We have all the results and goals from this week including some midweek games.
We start with Wednesday 12 May 2021
Hampton Magna 9 (nine) Leamington FC Vets 2
A Ross Jackson brace were small consolation for the Vets here as Magna were rampant. Jason Bradshaw led the way with four, two in each half. Tom Wyatt grabbed a hat-trick and the remaining brace coming from Aaron Manning.
Khalsa Reserves 1 Blackdown 0
A solitary strike from Tunde Ajibade gave Khalsa the points here.
Warwick Printing 1 Princethorpe 7 (seven)
Callum Carsley leading the way again here, this time grabbing four goals. Max Proudlock helped himself to a brace and Ben Rothwell got the last with 5 minutes to go. Josh Tiff with the Printers consolation.
Stockton 4 Napton 4
Napton with a storming start were 0 – 2 up within 10 minutes, with strikes from Ryan Fox and Christopher Watts. Nathaniel Miller grabbed a third on 20 minutes. Ryan Barnard pulled one back for Stockton before the break. Richie Davies then pulled another back on the stroke of half time. John Hearne then got a third for Stockton from the spot, but with a little over ten minutes to play Joseph Merry put Napton ahead again. Richie Davies was the man of the moment and with only 5 minutes left on the clock he made it all square again and that’s how it finished.
We move on to Tuesday 11 May 2021
Khalsa 4 Dynamo Leamington 4
Another 4 all draw. Gurdeep Dulay started the ball rolling for Khalsa, and Martin Lucey replied for Dynamo. Sundeep Kalsi then joined in to make it 2 – 1. Kalsi grabbed his second with 20 minutes to go and the fireworks started. Two goals in a three minute spell pulled Dynamo level with Lucey getting his second and Aaron Rowley with the third. Ten minutes to go and up popped Luke Lindsey and it looked like the points were going to Khalsa but with only four minutes left Roberto Ciuffini was on hand to give Dynamo a share of the spoils.
And so we move on to Sunday 16 May 2021
Dynamo Leamington 2 Khalsa 3
Another meeting between these two in a week. There were still five goals but Khalsa took the points with the odd goal. Aaron and Ashley Rowley were the target men for Dynamo but Sundeep Kalsi, Luke Lindsey and David Benton with the Khalsa goals, which take them into second spot.
Ettington Rovers 4 Heathcote Athletic 3
Heathcote were rampant in the first 25 minutes. Three nil up and cruising. Goals from James Brewitt, Owen Davies and Sam Plumb doing the damage. The rest of the game was all Ettington with four strikes without reply. Tom Gardener, William Clark, Jordan Pearce and Elliot Durbin
Bishops Tachbrook 1 Hampton Magna 2
Dean Pugh put Bishops in front and Martin Hutchcox made it all square before the break. Jason Bradshaw was on target within 3 minutes of the re-start and that was enough to give Magna the points and retain second spot.
Blackdown 3 Leamington FC Vets 1
Ricky Hooker , Josh Lally and Kelsey Fawke with the Blackdown goals and Ross Brown with the Vets reply. Blackdown in third spot but played more games.
Khalsa Reserves 1 AFC Warwick 4
Khalsa took the lead here through Gurdeep Dulay, but AFC were in front by half time with two replies from Melvinino Mauritsin in a ten minute spell. Two more goals in the second half from Kieran O'Rourke and Daniel Nash sealed the deal.
Leamington Hibernian 4 Real Barston 1
Hibs maintained their 100% record here but were given a fright when Barston took the lead on 10 minutes through William Hodgkinson. Hibs had turned it round before the break with goals from Connor Carson and Josh Bailey. Craig Wallsgrove made it 3 – 1 just after half time and Joshua Blake rounded it off with a late strike.
Cubbington FC 2 Chadwick End 2
A top of the table clash and it ended all square. It’s all to play for here. It went ding dong but it took an 88th minute strike from Luke Swinnerton to give Cubbington their point. Mark Turner put Chadwick ahead only for Adam Short to equalise. Adam Williams restored the Chadwick advantage before Swinnerton grabbed his last gasp leveller.
Engine FC 4 Warwick Printing 3
Engine are still in the Title hunt and have two very late goals from George Edgington and Steve Evans to thank for keeping them there. Matthew Wright and Thomas Payne had kept Engine in the hunt but goals from Jason Thompson and a brace from Jake McCarthy –Phillips had given the Printers the advantage. Edgington got his goal with only 5 minutes left to level the score and Evans struck two minutes later to take the points.
Princethorpe 3 Leamington Hibs Reserves 4
Princethorpe lose ground to the top three and with so few games left it’s looking doubtful for Honours now. Princethorpe were 2 – 0 up by the half hour through Callum Carsley and Edward Spencer. The next hour belonged to Hibs who had Charlie Fitzmaurice to thank for a brace, Daniel Wilkinson and Ricci Goldswain on target for a three goal advantage. Carsley got his second at the death.
Foresters 1 Napton 3
Another Top of the Table clash here and third overcame second. Two second half goals from Rhys Collins and Joseph Merry took the points for Napton. Ryan Fox had put Napton in front midway through the first period and Adam Smith levelled on half time.
Long Itchington Reserves 2 Radford Semele Social Club 5
Fastest goal of the day here in the first minute, and David Ramsey made it the fastest brace with his second coming six minutes later! Solomon Bloomer had given Radford a three goal lead by 25 minutes. Ashley Dickson then pulled one back for the Long Men just before half time. Lee Watton added a fourth and Ramsey completed his hat-trick. William Shields then pulled another back for the Long Men but it was all done. Radford maintain their 100% record at the top of the table.
Romer FC 1 Stockton 2
Romer were always in the hunt here and the result belies their position at the foot of the table. A Richie Davies brace were enough to see Stockton home but with a 70th minute strike from Richard Rogers it was squeaky bum time to the end.
Whitnash Sports & Social Club 3 Wellesbourne Wanderers 1
Another second half reverse and the Wellesbourne youngsters were made to pay by Whitnash. Jake Faulkner with the first half Wellesbourne goal. Eamonn O'Brien, Dean Underhill and a Kory Taylor penalty doing the second half damage for Whitnash.