Results Sunday 8th February 2004

BCFA Sunday Youth Cup: Juma Mohammed twice put Cannon Park Colts in front at Hawkes Mill but each time were pegged back by the Juniors before they claimed a place in the next round with a 3-2 win.

Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Matty Avens, James Morgan, Andrew Morrissey) Cannon Park Colts 2 (Juma Mohammed 2)


Under 9 Red: Christ the King 3 Mount Nod Highway 6, Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Aaron Pointer 2, Sam Proctor) Whitley Juniors 0, Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Josh Bates) Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kane Collins 2, Lee Kelly)

Under 9 Blue: Despite the blustery conditions, Dunlop Juniors managed to play some neat passing football to overcome a spirited London Road Lions 2-0. Man of the match, Lewis Chester opened the scoring and also provided the assist for Sam Browne to complete the scoring with a typical poachers goal.

Dunlop Juniors 2 (Lewis Chester, Sam Browne) London Road Lions 0, Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Kyle Edwards) Dunlop Jets 5 (Jordan Hurst, Lewis Locker, Aaron Curran), Whitley Juniors 1 (Lee Gough) Finham Park Rangers 1 (David Clements)

Under 10 Knock Out Cup: Mount Nod and Coventry Jaguar switched their game to Capmartin Road in order to get it played and the Jaguar, last years finalists, started brightly against their opponents. Ryan Harkin gave them the lead after a neat passing movement involving Robert Tressler and Joe Price down the left hand flank created an opening. The Jaguar failed to capitalise on their superiority, missing several chances and it wasn’t until midway through the second half that Tressler made the game safe with a second goal.

Mount Nod Highway (Blue) 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth (Red) 2 (Robert Tressler, Ryan Harkin)

Under 10 Red: In terrible conditions, Danny Wilson gave AT7 the lead against Whitley Juniors but then the Juniors then broke loose and Chris Livermore equalised for them. Jordan Willis and Sam Hewitt both saw shots strike the crossbar as AT7 pressed before Callum O’Sullivan hit the winning goal with fifteen minutes to play. A brilliant solo goal from Taylor McGregor, beating four opponents before scoring, was the highlight of a polished display by Christ the King against Keresley Colts. James Ritson score three times as did Lewis Martin, for the third successive game, with Taylor and an own goal making up the total.  

AT7 Youth 2 (Callum O’Sullivan, Daniel Wilson) Whitley Juniors 1 (Chris Livermore), Ernesford Dynamos 5 (L. Bains, J. Kemp, S. Quirke, J. Formstone 2) Coundon Cockerels 1 (A. Jones), Keresley Colts 0 Christ the King 9 (Taylor McGregor 2, Lewis Martin 3, James Ritson 3, own goal)

Under 10 Blue: As per all other games, Christ the King and Chapelfields Colts had to contend with the strong winds. The Kings going close through Jake Wells and Charlie Owen with an upright and goalkeeper, Carl Fitzgerald denying Raff Williams of Chapelfields. Daniel Gummery put the Kings in front with a neat finish before adding a second with a drive from the edge of the penalty area. He then completed his hat trick in the second half before Wells set up Declan Keogh to score a fourth for Christ the King. Chapelfields notched up a much deserved consolation goal when Williams scored direct from a corner kick. Coventry Sphinx caught Binley Woods cold as they raced into a 4-0 lead but Binley settled down and tried to battle their way back after they reshuffled their line up but no more goals were scored.

Binley Woods 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Jordan Simms 2, Joshua Bruce, Matthew Bruce), Christ the King 4 (Daniel Gummery 3, Declan Keogh) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Raff Williams), Morris Rangers 1 (Nicky Morby) Brinklow Juniors 1 (Stuart Day)

Under 10 Green: In heavy conditions, Jamie Bradbury opened the scoring for Finham Park Colts against a strong Brinklow Juniors. Luke Norris added a second before half time. In the second half, a superb goal from Matt Kingham extended the Finham lead but then they were pegged back as the battling village side pulled two goals back but Finham held on for a 3-2 win, defender Sam Woodcock earning the man of the match award.

Chapelfields Colts 0 Wyken FC 2 (Reece Garland, Daniel Monger), Dunlop Juniors 2 (Luke Wensley, Ryan Caffrey) Leamington Hibernians 0, Finham Park Colts 3 (Jamie Bradbury, Luke Norris, Matt Kingham) Brinklow Juniors 2, Pro Santos 1 (Ryan Murray) Coventry Jaguar Youth 0, The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Mason Price 3) Keresley Colts 2 (Luke Baxter)

Under 11 Knock-Out Cup: Two goals in each half from Tom Rawlings helped Finham Park into the next round as they grabbed a 4-2 win against Coundon Cockerels as both teams struggled to counter a fierce cross field wind. Christ the King reached the semi-final stages with a 3-0 defeat of London Road Lions. With the wind at their backs in the first half, the Kings took the lead with a first goal of the season for Connan Brookes, a volley from the edge of the penalty area., this probably being the only shot on target in the first half. Brookes added the second after the break, after a clearance fell to him before Luke Cohen added the third. Liam Brown in the Lions goal had a superb game, as did Ryan Haraburda who was always dangerous leading the Lions attack.

