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Cov Sphinx v BRINKLOW

BRINKLOW v Coventry Copsewood (Mid Comb)
BRINKLOW v Lutterworth Athletic
Coventry United v BRINKLOW
BRINKLOW v Alvis Sporting
Southam Utd v BRINKLOW
BRINKLOW v Strachan Foundation
BRINKLOW v Coventry Colliery
RESULTS - First Team
BRINKLOW 2 (Ross Knight, Liam Cawley) Folly Lane 3
The Bell (AEI) 4 BRINKLOW 1 (Liam Cawley)
BRINKLOW 6 (Liam Cawley 2, Ross Knight 2, Andy Gordon 2) Jaguar-Daimler 2
Highway Coundon Court 0 BRINKLOW 1 (Reece Blackmore)
BRINKLOW 1 (Ryan Byrne) Christ the King 1
BRINKLOW 1 (Reece Blackmore) Jet Blades 1
Hawkes Mill 3 BRINKLOW 1 (Matt James)
BRINKLOW 2 (Ross Knight, Danny Nelson) Highway Coundon Court 0
Stockton 0 BRINKLOW 3 (Ryan Byrne 2, Danny Nelson)
Ambleside Sports 1 BRINKLOW 0
Jaguar-Daimler 1 BRINKLOW 2 (Matt James, Danny Nelson)
BRINKLOW 6 (Danny Nelson 4, David Mayo, Mark Woodward) Hawkes Mill Sports 1
BRINKLOW 3 (Mark Woodward, David Mayo, Danny Nelson) Woodlands W.M.C. 2
Whitnash Town 1 BRINKLOW 1 (Ollie Chater
BRINKLOW 4 (Andy Gordon 2, Danny Nelson, Ash Marks) Bulkington S.S 1
Rugby Town 5 BRINKLOW 0
Jet Blades 0 BRINKLOW 2 (Josh Banton, Ryan Byrne)
Coventry Sphinx 3 BRINKLOW 0
Coventry Charity Cup Rd 2
BRINKLOW 2 (Andy Gordon (pen), OG) Folly Lane 3
BRINKLOW 2 (Mark Woodward, Matt James) Stockton 2
Bulkington S.S. 2 BRINKLOW 1 (Lee Lavery)
BRINKLOW 3 (Ash Marks, Andy Gordon, Ryan Byrne) Whitnash Town 5
BCFA Vase Rd 2
Chelmsley Town 2 BRINKLOW 1 (Danny Nelson)
CET Challenge Cup Rd 2
Folly Lane 3 BRINKLOW 1 (Ryan Byrne)
BRINKLOW 1 (Ash Marks) Ambleside Sports 3
Woodlands W.M.C. 0 BRINKLOW 3 (Ryan Byrne, Ollie Chater
, Rosh Knight)
Dunlop 2 BRINKLOW 7 (Andy Gordon 3, Ash Marks, Ollie Chater, Rosh Knight, Matt James)
Telegraph Challenge Cup Rd 1
Coventry Colliery 1 BRINKLOW 4 (Danny Finlay 2, Matt James, Liam Cawley) AET
BRINKLOW 1 (Danny Nelson) Sphinx Sports and Social 1
BRINKLOW 2 (Danny Nelson, Dildale Linton) The Bell (AEI) Rugby 1
Folly Lane 3 BRINKLOW 1 (Ryan Byrne)
CTK 2 BRINKLOW 3 (Andy Gordon, Matt James, Danny Nelson)
Stan Oulds Trophy Rd 2
BRINKLOW 3 (Liam Cawley, Matt James, Danny Finlay) Woodlands 4 AET
BRINKLOW 3 (Ian Judd, Danny Nelson, Matt James) Dunlop 4
Stan Oulds Trophy Rd 1
Hawkes Mill Sports 1 BRINKLOW 4 (Danny Nelson 2, Jake Chater, Matt James)
BRINKLOW 6 (Dildale Linton 3, Jamie Fox, Andy Jones, OG) Brooklands/Jaguar 1
Sphinx Bowl Trophy
BRINKLOW 1 (Danny Finlay) Jet Blades 1
(Jet Blades won on Penalties)
Daventry Town 4 BRINKLOW 0
BRINKLOW 3 (Matt James 3) Sileby Rangers 3

BRINKLOW 3 (Danny Nelson 2, Ash Marks) Strachan Football Foundation

BRINKLOW 3 (Jamie Fox, Karamo Jahateh, Ian Judd) Alvis
BRINKLOW 1 (Danny Nelson) Lutterworth Athletic
Whitnash 2 BRINKLOW 2 (Danny Finlay, Jamie Fox
28th April 2014


We are looking for referees to help at the seniors tournament. general help is also needed on the day. If you can help please let Mally know.

Brinklow Seniors 5-A-Side Tournament
Date: 7th Sunday 8th June 2014
Venue: Barr Lane, Brinklow
£40 entry (teams of up to 8)

Please contact Daniel Mallinson to book your entry & arrange payment

Further details can be found HERE


4th June 2014

Brinklow 2 (Knight 63, Cawley 65) Folly Lane 3 (13, 20, 82)
Brinklow signed off their season with a close fought contest with third place finishers Folly Lane. The visitors went two-nil up after 20 minutes leaving a young Brinklow chasing the game. Ross Knight reduced the deficit on 63 minutes rounding a defender and the keeper to slot home from a tight angle. Liam Cawley levelled the scores two minutes later after latching onto a Josh Banton pass, beating a defender and firing home from the edge of the area. David Moyo had a shot headed off the line on 66 minutes and Josh Banton hit a 25 yard screamer, which just cleared the crossbar, one minute later. Ian Judd went off with an injury on 82 minutes leaving Brinklow light in defence allowing Folly Lane to grab the winner.

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, Judd (Egby 84), Cunningham, Woodward, Byrne, Blackmore, Pulford (Johnson 86), Knight, Cawley, Moyo

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

25th May 2014

Seniors Pre-Season Training

Seniors pre-season training will start back on
Thursday 26th June at 6:30pm (Barr Lane) in preparation for the new season 14/15.


