Sunday 7th September

Under 9 Red: AT7 Youth resplendent in the new club kit opened the new season with a fine 4-1 defeat of Coventry Sphinx. With Reece Conner controlling the play, AT7 took full advantage as Aidan Muras scored twice, Berry McGregor and Kye Marsden one apiece.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Connoll Farrell, Jake Barsa) Dunlop Juniors 1, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (James Hems) AT7 Youth 4 (Berry McGregor, Kye Marsden, Aidan Muras 2), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (S. Proctor, A. Pointer) Finham Park Rangers 1 (D. Kenney), Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 London Road Lions 0, Mount Nod Highway 6 (A. Lawton 2, L. Rigg 2, J. Henry, K. Walton) Whitley Juniors 2 (T. Wedgebury, C. Bullock)

Under 9 Blue: Chapelfields Colts took a well-deserved 2-0 half time at Brinklow thanks to Curtis Cutts and Matty Seddon. Cutts and Jack Sweeney doubled the score to 4-0 in the second half as the Colts ‘keeper, William James, defied the Brinklow attack to keep a clean sheet.

AT7 Youth 3 (Ciaran Gill, Louis Spencer 2) Binley Woods 2 (Kyle Robertson, Jack Line), Brinklow Juniors 0 Chapelfields Colts 4 (Curtis Cutts 2, Matty Seddon, Jack Sweeney), Dunlop Dynamos 1 (L. Connolly) Dunlop Juniors 2 (S. Nugent 2), Finham Park Rangers 5 (David Clements 5) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (James Williscroft, Andrew Hart)


Under 10 Red: Tom O’Callaghan put Chapelfields Colts in front following a first half corner kick in a tight game with Christ the King. The Kings deservedly equalised midway through the second half when Taylor McGregor scored from the edge of the goal area. Neither side could break the other down and honours ended even at 1-1. Finham Park Rangers and Ernesford Dynamos also shared the same score after their first half had ended goalless. The Dynamos took the lead when Jack Dobson got free of the Finham defence to strike a low shot past Gareth Price in the Finham goal. Finham struck straight back as James Corrigan, Cieran McGrory and Lewis Edwards took the ball forward only for Edwards to be fouled inside the Ernesford penalty area. Taking the spot kick himself, he levelled the score. Despite further pressure by the visitors, the points were shared.

Brinklow Juniors 1 (J. Ellis) AT7 Youth 4 (C. O’Sullivan, D. Wilson, K. Bentley, W. Jones), Chapelfields Colts 1 (Tom O’Callaghan) Christ the King 1 (Taylor McGregor), Coundon Cockerels 4 Coventry Jaguar Youth 1, Finham Park Rangers 1 (Lewis Edwards) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Jack Dobson), Kenilworth Wardens 3 (C. Wooland, M. Hobbs 2) Keresley Colts 2 (M. Wrist, B. Hedges)

Under 10 Blue: Christ the King saw all of their outfield players’ score during a 12-0 defeat of local rivals Coundon Cockerels. The Cockerels turned around at half time trailing by seven goals before putting on a spirited second half display forcing Stephen Hunt in goal to save several times. Jake Wells, Charlie Owen and Thomas Gummery scoring twice for the Kings. Athletic United took a 2-0 lead against AT7 Youth and then grabbed a third as the Youth pushed forward in an attempt to pull a goal back themselves. The final 3-0 result reflected overall the flow of the game. Mount Nod Highway made a slow start against Morris Rangers but once Charlie Cook had given them the lead they took control. Lewis Power added a second, James Chappell nodded in the third, Cook grabbed a fourth and then man of the match, Jimmy Swain, flicked the ball over head, turned to beat two defenders before placing the ball low into the Morris net for the fifth. Daniel Jenkins opened the scoring for Dunlop against London Road but were pegged back almost immediately. Ricardo Calderello restored the Dunlop lead only for the Lions to make the score 2-2 at half time. In the second half, both teams kept passing the ball around but it was Dunlop who went back in front as Calderello notched his second and the 4-2 win was secured with a Thomas Parker effort in the closing minutes. Coventry Jaguar and Coventry Sphinx enjoyed a fast flowing game that the Sphinx edged 3-2. Aaron Jones making his return after a broken elbow put the Jaguar in front only for the Sphinx to equalise. Two second half strikes appeared to have made the game safe for the Sphinx but Daniel Carlyon pulled one goal back as the Jaguar drove forward and then a header from Amman Sarkaria was cleared off the line in a frantic finish.

