Kid’s go Free for 40th of 2-Tone at Cov Music Museum

40 Years of 2-Tone

So believe it or not this year we celebrate forty-years of the Coventry born music phenomenon that we call 2-Tone. Created in Coventry and given to the world. Coventry is where it all began, so you can expect some unique events happening at the museum and at the 2-Tone Village all through 2019 and around Coventry and beyond. With a few surprises in store.

“A message to you too much too young”

Coventry history doesn’t start at Lady Godiva and end at the Blitz, our 2-Tone music history is just as important.  Its reach is multi-ranging, from music, art, fashion, social history, multiculturalism, socio-political and of course peace and reconciliation.

With this in mind The Coventry Music Museum will make our museum accessible for children throughout 2019, for the 40th Anniversary of the  2-Tone movement. All children (fifteen and under) will be able to access the museum free of charge throughout 2019 (they of course must be accompanied by an adult). An information sheet will also be available at the museum that explains 2-Tone and the museum to the younger generation.  We want to educate the next generations on 2-Tone, it’s music and it’s messages. 2-Tone is part of Coventry’s history, and we want the next generations to learn about this wonderful music, a music genre that was created in Coventry and given to the world.  It’s our duty to educate and our pleasure to entertain, Let’s teach them about 2-Tone music.

Museum Director Suky Singh said, “The museum is also keeping something else very special (pun intended) under wraps for 2019, we believe it will define the museum and take us to 2021 in style. It’s also guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of the old and the young, watch this space”.

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We’ll Live And Die In These Towns Play Coming To The Belgrade Theatre

The Belgrade Theatre presents

We’ll Live and Die in These Towns

By Geoff Thompson, Directed by Hamish Glen, Musical Director – Tom Clarke

Saturday 29 September to Saturday 20 October 2018

  • Presented at B2 stage
  • Tickets: £14 & £16.75 Concessions: From £9 – £14.75

 

We’ll Live and Die in These Towns is a gritty and compelling new musical drama driven by the adrenaline-rush energy and working class poetry of songs from The Enemy’s number one debut album.

A young rock musician, Argy, sits on the cusp of the big time only to suffer a crisis of confidence hours before the biggest performance of his life in a huge homecoming concert.

His manager, unable to convince him to sing, sends him away to re-visit his past and decide his future. So Argy walks the streets of his hometown, visiting family and friends in a bid to make sense of his feelings and find a way forward.

Argy’s worked his whole life for this break. But now it’s here, can he face down his fears and seize the moment?

We’ll Live and Die in These Towns comes from the pen of acclaimed Coventry writer, Geoff Thompson and is directed by Hamish Glen. It’s designed by Patrick Connellan and The Enemy’s Tom Clarke is the show’s Musical Director.

Age recommendation: 14+ Contains strong language.

This Weekend’s Godiva Festival Line-Up

Friday

9.05pm

Jake Bugg

7.50pm

Peace

6.55pm

Duck Thieves

6.10pm

Jimmy Kemp

Saturday

9.15pm

Editors

7.45pm

Jonas Blue

6.40pm

Gabrielle

5.35pm

Professor Green

4.40pm

Little Comets

3.45pm

Blood Red Shoes

2.55pm

The Opposite of Silence

2.15pm

The Upsiders

1.40pm

Candid

1.05pm

Josh Hale

12.20pm

Andy and the Odd Socks

Sunday

5.45pm

Ronan Keating

4.40pm

The Neville Staple Band

4.15pm

Outdoor performance Kinetika Bloco

3.45pm

Afriquoi

2.50pm

Hazel O’Connor

1.50pm

Sunny J (Offlicence)

1pm

Tony Christie

12.25pm

Ollie Bond

12.05pm

Gosp-Ability

 

Rock Tent (Fri) and Rhythm Tent (Sat/Sun)

Friday (Rock Tent)

9.25pm

Cradle of Filth

8.20pm

Redline

7.35pm

Black Water Fiend

6.55pm

DUF

6.20pm

The Unresolved

Saturday (Rhythm Tent)

