Results Sunday 29th February 2004


BCFA Sunday Youth Cup Quarter Final: A goal in extra time by Martin Moran against Kingswinford was just the what was needed to put Silhill Youth into the semi final stage of the Sunday Youth Cup. This means that the John Bryan Minor League will have a representative at County HQ yet again as Silhill will now play fellow league members, Hawkes Mill Juniors in the semi final on Sunday 21st March 2004.

Silhill Youth 1 (Martin Moran) Kingswinford Colts 0 after extra time


Under 9 Red: A 4-1 defeat of Christ the King put Coventry Jaguar Youth back on the winning track. Oliver Comyn put the Kings ahead, following up to score after Jaguar goalkeeper, Frazer McGuinness stopped the first attempt but the Jaguar levelled when James McArthur turned in a cross from Connoll Farrell. The second half saw the Jaguar go in front when Farrell scored twice before defenders, Liam Blacker and Ryan Gough were pushed to keep the Kings at bay before good middle of the park play by Callum Maguire, Daniel James and Farrell set up Josh Brassington to round off the scoring. Jim Hems gave the Sphinx the lead in an exciting game with Mount Nod. After the interval, the Highway made the most of a stiff breeze as J. Lovat levelled the score before they went in front when I. Lawton unleashed a fierce shot but Hems made the score 2-2 with five minutes left to play.

Coventry Jaguar Youth 4 (James McArthur, Connoll Farrell 2, Josh Brassington) Christ the King 1 (Oliver Comyn), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 2 (Jim Hemms 2) Mount Nod Highway 2 (I. Lawton, J. Lovat), Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Robert Thompson 2) Whitley Juniors 4 (A. Routledge, C. Bullock, M. Richards, M. Shakespeare)

Under 9 Blue: Alex Parkinson and Ryan Moir both gave all action displays as Dunlop eased to a 4-0 defeat of Coventry Aquatics. Parkinson, Sean Nugent, Lewis Chester and Drew Moloney on target. An excellent goalkeeping display by stand in Lee Gough was at the heart of Whitley’s 3-1 defeat of Chapelfields Colts. Gough pulled off two fine saves as the stern defence of Janie Hackleton and good midfield play from Jordan Hiscox set up the win. Shaun Williams and Liam Rocke put Whitley ahead before Curtis Cutts pulled a goal back for Chapelfields before Hiscox sealed the 3-1 win. Hat tricks by Daniel Read and Cameron Young helped to set London Road on the way to a 10-0 defeat of a gallant Coventry Jaguar. The Jag battled hard but could not stem the flow of goals as Aaron Beard, Alex O’Connor, Jamie Blake and Kristopher Sharry all found the way to goal.

Coventry Aquatics 0 Dunlop Juniors 4 (Alex Parkinson, Sean Nugent, Lewis Chester, Drew Moloney), Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 London Road Lions 10 (Daniel Read 3, Cameron Young 3, Aaron Beard, Alex O’Connor, Jamie Blake, Kristopher Sharry), Dunlop Jets 0 Binley Woods 4 (Jake Brown 3, Andrew Venard), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Thomas Shaw) Brinklow Juniors 0, Finham Park Rangers 3 (Aaron Cassidy, Ben McQuillan, David Clements) AT7 Youth 1 (Lentine Shaw), Whitley Juniors 3 (Shaun Williams, Liam Rocke, Jordan Hiscox) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Curtis Cutts)


Under 10 Red: Wyatt Jones got back to scoring form with two in the first ten minutes for AT7 against London Road. Joshua Bird pulled a goal back for the Lions in the second half before Kieran Bentley pounced onto a Jay Willis throw to score the third goal. Christ the King led Ernesford 2-0 at half time thanks to Lewis Martin and Taylor McGregor. Although the Dynamos pulled one goal back through Jamie Formstone, McGregor notched his second to restore the Kings advantage. Jack Dobson then scored again for Ernesford but Christ the King hung on for a 3-2 win. Tom Woolman and Adam Newbold soon gave Kenilworth Wardens the advantage over Coventry Jaguar before Joe Price struck back. However Matthew Hobbs added a third for Kenilworth before Woolman capped 4-1 win as the Jaguar pushed forward in search of goals.

