Weekly Round-up for Sunday 29 September 2019. We start as usual with Division 1
HRI Wellesbourne 0 Leamington FC Vets 2
The Veg boys were turned over here as Andrew McGuire got the First before the break, and David Busst finished it off with 18 minutes left.
Heathcote Athletic 0 Westlea Wanderers 5
Luke Cole grabbed himself a brace within the first 27 minutes here, swiftly followed by new signing Scott Hammond to make it 0 – 3 before the break. An own goal followed by a Harry Jervis strike with 10 minutes to go sealed the points for Westlea, who now sit Top of the Table with a 100% record.
We move on to Division 2
Bishops Tachbrook FC 2 Hampton Magna 4
Dylan Timms put Tachbrook in front after 20 minutes but it only took 6 minutes for Magna to reply via a Sunil Nand strike. Joseph Fisher put Magna ahead before the break. Ash Turnbull then increased the lead from the re-start. Fisher grabbed his second with 20 minutes left and it was all wrapped up. Five minutes later James Provett popped up to pull one back for Bishops but it was too little too late and Magna held on for the points.
Chadwick End 5 Radford Albion 2
Dan Burden grabbed a brace here for Albion but Chadwick had too much for the visitors. Mark Turner helped himself to a hat-trick and Joseph Hughes joined in with a brace to give Chadwick the spoils.
Ettington Rovers 3 Real Barston 2
Nip and tuck here as Amine Lejallois put Ettington ahead after only 7 minutes. Glen Matthew doubled the lead from the spot on 29 minutes , followed a minute later by a reply from James McDowell , who then levelled with his second strike in 10 minutes. Lejallois grabbed a second half winner just after the re-start and that’s how it stayed.
Long Itchington 8 Lillington Juniors 0
Sam Crawford led the way here with 4 goals. Jamie Bodfish and Oscar Rose helped with a brace apiece as the Long Men dominated this one. The Long Men still have a 100% record intact.
We move on to Division 3
Blackdown 2 Warwick Printing 1
Blackdown came from behind in this one after Emmanuel Atugo had put the Printers ahead. Ashley Bradbrook and Scott Hughes with the two late finishes to take the points in the last 15 minutes. Blackdown move up to second spot in the Table
Engine FC 3 Leam Hibs Reserves 1
Engine close the gap at the Top of the Table and Hibs slip up here as Jay Hammond, Rhys Tummey and George Edgington get the Engine goals here.
Princethorpe 2 Dynamo Leamington 6
Princethorpe battled well here but a four goal haul for Joseph Gomez and a brace for Ashley Rowley were too much in the end. Dynamo sit at the Top of the Table with a 100% record intact.
And we finish with Division 4
Castle Rangers 2 Stockton 0
Equal fastest goal of the day here for George Green who also scored one of the last goals of the day on 90 minutes to bag a brace and take the points for Rangers.
Foresters 6 Long Itchington Reserves 1
Up until 50 minutes this was a tight game. Reece Robbins had put Foresters 2 – up in the first half. Just after the re-start Morgan Genthialon pulled one back for the Long Men, but it then became one way traffic. Four without reply from Jordan David , Daniel Griffin, Jamie Hickey and Mark Hickey doing the damage.
Sands United 0 Warwickshire Police 8
Stephen Flavell with the other fastest goal of the day here from the spot this time. That was the first of his four goal haul. It was all one way traffic here and the Sands keeper played a blinder saving numerous one on one’s. Robert Garrison, Lee Owen, Finley Moore and Calvin Moore also getting on the sheet.
Stockton United 5 Bishops Tachbrook Reserves 1
Lewis Califano led the way here. Scoring two from the spot and sealing his hat-trick with a third from open play. Jon Cleaver and Adam Thomas providing the other goals. United remain in second spot.
Warwick Boar 11 Napton 1
Marc Passey with a fistful (5) led the way here. Adam Edward and Steve Nollett had a brace each, James Williams and Giovanni Turturici got the others. Christopher Watts with the Napton consolation from the spot with 20 minutes to go. Boar sit top of the Table with their 100% record intact.
Whitnash United 5 HRI Wellesbourne Reserves 2
The Veg boys held the lead at Half time through strikes by James Smith and Jordan White. Kyle Needham had pulled Whitnash back into it on 39 minutes. Whitnash took the points with four second half goals without reply. Paul Abhishek , George Whitehead , Harry Easterlow and Brandon Tatlow in stoppage time securing the points for Whitnash.