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RESULTS – Redditch and South Warwickshire Combination Football League

Droitwich Editorial 22nd Nov, 2022   0

Results – Sunday, November 20


Catshill 2-6 Austin Ex Apprentices



Meadow Park 7-1 Queens Head

Meadow Park: Xavier Symonds 2, Jack Yarwood, Ben Evans, Jack Peplow, James Clayton, Rivel Mardenborough

Queens Head: Harry Heaselgrave


Redditch Borough JW 5-2 Abbeydale

Redditch Borough JW: Jamie Walsh 3, Jake Donnelly, Kian Shanley

Abbeydale: Dave Phelan 2


League 1

Oasthouse Athletic 2-2 Frankley United

Frankley United: Joe Hunter, Joe Wathen


League 2

Rubery Memorial 0-1 FC Redditch

FC Redditch: Shane Kelleher


South Birmingham Activ 3-3 Red Star Bromsgrove

South Birmingham Activ: Lee Jagger, Daniel Connolly, Ellis Reilly

Red Star Bromsgrove: Tom Hales 2, James Palmer


Redditch Town 7-1 Bartley Reds B

Redditch Town: Ryan Sproston 4, Matt Smith, Rob Stevenson, Brandon Dews

Bartley Reds B: Regan Nash


Terry Cup

Headless Cross 11-0 Catshill Rangers

Headless Cross: John Manison 3, Jordan Street 2, Ellis Kalach 2, Louie Porter, Jordan Lorrison, Ant McNally, Ade McNally



AFC Walkwood and Feckenham 5-0 Crusaders

AFC Walkwood and Feckenham: Jack Cole 3, Finley Ebanks, own goal


Hunt Crane Cup

Astwood FC Reds 8-4 Stoke Prior

Astwood FC Reds: Paul McCarthy 3, Faisal Wahed, Tim Bowman, Reilly Jobson, Will Cater, Sean Connelly

Stoke Prior: Mark Edwards 2, Callum Reid, Nick Baker


Dick Parsons Cup

Churchfields 0-14 FC Arrow Spa

FC Arrow Spa: Shay Palmer 6, Jake Staunton 3, Nathan Benson, Billy Garvey, Dan Jarvis, Lewis Burford, Owen Brough


SSS Lions 0-2 Hizza United 2 (Harry Nicholls, Jake Browning)

Hizza United: Harry Nicholls, Jake Browning


BCFA Roger Wood Memorial Cup

GXNG 1-2 Quinton Athletic 2


Bromsgrove Charity Junior Cup

AFC Thomas Brothers 2-2 Arrow Valley (Arrow Valley won 4-3 on penalties)

VKL United 3-1 Beoley Village



In the Premiership, Austin Ex Apprentices beat Catshill 6-2 to leapfrog Rubery Athletico who played in the cup.

In the Championship, Meadow Park secured their first league win of the season beating Queens Head 7-1 with Xavier Symonds scoring twice.

Redditch Borough JW beat Abbeydale 5-2 to move up to second in the table, helped by a Jamie Walsh hat-trick.

And in the only game in League 1, Oasthouse played out a 2-2 draw with Frankley United.

In League 2 FC Redditch beat Rubery Memorial 1-0 and Redditch Town beat Bartley Reds 7-1 with another four goals from Ryan Sproston.

And there was also a 3-3 thriller between South Birmingham Activ and Red Star Bromsgrove.

In the Terry Cup third round, Headless Cross beat Catshill Rangers 11-0 with a John Manison hat-trick and two goals each from Jordan Street and Ellis Kalach to secure a quarter-final place.

In the BSA Cup first round, AFC Walkwood and Feckenham beat Crusaders 5-0 with another Jack Cole hat-trick helping them through.

In the Hunt Crane Cup, Astwood FC Reds beat Stoke Prior 8-3 to book a place in the semi-finals helped by a Paul McCarthy hat-trick.

Some 16 goals were scored in the Dick Parsons Cup as AFC Arrow Spas beat Churchfields 14-0 with Shay Palmer scoring six goals and Jake Staunton scoring a hat-trick.

In the other match, Hizza United beat SSS Lions 2-0 with the former advancing to the quarter-finals.

In external cups, Quinton Athletic have progressed to the next stage in the BCFA Roger Wood Memorial Cup after beating GXNG FC 2-0 from the Coventry Sunday League.

And in the Bromsgrove Charity Junior Cup there were wins for Arrow Valley, who beat AFC Thomas Brothers 4-3 on penalties after the score finished 2-2 after 90 minutes, and VKL United who saw off Beoley Village 3-1.

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