AT7 Youth 3 (Wyatt Jones 2, Kieran Bentley) London Road Lions 1 (Joshua Bird), Christ the King 3 (Taylor McGregor 2, Lewis Martin) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (James Formstone, Jack Dobson), Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Joe Price) Kenilworth Wardens 4 (Tom Woolman 2, Adam Newbold, Matthew Hobbs)

Under 10 Blue: Chapelfields Colts and Coventry Sphinx put on excellent performances in a close game that ended 1-1. Raff Williams put the Colts in front, scoring from an acute angle after rounding the Sphinx keeper but Liam Cahill netted a deserved equaliser for the Sphinx with a fierce shot. Coventry Jaguar were forced to defend deeply against Mount Nod, Daniel Carlyon man marking the Highway danger man, Charlie Cook. After fifteen minutes the Jaguar broke away when Aaron Jones found Amman Sarkaria who in turn threaded the ball through for his twin brother, Aaron Sarkaria to score. In the second half, Mount nod were continuously on the attack and levelled two minutes from time with a powerful shot by Jimmy Swain from outside of the penalty area after a free kick had rebounded off of the defensive wall. Last minute pressure by the Highway searching for the winner was met with defiance from Max Wilson in the Jaguar goal. Corey Carpenter gave Caludon the lead against AT7 for whom Kyle Bhara in goal was superb. He was beaten twice more in the second half by Carpenter and Macauley Ferguson as Caludon won 3-0.

Balsall & Berkswell 11 London Road Lions 4, Brinklow Juniors 1 (Lee Huddlestone) Athletic United 2 (Conor Harrington, Cee Jay Walker), Caludon Youth 3 (Corey Carpenter 2, Macauley Ferguson) AT7 Youth 0, Chapelfields Colts 1 (Raff Williams) Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Liam Cahill), Christ the King 8 Morris Rangers 0, Coundon Cockerels 0 Binley Woods 2 (Jordan McBride, Brandon Sohal, Emma Daines), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Jimmy Swain) Coventry Jaguar Youth 1 (Aaron Sarkaria)

Under 10 Green: Man of the match, Lee Begley gave Mount Nod the lead against Chapelfields with a superb chip. Although the Colts fought back bravely, they could not breech the Highway defence as a 3-0 win was secured with two goals from Luke Purvis. Ciaran Taylor gave Pro Santos an early lead against Keresley Colts and then Lewis Gardner and Ryan Murray both went close before Jake Mitchell equalised for the Colts. Second half pressure by both teams kept the defences busy with the Keresley ‘keeper, James Lillis denying both Peter Jurczak and Jack Scandrett. William Vines gave Finham Park Rangers a first half lead over Exhall Tigers and Glenn Robinson doubled it in the second half. Andrew Scott then set up Christian Lynch for 3-0 before Exhall scored twice through Rohan Court and Luke Spencer to set up a tight finish but Scott added a fourth for Finham from a corner kicjk.

Athletic United 0 Wyken FC 1 (Reece Garland), Coventry Jaguar Youth 0 Wyken Colts 1 (Jake Whittaker), Dunlop Juniors 3 (Luke Wensley, Sean Brannon, Bradley Frost) Coventry Colts 1 (Thomas Somers), Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Daniel Bennett) The Boat FC Juniors 1 (Mason Price), Exhall Tigers 2 (Rohan Courts, Luke Spencer) Finham Park Rangers 4 (Glenn Robinson, William Vines, Christian Lynch, Andrew Scott) Leamington Hibernians 2 Brinklow Juniors 4, Mount Nod Highway 3 (Lee Begley, Luke Purvis 2) Chapelfields Colts 0, Pinley NDC 0 Finham Park Colts 3 (Matthew Kingman, Luke Norris, Andrew Poole), Pro Santos 1 (Ciaran Taylor) Keresley Colts 1 (Jake Mitchell)


