Baker Sports Under 9s


In their Red League game Firefighter’s goalkeeper Luke Smith made some good early saves but was unable to prevent visitors Whitley from taking the lead. The Firefighters battled their way back into the game with a fine move starting with Lewis Robinson who found Myles Halford unmarked whose attempt at goal was blocked, Ryan Howe then found space in the box to smash the rebound into the net for the equaliser. Man of the Match Jack Hill and Jamie Conner were solid at the back for Firefighters, with Warwick Hancox impressing again in midfield and Aaron Whitehead and Jamie Cox also contributing to a competitive game. After plenty of chances were scorned by both teams Whitley’s Robert Scott finally sealed victory for the away side.

Pro Santos continued their fine run of form by winning their fourth game on the bounce. Taking early control of the match with 2 fine strikes from Callum Burns, Jack Bayliss added a third before Callum calmly completing his hat-trick to take his team into half-time with a  4-0 lead. Coundon Cockerels forced their way back into the game in the second half. The pressure paid off when Pro Santos conceded an own goal with 5 mins to play. Only another excellent display from Ashley Millward in the Pro Santos goal prevented Coundon Cockerels from getting further back into the match. On Saturday Cup holder’s Mount Nod moved into the quarter final of this year’s Tamworth Cup with a 2- 0 win over Cov Jag Red. A Jordan Downswell penalty and a great individual goal by Man of the Match Samuel Blasdale secured the game. Nod continued their winning ways on Sunday when Man of the Match Corey Cook helped them edge out AT7 in a 3 -2 thriller.


Birmingham County FA Sunday Minor Cup Round 3: Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (James Halton, Kyle Wint) Coldlands Colts 1, Nuneaton Griff 6 Bermuda Colts 2, Whitley Juniors 3 (Sean Sproul, Danny Raggett, Martin Cullinane) Shirley Eagles 2

Baker Sports under 9 Red: Brinklow Juniors 0 Bedworth Eagles Colts 2 (Ryan Skraga 2), Christ the King 2 Christie O’Toole, Ryan Strain) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Ryan Murray), Firefighters 1 (Ryan Howe) Whitley Juniors 2 (Shaun Wilder, Robert Scott), Mount Nod Highway 3 (Levi Cox 2, George Roche) AT7 Youth 2 (Jordan Clancy 2)

Baker Sports under 9 Blue: Binley Woods 1 (Jack McAllister) Firefighters 4 (Myles Lynch, Sam Evans, Richard Atkins 2), Christ the King 1 (Callum McGinley) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Andrew Sharman, Pearce Gaffney), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Cameron Stuart, Jaydon Downie, Dion Kelly-Evans, Devon Kelly-Evans 2) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Dean Pharaoh), Wyken Boys 0 Bedworth Eagles Colts 2

Baker Sports under 9 Green: Binley Woods 3 (Jack Lowney, Zach Garland 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 9 (Adam Lole, Harry Cooke 6, James Hayden, Leon Carty), Finham Park Colts 1 (Gregory Wright) London Road Lions 1 (George Hunter), Pinley NDC 3 (Ashley Beech, Courtney Baker-Richardson, Lewis Morris) Dunlop Jets 1 (Liam Dann), Pro Santos 5 (Jack Bayliss 2, Callum Burns 3) Coundon Cockerels 1 (own goal)


Baker Sports Under 10s


Dunlop and Cov Jag served up an early feast for their followers with a fantastic game. Right from the first kick of the ball the match was played at a fast tempo and superb play from both teams. Great interplay between Jags Man of the Match Callum Maguire and James McArthur resulted in the first goal of the game. Dunlop’s defence and their keeper in particular were in top form to keep Jag’s adding to their score Dunlop had some great chances at scoring but Jag’s keeper Frazer McGuinness made some fine saves to keep them at bay. After half time Dunlop scored two goals to take the lead The Jag piled on the pressure but just could not bury their chances until Callum Maguire finally hit an unstoppable shot to take the final score to 2 - 2. Full credit goes to all of the players for providing great entertainment. Well done lads!!!

