Football
Premier sides busy in cup action

By Liam Moakes Tuesday 30 October 2012 Updated: 01/11 11:37

WHILST all the other Premier Division sides were on County Cup duty, Alcester Town and Webheath were left to battle out a hard fought goalless draw in the BRT Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination League Premier Division.

In Division One Dave Phelan's hat-trick helped JMC United to a 8-2 win at Dog & Pheasant, FC Club were also big 7-1 winners over Studley Leisure and Thomas Brothers recorded their fourth win in a row with a 2-1 success over Translift Bendi.

In Division Three Winyates Wanderers were given some 'Brough' treatment as Carter and Aaron Brough contributed five goals in Woodrow's 8-0 win, whilst two goals from Carl Lewis saw Peter Simpson XI over the line in their 3-2 win over Kingfisher Angling.

In the WFA County Cups, an extra-time winner saw CBH Fasteners through 3-2 against AFC Ipsley, Martin Slevin's hat-trick inspired BGLC to a 5-0 win over Crabmill and Black Horse continued to beat all put in front of them with a 5-2 win over Athletico.

In the BCFA Sunday Cup Church Hill recorded a convincing 6-0 win over Leamington side Harbury Albion as Marc Grogan scored four.

This Sunday sees four mouth-watering BRT Terry Cup ties with the top two in Division Two - Washford Lions and Woodland - battling it out for a place in round three at Pathways.

FC Club have the opportunity to become giant-killers at Premier Division outfit BGLC who play at the Victoria Ground, as do Division Three's Kingfisher Angling at HDA against Division One's Translift Bendi, whilst JMC United again lock horns with Redditch Cricket Club at Greenlands 3.

Sunday's results: Premier Division - Alcester Town 0 Webheath 0.

Division One - Dog & Pheasant 2 (King 2) JMC United 8 (Reeves 2, Guest, Nolan, Linton, D Phelan 3); Studley Leisure 1 FC Club 7; Translift Bendi 1 (Jakeman) Thomas Brothers 2 (Burke, Gould).

Division Three - Peter Simpson XI 3 (Phelan, Lewis 2) Kingfisher Angling 2 (Bishop, Cook); Winyates Wanderers 0 Woodrow 8 (Brandon, Kendal, Hodge, C Brough 2, A Brough 3).

BSA Cup - Woodland 4 (Surman 2, Byng, Williams) Sporting Club Redditch 2 (Rainbow, Field); Wythall Wanderers 0 Beoley Village 4 (Herbert, Horns, Manders, Poole).

Jim Fleeman Cup - Millfield Rovers 4 (Evans 2, Dews 2) Mayfly 1 (Wilson); Rocklands 0 Merchants 1 (Crombie).

Hunt Crane Cup - Bell Studley 5 (D Beauchamp 3, D Styles, L Styles) Dagnell End Rovers 0; Shakespeare 3 (Hackett, McElroy, OG) Washford Lions Reserves 1 (Newton).

WFA County Cups - AFC Dons 3 Hizza United 1; Black Horse 5 (Blake, Adams, Hicks, Hall 2) Athletico 2 (N Broadhurst 2); Crabmill Moenchengladbach 0 Bromsgrove General La Coruna 5 (M Slevin 3, Barnett, Costello); CBH Fasteners 3 (N Davies, Harris, Brazier) AFC Ipsley 2 (Rumbold, Bryan); Redditch Cricket Club 1 (Greenway) Areley Kings 2 (Hope, Billingsley); Washford Lions 3 South Redditch 2; Wolverley Athletic 3 Studley Sporting 0; Wychbold RBL 2 Upton Snodsbury 3.

BCFA County Cups - Bartley Green Sunday 2 (S Richards, Cole) Azaad Sports 3 (Sangha, Dodds, OG); Church Hill 6 (M Grogan 4, Bailey, Byford) Harbury Albion 0; Crusaders 2 Rubery Bridge 0.

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