Sunday 30th November

Under 9 Knock Out Cup Round 2: Tommy Emberson put Chapelfields Colts in front against Binley woods after Tom Curzon had provided a pinpoint cross. Binley struck back in the second half through Joe Northorpe before the Colts goalie, William James earned his man of the match award with three excellent saves. Curtis Cutts then ensured Chapelfields place in the next round scoring twice for a 3-1 win.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Tommy Emberson, Curtis Cutts 2) Binley Woods 0, Christ the King Red 3 (Joshua Potter 2, own goal) Whitley Juniors Red 0, Dunlop Dynamos 0 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Niall Barker 2, James Hemms 2, Daniel Whitehouse), Finham Park Rangers 3 (David Clements, Aaron Cassidy, Matthew Hollingdrake) AT7 Youth Blue 1, Mount Nod Highway 3 (Ellis Walton, Ivor Lawton, James Lovatt) Coventry Jaguar Youth Red 1 (James McArthur), Wyken FC 3 (Jack Gault 2, Charlie Stanness) Dunlop Juniors Blue 4 (Lewis Chester 4)

Under 9 Red: Dunlop Juniors 1 (Kieran Conway) AT7 Youth 1 (Rick Fletcher)

Under 9 Blue: Coventry Jaguar attacked from the start with Aaron Tooth tucking away an early penalty award and then they stood firm as Christ the King fought back. With ten minutes left, Andrew Hart added a second goal before the Kings scored in the final minute as Jaguar claimed their first win of the season.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Aaron Tooth, Andrew Hart) Christ the King 1, Dunlop Jets 0 Whitley Juniors 2 (Lee Gough, Luke Roper)


Under 10 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Coventry Jaguar Youth (Green) 0 Christ the King (Red) 9 (James Ritson 5, Taylor McGregor 2, Lewis Martin 2)

Under 10 Red: AT7 Youth 3 (Wyatt Jones 3) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Liam Cairns, Sean Quirke), Coundon Cockerels 0 Kenilworth Wardens 10, Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Finham Park Rangers 2 (Matthew Corrigan 2), Keresley Colts 5 (Jevon Ellis 3, Adam Hedge, Brendan McNally) Whitley Juniors 3 (Chris Livermore 3)

Under 10 Blue: Adam Nally scored the only goal of the first half as both Balsall & Berkswell and Dunlop Juniors carved out chances. In the second half, Dunlop moved forward and a hat trick by Thomas Parker led to a 4-0 win. AT7 Youth took early charge against Christ the King with Alex Foster giving them an early lead. The Kings got back into the game just before half time when Jacob Wells equalised and then enjoyed the best of the second half as AT7 ‘keeper, Kyle Bhara earned his man of the match award in the 1-1 draw. Joshua Pilgrim put Mount Nod in front after a five man movement in the match against Athletic. Charlie Cook added a second before turning provider to set up Daniel Kane and Lewis Power for further goals in the 4-0 win. Superb defence by Coundon Cockerels held Caludon Youth 1-1 at half time before Caludon got on a roll to score five more to win 6-2. Ben O’Hara and Shaun Russell each scoring twice with Thomas Jackson and Corey Shields replying for the Cockerels.

Athletic United 0 Mount Nod Highway 4 (Joshua Pilgrim, Charlie Cook, Daniel Kane, Lewis Power), AT7 Youth 1 (Alex Foster) Christ the King 1 (Jacob Wells), Balsall & Berkswell 0 Dunlop Juniors 4 (Adam Nally, Thomas Parker 3), Binley Woods 5 (Nicholas Wilding 3, Luis Foguet, Rebecca Todd) London Road Lions 1, Brinklow Juniors 1 (Jason Taylor) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Timothy Boyce), Caludon Youth 6 (Ben O’Hara 2, Thomas O’Brien, Shaun Russell 2, Ryan Leybourne) Coundon Cockerels 2 (Thomas Jackson, Corey Shields)

Under 10 Green: Dunlop Juniors came out top in a competitive game with Chapelfields Colts. Defences dominated the first half before Kayne Mann (2) and Sean Brennan set Dunlop on the way to a 3-0 lead and then Eoin Power and Callum Dutton helped repel the Chapelfields attacks for the score to stay as it was.

Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kayne Mann 2, Sean Brennan) Chapelfields Colts 0, Exhall Tigers 1 (Rowan Court) Brinklow Juniors 4 (Glen Wright 2, Ben Stone 2), Leamington Hibernians 0 Finham Park Rangers 3 (Cameron Rennie, Christian Lynch, Jamie Cozens), Pinley NDC 2 (Leighton Donovan, Jordan Greatrex) Keresley Colts 1 (Oliver Campbell), The Boat FC Juniors 4 (Denis Murphy, Mason Price, Stephen Minard, Kevin Nugy) Finham Park Colts 1 (Ben Bartlett), Wyken Colts 5 Athletic United 0, Wyken FC 3 (Reece Garland, Daniel Monger 2) Pro Santos 2


Under 11 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Tom Annett and Matt Budd put Finham Park in front at the break against PSA Peugeot Citroen. PSA struck back to level the score but Rawlings put Finham back in front following a cross from Budd. Right on full time, Peugeot grabbed an equaliser to take the tie into extra time where Rawlings, Ethan Hall and Sam Garbett wrapped up a 6-3 win for Finham, Tom Purnell, Leigh Bell and Josh Ward on target for Peugeot. Wyken got off to a great start in their tie with Pinley, goals from Andrew Taylor, Dave Butler and Luca Costa giving them a 3-0 lead. This led to a spirited second half display by Pinley as led by their skipper and hat trick hero, Lewis O’Connor, they dragged the game into extra time before finally slipping out of the competition in the cruellest manner after a penalty shoot out. It was a game of two halves between Christ the King and Rugby Town. The Kings took the first half with goals From Jaymie Trickett (2) and Liam Browne but were then forced to defend in the second half as Rugby took charge. Rich Eaves and Sam Murphy stood firm despite Nic Whittam scoring twice for the Town before the Kings moved on 3-2.

Brinklow Juniors 1(Taylor Cross) London Road Lions 5 (Ryan Haraburda 5), Christ the King 3 (Jaymie Trickett 2, Liam Browne) Rugby Town 2 (Nic Whittam 2), Coundon Cockerels 13 London Road Colts 0, Finham Lions 2 Coventry Sphinx Juniors 10, Finham Park Rangers 6 (Sam Garbett, Tom Annett, Ethan Hall, Matthew Budd, Tom Rawlings 2) PSA Peugeot Citroen 3 (Tom Purnell, Josh Ward, Leigh Bell) aet, Pinley NDC 3 (Lewis O’Connor 3) Wyken FC 3 (Andrew Taylor, Dave Butler, Luca Costa)

Under 11A: Whitley Juniors put together a fine first half game to lead Dunlop 4-0 before a second half comeback enabled the home side to pull three goals back through Jake Holt, Jack Steel and Stephen O’Sullivan before Whitley rounded off with the final goal to win 5-3, Harry Freeman scoring twice.

AT7 Youth 1 Chapelfields Colts Red 10, Dunlop Juniors 3 (Jake Holt, Stephen O’Sullivan, Jack Steel) Whitley Juniors 5 (Harry Freeman 2, Callum Fleming, Nathan Ley, Ryan Blackwell)

Under 11B: Dunlop Dynamos dominated from the start against Mount Nod Highway going two goals in front after only four minutes and leading at half time 5-0. The Highway continued to give their all but could not stop the Dynamos adding to their lead as Amit Gill, Russ Varnam and Sam Lloyd all scored twice and Sam Griffiths, Jonathan Gayton, Adam Jones and Terry Hewins netted once in the 10-0 win.

Chapelfields Colts 8 Coventry Aquatics 0, Ernesford Dynamos 0 Christ the King Rovers 1 (Josh Harris), Mount Nod Highway 0 Dunlop Dynamos 10 (Amit Gill 2, Adam Jones, Russ Varnam 2, Terry Hewins, Sam Griffiths, Jonathan Gayton, Sam Lloyd 2), Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Josh Bloor, George Cashmore, Jacob Smith, Sam Addison) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Adam Robertson, Matty Green), Wyken Wanderers v Leamington Hibernians


Under 12 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Finham Park Rangers 5 (Robert Ogleby, Aidan Fox 3, Daniel Lawrence) Kenilworth Town 3 (Andy Legg, Tom Glassok 2)

Under 12A: A lat minute winner by Whitley denied Chapelfields Colts a deserved share of the points in a tight game. With Michael Barnes and Joe Luckett excelling, Jake Burgess put Chapelfields in front only for Whitley to get their noses ahead before Jacob Blackwell levelled the scores in the second half but Whitley grabbed a 3-2 success. Coventry Jaguar Youth and Wyken FC shared six goals in the first half of a fully committed game, before the Jaguar raised their game during the second period to come out top 7-4 as Dale sawyer netted three times and Alistair Gibson twice, John Hayton also grabbing a brace for Wyken.

