NDSFL WEEKLY REPORTS

  

Weekly Reports 2019-2020

Andrew Baggott


Weekly Report - Sunday September 15th 2019


Ambush FC are joint top of the Cannon Sports Premier One, level on point with Hartshill after the first three games of the season. This week Ambush overwhelmed TNT 27-0 with Andrew Ewen scoring eight and Ashley Piper 7. Robbie Pringle weighed in with another 4, Lee Mullins 3, Luke Bonds 2, Johnny Horton and Charlie Cooke the singles. Hartshill bagged five as they beat Weddington Thistle 5-0. Declan Doherty and Jack Birdill both found the net for Poplar as they beat Haunchwood 2-0 to move into fourth, while Danny Moreton scored both Lamb & Flag goals as they beat Grendon 2-1. Drayton took three points from a 2-0 win over Frank Parker.

 

Ridge Lane’s 4-0 victory against Bedworth Liberals sees them top EJ Group Ltd Division One, Lewis Cummins bagged a hat trick, Alex Naughton the other. Ryan Alsopp and Alec Cullen both found the net for Bedworth Conservatives as they drew 2-2 with second placed Ambleside, while goals from Troy Baker, Ross Thacker and Sam Brown helped Bulkington Poppy’s to a 3-1 win over Acorn. Bull & Anchor’s 2-1 win over Drayton Res where Kieran Ramsey and Liam Holmes scored the goals, takes them into sixth. Attleboro Fox opened their league account thanks to a 3-2 win over Witherley United.

 

Three teams share the lead at the top of Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two. Collycroft are top on goals difference which received a boost from a 5-1 win over Ridge Lane Res. Jamie Matthews scored a hat trick for Collycroft, Jordan Vallis the other two. Two goals from Scott Hall and singles from Luke Ginelly, Honest Ndlovu and Tom Holland helped Nuneaton Boro Sunday to a 5-2 win over Crows Nest Sports and second spot ahead of Chetwynd Phoenix who thanks to goals from David Wanja, Luc Stringer and Sam Jones, beat Coniston Tavern 3-2. Tyler Beeson scored twice for Fuzzy Duck as they eased to a 6-0 win over Bedworth Liberals Res. Guy Blisset, Dale Badge, Lee Brown and Todd Howley scored the others. Chris Gummery scored a hat trick for FC Miners to help them to a 5-1 win over Ambleside Res. Jack Moreton and Lewis Collins added the singles.

 

Saunders Hall stay top of Nuneaton Trophies & Giftware Division Three despite drawing 2-2 with Sunnyside. Jason Daffern gave Sunnyside the lead with Craig Dicken then saving a penalty for Sunnyside but he could stop the next one which provided the Saunders equaliser. Saunders then took the lead but Ollie Parks replied for Sunnyside to share the points. Windmill’s 2-0 win over Attleboro Sports lefts them into second while The Whitestone sit third after beat FC Miners Res 4-1. Griff & Coton drew 22 with White Lion Bulkington and Chetwynd Phoenix, lost 2-1 at Lord Nelson 2018. Jade Linnett gave FAC Barn the early lead against Crows Nest Utd but they hit back through Adam Day 2 and Dean Rust to help them to a 4-1 win. 


Weekly Report - Sunday September 8th 2019

Poplar Athletic began their defence of the Nuneaton Telegraph Cup with a 3-1 win over FC Atack as the first round of this season’s competition kicked off. Nick Harrison, Declan Docherty and Danny Taylor all found the net for Poplar with Aden Moore replying for FC Atack. Weddington Thistle, winners in 2017-18 also started with a win. Adam Bannister bagged a hat trick as they beat AFC Barn 7-0. Ross Proudlock, Alex Moore and Alex Evans were among the other scorers. 


Four time winners Frank Parker were among the goals beating Ashby Road Sports 14-0. Chris Camwell scored six of them, Ian Robertson 3, Steve Pywell 2, Lewis Davis, Kyle Crawford and Jake Saville the others. Michael Sadler scored twice for Collycroft Royal Oak as they went on to beat Bedworth Travellers 5-1. Jamie Matthews, Jordan Vallis and Kyle Aubrey also finding the net.  A hat trick from Tom Holland helped Nuneaton Boro Sunday to a 6-3 win over Lord Nelson as they booked a round 2 spot. Alex Lock bagged a couple more, Honest Ndlovu the single.  Gavin Harding’s brace of goals for Bedworth Conservatives helped them to a 7-4 win over Chetwynd Phoenix. Ryan Alsop, Ben Court, Dean Reeves, Wayne Hester and Jay Schofield all added singles. Witherley Utd beat Sunnyside 3-0, Fuzzy Duck overcame White Lion Bulkington 14-2 and Attleboro Fox edged passed FC Miners 5-4.

