Birmingham County FA Sunday Youth Cup Round 2: It
was a great cup tie between Chapelfields Colts and Hillmorton as the Rugby side
saw Andy Bacon net twice in the opening four minutes. The Colts struck back to
level the scores only for Eric Telford to put Hillmorton back in front before
Chapelfields made it 3-3 right on the half time whistle. There was no further
scoring in the game, which went to extra time and penalties before Hillmorton
won through 7-5 on spot kicks.
Bulkington Sports 0 Castle Hurst Colts 0 (aet Castlehurst won 5-4 penalties), Cannon Park Colts 4 (Gez Hehir 2, Ryan Sweatman, Gary Vickers) Bilton Ajax 3 (David Riley 2, Nick Matthews), Chapelfields Colts 3 (Daniel Longbottom, Jim Connolly 2) Hillmorton 3 (Andy Bacon 2, Eric Telford, aet Hillmorton won 7-5 penalties), Christ the King 3 (Liam Gould 2, Liam Shields) Panjab Radio Sporting 0, Coundon Court Old Boys 1 (Adam Reeve) Silhill Youth 5 (Caghasa Bertram, Steve Townsend, Jerome Fleming, Martin Moran 2), Whitley Juniors 2 (Martin Shaw, Karl Fikret) Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Andrew Morrissey, Anthony Allen, Matty Averns)
Kenilworth Wardens 2 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Stephen Kingham 2) (aet Sphinx won 4-3 penalties)
9 Red: AT7 and
Coventry Sphinx put together an entertaining game in which two first half goals
for Ricky Fletcher and a third from Aidan Muras early in the second half, all
following corner kicks, helped AT7 to a 4-1 success. Sean Kirwan pulled one back
for the Sphinx before Reece Tonner wrapped up the scoring.
AT7 Youth 4 (Ricky Fletcher 2, Aidan Muras, Reece Tonner) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Sean Kirwan), Christ the King 1 (Dane Kenny) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Aaron Pointer), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Kane Collins) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Josh Brassington), Whitley Juniors 2 (Macauley Richards, Connor Bullock) Mount Nod Highway 2 (James Lovett, Ivor Lawton)
9 Blue: Daniel
Read netted a superb hat trick to help London Road to a 4-1 win against a hard
working Coventry Jaguar. Fine defence by Dominic Grainger and Kieran McFadden
restricted Jaguar to a single goal scored by Andrew Hart with Aaron Beard
scoring the Lions fourth. Chapelfields and Whitley swung the play from end to
end after the opening exchanges produced goals from the penalty spot for both
teams as the game ended 2-2. Sam Brown superbly set up Drew Moloney for the
opening goal as Dunlop Juniors defeated Coventry Aquatics 2-0 and then Lewis
Chester made sure of the points with an excellent finish after running the ball
at his opponents.
AT7 Youth 0 Finham Park Rangers 4 (David Clements, Steve Thomas, Aaron Cassidy, Jack Orford), Binley Woods 5 Dunlop Jets 1, Brinklow Juniors 3 (Josh Stothard 2, Lewis Pepper) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Aaron Ludford), Chapelfields Colts 2 Whitley Juniors 2 (Lee Gough, Jordan Hiscox), Dunlop Juniors 2 (Drew Moloney, Lewis Chester) Coventry Aquatics 0, London Road Lions 4 (Daniel Read 3, Aaron Beard) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Andrew Hart)
10 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Chapelfields Colts Reds eased through to the next round after a
comfortable win over a brave Mount Nod Highway (Green) team. After James
Hartland had opened the scoring, it was one way traffic as Bradley Teggin and
Joe Henderson both scored four times and Tom O’Callaghan bagged a hat trick.
Finham Park Rangers (Green) had a flying start against Dunlop Juniors (Blue)
when Andrew Scott, Chas Mulhall and Cameron Rennie all set up chances for
William Vines to grab a hat trick. Dunlop pulled their game together but Glenn
Robinson added a fourth for Finham before Ricardo Calderello grabbed a goal for
the Dunlop. As Dunlop pressured Finham, a quick break allowed Robinson in to
score his second goal to complete a 5-1 win for Finham. Christ the King Blue
took the Finham Red team to extra time after Lewis Edwards had given the home
side the lead, heading in a corner kick by James Corrigan. The Kings equalized,
also from a corner when Jake Wells scored. In extra time George Davison scored
twice to Finham on top before supplying the cross for Kieran McGrory to score
the final goal in a 4-1 win. Declan Corcoran and Jordan Deehan combined to set
up Corcoran for the first goal in London Roads 2-1 success over Keresley Colts.
