Sunday 11 November 2018
We start our round-up with the Cups as usual and this week it’s the Leamington Referees' Association George Dutton Challenge Cup 2018-19 - Round 1
AFC Warwick 4 Khalsa 2
Khalsa held the advantage here with two early goals from Sukhraj Heer and Alex Marsh , but Matt Edwards pulled one back with a penalty just before half time. Then six minutes of mayhem saw AFC stun the visitors with three quick goals without reply. Daniel Nash, Ashley Knights and Salvatore Mannina doing the damage
Ettington Rovers 1 Heathcote Athletic 2
Rovers went ahead on nine minutes through Amine Bouhali . Heathcote were level just before half-time thanks to Owen Davies and Nicholas Keenan grasbbed the winner in the second half.
Leamington Hibernians 8 (eight) Khalsa Reserves 0
Hibs were too strong here for Khalsa reserves and after Lance Clarke had opened the account after only three minutes, Hibs were in complete control. Jack Marsden and Ash Kitchen got a brace each, Adam Johnson, Josh Bailey and Josh Blake were also on target.
We move on to the Leamington Referees' Association George Dutton Challenge Cup 2018-19 - Preliminary Round
Chadwick End Reserves 6 Warwick Printing 4
Steven Ebdon grabbed himself a hat-trick here with others from Danny Chinn , Thomas Tarbuck and Jack Rawlings to see Chadwick through to the next round. Printing bagged 4 of their own through Josh Tiff, Greg Ford, Kyle King and Sam Tarver .
We move on to League action now and start as usual with Division 1
Bishops Itchington 4 Radford Semele 0
It was the Tom O'Callaghan show here as he struck 4 times to take the points for Bishops who had no reply.
Westlea Wanderers 4 Lillington Juniors 2
Scott O’Loughlin scored on his debut for Westlea to help seal the points in a tight game. A David Jones brace had kept Lillington well in contention, but late strikes from Ryan Woodward and O’Loughlin were enough for Wanderers. Neil Stacey got the other Westlea goal after Woodward had got his first to pull Westlea level after Jones first strike.
We move on to Division 2
Dynamo Leamington 3 Leamington FC Vets 5
Ross Jackson was on fire from the first minute here. His first goal in the opening minute was the start of his haul of five goals. Ash Rowley levelled a minute later with a penalty at the other end. Dynamo then went 2-1 up through Joseph Gomez only for Jackson to level 2 minutes later. Dynamo struck back through ,David Iwanyckys to re-take the lead. Jackson then added three more without reply to take the points for the Vets.
HRI Wellesbourne 2 Long Itchington 4
We had three goals in the first 17 minutes here, which left The Long Men trailing 2-1. Dale Francis and Vitor Machado on target for the Veg boys. The long Men had Sam Crawford to thank for the 12th minute strike to keep them in it. Crawford then struck twice more, assisted with another by Elliot Parasmo as the Long Men marched off with the points.
Kineton S&SC 4 Real Barston 2
Liam Naven-Jones, Max Coton , Mark Ling and Joshua Wyatt strikes were enough here to see Kineton home. Barston consolations from Matthew Gillett (Pen) and David Jolly
We move on to Division 3
Harbury 3 Chadwick End 2
A Daniel Brierley brace and one from James Hancocks were enough here to see Harbury through in a tight game . Rhys Edwards and a Niall Grace Penalty for Chadwick. Harbury remain top of the table.
Princethorpe 0 Bishops Tachbrook 3
A Drew-Lewis Smith brace and one from Dean Pugh did the damage here which keeps Tachbrook in second place with games in hand.
VTS Warwick 2 Liberal Club C 3
VTS grabbed two through Thomas Scott and Jamie Leahy but it wasn’t enough as Mark Smith , Joe Forster and Matthew Bemrose did the Liberal damage .
We move on to Division 4
Joiners Arms 0 Stockton 7 (seven)
Malachy Rose led the way with a brace, supported by strikes from Ryan Barnard , George Neal , Sam Gilbert , Dan Brown and Richie Davies .
Stockton United 0 Whitnash United 0
An unusual result for Sunday League football. A good result for Whitnash as they held leaders Stockton who dropped points for the first time this Season.