Another Saturday game saw AT7 Red progress into the next round of the Tamworth Cup after a victory over their own Blue team. The ‘Blues’ started strongly but failed to finish their chances and at the interval found themselves 1 -0 in arrears. In the second half the ‘Reds’ stepped up a gear only to be denied and Hayden Keen’s well timed challenges . Eventually a Ricky Fletcher tidy header and Immanuel Hays second goal sealed the game for the Reds but both teams deserve credit for giving it their all in an entertaining clash. AT7 Red then continued their winning ways on Sunday when they achieved a victory over a dogged and skillful Ernesford Dynamos. Connell Farrell, the AT7 captain and driving force, fired home two unstoppable shots just before and after the break to set up the win.

After a good start from Cov Sphinx, Chapelfields scored after a sweeping move which Lewis Normoyle finished with a low shot past the rushing keeper. In a close game Chaps increased their lead with Tom Curzon scoring before half time. The second half was a close encounter with both defences playing well. Curtis Cutts finished the scoring to make it a well deserved 3-0 win to the Colts.


Baker Sports under 10 Red: Chapelfields Colts 3 (Lewis Normoyle, Tom Curzon, Curtis Cutts) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Callum Maguire, James McArthur) Dunlop Juniors 2 (Lee Kelly, Kieran Conway), Dunlop United 3 (Sam Browne, Lewis Chester, Ryan Moir) Mount Nod Highway 3 (Reece Tumley, James Lovatt, Lewis Roche), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Cameron Lowe) AT7 Youth 4 (Ricky Fletcher, Dale Wigmore, Connor Farrell 2), Whitley Juniors 1 (Bradley McFarlane) Christ the King 4 (Christian Jordon 3, Mason Kerr)

Baker Sports under 10 Blue: Christ the King 0 London Road Lions 0, Dunlop Dynamos 2 Racing Club Warwick 2, Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Robert Thompson 2) AT7 Youth 4 (Kieran Gill, Jason Heer, Ryan Mandara), Whitley Juniors 3 (Lee Gough, Jaydon Bickley. Liam Rock)  Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Shaquille McGregor 3).

Baker Sports under 10 Green: Christ the King Rovers 5 (Derry McGregor 2, Daniel McCarthy, Stephen Allen, Peter Marriott) Wyken FC 0, Coventry Aquatics 3 (Ashwin Kelsey, Aden Morris, Jack Steele) Keresley Colts 0, Finham Park Colts 1 (Luke Norris) Brinklow Juniors 1 (Jack Stothard), Leamington Hibernians 6 (Harry White 3, Jordan Cullinane, James O’Brien, Betheny Attwasser) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Aaron Tooth).


Under 11s


Under 11Knock Out Cup: AT7 Youth (2004) 1 (Luke Mooney) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 3 (Jordan Simms 3)

Under 11A: Christ the King 1 (Lewis Martin) Finham Park Rangers 5 (Gareth Price, Joe Price, George Davison, Matthew Corrigan 3), Kenilworth Wardens 3 (Will Lamond 2, Charlie Smith) Ernesford Dynamos 7 (Jack Dobson 3, Jack Kemp, Liam Cairns, Niall Baskerville, Nick Wilding)

Under 11B: Brinklow Juniors 0 Mount Nod Highway 0, Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (Ryan Harkin, Daniel Carlyon, Rob Tressler, Sam Carey) Rugby Town 5 (Nathan Clarke, Ryan Pomes, Richard Sudden), Dunlop Dynamos 0 Coundon Cockerels 4, Hillmorton FC 9 (Andrew Felton 3, Daniel Maude 2, Lee Gibson, Ben Hawkins, Jake Watts, George Hirons) Binley Woods 0

Under 11C: Balsall & Berkswell 0 Dunlop Jets 2 (Nick Morbey, Aaron Franks), Coventry Colts 2 (Ryan Windsor, Ashley Piper) Exhall Tigers 3 (Alex Gilbey, Luke Spencer, Daniel Spencer), Keresley Colts 1 (Luke Baxter) Coventry Jaguar Youth (2004) 1 (Ricardo Calderello), Leamington Hibernians 4 (Connor Billing 2, Zach Weston 2) Solihull Juniors 3 (D. McArthur, B. Evans, J. Davies), Pinley NDC 8 (Callum O’Connor 2, Jordan Greatrex 2, Nathan Wakelin 2, Leighton Donovan 2) Chapelfields Colts (Green) 1 (Bradley Smith), Wyken FC 7 (Nathan Williams, Lewis Barnes, Luke Watson, Kaman Francis Balou 2, Jack Barker 2) Brinklow Juniors 3 (Brian Stone 2, Henry Deboer).