Keresley equalised with a bullet headed goal before a good run by Ashley Ilston
put in Joshua Bird to score the winning goal for the Lions. A much improved
Leamington Hibernians were still no match for Coventry Jaguar in a torrential
downpour, the visitors winning 8-0. After a scrappy first half, The Boat went on
to get the better of Athletic United Green 3-0 after second half substitute
Declan McCann took control of the midfield, setting up Joss Selby for the first
goal. Charlie Cook scored four times
as Mount Nod Blues hit Finham Park Colts 6-0. A first half brace from Corey
Carpenter supported by the same from Ben O’Hara helped put Caludon into the
next round with a 6-1 win over Wyken Colts.
Athletic United Blue 0 Ernesford Dynamos Red 4, Athletic United Green 0 The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Mason Price, Joss Selby, Rhys Clarke), AT7 Youth Red 11 (Jordan Willis, Dan Willson 2, Callum O’Sullivan, Wyatt Jones 7) Coventry Colts 1 (Reece Ewart), Binley Woods 3 (Nicolas wilding 2, Luis Foguet) Wyken FC 2 (Reece Garland, Luke Cheshire), Chapelfields Colts Blue 0 Balsall & Berkswell 0 (aet Balsall win 4-0 penalties), Finham Park Rangers Green 5 (William Vines 3, Glenn Robinson 2) Dunlop Juniors Blue 1 (Ricardo Calderello) , Finham Park Rangers Red 4 (George Davison 2, Lewis Edwards, Cieran McGrory) Christ the King Blue 1 (Jake Wells) aet, London Road Lions Red 2 (Declan Corcoran, Joshua Bird) Keresley Colts Red 1, Mount Nod Highway Blue 6 (Charlie Cook 4, Jimmy Swain, Lewis Power) Finham Park Colts, Mount Nod Highway Green 0 Chapelfields Colts Red 12 (James Hartland, Bradley Teggin 4, Joe Henderson 4, Tom O’Callaghan 3), Whitley Juniors 3 (Chris Livermore, Brandon Avery 2) Dunlop Juniors Green 0, Wyken Colts 1 Caludon Youth 6 (Corey Carpenter 2, Ben O’Hara 2, Ryan Bromley, Thomas O’Brien), Kenilworth Wardens 7 Morris Rangers 1, Leamington Hibernian 0 Coventry Jaguar Youth Red 8 (Andrew Mee, Robert Tressler 2, Louis Pittaway 2, Joe Price, Ryan Harkin, Gurpreet Singh Due)
Under 10 Blue: London Road matched Coventry Jaguar during the first half but a five goal performance by Aaron Jones left them trailing as twins Reece and Jack Simpson were also on target.
London Road Lions 1 Coventry Jaguar Youth 7 (Aaron Jones 5, Reece Simpson, Jack Simpson)
Under 10 Green: Pro Santos and Ernesford Dynamos shared the points in heavy conditions. The Dynamos went in front through Luke Thompson but with George Swaffield solid in the Santos goal, Alex Johnson and Oliver Koczkowski got to grips in midfield as Pro Santos went on the offensive. The 1-1 draw came in the last few minutes when Jack Scandrett scored for Pro Santos after a goalmouth scramble.
Pro Santos 1 (Jack Scandrett) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Luke Thompson)
11A: Jake Holt
put Dunlop in front at Finham after coping with early pressure but Rhys Burton
put the scores level before half time as the teams shared the points. Joe Clough
opened his account with a brace as Christ the King defeated Binley Woods 7-0,
Liam Brown also scoring twice. Superb PR by referee Trevor Hargrave kept both
teams and parents informed of the situation after an ambulance was called to
take Jake McIlwaine of Wyken to hospital after he was injured against
Chapelfields Colts. After the game restarted, the Colts went on to win 4-1,
Brendan Sharp scoring twice.