9.15pm

Gaz Coombes

7.55pm

Kyle Falconer

7pm

Rae Morris

5.50pm

Ady Suleiman

5.05pm

Kellimarie

4.20pm

Joe Dolman

3.40pm

Lingua Franca

2.55pm

Nathan Dawe

2.25pm

The Soulfood Brothers

1.50pm

Freezacrowd

1.15pm

DeeLayDee

12.45pm

Wynter Black

12.15pm

Pest

Sunday (Rhythm Tent)

6pm

Asian Dub Foundation

4.45pm

Apache Indian

3.45pm

Zack Knight with special guest Jasmin Walia

3.10pm

Raxstar and Sunit

2.30pm

H Dhami

1.20pm

Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi

12.05pm

Abi Sampa

Paradise Tent

Friday (Comedy)

Alasdair Beckett-King

Eshaan Akbar

9.25pm

Cerys Nelmes (compère)

Keith Farnan

Howard Read

Jay Foreman

8pm

Matt Green (compère)

Saturday

7pm

Silent disco

5.10pm

The Chipolatas

4.55pm

Calamity Jane

4.40pm

Jones and Barnard

4.15pm

Maynard Flip Flap

3.55pm

Able Mabel

3.40pm

Wolly

3.30pm

Jones and Barnard (compères)

3pm

Interval

2.40pm

The Chipolatas

2.25pm

Calamity Jane

2.05pm

Jones and Barnard

1.45pm

Maynard Flip Flap

1.45pm

Able Mabel

1.10pm

Wolly

1pm

Jones and Barnard (compères)

Sunday

5.30pm

Stealing Sheep’s Suffragette Tribute

5.30pm

Sound Lab

4.50pm

Media Mania

4.25pm

Liam Woodall

3.45pm

Teachers’ Choir

3.05pm

Sound Lab Students

2.30pm

Anomaly

1.55pm

Flawless Rhythm

1.15pm

Media Mania

12.30pm

Sound Lab Team

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Stage

Friday

9pm

Louie Forde/Rich Keogh

8.30pm

The Caprines

8pm

Callum McKissock

7.30pm

James Fiander

7pm

Kirsty J Clarke

6.30pm

Dan Cross

Saturday

9pm

Alex Norman

8pm

True Heights

7.30pm

Tammy King

7pm

David Goody

6.15pm

Falconry

5.30pm

David Goody

5pm

Jack Hopkinson

4.30pm

Angelo Cardone

4pm

Ciaran Fawkes

3.30pm

Joe Dolman

3pm

Josh Hale

2.30pm

Izzie Derry

2pm

Calton Kelly

1.30pm

Ace Ambrose

1pm

Laurence Lam

12.30pm

Kiaya Lyons

Sunday

6pm

Autopilot

5.30pm

The Swaps

5pm

Viktoria

4.30pm

Fall Girl

4pm

Ollie Bond

3.30pm

Johnny Olley

3pm

Levi Washington

2.30pm

Jake Rizzo

2pm

The Ellipsis

1.30pm

Rachel Fisher

1pm

Lauren Pryke

12noon

The Notables

Microacoustic Stage

Friday

9pm

Matt Cattell

8.30pm

Sam McNulty

8pm

Jimmy Eff

7.30pm

Ciaran Fawkes

7pm

Izzie Derry

6.40pm

Angelo Cardone

6.20pm

Caleb Murray

6pm

Sam McNulty (compère)

Saturday

9.30pm

Danny Ansell

8.30pm

Danny Cunningham

7.45pm

ELK

7pm

Cover Up

6.30pm

Suns of Rest

5.45pm

Diz n Rox

5pm

Calton Kelly

4.15pm

Pandora

3.30pm

The Hatstand Band

3pm

Bazza’s Dispensable People

2.30pm

Eva Pemberton

2pm

Noah Thomson-Hawkridge

1.30pm

Boxhead

1pm

Sinead McNulty

12.30pm

Pandora’s Box

12noon

Beginners and starters

Sunday

6pm

Special guest…

5pm

Jake Rizzo

4.30pm

Jack Hopkinson

4pm

Viktoria

3.40pm

Crokodile Tears

3.20pm

Jim Thomason

3pm

High Bandwidth

2.30pm

Keith Fabrique

2pm

Show Me Aroma

1.30pm

Livvi

12noon

Beginners and starters

This Week’s Total Motion MFL Newsletter

Total Motion

Midland Football League

Newsletter

29th August 2018

League News

The draw for the 1st Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has been made

