stay out in front at the top of Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two
after they beat Crows Nets Sports 8-3. Todd Lovett bagged a hat trick for Whitestone,
Jack Edwards 2, Adam Barber, Rob Ison and Dave Ison scored the others. Collycroft
Royal Oak Warriors moved into second spot after they beat Barwell Cricketers
6-1. Acorn leapfrogged over Barwell Cricketers after they beat SS Bulls Head
7-5. Doubles from Jordan White & Ryan White, with singles from Steve Merry,
Ben Makins and Darren Burrage sealed the points with SS Bulls Head centre back
Andy Wainscott scored three of the Bulls Head goals, Darren Page and Josh
Atkinson added the singles.
Jody Green and Liam Fisher all found the net for Athletico Duke as they went on
to beat Swan Dive 3-1. Jordan Cook scored the Swan Dive goal.
moved up a place in Bond St Trophies Hinckley Premier One after they beat
Witherley United 3-2. Chanda Mulenga scored twice for Parker’s, Richard Jones
the other. Jordan Coles and Shaun Clarke replied for Witherley. Toby Bartram
found the net for Hartshill Sports as they shared the points in a 1-1 draw with
The top of
the table clash in EJ Group Ltd Division One between Griff & Coton Manor
and Hansom Cabs ended all square at 2-2. Rogue Elite moved into second spot on
goal difference after they beat Chetwynd Phoenix 3-2. Lewis Hopewell, Jack Joyce,
and Don Hendrie scored the Rogue Elite goals, Josh Till and Dan Laws replied
for Chetwynd. Bedworth Travellers consolidated their mid table spot with a 4-2
win over Bedworth Liberals, with Konnor Frankum (2) and singles from Brad McKenzie
and Ben Cole netting for Travellers.
Callum Harrison & Kelvin Etheridge replied for the Liberals.
missed the chance to take over top spot in Nuneaton Trophies & Giftware
Division Three when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Ambleside. Scott Crozier
was on target for Ambleside, with Steven Pywell replying for the Inn. Attleboro
FC enjoyed a 4-0 win over CJ’s Athletic while gaols from Kyle Olner, Jared
Atkins and substitute Craig Morris earned Haunchwood Sports Res a share of the
points in a 3-3 draw with Red Lion Sapcote. Tom Hall, Luke Moore, and Braydon
Yorke replied for Red Lion Sapcote.
The top two
in Raihan’s Indian Takeaway Division Four both won to extend their advantage at
the top. Leaders Grendon Res beat White Hart 4-1, with goals from Charlie Gilks, Lloyd Story, Jamie King and Steven Jakovlevs. While Coniston Tavern beat Tarro
Lounge Caterpillar 6-4. Matthew Skragga bagged four goals for Griff & Coton
Manor Res as they beat Red Lion Barwell 5-1. Darren Hodge scored the other
Griff goal, Riley Poxon scored the Red Lion goal.