Coors Sunday Football League - Sunday 9th January 2022



Staffs FA Sam Kimberley Trophy - Quarter-Finals

Mitchells FC OFF Wyrley B

FC Maybank 2 – 3 Bojollys FC

Matt Rogalski

Billy Heeks (pen)


Maybank let a 2 goal lead slip as they head out of the Sam Kimberley Quarter Finals. A Matt Rogalski strike and a Billy Heeks penalty gave them the perfect start but they go on to lose 3-2


Tatters Trophy 2nd Rd

Brown Edge FC 7 – 3 Fulford Utd ( H – T 2 – 1 )

Chris Roberts 2 Oliver Heath

Tom Vaughan 2 Luke Burton

Damien Leonard Dean Mansell

Adam Threadgold

Sam Edwards


A first win in all competitions since late October for Brown Edge as they run out 7-3 winners against Fulford to make the Quarter Finals of the Tatters Trophy. Damien Leonard gave the hosts a first half lead and although Oliver Heath scored for the visitors an Adam Threadgold effort ensured the hosts led at the interval. Sam Edwards made it 3-1 in the 2nd half before Luke Burton pulled another back only for Tom Vaughan to put Brown Edge two goals clear once more. Dean Mansell reduced the arrears for the visitors but a Chris Roberts double and another goal for Vaughan saw the hosts win comfortable in the end

Sentinel Sunday Cup 1st Rd

Bulls Head 7 – 1 Men Unite FC

2nd Rd

Adderley Green 6 – 0 Sudbury FC

Charlie Batho 2

Matt Pender 2

Ash Moore

Elision Francisco


Adderley Green make the last 8 of The Sentinel Sunday Cup with a routine 6-0 win over Uttoxeter League side Sudbury FC. Charlie Batho and Matt Pender both bagged a brace with Ash Moore and Elisio Francisco completing the scoring.


Halmerend FC OFF Jollees FC



Knave Of Clubs 4 – 2 FC Lambourne ( H – T 4 – 2 )

Mitch Marcisz 2 Jake Hewitt (pen)

Luke Bourne 2 Travis Johnson


Knave of Clubs keep up their pursuit of prizes on all fronts with a 4-2 win over Premier Division rivals Lambourne to go into the Quarter Finals of the Sentinel Sunday Cup. Mitch Marcisz gave Knave the lead with a fine run and finish although Jake Hewitt levelled from the penalty spot after a Knave defender was sent off for a professional foul. The ten men rallied and led 4-1 as Marcisz added his 2nd and Luke Bourne also scored twice before Travis Johnson reduced the arrears to 4-2 by half time. The 2nd half was a scrappy affair with Lambourne pushing on but despite their numerical advantage they couldn’t get back into the game

Premier Division Cup – 1st Rd

Crescent FC 1 – 2 Greenhoffs FC

Luke Lewis Jordan Flattley

Adam Hutchinson


Greenhoffs are through to the last eight after a narrow 2-1 win at Crescent, Luke Lewis scored for the hosts but Jordan Flattley and Adam Hutchinson goals see the visitors through


Premier Division Cup Quarter Final

Milton United OFF Vale Hoppers

Division One Cup – Quarter Final

Shamblers 4 – 3 Cheshire Cheese ( H – T 1 – 2 )

Dan Buxton 2 Shaun Key

Rhys Tatton Ryan Morris

Damien Coady Adam Parkinson


Shamblers are through to the Semi Finals of the Divisional Cup to keep alive their hopes of a League and Cup double. They had to so it the hard way however as Cheshire Cheese are starting to show signs of a revival after struggling since relegation from the Premier Division last season. The visitors led at the break thanks to a goal after just 20 seconds by Shaun Key after defensive mix up with Dan Buxton replying for Shamblers after 21 minutes as he got onto the end of a Tommy Lewis cross. Cheshire Cheese were back in front before half time with Nathan Morris on target. The hosts turned it around in the 2nd half thanks to a second by Buxton as he once again was set up by Lewis and a Rhys Tatton free kick from 25 yards gave Shamblers the lead. Adam Parkinson levelled with a free kick of his own from a similar distance for 3-3 before the game was won by Damien Coady with ten minutes left as he found the back of the net direct from a corner. Cheshire Cheese piled forward late on but Shamblers held firm to go through