Highgate United vs Stourbridge

Cleethorpes Town or Loughborough University vs Walsall Wood

AFC Mansfield vs Stourport Swifts

Romulus vs Belper Town

Quorn vs Atherstone Town

Coalville Town vs Racing Club Warwick

Ties to be played Saturday 8th September

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Updated League Cup Draws

League Cup Round 2 Ilkeston Town v Rocester Tues 25 Sep
Stapenhill / South Normanton Athletic v Lichfield City
Long Eaton United v Uttoxeter Town/ Dunkirk
Heather St Johns / NKF Burbage v Nuneaton Griff
Coventry United v Bolehall Swifts / Coventry Copsewood
Coventry Sphinx v Leicester Road Tues 25 Sep
Quorn / Loughborough University v Hinckley AFC
G N P Sports v Shepshed Dynamo Wed 26 Sep
Heath Hayes / Brocton v Sporting Khalsa / Walsall Wood
Wolverhampton S C v AFC Wulfrunians Tues 25 Sep
Racing Club Warwick v Westfields / Stourport Swifts
Highgate United v FC Stratford / Worcester City
Littleton v Studley Wed 26 Sep
Boldmere St Michaels v Lye Town Tues 25 Sep
Chelmsley Town / Paget Rangers v Cadbury Athletic
Coton Green v Romulus / Atherstone Town
LES JAMES CHALLENGE CUP ROUND 2
Lane Head v Enville Athletic / Shipston Excelsior
Continental Star v Northfield town / Bartestree
Fairfield Villa v AFC Church / AFC Solihull
Inkberrow / Castle Vale Town v Alcester Town
Coventry Alvis / Coventry Plumbing v Earlswood Town / FC Stratford
Redditch Borough v Central Ajax / Boldmere Sports
Barnt Green Spartak / GNP Sports v Knowle
Birmingham Tigers v Coventrians / Leamington Hibernian
PRESIDENTS CUP ROUND 2
FC Stratford / Northfield Town v Fairfield Villa / Coton Green
Knowle / Bolehall Swifts v GNP Sports / Boldmere Sports
Earlswood Town v Feckenham / Moors Academy
Lane Head / Coventry Alvis v Redditch Borough / Hampton
CHALLENGE VASE ROUND 2
AFC Church / WLV Football v Inkberrow / Continental Star
FC Shush / Alcester Town v Bartestree / Birmingham Tigers
Leamington Hibernian v Shipston Excelsior/Enville Athletic
Central Ajax v Coventry Plumbing

Review

FA Cup

Atherstone Town had the result of the round winning 3-1 away at Step 3 local rivals Bedworth United. Romulus were also victors over higher ranked opposition, Mitch Piggon scoring twice in their comprehensive 4-0 win over Step 4 Newcastle Town. Racing Club Warwick travelled to WMRL Malvern Town and came from behind to win 2-1. Two goals from Tony Clarke gave Walsall Wood victory over Whitchurch Alport at Oak Park for the 2nd season running. Two goals in the second half from Drew Canavan earned Stourport Swifts their place in the next round as they beat Sporting Khalsa 2-1 at Walshes Meadow. Steve Hart scored a hat-trick as Quorn beat league rivals South Normanton Athletic 3-2. Highgate United beat Division 1 Leicester Road 3-0 at The Coppice. Loughborough University hosted Cleethorpes Town and the sides shared 6 goals with a replay required next week at Linden. Alex Flett scored twice for The Owls but Joe Boachie’s injury time equaliser earned the students the replay. Long Eaton United were beaten by Step 6 Grimsby Borough in Lincolnshire with the home side playing a large proportion of the game with 10 men.