 

Coventry Empire are two from two at the top of Cannon Sports Premier One after they beat Grendon 1-0. Ambush are close behind in second thanks to their 9-1 win over Bedworth Sports while Hartshill Sports occupy third spot, also unbeaten, after they beat Lamb & Flag 6-2.

 

Rob Airdrie bagged a hat trick for Acorn as they went on to beat Ambleside 4-2 and move into mid table in The EJ Group Ltd Division One. Mark Mulholland scored their other goal.

 

Both games in Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two end in 1-1 draws. Shane Hunter scored for Coniston as they drew with Ridge Lane Res and take over top spot. Ambleside Res and Bedworth Libs Res also shared the points.

 

Saunders Hall’s 2-1 win over Windmill sees them open up a two point gap at the top of Nuneaton Trophy's & Giftware Division Three. Bradley Lewis netted a hat trick for Bull & Anchor Res as they moved into second spot thanks to a 7-3 win over FC Miners Res. Reece Rawlings 2, Reigan Duffy and Adam Louth completed the scoring. Daniel Lewis scored twice for third placed Chetwynd Phoenix Res as they went on to beat Attleboro Sports 4-2. Luc Stringer and Jon Arshad scored the other Chetwynd goals. Griff & Coton Manor and The Whitestone shared the points in a 0-0 draw.


Weekly Report - Sunday September 1st 2019

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Drayton FC Reserves - The EJ Group Ltd Division One

Goals galore this week on the opening day of the new season and a number of new clubs joining the Sunday League. One of them, Coventry Empire, were the day’s top scorers in Cannon Sports Premier One after they beat TNT 13-1. Rhys Deehan bagged five of those goals, Liam Davis added a hat trick. Sam Jackson 2, James Hughes, Liam Rock and Martin Murphy the others. 


Grendon sit in second spot thanks to their 6-0 win over Bedworth Sports while Joe Miles scored twice for Poplar Athletic as they beat Lamb & Flag 4-0. Ambush another new side, came from 3-0 down against Haunchwood to win 4-3 and collect maximum points while Hartshill Sports and Weddington Thistle both opened their accounts with 2-1 wins. Hartshill beat Frank Parker while Brady Middleton and Ross Krupa hit the target for Weddington as they beat Drayton.

 

Ridge Lane top the early EJ Group Ltd Division One table thanks to their 8-2 win over Acorn. Connor McEwan scored five of their goals, Lewis Cummins added a brace, Danny Palmer the single. Ambleside sit second after they beat Attleboro Fox 6-3 while two goals from Jack Colley and Aden Moore helped FC Atack to a 6-4 win over Bull & Anchor. Kieran Lawton and Jonathan Sayer completed the FC Atack scoring. Witherley United lie fourth after they beat Drayton Res 4-2 while Bedworth Liberals came from behind early in their game with Bulkington Poppys to eventually win 4-3. Matthew God scored twice for Poppys, Liam Elliott the other goal. Adam Cooksley scored for Bedworth Conservatives as they shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Bedworth Travellers.

 

Collycroft Royal Oak enjoyed a 5-2 win over FC Miners to top the early Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two table. Tom Holland’s hat trick for Nuneaton Borough Sunday helped them to a 4-1 win over Ambleside Res. Honest Ndlovu scored the other Borough goal. Shane Hunter, Denzil Richards and Jason Fletcher all found the net for Coniston as they went on to beat Fuzzy Duck 3-1. Josh Till and Jack Norman both found the net for Chetwynd Phoenix in their 2-0 win over Ridge Lane Res.

 

Two teams who were on the wrong end of results last season have started this season very differently in Nuneaton Trophies & Giftware Division Three. Saunders Hall top the early table after they beat FC Miners Res 7-2, while Windmill picked up three points from a 6-1 win over Lord Nelson 2018. Attleboro Sports scored six as they beat White Lion Bulkington 6-2 while Griff & Coton Manor won 2-1 as they took on Crows Nest Utd. J Linnet bagged a brace for AFC Barn, J Gregg and Jason Swaine added singles as they drew their opening game 4-4 with Sunnyside Inn after earlier holding a 4-2 lead. Alex Chinn bagged a hat trick in reply for Sunnyside with Phill Edwards adding the single. Ashby Road Sports also the points in their game with The Whitestone.  Ashby Road’s Harry Wileman forced an own goal to give Ashby the lead which was doubled by James Heathcote heading in Alex Ball’s cross. A penalty towards the end ensured the points were shared. Jon Arshad hit the target for Chetwynd Phoenix Res who drew 1-1 with Bull & Anchor Res.  

 

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Witherley Utd FC - The EJ Group Ltd Division One

  

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