Results Sunday 15th February 2004


Under 9 Knock Out Cup: Two first half goals by Jim Hemms decided this cup tie in favour of the Sphinx, the second coming from an unstoppable drive after a good passing movement. The Aquatics rallied in the second half but could not find a way through their opponents defence. 

Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Jim Hemms 2) Coventry Aquatics 0

Under 9 Red: Hawkes Mill Juniors 0 Christ the King 5 (Mason Kerr, Sean Molloy, Dane Kenny), Wyken FC 3 (Jack Gault, Charlie Stanness 2) Whitley Juniors 6 (Macauley Richards 4, Conor Bullock, Marcus Harness)

Under 9 Blue: Dominic Walsh (2), Lewis Chester and Sam Browne all capped fine displays with well taken goals in a 4-2 success against Christ the King. The Kings goalkeeper was kept busy throughout, making several outstanding saves to keep his side in theframe until the final whistle, Christian Jordan scoring twice for the Kings.

Binley Woods 4 (Curtis May Russell, Joe Northorpe 2, A. Whitehead) Ernesford Dynamos 1, Brinklow Juniors 2 (Lewis Pepper 2) Whitley Juniors 2 (Jordan Hiscox, Lee Gough), Christ the King 2 (Christian Jordan 2) Dunlop Juniors 4 (Dominic Walsh 2, Lewis Chester, Sam Browne), Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Andrew Hart) Chapelfields Colts 6 (Curtis Cutts 3, Jack Sweeney, Lewis Normoyle, Tommy Emberson), Dunlop Jets 0 Dunlop Dynamos 1 (Liam Connolly), London Road Lions 1 (Aaron Beard) AT7 Youth 5 (Jason Heer, Ryan Mandara 3, Ciaran Gill)


Under 10 Red: A goal just before the interval from J. Ellis and a second by A. Hand a minute into the second half, gave Keresley Colts a deserved two goal advantage over Christ the King. The Kings however never gave up and  struck back for a 2-2 draw as first Taylor McGregor netted with a sweet volley before an unfortunate own goal eight minutes from time gave the Kings a share of the points.

Christ the King 2 (Taylor McGregor, own goal) Keresley Colts 2 (J. Ellis, A. Hand), Coundon Cockerels 0 AT7 Youth 1 (Jordan Wills), Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Liam Davies, Jack Dobson) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Robert Tressler), London Road Lions 1 (Jordan Deehan) Kenilworth Wardens 3 (Adam Newbold, Nick Price 2)

Under 10 Blue: Christ the King are enjoying a rich vein of form as a plucky London Road were beaten 12-1. Daniel Gummery and Jake Wells both notched hat tricks whilst second half substitute, Charlie Owen scored five times before Jack Reilly added the twelfth. The Lions gained a well-deserved consolation goal from Dominic Sibley. Kyle Bhara in the AT7 goal was kept busy against Brinklow Juniors along with his defence where Matthew Dolan won the man of the match award. A first half brace by Stuart Day was enough to gain Brinklow the points, a result that was a fair reflection on the game. Coventry Jaguar picked up their largest win of the season after opponents Coundon Cockerels had taken the lead. Amman Sarkaria quickly levelled with the first of his three strikes with Aaron Jones (4), Reece Simpson (2), Daniel Carlyon (2), Manny Nijjar (2) and Jack Simpson all on target as the Cockerels also added two more of their own.

AT7 Youth 0 Brinklow Juniors 2 (Stuart Day 2), Binley Woods 0 Athletic United 5 (Conor Harrington, Jack Russell, Jamie Krumins, Jordan Dixon, Ceejay Walker), Christ the King 12 (Daniel Gummery 3, Jake Wells 3, Charlie Owen 5, Jack Reilly) London Road Lions 1 (Dominic Sibley), Coventry Jaguar Youth 14 (Aaron Jones 4, Amman Sarkaria 3, Reece Simpson 2, Daniel Carlyon 2, Manny Nijjar 2, Jack Simpson) Coundon Cockerels 3, Dunlop Juniors 2 Mount Nod Highway 1, Morris Rangers 0 Balsall & Berkswell 1 (Harry Dempster)

Under 10 Green: Oliver Koczkowski and Peter Jurczak both went close for Pro Santos against Coventry Colts before Jack Scandrett opened the scoring. The Colts came back strongly as Reece Ewart and Dylan Shuttleworth tested the Santos defence where Adam Beatt and  Alex  Aywkit stood firm in front of goalie George Swaffield. A run and shot from Ryan Murray made the score 2-0 before Reece Ewart got the Colts the reward they deserved with a neat goal. A most enjoyable game between Exhall tigers and Wyken Colts was evenly balanced after Louis Bolton had given Wyken the lead only for Luke Spencer to level for Exhall. Two more strikes from Ben Collins and Bolton wrapped up a 3-1 win for Wyken Colts.