Division Three Cup - Quarter Final

Keele University 3 – 2 Black Cock FC

Nathan Day 2 Jack Robinson

Billy Piercy Daniel Brundrett


Keele win their first match of the season against a Black Cock side heavily depleted by Covid cases. Jack Robinson scored for the visitors but Keele went 3-1 ahead through a Nathan Day double either side of a Billy Pierce strike. Dan Brundrett pulled one back late on but it’s the Students that are through to the Semi Finals



Division Four Cup – 1st Rd

Bradwell FC 3 – 3 Portly Robin Hood ( AET Portly win 6-5 on pens)

Jacob Whittingham 2 Sam Foster

Jaycee Roberts Adam Rose

Pete Hall


Portly Robin Hood keeper Jason Sarginson was the hero of the hour as his penalty save on spot kick number 12 sent his side through to a Quarter Final in their first season as a Coors League club. Sam Foster gave the visitors the lead only for Jacob Whittingham to level for Bradwell. Adam Rose put Portly ahead once more but jaycee Roberts made it 2-2 and Bradwell thought they had done enough to win the tie when Whittingham scored again to put the ahead for the first time. Pete Hall’s goal levelled matters at 3-3 with little over ten minutes remaining and with no further scoring in extra time it was Sarginson’s heroics that win the day for the visitors


Cheadle SMU OFF Park Inn FC

Marquis of Granby OFF Royal Oak


MSC Motors Premier Division

Cuckoo Albion OFF Royle St Rangers


Banet Engineering Division One

Jolly Carter OFF Canal Tav Kidsg’ve

Railway Inn FC OFF Redgate Clayton

The Clough FC OFF Congress Town

Rookery Waste Removals Division Two

Coach & Horses 2 – 1 The Kiln FC

Gabriel Chimuzinga Zak Parker

Jake Faulkner


Coach & Horses put some daylight between themselves and the bottom three with a narrow 2-1 win over The Kiln who hover four points above the drop zone. Gabi Chimizung and Jake Faulkner got the all important goals for the hosts with Zak Parker replaying for Kiln.


Halmerend CIC OFF Queensberry FC

Waterhouses FC 1 – 1 AFC Moorlands

Kieran Carr Adam Coulston


Waterhouses miss the chance to move into the top two after being held by AFC Moorlands. Adam Coulston gave the visitors a half time lead only for Kieran Carr to equalise for the home side in the 2nd half. Waterhouses are just three points behind leaders Adderley Green and the two face off at Dimension next week in a crunch clash.


White Hart VPR OFF Stoke Town FC

A J Taverns Division Three

The Potter FC 5 – 1 Breaks Athletic ( H – T 2 – 0 )

Wayne Rushton 2 George Dawson

Lee Mountford 2

Christian Hale


After creating a few half chances in the opening quarter of an hour The Potter took the lead on 16 minutes when Lee Mountford squared the ball for strike partner Wayne Rushton to tap home from close range. They doubled their advantage soon after as Rushton produced a jinking run into the box before being fouled with Lee Mountford converting the spot kick. Despite heavy pressure it was still just 2-0 at the break but the game looked over ten minutes into the 2nd half when the tireless Lewis Edge found Wayne Rushton who slotted home once again to make it 3-0. Fresh legs for the hosts brought more chances although Rushton felt robbed of the chance to complete his treble having been taken off. It was soon 4-0 with Lewis Edge again heavily involved before Lee Mountfords second goal of the game. The visitors rallied and grabbed themselves a consolation strike just after the hour with a well taken George Dawson free kick. Breaks were buoyed by the goal and threatened to reduce the arrears further until youngster Zaq Giblin on as a sub marked his debut by setting up Christian Hale with a nice cross converted by Christian Hale for 5-1. That’s 4 wins on the bounce for Potter now in all competitions and they have pulled 6 points clear of the bottom two in the process


