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CBH Fasteners end season with goal spree

Redditch Editorial 26th May, 2016 Updated: 18th Oct, 2016

FOOTBALL: CBH Fasteners rounded off their season in impressive fashion after defeating South Redditch 4-0 in the Redditch and South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division.

The goals were scored by Sean Parish, Tom Wheatcroft, Nick Gregson and Mark Harrison.

In Division One, Redolence Park confirmed their seventh place finish after edging out Royal Oak Alcester 6-4 in a high-scoring.

Andy Seager scored another two goals and Tim Lees also bagged two.

Royal Oak Alcester finished their season in ninth place.

AFC Lions went down 3-2 to VKL, despite two goals by Karl Hughes. Rob French (2) and Ste Spencer were the VKL marksmen.

Red Lion beat Rubery Legends 4-0 to take their goal scoring tally to 129 which was the highest within the league.

Beoley Village beat New Woodland Cottage 4-1 to complete their season in sixth place.

League organisers said they would like to thank all of our teams, players and officials with their helped and support over this season and they look forward to the 2016-17 season.

Anyone wishing to join the league for 2016-17 please contact Dave Thombs on 07729 609903 or Mike Neal on 01527 523937. ??

PREMIER DIVISION

CBH Fasteners 4 (Sean Parish, Tom Wheatcroft, Nick Gregson, Mark Harrison) South Redditch 0

DIVISION ONE

Redolence Park 6 (Andy Seager 2, Tim Lees 2, Paul Jeynes, Wayne Hawkins) Royal Oak Alcester 4 (Aaron Benton, Ashley Wilson, Shane Kelleher, Matthew Joyce)

AFC Lions 2 (Karl Hughes 2) VKL 3 (Rob French 2, Ste Spencer)

Rubery Legends 0 Red Lion 4 (Chris Ellis 2, Dan Blake, Jord Street)

New Woodland Cottage 1 Beoley Village 4

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