Under 11A: Finham’s Sean Kirkwood opened the scoring against AT7 with a volley from the edge of the penalty area. This was quickly followed by a second from Matt Budd after Kirkwood knocked on a corner kick. Benedict Poole, in the Finham goal, then twice denied AT7 as they struck back. Immediately following the second half re-start, Tom Rawlings added a third for Finham from the penalty spot after Adam King had been upended in the area. Shortly afterwards Rawlings made it 4-0 before Peake pulled a goal back for AT7 from long range. Finham stepped up the pace and further goals from Budd (2), Tom Annett (2), Sam Garbett and Rawlings completed a 10-1 win for Finham. Binley woods (Luke Storer) took the lead in their game with Christ the King before goals from Liam Browne and Sam Murphy put the Kings ahead. Two quick second half goals from Charlton McBride doubled the Kings score before McBride then supplied the cross for Jaymie Trickett to round off a 5-1 win. A fierce shot by Jake Holt from outside of the penalty area put Dunlop Juniors ahead at Brinklow. The villagers quickly bounced back to level with a goal from Tom Glasscoe but then a through ball by Jack Steel allowed Holt in to score his second. Once again Glasscoe pulled the scores level with two minutes left to play before Holt dribbled past four defenders to complete his hat trick and a 3-2 win for Dunlop.

Binley Woods 1 (Luke Storer) Christ the King 5 (Charlton McBride 2, Liam Browne, Sam Murphy, Jaymie Trickett), Brinklow Juniors 2 (Tom Glasscoe 2) Dunlop Juniors 3 (Jake Holt 3), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 0 Rugby Town 3, Finham Park Rangers 10 (Sean Kirkwood, Sam Garbett, Tom Annett 2, Matt Budd 3, Tom Rawlings 3) AT7 Youth 1 (N. Peake), London Road Lions 0 Chapelfields Colts Red 5 (Luke Leahy 2, Brendan Sharp 2, Jake Farrant), Whitley Juniors 5 PSA Peugeot Citroen 3

Under 11B: Russ Varnam got Dunlop Dynamos off to a flying start, netting inside the first minute followed just a couple of minutes later when Adam Jones headed in a Daniel Randle corner kick. Coventry Aquatics fought back strongly to lead 3-2 at half time, Sebastian Arthur, Jedd Featherstone and Scott Eccles on target. In the second half, Varnam levelled for Dunlop from another Randle corner, Amit Gill made it 4-3 before Varnam completed his hat trick from the penalty spot to wrap up a 5-3 win for Dunlop Dynamos.

Chapelfields Colts 3 (Matthew Taylor, Robert Sloan, Louis Bradnock Davies) Pinley NDC 1, Christ the King Rovers 1 (Robert Jones) Wyken Wanderers 3 (M. Palmer, C. Thompson, J. Maddon), Dunlop Dynamos 5 (Russ Varnam 3, Amit Gill, Adam Jones) Coventry Aquatics 3 (Sebastian Arthur, Jedd Featherstone, Scott Eccles), Finham Lions 0 Keresley Colts 5 (Robert Westbrook, Adam Sanders, Dayle McCormick, Niall Evans 2), Leamington Hibernians 3 Coventry Jaguar Youth 7, Rugby Town (2002) 11 Mount Nod Highway 0


Under 12A: AT7 Youth won a close game with Chapelfields Colts on the back of a strong second half performance. Jacob Blackwell rattled the AT7 crossbar before Max McConnell put the home team ahead. Alex Smith levelled things again but further goals from Reo McKie and Thomas Henry gave AT7 a 3-1 win despite good displays by Michael Barnes, David Evans and Niall Buswell of the Colts. Coventry Jaguar and Mount Nod contested a well fought game wher Nathan Fairchild headed the Jaguar in front from an Arni Di Maria corner kick. Several good stops by goalkeeper, Ben Bicknell kept the Highway at bay before Dale Sawyer doubled the lead after another quality cross by Di Maria. Sawyer then turned supplier to set up Fairchild to make the score 3-0 before a late burst from Mount nod saw goals for Grant Thornton and Steven Joyce to set up a frantic last five minutes that saw the Jagur cling on to a 3-2 success.