AT7 Youth 3 (Max McConnell 2, Damien Pratt) Mount Nod Highway 2 (L. Harvey, A. Drakes), Chapelfields Colts 2 (Jake Burgess, Jacob Blackwell) Whitley Juniors 3 (Jamie Bedding, Lewis Fisher, Ryan Marshall), Coventry Jaguar Youth 7 (Nathan Fairchild, Kofi Poyser, Dale Sawyer 3, Alistair Gibson 2) Wyken FC 4 (Ryan Monks, John Hayton 2, Liam Clarke), London Road Lions 2 (Kyell Jagodic, Ryan Calchar) Stretton Athletic 6 (Shaun Gosling 3, Ben Franklin, Sean Kelly 2), Rugby Town 2 (A. Baker, A. Shilton) Christ the King 2

Under 12B: Allesley Aces 5 (Daniel Stafford, Connor Scott, Lee Bolton, John Clusker 2) Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Callum Hayward, Carl Hackleton, Karl Forsythe 2), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Connor Edkins, Mikey Crosdale) Coundon Cockerels 4 (Liam Windridge, Martin Gormley 2, Mike Connelly), Leamington Hibernians 1 (William Desay) Rugby Town (2002) 1 (Thomas Coy)

Under 12C: Hawkes Mill Juniors 0 Longford Community FC 4 (Sean Carey, Luke Rowe, Arron Francis 2), Kenilworth Town Juniors 1 (Ciaran Davis) Ryona FC 4 (Ashley Dixon, John Rankin, Dale Jennings 2), Potters Green 3 (Daniel Fossick, Miles McBean 2) Morris Rangers 4 (Sam Carvill 2, Charlie Hole 2), Pro Santos 4 (Greg Binns 3, Luke Coen) Binley Woods 2 (Paul Green, Michael Spencer), Wyken Aces 1 (own goal) Christ the King Rovers 6 (Max West 3, Charlie Bond, David Howland 2)


Under 13 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Ten man Allesley Eagles battled hard against Coventry Aquatics and despite conceding two goals in each half, still managed to create openings of their own. However the Aquatics defence stood firm restricting the Eagles to shots from the edge of the penalty area before moving swiftly themselves to put Allesley under pressure where Balraj Mann held the Eagles defence together, Danny Harris, Scott Moreton, Sebastian Guraya and Carl Neale obliging the Aquatics with the goals. Massey Ferguson Colts and PSA Peugeot Citroen put together footballing feast in a hugely exciting and entertaining cup tie. Little separated the teams with the exception of finishing off of the chances created where Massey’s outshone Peugeot. Paul Green (2) and Kurtis Bradley scored quite exquisite goals for Massey’s with back up from Jamie Elliott and Nathan Harvey whilst Billy O’Grady grabbed a late consolation for Peugeot with a sublime volley into the roof of the net as PSA finished off the second half in the same way they had ended the first, putting Massey Ferguson on to the defensive. Lower division Whitley Colts battled all the way against their hosts, Christ the King before succumbing 3-0 as the Kings netted through Shaun Gaffney (2) and Jamie Crawley.