Christ the King 3 (Connan Brookes 2, Luke Cohen) London Road Lions 0, Coundon Cockerels 2 (Oliver Wright, Morgan Baker) Finham Park Rangers 4 (Tom Rawlings 4)

Under 11A: Dunlop took an early lead against PSA Peugeot Citroen when Ben Lyons shot home from the edge of the penalty area. Shortly afterwards it was 2-0 when Jake Holt scored. Peugeot pulled a goal back before half time and with the wind at their backs soon equalised in the second half. After Holt had had a goal disallowed, Peugeot moved forward to score again to take the points 3-2.

Binley Woods 0 Whitley Juniors 5 (Brendan Dacres 3, Callum Fleming, Liam Rutter), PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 Dunlop Juniors 2 (Ben Lyons, Jake Holt), Wyken FC v Coventry Sphinx Juniors

Under 11B: Coventry Colliery Colts 1 (Steffan Woodward) Rugby Town (2002) 5 (Jacob Smith, Sam Addison, Thomas Elliott, Rhys Slatcher 2), Ernesford Dynamos 6 Coventry Aquatics 2, Keresley Colts 5 (Niall Evans 4, Matthew Coyle) London Road Colts 2 (Adam King 2)

Under 12A: Sean Kay’s well-struck shot put PSA Peugeot in front against Coventry Jaguar Youth but within two minutes, Nathan Fairchild had levelled the score. A superb header by Dale Sawyer put the Jaguar in front and Fairchild made it 3-1. Right on half time, an unstoppable free kick from Arni Di Maria made the interval score 4-1. As per the first half, Peugeot started the second half with a goal, Jamie Wright doing the honours but Fairchild and Sawyer went on to complete hat tricks before Travis Lea Beeston claimed a third Peugeot goal late in the game, Jaguar Youth winning 7-3. Chapelfields Colts claimed an important win, 2-1 over Whitley Juniors thanks to substitute, Chris Thomson. With the fierce wind making play difficult, Jacob Blackwell put Chapelfields ahead in the first half with Thomson adding the second, following up after his own shot had been parried by the Whitley goalkeeper. Whitley pushed forward but were denied first by the crossbar and then by a combination of Colts ‘keeper, Luke Cheyne and a post before Lewis Fisher pulled a goal back with a neat header from a right side cross. It then needed good defence by Jake Burgess, Niall Buswell and Scott Patterson to stop Whitley scoring again.

Christ the King 5 (Jack Keogh 3, Kieran Nugent, R, Knox) London Road Lions 1 (Jake Sharman), Coventry Jaguar Youth 7 (Nathan Fairchild 3, Dale Sawyer 3, Arni Di Maria) PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 (Sean Kay, Travis Lea Beeston, Jamie Wright), Rugby Town 2 (Oliver Chater, John Farrow) AT7 Youth 1 (Thomas Henry), Stretton Athletic 3 (Ryan Johnson 2, Conor Holland) Finham Park Rangers 1, Whitley Juniors 1 (Lewis Fisher) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jacob Blackwell, Chris Thomson)

Under 12B: Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Danny Grossman, Alex Czerniewski, Ian Lockie) Finham Park Colts 1 (Anthony Poole)

Under 12C: Kenilworth Town Juniors 0 Wyken Aces 4 (Joe Entwhistle 2, Billy Gallagher 2), Pro Santos 1 (Shaun O’Brien) Morris Rangers 3 (Luke Whittaker, Sam Carvill, Charlie Hole), Ryona FC 0 Binley Woods 0

Under 13 Knock Out Cup: London Road were quickly into their stride against Christ the King, Declan Callum and Darren Jackson putting them two goals to the good. Sam Green pulled on back for the Kings before the interval. After half time, goals from Shaun Gaffney and Liam Doyle put the Kings in front and it was only sound defence by Sean Curley and Joseph Cahill that kept the Kings at bay. Andrew Cooper pulled the scores level at 3-3 to take the game into extra time after Gaffney had missed a good chance in the last minute of normal time. With no further goals being scored, the tie went to penalty kicks where London Road managed a 3-1 win.

Bedworth Eagles 2 (Matthew Broom, Sam Bircher) Whitley Juniors 1, Coundon Cockerels 2 (Liam Terry, Aaron Woodhouse) Wyken FC 0, Coventry Aquatics 2 (Dean Crossfield, Anthony Ostachuk) Rugby Town 10 (Ryan Gemm 2, Thomas Elliott 2, Liam Bailey, Alex Platt 2, Jamie Slade 3), London Road Lions 3 (Declan Callum, Andrew Cooper, Darren Jackson) Christ the King 3 (Sam Green, Shaun Gaffney, Liam Doyle) after extra time, London Road Lions won 3-1 penalties, Rugby Town (2002) 2 (Halim-Halim 2) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Steven McGowan, Craig Hands 2)

Under 13A: Binley Woods 0 Bedworth United 2 (Ian Ashby 2)

