21st Sep, 2019

Austin Ex Apprentices make it two wins from two

Craig Gibbons 12th Sep, 2018

AUSTIN Ex Apprentices made it two wins out of two in Bromsgrove League Division One with an 8-0 victory over winless Arrow Valley.

Connor Collins, Ellis Blakemore, Reece Ward and Marcus Lawrence all bagged braces in the defeat of Valley who have conceded 28 goals in their first four league games.

Winyates also had a good home win as they downed Bromsgrove Corinthians 7-0.

Danny Murphy led the way with four goals while George Lutwyche, Jordan Poter and Brad Hands were also on target.

Meanwhile, Black Horse enjoyed a 4-2 victory at Chaddesley Ravens.

Studley Swan maintained their 100 per cent winning record in Division Two with a 5-3 victory over Lickey End Social, thanks to goals from Shane Hancox (2), Omar Pennicott, Josh O’Hare and Jake Grogan.

Quinton Athletic also made it three wins from three after they edged out Longbridge Social 3-2.

Matt Carter bagged a hat-trick for Quinton.

Billy Garvey struck four times in Broughsons’ 7-0 victory over Chaddesley Pensioners while Jake Booton netted a treble in Rubery Legends’ 8-0 demolition of Redditch Borough A.

In the division’s other game, Solihull Moors cruised to a 6-1 victory at South Birmingham.

Dale Volrath (2), Chris Heath (2), Paul Heath and Ashley Taylor netted for Moors.

Hewell’s fine form in Division Three continued as they made it four wins from four with a 6-0 victory over Royal Eagles.

David Delaney was on target in Bartley Reds Sunday’s 1-0 win at British Memorial, Julian Workman struck three times in Redditch Borough Sunday’s 5-4 win over AFC Norton while Millfield Rovers and Redditch United Sunday drew 1-1.

Sean Fitzpatrick netted for Rovers while Dan Southall scored for United.

Kings Heath Albion booked their place in the second round of the WA Harris Cup with a 3-2 victory over SHTP, thanks to an Andy Court double and strike from Aaron Murphy.

Catshill secured a 5-4 penalty shoot-out victory over Rubery Sunday Juniors in the preliminary round after the two sides were locked at 2-2 after 90 minutes.

Hawthorns edged past Hizza Untied 2-1 to progress in the Division One Cup while SO Goose claimed a 4-1 victory over Bromsgrove Academicals to reach the first round of the Rose Bowl.


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