Under 12s


In the under 12's cup Chapelfields Colts (Red) progressed at the expense of (B) Div promotion challengers Brinklow Juniors. For the second week running Colts Man of the Match was James McGookin. M. Wilby, the Brinklow goalkeeper, had a great game bringing off some excellent saves. In the League Christ the King’s Scott Drakeford and James Mills bagged a hat-trick and five goals respectively to cap an impressive team display as the Kings proved too strong for Rugby 2002. An early save by Dunlop’s stand in keeper Kyle Hickman kept Finham at bay before Dunlop took control with two first half goals. Luke Ellis snapped up his second after the break before Tom Rawlings finally beat Hickman to make it 3-1. Finham's joy was short lived however as Stephen O'Sullivan immediately poached a fourth for Dunlop to secure the points.


Under 12 Knock Out Cup Round 2: Chapelfields Colts (Red) 5 Brinklow Juniors 0

Under 12A: Chapelfields Colts (Blue) 5 (Matt Taylor, Reece Bryan 2, Lewis Bradnock-Davis 2) Whitley Juniors 4 (Ryan Blackwell 2, Brandon Dacres, Harry Freeman), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Luke Ellis 2, Daniel Fagan, Stephen O’Sullivan) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Tom Rawlings), London Road Lions 2 (Ryan Haraburda 2) Rugby Town 1 (Nick Whittam)

Under 12B: Binley Woods 6 (Billy Stewart, Shaun McBride, Max Wareham, Luke Wilkins, Reece Buttree 2) Leamington Hibernians 2 (Rishy Vasishta, Dan Edwards), Christ the King Rovers 2 (David Dwyer 2) Racing Club Warwick 4 (Adam Dowds, Thomas Bagley, David Knight 2), Ernesford Dynamos 6 (Michael Waine, Daniel King 4, Jonathan Bird) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Jamie McSweeney), Finham Lions 6 (Ben Perry 2, Tom Briscoe, Daniel O’Callaghan 2, Conor Docherty) AT7 Youth 3 (Liam Richardson, Henry Toro 2), Keresley Colts 5 (Luke Hand, Daniel McDermott, Robert Westbrook, Dayle McCormick, Jamie Fagan) Coventry Aquatics 1 (Jack Hibberd), London Road Colts 4 (Adam King, Nima Sobhani 3) Dunlop Dynamos 1 (Adam Jones, Sam Griffiths), Pinley NDC 2 (Ryan Willison 2) Wyken Wanderers 6 (Callum Flaxton 2, Ryan Moore, Luke Cashmore 2, Joe Walden)


Under 13s


Baginton broke their duck in the B Division by gaining their first point of the season with a memorable battling display against Ryona. The visitors were first out of the stalls with Dale Jennings scoring in the first minute with Baginton still asleep. Two further quick goals established a 3- 0 lead but with 16 minutes played Baginton were awarded a penalty following a great Jordon Fellows run. Captain Russell Crosbie took the responsibility for the kick and drove it to the keeper’s left. Just before half time Ryona scored their fourth and Kieran McMurray’s second to send them into the interval with a very well deserved  4-1 lead. The second half was a different story as Baginton stormed back after only 3 minutes when Man of the Match Mohammad Eatamadi scored with a lovely left foot shot. Growing in strength and taking control of the game Baginton were awarded a free kick about 24 yards out. Up Stepped Lewis Meacham to take a great kick and score his first goal of the season. Baginton were now on a high with their heads held high and their confidence growing. With only 3 minutes left on the clock centre half Gavin Jenkins completed the great come back  with a surging run into Ryona's penalty area and shot past the keeper to bring the scores level. Credit goes to both teams for playing a great game in a very friendly and sporting manner.



Under 13A: Finham Park Rangers 1 (C. Haidar) Dunlop Juniors 2 (Thomas Ball, Ryan Williams), Longford Community FC 4 Chapelfields Colts 0, Mount Nod Highway 2 Rugby Town 2, PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Christie Lowndes 2, Matty Watson, David Buckley) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Lewis Fisher), Stretton Athletic 0 Christ the King 4 (Calum Wilson 3, Jordan Deighan), Whitley Juniors 0 AT7 Youth 8 (Anthony Donnell 2, Aiden Fox, Robert Ogleby 3, Damien Pratt 2)

