Latest weekly round-up for Sunday 11 March 2018.
We had no surviving Cup matches this week due to the wet weather, so it’s straight into League action starting in Division 1.
Leamington Hibernians 4 Khalsa 1.
Hibs had control after 35 minutes with three goals. Matthew Houghton started it off in the second minute, Ashley Kitchen and Jack Marsden both added before half time. Khalsa pulled one back with a David Benton strike on sixty five minutes, but Rhys Pugh struck five minutes later to put the result beyond doubt.
Westlea Wanderers 1 Radford Semele 0
A Joseph Wright strike on fifteen minutes was enough for Westlea to maintain their pressure at the top with games in hand and points in the bank.
Dynamo Leamington 1 Heathcote Athletic 3
A Nicholas Keenen brace in ten minutes supported by a Kristoffer Burbury goal ten minutes later was enough here for Athletic. David Ramsey grabbed a seventy fifth minute consolation for the Dynamo’s.
Grist Mill 1 Hampton Magna 1
A goal either side of half time here. Jamie Rossiter for The Millers and Daniel Anstey for Magna.
HRI Wellesbourne Reserves 4 Liberal Club C 1 .
Three valuable points for the veg boys here. A Sam Mitchell brace, and solo efforts from Carl Ellard and Dan Brittain , seeing off a consolation from Thomas Gayton .
Royal Oak United 8 Lillington Juniors 3
A top of the table clash here and Royal Oak took the honours. With hat tricks for both Josh Goodwin and Michael Glover and a brace from Wesley Klopper the Rugby side had too much for the Juniors. Oak move to within four points of the leaders now with three games in hand.
Princethorpe 3 Warwick Boar 0
Rose, Fraser and Cooke on target for Princethorpe.
Stockton United 4 Joiners Arms 3
A ding dong battle here as Stockton eventually took the odd goal in seven to take the points. A Mitch Coleman brace , Kody Neal and Jon Patton for Stockton,
Warwick Printing 2 Castle Rangers 5
Another topsy turvey game here. An amazing last eleven minutes gave Rangers the points. Printing went in front on fifteen minutes through Cory Turner. Rangers equalised and then took the lead via Daniel Hargreaves and Paul Saunders. Kyle King the levelled it up on sixty minutes. With eleven minutes left Rangers went into overdrive and smashed three without reply. Hargreaves and Saunders getting their seconds, and Conor Warburton rounding it off on eighty six minutes.