RESULTS – Redditch and South Warwickshire Combination Football League - The Droitwich Standard

RESULTS – Redditch and South Warwickshire Combination Football League

Droitwich Editorial 9th May, 2023 Updated: 9th May, 2023   0

Results – Sunday, April 7


AFC Thomas Brothers 1-3 Quinton Athletic

AFC Thomas Brothers: Robert Barnett

Quinton Athletic: Liam Truslove, Anton Gardner Bennett, Jack O’Donnell


Austin Ex Apprentices 3-1 Catshill

Catshill: Sam Wright


Rubery Athletico 10-0 VKL United

Rubery Athletico: Kedeiah Warren-Paul 3, Rob Shaw 2, David Anani, Ryan Slevin, Jake Wicketts, Jack Wilson, Mitchell Mansfield



Astwood FC 13-0 Queens Head

Astwood FC: Owen Fisher 4, Jacob King 4, Josh Russell, Tom Bowen, Jack Grinnell, Aaron Benton, Ash Wilson


League 1

Frankley United 1-5 Hizza United

Frankley United: Joe Wathen

Hizza United: Matt Dyson 3, Martin Young, Jake Walker


Churchfields 1-3 Redditch Borough LA

Churchfields: Wiktor Gross

Redditch Borough LA: Harvey Streeter 3


League 2

Rubery Memorial 5-2 Astwood FC Reds

Rubery Memorial: Daniel Bramwell 2, Jack Robinson, Connor Chipman, John Wooldridge

Astwood FC Reds: Tommy Fergie, Faisal Wahed


South Birmingham Activ 5-0 Redditch Town

South Birmingham Activ: Ellis Reilly 2, Daniel Fogarty, Rory Milbourne, David Marsh


Dick Parsons Cup Final

Headless Cross 0-4 FC Arrow Spa


Jim Fleeman Cup Final

Rednal Bilbao 3-1 Bromsgrove Rangers


Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup Final

New Chequers (2020) 2-0 Redditch Borough JW



In the Premiership, Quinton Athletic won 3-1 at AFC Thomas Brothers whilst Austin Ex Apprentices triumphed by the same scoreline against Catshill.

In the latter game, Catshill missed a penalty late on before Austin sealed the points with a last gasp goal whilst champions Rubery Athletico hammered VKL United 10-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Kedeiah Warren-Paul.

And in the Championship, Astwood posted their biggest ever win with a 13-0 victory against Queens Head as Owen Fisher and Jacob King both scored four goals to keep the home side above the relegation zone with three games left to play.

In League 1, Hizza moved up to third in the table after a 5-1 win against Frankley United as Matt Dyson netted a hat-trick whilst Redditch Borough secured a 3-1 success against Churchfields as Harvey Streeter scored a treble.

And in League 2, Rubery Memorial remain in the title picture with a 5-2 win against Astwood FC Reds but remain behind leaders South Birmingham Activ who thrashed Redditch Town 5-0.

In the Dick Parsons Cup final, FC Arrow Spa claimed another piece of silverware with a 4-0 victory against Headless Cross.

And in the Jim Fleeman Cup final, Jim’s sons Scott and Paul presented the trophies as Rednal Bilbao beat Bromsgrove Rangers 3-1 to win their second trophy of the year.

Lastly, Redditch Borough JW put in a valiant effort as they were beaten 2-0 by New Chequers (2020) in the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup final.

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