Chapelfields Colts Red 4 (Harvey Perch, Brendan Sharp 2, Chris O’Shea) Wyken FC 1 (Andrew Ellis), Christ the King 7 (Joe Clough 2, Liam Brown 2, Jaymie Trickett, Conan Brookes, Luke Cohen) Binley Woods 0, Coundon Cockerels 2 (Morgan Baker 2) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 6 (Sam Skerratt 3, Michael Smith 2, Gordon Whitmore), Finham Park Rangers 1 (Rhys Burton) Dunlop Juniors 1 (Jake Holt), London Road Lions 3 (Jack Truman, Ryan Haraburda 2) PSA Peugeot Citroen 5 (Tom Purnell 2, Chris Cox, Arron Cooke, Joe Lavery), Rugby Town 4 (Ross Ingram 2, Liam Cope, Lee Gibson) AT7 Youth 0, Whitley Juniors 12 Brinklow Juniors 3
Under 11B: Coventry Aquatics 11 Mount Nod Highway 1, Coventry Colliery Colts 2 (Luke Varga 2) Wyken Wanderers 7 (Lewis Freeman 2, Luke Cashmore 2, Ryan Moore 2, Michael Palmer), Dunlop Dynamos 3 (Sam Griffiths 2, Adam Jones) Pinley NDC 6 (Louis O’Connor 3, Conor O’Leary, Michael Sheehy, Nathan Trigg), Keresley Colts 2 (Matthew Coyle 2) Finham Lions 0, Leamington Hibernians 4 (Alex Doulter, Jonathan Smith, Dan Brown, Oliver Stuchbury) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Sam Barnes, Reece Bryan, Louis Bradnock Davis, Glen Wassell), Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Curtis Banton 2, Josh Bloor 2) Ernesford Dynamos 0
Under 12 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Chapelfields Colts won an exciting tie with Longford Community. Jacob Blackwell first put the Colts ahead and then levelled the score at 2-2 when they fell behind. Luke Cheyne saved a second half penalty before Sean O’Donnell scored twice to set up a 4-2 win for the Colts.
AT7 Youth 6 (Adam Civzellis, Thomas Henry 2, James Bergin, Sean Coyle, Reo McKay) Pinley NDC 0, Binley Woods 1 (Michael Spencer) Stretton Athletic 7 (Sean Kelly 4, Ryan Johnson, Liam Ward, Luke Busby), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Dale Sawyer 2) Christ the King 3, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 9 (Mark Breslin 4, Kelvin Wilson, Conor Edkins 2, Mikey Crosdale 2) Potters Green 0, Dunlop Juniors 1 (Ryan Williams) Finham Park Colts 3 (Dale Brogan, Dan Staunton, Rory Bailey), Ernesford Dynamos 3 (Karl Forsythe 2, Louis Lee) All Nations FC 5 (Meeshach Belgrave 2, Ravinder Sandhu, Ahmed Seif, own goal), Hawkes Mill Juniors 0 Rugby Town 9 (B. Oliver, E. Bale, R. Miller, A. Baker 3, L. Clements 2, own goal), Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (Josh Keal) Wyken FC 11 (Louie Lawler, Lee Clarke, John Hayton 3, Chris Fletcher 3, L. Greenway 2, own goal), London Road Lions 3 (Alan Freeman, Ryan Calchar, Jake Spencer) Whitley Juniors 3 (Lewis Fisher 2, Ryan Marshall) (aet Whitley won 4-1 penalties), Longford Community FC 2 Chapelfields Colts 4 (Jacob Blackwell 2, Sean O’Donnell 2), Morris Rangers 3 (Ameet Heir, Balwant Bhandal, Charlie Hole) Rugby Town (2002) 4 (James Sweeney, Ian Lockie 2, Alex Platt), Mount Nod Highway 12 (Tom Ibbertson, Harry Ibbertson, Paul Teed, Robert Prinzel, Nathan Osborne, Matthew Tidmarsh, L. Harvey 4, Grant Thornton, S. Kabada) Allesley Aces 0, Pro Santos 1 (Shaun O’Brien) Coundon Cockerels 4 (David Noonan, Try Lally, Mike Connolly 2), PSA Peugeot Citroen 9 (David Buckley, Alex Dady, Travis Lea-Beeston, Christy Lowndes, Matthew Watson 2, Sean Nollett 3) Leamington Hibernian 2
Under 12C: Christ the King Rovers 2 Ryona FC 1
Under 13A: A sticky pitch allowed little goalmouth action in the first half for St. Nicolas’ and Christ the King. Led by an impressive Lee Chapman, the Kings went 2-0 in front in the second period thanks to Shaun Gaffney and George Mumford but with Simon Rawbone netting for St. Nicolas’, a close finish to the game was ensured.
