21st Oct, 2020

Stratford Alliance top two share the spoils

TOP two Henley Forest of Arden and Alcester Town Reserves cancelled each out when they went head-to-head in Stratford Alliance Aquaid Division One.

Their 1-1 draw at Stratford Road – Sam Churchley scoring for Henley and Kieran Downey netting for the visitors – allowed FC Wickhamford to join them on 11 points at the head of the table.

The latter chalked up a 3-2 win at Feckenham Reserves, with two goals from Ben Johns, including a last-minute winner, and one from Louis Brown. Tom Daccus and Dan Gaffney replied.

Wickhamford and Alcester meet in another top-of-the-table contest at Stratford Road on Saturday,

Bretforton OB turned the tables on fourth-placed Welford by chalking up their first win of the season with a 2-1 scoreline.

AFC Stratford Town remain three points clear at the top of Division Two following a 4-0 win at Tysoe United, with two goals from Wes Streete (2), Toby Curran and sub Samuel Breto.

Joe Shaw netted four goals as second-placed GSH United made it five wins from five with an exciting 6-4 victory at Inkberrow A, with Dan Still and Jack Bale also netting. Reece Molineaux (2), Stuart Hall and Oli Wilkins were the Inkberrow scorers.

Michael Ashford, Dominic McElroy and Omar Penniscott scored the goals for third-placed South Redditch Athletic in a 3-3 draw at Shipston Excelsior Reserves. Stephen Cross, Josh Gibb and Michael Pearson were on target for Shipston.

Sub Andrew Wigley scored a hat-trick to help bottom-of-the-table Blockley Sports chalk up their first win in style. They demolished FISSC Reserves 7-1 with Harvey Clough (2), Freddie Eldridge and Josh Hutt also on the mark. Zacharius Swart replied.

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