Athletic United 2 (Luke Watson 2) Pinley NDC 2 (Leighton Donovan, Brendan McKirdy), Brinklow Juniors 4 (Ben Stone 4) The Boat FC Juniors 3 (Mason Price, Josh Selby, Kevin Nugy), Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Michael McDonald, Matthew Kettel) Finham Park Rangers 1 (Christian Lynch), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Kane Mann, Liam Oglesby 2) Mount Nod Highway 0, Exhall Tigers 1 (Luke Spencer) Wyken Colts 3 (Louis Bolton 2, Ben Collins), Keresley Colts 0 Finham Park Colts 4 (Luke Norris, Andrew Poole, Matt Kingman, Jimmy Bradbury), Leamington Hibernians 5 (Kenny Portrey 2, Connor Billing 2, Harvey White)  Chapelfields Colts 6 (Connor Brown 3, Jamie Lucas 2, Jordan Cooke), Pro Santos 2 (Jack Scandrett, Ryan Murray) Coventry Colts 1 (Reece Ewart)


Under 11A: Adam King flicked on a cross by Tom Rawlings and Matt Budd nipped in to fire in an opener for Finham Park Rangers against Christ the King. It then needed two fine saves by the Finham keeper, Benedict Poole to keep his team in front as the Kings pressed forward. Second half goals from Liam Browne, Abdullah Davud and Conor Walton put Christ the King on top but Finham battled back to claim a 4-3 success with two goals from Rawlings and the winner from a hard working Sam Garbett. Dunlop could not maintain their Tamworth Trophy form against Chapelfields Colts. A powerfully headed goal by Luke Leahy from a Nathan Martin corner kick put Chapelfields ahead before their goalkeeper, Thomas Yardley was forced into action twice to deny Jake Holt as Dunlop pushed forward. In the second half, Martin, Mitchell Barwick and Harvey Perch dominated the midfield as Thomas Kirby (2), Perch and Chris O’Shea all scored further goals to earn Chapelfields a 5-0 win despite Naran Panchal in the Dunlop goal pulling off several excellent saves. Just before the end, Luke Ellis and Lewis Blacker both went close for Dunlop.

Brinklow Juniors 1 (Taylor Cross) Whitley Juniors 2 (Harry freeman 2), Dunlop Juniors 0 Chapelfields Colts (Red) 5 (Luke Leahy, Harvey Perch, Chris O’Shea, Thomas Kirby 2), Finham Park Rangers 4 (Matt Budd, Tom Rawlings 2, Sam Garbett) Christ the King 3 (Liam Browne, Abdullah Davud, Conor Walton), London Road Lions 6 (Ryan Haraburda 5, Steven Cotton) AT7 Youth 2 (Sam Pepper, Liam Richardson), PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Aaron Cooke, Tom Purnell) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0, Rugby Town 7 Coundon Cockerels 0

Under 11B: Sam Lloyd put Dunlop Dynamos in front against London Road Colts after only two minutes as the Dynamos went on to dominate the opening exchanges with further goals from Jonathon Gayton and Lloyd (2). London Road fought back valiantly with Adam King and Tom Wareing reducing the arrears before Dunlop made sure of the points when goals from Sam Griffiths and Adam Jones wrapped up a 6-2 win.

Chapelfields Colts 5 (Matthew Taylor 2, Kyle Greaves, Robbie Sloan, Louis Bradnock-Davis)  Leamington Hibernians 1, Christ the King Rovers 1 (Josh Harris) Finham Lions 3 (Ben Perry, Daniel McQuillan, Alex Merrick), Dunlop Dynamos 6 (Sam Lloyd 3, Jonathon Gayton, Adam Jones, Sam Griffiths) London Road Colts 2 (Adam King, Tom Wareing), Ernesford Dynamos  3 (Daniel King 3) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Luke Beasley 2), Pinley NDC 2 (Jake Donovan 2) Coventry Colliery Colts 1 (Jermaine Buchanan), Wyken Wanderers 9 Mount Nod Highway 2


