24th Nov, 2017

Jovanovic bags four as Studley Lions roar to 8-2 victory over Meadow Park Youth in Bridgwater Cup

FOUR goals from Marc Jovanovic fired Studley Lions to an emphatic 8-2 victory over Meadow Park Youth in Group A of the Bromsgrove League Bridgwater Cup.

Nick Briggs (3) and Habib Buaben were also on the scoresheet as Lions made it four wins out of four to take a vice-like grip on top sot in the group.

There was a surprise in the Bromsgrove & Redditch Standard Shield where Group A leaders Austin Ex Apprentices slumped to a 5-2 home defeat at the hands of Highgate Dynamos.

Winyates and Chaddesley Pensioners are safely through to round three of the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup.

A Dan Smiles brace helped Winyates overcome Kemspey Colts United 2-1 while Alan Parkinson and Nathan Steward both bagged hat-tricks in Pensioners’ 7-3 success at Grosvenor Sports.

Richard Burgess was also on target.

Hizza United slumped to a 6-0 home defeat to Bretferton Old Boys and Chaddesley Ravens bowed out after their 5-1 reverse at Worcester Athletic.

In the final WA Harris Cup preliminary round tie, Pilkington Sunday booked their place in the first round after edging past Black Horse 2-1, thanks to goals from Earl Jordan and Josh Mcginley.

Meadow Park progressed to round two with a comfortable 5-1 victory over Rubery Legends while Kings Norton Sporting saw off Stoke Prior to 3-2 to secure their progression.

Chaddesley Corbett remain rooted to the foot of the Premier Division table following their 1-0 defeat at Red Lion.

Dan Bearcroft’s goal was enough to condemn Corbett to their fifth consecutive league defeat.

Quinton Athletic picked up their first three points in Division One after securing a 5-3 win over Sporting Club Redditch.

Joe Brookes (3), Matt Carter and Renardo Henry with the goals for Athletic while Dan Sill (2) and James Cope netted for Redditch.

In a nine-goal thriller at the Sidemoor Recreation Ground, Cofton Old Boys survived a scare to beat third-from-bottom Crown Athletic 5-4 to go top of the Division Three table.

Mark Cook (2), Lloyd Newman, Karl Parkinson and own-goal from David Copson-Goodwin ensure Old Boys walked away with the three points.

Elsewhere, Redditch Borough picked up a 3-2 victory at AFC Norton in Division Four.

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