unfortunate keeper. There were chances at both ends but early in the second half
Alex Winders increased Colts lead after good approach work. Liam Thomas revived
Dynamo’s when he scored from a free kick but Joe Henderson sealed the win with
a late goal on the break.
Jaguar Youth 1 (Robert Tressler) Christ the King 5 (Taylor McGregor, James
Ritson 2, Lewis Martin 2), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Liam Thomas) v Chapelfields
Colts 2 (Joe Henderson 2, Alex Winders), Finham Park Rangers 2 (G. Davidson, M.
Corrigan) Coundon Cockerels 1 Tom Button), Kenilworth Wardens 11 v Whitley
Mount Nod Highway were in fine form against lowly London Road Colts and ran out
deserved 4-0 winners with man of the match Charlie Cook grabbing two goals.
Dunlop Juniors and AT7 youth were involved in a very tight, competitive match.
Mason Osbourne scored midway through the first half for AT7 and Dunlop kept
applying pressure. It needed good work by AT7 man of the match Adam Fox and his
co defenders to maintain their 1-0 advantage. Mount Nod Highway 4 (Charlie Cook
2, Daniel Kane) v London Road Lions 0. Caludon Youth 1 (Ben O’Hara) v Brinklow
Juniors 0, Coundon Cockerels 2 v Chapelfields Colts 9, Coventry Jaguar Youth 3
(Aaron Jones 2, Daniel Carlyon) v Morris Rangers 4 (Alastair Scubie 2, Nick
Morby, Daniel Palmer), Dunlop Juniors 0 v AT7 Youth 1 (Mason Osbourne),
10 Green: Two
first half goals from William Vines helped to settle Finham Park Rangers at
Chapelfields. Jamie Lucas and Jordan Cooke levelled the score in the second half
before Chas Mulhall and Andy Scott aided by Glenn Robinson set up Vines for his
hat trick. Jamie Cozens (2) and Roddy McCallum boosted Finham to 6-2 but firm
defence from Dale Merriman, Chris Perry, Christian Lynch and William Kenney
Herbert was still needed to keep the Colts at bay.
Santos took a 3rd minute lead when Ryan Murray scored against
Brinklow Juinors who then equalized through Ben Stone before Jack Scandrett
restored the lead for Santos, only for Ben Stone to level the scores with his
second goal before half time. Henry Beboer struck early in the second half for
Brinklow and although both teams battled well and Brinklow’s Michael Paul
rattled the woodwork twice and birthday boy Connor King impressed in attack, it
proved to be the decisive goal in an entertaining fixture.
Colts 2 (Jamie Lucas, Jordan Cooke) Finham Park Rangers 6 (William Vines 3,
Jamie Cozens 2, Roddy McCallum), Coventry Colts 0 v Mount Nod Highway 8,
Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Michael McDonald, Michael Pearson, Daniel Cummins)
Pinley NDC 1 (Leighton Donovan), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kayne Mann 2, Ryan Caffery) v
Wyken FC 0, Ernesford Dynamos 0 v Finham Park Colts 0, Exhall Tigers 0 v The
Boat FC Juniors 2 (Mason Price, Dennis Murphy), Pro Santos 2 (Ryan Murray, Jack
Scandrett) v Brinklow Juniors 3 (Ben Stone 2, Henry Deboer)
11 Knock Out Cup 2nd Round: Tom
Rawlings scored early in the first half and Matt Budd added another in the
second, finishing off a good through ball from Tom Annett. The AT7 youth keeper
acquitted himself well in an otherwise scrappy game. A Division Whitley Juniors
were too strong for B Division
Kerseley Colts and eased thropugh to the next round off the cup.
Youth 0, Finham Park Rangers 2 (Tom Rawlings, Matt Budd), Whitley Juniors 14 (Callum
Fleming 3, Harry Freeman 3, Liam Rutter 2, Brandon Dacres 2, Brett Davis 2, Ryan
Blackwell) v Keresley Colts 1 (Daniel McDermott).
Colts Red who have spluttered slightly in recent weeks were bang in form again.
They kept their 100 % winning record and outgunned Coundon Cockerels 1-8. Eight
goal thrillers in two games as Brinklow Juniors drew 4-4 with Rugby Town and PSA
Peugeot Citroen and opponents Wyken recorded the same result.
