Weekly Round-Up for Sunday 25 October 2020.
Week 4 and some shape starts to emerge in the tables. We lost some games due to the torrential rain in the last 24 hours but most games were playable. We start as usual with Division 1(A)
Heathcote Athletic 2 Long Itchington 3
The Long Men move up to Third in the table with an away win here. A Sam Crawford brace supported by one from James Bolitho were enough to secure the points. Ben Edmunds and Nick Keenan for Heathcote but it wasn’t enough.
Radford Albion 2 Khalsa 3
Khalsa had done the hard work and were three – nil up on the hour mark, with Josh Mann, Sundeep Kalsi and Tom Davies on the mark. With 25 minutes to go Daniel Burden pulled one back, then 10 minutes later added his second to make it interesting, but Khalsa held on to take the spoils and take Top Spot in the Table.
We move on to Division 1(B)
AFC Warwick 1 Bishops Tachbrook 3
Matthew Edwards with an 80th minute consolation penalty here for AFC but Bishops had the points in the bag by then. Elliot Ricardo , Will Smith and Dean Pugh on target for Bishops.
Hampton Magna 0 Leamington Hibs 4
Hibs maintain their 100% record with this win away at Magna. Jack Marsden , Kurt Parsons, veteran Ashley Kitchen and Connor Carson on the sheet for Hibs.
Khalsa Reserves 0 HRI Wellesbourne 6
Things were tight here until the half hour mark. Vitor Machado then led the Veg boys charge with a hat-trick , Greg Eales grabbed a brace and Rocky Sihra got the other. The Veg boys also keep their 100% record intact and remain joint Top.
We move on to Division 3
Chadwick End 7 Sporting Warwick 2
Chadwick gain three valuable points with this demolition of Sporting. Adam Williams leading the way with a hat-trick, James Brady grabbed a brace and new signing Oli Senior also snapped up a brace. Steven Nollett with the second half consolations for Sporting.
Leamington Hibernian Reserves 6 Princethorpe 2
Fastest goal of the day here for Sam Rose on 2 minutes, but even though they added with another from Joe Tresadern shortly after, the day then belonged to Hibs Reserves. They had it level by half time through Scott Hammond and Luke Marriott , but then took control with a devastating five minute spell scoring three times. Hammond got his second, Harry Hartin and a minute later Connor Mort . Hammond bagged his hat-trick with fifteen minutes left on the clock and it was all done
Warwick Printing 0 Engine FC 1
A close game here but the Engine take the honours with another revved up performance to maintain their 100% record and Top spot in the Table. The only goal of the game coming from Lewis Barry on 35 minutes.
Warwickshire Police 0 Liberal Club C 3
Liberals into second in the Table here as a perhaps naive Police side remain rooted to the foot of the Table. The Cops had a number of chances but failed to capitalise and the Liberals keeper played his part. The Liberals finishing was a different story with two top quality strikes and a penalty. Jack Gibson and Sam Ashford with the strikes, Luke Swinnerton with the penalty.
We move on to Division 4
Foresters 4 Whitnash Sports and Social Club 2
The Woodsmen move up to Third with three points here. Sam Rudge with the third fastest goal of the day on 4 minutes. Jamie Hickey , Dan Eykyn and Connor Hickey getting the others.
HRI Wellesbourne Reserves 2 Wellesbourne Wanderers 1
It took a while for this local Derby game to get started and it then all happened in the last 20 minutes. New signing Paul Webster got the ball rolling on 70 minutes for the veg boys and Luke Sangha then added a second 10 minutes later. With 90 minutes on the clock Wanderers were awarded a Penalty and Ben Adler stroked home from the spot.
Long Itchington Reserves 2 Hampton Magna Res 3
Magna Res continue their 100% record here away to the Long Men but it was a close run thing. Cory Turner had put the Magna boys ahead after only 15 minutes and Aaron Manning added a second just before half time. Late into the second half and William Shields pulled one back only for Mark Hickey to restore the two goal advantage. Three minutes later and Isaac Tse had pulled the long men back into it again, but Magna held on to take the points back home.
Romer FC 0 Harbury Albion 11 (eleven)
Second fastest goal of the day here for Joe French on 3 minutes. It paved the way as new boys Romer were again on the receiving end. It was Three – nil in 10 minutes as Luke Brown added a brace. New signing Baz Shearsby added a brace. Billy Bench also grabbed a brace in a three minute spell. Ross Feasey then added an amazing hat-trick in eight minutes! Jamie Simpson rounded it off with five minutes left on the clock.