23rd May 2014

AEI (The Bell) Rugby 4 Brinklow 1 (Cawley 53)
Brinklow found championship chasers AEI in no mood to take their take their foot off the pedal. The home team went ahead on 15 minutes after Atal Hines met a cross for a close range tap-in. AEI went further ahead on 45 minutes when Robert Criningham found the net after meeting a cross at close range. Brinklow reduced the deficit on 53 minutes after Lloyd Pulford won the ball and set up Andy Gordon to cross for Liam Cawley to fire home. Carl Laws increased AEI’s lead on 76 minutes after stooping to apply a close range header to a corner. The game was wrapped up by AEI in the final minute when Dildale Linton hit an unstoppable strike from the edge of the Brinklow penalty area

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, Woodward, Whittam, Cunningham, Pulford (Wallace 78), Byrne, Blackmore, Cawley, Gordon, Knight (Moyo 67)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

12th May 2014

Brinklow 6 (Cawley 2, Knight 2, Gordon 2) Jaguar-Daimler 2
Brinklow started brightly & it wasn’t long before the first goal when a pass from Ryan Byrne was slotted past the keeper by Liam Cawley. Cawley was involved again when a perfect lay off was driven low into the corner by Ross Knight, a third was soon to follow when a chip over the top was despatched by Andy Gordon with a superb 1st touch and finish. At this point Brinklow were flying however a mix up at the back gifted Jaguar a goal & put them back in the game. It was left to Andy Gordon to put the team back on track when he ran from the half way line, beat 3 players and the keeper and sent the team in at half time with a well-deserved 4-1 lead.

The second half was not as entertaining, Jaguar got one back to make it 4-2 on 65 minutes but on 75 a ball in from the right by Ross Knight was passed into the net by Liam Cawley whilst under pressure from the defender. This ended any thoughts of a Jaguar comeback and it was finally left to Ross Knight to seal the win by leaping on a mistake by the Jaguar keeper and ‘placing’ the ball into the top left corner. A great goal line clearance by Nic Whitttam after 80 minutes meant the game finished 6-2.

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, Cunningham, Woodward, Whitham, Moyo (James 80) , Pulford, Byrne, Knight, Gordon, Cawley

Match Report from Paul Wilby

3rd May 2014

**** Well done to the reserves. After beating The Bell (AEI) 1-0 in the final last night they are crowned Major Boyd Carpenter Cup Winners ****

Captain Scott Vallance Lifts the trophy

Nic Whittam Picks up the Man of the Match Award

Brinklow Reserves v The Bell (AEI) Reserves
Major Boyd Carpenter Final

Friday 2nd May 2014
K.O. 6pm
Venue: Hawkes Mill

Entrance tickets £3 each available now from Bob Kearney

*****Please come & support the team*****

Further details please contact Bob Kearney


2nd May 2014

Brinklow 1 (Byrne 62) - Christ the King 1 (70)
Ryan Byrne’s 62nd minute strike was not enough to see off the challenge from Kings in a fifth versus sixth in the league clash. The first half saw neither side gaining the ascendency; the home side had the greater amount of possession with Kings having the better goal chances. The game came to life when Byrne received the ball just inside the box, fought off challenges from three defenders to turn and fire into the corner of the net. Brinklow had a golden opportunity to increase their lead two minutes later when Liam Cawley sent a cross into the box, evading the Kings defence, that no-one was able to connect with. Brinklow’s lead lasted until 70 minutes when Kings forced an equaliser after breaking down the left wing and producing a finish from just inside the area.

Brinklow: Farthing, Whitham, Keay, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford ( Johnson 85), Byrne, Blackmore, Knight, Chater (Vallance 75), Moyo (Cawley 53)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

26th April 2014

Brinklow 1 (Blackmore 19) Jet Blades 1 (10)
Brinklow and Jet Blades fought out a stalemate in a game of two halves. The first forty-five minutes producing exciting attacking football. The second half was, by contrast a scrappy affair. Jet Blades took the lead on 10 minutes, against the run of play, after breaking down the left wing into the box and firing past Daniel Mallinson in the Brinklow goal. Mallinson kept Brinklow in the game five minutes later producing a reflex save from close range. Brinklow’s equaliser came from a piece of individual brilliance, by Rhys Blackmore, after 19 minutes. The midfielder received the ball on the edge of the box, fought off challenges from two defenders, turned and fired an unstoppable strike into the corner of the net. This result leaves Brinklow sixth in the league with six games remaining.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Banton, Gordon, Cunningham, Whittam, Blackmore, Pulford, Byrne, Chater, Knight (Moyo 66), Nelson (Finlay 71)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

20th April 2014

Hawkesmill 3 (45,46,77) Brinkow 1 (James 30)
Brinklow were very much the architects of their own misfortune as they went down to lowly Hawkesmill. The home side were gifted two goals either side of the half-time interval, courtesy of a free header and a breakdown in communication in the Brinklow defence. Brinklow started the game looking the stronger side and it was no surprise when they went ahead on 30 minutes. Ally Keay fed Ryan Byrne who set up Matt James to fire home from the right hand corner of the penalty area. Byrne had earlier forced the home keeper into a full-stretch save, tipping a shot over the bar. Ross Knight was thwarted by the home keeper when in a one-on-one position, on 54 minutes. Any hopes for Brinklow gaining anything from this game received severe set-back on 77 minutes when an own goal was conceded from a corner.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Banton, Keay, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford, Byrne, Blackmore, Chater (Finlay 82), Knight (Lavery 75), James.

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

11th April 2014

Brinklow 2 (Knight 14, Nelson 38) Highway Coundon Court 0
Brinklow overcame a warm-up injury sustained by David Moyo to produce a first half of quality attacking football. Ross Knight gave the home side the lead on 14 minutes after making a run down the left flank and firing towards Danny Nelson who was in the six yard box. The Highway ‘keeper appeared to have his view blocked as the ball slipped into the far corner of the net. Brinklow increased their lead on 38 minutes when Ryan Byrne won the ball in midfield and slipped an inch - perfect pass to Danny Nelson who slammed the ball home from close range. Highway, who had scored 13 goals in their last three outings, were held at bay by the aerial dominance of Mark Woodward in the Brinklow defence and tigerish tackling in midfield from Lloyd Pulford. This result keeps Brinklow fifth in the league, a great achievement from a young side who are in the process of rebuilding.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Keay, Banton, Cunningham, Woodward, Blackmore, Pulford, Byrne, Nelson, James (Cawley 71), Knight

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

6th April 2014

Brinklow Reserves v Jet Blade Reserves

Major Boyd Carpenter Cup Semi Final
Tuesday 8th April 2014
K.O. 7pm
Venue: Sphinx

*****Please come & support the team*****

Further details please contact Bob Kearney


4th April 2014

Stockton 0 Brinklow 3 (Byrne 13, 36, Nelson 78)
A double strike from Ryan Byrne saw Brinklow overcome lowly Stockton. The Brinklow captain struck a 25 yard free kick, on 13 minutes, sending the ball around the defensive wall to find the right corner of the net. Byrne netted again on 36 minutes rising to apply a deft, close-range header to a Matt James corner. Brinklow had earlier caused problems for the home defence with Mark Woodward presenting a strong aerial threat. Matt James came close to adding to the score on 39 minutes forcing the home keeper to tip his goal-bound free kick over the bar. The game continued with Brinklow having the majority of the play with wingers David Moyo and Andy Graham both showing fearsome attacking pace. Danny Nelson wrapped the game up on 78 minutes when he applied a close-range volley to a Ross Knight cross.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Banton, James, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford, Byrne, Blackmore, Nelson, Gordon (Knight 71), Moyo (Lavery 84).

