The weekly Round-up for Sunday 27 October 2019. We start as usual with the Cup matches, and that means The Tracey Thomas Challenge Cup 2019-20 - Round 1
HRI Wellesbourne 2 Khalsa Reserves 3
The Veg boys were looking good here as Samuel Pye put them ahead in the first half, followed by a second from Vitor Machado on 71 minutes. It all turned sour as a 75th minute penalty was calmly slotted home by Sukhraj Heer and 9 minutes later Connor Beckinsale made it all square. With Penalty kicks looming up stepped Heer for his second of the game with only 2 minutes left on the clock. Khalsa Reserves go into the next round.
Leamington Hibs Res 4 Whitnash United 2
Oliver Benn put United ahead, but Alexander Mitchell levelled 6 minutes later. Jordan Evetts restored the United lead 4 minutes after that only for Ryan Butler to pull Hibs level 9 minutes later. The second half belonged to Hibs who scored twice late on through Mitchell Williams and James Hancocks. Hibs Reserves go into the hat.
Sands United 0 Napton 3
Napton took the lead on 11 minutes through Christopher Watts and that’s how it stayed until the hour mark when Watts grabbed a second. Jordan Watson rounded it off with 10 minutes to go. Napton progress.
We stay with Cup games and we move on to Leamington Referees' Association George Dutton Challenge Cup 2019-20 - Preliminary Round
Foresters 0 Warwick Printing 4
A brace from Jake McCarthy-Phillips and one each for Niall Thoms and Hayden Barnett were enough here as the Printers go into the First Round.
Khalsa 11 (eleven) Hampton Magna 0
A below strength Magna were put to the sword here by Khalsa. Luke Lindsay grabbed 4. Sukhraj Nijjar helped himself to a hat-trick. Luke Evans had a brace. David Benton and Josh Mann got the others. Khalsa progress.
We move on to League action now and we start as usual with Division 1
AFC Warwick 5 Kineton Sports and Social Club 2
Three goals in the last 20 minutes here saw AFC take the points. Mitchell Keyes and James Kellar got the Kineton goals, but it wasn’t enough as Henry Oyenuga, Joseph Ryan , Matthew Saunders, Josh Pointon and Josh Watson were all on target for AFC, who leapfrog Kineton in the table.
Westlea Wanderers 5 Leamington FC Vets 0
Harry Jervis was on the scoresheet for Westlea in 13 minutes. 4 goals in the last 25 minutes made it look a lot more one sided. Adam Knight grabbed a brace. Martin Hutchcox and Ciaran Houston both added in the last 5 minutes to seal the points for Westlea who remain Top of the Table.
We move on to Division 3
Blackdown 0 Dynamo Leamington 2
A Top of the Table clash here and Ash Rowley with two goals both two minutes either side of half-time here were enough for Dynamo to take the points. Dynamo go three points clear at the Top.
Princethorpe 3 Chadwick End Reserves 0
Jake Allies-Proctor picked up a brace here and Ed Spencer got the third as Princethorpe take the spoils, and move up the Table into 4th spot.