 

Premier Division

Rikardo Reid scored a hat-trick as Boldmere St Michaels made it four wins out of 5 with a 5-2 victory over Shepshed Dynamo. Westfields came from 2 goals down to draw 2-2 at Dunkirk, Alex Hainault equalising 4 minutes from time.

League leaders Ilkeston Town made it 6 from 7 with a 4-1 win over South Normanton Athletic at The New Manor Ground, Elliott Reeves scoring twice. Westfields are 2nd following a 2-0 win over 10-man Wolverhampton Sporting Community at Allpay Park. 3rd placed Lye Town were held to a goalless draw by Walsall Wood at Oak Park. Coventry Sphinx won the Coventry derby at Sphinx Drive beating United 4-1 with Callum Woodward scoring twice. Highgate United beat fellow FA Cup heroes Romulus 2-0 at The Vale Stadium to move into 5th. Sporting Khalsa made it three league wins on the spin with a 2-0 victory at AFC Wulfrunians. Stourport Swifts had two players sent-off as they were beaten 3-1 by Worcester City at The Victoria Ground. Long Eaton United picked up their first win of the league campaign beating Dunkirk 2-1 at Grange Park. Loughborough University saw their second 3-3 draw in three days as they were held by Quorn at Holywell, Ryan Seal scoring twice for the visitors.

Division 1

A hat-trick from James Taylor helped Lichfield City to a 4-0 win at Chelmsley Town. Cadbury Athletic remain unbeaten as a Derrick Hoffenden goal 4 minutes into stoppage time gave them a 2-1 win over NKF Burbage. Nuneaton Griff picked up their first point of the season coming from behind to draw 1-1 with Brocton at The Pingles Stadium. Littleton are still searching for their first point as two goals in two minutes enabled Stapenhill to win 2-1. Two goals from Milan Kazimerak earned Coventry Copsewood a 2-1 win at Heath Hayes. Studley and Paget Rangers shared the spoils in a goalless draw at The Beehive.

Atherstone Town made it 5 wins out of 5 with a crushing 7-1 win over local rivals Nuneaton Griff. Alex Naughton scored 3 and Josh Ruff 2 as the Adders take over top spot. Promoted NKF Burbage are 2nd as goals from Jake Brown and Jess Adcock gave them a 2-0 win over neighbours Leicester Road. A goal from Harry Harris was enough for Lichfield City to take all 3 points at home to Stapenhill and move into 3rd place. Heather St Johns dropped their first points of the season as they were held 2-2 by Hinckley AFC at St Johns Park. Racing Club Warwick followed up their FA Cup win with a 5-0 victory over Paget Rangers at Townsend Meadow, Martin Slevin with a brace. Sean Kavanagh scored three as Coventry Copsewood won 4-1 at bottom club Littleton. Brocton are 6th as they came from behind to beat Heath Hayes 3-2 at Silkmore Lane with Ben Douglas scoring twice. Rocester picked up their first point in a 0-0 draw with Uttoxeter Town in the local derby at Hillsfield. Cadbury Athletic are unbeaten after 7, sharing a 0-0 draw with Studley.

Division 2

Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons took over at the top of the table following a 7-1 win over Coventry Alvis with last year’s leading scorer, Reece Gibson, scoring 5. GNP Sports maintained their 100% record as a Stuart Hendrie goal gave them a 1-0 win over Northfield Town.

Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons continue to lead the way making it 15 points out of 15 with a 3-1 win at Hampton, Reece Gibson with two. They are joined on the same points by GNP Sports for whom Tom Rawlings scored twice in their 2-1 win at Coventry Alvis. Fairfield Villa are third a 3-1 win over Bolehall Swifts giving them their 3rd win in 4. FC Stratford got their season up and running with a 4-2 win over Redditch Borough at Knights Lane. Barnt Green Spartak are 5th following an excellent 3-0 win at Feckenham. Knowle won 2-0 at Earlswood Town to move into 7th. Lane Head and Coton Green drew 1-1 at The Red Lion Ground. Northfield Town and Moors Academy shared 6 goals with Shuja Mahmood scoring twice for Moors.

