September 28th, 2016

Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination round-up

Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination round-up Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination round-up

CBH FASTENERS will face OKH Sporting Dynamo in the final of the BSA Cup after claiming a narrow 4-3 victory over South Redditch.

After 90 minutes of football saw the scores locked at 3-3, CBH netted the winning goal in extra-time to progress to the final.

Chris Parish netted a hat-trick for CBH with Gary Walker completing their scoring.

Daniel Gaffney scored all three of Redditch’s goals.

The other cup game of the weekend came in the Evesham Hospital Cup where Studley Railway enjoyed a 4-2 victory over Bear FC.

Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division leaders OKH sporting Dynamo maintained their position at the top with a 6-3 victory over Lodge Park thanks to two goals from Elliot Nash and strikes from Richard Sullivan, Michael Skerrett, Chris Tranter and Steve Payne.

Third place Black Horse returned to league action with a bang following a four month absence due to cup duties by putting Millfield Rovers to the sword in a 7-1 win.

Dan Carter netted twice while Robbie Bunn, David Edwards, Steve Roche, Sean Brain and Robbie Agar also got on the scoresheet for Black Horse.

Shane Smith netted Rovers’ consolation.

In Division One, Redditch Cross threw away a 4-1 lead with only 30 minutes remaining to lose 6-4 to Beoley Village.

Nathan Hurley and Sean Meek starred for Village after netting hat-tricks, while James Priddle (2), Matt Morris and Steve Rossiter got on the scoresheet for Cross.

Redolence Park came out on top in a 10-goal thriller at Greenlands as they claimed a 6-4 victory over AFC Lions courtesy of an Andy Seager treble and efforts from Paul Jeynes, Ryan Bromhead and Timothy Lees.

Ashley Watkinson, Matt Bailey, Tommy Williams and Jamie Taylor netted for Lions.

New Woodland Cottage and Rubery Legends shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Adam Crombie netting twice for Cottage; Jake Booton and Matthew Batchelor for Legends.

Elsewhere, Redditch Town and Royal Oak Alcester also shared the points in a 3-3 draw.

Chris Adams, Craig Nichols and Matthew Hale scored for Town.