AT7 Youth 3 (Thomas Henry, Max McConnell, Reo McKie) Chapelfields Colts 1 (Alex Smith), Christ the King 4 (K. Nugent, J. Deagan, J. O’Connor) Whitley Juniors 1 (Lewis Fisher), Coventry Jaguar Youth 3 (Dale Sawyer, Nathan Fairchild 2) Mount Nod Highway 2 (Grant Thornton, Steven Joyce), London Road Lions 2 (Darragh Horrigan, Callan Moulton) Finham Park Rangers 5 (Matthew Linstead, Robert Ogleby 2, Matthew Hanna 2) PSA Peugeot Citroen 7 (S. Kay, C. Lowndes, M. Watson, T, Lea Beeston, A. Dady, J. Wright 2) Stretton Athletic 1 (Sean Kelly), Rugby Town 1 (L. Bale) Kenilworth Town 0

Under 12B: Rugby went 2-0 ahead at Dunlop in the first ten minutes but Dunlop pulled the game around as Daniel Butler netted four times to help his side to a memorable 4-2 win.

Brinklow Juniors 2 Finham Park Colts 6, Dunlop Juniors 3 (Daniel Butler 4)

Rugby Town (2002) 2

Under 12C: Binley Woods 1 (Paul Green) Longford Community FC 7 (Daniel Hume, Luke Gregory 3, Aaron Francis 3), Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Louis Stockil, Luke Russell) Morris Rangers 3 (Jermaine Heir, Tariq Mahmood, Charlie Hole), Potters Green 1 (Ryan Hurney) Christ the King Rovers 2 (Charlie Bond, David Howland), Wyken Aces 0 All Nations FC 6


Under 13A: A sliced clearance that fell to Billy O’Grady was coolly passed into the Massey net by the PSA Peugeot striker. The game ebbed and flowed but Peugeot dictated the pace of the game with Chris Saunders tireless in his efforts. Half way through the second half, Saunders added a second for Peugeot before Massey’s grabbed a consolation goal when John Thompson converted a late penalty kick.

Ash Green United 1 (Cameron Tune) Bedworth Eagles 1 (Matthew Jones), Binley Woods 3 (Matthew Kemp, Callum Ogilvie, Adam Russell) Wyken FC 2 (Daniel Smith, Callum Taylor), Chapelfields Colts 4 (Cory Keeling 3, George Faulkner) Dunlop Juniors 0, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 1 (Stephen McGowan) Central Ajax 4 (Mark Passey, Tom Harris, Lee Sallis 2), Finham Park Rangers 2 (Robert Palmer, Tom Rose) St. Nicolas’ Boys 2 (Simon Rawbone 2), London Road Lions 3 (James Collins, Darren Jackson, Andy Moran) Christ the King 1 (Shaun Gaffney), PSA Peugeot Citroen 2 (Chris Saunders, Billy O’Grady) Massey Ferguson Colts 1 (John Thompson), Rugby Town 5 (Liam Bailey 2, Ryan Yemm 2, Alex Platt) Bedworth United 0, Whitley Juniors 3 (Cane Jones 2, Jake Ward) Coundon Cockerels 2 (Ben Vallance, Aaron Woodhouse)

Under 13B: Coventry Jaguar Youth picked up their first win of the season against Rugby Town (2003), Coming from 0-2 at half time to turn in an outstanding second half performance first to level the scores at 3-3 before going on to complete a 5-3 win. Michael Cotter scored three times and Luke Arthur once in the fightback before Nathan Brown added the fifth goal from the penalty spot. Punit Parmar and Dominic Woodings (2) scoring for Rugby Town.

Allesley Aces 1 (Aaron Munro) Rugby Town (2002) 6 (Halim-Halim 2, Max Beard 2, Robbie Flude 2), Christ the King Rovers 2 (Adam Godfrey, Darren Batchelor) Ernesford Dynamos 1 (Daryl Kelsey), Coundon Colts 13 (Adam Curtis, Martin Carling 2, Martin McGregor, Daniel Blackwell 4, Josh Darcy, Luke Walker, Robert Cleaver 3) The Boat FC Juniors 0, Coventry Aquatics 2 (Chris Guest, Carl Neale) Whitley Colts 6 (Danny Maher, Wade Gilder 3, Lee Jonas 2), Coventry Jaguar Youth 5 (Luke Arthur, Nathan Brown, Michael Cotter 3) Rugby Town (2003) 3 (Punit Parmar, Dominic Woodings 2), Radford Rangers 4 (Gavin Mulligan 3, Kadeem King) AT7 Youth 2 (Steve O’Donnell 2), Mount Nod Highway 1 (Niall McDonald) Earlsdon FC 8 (James Hnatushka 3, Scott Hennell 2, Any Ruane, Danny Barlow 2)