Division 3

Inkberrow head the table on goal difference following a 4-1 win at Leamington Hibernian, Nathan Davies scoring twice. League new boys Coventry Plumbing maintained their 100% record with a 3-2 win over WLV Football, Connoll Farrell scoring two more. AFC Solihull also have a 100% record after a 3-1 win at Shipston Excelsior. Bartestree beat Birmingham Tigers 2-1 to make it 7 points from 9. Alcester Town are 4th following a 5-2 win over AFC Church. Callum Burston-Keeley with a brace. Enville Athletic were the days big winners, 6-0 at FC Shush, Rhys Morgan with a hat-trick. Central Ajax moved into the top half of the table with a 3-0 win at Coventrians.

Les James Challenge Cup Round 1

Redditch Borough had the stand-out result of the round with a 5-1 win over Feckenham at The Mettis. Anthony Smith scored twice as Continental Star beat Bolehall Swifts 3-0 at Rene Road. Lane Head made progress with a 2-0 win at WLV Football. All the other ties went to penalties. Alcester Town and Hampton drew 2-2 with Alcester winning the shoot-out 4-2. Coton Green and Birmingham Tigers drew 1-1 at New Mill Lane with the Tigers winning 7-6 on penalties. Fairfield Villa and Moors Academy shared 6 goals, but It was Fairfield that progressed winning 5-3 on spot kicks. Knowle and FC Shush also shared 6 goals at The Robin’s Nest with Knowle winning the shoot-out 3-1.

President’s Cup Round 1

Barnt Green Spartak and Earlswood Town drew 1-1 with the Earls winning 4-1 on penalties.

Challenge Vase Round 1

Coventry Plumbing maintained their incredible high scoring start t the season with a 5-1 win over Castle Vale Town, Connoll Farrell scoring three. Central Ajax beat Coventrians 2-1 at Ajax Park. Leamington Hibernian and AFC Solihull went to penalties after a 1-1 draw. It was Hibs that progressed winning 4-3 on penalties. UNDER 21 DIVISION WEST
Boldmere St Michaels 2 v 0 Rushall Olympic
Lichfield City 0 v 3 Halesowen Town

Leading Scorers

Premier Division

Mitch Piggon Romulus 9

Steve Hart Quorn 8

Rikardo Reid Boldmere St Michaels 6

Joe Boachie Loughborough University 5

Jack Till Lye Town 5

Joe Lawley Lye Town 4

Ben Miller Westfields 4

Elliott Reeves Ilkeston Town 4

Dave Reynolds Worcester City 4

Ryan Shaw Boldmere St Michaels 4

Ruben Wiggins-Thomas Long Eaton United 4

Dominic Brennan Quorn 3

Aaron Brown Highgate United 3

Lei Brown Highgate United 3

Dimitri Dunkley Romulus 3

Ben Hayes Westfields 3

Malachi Lavelle-Moore Ilkeston Town 3

Andy Nicol Stourport Swifts 3

Dan Scragg Wolverhampton SC 3

Ryan Seal Quorn 3

Paul Sullivan Walsall Wood 3

Jamie Walker Ilkeston Town 3

Karl Whymark Shepshed Dynamo 3

Callum Woodward Coventry Sphinx 3

Division 1

Simeon Cobourne Heather St Johns 11

Alex Naughton Atherstone Town 7

John Atherton Uttoxeter Town 5

Trea Bertie Racing Club Warwick 5 (Now Alvechurch)