Under 13B: Baginton Guild 4 (Russell Crosbie, Mohammed Eatemadi, Lewis Meacham, Gavin Jenkins) Ryona FC 4 (Kieran McMurray 2, Dale Jennings 2), Binley Woods 0 Leamington Hibernians 8 (Jordan White 2, Ryan Allen 3, Danny Farrelly, Tom Levis, Jamie Beale), Brinklow Juniors 1 (Daniel Fossick) All Nations FC 2 (Levi Craig, Abdul Karim), Christ the King Rovers 0 Pinley NDC 3, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Marc Breslin, Liam Tweedie, Connor Edkins 2, Daniel West) Ernesford Dynamos 5 (Daniel Toner, Callum Moulton, Louis Lea, Kyle Jagodic), Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Luke Russell, Nathan Osborne, Joel Robins) Pro Santos 5 (Andrew Williams, Gerome Donker, Luke Coen, Ashley Jordan 2), Morris Rangers 2 (Satpal Singh 2) Hawkes Mill Colts 2 (Conor Scott, John Clusker), Rugby Town (2002) 3 (Oliver Bell, Ian Lockie, Michas Cybulski) Finham Park Colts 2 (Dale Brogan, Anthony Poole)


Budget Skips Under 14s


In a cracking game Whitley Juniors punished an in-form Massey Ferguson with some superb finishing. A great hat-trick in ten minutes from Jamie Hnatushka was accompanied by 2 goals from Dani Loney and a tremendous header from Jake Ward. A very hard fought and exciting game saw the Boat and Ernesford Dynamos share eight goals. Both teams tried everything to get the winner but in the end a draw was a fair result.


Budget Skips under 14 Knock Out Cup Round 2: Whitley Colts 1 (Anthony Ostachuk) Coundon Cockerels 8 (Sebastian Guraya, Daniel Kennell, Liam Davies, Ashley Holmes 3, Corey Williams)

Budget Skips under 14A: Christ the King 2 (Danny Blackwell, Sam Green) PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (JJ Johnstone, Thomas Tinubu), Massey Ferguson Colts 0 Whitley Juniors 6 (Jamie Hnatuska 3, Danny Loney 2, Jake Ward), Rugby Town 4 (Ben Jones 2, Thomas Elliott, Bradley Clarke) Bedworth Eagles 2 (Sam Bircher, Lineker Lashley)

Budget Skips under 14A2: Ash Green United 2 (Danny Stevens, Cameron Tune) AT7 Youth 1, Earlsdon FC 2 (Peter Baldyga, Cain Wilson) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Stephen McGowan 2, Craig Hands, Aaron Woodhouse, Harry Andrew), Finham Park Rangers 0 Bedworth United 6 (Aran Chaggar, Joe Smith-Walker 2, Greg Cooke, Ian Ashby 2), Radford Rangers 5 (Carl Jeffs, Nathan Robinson, Raspal Bansal, Daryl Munro 2) Binley Woods 2 (Ryan Yemm, Davis Payne), Wyken FC 1 (Peter Monger) Rugby Town (2002) 6 (Paul Turner, Max Beard, Nabil Hussein 2, Halim-Halim 2)

Budget Skips under 14B: Allesley Eagles 0 Christ the King Rovers 0, Coventry Aquatics 3 (Sam Clough, Dean Crossfield 2) Allesley Aces 2 (Daniel Chand, Stephen Cleaver), The Boat FC Juniors 4 (Danny Monaghan, Hakim Ali 3) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Joe Sheerman, Mark Curtis, Andy Doherty, Ryan Penny)


Under 15s


Ernesford Dynamos got back to winning ways in a competitive and hard fought game against Mount Nod. A goal in the first half by Chris Russell and a superb left footed strike in the second by Aaron Kelly gave the points to Dynamos.  Two very sporting teams provided great entertainment and thrills throughout, with special mention for a great performance from the Highway keeper.
Finham Park Colts and Coundon Cockerels served up a ten goal thriller in the B Division. Colts opened the scoring when James Marklew was played through by midfielder Danny Brown to confidently place the ball round the Cockerels keeper after 10 minutes. The visitors responded immediately with a well worked equaliser levelling the scores. Finham found their lead restored when Adam Pickup delivered a dangerous corner which Coundon failed to deal with and James Marklew was on hand to scramble in his second goal of the encounter. With both teams looking to capitalise, Matt Holme was introduced from the bench and was quickly rewarded with his first goal when he received a long kick from goal keeper Lewis Reynolds and slotted the ball home from just inside the area, making it 3-1. With halftime looming, James Marklew received the ball some distance from the Coundon goal and hit a net buster from outside the box make the score 4-1 at the break and complete his own hat-trick. The second half started positively for Coundon when the Finham defence failed to clear the ball and Coundon poached a goal to make it 4-2. With both teams looking to score, Matt Holme took his second goal of the match on the volley to extend the Finham lead back to 3 goals and a few minutes later he had also completed his hat trick. However Coundon kept good shape and began working more chances in the last fifteen minutes. Their attacking approach rewarded them with 2 late goals but time was now against them and Finham rallied together to hold on for a very close 6-4 victory.