Allesley Eagles 0 Coventry Aquatics 4 (Danny Harris, Scott Moreton, Sebastian Guraya, Carl Neale), Ash Green United 0 Finham Park Rangers 2 (Tom Stanley, Jim Bramwell), Bedworth United 2 (Ian Ashby, Matt Wong) Chapelfields Colts 4 (Michael Anstee 2, Leigh Woodfield, Cory Keeling), Binley Woods 1 (Callum Ogilvie) London Road Lions 10 (Craig Goodbody, Christopher Wilson-King, James Collins 2, Ashley Smith 2, Darren Jackson 4), Central Ajax 7 (Mark Passey 3, Henry Leaver 2, Lee Sallis 2) Earlsdon FC 2 (Scott Hennell 2), Christ the King 3 (Shaun Gaffney 2, Jamie Crawley) Whitley Colts 0, Christ the King Rovers 0 Coundon Cockerels 7 (Liam Davies 2, Ricky Gopal, Kiefer Lynch, Kieran Sheridan 2, Cory Williams), Coundon Colts 1 (Daniel Blackwell) Wyken FC 6 (Daniel Kennell, Daniel Smith, Ashley Holmes 2, Callum Taylor 2), Dunlop Juniors 5 (Jamie Brassington, Darren Haley, Gavin Milligan, Stephen Clarke, Sean Kavanagh) AT7 Youth 4 (Steve O’Donnell 2, Andrew Shield, Bob Thomas), Massey Ferguson Colts 5 (Paul Green 2, Jamie Elliott, Nathan Harvey, Kurtis Bradley) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Billy O’Grady), Mount Nod Highway 2 (Layeton Syme, Sean Acton) Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Robbie Flude, Danny Reeve, Tobie Watts 2), St. Nicolas’ Boys 3 (Simon Olerenshaw, Jamie Thorpe 2) Radford Rangers 0, The Boat FC Juniors 0 Rugby Town 15 (Stephen O’Connor 2, Akeem Robinson, Sean Castleton 2, Peter Brough 2, Liam Bailey, Alex Platt 4, Tom Swift, Kyle Murray, Matthew Izzard) Whitley Juniors 14 (Mark Brogan 2, Ainsley Carpenter 3, Lee Morgan 3, Danny Loney, Kane Jones, Mark Withers 2, Jake Ward 2) Rugby Town (2003) 1 (Greg Griffiths)


Under 14A: Firefighters continued their push for the top after proving too strong for a battling North Warwickshire College team as Ricky Handley (3) and Steve Roberts (2) led their side to a 7-0 win. An end to end game superbly controlled by referee Chris Ward, saw Bedworth Eagles peg back PSA Peugeot Citroen three times before going down 4-3. It was only the Peugeot goalkeeper who denied the Eagles at the death by pulling off two memorable stops to keep the points with his team. Tom Ison (3) and Chris Corkery netting for PSA, Peter Finney (2) and Darren Bartley doing likewise for Bedworth eagles.

AT7 Youth 5 (Jamie Ring 3, James Levantini, Jamie Moore) Binley Woods 0, Bedworth Eagles 3 (Peter Finney 2, Darren Bartley) PSA Peugeot Citroen 4 (Tom Ison 3, Chris Corkery), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 6 (Peter Williams 3, Jack Pearson 2, Daniel Pittaway) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Ross Irwin), Firefighters 7 (Ricky Handley 3, Steve Roberts 2, Michael Bawdon, Aaron Goodall) North Warwickshire College 0, Rugby Town (2002) 7 (Alex Donaldson 3, Ryan Cashmore 3, Joe Stratford) Coundon Cockerels 1, Wallace JFC Ashley Vallance, Lee Pemberton 2) Finham Park Rangers 2 (Joe Kelleher), Whitley Juniors 2 (Dean Kimberlin, Craig Cunniff) Norton Lindsey 0

Under 14B: Panjab Radio Sporting were sent reeling by Coundon Court in the first half of a thrilling game. Daz Mohan, Ryan Webb and Martyn Stickley put Coundon 3-0 in front as the division leaders struggled to cope, It was a different story after the break as Nathan Crick (2) and David Ashby pulled Panjab level only for Matt Arnold to put Coundon Court 4-3 ahead, from a free kick with four minutes to play but the leaders claimed a point with a 4-4 draw when Crick completed a hat trick seconds from the final whistle. Sam Cross rocketed in a shot just before half time to give Ernesford Dynamos the lead against an equally committed Phoenix FC. With both sides enjoying the same amount of play, Phoenix deservedly got the equaliser before the Dynamos superior fire power proved the difference as goals from Will Waddell (2) and Stephen Sadler wrapped up a 4-1 win.