AT7 Youth 0 Athletic United 3, Balsall & Berkswell 0 Binley Woods 1, Chapelfields Colts 0 Caludon Youth 0, Christ the King 12 (Thomas Gummery 2, Mitchell Statham, Charlie Owen 2, Alex Roddy, Jake Wells 2, Declan Keogh, Alex Dolby, Jack Reilly, own goal) Coundon Cockerels 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Daniel Carlyon, Aaron Jones) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Kieran Elvidge, Liam Cahill, Robert McCracken), London Road Lions 2 (Christian Chapman, Declan Corcoran) Dunlop Juniors 4 (Ricardo Calderello 2, Daniel Jenkins, Thomas Parker), Morris Rangers 0 Mount Nod Highway 5 (Charlie Cook 2, Lewis Power, Jimmy Swain, James Chappell)

Under 10 Green: A local derby between the Finham clubs saw the Rangers eventually outclass the Colts 6-0. The finishing was the main difference between the sides as Christian Lynch scored three times, William Kenney-Herbert twice and Glen Robinson once from the penalty spot. Keresley Colts in their first outing together put on a brave show but eventually went down 5-0 to Mount Nod Highway.

Athletic United 2 (A. Rollings, L. Watson) Brinklow Juniors 6 (T. Wright 3, B. Stone 3), Chapelfields Colts 5 (J. Lucas 3, J. Cooke, D. Simpson) Coventry Colts 1 (R. Ewart), Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Dunlop Juniors 2 (Luke Wensley, Ryan Caffrey), Ernesford Dynamos (L. Brannigan, R Baskerville) Exhall Tigers 7 (Rowan Court 3, Luke Spencer 3, Mikie Rawlings), Finham Park Colts 0 Finham Park Rangers 6 (Christian Lynch 3, William Kenney-Herbert 2, Glen Robinson penalty), Keresley Colts 0 Mount Nod Highway 5 (Luke Purvis 2, Paul Prinzel 2, Ashley Harrison), Pinley NDC 2 The Boat FC Juniors 3, Wyken Colts 2 Wyken FC 4


Under 11A: Christ the King proved too strong for Coundon Cockerels in a 6-1 win. Central defender Joe Clough not only marshalled the Kings defence but also managed two assists as well. Jaymie Trickett led the way with four goals, Charlton McBride netted with a bullet header with Luke Cohen calmly hitting number five after being put through by Clough. The ever dangerous Natasha Miles, a constant threat for the Cockerels grabbed a well deserved consolation goal for her team. Finham Park took the game to London Road and Sean Kirkwood netted after fifteen minutes turning in a long throw by Aaron Manak. Despite further pressure Finham were unable to add a second and had goalie, Benedict Poole to thank for conserving their half time lead. In the second half, London Road were not to be denied scoring twice for a 2-1 win although Finham came close near the end when Tom Annett saw a header turned over the crossbar. Good sportsmanship was the order of the day for AT7 and Brinklow. The villagers raced into a 2-0 lead but goalkeeper M. Wilby was kept busy by the AT7 team. An own goal made it 3-0 at half time but the Youth never gave up and pulled two goals back but just could not grab a third.

AT7 Youth 2 (Barry Middleton, Conor Mortimer) Brinklow Juniors 3 (James Huddlestone, Tarin Sud, own goal), Binley Woods 0 Chapelfields Colts Red 11, Christ the King 6 (Jaymie Trickett 4, Charlton McBride, Luke Cohen) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Natasha Miles), Finham Park Rangers 1 (Sean Kirkwood) London Road Lions 2 (David Melhuish, Michael Healy), PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Tom Purnell 2, George Pattinson, A. Cooke) Rugby Town Juniors 2 (N. Whitlan, D. Dudgeon), Whitley Juniors 3 (Nathan Ley, Ryan Blackwell, Tom Freeman) Wyken FC 6 (P. Taylor, T. McGregor, J. McGann, L. Costa, K. Hickman 2)

Under 11B: In a fast and exciting game, Coventry Jaguar Youth took the lead after just 35 seconds at Dunlop Dynamos but within five minutes the Dunlop were level and then went on to take a 3-1 interval lead. The Jaguar worked hard and pulled the score back to 3-3 before Dunlop retook the lead only for Adam Robertson to complete a treble for the Jaguar, wrapping up a 5-3 win.

