Round of the Tribune Cup Sponsored by Stuart Plumbing Supplies took place this week with the competition making a
welcome return after being cancelled for the last two seasons because of the
Covid restrictions imposed on local football.
Bermuda Park were the days top
scorers but had to come from behind twice in the first half before running away
with it in the second and beat LNFC 18 10-2. Afar Limbu and Ryan Healy both
scored twice, Ben Butler, Stu Pearson, Hayden King, Abdullah Sheikh, Dipen Gurung
and Jake Saville added the singles. Chris Camwell bagged four goals for Trent
Valley as they beat Sunnyside Inn 6-2. Regan Duffy ad Daniel Cassidy scored the
Liam Eliot and Jack Edwards both scored twice for Whitestone as they
beat Attleboro Sports 5-2. Brandon Hook scored the other Whitestone goal. Adam
Hearn also scored twice, this time for Barwell Cricketers, but they eventually
went down 5-2 to Collycroft Royal Oak Warriors. James Harris collected a double
for Bedworth Bank as they booked a round two place with a 5-0 win over CJ’s
Athletic. Joe Joe Wilson, David Orton, and sub-Mason McCurry completed the
scoring. Nathan McInnes and Declan McCauley both found the net for Swan Dive as
they beat Phoenix Utd 2-0, while Alex Franklin, Aaron Moore and Ryan Oswald all
found the net for Stoneycroft Utd as they beat Coniston Tavern 3-0.
scored twice for Griff & Coton Manor as they progressed thanks to a 6-0 win
over Red Lion Sapcote. Andrew Ratcliffe, Michael Meacham, Perry Tonks, and Joe Betteridge
completed the scoring. Kaine Finch and Lewis Alleston both found the net for SS
Bulls Head but eventually went down 7-2 to Bedworth Travellers.
have a nine-point lead at the top of Bond St Trophies Hinckley Premier One
thanks to a 3-0 win over Ridge Lane. Charlie Barritt, James Yardley, and Luke
Tyler all found the net for the leaders. Poplar take over third spot thanks to
their 2-1 win over Frank Parker while Witherley occupy fourth place after they
drew 3-3 with Haunchwood Sports. Reece Johnson, Jordan Coles, and Connor Gudger
scored the Witherley goals. Fuzzy Duck also drew 3-3 as they took on Drayton.
Lee Waters bagged a couple for Fuzzy Duck, Todd Howley the other.
have a six-point lead at the top of EJ Group Ltd Division One after they beat Chetwynd
Phoenix 4-3. Aaron Wickett, Eliot Chamberlain, and Ethan Meadows scored the
are now top of Raihna’s Indian Takeaway Division Four after two goals from Lee
Grogan and singles from Steve Jakovlevs and Jack Burrows gave them a 4-1 win
over Attleboro Sports Res.