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

28th March 2014

Ambleside 1 (4) Brinklow 0
Brinklow’s recent unbeaten run ended on a windy and wet spring day in Nuneaton. Ambleside got off to a flyer before the game had settled. A defence – splitting pass was rounded off by being placed beyond an outstretched Daniel Mallinson into the left corner of the net. Brinklow failed to recover from this early setback and never managed to produce the quality of football that has characterised their recent games. David Moyo came closest to an equaliser in the first half hitting the woodwork with a close range effort. Ryan Byrne sent a header against the bar on 50 minutes. Two minutes later Brinklow got out of jail when Ambleside were one – on – one with the ‘keeper but were only able to rattle the crossbar. In all, this was a game Brinklow will probably want to forget.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Banton, James, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford (Knight 70), Byrne, Blackmore, Nelson, Chater, Moyo (Cawley 59)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville


24th March 2014

Mid-Season Progress Report From the Reserves Team Manager
Brinklow Reserves are currently enjoying a good run in their first season in Division Three with things going well as they sit in the top half of the table. They are, at the moment, the only unbeaten side in the whole of The Coventry Alliance which in itself is something to be proud of. There is still plenty of football to be played and some very good teams to meet but they have worked hard to put themselves in a healthy position in the league for the remainder of the season. The Reserves are also waiting to find out the opponents they will meet having battled to reach the semi final of The Boyd-Carpenter Cup.

The development side of the Reserves is also working well with a number of our younger players from last season making the jump up to our First team and all holding their own. This has meant somewhat of a re-build for the Reserves which is ongoing, but it has allowed some of our Youth team lads to make their first steps into Seniors football. A couple of them were involved in recent league wins, doing well and looking like they have bright futures at the club. Hopefully, by the end of the season more will get the chance to make their Seniors debut.

A difficult season at times due to so many changes, but the positives of the young players coming into the Seniors together with the return of some players recently unavailable means everything is heading in a positive direction and with silverware still a possibility as we make the final push towards the end of the season all looks positive for both this season and the future.

Bob Kearney
Reserves Team Manager


23rd March 2014

Jaguar-Daimler 1(85) - Brinklow 2 (James 60, Nelson 87)
Matt James was both scorer and provider as Brinklow extended their unbeaten run to six games. The Brinklow dead-ball specialist stunned everyone on 60 minutes, sending a 25 yard free kick over the defensive wall to sneak inside the right-hand post. James turned provider on 87 minutes, floating a free kick into the box for Danny Nelson to coolly apply a glancing header into the goal. Brinklow had the majority of the play and had plenty of opportunities to break the deadlock before half-time. Jaguar-Daimler hit an equaliser, against the run of play, on 85 minutes to almost spoil the party. As the game gathered tempo in the final minutes Brinklow’s ‘keeper, Daniel Mallinson was twice called upon to produce last-ditch saves whilst facing one-on-one situations. Overall, Brinklow had the better of this game, having the opportunities to win by a greater margin, and looked good value for their victory.

Brinklow: Mallinson, Banton (Cawley 71) , James, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford (Knight), Byrne, Blackmore, Chater, Nelson, Moyo.

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

20th March 2014

Mid-Season Progress Report From the 1st Team Manager
After a tough start to myself and Lavs reign as Brinklow 1st team management, what with settling in (quite late in pre-season) a lot of change for us and the players, which I believe had an effect on early results along with players missing, other issues and also some pretty average performances , things since just before Christmas have improved dramatically.

The young players promoted from the Reserves have been a breath of fresh air, as have the other new signings. We are on a great run at the moment having not lost in 8 league games. With 6 wins and 2 draws. The squad is in a confident mood and is stronger than it's been all season. A good continued push from here on in can see us finish high up the league, with a fantastic platform to move forward into next season and what we hope will bring success and silverware. KEEP IT UP FELLAS!

Danny Finlay
1st Team Manager

10th March 2014

Brinklow 6 (Nelson 29 (pen), 50, 72, 87 Moyo 70, Woodward 39) Hawkes Mill Sports 1 (34)
Danny Nelson hit a salvo of four goals to sink lowly Hawkes Mill. The Brinklow striker converted a penalty on 29 minutes when David Moyo was upended after making a penetrating run into the visitor’s penalty area. Hawkes Mill hit back five minutes later when Brinklow lost possession in midfield allowing the visitors to even the score. Mark Woodward restored Brinklow’s lead on 39 minutes when he climbed above the defence to head home a Rhys Blackmore corner. A clever passing move saw Lloyd Pulford set up Danny Nelson to chip the Hawkes Mill ‘keeper on 50 minutes. Brinklow went further ahead when Ryan Bryne produced a measured cross for David Moyo to head home on 70 minutes. David Moyo turned into provider two minutes later after making a fine solo run to cross for Danny Nelson to fire home. The game was wrapped up in the dying minutes when Danny Nelson met an Andy Gordon cross to slot home at close range.

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, James, Cunningham, Woodward, Pulford, Byrne, Blackmore, Chater (Gordon 72), Nelson, Moyo (Knight 72)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

3rd March 2014

Brinklow 3 (Woodward 41, Moyo 46, Nelson 90) Woodlands 2 (22,29)
Danny Nelson’s last-minute strike gave Brinklow their first “double” of the season at the expense of Woodlands. The opening minutes saw both sides struggling to settle on a heavy pitch that had suffered from weeks of rain. Brinklow’s Ash Marks saw a goal-bound header cleared off the line on twelve minutes but it was Woodlands who opened the scoring on 22 minutes. Brinklow’s defence failed to clear a free kick that was latched onto and converted. The home side found themselves two goals down seven minutes later when a Woodlands player unleashed an unstoppable strike.

