Weekly Round-up for week ending Sunday 23rd May 2021. We start with the mid-week results from Wednesday 19th May 2021
Long Itchington 4 Ettington Rovers 0
The Crawford boys on target here as Sam completed a hat-trick inside the hour mark and George grabbed one with twelve minutes to go. The Long men are still in the hunt for Runners up spot.
Blackdown 1 Leamington Hibs 2
Hibs maintain their 100% record but only just and have now secured the Title. Brad Taylor scored in less than a minute to put Blackdown ahead. Hibs were level before half time through Connor Carson and it was a 96th minute strike from Hibs veteran Josh Blake which nicked the three points.
Hampton Magna 1 Khalsa Reserves 1
Sam Perry with the first half Magna strike and Bruno Seguin with the second half Khalsa equaliser. Magna have eyes on the Runners up spot here.
Real Barston 0 Leamington FC Vets 4
A brace apiece here for Nathan Hands and Ross Jackson were enough to sink Barston who were struggling for players.
Leamington Hibernian Reserves 5 Cubbington FC 2
Cubbington are still on the Title hunt but their hopes took a knock here as Hibs took the second half by the scruff. Jake Montgomery had put Cubbington ahead after 12 minutes and that’s how the first half ended. Jamie Hancocks levelled just after the re-start , only for Luke Swinnerton to restore the Cubbington advantage three minutes later. It then became the Scott Hammond show as he scored a hat-trick in 16 minutes to swing the game Hibs way. With twenty minutes on the clock Cubbington needed goals, but with time running out Ryan Butler popped up to seal the points for Hibs.
Radford Semele Social Club 3 Wellesbourne Wanderers 2 Radford stormed ahead with three goals in the first 15 minutes. Michael Wallace with the first after only 2 minutes. David Ramsey and Paul Wilkinson getting the others. By half time it was 3 – 2 and Wellesbourne were well and truly back in it with strikes from George Bryan and Ben Adler . The second half was tight and ultimately goalless so Radford took the points to maintain their slot at the Top of the Table.
We move on to Sunday 23 May 2021
Bishops Itchington 9 (nine) Ettington Rovers 1
Tom Gardener with the Ettington second half consolation here as the damage had already been done. Bishops have already sealed the Title and were in no mood to ease off the pedal here. Johnny Adair started the ball rolling on 2 minutes. He’d completed his hat-trick before the game was done. Thomas O'Callaghan had scored the second for Bishops on 5 minutes and he too had notched a hat-trick by the final whistle. The other three came via Joshua Turton, Andy Yeates and Adam Trinder .
Long Itchington 1 Khalsa 1
The battle for second spot here. And it was too close to call . Sam Crawford put the Long Men ahead just before half time. Josh Mann then popped up just after half time to make it all square and that’s how it stayed. With Heathcote also in the mix and games still to play this is going to the wire.
AFC Warwick 2 Hampton Magna 3
Magna must now be odds on to take the Runners up spot here. A brace from Melvinino Mauritsin wasn’t enough for AFC as strikes from Adam Timlin, Tom Wyatt and Chris Hanrahan were enough to take the points.
Khalsa Reserves 1 Bishops Tachbrook 4
A mid table battle here and Bishops take the points. Dean Pugh put Bishops in front but Gurdeep Dulay made it all square just before the break
Craig Williams helped himself to a brace midway through the second half and Rhys Pugh rounded things off with less than five minutes to go.
Real Barston 0 Blackdown 4
Barston also go down by four, but without reply. Jedd Jones with the first on the half hour. Then Ashley Bradbrook notched a brace in 17 minutes and Josh Lally added the fourth at the death. Blackdown cling on to third spot but Bishops are closing in.
Engine FC 1 Princethorpe 3
Thomas Payne with a very late consolation here. Engine are running on two cylinders now and with all still to play for this Title race is not over.
Leamington Hibernian Reserves 4 Chadwick End 4
Chadwick drop two valuable points here as Hibs start to come good. Technically Hibs could still win the Division if results fall in line, but it’s anybody’s guess. Jamie Hancocks, Matt Nutt , Harry Davies and Connor Mort on target for Hibs. Oliver Senior with a hat-trick and Oliver Manoochearie with the other for Chadwick.
Warwick Printing 2 Warwickshire Police 1
Calvin Moore with a late consolation here for the Cops but the Printers had written their own ticket earlier. Niall Thoms and Tom Hills getting the goals.
Castle Rangers 4 Long Itchington Res 0
The Long Men were put to the sword at the Castle here. Lee Gold, William Lennie and a Michael Perks brace doing the damage.
Radford Semele Social Club 1 Foresters 3
Radford lose their 100% record here and the Woodmen close the gap at the Top of the Table. Joseph Wright and Dan Eykyn had put Foresters two up in 22 minutes. An own goal closed the gap to the odd goal but a Jordan Bedford strike with a minute left on the clock sealed the deal.
Stockton 0 Hampton Magna Res 6
Magna with games in hand can squeeze the group at the Top here. This defeat of Stockton might give Magna the push to take third place. Jordan O'Keeffe started it all off with only 3 minutes on the clock. Nick Hill then added a brace. Trav Lea then also added a brace in the second half followed by Andrew Walsh rounding it all off with two minutes to go.
Whitnash Sports & Social Club 1 Romer FC 1
This has to go down as a great mornings work by the Romer boys to come away with a point. Kory Taylor had put Whitnash ahead and it looked like the points were in the bag. Up stepped Hugo Caldeira and in the second minute of stoppage time he grabbed the point for Romer