Brinklow Juniors 9 (Daniel Gyselynck 3, Rory Higgins 3, Tom Brookes, James Mercer, Tom Pye Ford) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2, Chapelfields Colts 16 (Jamie Beard 3, Blake Kassar 4, Sam Luckett, Danny Parker, Lawrence Vinnecombe, Stuart Atkin, Ben Sykes, George Higginson, Harmit Nashad, John Taylor own goal) Rugby Town (2003) 0, Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Sam Cross, Will Waddell 2, Steven Sadler), Phoenix FC, Panjab Radio Sporting 4 (Nathan Crick 3, David Ashby) Coundon Court 4 (Daz Mohan, Ryan Webb, Martyn Stickley, Matt Arnold), Rugby Town 2 Finham Park Colts 4, Spencer Sports 4 (Martin Brown 2, Carl Beasley, Leon Binns) Christ the King 8 (David Poole 4, Adam Barwell 3, Aaron Hawkins)


Under 15 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Richard McArdle with his second successive cup treble, helped Ernesford Dynamos to a 5-2 win at Hawkes Mill Colts. The Dynamos missed several chances but Tom McLean grabbed a brace to ease their concerns as Hawkes Mill pulled back two goals from outside of the penalty area, Sean Brogan and Kyle McKie on target.

Binley Woods 1 (John Goodbody) Christ the King 2 (Craig Hatton, Luke Doughty), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Warwick Donnelly, Ian Bradford) Coundon Cockerels 4 (Luke Thomas 2, Joe Holcroft, Kevin McMurray), Hawkes Mill Colts 2 (Sean Brogan, Kyle McKie) Ernesford Dynamos 5 (Richard McArdle 3, Tom McLean 2), Hawkes Mill Juniors 5 (Andrew Byron-Stubbs, Adam Mott 2, Ricky McCloskey, Luke Krisuleveicrus) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Gary Evans), Nuneaton Griff 6 (Ryan Birch 2, Tom Browett 2, Ryan Gudger, Matthew Travis) Marconi (Coventry) 1 (T. Clancey), Pinley NDC 0 Coventry Colliery Colts 7 (Steve Foster 2, Jayke Green, Sam Truslove, Robert Temperley, Matthew Horton)

Under 15B: Allesley Aces 4 (Daniel Pidgeon, Daniel Lucas, Michael Flavell 2) Brinklow Juniors 9 (Daniel Carter 3, Daniel McDonald, Jack draper, Alex Baker 2, James Parker, Adam Gallagher), Bermuda Colts 2 (Daniel Edmond 2) Leamington Hibernians 0, Chapelfields Colts 4 (Chris Clarke 3, Elliott Griffiths) Finham Park Rangers 2, Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (P. Nash, K. Fagan, K. Walker) Coventry Boys Club 1 (Michael Evans)


Under 16 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Coventry Sphinx Juniors 7 Baginton Guild 0

Under 16A: Chetwynd 1 Dunlop Juniors 2, Morris Rangers 3 Bedworth United 5, North Warwickshire College 2 Nuneaton Griff 0

Under 16B: Bedworth Eagles 2 Chapelfields Colts 1, Corner Post Colts 1 White Hart Sports 8, Ernesford Dynamos 2 Jaguar Colts 8, Pinley NDC 1 Coventry Red Devils 2


Under 18 Knock-Out Cup Round 2: Hillmorton overcame a weakened Cannon Park Colts 3-2. After a level first half, Chiraq Govind and Michael Thomas netting for their respective teams, Hillmorton went 3-1 in front with Govind and Andy Bacon on target before Geddes Murray notched a second for Cannon Park.

Christ the King 2 (Kyle McDonald, John Davies) GNP Sports 2 (Pavinder Somal, Jas Dosanjh) aet GNP 10-9 penalties, Coundon Cockerels 3 (Martin Casey, Dan Evans, Damien Brown) Central Ajax 6 (Richard Taylor 3, Dan Freeman, Tom Franklin, Rory Noonan) aet, Hawkes Mill Juniors 4 (Matt Avens 3, David Callaghan) Bulkington Sports 0, Hillmorton 3 (Chiraq Govind 2, Andy Bacon) Cannon Park Colts 2 (Michael Thomas, Geddes Murray), Whitley Juniors 4 (Martin Clarke, Richard Ward, Martin Shaw, Karl Fikret) Kenilworth Wardens 4 (Andy Taylor, Stefano Esposito, Lawrence Newbold, Alex Hiorns) aet Kenilworth 3-2 penalties.

Under 18 Blue: AT7 Youth 10 (Dave Kelly 2, Kyle Lockington 3, Bobby Sheridan 2, Carl Dawson 3) Allesley Athletic 5 (Luke Brierley 2, Matt Fisher 3), Bedworth Athletic 2 (John Petch, Lewis Halfacree) Panjab Radio Sporting 2 (Gurjeet Liddar, Michael Boylan)