Brinklow got back into the game when Mark Woodward rose above the Woodlands defence to head an Ollie Chater cross home on 41 minutes. Shortly after the re-start David Moyo met a Danny Nelson cross to slot home from five yards. The remainder of the second half mainly saw Woodlands exerting pressure on the Brinklow goal and the home side trying to hit back on the break. The game looked destined for a draw when Ollie Chater produced a cross for Danny Nelson who lashed the ball home from close range.

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, Cawley, Cunningham, Woodward, Marks (Knight 45), Blackmore, Pulford (Witham 76), Chater, Nelson, Moyo (James 81)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

17th Feb 2014

Brinklow Football Club presents


Saturday 29th March: 8,00pm
The Raven Inn, Brinklow

£5 entry (including Hot Food)
Bar/Refreshments available

Tickets available from the Raven

5th Jan 2014

Rugby Town 5 Brinklow 0
A really good performance from the squad today against a team that are currently 2nd in Division 1 of the Southern league, 5 leagues above our current status and the highest positioned club Brinklow have yet faced.

Danny Finlay commented 'These are the types of games we want for Brinklow and can all learn a lot from, especially the players and more so the young players who once again showed that they have a great future if they want one'.

Lee Lavery commented 'Hopefully the boys will learn a great deal from today. As the game grew so did their confidence. Very proud of all of you'.


30th Dec 2013

Jet Blades 0 Brinklow 2 (Banton 20, Byrne 45)
An injection of youth and experience gave Brinklow an emphatic league win at Jet Blades. Lloyd Pulford, David Moyo and Jack Cunningham all impressed after making the step-up from the Reserves, whilst the experienced Luke Pritchard was drafted in to bolster the defence. Brinklow opened the scoring on 20 minutes when Josh Banton latched onto a Ryan Byrne corner to hammer the ball home from the edge of the box. Dead-ball specialist Ryan Byrne increased Brinklow’s lead on the stroke of half-time sending a free kick over the defensive wall to dip into the right corner of the goal, from 25 yards. Jack Cunningham was unlucky not to add to Brinklow’s tally on 52 minutes with a diving header that shaved the top of the bar. The only negative to take away from this game was an Achilles injury to Lee Lavery on 42 minutes. Ross Knight came on as substitute leaving Brinklow to play out the remainder of the game with six teenaged players.

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

19th Dec 2013

Brinklow 2 ( Gordon pen. 28, O.G. 82) Folly Lane 3 (32,62, 106) AET
Brinklow went out of the Coventry Charity Cup to hotly-tipped league favourites, Folly Lane in extra time. The game started well for Brinklow when they were awarded a penalty for a deliberate hand ball incident on 28 minutes. A Folly Lane defender was red carded for saving a goal bound effort from Andy Gordon who scored from the spot kick. Folly Lane hit back on 32 minutes with a shot from ten yards following a breakaway down the right wing. Folly Lane struck again on 62 minutes after capitalising on the Brinklow defence’s failure to clear a loose ball. On 82minutes Lee Lavery placed the Folly Lane defence under pressure to force an own goal from a corner. The first period of extra time saw Brinklow pressing hard for the winner with Liam Cawley making incisive runs down the left flank. Folly Lane secured their passage into the next round after scoring almost straight from the kick off in the second period of extra time

Brinklow: Farthing, Keay, Judd, Woodward, Carter, Chater (61 Cawley), Gordon, Marks, Banton (85 James), Byrne, Lavery (85 Knight)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

16th Dec 2013 -A REMINDER-

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11th Dec 2013

Coventry Sphinx v Brinklow

Tuesday 17th December 2013
K.O. 7.30pm
Venue: Sphinx

*****Please come & support the team*****

Further details please contact Danny Finlay


11th Dec 2013

Brinklow 2 (Woodward 6, James pen.90) Stockton 2 (9, 74)
Brinklow gained a draw to end a run of three defeats with a 90th minute penalty. Brinklow opened the scoring on 4 minutes when Stockton failed to clear a Ryan Byrne corner and Mark Woodward lashed a loose ball into the net from five yards. Stockton equalised with a breakaway goal on 9 minutes. Ollie Chater came close to regaining the lead for Brinklow on 29 minutes but his shot went marginally wide of the post. The second half saw Brinklow with the bulk of possession and goal opportunities but not being able to apply accuracy to the final ball. Stockton scored a second goal after a breakaway move on 74 minutes. The closing stages saw Brinklow press for the equaliser. A penalty was awarded to Brinklow, for a handball, in the last minute of the game. Matt James stepped up, kept his nerve and fired home a text-book spot kick

Brinklow: Farthing, Wallace, Woodward, Carter, Cawley, Chater (James 74), Banton, Judd (Finlay 81), Byrne, Lavery (Knight 74), Gordon..

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

3rd Dec 2013

Bulkington 2 (13, 45) - Brinklow 1 (Lavery 56)
Bulikington hit two first half goals to condemn a Brinklow side hit by suspensions and players being unavailable, to a third consecutive league defeat. Bulkington, quickly capitalised on Brinklow having to play into the sun by opening the scoring on 13 minutes, when a looping header evaded Jack Farthing in the Brinklow goal. Brinklow kept the Bulkington defence busy with Mark Woodward and Ross Knight both forcing saves from the ‘keeper. Bulkington increased their lead on the stroke of half - time getting behind the Brinklow defence and crossing the ball into the six yard area for the finish. Player-Manager, Lee Lavery put Brinklow back into the game latching on to a loose ball on 56 minutes after a long throw from Ally Keay caused havoc in the Bulkington penalty area. Lee Lavery was thwarted twice by the Bulkington keeper and had an appeal for a penalty turned down on 78 minutes when he appeared to have been cut down in the eighteen yard box. Lee Lavery came close again on 83 minutes after turning a Liam Cawley corner marginally wide. The final minutes saw Brinklow continuing to press for an equaliser, which on another day might have materialised, but Bulkington managed to hold on for the victory.

Brinklow: Farthing, Banton, Carter, Woodward, Keay, Orford, Byrne, Chater, Cawley, Lavery, Knight (Finlay 69)

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

26th Nov 2013

Brinklow 3 (Marks 60, Gordon 64, Byrne 79) Whitnash Town 5 (14,15,52,65,90)
Brinklow found themselves having to chase this game after falling two-nil behind within the space of fifteen minutes. On 52 minutes Whitnash made in three-nil, Brinklow ‘keeper, Jack Farthing tipped a shot onto the crossbar only to see the ball rebound to present an easy tap-in opportunity.