Under 12A: Mount Nod Highway and Rugby Town enjoyed a hard fought encounter in which both teams gave their all. Richard Stead in goal for Mount Nod along with his defence, where Paul Teed and Andy Drakes were superb, were hard pressed to keep Rugby at bay but it was the Highway who opened the scoring when Tom Ibbertson, Lewis Harvey, Ricky Hill and Anthony Willis combined to set up Steven Joyce for the first goal. Matthew Tidmarsh and Robert Prinzel both went close before Tidmarsh, Ben Hudson and Harry Ibbertson set up Joyce for his second. Rugby still pressured and Alex Baker pulled a goal; back from the penalty spot but Mount Nod hung on to inflict a first defeat of the season on Rugby. Chapelfields Colts took the game to London Road from the start and but for the Lions goalkeeper, Sam Ryan could have been several goals in front. Jacob Blackwell and Daniel Grove set up first half goals  for Sean O’Donnell for the Colts with Chris Fletcher netting for London Road. George Adams added a third for Chapelfields just after half time but London Road came back strongly as first Ryan Calchar scored a fine individual goal and then Fletcher completed his hat trick to put his team 4-3 ahead. With David Evans having a fine debut for Chapelfields, London Road hung on to take the points.

AT7 Youth 3 (Thomas Henry 2, Ahmed Seif) Whitley Juniors 2 (Lewis Fisher, Ryan Marshall), Chapelfields Colts 3 (Sean O’Donnell 2, George Adams) London Road Lions 4 (Chris Fletcher 3, Ryan Calchar), Christ the King 5 (R. Knox 3, J. Keogh, J. Dunne) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (David Buckley), Mount Nod Highway 2 (Steven Joyce 2) Rugby Town 1 (Alex Baker)

Under 12B: Allesley Aces 3 (Conor Scott, John Clusker, David Jeffries) Pinley NDC 1 (Louis Evans), Finham Park Colts 3 (Rory Bailey 2, Thomas Edden) Leamington Hibernians 2 (William Desay, Ryan Allen)

Under 12C: With the score at 1-1, Sam Blakeman (Potters Green) pulled off a superb save to stop Ryona taking the lead. After an even first half, Potters Green battled to create space in the second period to set up a 4-1 win, Ryan Harney scoring twice, Conor McLean and Miles McBean grabbing one apiece with John Rankin on target for Ryona.

Morris Rangers 0 All Nations FC 6, Pro Santos 6 (Gregg Binns, Amarpal Sohota, Shaun McDonald, George Teggin, James Bryden, Kieron Danks) Kenilworth Town Juniors 3 (Dan Smith, A. Craddock, J. West), Ryona FC 1 (John Rankin) Potters Green 4 (Conor McLean, Ryan Harney 2, Miles McBean), Wyken Aces 0 Longford Community FC 12


Under 13 Knock Out Cup: For the first twenty minutes, Dunlop Juniors proved more than a match for higher placed opponents, Massey Ferguson. With Massey’s leading 2-1, the tempo was upped before the tractor boys ran out winners by 11-1 despite a superb penalty save by Dunlop’s Jamie Brassington from his opposite number in the Massey goal.

Dunlop Juniors 1 Massey Ferguson Colts 11 (Dave Allan, Kieran Corbett, Conor Ward 2, Daniel Dyer, Nathan Harvey 3, Daniel Nealon 2, Paul Green)

Under 13A: Wyken led the Sphinx 2-1 at half time in their encounter but in the second half, used the width to a great extent, wrapping up the game 6-2, Smith and Holmes both scoring twice.

Central Ajax 3 (Jack Snell, Mark Passey, Henry Leaver) Ash Green United 1 (Cameron Tune), Chapelfields Colts 3 (Michael Anstee, George Faulkner, Leigh Woodfield) Bedworth Eagles 4 (James Colledge 2, Matthew Cox, Matthew Golds), Rugby Town 4 (Liam Bailey 2, Thomas Elliott, Pete Brough) PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Michael McEnery), Whitley Juniors 8 ( Danny Loney, Kane Jones, Lee Morgan, Tatenda Bako, Jake ward 2, Ainsley Carpenter 2) Bedworth United 0, Wyken FC 6 (L. Walters, D. Smith 2, A. Holmes 2, C. Taylor) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Steven McGowan, Craig Hands)

Under 13B: AT7 enjoyed an emphatic win over Whitley Colts. Always well in control, there were braces for Jordan Little and Andrew Shield with Steve O’Donnell claiming the other goal in a 5-2 win, Lee Jonas netting both of the Whitley goals.

