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Dudley & Cradley Heath Football League

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: April 24, 2014

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Thursday 17th April 2014

Premier Division

Pensnett United

8 - 2

Malt Dudley

Division 1

Halesowen Members

1 - 0

Hadcroft Rovers

Sunday 20th April 2014

Ray Turley Memorial Competition Semi Finals

Bush Athletic

1- 0

Britannia

In a very tight match between two equally balanced teams the first half saw no goals. The only goal of the game came in the second half when Lee Chilton scored for Bush 1 – 0.

Pensnett United

2 - 0

King William

No Match Report supplied

John Higham Memorial Trophy

Group 1

Malt Dudley

4 - 0

Dudley Borough United

In a very closely fought first half both teams created chances but neither could score. In the second half Malt stepped up their game and took the game to Dudley, Wayne Marsh scored from the spot and then within a few minutes Rich Fellows made it 2 – 0. To seal the win Phil Vickers slotted 2 home before the final whistle.

Group 2

Hadcroft Rovers

3 - 1

Barley Mow Wanderers

In an end to end game it was Barley Mow who took the lead with a goal from Donny Shinn on 20 minutes 0 – 1. Chris Smith the equalised for Hadcroft on the half hour when he latched on to a perfect long ball from Chris Horton 1 – 1. In the second half the game could have gone either way but on 80 minutes David Chambers hit a 20 yard screamer that flew into the top of the net 2 – 1. With only seconds to go David Chambers sealed Hadcroft's semi final place.

Division 1

Forest Falcons

0 - 4

Halesowen Members

Halesowen opened the scoring on 10 minutes when Lewis Jones scored. The rest of the first half was a close battle with Falcons putting the pressure on Halesowen but to no avail.

The second half was a tight affair and with 10 minutes to go it could have gone either way but it was Robert Byrd for Halesowen that hit the killer punch 0 – 2. Lewis Jones then completed his hat trick with 2 goals in 6 minutes to seal the win for Halesowen but the result does not reflect on the way the game was.

Kewford Eagles Seniors

4 - 5

Bunch

Bunch put Kewford on the back foot from the start dictating the game for the first 10 minutes and went in front when a corner was not cleared and a deflected short went into the net. Straight from the kick off it was 0 -2 when Kewford failed to keep the ball, giving Bunch a chance. Kewford came back into the game despite Bunch dominating the game 1 – 2. Bunch scored their third when Kewford's keeper failed to keep hold of the ball and allowed a simple tap in goal 1 – 3. Kewford the got back into the game scoring 2 goals before the interval.

The first 25 minutes of the second half was evenly matched with both teams creating chances until Kewford took the lead for the first time. On 60 minutes Bunch scored from the spot 4 – 4. Kewford had two golden chances to seal the game but missed both before Bunch sealed the win with 5 minutes to go when they hit a screamer from 25 yards that gave the Kewford keeper no chance. No Goal scorer details supplied.

Lloyds

2 - 6

Coseley Tavern

A re-run of the Dalley Cup final from last week again saw Coseley beat Lloyds. Coseley opened the scoring on 20 minutes with a goal from Damon Rogers then two from Ben Scrivens completed the first half's goals.

Start Hillman hit his 51st of the season to make it 0 – 4 before Lloyds hit back; one each from Lee Witts and Jason Witts. Stuart Hillman completed his hat trick with two goals.

Fixtures for Thursday 24th April, kick-off 6.30pm

Premier Division

Sedgley White Lion v Bush Athletic Conygre

Division 1

Hadcroft Rovers v Lloyds – Wollaston Park P1

Fixtures for Sunday 27th April,10.30am kick-off

John Higham Memorial Trophy Semi Finals

Hadcroft Rovers v Malt Dudley

– Wollaston Park P1

King William v Sedgley W Lion

– Dudley Wd P2

Division 1

Forest Falcons v Coseley Tavern – Swinford Common P2

Thornleigh Freight Trophy Final

Bush Athletic v Pensnett United

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