Football: Whiteside hits another six as champions Borough Royals leave the best until last.
Written by Karl Quinney on March 22, 2022
Article Published on Tuesday March 22, 2022 4:28 PM by Karl Quinney
- Rugby Area Sport - Football: Whiteside hits another six as champions Borough Royals leave the best until last.
With all the divisional titles in the Rugby and District Sunday Football League decided the previous week, there was only one game in Division One and it saw Rugby Borough Royals finish their games with league’s biggest win of the season so far.
After beating Braunston by 10-0 last week, they went bigger and better this week by winning 14-1 over The Bell. Charlie Whiteside followed by last week’s double hat-trick by netting another six, Matthew Evans scored five, with Joe Vickers and Jack Downes scoring the others. Liam Sherriff scoring for The Bell.
In Division Two, Caldecott Arms won 6-1 over Daventry Drayton Grange. Owen Sturgess on target for Drayton Grange. Jolly Abbot beat Rugby Borough by the same score line. Danny Roberts and Owen Batchelor both getting a brace for Jolly Abbot, Reece White and Lee Perkins getting the other.
Jamie Reynolds-Wilkins bagged all five goals including a penalty as Stag and Pheasant Newton beat Advertiser Cup finalists Hillmorton Reserves 5-2. Joe Taylor and Michael Gardner hit the net for Hillmorton Reserves.
In the Veteran’s Division, Hillmorton Old Boys ran out 3-0 winners over Dunchurch Vets. Goals from Gareth Owen, Neil Davies and Bartlomiej Makowiecki getting the points for Hillmorton.
This Sunday’s games.
Hospital Cup Semi Final
Rugby Borough Royals V The George @ Dunchurch Playing Fields
(winner to play Hillmorton 1st)
Bar 8 V The Bell @ Twickenham Field
CRC 1st V Rugby Red Lion @ Harris School
Hillmorton Reserves V Daventry Drayton Grange @ Alwyn Rd
Stag and Pheasant Newton V Rugby Borough Oak @ Clifton Playing Fields
Red Lion Vets V CRC Vets @ GEC
Rugby Borough Vets V Hillmorton Old Boys @ Kilsby Lane
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