Allesley Aces 0 Mount Nod Highway 7 (Rob Overton 2, Tom Hawker, Chris Lucas, Layeton Syme, Niall McDonald 2), AT7 Youth 5 (Andrew Shield 2, Jordan Little 2, Steve O’Donnell) Whitley Colts 2 (Lee Jonas 2), Christ the King Rovers 8 (Ricky Bevins 2, Luke Brown, Darren Batchelor 2, Oliver Marrese, Elliot Webster, Philip Birch) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Carl Lamont), Rugby Town (2002) 6 (Halim-Halim 2, Aaron Crisp, Max Beard 2, Robbie Flude) Coundon Colts 0, Rugby Town (2003) 6 (Tom Jackson, Greg Griffiths, Sam Davies, Dominic Hunt, Dominic Woodings 2) Allesley Eagles 1 (Nathan Barton), The Boat FC Juniors 0 Earlsdon FC 14 (James Hnatushka 5, James Dorrans, Danny Barlow 3, Joe Atkins, Scott Hennell 3, Jack Edgar)


Under 14A: Rugby Town (2002) 4 (Alex Donaldson 2, Ryan Cashmore, James Smith) Firefighters 2, Whitley Juniors 6 (Dean Kimberlin 2, Matty Jardim 2, Luke O’Kane, Steven Dee) Binley Woods 22

Under 14B: Ernesford Dynamos had wrapped up the points in a competitive game with Spencer Sports by half time. The Dynamos led at that stage 3-0 after strikes from Steven Sadler, Paul Friday and Sam Cross. Reece Gordon then added a fourth midway through the second half to earn Ernesford a 4-0 win. Coundon Court bounced back to winning ways with a 4-2 defeat of Finham Park Colts. Tap ins for Sid Elms and Rich Nelmes put them in front before Danny Brown pulled a goal back for the Colts. Elms grabbed his second with a stunning  30 yard drive  before Finham struck back again with a second for Brown before Ryan Webb best three opponents to coolly stroke home the fourth Coundon goal.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Clinton Studdley, Karl Darby) Chapelfields Colts 2, Finham Park Colts 2 (Danny Brown 2) Coundon Court 4 (Sid Elms, Rich Nelmes 2, Ryan Webb), Panjab Radio Sporting 10 (Logan Jackson 8, Nathan Crick, Harpreet Singh) Rugby Town 0, Spencer Sports 0 Ernesford Dynamos 4 (Steven Sadler, Paul Friday, Sam Cross, Reece Gordon)


Under 15 Knock Out Cup: Coundon Cockerels 4 (David Nurse, Ben Malone 2, Luke Thomas) Morris Rangers 2 (Mudrik Said, Matthew McNulty)

Under 15A: Binley Woods 2 (John Goodbody, Matt Shepard) Mount Nod Highway 0, Whitley Juniors 5 (Danny Raggett, Demir Vavan, Ross Knight 2, Sean Sproul) Marconi (Coventry) 0

Under 15B: Brinklow Juniors 8 (Joe Shore, Dan McDonald, Jack Draper, Dan Carter 3, David Bush 2) Leamington Hibernians 0


Under 16A: Both Bedworth United and Coventry Sphinx Juniors enjoyed comfortable wins over lower placed teams although Ryan Ellis in goal for Christ the King produced an outstanding performance between the sticks to defy the Sphinx and keep the final score to single figures.

Bedworth United 5 (Daniel Harris 2, Lewis Day, Craig Smith, Kyle Grantham) Hartshill Sports 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 5 (Andrew Buswell 3, Steven Minshull, James Bailey) Christ the King 1 (Ben Morgan)

Under 16B: Wembrook and Corner Post Colts both showed 100% effort, thus creating a very entertaining game. The Post went in front when Phillip Whitehead headed in a corner kick but within five minutes, the score was level again when Anton Pearson did likewise from a Scott Dewis corner. Neat passing let in Corner Post for Lewis Deshi to score twice, giving his side a 3-1 advantage but a sublime and subtle chip by Henry Horsfall pulled a goal back for Wembrook. Early into the second half, Richard Taylor equalised when he netted a third for Wembrook but back came Corner Post and Tom Lines put them back in front. Wembrook however, struck back again when Taylor supplied the through ball for Matthew White to score and Wembrook could have won the game in the dying minutes, when after forcing two corners, brave goalkeeping denied them further goals. Second played third and it was third placed Bedworth Eagles who came out on top, defeating Jaguar Colts 3-1, Scott McNie scoring twice. White Hart found Chapelfields in a generous mood as Jack Teggin notched the first of his six goals after only three minutes. Despite a 5-0 deficit at half time, Chapelfields tried hard to get back into the match as Danny McGee forced Paul Davies into a superb save but three more goals made it 8-0 to White Hart, Warren Glazzard and James Wardle adding to Teggin’s  double hat trick. Pinley took immediate control against Kenilworth Town with Ian bailey having a string of chances before twice putting his team in front only for Joe Chaplin to level each time for Kenilworth. In the second half, Pinley scored nine times without reply as Bailey completed a hat trick, Andrew Griffin scored four times, James ward twice, Matt Cadden and Mark Buckley one each.