Dunlop Dynamos 4 (Amit Gill, Sam Griffiths, Daniel Randle, Johnathon Gayton, penalty) Coventry Jaguar Youth 5 (Adam Robertson 3, Mattie Graney, Lee Elliot) Ernesford Dynamos 3 (S. Williamson, B. Jenkins 2) Finham Lions 3 (D. Abberley 2, O’Callaghan), Keresley Colts 6 (Matthew Coyle, Robert Westbrook, Luke Hand, Niall Evans 2, Dayle McCormick) Leamington Hibs 1 (Sam Waring), Mount Nod Highway 0 Wyken Wanderers 6, Rugby Town 2002 3 (J. Burr 2, K. Barton) Christ the King Rovers 2 (J. Roddy, J. Harris)


Under 12A: Promoted Chapelfields Colts discovered the difference at the top level as last years league runners-up won 8-3. The Colts dominated the first ten minutes but once AT7 opened the scoring, they quickly took control with Thomas Henry netting four times. New boy Jacob Blackwell, George Priestly and Travis Lea-Beeston hit the target for Chapelfields.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Travis Lea-Beeston, Jacob Blackwell, George Priestly) AT7 Youth 8 (Thomas Henry 4, Damien Pratt, Daniel Reide-O’Donnell, Unes Waso), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Alex Gibson, Dale Sawyer) Christ the King 2, Finham Park Rangers 1 (T. Beesley) Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (Andy Legg), London Road Lions 1 (Ryan Clachar) Mount Nod Highway 9 (Paul Teed, Harry Ibbertson, Anthony Willis, Nathan Osborne, Michael Barnes 2, Steve Joyce 3), Stretton Athletic Juniors 3 (Luke Busby, Sean Kelly, T. Holland) Whitley Juniors 1 (Lewis Fisher)

Under 12B: Thomas Ball put Dunlop in front but by half time they were trailing 2-1 to opponents Ernesford Dynamos. The Dynamos added a third goal before a late double by Hayden swift earned Dunlop a 4-3 victory.

Allesley Aces 2 (David Jeffries, Conor Scott) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Josh Pointon, Chris Brennan), Coundon Cockerels 8 (Martin Gormley 5, Martin Connolly 2, L. Thompson) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Sam Piggott, Callum Wilson, Liam Tweedie), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Daniel Butler, Hayden Swift 2, Thomas Ball) Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Carl Hackleton, Daniel Pitter), Leamington Hibs 2 (Sam Avery, Elliot Remi) Finham Park Colts 3 (Anthony Poole 3), Rugby Town 2002 6 (Mattie Lewis, Michas Cybulski, Ian Lockie, Oliver Platt, Danny Grossman 2) Pinley NDC 1 (James Chalmers)

Under 12C: All Nations FC made their league debut by taking a two-goal lead in the first fifteen minutes of their game against Hawkes Mill Juniors. Hawkes Mill struck back to go 3-2 in front only for Meeshach Belgrave to earn All Nations a point in a 3-3 draw, converting a penalty kick midway through the second half. Each time Morris Rangers got their noses in front against Potters Green, they were pegged back but finally edged a thriller 5-4, Sam Carvill grabbing a hat trick.

All Nations FC 3 (Meeshach Belgrave penalty, Bradley Lole, Ravinder Sandhu) Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Luke Russell, David Pelser, Joe McKenna), Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (A. Pink) Longford Community FC 12 (A. Francis 6, L. Rowe, S. Kelly, M. Gregory, B. King 3), Morris Rangers 5 (Sam Carvill 3, Ameet Herr, Charlie Hole) Potters Green 4, Pro Santos FC 6 (Kieron Banks 2, Shaun O’Brien 3, Zane Saleh) Wyken Aces 2


Under 13A: Bedworth United Juniors 1 (Sam Reader) Whitley Juniors 6 (Daniel Loney 2, Dave Freeman 2, Declan Tobin, Luke Sealey), Binley Woods 2 (Callum Ogilvie, Adam Russell) Ash Green United 2 (Chris Saunders, Adam Green), Central Ajax 7 (Henry Lever 3, Jack Snell, Mark Passey, Lee Sallis 2) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Liam O’Neill), Coundon Cockerels 3 (Connor Thwaites, Keifer Lynch, Aaron Woodhouse) London Road Lions 2 (James Collins, Chris Wilson-King), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Christ the King 1 (Sam Green), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Sean Kavanagh) Rugby Town Juniors 7 (Thomas Elliot 4, Matthew Izzard, Alex Platt, Tom Swift), Finham Park Rangers 0 Bedworth Eagles 2 (Ryan Broome, Matthew Lee), Massey Ferguson Colts 4 (Danny Nealon, Leighton Harvey 3) St. Nicolas’ Boys 2, Wyken FC 1 (Ashley Holmes) PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 (Conor Ward 2, Billy O’Grady)

