Saturday 12th October 1996
Birmingham Senior Cup Round 1
Coleshill Town 1 v 3 Stourbridge
Town: Paul Mountney.
Bridge: Walker, Williams, Johnson.
Coleshill: Pete Manuel, Justin Wiseman, Neil Frost, Brian Thurman, Wayne Fisher, Gary Smith, Mickey Setaro, Des Seivwright, Loz Cairns, Jason Phillips, Pat Daly. Subs Paul Mountney, Mick Tanner, Martin Smith. (Confirmed)
Stourbridge: Lowe, Gardiner, Trend, Byrne, Bastable, walker, Williams, Smith, Voice, Booth, Wood. Subs Johnson, Nicholls, Wells.
SPORTS ARGUS WROTE
Coleshill Town - the only unbeaten side in the Endsleigh Premier Division - are aiming to keep the heat on their rivals with a move for West Midlands Fire Service captain Andy Burnham. New recruit Andy Green's injury KO has left a gap in the Pack Meadow squad which manager Martin Sockett believes Burnham can fill.
SUNDAY MERCURY WROTE
Penalty Agony For Sad Town
Coleshill Town were left to rue a second half penalty miss as they slumped to a 3-1 defeat against Stourbridge. Trailing at half time from a great 20 yard strike by Mark Williams, they were thrown a 58th minute lifeline, but Brian Thurman missed from the spot. Stourbridge then scored twice in as many minutes through Albert Johnson on 69 minutes and a Clive Walker penalty on 71 minutes. Paul Mountney scored a late consolation goal for Coleshill.
First Team Match Reports 1996-1997
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