Under 15A: Coundon Court 2 London Road Lions 8, Ernesford Dynamos 2 (A. Kelly, Russell) Mount Nod Highway 0, Wallace JFC 4 (Lee Pemberton2, Adam Vallance, A. Nelmes) Bedworth United 0

Under 15B: Coventry Aces 4 (Karl Darby 3, Mark Cameron) Binley Woods 1 (Chris Byrne), Finham Park Colts 6 (James Marklew 3, Matt Holme 3) Coundon Cockerels 4 (Sean Kettle 2, Ryan O’Sullivan, Campbell), Racing Club Warwick 3 (T. Wyatt 2, G. Curry) Grove Farm 1 (Nick Thompson), Rugby Town (2003) 2 (Ben Hopkins, Ben Stead) Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Jon Rumble 2, David Callaghan)



Under 16s

Under 16 Knock Out Cup: Coventry Colliery Colts 8 Pinley NDC 2

Under 16A: Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Earle Allen) Morris Rangers 0

Under 16B: Hawkes Mill Colts 5 (Luke Kris 3, Sean Brogan, Matty Gibbs) Rugby Town (2003) 2 (Ashley Marks 2)







Hillmorton stormed their way into the next round of the cup after a fiery encounter with Morris Rangers. Rangers had the better of the early spells but an excellent through ball from Richard Smith allowed the cross to come in for an easy tap in for Jo Kerruish. Hillmorton increased the lead when Sean Huntley was on hand to knock in a loose ball. The second half saw the game’s tempo and competitiveness increase with Hillmorton running out the eventual winners and the Man of the Match award going to Sean Huntley. A mid-table clash between Corner Post Colts and Chapelfield Colts saw both teams playing fast competitive football from the start. Both defences were under extreme pressure as the game went from end to end.  Some really good last minute tackles kept the first half scoreless with Phil Whitehead holding the Corner Post defence together and John Phipkin outstanding for Chapelfields. The second half started at the same pace but Chapelfields finally broke the deadlock after a goalmouth frenzy led to Will Edwards putting the ball in the net. Corner Post raised their game and quickly replied with a goal from Sandeep Jassal. Continuous pressure from Corner Post resulted in 2 further goals from Scot Broadbent. Chapelfields rallied during the last 15 minutes and were rewarded with a goal from Joe Rowe-Martin but the equalizer proved elusive and a thrilling game finished at 3 – 2. 


Youth Knock Out Cup: Christ the King (Green) 2 (Ben Morgan, Conal Cunningham) Central Ajax 3 (Danny Jenkins 2, John Differ), Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Arran Chimbur 3, Danny McShane) Ernesford Dynamos 0, Hillmorton FC 5 (Joe Kerruish, Liam Huntley 2, Sean Huntley 2) Morris Rangers 2, (Michael Ward), Longford Youth 4 (Carl Doubleday, John Lane, Nathan Rutherford, Craig Smith) Sporting Athletic 5 (William Cromwell 2, Guillem Aden 2, Cauldrick Maynard)

Youth (Blue): Brinklow Juniors 4 (Luke McKiernan 2, Lee Perkins, Jack Wiggins) Panjab Radio Sporting 1 (Michael Boylan), Kenilworth Wardens 0 Finham Park Rangers 0, St. Nicolas Boys 3 (Dave Barnett 2, Jamie Hammersley) Coundon Court Old Boys 1 (Richard Elms), Whitley Juniors 5 (Johnny Griffiths, Shane Dunne 2, Martyn Shaw, Karl Fikret) White Hart Sports 1 (Fraser Marscheider)

Youth (Green): Corner Post Colts 3 (Sandeep Jassell, Scott Broadbent 2) Chapelfields Colts 2 (Joe Rowe-Martin, Will Edwards)