Under 13B: Ernesford Dynamos racked up their first league win since last September with a fine 4-1 result against a Coventry Jaguar Youth team that is going through a rebuilding programme. New boys Mark Lougheed and Tom Partridge both found the net for the Dynamos along with a brace from Mark Curtis with Joseph McDermott netting for the Jaguar. Ricky Leonard gave Allesley Eagles the lead against AT7 Youth but it was the Youth who dominated the second half led by three goal Steve O’Donnell to a 4-1 win.

Allesley Aces 0 Christ the King Rovers 5 (Liam Montgomery 4, Damon Batchelor), AT7 Youth 4 (Steve O’Donnell 3, Jordon Little), Allesley Eagles 1 (Ricky Leonard), Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Joseph McDermott) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Mark Lougheed, Tom Partridge, Mark Curtis 2), Earlsdon FC 4 (Scott Hennell 2, Danny Barlow, Joseph Atkins) Mount Nod Highway (Tom Hawker), Rugby Town 2003 1 (Dominic Hunt) Whitley Colts 1, The Boat FC Juniors 0 Rugby Town 2002 10 (Shaun Pollard 3, Connor Waite, Paul Turner, Nabil Hussein, Halim Halim 2, Tobie Watts 2)


Under 14A: Bedworth Eagles introduced themselves to the Coventry league with a 6-0 defeat of Coundon Cockerels. The Cockerels found just how difficult it is to step up to ‘A’ division football but never gave up in a competitive game as the Eagles showed their all round strength with five different goal scorers. A 2-2 draw with rugby town allowed North Warwickshire College to take an opening day point for the first time. Notorious slow starters, they came from behind twice to earn their draw.

Bedworth Eagles 6 (Daniel Kimberley 2, George Hill, Stephen Brook, Ben Cole, Peter Finney) Coundon Cockerels 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 7 (Daniel Pittaway, Michael Wallace, Jones, Mulholland, Pearson 2, Taggart) Binley Woods 1 (Daniel Gair), Finham Park Rangers 2 AT7 Youth 4, Firefighters Juniors 2 Mount Nod Highway 3, North Warwickshire College 2 (Matthew Dickie, Blain Shepherd) Rugby Town 2002 2 (Alex Donaldson, Harris), Norton Lindsey 1 (Hesher) PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Massey 2), Wallace Junior FC 3 (Giovanni Dainty 2, Lee Pemberton) Whitley Juniors 1(Dean Kimberlin)

Under 14B: New look Panjab Radio Sporting FC hit the ground running as Tamim Bahaki put on a man of the match display in midfield against Rugby Town 2003. Sporting rattled in eight goals without reply with David Ashby scoring four times. Jutinder Dehal added a couple, Amraj Shoker and Logan Jackson one each. After a goalless first half, Finham took the lead against Ernesford, only for the Dynamos to strike back to win 4-1 courtesy of a Sadler treble.

Chapelfields Colts 8 (Taylor 3, Higginson, Vinnecombe, Atkin, Sykes, Rendell) Dunlop Juniors 0, Coundon Court 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Hudson, Upton), Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Steven Sadler 3, own goal) Finham Park Colts 1, Panjab Radio Sporting FC 8 (David Ashby 4, Jutinder Dehal 2, Amraj Shoker, Logan Jackson) Rugby Town 2003 0, Phoenix FC 9 (Matthew Roberts, Kurtis Osborne, Richard Curtis 2, Ryan Smitham 2, Jamie Trigg, Daniel Watts, Ryan Brightwell) Leamington Hibs 1 (Aaron Palmer), Rugby Town Juniors 3 (Thomas, Fallow, Fuller) Spencer Sports 2 (Brown, Beesley)


Under 15A: Promoted Morris Rangers made a winning start to the campaign as Matt McNulty hit a debut four timer against league newcomers, Coventry Colliery. Well supported by the rest of the team, Morris ran out 7-2 winners.

