Coleshill 2 v 2 Rushall Olympic - BSC

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Coleshill 2 v 2 Rushall Olympic - BSC

Postby Alan Beckett » Sun Feb 15, 2015 11:54 am

Tuesday 10th February 2015
Birmingham Senior Cup - Quarter Final
Coleshill Town 2 v 2 Rushall Olympic - After Extra Time
Coleshill win 4-2 on penalties
Town: Tom Weale, Shane Benjamin.
Olympic: Alan Webb 2.

Penalty Shoot Out:
Rushall: Taylor - scored, Tolley - scored, Williams - saved, Caines - hit bar.
Town: Rathbone - scored, Benjamin - scored, Weale - scored, Cobourne - scored.

Attendance: 44.

Colemen: Chris Jay, Leon Weller, Will Worthington, Danny Douglas, Luke Edwards, Danny Tymon, Jacob Wright (Ryan Nash), Oliver Casey (Simeon Cobourne), Shane Benjamin, Tom Weale, Anthony Bevas (Dean Rathbone). Subs not used James Williams, Conal Powel.

Rushall: Cameron Bedford, Aris Christophorou, Steve Leslie, Kris Taylor, Mitchell Tolley, Gavin Caines, Jake Heath, Carl Palmer, Aaron Williams, Josh Hawker, Alan Webb. Subs Josh Craddock, Liam Smith, Dele Adebola, Joe Barnes, Colin Smith.

Coleshill Town Stun Rushall Olympic in cup
Writes the Coleshill Herald
COLESHILL TOWN 2 RUSHALL OLYMPIC 2 (Coleshill win 4-2 on penalties)
Birmingham Senior Cup

COLESHILL Town are through to the semi-finals of the Birmingham Senior Cup after a thrilling penalty shoot-out success over Rushall.

Successful penalties from Dean Rathbone, Shane Benjamin, Tom Weale and Simeon Cobourne sealed a dramatic win against a full-strength Rushall side.

Weale and Benjamin had earlier scored to take the game into extra time while Coleshill also had skipper Danny Tymon sent off.

Manager Paul Casey said: "It was a fantastic victory for us. We didn't even have our strongest side out, a lot of them – like Rob Evans, Ricky Cutting, Mykel Beckley and Craig Milligan – were sat in the stands.

"Rushall had about 500 games worth of Football League experience on the pitch in Dele Adebola, keeper Cameron Belford and others.

"So it was a terrific effort from us and the work ethic and team spirit of the lads was just incredible. It's an exciting time. We have not lost since December 6 and we are going out and enjoying our football.

"We have a happy camp and that helps win football matches. We just want to keep going and stay happy."

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