Under 13B: Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Allesley Eagles 4 (Daniel Hayden, Michael Owen, Ryan Smith 2), Rugby Town (2003) 1 (Tom Jackson) Earlsdon FC 6

Under 14A: Bedworth Eagles 4 (Craig Proctor, Peter Finney, Liam Taylor, Darren Bartley) North Warwickshire College 0, Firefighters 0 Rugby Town (2002) 1 (Alex Donaldson), Mount Nod Highway 3 (Martin Healey 2, Michael Puffett) PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Tom Ison, Chris Corkery), Norton Lindsey 6 (Adam Streeter, Josh Hensher, James Williams 2, Tom Hicks 2) Binley Woods 0, Wallace JFC 2 (Tom Evans, Callum Nugent) AT7 Youth 1

Under 14B: Coundon Court and Ernesford Dynamos were level 0-0 at half time before the visitors took advantage of the wind to take an early second half lead through Leon Simmons. Sam Cross added a second after prolonged pressure and then Paul Friday made it 3-0 with an individual effort before Luke Masters wrapped up a 4-0 win for the Dynamos, scoring his first goal of the season from the penalty spot. A strong Finham Park Colts side kept Coventry Jaguar Youth defending deep in their own half of the field, two goals by Danny Brown and one from James Marklew giving the Colts a 3-1 half time lead, David Callanan replying for the Jaguar. Finham extended their lead with another Marklew strike and a goal by David Edden. Only excellent goalkeeping denying them more goals.

Coundon Court 0 Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Luke Masters, Paul Friday, Sam Cross, Leon Simmons) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (David Callanan) Finham Park Colts 5 (David Edden, James Marklew 2, Danny Brown 2), Phoenix FC 0 Panjab Radio Sporting 3 (David Ashby 2, Logan Jackson), Rugby Town 3 (Lawrence Jackson, Calum Fuller, Adam Barby) Chapelfields Colts 5 (Blake Kassar, Lawrence Vinnecombe 3, Paul Rendall)

Under 15 Knock Out Cup: Rugby Town 7 (David Kolodynski 3, Ricky Bains 2, Dan Newman, Beau Carney) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Earle Allen)

Under 15A: Whitley Juniors 3 (Sean Sproul, Ross Knight, Mitchell Hopkins) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0

Under 15B: Brinklow Juniors 4 (Daniel Carter 2, Alex Baker 2) Chapelfields Colts 3 (John Lee 2, Chris Lampett)

Only four games survived in the under 16s’, Coventry Sphinx with the benefit of the wind grabbed three first half goals before standing firm against a second half battering by Morris Rangers to record a 4-0 cup success, Andrew Buswell scoring three times whilst Nuneaton Griff finally got on top at Hartshill, recording a 3-0 A division win. In the B division, Kenilworth (Tom Sewards) held Ernesford 1-1 at half time before the Dynamos eventually broke them down to win 3-1 whilst Coventry Red Devils held Corner Post Colts 2-2 in a very close encounter.

Under 16 Knock Out Cup: Morris Rangers 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Andrew Buswell 3, Dave Brammer)

Under 16A: Hartshill Sports 0 Nuneaton Griff 3 (Iain Green, Thomas Rumble, Adam Hartshorn)

Under 16B: Coventry Red Devils 2 (Shahid Ahmed, Jamie Wilcox) Corner Post Colts 2 (Andre Lammy, Lyle McGrath), Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Amit Ganatra, Tom Antiss Gary Salt) Kenilworth Town 1 (Tom Sewards)

Under 18 Knock Out Cup: Castlehurst Colts 4 (Dave Maddox, Dave Hogarth, Rob Gardner 2) Kenilworth Wardens 1 (Alex Hiorns), Central Ajax 8 (Chris Collier, Richard Taylor 2, Gary Morris 2, Rory Noonan, Warren Hoyte, Charlie Leonard)

Under 18 Blue: Finham Park returned to winning ways with a 6-0 demolition of Bedworth Athletic. David Lancaster and Richard Synnott both score twice with Sam Bird and Rushi Athwal grabbing one each. Coundon Court took the game to Panjab Radio from the kick off, giving the Panjab goalie, Ajay Dewitt, plenty to do. However it was Panjab that took the lead when Danny White popped up unmarked to head in a corner kick. In the second half, playing with the breeze, the Old Boys were quickly into their stride, Mitchell Finlayson winning a penalty kick after he was fouled. He then saw Dewitt turning his spot kick against the crossbar, before being the first to react, heading in the equaliser. Paul Sowerby then put Coundon in front before substitute, Nathan Pritchard wrapped up a 3-1 win.

Bedworth Athletic 0 Finham Park Rangers 6 (Richard Synnott 2, Sam Bird, Rushi Athwal, David Lancaster 2), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Dan Longbottom, Jimmy Connelly) Whitley Juniors 3 (Karl Fikret 2, Martin Shaw) Coundon Court Old Boys 3 (Mitchell Finlayson, Paul Sowerby, Nathan Pritchard) Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Danny White)