Youth 0 v Finham Park Rangers 2 (Tom Rawlings, Mathew Budd), Binley Woods 0 v
Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Sam Kirk 3, Michael Smith, Sean Martin), Brinklow
Juniors 4 (Tommy Glasscoe 2, Steve Brannen, Zak Bewins) v Rugby Town 4 (Craig
Murch 2, David Wu, Liam Cope), Coundon Cockerels 1 v Chapelfields Colts Red 8,
London Road Lions 3 (Ryan Haraburda 2, T. Bacon) v Christ the King 0, PSA
Peugeot Citroen 4 (Tom Putrnell 2, Chris Cox, Joe Lowery) v Wyken FC 4 (Adam
Ellis 2, K. Hickman, J. Macwaine).
the first half Finham Lions struggled to contain a lively Christ The King side
who took an early lead when Robert Jones struck. However as their confidence
grew in the second half Lions turned the game around with two goals in as many
minutes. Ben Perry scored with a shot off the underside of the bar and was on
hand to net again when a Daniel O’Callaghan shot was only partially dealt with
by the Kings defence. Dan McQuillan added a third , forcing the ball home from
close in, to secure a 3-1 win.
Aquatics 8 v Coventry Jaguar Youth 1, Finham Lions 3 (Ben Perry 2, Daniel
McQuillan) Christ the King Rovers 1 (Robert Jones), Leamington Hibernians 2
(Oliver Sturchbury, Steve Bannon) v Pinley NDC 0, Mount Nod Highway 3 (Caarl
Orman, Lewis Bailey, Jamie McSweeney) v Ernesford Dynamos 7 (D. Jenkins 3,
M.Waine, J. Davis, K. Ludford, R. Summers), Rugby Town (2002) 7 (T. Elliot 3, J.
Smith 2, J. Blurr, B. Townsend) v London Road Colts 4 (Adam King 3, Thomas
Town continue to set the pace in this division although PSA Peugeot Citroen
sure to make a fight for the top honours at the end of the season. Both teams
recorded good wins to keep the momentum going.
Colts 3 (George Priestley, Jacob Blackwell, Jake Burgess) Kenilworth Town 7 (Tom
Glassok 2, George Hannam 2, James Hardie), PSA Peugeot Citroen 6 Finham Park
Rangers 1, Stretton Athletic 3 (Sean Kelly, Sean Gosling, Ben Franklin) Christ
the King 5 (S. Peardes, K. Nugent, J. Digbeth, R. Knox 2), Whitley Juniors 1
(Ryan Marshall) Rugby Town 6 (J. Goodwin 3, A. Baker 2, J. Farrow), Wyken FC 1
(L. Greenway) AT7 Youth 4 (Thomas Henry 2, Anthony O’Donnell 2)
Aces 6 (John Clusker, Connor Scott 2, David Jeffries 2, David Bell) Leamington
Hibernians 1 (Ryan Allen), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Thomas Ball, Daniel Butler, Ryan
Williams) Finham Park Colts 6 (Rory Bailey 2, Dale Brogan 2, David Golding),
Ernesford Dynamos 9 (Carl Hackleton 4, Callum Hayward 2, Karl Forsythe 3)
Brinklow Juniors 2 (Milan Sud, Arron Steel), Pinley NDC 3 (Kieran Ryan, James
Chalmers 2) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Kelvin Wilson, Mark Breslin, Sam Piggott,
hero Charlie Hole got Morris Rangers off to a flyer when he scored inside a
minute. However they did not add to their tally until the 23rd minute
when Sam Carvill netted. Ryona then replied before Morris made it 3-1 at the
interval. Another Ryona goal in the
second half stirred Morris and they went on to score 2 more to grab the points,
the King 2 All Nations FC 3 (Ravinder Sandhu 2, Kieran Joseph), Hawkes Mill
Juniors 3 ((Louis Stockil, Joe McKenna, Adam McElvenney) Kenilworth Town Juniors
2 (Joshua Keal 2), Morris Rangers 5 (Sam Carvill, Ben Warden, Charlie Hole 3)
Ryona FC 2 (Adam Edgar, John Rankin), Potters Green 5 Binley Woods 5 (Paul Green
4, Michael Spencer)
at the wrong end of the table, Ashgreen United have showed fighting spirit in
recent weeks and made Whitley Juniors work hard for the points. 2-0 down just
after the start of the second period they reminded Juniors that they could be a
threat when Sean Coleman cut the deficit. However, Whitley kept their composure
and added two more goals in the final 15 minutes to run out 4-1 winners and
maintain their 100% record in the league.