Ash Marks on the ball against Whitnash

At three-nil down Brinklow rallied and produced their best spell of the game. Ryan Byrne set up Ross Knight who rasped a shot against the cross-bar on 59 minutes. Ash Marks reduced the deficit one minute later firing hard and low into the corner of the net after being set up by Andy Gordon following good approach play from playmaker Ryan Byrne. Four minutes later Andy Gordon found the net after a long throw from Josh Banton created havoc in the Whitnash penalty area. Any advantage Brinklow gained was swiftly stopped when lack of concentration allowed Whitnash to increase their lead straight from the restart.

Liam Cawley and Ross Knight combined to set up Brinklow’s third goal on 79 minutes. Ryan Byrne took full advantage to finish with shot which swerved past the Whitnash ‘keeper. Charitable Whitnash shooting, from the penalty spot on 82 minutes allowed Brinklow to press for an equaliser.

The final minutes saw Brinklow continue to attempt to rescue the game. In the final minute of full time, Whitnash were able to mount an attack on the break and chip the ball over Jack Farthing in the Brinklow goal to wrap up the game.

Brinklow: Farthing, Judd, Wallace (Wilkins 76), Woodward, Cawley, Banton, Byrne, James (Lavery 76), Gordon , Knight, Marks.

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

18th Nov 2013

Chelmsley Town 2 (63, 75) Brinklow 1 (Nelson 20)
Brinklow bowed out of the Birmingham County Challenge Vase in a game that hinged upon a controversial refereeing decision. An equalising goal was awarded to the home side when the ball did not appear to have crossed the goal line. Protests following the referee’s decision saw Brinklow down to ten men, after Ash Marks was red-carded for dissent. Prior to this incident, Brinklow looked comfortable and good for their one – nil lead. Danny Nelson having fired home on 20 minutes after latching onto a loose ball on the edge of the area and unleashing a shot into the right corner of the net.

Brinklow’s chances of gaining anything from this game were further reduced after Ian Judd was dismissed for a second bookable offence. Chelmsley took full advantage of their numerical advantage going ahead on 75 minutes with a headed goal from a corner. Jack Farthing produced a save from the top drawer to deny Chelmsley on 85 minutes. In spite of being down to nine Brinklow continued to chase an equaliser and were unlucky not to capitalise on a last minute goalmouth scramble.

Brinklow: Farthing, Keay, Woodward, Wallace Judd, Marks, Banton, Byrne, Chater (Knight 85), Gordon, Nelson.

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

13th November 2013


Birmingham County
Saturday Challenge Vase

Chelmsley Town v Brinklow

Saturday 16th November 2013
K.O. 1.30pm
Venue: The Pavilion, Coleshill Road, Marston Green, Birmingham B37 7HW

Directions: M6 junction 4, if travelling south, turn left at the motorway island, if travelling north turn right. Turn 1st left into Coleshill Heath Road, straight on at island, 2nd right into Coleshill Road and then 2nd right into ground.

*****Please come & support the team*****

Further details please contact Danny Finlay


25th Oct 2013 -UPDATED-

Folly Lane 3 (1, 54, 90) Brinklow 1 (Byrne 56)
Brinklow suffered a cup exit at the hands of league high-flyers, Folly Lane, in a game that was blighted by high winds. It was the home side who made the most of the conditions, going ahead in the first minute. A free kick was controversially awarded to Folly Lane just outside the right side of the penalty area. An accurate dead ball strike snuck just inside the left hand post. Brinklow’s search for an equaliser was hampered by having to play into a strong wind. Danny Nelson came close, on the stroke of half time, forcing the Folly Lane keeper to tip his shot tip over the bar.

Brinklow fell further behind on 54 minutes when Folly Lane regained the lead with a headed goal. Ryan Byrne shot Brinklow back into contention two minutes later applying the finish to a free kick 25 yards from goal. The dead ball specialist produced a top quality finish guiding the ball over the defensive wall into the top right corner of the net.

Brinklow pressed for an equaliser but the final minute saw Folly Lane wrap the game up with a goal on the break.

Brinklow: Huddlestone, Orford, Wallace, Woodward, Walker (84 Lavery), Chater (James 70), Byrne, Banton, Gordon, Nelson, Knight

Match Report from Martin Baskerville

29th Oct 2013 -UPDATED-

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27th Oct 2013 -UPDATED-

Open Players Meeting
(A chance for players to raise any issues or concerns)

Saturday 9th
November 2013 (immediately after the games)
: Community Hall, Brinklow

Beers will be provided


25th Oct 2013 -UPDATED-

Brinklow 1 (Marks 3) Ambleside 3 (9, 12, 22)
The form book was torn up as Brinklow suffered an end to their recent spell of good results. Ambleside wrapped the game up after unleashing a thirteen minute first-half blitzkrieg, from which Brinklow were unable to recover.

Things started well for Brinklow when Ash Marks opening the scoring after three minutes. Ambleside equalised on nine minutes after being awarded a free kick which was met and volleyed in from close range. Three minutes later Ambleside gained the lead with an angled shot from inside the box. On twenty two minutes Ambleside took advantage of being gifted a free header from a corner to go further ahead.

The second half saw both teams locked in a stalemate with neither side looking like scoring. In conclusion, this was a game Brinklow would probably prefer to forget.

Brinklow Huddlestone, Wallace, Woodward, Judd, Keay, Banton, Chater (Fox 70) Cawley, Graham, Marks (James 23) Knight (Lavery 70)

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20th Oct 2013 -UPDATED-

Woodlands 0 Brinklow 3 (Byrne 22, Chater 55, Knight 67)
Brinklow maintained their good run as they overcame Woodlands to record their third consecutive away win. Manager, Danny Finlay kept faith with the same line-up that hit seven past Dunlop the previous week to be repaid by three goals from the top drawer and a convincing victory.

The opening 20 minutes saw two players from each side cautioned as both teams struggled to dominate the game. Ryan Byrne opened the scoring on 22 minutes after unleashing a thunderbolt to finish to an Ollie Chater cross, which was set for him by Ash Marks. Woodlands piled on the pressure, at one point gaining four consecutive corners, but were unable to produce an equaliser.