James Curley Uttoxeter Town 5

Milan Kazimerak Coventry Copsewood 5

Liam Kirton Atherstone Town 5

Ben Mackey Racing Club Warwick 5

Grant Ryan Hinckley AFC 5

James Taylor Lichfield City 5

Mitch Thomson Atherstone Town 5

Max Black Lichfield City 4

Jake Brown NKF Burbage 4

Luke Cole Racing Club Warwick 4

Jonathan Gould Atherstone Town 4

Division 2

Reece Gibson Boldmere Sports & Social Falcons 10

Tom Rawlings GNP Sports 6

Stuart Hendrie GNP Sports 5

Jak Albutt Redditch Borough 4

Kamol Campbell Moors Academy 4

Connor Collins Fairfield Villa 4

Darren Green Barnt Green Spartak 4

Shuja Mahmood Moors Academy 4

Ryan Murphy Coventry Alvis 4

Ainsley Seivwright Hampton 4

Craig Ball Lane Head 3

Romario Graham Coton Green 3

Danny Holliday Earlswood Town 3

Sam Melia Lane Head 3

Division 3

Connoll Farrell Coventry Plumbing 10

Aiden Vaughan AFC Church 5

Kyle Wainwright WLV Sport 5

Nathan Davies Inkberrow 4

Jon Hamer AFC Solihull 4

Kyle Hudin Castle Vale Town 4

Daniel Priest Alcester Town 4

Lewis Chester Coventrians 3

Nathan McGarrity Coventrians 3

Adam Miles Central Ajax 3

Rhys Morgan Enville Athletic 3

Harry Waybourne Bartestree 3

Preview

FA Vase

The FA Vase campaign start for a number of the MFL clubs with a trip to Wembley a realistic proposition. Of the qualifying round ties, the all premier division clash between Coventry Sphinx and Sporting Khalsa is a tasty one. GNP Sports make their debut in the competition with a trip to Boldmere St Michaels. Premier Division leaders Ilkeston Town travel to Gedling miners Welfare while free-scoring Heather St Johns host Rocester. SATURDAY 1st SEPTEMBER 2018
THE BUILDBASE F A VASE, 1st ROUND QUALIFYING
Boldmere St Michaels v G N P Sports
Bolehall Swifts v Tipton Town
Coventry Copsewood v Eccleshall
Coventry Sphinx v Sporting Khalsa
Droitwich Spa v Coventry United
Dunkirk v Stapenhill
Gedling M W v Ilkeston Town
Heather St Johns v Rocester
Heath Hayes v Shifnal Town
Kirby Muxloe v Brocton
Leicester Road v Bottesford Town
Littleton v Lichfield City
Loughborough University v West Bridgford
Nuneaton Griff v Coton Green
Quorn v Retford United
Racing Club Warwick v Pegasus Juniors
South Normanton Athletic v St Andrews
SUNDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER 2018
THE BUILDBASE F A VASE, 1st ROUND QUALIFYING
FC Stratford v Bewdley Town
N K F Burbage v Lutterworth Town

Premier Division

With league leaders Ilkeston Town in FA Vase action, Westfields can go top if they can take all three points from their trip to Long Eaton United. Unbeaten Highgate United host AFC Wulfrunians, a couple of weeks after a narrow win over the same opposition in the FA Cup. Lye Town have their first home game of the season in 3rd place after 7 games on the road. Mid-table Romulus are the visitors to Stourbridge Road. Shepshed Dynamo have had a tough start to the season result wise and they welcome Worcester City to The Dovecote looking for their 2nd win of the season. Walsall Wood welcome Stourport Swifts to Oak Park with both sides needing to replicate their cup form in the league. MONDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER 2018
Coventry United v Long Eaton United
Romulus v Westfields
TUESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2018
Lye Town v Sporting Khalsa
Shepshed Dynamo v Coventry Sphinx
Stourport Swifts v Boldmere St Michaels
Wolverhampton S C v Ilkeston Town
WEDNESDAY 5th SEPTEMBER 2018
Highgate United v Walsall Wood
Quorn v South Normanton Athletic
Worcester City v A F C Wulfrunians

Division 1

Leaders Atherstone Town travel to Coles Lane to face 12th placed Paget Rangers. A win for the Adders would open up a gap at the top of the table. Uttoxeter Town will move into the top two if they can overcome unbeaten Cadbury Athletic at Oldfields. Hinckley AFC are unbeaten in their opening four games, but three draws sees them in 13th place. They travel to Pack Meadow to face a Chelmsley Town side who have seen an average of 4 goals per game in their fixtures this season.

Division 2

With the top two in cup action, Fairfield Villa can close the gap if they can pick up all three points at Lane Head. 7th meets 5th at The Robin’s Nest with Knowle hosting Barnt Green Spartak. Earlswood Town and Redditch Borough both have one win under their belts and they will be looking to double that when they meet at The Pavilions. It promises to be a tight game at Shenley Lane when Northfield Town meet Hampton.

