Premier Sides Did Not Disappoint

Redditch & South Warwickshire Football Combination

Last Updated: Apr 4, 2016 08:23pm
Abbey, Redditch
By Amanda Steward
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Sunday 3 April 2016

With only 2 games played in the Premier today, the four teams did not disappoint with the tally of goals – 16 in all.  Austin Ex Apps carried on their winning ways from the Keith Turner Cup Final on Thursday by beating Millfield Rovers 8-0. A hat trick from Deeming and 2 from Griffin helped them on their way.  OKH FC beat CBH Fasteners 6-2 with Elliot Nash scoring 4 of their 6 goals.

In Division 1 the goals were also in high demand with Redolence Park beating Beoley Village 3-0 with the two Seager brothers both scoring 1 each, Studley Railway beating Rubery Legends 5-2 with a hat-trick for Studley Railway from R Rignall and Winyates Wanderers beating Redditch Cross 5-0.

We now have the Jim Fleeman Cup Final decided after New Woodland Cottage and South Redditch were the winners of their games respectively.  New Woodland Cottage from Division 1 beat Rubery Bridge from the Premier division to secure their place in the final. South Redditch were held 1-1 by Red Lion and the game was taken to penalties before they secured their Final place, which they won 5-4. Well done to both teams. The final will be played on Thursday 21 April, 7pm KO at Studley Football Club.

In Group 1 of the Subsidiary Cup Royal Oak beat AFC Lion 7-1 with AFC Lion being down to 10 men for 85 minutes. The game was tight at half time with the match being 1-0 however it all changed in the second half where a further 7 goals were scored.

We would like to say a huge congratulations to Black Horse who won their WFA Sunday Premier Cup Final match 4-1 against Hallow.


Black Horse – WFA Sunday Premier Cup Winners 2016

Results Sunday 3 April 2016

Premier Division

Austin Ex Apps 8 (Deeming 3, Griffin 2, I Spink, McGrath, A Nicol) Millfield Rovers 0

CBH 2 (Daniel Thornton, Sean Parish) OKH FC 6 (Elliot Nash 4, Alex Fleming, Joe Howes)

Division 1

Redolence Park 3 (Neil Seager, Andy Seager, Tim Lees) Beoley Village 0

Studley Railway 5 (R Rignall 3, G Bailes, OG) Rubery Legends 2 (J Teevis 2)

Winyates Wanderers 5 (Dave Phelan, Ben Rogers, Lee Bourke, Rob Stewart, Ivale Karov) Redditch Cross 0

Jim Fleeman Cup – Semi Final

New Woodland Cottage 5 (Adam Crombie 3, Alex Bibb, Bradley Hawtin) Rubery Bridge 3 (Oli Birchill 2, Kane Birchill)

South Redditch 1 (Garry Farmer) Red Lion 1 (Mitchell Sutor) South Redditch won 5-4 on Penalties

Subsidiary Cup – Group 1

Royal Oak 7 (Myles Jones 5, Ash Wilson 2) AFC Lions 1 (Jamie Taylor)

WFA Sunday Premier Cup Final

Hallow 1 – Black Horse 4


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