Brinklow hearts were in their mouths on 47 minutes when Woodlands produced a lob which cleared Dale Huddlestone only to hit the bar. Ollie Chater increased Brinklow’s advantage after making a solo run down the left wing, cut in and fired home an angled shot on the run, into the right corner of the goal. Ross Knight wrapped up the points half way through the second half after meeting an Ash Marks cross with a sweetly struck volley that was placed into the right corner of the net.

Danny Nelson looked to have won a penalty on 79 minutes after being brought down when through on goal but the incident was judged to be outside the box. The Woodlands keeper was forced to parry the resulting free kick with the ball falling to Liam Cawley who fired marginally wide. The closing minutes saw Brinklow emphasising their dominance with Matt James and Danny Nelson both going close.

Brinklow: Huddlestone, Wallace, Keay, Woodward, Judd, Marks (Cawley 73), Banton, Byrne, Chater, Gordon (James 76), Knight (Nelson 69).

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10th Oct 2013

Dunlop 2 (11, 77) Brinklow 7 (Marks 10, Gordon 14, 15 (pen), 20, Chater 34, Knight 44, James 88)
Memories of the recent loss to Dunlop were completely erased as Brinklow turned on the style to produce a ruthless first - half display of finishing. Brinklow took the lead after 10 minutes when a Ryan Byrne free – kick hit the bar setting up Ash Marks to head home the rebound. Dunlop hit back almost straight from the restart courtesy of a defensive error. The lead was restored to Brinklow on 14 minutes when Andy Gordon went on a solo run to produce a classy finish placing the ball out of the keepers reach. A minute later Ross Knight was upended in the box after put through on goal by a defence - splitting pass provided by Ryan Byrne. Andy Gordon despatched the resulting penalty with a textbook spot kick. Andy Gordon gained his hat – trick on 20 minutes guiding the ball past the keeper after connecting with a cross provided by Ollie Chater. The first half rout continued on 34 minutes when Ryan Byrne neatly threaded a pass between two defenders for Ollie Chater to tuck the ball into the corner of the net. Just before the break Ross Knight made it six for Brinklow after being placed one – on - one with the keeper by a pass from Ian Judd.

The second half saw Brinklow being unable to convert a multitude of scoring opportunities into a goal. Brinklow were also frustrated by the Dunlop keeper who produced a purple patch of form to pull off a string of last ditch saves. Dunlop pulled a goal back against the run of play on 77 minutes firing home a free kick on the edge of the box. Matt James gave Brinklow the last word two minutes from time when he volleyed home a cross provided by Andy Gordon.

Brinklow: Huddlestone, Wallace, Keay, Woodward, Judd, Marks (James 60), Banton, Byrne (Cawley 60), Chater, Gordon, Knight (Lavery 80).

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5th Oct 2013

Coventry Colliery 1 (72) Brinklow 4 (James 60, Finlay 104 and 109, Cawley 113)
Lack of recent competitive match practice caused Brinklow to require extra-time to progress to the next round, as they struggled to assert themselves against lower league opposition. Brinklow could have fallen behind twice in the first half. Colliery missed an open goal opportunity on 15 minutes and only great defending by Rob Wallace on 40 minutes, when Dale Huddlestone had been rounded, kept the game scoreless at half time.

Brinklow took the lead on the hour when Matt James applied the finish when he intercepted a wayward defensive pass in the Colliery penalty area. Colliery equalised on 72 minutes after being awarded a free-kick just outside the penalty area. The resulting kick evaded the defensive wall and keeper to find the top right hand corner of the net. Brinklow had their chances to win the game in normal time; Andy Gordon put the ball wide after being put through on goal, Liam Cawley rattled the cross bar with a 25 yard volley and Matt James fired past the post.

Extra-time saw Brinklow begin to dominate the game. Danny Finlay re-established Brinklow’s advantage after cooly slotting home, from the rebound, after a Liam Cawley shot hit the post. Colliery were not in any mood to surrender the game, twice forcing Dale Huddlestone into action making a great save from a deflected shot and getting a foot to a goal-bound strike. Danny Finlay struck again in the second half of extra time, latching on to a loose ball in the box and hammering it into the corner of the net. The veteran striker had a hand in the fourth goal, setting up Ollie Chater who made a blistering run then crossed for Liam Cawley to provide the finish.

Brinklow: Huddlestone, Keay, Wallace, Woodward, Judd (Cawley77), Marks (Banton 65),Chater Byrne, James, Gordon, Finlay (Lavery 114).

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10th Sept 2013

Brinklow 2 (Nelson 41, Linton 90) AEI (The Bell) 1 (70)
Dildale Linton broke AEI hearts with a last – minute goal to snatch all three points for Brinklow in an adrenalin – fuelled local derby. The opening stages saw both teams give notice of their intentions. Dildale Linton came close on 9 minutes heading an Andy Gordon cross just over the bar. A minute later AEI looked to have opened the scoring when a cross from a corner was headed past the post. On 12 minutes Mark Woodward was denied after climbing above the AEI defence to meet a Ryan Byrne corner only to see his header cleared off the line.

Brinklow took the lead after Danny Finlay produced a threaded pass for Danny Nelson. The big striker made no mistake smashing the ball home from close range. Shortly before half time, Dale Huddlestone was severely tested making a diving save to deny AEI.

A goal mouth scramble on 67 minutes involved Danny Nelson, Dale Linton and Danny Finlay. Brinklow looked set to increase their lead only to be denied by the AEI keeper tipping the resulting shot past the post. AEI equalised on 70 minutes when a cross from the left evaded the Brinklow defence to be met by a close range header. Brinklow hearts were in their mouths on 82 minutes when AEI were one on one with Dale Huddlestone but placed their shot over the bar.

The game looked destined for a draw when Dildale Linton made a blistering run down the left flank and cut in to unleash a shot at what seemed to be an impossibly acute angle the ball slipping between the AEI keepers legs. Initial thoughts that the ball may not have crossed the line were dispelled when the Assistant Referee signalled a goal.

Brinklow: Huddlestone, Wallace, Keay, Woodward, Mullarkey, Byrne, Marks, Gordon (Chater 76), Finlay (James 69), Nelson, Linton

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10th Sept 2013

Folly Lane 3 (36, 65, 76) Brinklow 1 (Byrne 75)
Brinklow slumped to their second defeat of the season in spite of making the better start to this game. On 11 minutes Ryan Byrne’s corner found Danny Finlay whose rose above the defence only to see his header clear the crossbar. A long pass from Andy Gordon, on 16 minutes, saw Jake Chater one on one with the keeper but unable to convert his chance. Folly Lane were given their lead on 36 minutes courtesy of some charitable Brinklow defending. Brinklow persisted with attacking football but were unable to find accuracy with their final ball. On 40 minutes Jake Chater was unable to keep his shot below the cross bar.