Bedworth Eagles 3 (Scott McNie 2, Nathan Jones) Jaguar Colts 1 (Ashley Jackson), Chapelfields Colts 0 White Hart Sports 8 (Jack Teggin 6, James Wardle, Warren Glazzard), Pinley NDC 11 (Andrew Griffin 4, Ian Bailey 3, James Ward 2, Matt Cadden, Mark Buckley) Kenilworth Town 2 (Joe Chaplin 2), Wembrook 4 (Anton Pearson, Henry Horsfall, Richard Taylor, Matthew White) Corner Post Colts 4 (Phillip Whitehead, Lewis Deshi 2, Tom Lines)


Under 18 Knock Out Cup: Hawkes Mill and Hillmorton put on a pulsating cup tie in which Stuart Fisher secured a 3-2 win for Hawkes Mill with a bullet header from an Andy Morrissey cross with his first touch after entering the fray as a second half substitute. Hillmorton created four openings early on, the best of which fell to Luke Pritchard who saw his attempt saved at point blank range by the Hawkes goalkeeper. Morrissey put Hawkes Mill in front only for Adam Hartwell  to level after good work by Will Goodman and Joe Kerruish. Anthony Allen restored the Hawkes Mill lead but Chiraq Govind equalised again before Fisher grabbed the winner for Hawkes Mill.

GNP Sports 1 (Ravi Jaspal) Silhill Youth 4 (Steve Townsend 2, Adam Myatt, Mark Moran), Hawkes Mill Juniors 3 (Andy Morrissey, Stuart Fisher, Anthony Allen) Hillmorton 2 (Adam Hartwell, Chiraq Govind)

Under 18 Red: A goal in the third minute by Scott Baker, following up a Liam Shields shot, put Christ the King in good heart against Bulkington Sports. After that flying start, the game became more even and Bulkington dominated the first twenty minutes of the second half, creating two excellent opportunities but failing to capitalise on either. The Kings wrapped up the points with a second goal twelve minutes from time from Shields.

Christ the King 2 (Scott Baker, Liam Shields) Bulkington Sports 0, Coundon Cockerels 5 (Martin Casey 2, Kyle Smith 2, Michael Brindsley) Bilton Ajax 2 (Matt Davey, Clive Wilson)

Under 18 Blue: Cannon Park Colts scored six times in the second half of their game with AT7 Youth after a first half that finished goal less, Nick Dixon and Adam Said both scoring twice in the Colts win.

AT7 Youth 0 Cannon Park Colts 6 (Nick Dixon 2, Adam Said 2, Adam Hershey, Geddes Murray), Kenilworth Wardens 1 (Dane Watts) Panjab Radio Sporting 3 (Danny White, Aaron White, Michael Boylan)


Tamworth Invitation Trophy: In the under 13s’, a brace apiece from Liam Davies and James Oglesby helped Coundon Cockerels to reach the semi final stage, 5-3 winners over Bromford Bridge whilst in the under 16s, after Thomas Rumble had given Nuneaton Griff the lead after only three minutes, goals by Mark Atkins either side of half time put Dunlop Juniors into the lead but it still needed a save by Dunlop’s Craig Holgate from a penalty kick in the last minute to put his team into the final. Classy Arbury took the lead against Dunlop in the under 11s, but the Coventry side were ahead at the break through a Stephen O’Sullivan Free kick and a shot from Ben Lyons. After the break, Dunlop took control and added a third through Stefan Grudzinski before Arbury grabbed their second to set up a rousing finale but the Dunlop held out for their semi final place.

Under 11 Quarter Final: Dunlop Juniors 3 (Stephen O’Sullivan, Ben Lyons, Stefan Grudzinski) Arbury Athletic 2

Under 13 Quarter Final: Coundon Cockerels 5 (Liam Davies 2, James Oglesby 2, Aaron Woodhouse) Bromford Bridge 3

Under 16 Semi Final: Nuneaton Griff 1 (Thomas Rumble) Dunlop Juniors 2 (Mark Atkins 2)