Ash Green United 1 (Dale Bagley) Finham Park Rangers 6 (Tom Rose 2, Jack Blundy 2, Harley Francis 2), Bedworth Eagles 4 (Matthew Jones, Lineker Lashley, Sam Bircher 2) Dunlop Juniors 4 (Sean Kavanagh 3, Darryl Munro), Bedworth United 1 (Sam Reader) Wyken FC 6 (C. Taylor 2, Ashley Holmes, Ben Kearney, Daniel Smith, Martin Johnson), Chapelfields Colts 1 (Michael Anstee) Whitley Juniors 5 (Dave Freeman 2, Danny Loney, Ainsley Carpenter, Lee Morgan), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Coundon Cockerels 2 (Kieran Sheridan, Liam Davies), London Road Lions 2 (James Collins, Adam Moran) PSA Peugeot Citroen 0, Massey Ferguson Colts 1 (Danny Nealon) Central Ajax 2 (Mark Passey 2), Rugby Town 9 (Ryan Yemm 2, Alex Platt 2, Jamie Slade, Thomas Elliott, Tom Swift, Atal Hinds, Peter Brough) Binley Woods 1 (David Payne), St. Nicolas’ Boys 1 (Simon Rawbone) Christ the King 2 (Shaun Gaffney, George Mumford)
Under 13B: Ernesford Dynamos and Rugby Town (2002) put together an entertaining display that was level pegging 2-2 at half time. In the second half, the Dynamos slipped out of contention as Rugby scored three more goals to win 5-2, Max Beard notching a hat trick. After Darren Batchelor opened the scoring for Christ the King Rovers, the goals flowed for the Kings despite the best efforts of a hard-pressed Coventry Jaguar who battled to the end. Ollie Marresse and Daniel Crofts both netted hat tricks in the Kings 12-0 win.
Allesley Aces 0 Radford Rangers 5 (Raspal Bansal, Matty Walker, Kadeem King 3), Allesley Eagles 1 (Danny Jones) Mount Nod Highway 8 (Layeton Syme 4, Chris Lucas, Tom Hawker, Niall McDonald, Joe Johnson), Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Christ the King Rovers 12 (Daniel Crofts 3, Ollie Marresse 3, Darren Batchelor, Tom Dyde, Ben Howard, Daniel Wall, Luke Brown, Jamie Simmons), Coundon Colts 2 (Daniel Blackwell, Martin Carling) Whitley Colts 6 (Danny Maher, Lee Jonas, Wade Gilder 2, Chris Cronan 2), Earlsdon FC 7 (Sam Dorrans, James Hnatushka, Matthew Gardner, Adam Lewis, Scott Hennell, Jack Edgar 2) Coventry Aquatics 0, Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Mark Carter, Daryl Kelsey) Rugby Town (2002) 5 (Max Beard 3, Curtis Armstrong, Tobie Watts)
Under 14 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Finham Park Rangers won a pulsating cup-tie against Coundon Court. Starting much the better, Finham raced into a 4-0 interval lead but were pegged back as Coundon Court struck back in the second half. Two goals apiece for Rich Nelmes and Ryan Webb levelled the scores and took the tie into extra time, although Kyle Jillings in the Coundon goal was kept busy. Finham went 6-4 in front during extra time and although Martyn Stickley made it 6-5, Coundon went down fighting. An end-to-end cup-tie needed extra time to decide that Firefighters moved forward at the expense of Rugby Town (2002). After Ricky Handley put Firefighters ahead, a last minute penalty kick by Ryan Cashmore levelled the score before Handley notched his second goal to give Firefighters a 2-1 win.
Binley Woods 5 (Daniel Gair 3, Chris Cane, Simon Hodgson) Brinklow Juniors 4 (James Mercer, Rory Higgins, Tom Pye Ford 2), Coundon Cockerels 0 Bedworth Eagles 5, Finham Park Colts 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 7 (Peter Williams 2, Jack Pearson, Daniel Pittaway 4), Finham Park Rangers 6 (Alex Twamley 2, Joe Kelleher, Jamie Gould, Tom Smith, Matthew Holme) Coundon Court 5 (Rich Nelmes 2, Ryan Webb 2, Martyn Stickley) aet, Firefighters 2 (Ricky Handley 2) Rugby Town (2002) 1 (Ryan Cashmere) aet, Mount Nod Highway 1 (own goal) AT7 Youth 2 (James Bartholomew, Aaron Bicker), PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Chris Corkery, Tom Ison) Panjab Radio Sporting 0, Whitley Juniors 0 Wallace JFC 2 (L. Kelly, C. Nugent)
Under 14A: After a scoreless first half, Norton Lindsey went in front, pouncing on a rebound after Martin Cooper in the College goal had made a superb stop. Straight from the re-start, Nick Holt in the village goal parried a shot from Blain Shepherd but Michael Smith was on hand to tuck the loose ball away for the equaliser. After that Norton Lindsey took command and scored three more times to claim a 4-1 victory.
