26th Feb, 2021

Concorde come crashing down in the Centenary Cup - Bromsgrove & District Football League Week 11

Ben Tyler 31st Oct, 2019

FOUR goals from Nathan Hancock helped AFC Norton thrash visitors Kings Heath Concorde 8-2 to earn three points in their opening Centenary Cup group game.

Ryan Burden chipped in with a brace, while Andrew Davies and Costa Lipery also found the net for Concorde in the Group B encounter.

West Heath Allstars also got off to a good start in Group A, beating hosts Chaddesley Ravens Dynamo 6-1.

Christopher Fox was twice on target for the Allstars, adding to strikes from Jason Gibbons, Fenton Phillips, Ash Tullett and Jake Wicketts to complete the rout.

A depleted programme of fixtures, in consequence of the heavy rainfall last weekend, meant that there was no action to report in the Premier Division or Division One.

Royal Eagles ran out 8-2 winners at Rubery Legends in the only Division Two encounter, helping them rise to fourth, while AFC Blackwell leapfrogged Bromsgrove Partisan into first place in Division Three after a 7-2 thriller.

In the Worcestershire FA Premier Cup, Bromsgrove Corinthians advanced to the third round after edging Black Horse 4-2 on penalties.

The two sides played out a 2-2 draw in regulation time, with Leon Hewitt and Ricardo Richards on target for the hosts, while Luke Dugmore and James Ward netted for visitors Corinthians.

Namaste Tigers also required penalties to edge Winyates after a 2-2 draw, winning 4-2 in the shoot-out.

Mark Bellingham starred with a hat-trick to send Chaddesley Ravens through at the expense of Club Inter in a 5-1 win.

William Tibbetts and Benjamin Tolley were the other two players to register their name on the scoresheet for the hosts.


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