26 Premier Division Goal Fest

Redditch & South Warwickshire Football Combination

Last Updated: Sep 29, 2016 09:21pm
Abbey, Redditch
By Amanda Steward
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So the end of September is coming closer but the goal scoring is carrying on. 26 goals in the Premier Division today in 6 games. Golden Cross beat Lodge Park 2-0 in their game with Ben White and Rhys Whitehouse securing themselves on the score sheet.  
AFC Lions enjoyed their first win of the season with a massive 7-2 win over SO Goose Greenlands. Richard Tyler bagged 4 of their 7 goals. 
Beoley Village scored 5 against Shakespeare Studley and kept a clean sheet with 2 goals each by Sean Meek and Florin Lupu. The game was even during the first half with Beoley scoring their 1st goal. After the half time the further 4 goals were scored with three of them from their own half. 
Redditch Cross beat SCC Redolence 4-2 with thanks to James Priddle's two goals helping them on their way. 
New Woodland Cottage beat Studley Swan 3-1  with their man of the match Dave Mahon scoring their second through a crowded penalty area. 
The Worcester Sunday Premier Cup kicked off today with 5 of our teams being involved. Austin Ex Apprentices showed that their high class is not just for our league after they beat last years National Cup finalists Hallow 13-0 with another 8 being scored by Andy Nicol.
South Redditch held Upton Snodsbury at 1-1 to take the game into penalties which they sadly lost in and VKL Utd lost 5-2 to Woodside. Redditch Town lost to Northfield Athletic 10-1 and CBH Fasteners met Black Horse and were sadly knocked out by them after loosing 3-1. 

Results Sunday 25 September
Worcester Sunday Premier Cup

VKL Utd 2 Woodside 5
CBH Fasteners 1 Black Horse 3
Austin Ex Apps 13 Hallow 0
South Redditch 1 Upton Snodsbury 1 - Upton Snodsbury won 5-3 on penalties
Northfield Ath 10 Redditch Town 1

Premier Division
Lodge Park 0 Golden Cross 2 (Ben White, Rhys Whitehouse)

AFC Lions 7 (Richard Tyler 4, John Pearson, Dave Hill, Josh Watts) SO Goose Greenlands 2 ( Aiden Jones, Liam Rennie-Jeffries)
Beoley Village 5 (Sean Meek 2, Florin Lupu 2, Mario Protagonist) Shakespeare Studley 0
SCC Redolence 2 (Tim Lees, Jordan Price) Redditch Cross 4 (James Priddle 2, Tom Johnson-Hoskop, Corey Chambers)
Studley Swan 1 (Sean Bowden) New Woodland Cottage 3 (Scott Harbon, Dave Mahon! Dimitri Wilkinson)

Fixtures Sunday 2 October 2016

Premier Division
Lodge Park v Austin Ex Apprentices
SO Goose Greenlands v New Woodland Cottage
AFC Lions v Redditch Cross
Beoley Village v South Redditch
Shakespeare Studley v Golden Cross
SCC Redolence v Redditch Town
Studley Swan v CBH Fasteners


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