Weekly Round -up Week 6

By Mark Rowlatt

All the results and goals from the matches this weekend.

Weekly Round-up for Sunday 10 October 2021. We start with the Cup matches and that means the Tracey Thomas Challenge Cup 2021-22 - Preliminary Round

Cubbington FC 3 Stockton 1
Luke Swinnerton with a brace before 32 minutes had set Cubbington on their way. A strike from Ben Rowan shortly after the re-start pretty much sealed the deal. Stockton fought back but the only consolation was a solitary goal from Leon Sutton. Cubbington into the next round.

Harbury 1 HRI Wellesbourne 1

Charlie Mitchell struck first for the Veg boys but a late strike by Dean Pugh , with only twenty minutes to go made it all square. So to spot kicks.
Harbury win 4 - 3 on penalties and progress into the next round.

Kenilworth Royal Oak 3 Heathcote Athletic 5
Oak were 3 – 2 up with only 26 minutes to play. They fell behind to strikes from Kristoffer Burbury and Owen Davies inside half an hour. Oak then bounced back and were level through Liam Brown and Cem Yildiz and then up popped Jacob Whitmore to give them the lead. Two minutes later and Heathcote were level . Seven minutes after that and Heathcote were back in front and two minutes into stoppage time James Bye sealed the win.
Heathcote go into the hat for the next round.

Long Itchington Reserves 6 Foresters 5
The Long men took a commanding first half lead through strikes from Joe Rose, Kieran Seagar , Lewis Brown and Pepe Fernandez. Tom Hackett pulled one back but the writing was on the wall. Cale Sunner restored the four goal advantage but within four minutes The Woodmen had pulled another one back through Adam Smith. Joe Stefani-Rogers then popped up to restore the four goal advantage but time was running out fast. The long men faltered and in an amazing 18 minute spell the Woodsmen scored three without reply. Ben Harris, Hackett for his second and Dan Brown all notched but with only two minutes left on the clock it was too late.
Long Itch Res go into the next round.

Wellesbourne Wanderers 2 Khalsa Reserves 1
Lewis Timms struck to give Khalsa the lead midway through the first half. Wanderers left it late and goals from Aaron Mobley and Henry Ford in the last 25 minutes were enough to take the tie. Wellesbourne into the next round.

We move on to the first round proper of The Tracey Thomas Challenge Cup 2021-22

Bulldog 8 HRI Wellesbourne 1
This started as a slow burner. The only goal in the first half from Mark Hickey on twelve minutes. It became a raging Bulldog as the goals crashed in. Hickey grabbed a second three minutes after the break. Luke Sangha replied two minutes later but the tide had already turned. Kyle Needham , Taylor Forrest and Abhishek Paul all struck in an eighteen minute spell. Paul grabbed his second 5 minutes later , Hickey then struck for his hat –trick and Paul added another for hisd hat-trick with five minutes to go. Bulldog into the next round.

Ettington Rovers 5 Sporting Club de Stratford 3

Sporting took the lead here through Charlie Stevens on eleven minutes. Amine Bouhall had Ettington level four minutes later. Within 3 minutes Ettington took the lead through Kyle Nicholls and it was always going in one direction from then on. Jordan Robinson, Carl Taylor and Glen Matthew all struck before half time to give Ettington complete control. Sporting fought back in the second half but a late 70th minute consolation from William Heward was the only consolation.
Ettington go into the next round.

Leamington Hibernian Reserves 5 AFC Warwick 1
Equal fastest goal of the day here and it was from George Ferridge for AFC in the first minute. Harry Davies levelled midway through the half. AFC then repeated that trick in the second half when Melvinino Mauritson got on the scoresheet a minute after the re-start to give AFC the advantage again. Hibs picked up the pace in the second half and in a ten minute spell James Hancocks and Scott Hammond had brought them level. Less than ten minutes later and Hammond had his second and Connor Mort wrapped things up with fifteen minutes to go. Hibs reserves go into the next round.

Radford Semele Social Club 3 Chadwick End 3
Brad McKinty and David Ramsey had given Radford a two goal advantage by half time. Oliver Senior pulled one back after the break but Paul Wilkinson restored the two goal advantage . Chadwick looked done for but two goals in the last 15 minutes from Terrance Morton and Mark Turner had Chadwick level with only three minutes left to play.
So to penalty kicks.
Chadwick End win 4 - 5 on penalties.
Chadwick through to the next round.

Real Barston 1 Leamington Hibs 9 (nine)
Hibs dominated this one and a Jason Smith strike at the end was the only consolation for Barston. Hibs were two up inside ten minutes through David Jones and Connor Carson . Carson went on to score a hat-trick and Jones a brace. Kyle King also bagged a brace and Jack Marsden got an odd one. Pick of the bunch though was from Hibs keeper Ryan Mason who came out for the last ten minutes and following a great run and a superb finish ended the day with a smile on his face!
Hibs into the next round.

Southam Sporting 2 Napton 11 (eleven)
Eric Stanley with a brace for Southam but Napton dominated this one. Chris Watts led the scoring with a hat-trick in twelve minutes. Connor Keating grabbed a brace. The rest were shared around with Joe Merry , Jamie Clements, Blair Girvin, Will Bradbury, Harry Norton and Patryk Harasymowicz.
Napton go into the hat.

Warwick Printing 5 Sporting Foresters 1

Scott O'Loughlin with the equal fastest goal of the day here for the Printers. Danny Brierley added a brace in a two minute spell before half time. Craig Williams and Joshua Cope rounded the scoring off in the last 15 minutes.
The Printers go into the next round.

Whitnash Sports & Social Club 0 Princethorpe 7 (seven)

This was the Callum Carsley show as he went nap (5). Jake Allies –Proctor and Sam Rose with the other goals.
Princethorpe into the hat for the next round.

That’s all for Cup action this week and we move on to League fixtures now. We start in Division 2

Dynamo Leamington 4 Engine FC 7
A right ding dong battle here as the goals popped in . Ash Rowley kicked it off on six minutes for Dynamo, swiftly followed two minutes later by Ryan Woodward to make it 2 – 0. Jordan Simpson and Matthew Wright then made it all square again , only for Daniel Blohm to nudge Dynamo back in front. Three minutes later and an own goal once again made it all square. Only five goals in the second half but four went to Engine who piled on the pressure . Steven Evans, Stanley Moss and a brace from Lewis Barry doing the damage. Woodward got his second later on but Engine had the points tucked away.

On to Division 4

Kenilworth Wardens 3 Cubbington Albion 3
It looked as though the points were going to Cubbington but two late strikes from Toby Wells gave Wardens a share of the spoils. Harry Morris with the other Wardens goal. A Ryan Yearsley brace and one from Billy Gatfield the Cubbington marksmen.

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