Mossley Park Rangers 4 – 0 Congleton T Colts ( H – T 3 – 0 )

Harry Seddon

Tom Brookes

Tom Barnes

1 OG


The Congleton derby went the way of Mossley Park as they put a dent in the title hopes of Congleton Town Colts. After an even opening 20 minutes the hosts won the game with a three goal burst in the later stages of the first half. Harry Seddon opened the scoring before Tom Brookes doubled the advantage. A Mossley corner produced number three with matt Williams claiming the final touch although a defender got a touch as well. Congleton were better after the break but couldn’t grab the goal that may have sparked a comeback and when Tom Barnes made it 4-0 on the break the points were sealed


Royal Furlong 7 – 0 The Jug FC ( H – T 4 – 0 )

Ryan Ball 3

Alex Seadon 2

Ryan Maddock

Olly Doorbar


Men against boys at Furlong as the hosts won 7-0 and it could have been double figures. Ryan Ball was tormentor in chief as he helped himself to a hat trick with some lovely finishes along the way. Alex Seadon bagged a brace with Ryan Maddock and Olly Doorbar also on target as Furlong lurk just four points behind the leaders with games in hand. They could yet be the dark horse that comes through on the rails and takes the title.



Planet VR Division Four

AFC Castle Mona 1 – 2 AFC Wolstanton

Luke Harrison Phil Bruce

Tom Lunt

AFC Wolstanton now have three wins on the bounce and are unbeaten in four as they attempt to hijack the promotion race in the 2nd half of the season. Phil Bruce and Tom Lunt grabbed the goals that gave them all three points at Castle Mona who replied through Luke Harrison


Burslem United 6 – 2 White Hart Small’ne

C J Rowley 2 Nathan Berry

Josh Podmore Jonny Cartlidge

Jack Podmore

Jake Podmore

Ben Lawton


Back to back derby wins for Burslem United as they back up last weekends Cup win with three points over the same opponents. CJ Rowley scored twice before a trio of Podmore’s got themselves on the scoresheet. Josh, Jake and Jack Podmore all scored with Ben Lawton also on target in a 6-2 win that sees Burslem up to 6th in the table and looking up instead of down for the rest of the season. Nathan Berry and Jonny Cartlidge scored for the visitors who will be looking over their shoulder for the rest of the season as they sit just 6 points above the drop zone

Longton Trophies Division Five

Athletico 53 1 – 5 The Foxley FC

James Makins Luke Ellis 2

Reagan Lymer

Taylor Atrell

Matthew Ward

The Foxley get back to winning ways and back into the top two after a 5-1 win at Fentin Park over Athletico 53. James Makins scored for the hosts but a brace by Luke Ellis added to strikes from Reagan Lymer, Taylor Atrell and Matt Ward see them move a point behind leaders Maybank


Ball Green Vets 1 – 3 Sumner Athletic ( H – T 1 – 2 )

Robert Drummond Dawson Ashmore

Dan Bertram

Conna Brown

Sumner come from behind to claim their third League win of the season at the expense of Ball Green Vets. Rob Drummond poked home from close range to give the hosts an early lead but the visitors were soon level after good link up play saw Dawson Ashmore find the back of the net on his Sumner debut. Just before half time Sumner took the lead when Toby Matthews released Dan Bertram to finish at the near post. Ball Green pushed men forward 2nd half and were eventually caught on the break as Conna Brown rounded the keeper to make it 3-1 and seal the victory


FC Robin Hood OFF Roaring Meg

Staffs Vics 3 – 3 Crown Talke FC

Alex Browne Jake Brereton

Marvin Johnson Harry Oliver

Kam Rasoul Jamie Harley


A superb 2nd half fightback from Staffs Vics has hit the promotion hopes of Crown Talke who drop out of the top two as a result. The visitors were 2 up by the break through Jake Brereton and Harry Oliver and made it 3-0 early in the 2nd half but they could resist a late fightback by the hosts. Alex Browne grabbed a goal back and Marvin Johnson also scored for Vics to bring it back to 3-2. On 88 minutes the comeback was complete as Kam Rasoul found the back of the net after a corner to ensure the spoils are shared


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