North Warwickshire College 1 (Michael Smith) Norton Lindsey 4 (Tom Hicks, Adam Streeter, Josh Hensher, James Williams)
unfortunate injury to the Rugby Town goalkeeper swung the game in favour of
Ernesford Dynamos. With the game level at 3-3, the Dynamos went on to win 5-3,
Steven Sadler scoring twice.
Chapelfields Colts 4 Spencer Sports 5 (Leon Binns 2, Carl Beesley 2, Martin Brown), Christ the King 7 (Adam Barwell 3, David Poole 2,Ben Handy, Robert Wheatley) Phoenix FC 3 (Matty Roberts, Sean Teeling, Danny Booth), Ernesford Dynamos 5 (Steven Sadler 2, Will Waddell, Sam Cross, Chris Russell) Rugby Town 3, Rugby Town (2003) 3 (Lewis O’Brien 2) Coventry Jaguar Youth 11 (Sean Hudson, Stickley, Leigh Upton 2, David Callanan 4, Jordan Brierley 2, Jayce Evans)
Alleyne gave Christ the King the lead against Ernesford but the fast improving
Dynamos grabbed a point with a low drive from Earl Allen.
Christ the King 1 (Ellis Alleyne) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Earl Allen), Marconi (Coventry) 1(Daniel Watkin) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Luke Blinco), Morris Rangers 1 (Carl Jones) Coundon Cockerels 3 (Luke Thomas 2, Leon Yates), Mount Nod Highway 2 (Todd Howarth 2) Binley Woods 0, Nuneaton Griff 11 (Ryan Birch 2, Tom Browett 2, Matthew Travis 2, Jamie Cullen 2, Ben Duggin, Perry Edwards, own goal) Coventry Colliery Colts 0, Rugby Town 9 (John Hall, Sean O’Hare 3, Davis Kolodynski 2, Joe Young, Joe Grzegowski, Alistair Key) Dunlop Juniors 0, Whitley Juniors 9 (Ross Knight 5, Sean Sproul 2, Jonny Walder, Lee Wigley) Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Ricky McClosky 3)
Under 15B: Allesley Aces 2 (Michael Flavell, Jason Savage) Finham Park Rangers 4 (Paul Taggett, Bradley Roberts, Andrew Blundell 2), Coventry Boys Club 5 (Sheku Kargbo 2, Darrius Bristow, Mark Feechan, Curtis Williams) Pinley NDC 2 (Shane Hand, Kevin Francis), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Stuart Wheatcroft, Kieran Fagan) Bermuda Colts 1 (Adam Garvin), Hawkes Mill Colts 1 (Kieran Murphy) Brinklow Juniors 7 (D. Carter 3, D. McDonald 2, Joe Shore, A. Baker)
Under 16 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Chapelfields Colts 4 (Scott Carter 2, Joe Rowe-Martin, Ahmed Benisaud) Bedworth Eagles 1 (Scott McKie), Coundon Cockerels 1 (Sunny Jaspal) Mount Nod Highway 2 (Tom Newton 2), Dunlop Juniors 1 (Phillip Judge) North Warwickshire College 4, Kenilworth Town 0 Bedworth United 8 (Lewis Day 2, Mark Cotton, Craig Smith, Daniel Harris, Carl Doubleday, Perry Manning 2), Morris Rangers 7 (Anthony Bowell, Mark Wright 2, Louis Ball 2, Colm McCrea) Jaguar Colts 3 (Ashley Jackson, Kane Carver Smith, Mark Lees), Nuneaton Griff 9 (Iain Green 5, Kyle Mullen, Ryan Carlton, Dale Cole, Ricky Somal) Christ the King 0, Wembrook 2 (Richard Taylor, David Bateman) Corner Post Colts 1 (Lyle McGrath)
16A: Hartshill Sports 0 Chetwynd 7 (Andy Travis 3,
Scott Rawbone 2, Vernon Johnson, Kyle Grantham)
Under 16B: Coventry Red Devils 3 (Waqaz Aziz 2, Ricky Singh) PSA Peugeot Citroen 13 (Paddy Nicholls 4, Daniel Davis, Matt Badman, David Shields 2, Andy Newman 3, Luke McKay, Ryan Ledger), Pinley NDC 2 (Matthew Cadden, Luke Bates) Baginton Guild 1 (Andy Field), White Hart Sports 4 (Jack Teggin 2, Anthony Twamley, Mick Auty) Ernesford Dynamos 3
Under 18 Blue: GNP Sports 8 (Pavinder Somal 3, Jaskaran Dosanjh 3, Inderpal Sangha, Anil Jassi) Bedworth Athletic 3 (Karl Wykes, Lewis Halfacree 2)