Eagles 4 Wyken FC 2, Bedworth United 1 (Matty Wong) PSA Peugeot Citroen 7
(Ashley Lowndes, Tony Gill, Billy O’Grady, Scott McHugh, JJ Johnston, Chris
Saunders, Shane Cullinane), Christ the King 3 Finham Park Rangers 1, Coventry
Sphinx Juniors 0 Massey Ferguson Colts 7 (Curtis Bradley 2, John Thompson, Danny
Dyer, Nathan Harvey, Connor Ward 2), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Stephen Clarke 2, Gavin
Milligan, Parmveer Virk) Chapelfields Colts 0, London Road Lions 9, Binley Woods
2, Rugby Town 6 (Atal Hinds 2, Peter Brough 2, Tom Swift, Alex Platt) Central
Ajax 2 (Mark Passey, Alex Cook), St. Nicholas Boys 1, Coundon Cockerels 4,
Whitley Juniors 4, Ashgreen United 1 (Sean Coleman).
Dynamos were holding Earlsdon 0-0 until well into the second half when Danny
Barlow pounced on a loose ball to open the Earlsdon account. He went on too
complete a hat trick as Earlsdon survived to win a difficult game 4-0.
Colts 7 (Nathan Kaylan, James Bryson, Daniel Blackwell 3,Rob Cleaver 2) Allesley
Eagles 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Luke Arthur 2) Mount Nod Highway 11 (Dale
Ashton, Joe Johnston 2, Tom Hawker, Rob Overton, Chris Lucas, Craig Taylor,
Niall McDonald 2, Layeton Syme 2), Earlsdon FC 4 (Danny Barlow 3, Andrew Ruane)
Ernesford Dynamos 0, Radford Rangers 8 (Kadeem King 5, Carl Jeffs 3) Whitley
Colts 1 (Danny Maher), Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Sean Pollard, Curtis Armstrong,
Robbie Flude) AT7 Youth 2 (Stephen O’Donnell 2), The Boat FC Juniors 1
(Stephen Barnacle) Coventry Aquatics 1 (Mark Maguire)
14A: A last
minute goal by Aston Jephcott earned Bedworth Eagles three points against North
Warwickshire College. Peter Finney headed the Eagles in front from an in
swinging corner during the first half but as the College fought back in the
second half, Michael Smith levelled the scores after good work from Blain
Shepherd. Neither side could gain the upper hand until in the dying minutes when
a succession of corner kicks for the Eagles led to the winning goal being
Woods 2 (Kenny, Proffitt) v Whitley Juniors 2 (Jardine, Barrett), Firefighters 3
(Handly, Semple, Thomas) v Coundon Cockerels 1 (Kettle), North Warwickshire
College 1 (Michael Smith) Bedworth Eagles 2 (Peter Finney, Aston Jephcott),
Norton Lindsey 2 (Williams, Streeter) v Finham Park Rangers 0, PSA Peugeot
Citroen 2 (Ison 2) v Mount Nod Highway 1, Rugby Town (2002) 6 (Donaldson 3,
Cashmere 2, Stratford) v AT7 Youth 2, Wallace JFC 2 (Kelley, Pemberton) v
Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Pittaway 2, Williams, Taggert)
Radio Sporting Club continue to set the pace in this division but Ernesford
Dynamo’s are breathing down their necks. Good performance this week by Coundon
Court who netted eight times against Phoenix FC with young Webb grabbing 4 of
Juniors 8 v Rugby Town (2003) 2, Chapelfields Colts 2 (Vinnicombe, Constance) v
Panjab Radio Sporting 4 (Ashby 2, Crick), Christ the King
5 (Pooles 3, Nash, Barwell) v Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Brierly), Finham
Park Colts 0 Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Chris Russell, Sam Cross), Phoenix FC 2 (Brightwell)
v Coundon Court 8 (Webb 4, Emes, Nelmes, Jolly, Stickly), Spencer Sports 3 (Birvins
2, Brown) v Rugby Town 3
15 Knock Out Cup – 2nd Round:
Dunlop Juniors 3 v Morris Rangers 4
result is the defeat of Marconi at the hands of Rugby Town who have an
impressive points tally at this stage of the season, having dropped only one
point so far. With table toppers Nuneaton Griff having a week off due to
opponents Morris Rangers having a cup fixture, Whitley Juinors closed the gap at
the top with a comfortable win against Christ The King who are struggling to get
a full strength team out.
Colliery Colts 1 v Binley Woods 2, Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Richard McCardle 2, Dale
Vernon) v Mount Nod Highway 0, Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Adam Mott, Ricky McCluskey,
Luke Krisculevicius) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (James Haltom, Carl Williams,
Callum Woodward), Rugby Town 8 v Marconi (Coventry) 1, Whitley Juniors 8 v
Christ the King 2.
