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Shipley appearance supplements Town success

Coventry City’s Leamington-born Wembley hero Jordan Shipley was on hand at Whitnash Sports and Social Club to help junior outfit Whitnash Town celebrate their end-of-season presentation on Sunday.

Bishops Itchington picked up four trophies in the 2017/18 campaign.

Bishops boss bows out having guided his side to four trophies

Outgoing Bishops Itchington boss Ian McIntosh is leaving on a high having guided the club to a unprecedented quadruple.

Luke Wilson, seen here in action for Southam, scored Whitnash's second.

Whitnash continue to set the pace in Alliance

Whitnash Town remain two points clear at the top of the Coventry Alliance Premier Division after a comfortable 4-0 victory over visitors Ambleside.

Joseph Wright scored Whitnash's goal in their draw with Copsewood.

Whitnash come from behind to take over at top

Whitnash Town moved two points clear at the top of the Coventry Alliance Premier Division in midweek courtesy of a battling 3-2 win at newly promoted Dunlop.

Whitnash Town skipper Lee Scott lifts the cup with son Mason.

Whitnash show plenty of grit to overcome Griff

Whitnash Town boss Tony Clarke was a proud man after seeing his side lift the Coventry Telegraph Cup courtesy of a 1-0 win over Nuneaton Griff at the Ricoh Arena.

Marc Passey, seen here playing for Southam, grabbed Midland Rangers' consolation in their defeat to Heathcote.

Radford Semele can overhaul Hibs after shock win

Radford Semele are closing in on the runners-up spot in the Leamington & District Sunday League Division One after a stunning 5-1 win at champions Westlea Wanderers.

Ed Kostiuk

Harbury spot on in Supplementary Cup

Harbury Albion held their nerve in a penalty shootout to beat Khalsa and lift the Cancer Supplementary Cup at Stockton FC.

Westlea Wanderers celebrate their Cancer Cup final success.

Late goals seal a quickfire trophy double for Westlea

Two injury-time goals sealed Westlea Wanderers’ second trophy in a week as they beat Biships Itchington 3-0 in the final of the Cancer Cup.

Leamington FC Veterans show off the Division Three Cup after overcoming Dynamo Leamington, pictured below. Pictures submitted


Leamington FC Veterans got the better of Dynamo Leamington in a thrilling Division Three Cup final at Racing Club Warwick on Sunday.

Chadwick End, winners of the Maurice Billington Memorial Cup.

Chadwick End are spot on in the Maurice Billington Cup final

Chadwick End fought back three times before overcoming AFC Warwick 5-4 on penalties to win the Maurice Billington Memorial Cup at Townsend Meadow.

Division One Cup winners Radford Semele.

Anderson is spot on for Radford Semele as the league mourns Thomas

A minute’s silence was held for Leamington & District League stalwart Tracey Thomas ahead of the Anthony Eden Gents Hairdresser Division One Cup final on Sunday.

Tez Morton, seen here in action for Racing Club Warwick, was on target for Chadwick End in their win over Wroxton.

Wanderers get chance for revenge over Hibs in final of the Challenge Cup

Westlea Wanderers bounced back from their first league defeat of the season to thrash Mid-Warwickshire Police 7-0 in the semi-final of the Challenge Cup.

A Sam Mitchell penalty earned HRI Wellesbourne a draw at home to Leek Wootton.

Radford Semele see their Division One title hopes 
go a wandering

Radford Semele’s slim Division One title hopes look to have evaporated after they slumped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Warwick Wanderers.

Paul Wilkinson got Radford Semele on level terms at Warwick Wanderers.

Morgan and Kostiuk in treble-scoring form for Harbury in Challenge Cup

Jay Morgan and Ed Kostiuk both bagged hat-tricks as Harbury Albion eased past fellow top-flight side Murphys Bar in the Unison Challenge Cup.

Ryan Billington was on the mark for Westlea Wanderers in their 7-3 Unison Challenge Cup win over AFC Warwick.

AFC Warwick’s fightback comes to nothing against Westlea Wanderers

Westlea Wanderers were given a scare before swatting aside AFC Warwick in the fourth round of the Unison Challenge Cup.

Marc Passey, right, was on target for Midland Rangers in their 3-0 win over Leek Wootton.

Berry brace heaps further misery on Wellesbourne as they bow out of cup

Wellesbourne’s sorry season took a turn for the worse last Sunday when they were dumped out in the third round of the Unison Challenge Cup by Division Three outfit Wroxton.

A Calum Yeates goal proved in vain as Murphy's Bar were knocked out of the George Dutton Cup by Kenilworth Town Rangers.

Four-midable Ratcliffe helps Rangers to spring a George Dutton Cup shock

Division Two strugglers Kenilworth Town Rangers pulled off a shock in the second round of the George Dutton Cup by knocking out top-flight side Murphy’s Bar.

Neale Perry

Shearsby pays glowing tribute to ‘true legend and gent’ Perry

Barry Shearsby has paid tribute to former Brakes team-mate Neale Perry who died in Myton Hospice on Monday January 16 after a battle with cancer.

Leamington Hibs christened their new kit, supplied by the Green Man pub in Leamington, by beating Heathcote Athletic 10-0.

Proctor’s magnificent seven eases Leamington Hibernian past Heathcote

Leamington Hibernian eased into the fourth round of the Unison Challenge Cup with a 10-0 victory over Heathcote Athletic.

James Bramwell notched for Midland Rangers in their 4-1 win at Kenilworth Town Rangers.

Real surprise in the George Dutton Cup as Khalsa bow out

Division Three side Real Barston produced a huge shock in the first round of the George Dutton Cup, knocking out top-flight Khalsa.

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