Brinklow fell further behind on 65 minutes. Dale Hudlestone appeared to have saved a low hard drive but the assistant referee flagged to indicate the ball had crossed the goal line.

Brinklow reduced the deficit on 75 minutes when Ryan Byrne met a pass from Jake Chater and fired into the top right corner. Any thoughts of a Brinklow revival were forgotten one minute later when Folly Lane sprung the offside trap to go 3 -1 ahead.

The introduction of Lee Lavery gave Brinklow a greater impetus in attack but they were unable to find any breach the Folly Lane defence.

Brinklow: Dale Huddlestone, Keay, Wallace, Woodward, Jamie Huddlestone (Lavery 81), Ollie Chater (James 59), Byrne, Cawley, Gordon, Jake Chater, Finlay (Nelson 61).

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4th Sept 2013

Christ the King 2 (30, 67) Brinklow 3 (Gordon 20, James 47, Nelson 83)
A rejuvenated Brinklow battled hard to record their second three pointer of the season. Brinklow were the quicker to settle and had the most of the early play. Ian Judd came close to scoring on nine minutes hitting the post after latching onto a pass from Andy Gordon. It came as no surprise when Brinklow opened the scoring on 20 minutes. A cross from Ally Keay created confusion in the Kings defence allowing Andy Gordon to head home. On the half hour the Brinklow defence decided to temporarily adopt a charitable approach to the opposition and present them with an equaliser. Shortly after the restart Brinklow took the lead when a Ryan Byrne pass found Matt James who produced a clinical finish slotting the ball between the keeper’s legs. A chance for Brinklow to increase their lead came on 58 minutes but Danny Nelson was unable to keep his shot down after meeting an Andy Gordon cross. On 63 minutes Andy Gordon met with an Ollie Chater cross but was not able to bring his header below the cross bar. Brinklow found themselves back on equal terms on 67 minutes when a Kings shot hit the post presenting a tap - in opportunity. A decisive finish was applied by Danny Nelson seven minutes from time, Andy Gordon providing the cross for the big striker to unleash an unstoppable close range volley

Brinklow: Dale Huddlestone, Keay, Woodward, Jamie Huddlestone, Judd, Chater, Byrne, Cawley (Fox 70), Gordon, James (Lavery 82), Nelson

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31st August 2013

Brinklow 3 (Liam Cawley 12, Danny Finlay 30, Matt James 60) Woodlands 4 (11, 50 (pen), 89 (pen), 115 ) (AET)
A meeting between last season’s league champions and runners-up promised a close hard fought game. A neutral observer would not have been disappointed.

Brinklow fell behind to a headed goal after 11 minutes but equalised almost immediately when Liam Cawley connected with an Ally Keay cross just outside the six yard box. The game continued with neither side gaining the ascendency. David Hazell produced a good one–handed save to thwart Woodlands. Jake Chater produced two efforts, one finding the side netting and the other just past the post.

Veteran striker Danny Finlay fired Brinklow into the lead on the half hour, coolly slotting home after being supplied by a cross from Jake Chater. Mark Woodward was unlucky not to find the net, firing marginally wide after being fed by Ollie Chater who had made a fine solo run from midfield.

Woodlands equalized shortly after the break. A penalty was awarded and duly despatched after Rob Wallace was judged to have handled. Matt James restored Brinklow’s lead on the hour firing a low left foot shot into the corner of the net after being set up by Danny Finlay. The game’s pivotal moment occurred on 81 minutes when Rob Wallace was controversially shown a second yellow for what was judged to be a bad tackle. Brinklow were unable to hold out with ten men and suffered the heartbreak of having a second penalty awarded against them in the 89th minute when Ollie Chater was penalised for handling in the box. Extra–Time was setup by the converted spot–kick.

Extra time saw the game continuing to ebb and flow. Ian Judd peppered the Woodlands penalty area with long throws but the Woodlands defence refused to buckle. Woodlands secured their passage into the next phase of the competition shortly before the end of the first period. Despite their numerical disadvantage, Brinklow continued to press for an equaliser but were unable to convert pressure into a goal.

Brinklow: Hazell, Wallace, Keay, Woodward, Huddlestone, Olly Chater, Byrne, Cawley (Judd 69), James, Jake Chater (Linton 64), Finlay

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30th August 2013

Brinklow 3 (Judd 24, Nelson 55, James 79) Dunlop 4 (14, 40, 66, 73)
A depleted and below par Brinklow were always chasing the game against Premiership newcomers Dunlop. Dunlop settled into the game quicker and soon had Brinklow keeper David Hazell performing acrobatics, tipping a goal - bound effort over the bar. Sustained pressure saw Dunlop on the score sheet after fourteen minutes. Ian Judd restored parity after 24 minutes pouncing on a loose ball in the box. Two minutes later Danny Nelson latched onto a Liam Cawley cross but was unable to keep his shot on target. On 40 minutes Brinklow found themselves behind again after Dunlop found the target after breaking down the left and firing a low shot into the corner of the net.

Brinklow started the second half with Mark Woodward heading wide from a Ryan Byrne free kick and Ryan Byrne firing over the bar. On 55 minutes Brinklow found themselves back on equal terms when the Dunlop defence failed to clear a Ryan Byrne shot and Danny Nelson was first to the loose ball. Any thoughts of a Brinklow victory were put aside when Dunlop hit two more goals.

Matt James reduced the deficit on 79 minutes after supplying the finish to an Olly Chater cross. The final minutes saw Brinklow in an all-out attempt to try to salvage something from the game. Dildale Linton, on as a substitute after returning from injury, came the closest to scoring after firing just wide of the post. On another day Brinklow might have come away with something from this game.

Brinklow: Hazell, Cunningham (Finlay 79), Judd (Lavery 66), Woodward, Huddlestone, Chater, Fox (Linton 66), Byrne, Cawley, James, Nelson.

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22nd August 2013

Hawkes Mill Sports 1 Brinklow 4 (Jake Chater 20, James 32, Nelson 53, 83)
Brinklow got their cup campaign off to a flying start with an emphatic win at Hawkes Mill, despite falling behind in the 13th minute. Any fears of a first round exit were soon allayed by Jake Chater who converted Ally Keay’s cross on 20 minutes. Sustained Brinklow pressure saw Danny Nelson narrowly fire over the crossbar after being set up by Ryan Byrne. Brinklow took the lead with the best goal of the game, on 32 minutes. Matt James produced a moment of pure quality with a shot from just outside the penalty area that both dipped and swerved to avoid the grasp of the Hawkes Mill keeper.