Under 14A: A thrilling game saw Whitley Juniors beat off the challenge of Bedworth Eagles 2-0. A Dean Kimberlin shot, too hot to hold, fell into the path of Matty Jardim for the first goal. Just before the half time whistle, Jardim scored a gain after Greg Gibson, Adam Bannister, Dion Barrett and Luke O’Kane combined to create the opening. In the second half, the Eagles tested the Whitley defence to the full, but Steven Dee, Curtis Marriott, Joe Hale and Matty O’Kane stood firm although goalkeeper Asa Pettite needed the help of Bradley Deacon to clear his lines. In the last minute, Craig Cunniff set up a chance for James Tamna, but his shot went just wide of the Bedworth goal.

Coundon Cockerels 0 Norton Lindsey 7, Coventry Sphinx Juniors 6 (Michael Wallace 3, Jack Pearson 2, Danny Pittaway) Firefighters 0, Mount Nod Highway 6 (Daniel Tucker, Jamie Murphy 2, Michael Puffett, Mathew Oakes) Finham Park Rangers 0, PSA Peugeot Citroen 1 (Dale Chatwin) Wallace JFC 3 (Adam Vallance, Gary Cotton, Lee Pemberton), Whitley Juniors 2 (Mathew Jardim 2) Bedworth Eagles 0

Under 14B: Neither Chapelfields or Ernesford could create many chances in a tight first half, the highlight of which was a penalty save by the Chapelfields goalkeeper. Playing with the wind in the second half, Ernesford stepped up the pressure and were rewarded with a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Chris Russell and Steven Sadler.

Chapelfields Colts 0 Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Chris Russell, Steven Sadler), Finham Park Colts 6 (Adam Pickup, Danny Brown, David Edden 2, James Marklew 2) Brinklow Juniors 2 (Lynch 2), Phoenix FC 2 (Robert Denny, Danny Booth) Rugby Town 2


Under 15A: Coventry Colliery Colts 1 (Steve Foster) Nuneaton Griff 3 (Ryan Birch, Perry Edwards, Matty Travis), Dunlop Juniors 4 (Liam McCarran 2, James McDonald 2) Christ the King 3 (Chris Owen, Ellis Alleyne, Sean Monnington), Hawkes Mill Juniors 1 (Daniel Allwood) Coundon Cockerels 8 (Luke Thomas 3, Ross Wimbush 2, Ben Malone, Leon Yates, Joe Holcroft), Morris Rangers 1 (Mudrik Said) Binley Woods 0, Whitley Juniors 3 (Ross Knight, Sam Madill, Demir Vavan) Ernesford Dynamos 2 (Dale Vernon 2)

Under 15B: Allesley Aces 3 (Michael Flavell, Daniel Lucas, Daniel Pidgeon) Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Kyle Walker, Paul Nash), Bermuda Colts 0 Coventry Boys Club 2


Under 16A: Exciting times at the Sphinx where the home side shared a 4-4 draw with Dunlop Juniors. A brace from Steven Kingham put the Sphinx ahead but Blaine McBride levelled the scores with the very last kick of the game. Chetwynd held leaders North Warwick College to a 1-1 draw, as did Bedworth united with Mount nod although Bedworth failed to make the most of a penalty kick. A Michael Ward treble helped Morris Rangers to come from 2-0 down to defeat Hartshill 3-2.