Hibs recorded their first league win of the season by 4-1 when playing away to
the team just above them, Pinley NDC. Top team Chapelfields Colts played second
placed Coventry Boys Club and ran out 4-0 winners whilst third and fourth placed
Finham Park Rangers and Brinklow Juinors shared a 1-1 draw.
Bermuda Colts 4 v Allesley Aces 2, Chapelfields Colts 4 v Coventry Boys Club 0, Finham Park Rangers 1 (Steve McKain) v Brinklow Juniors 1 (Daniel Carter), Hawkes Mill Colts 2 (Matthew Gibbs, Sean Brogan) v Coventry Jaguar Youth 5 (Paul Nash, Kieran Fagan 2, J. Najjir 2), Pinley 1 v Leamington Hibernians 4.
the King turned the formbook upside down by racing into a 4-0 lead and then
totally dominating Bedworth United before grabbing a 5-1 win.
Dunlop Juniors dropped their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with
Griff, Ricky Somal and Scott Cowell both hitting the target twice whilst Coundon
Cockerels came out top 6-1 in the basement battle with Hartshill Sports
the King 5 (Chris Lings 2, Kevin McDermott 2, Ben Morgan) Bedworth United 1
(Craig Smith), Hartshill Sports 1 (Jamie Simpson) Coundon Cockerels 6 (Dale
Anthony 3, Liam Morris, Jason Toye, Sunny Jaspal) Morris Rangers 2 (Anthony
Bowell, David Andrews) Chetwynd 1 (Kyle Grantham), Nuneaton Griff 2 (Ricky Somal
2) Dunlop Juniors 2 (Scott Cowell 2)
Hart took a three point advantage over rivals Bedworth Eagles when a Jack Teggin
treble condemned the Eagles to a 3-1 defeat. Third placed PSA Peugeot Citroen
were held to a 1-1 draw by Baginton Guild whilst Jaguar Colts needed two late
goals to earn a 2-0 win over Pinley NDC.
Guild 1 (Roy Patrick) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (David Brown), Bedworth Eagles 1
(Luke Farndon) White Hart Sports 3 (Jack Teggin 3), Coventry Red Devils 3 (Shahid
Ahmed 2, Ricky Singh) Ernesford Dynamos 6 (Liam Hayward 3, Tom Antiss, Gary
Salt, Amit Ganatra), Corner Post Colts 6 (Lyle McGrath 2, Lewis Deshi 2, Andre
Lammey, Steven Haughton) Kenilworth Town 1 (John Barnett), Pinley NDC 0 Jaguar
Colts 2 (Ashley Jackson, John Moynihan)
18 Knock Out Cup 2nd Round: Castlehurst
Colts 3 (Robert Gardiner 3) v Bulkington Sports 1 (William Cromwell)
18 Red: Chances
were few and far between in the game between Christ the King and Hillmorton. The
break came in the second half when a long throw by Kings, Chris Newman was only
partially cleared and a header by Sean Doherty was handled on the line. From the
resulting penalty, Liam Shields scored to grab a 1-0 win for the Kings.
Ajax 1 (Nick Mathews) v Silhill Youth 5 (Martin Moran 3, Kevin Lloyd, Jerome
Fleming), , Christ the King 1 (Liam Shields) Hillmorton 0, Coundon Cockerels 2
(Paul Phillips, Damien Brown) v Central Ajax 2 (William Hoyte, Richard Taylor).
18 Blue: Hawkes
Mill Juniors continue to lead the division following their 5-1 win against
Cannon Park Colts but Chapelfields Colts look like they may have a stake in the
race for the title having beaten Kenilworth Wardens 0-3
Athletic 1 (Lewis Halfacree) v Whitley Juniors 7 (Martin Shaw 3, Tyrone Magunda
2, Matthew Finnegan, Karl Fikret), Cannon Park Colts 1 (Rolfe Sweatman) v Hawkes
Mill Juniors 5 (James Morgan 2, Matt Averns 2, Dave Callaghan), GNP Sports 2
(Jas Dosangh 2) v AT7 Youth 0, Kenilworth Wardens 0 v Chapelfields Colts 3
(Danny Longbottom 2, Lewis Carroll), Panjab Radio Sporting 3 (Chris Boylan,
Arran White, Ajay Dewitt) Allesley Athletic 1 (Luke Brierley)