Division 3

Bartestree host Coventrians and a win for the home side will see them take over at the top of the table. AFC Solihull will be hoping to maintain their 100% record when they travel to WLV Football who are searching for their first point. Birmingham Tigers are also pointless and they welcome Shipston Excelsior to the Hadley Stadium. Castle Vale Town have started with two draws and they welcome new boys AFC Church to The Vale Stadium. Enville Athletic will be trying to build on last week’s fine 6-0 victory when they travel to Leamington Hibernian.

Les James Challenge Cup Central Ajax v Boldmere Sports
Coventry Alvis v Coventry Plumbing
Reserves CHALLENGE TROPHY ROUND 1
Group “A”
Worcester City v Cadbury Athletic
Wyrley Juniors v Knowle
Group “B”
Coton Green v Nuneaton Griff
Moors Academy v Gresley
RESERVE DIVISION
Fairfield Villa v Uttoxeter Town
Under 21 UNDER 21 DIVISION EAST
Aylestone Park v Allexton & New Parks 10.00
Bedworth United v AFC Rushden & Diamonds 11.00
Leicester Nirvana v Highgate United 11.00
Lutterworth Town v Quorn 10.30
Tamworth v Kettering Town 10.30
UNDER 21 DIVISION WEST
Allscott Heath v Continental Star 10.30
Brocton v Halesowen Town 10.30
Droitwich Spa G & B v Rushall Olympic 10.30
Kidderminster Harriers v Sutton Coldfield Town 10.30
Lichfield City v Lye Town 10.30

 

This Week’s Local Non-League Fixtures

Monday

MFL Prem – Ilkeston V Coventry United

Tuesday

MFL Prem – Coventry Sphinx V Worcester City

MFL 1 -Racing Club Warwick V Cadbury

MFL 3 – Castle Vale V Leamington Hibernian, Coventrians V Shipston Excelsior, Coventry Plumbing V Central Ajax

 

Wednesday

MFL 1 – Atherstone V Coventry Copsewood, Nuneaton Griff V Hinckley AFC

MFL 2 – Coventry Alvis V Northfield

 

Today’s Local Non-League Results

National League North – Nuneaton Borough 1-4 Southport, Leamington 2-2 Guiseley.

Southern League Central – Biggleswade 1-1 Bedworth United, Royston 2-2 Stratford Town

United Counties Premier – Rugby Town 5-2 Boston Town

MFL Premier- AFC Wulfrunians 0-2 Coventry Sphinx, Worcester City 2-2 Coventry United.

MFL 1 – Brocton 8-3 Coventry Copsewood, Heath Hayes 2-5 Racing Club Warwick, Leicester Road 0-2 Atherstone, Stapenhill 1-0 Nuneaton Griff.

MFL 2 – FC Stratford 0-2 Coton Green, GNP Sports 6-3 Fairfield Villa, Knowle 0-1 Coventry Alvis

MFL 3 – Central Ajax 1-1 Shipston Excelsior, Coventrians 3-3 Castle Vale, Coventry Plumbing 5-3 FC Shush.

LSL Prem – Rugby Borough 4-1 Cottesmore

Saturday’s Local Non-League Fixtures

SATURDAY

National League North – Nuneaton Borough V Southport, Leamington V Guiseley.

Southern League Central – Biggleswade V Bedworth United, Royston v Stratford Town

United Counties Premier – Rugby Town V Boston Town

MFL Premier- AFC Wulfrunians V Coventry Sphinx, Worcester City V Coventry United.

MFL 1 – Brocton V Coventry Copsewood, Heath Hayes V Racing Club Warwick, Leicester Road V Atherstone, Stapenhill V Nuneaton Griff.

MFL 2 – FC Stratford V Coton Green, GNP Sports v Fairfield Villa, Knowle V Coventry Alvis

MFL 3 – Central Ajax V Shipston Excelsior, Coventrians V Castle Vale, Coventry Plumbing V FC Shush.

LSL Prem – Rugby Borough V Cottesmore