The second half saw Brinklow add to their lead when Liam Cawley crossed for Danny Nelson to head home from close range. Jake Chater was unlucky not to add to the score line, coming close on two occasions. The game was finished as a contest on 83 minutes, when the Hawkes Mill keeper was not able to hold Matt James shot leaving Danny Nelson to tap home from close range.

Brinklow: Hazell, Woodward, Keay, Wallace, Huddlestone (Bunning 76), Olly Chater, Byrne, Cawley, Jake Chater (Lavery 76), James, Nelson.

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19th August 2013

Brinklow 6 (Linton 42, 48, 74 Fox 47, OG 56, Jones 87) Brooklands/Jaguar 1
Brinklow produced a strong performance to overcome Brooklands / Jaguar in a game that they always dominated. Matt James gave early notice of Brinklow’s intent, in the first ten minutes, by firing a shot against the post and another just wide.

It took almost the whole of the first half for Brinklow to convert the pressure into a goal. The 42nd minute saw Brinklow receive a reward for their dominance. The ever - dangerous Dildale Linton escaped his marker to side – foot home a cross provided by Ollie Chater following good approach play from Liam Cawley.

Brinklow went into half – time having had most of the play but showing only the one goal to the good. The second half saw Brinklow’s fortune in front of goal reversed with them scoring two quick goals. On 47 minutes Jamie Fox made it two – nil, connecting with a flick – on from Ryan Byrne in a crowded penalty area. Last season’s top – scorer, Dildale Linton made it three – nil shortly afterwards, firing home a cross from Liam Cawley. A fourth goal was added when a Matt James corner was turned into his own net by a Brooklands / Jaguar defender.

Brooklands / Jaguar pulled a goal back after 65 minutes but this did not prove to be the spark for any revival. Brinklow hit back after 74 minutes when Dildale Linton gained his hat – trick after pouncing on a defensive error. Andy Jones completed the scoring with three minutes remaining after applying the finish to a cross from Liam Cawley.

Brinklow: Hazell, Woodward, Keay, Wallace, Huddlestone (Bunning 66), Chater, Byrne, Cawley, Fox, James (Jones 80), Linton (Lavery 82)

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5th August 2013

Sphinx Bowl Trophy
Brinklow v Jet Blades

(All proceeds going to our nominated charity of leukaemia and lymphoma research)
Saturday 10th August 2013
K.O. 2.15pm
Venue: Sphinx

Entrance Charge - £2

*****Please come & support the team*****

Further details please contact Danny Finlay

1st August 2013


First team Friendly
Brinklow v Sileby Rangers

Saturday 3rd August 2013
K.O. 3pm
Venue: Barr Lane Brinklow

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FIXTURES - Reserves
Alliance 3
Friendlies TBA
RESULTS - Reserves
BRINKLOW RES 1 (Jamie Fox) Bourton & Frankton 3
BRINKLOW RES 3 (Jamie Fox 2, Andy Gordon) Dunlop Res 3
BRINKLOW RES 2 (David Mayo 2) Triumph Res 1
Major Boyd Carpenter Cup Final (at Hawksmill)
BRINKLOW RES 1 (Jamie Fox )The Bell (AEI) Res 0
Jet Blades Res 1 BRINKLOW RES 0
BRINKLOW RES 0 Jet Blades Res 4
Whitnash Res 3 BRINKLOW RES 0
BRINKLOW RES 2 (Jake Chater 2) Ambleside Res 3
Major Boyd Carpenter Cup
Rd 4
(at Sphinx)
BRINKLOW RES 4 (Ollie Chater, Matt James, Andy Gordon, Jamie Fox) Jet Blades Res 1
Balsall & Berkswell 1 BRINKLOW RES 1 (Kris Bedder)
Peugeot Millpool Res 2 BRINKLOW RES 1 (Kris Bedder)
Coventry Benevolent Cup
Rd 2

BRINKLOW RES 1 (Nic Whittam) RS Sports 2
Kenilworth Wardens Res 1 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Jamie Fox, Kris Bedder)
BRINKLOW RES 3 (Matt James, Jamie Fox, Kris Bedder
) Whitnash Town Res 0
Triumph Athletic Res 2 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Kris Bedder, Andy Jones)
Khalsa 2 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Kris Bedder, Greg Linton)
Major Boyd Carpenter Cup
Rd 3

BRINKLOW RES. 4 (Kris Bedder 3, Scott Vallance) Ambleside Sports Res 3 AET
Peter Toogood Cup Rd 1
Bedworth Liberal 4 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Kris Bedder 2) AET
Coventry Benevolent Cup
Rd 1

Balsall & Berkswell 1 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Danny Bell, Matt James)
Bedworth Nursing Cup

BRINKLOW RES 2 (Greg Linton, Dildale Linton) Alvis
BRINKLOW RES 4 (Jamie Fox 2, Kris Bedder, David Moyo) Balsall & Berkswell 3
Major Boyd Carpenter Cup Rd 2
BRINKLOW RES 4 (Dildale Linton 2, Kris Bedder, Dan Carter) RS Sports 3 AET
Dunlop Res 1 BRINKLOW RES 8 (Jamie Fox
4, Greg Linton 3, David Moyo)
BRINKLOW RES 4 (Dildale Linton 2, Greg Linton, David Moyo) Peugeot Millpool Res 4
Major Boyd Carpenter Cup Rd 1
BRINKLOW RES 8 (Jamie Fox 3, Kris Bedder 2, Greg Linton 2, Lloyd Pulford) Coventry Spartans 3 AET
Ambleside Sports Res 0 BRINKLOW RES 5 (Kris Bedder 2, Matt James, David Moyo, Jamie Fox)
BRINKLOW RES 1 (Jamie Fox) Kenilworth Wardens Res 1
Bourton & Frankton 2 BRINKLOW RES 2 (Jake Chater, Tom Pye-Ford
BRINKLOW RES 2 (Tom Pye-Ford, Jack Cunningham) Kalsa 2
Bourton & Frankton 2 BRINKLOW RES 3 (Jordan Smallwood, David Moyo, Zac Bevins)
Woods Utd 2 BRINKLOW RES 1 (Tom Pye-Ford)

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