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THIS WEEK 2013/14 - No38

Postby Alan Beckett » Sat Apr 26, 2014 8:59 am

THIS WEEK 2013/14 -25, 50 and 100 YEARS AGO WEEK 38 Saturday 26th April


1988/89
Saturday 29th April 1989
Season Review
Season finished. Boldmere St Michaels won the league.
Coleshill finished in 16th place.
Manager Ronnie Mason.
Chairman Harry “H” Davies.
Secretary Sheila Davies.
Sponsor Walker Homes.
Leading scorers Paul Brady and Rory Cash with 5 goals each.
Leading apperances Tony Gormley with 36.
The highlight was the Birmingham Senior Cup where we beat Birmingham City and played against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux. Played against Chelmsley Town on Boxing Day and this may be our highest ever crowd 1000, not confirmed!

P34 W8 D6 L20 F46 A73 Pts22 Pos16/18



1963/64
Saturday 25th April 1964
Birmingham Youth & Old Boys League Mercian Division
Coleshill Town v Wilnecote Castle
Result Unknown

P22 W5 D3 L7 F29 A28 Points 13 + 7 unknown result.

No other fixtures or results are available but the “Sports Argus Annual” has a further four fixtures to the ones my research has come up with giving a final tally of:

P26 W10 D5 L11 F59 A62 Pts25 Pos8/14

Sherwood Rangers won the league. Coleshill Hall Hospital had moved on to the Worcester Combination but the cream of their players were to join Coleshill in the next few years which brought about a change in fortune.


1913/14
Saturday 25th April 1914
Evelyn Cecil Shield Final
Coleshill Town 1 v 1 Handsworth Amateurs
Scorer: Bullock.

Coleshill Chronicle Wrote:
This match was played at Coleshill, on Saturday last, before a good gate. The visitors had rather the best of the opening exchanges and an excellent shot from one of their forwards only just missed the mark. Coleshill then pressed and twice forced corner kicks from which the Handsworth goal narrowly escaped. A free kick to the Amateurs just outside the penalty area looked dangerous for Coleshill but the ball was cleared. Coleshill took the lead with a fine shot by Bullock, and at the interval Coleshill led by 1-0.
On resuming play was very fast and both teams missed good chances of scoring. Coleshill held their own well and looked like running out winners until six minutes from the finish when a penalty was given against Nichols. It was hard lines for Nichols who had played one of his best games in defence. When the whistle blew the score was 1-1.

No replay, extra time or penalties! The match was drawn and the Trophy shared between the two teams!

No other games were announced during my research or league tables so the final tally for the season is:

P12 W6 D2 L4 F37 A21 Points 14

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