Christ the King 3 (Craig Hatton, Sean Monnington, Rich McDonald) Dunlop Juniors 1 (Leon Yates), Coundon Cockerels 6 (Joe Holcroft 3, Luke Thomas 2, Nathan Sheffield) Binley Woods 1, Coventry Colliery Colts 2 (Ellis Allen, Kieron Kimberley) Morris Rangers 7 (Andrew Brookes, Kyle Jones, Matt McNulty 4, Daljit Jandu), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Aaron McFadden) Mount Nod Highway 2 (Todd Howarth, Matt Blair), Nuneaton Griff Juniors 5 (Ryan Birch 3, Mark Williams, Matt Travis) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1, Whitley Juniors 4 (Ross Knight 2, Lee Sheehy, Demir Vavan) Rugby Town Juniors 4

Under 15B: Allesley Aces 4 (Daniel Lucas 2, Michael Flavell, Sean McHail) Bermuda Colts 0, Brinklow Juniors 3 (Lee Harris, Sean Drake 2) Hawkes Mill Colts 1 (Kieron Murphy), Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (Paul Nash, Chavez Collier 3) Finham Park Rangers 4 (Jonathan Bailey 3, Luke Kavanagh), Leamington Hibs 2 (John Blunson, Forrest Robinson) Pinley NDC 3 (James Tovey, Shane Hand, Ashley Patel)


Under 16A: Morris Rangers had no answer as Coventry Sphinx Juniors saw every thing they tried come off. The Sphinx took the points with a 10-1 win with Andrew Buswell hitting five goals to get the season off to a flyer, Ryan Ledger grabbing a consolation for the Morris.

Chetwynd 0 Bedworth United Juniors 1 (Daniel Harris), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 10 (Andrew Buswell 5, Chris Wills, Steve Minshill, Stephen Kingham, Chris McGowan, Ben Fleming) Morris Rangers (Ryan Ledger), Hartshill Sports 2 (Kevin Bennett 2) North Warwickshire College 3 (Glen Randle, Lee Aucott, Carl Hollingsworth), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Thomas Newton) Nuneaton Griff Juniors 1

Under 16B: Baginton Guild 1 (Roy Patrick) Bedworth Eagles 4 (Ben Faint 2, Scott Dennis, Gareth Hopkins), Corner Post Colts 4 (Steven Horton, Steven McGinty, Lyle McGrath 2) Chapelfields Colts 5 (Wayne Clarke, Matt Livermore 2, Sean Williams, Joe Rowe-Martin), Jaguar Colts 3 (Kane Carver-Smith 3) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Kenilworth Town Juniors 0 PSA Peugeot Citroen 13 (David Shields, Liam Berry, Patrick Nicholls 2, Daniel Davies 3, Daniel Brown 2, Andrew Newman 3, Matthew Badman), Pinley NDC 1 (Luke Bates) White Hart Sports 14 (Jamie Martin, Martin Brennan 2, Richard Ould, Anthony Twamley 3, James Wardle 3, Jack Teggin 4)


Under 18 Red: Bilton Ajax 3 (David Riley, Andy Newnham 2) Bulkington Sports 5 (Adam Dennis 2, Ben Rowe 2, Paul Moseley), Central Ajax 7 (Kevin Hill, Oliver Rogers, Warren Hoyte 3, Richard Taylor 2) Christ the King 0, Silhill Youth 3 (Kieran Lloyd, Jerome Fleming, Hadeel Rehman) Hillmorton Juniors 0

Under 18 Blue: Matthew Lawrence gave Coundon Court the lead from close range. Denied a second by the offside flag, the Old Boys were constantly thwarted by Allesley Athletic before Steve Quinney netted a second direct from a free kick rounding off the scoring for the Old Boys at 2-0.

Bedworth Athletic 1 (Ryan Morris) Chapelfields Colts 11 (Lewis Small, Daniel Longbottom 4, James Connolly 4, Nathan Watts, Lewis Carroll), Cannon Park Colts 4 (Scott Cowie, Gary Vickers, Leigh Stewart, Geddes Murray) AT7 Youth (Bobby Sheridan, Kieran Little), Coundon Old Boys 2 (Matthew Lawrence, Steve Quinney) Allesley Athletic 0, Kenilworth Wardens 1 (Dan Keogh) Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Dan Tomlin, Chris Webber, Matt Avens 2), Whitley Juniors 6 (Martyn Clarke, Matthew Finnegan 2, Shane Dunn, Martin Shaw, Carl Fikrit) Sporting Athletic 1 (Simeon Williams pen)