Match Day Report - Week Seven

Nuneaton & District Sunday Football League

Match Day
Report - Week 7.

Match Day 7 (October 3rd 2021) Report


Whitestone have opened up a three-point gap at the top of Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two thanks to a 4-1 win over Acorn. Dave Ison scored two of the goals, but the pick was a bullet header from Luke Edwards in a win which takes them ahead of SS Bulls Head. 

Red Lion Sapcote and Attleboro Sports share top spot in Nuneaton Trophies & Giftware division three after both recorded wins. Red Lion beat CJ’s 3-1. Reece Grant’s curling effort made up the CJ’s reply, while Attleboro Sports went on to beat Haunchwood Sports 2-1. Attleborough are up to fifth thanks to their 3-1 win over  Liam Potter scored two of the Attleboro goals, Tom Holland the other. 

Grendon now have a six-point lead at the top of Bond Street Trophies Premier Division after they beat defending champions Frank Parker 8-0. Luke Tyler, Charlie Barritt and David Boal all scored twice, Craig Madden and James Yardley added the singles. Fuzzy Duck led 2-0 through two Alex Moore goals but were pegged back by efforts from Dale Morris and an overhead kick from Liam Brown to share the points in a 2-2 draw with Haunchwood. Ashley Gray and Ryan Ball both found the net for Ridge Lane as they beat Hartshill Sports 2-1. Toby Bartram scored the Hartshill goal. Shaun Clarke and Jordan Coles were in target for Witherley Utd as they climb into third spot thanks to a 2-1 win over Lamb & Flag. 

Drayton Res are joint leaders of EJ Group Ltd Division One thanks to their 4-2 win over Bedworth Liberals Res. Josh Coates-Jarman bagged four goals for Griff & Coton Manor as they beat Bedworth Conservatives 6-2 to take over third spot. Jack Price and Ben Covill scored the others. Sam Bircher, Sam Jones, Aaron Wicket, Joe Smith-Walker, Paul Harrison, and Joe Nightingale all found the net for Chetwynd Phoenix. 

Bedworth Bank maintained their lead at the top of Raihan’s Indian Takeaway Division Four with a 4-2-win over Attleboro Sports Res. Joe Joe Wilson bagged a hat trick for Bedworth Bank, James Harris scored the other, George Bassett and Mark Brough replied for Attleboro Sports Res. Coniston sit a point behind in second after they beat Bermuda Park 7-1 while Grendon Res 5-2 win over Red Lion Barwell takes them into fourth spot.