Bedworth United 1 (Kyle Grantham) Mount Nod Highway 1 (Tom Newton), Chetwynd 1 (Ali Clarke) North Warwickshire College 1 (Tom Holtby), Coundon Cockerels 1 (Sunil Jaspal) Nuneaton Griff 3 (Iain Green, Thomas Rumble, Steven Bingham), Coventry Sphinx Juniors 4 (Steven Kingham 2, Andrew Buswell, James Bailey) Dunlop Juniors 4 (Mark Atkins, Robert Thomas, Blaine McBride, own goal), Hartshill Sports 2 (Matthew Miller, Kevin Barnett) Morris Rangers 3 (Michael Ward 3)

Under 16B: Goals from Scott Carter either side of half time earned Chapelfields Colts the points against Wembrook. In the second half, Wembrook came back strongly but were thwarted by the Colts man of the match, goalkeeper John Curzon. Leader White Hart kept up a strong pace at the top, as James Wardle netted four times in a 10-0 defeat of a brave Kenilworth Town whilst Corner Post battled back from trailing to defeat Pinley 4-2.

Kenilworth Town 0 White Hart Sports 10 (Jack Teggin 2, Anthony Twamley 2, Dane Richards 2, James Wardle 4), Pinley NDC 2 (Ian Bailey 2) Corner Post Colts 4 (Lewis Dhesi, Craig Corbett, Scott Finlay, Lyle McGrath), Wembrook 0 Chapelfields Colts 2 (Scott Carter 2)


Under 18 Red: Bulkington Sports 2 (Mark Harrison, Adam Dewis) Coundon Cockerels 1 (Josh Lewis), Castlehurst Colts 2 (Daniel Dalton, Philip Smith) Bilton Ajax 1 (D. Graham), Christ the King 0 Central Ajax 5 (Gary Morris, Kevin Hill, Warren Hoyte 2, Ollie Rogers)

Under 18 Blue: Coundon Court dominated their game with AT7 Youth. The opening goal came after twenty minutes when Lawrence Dann scored after a goalmouth scramble. Richard Banks then knocked the ball down for Paul Sowerby to run through to add a second before Richard Elms provided the pass for Dann to score the third. Banks and Elms then combined for Elms to add a fourth before half time. It was 5-0 straight from the restart when Steven Quinney powered the ball from the halfway line into the AT7 net before completing the scoring five minutes later with a powerful run through the AT7 defence before slotting the ball between the goalkeeper and the near post.

AT7 Youth 0 Coundon Court Old Boys 6 (Lawrence Dann 2, Paul Sowerby, Richard Elms, Steven Quinney 2) Bedworth Athletic 5 (Scott Burrows, Lewis Halfacree 4) Allesley Athletic 4, Cannon Park Colts 2 (Geddes Murray, Nick Dixon) Sporting Athletic 3 (Matty Doherty 3), Hawkes Mill Juniors 2 (Anthony Allen, Ben Rowan) GNP Sports 2 (Jas Dosanjh, Pav Somal), Kenilworth Wardens 0 Finham Park Rangers 4 (Richard Sutherland, Sam Bird, Alex Lamb, David Lancaster), Panjab Radio Sporting 2 (Gurjit Liddar, Vinnie Gill) Whitley Juniors 3 (Richard Ward, Martin Shaw 2)


Tamworth Invitation Trophy: Coventry teams are still enjoying success in the Tamworth Trophy competitions. At under 8 level, Ryan Quinn netted three times as Mount Nod reached the final with a 5-1 defeat of Whittington Pride whilst in the under 9’s Dunlop Juniors have a semi-final clash all of their own after their two entries both won, the Red team on penalties whilst the Blue team thanked Dominic Walsh (2) and Lewis Chester for their 3-0 win. Coventry Jaguar Youth reached the semi-final stages of the under 10’s with a 2-0 defeat of Ibstock Tigers. Joe Price opened the scoring with a fine individual effort and Robert Tressler added the second.

Under 8 Semi-finals: Mount Nod Highway 5 (Ryan Quinn 3, Corey Cook, Levi Cox) Whittington Pride 1

Under 9 Quarter-finals: Overseal Foresters 0 Dunlop Juniors (Red) 0 after extra time, Dunlop won 4-2 penalties: Glascote Swifts 1 Dunlop Juniors (Blue) 3 (Dominic Walsh 2, Lewis Chester)

Under 10 Quarter-final: Coventry Jaguar Youth 2 (Joe Price, Robert Tressler) Ibstock Tigers 0