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Coleshill Town 2 v 4 Aston Villa - Birmingham Senior Cup

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:26 pm
by Alan Beckett
Monday 8th October 2018
Birmingham Senior Cup
Coleshill Town 2 v 4 Aston Villa
Scorers:
Coleshill: Reece Leek pen, Pierce Kiembi.
Villa: Demitri Sea 2, Jordan Cox pen, Harvey Knibbs.
Attendance: 566.
Supporters Club Man Of The Match, Sponsored by Greensleeves: Danny Tymon.


Teams:
Coleshill: Paul Hathaway, Josh Webb, Craig Deakin, Danny Tymon, Guy Clark, Joe Smith, Connor Doyle, Joe Halsall, Nathan Waite, George Washbourne, Liam Molesworth. Subs used Pierce Kiembi, Reece Leek, Brett Fellows. Subs not used Matt Coton GK, Kane Baldwin.

Aston Villa: Matijia Sarkic, Jake Walker, Callum Rowe, Isiah Bazeley-Graham, Dominic Revan, Alex Prosser, Tyreik Wright (Indiana Vassilev), Lewis Brunt (Ethan Patterson), Harvey Knibbs (Colin Odutayo), Dimitri Sea, Jordan Cox. Subs not used Bradley Burton, Viliami Sinisalo.


COLESHILL HERALD WROTE
Villa Clash Was Special For Coleshill Boss Stuart


Coleshill Town boss Cameron Stuart said it had been a "proud night" for his club after they hosted a young Aston Villa side in the Birmingham Senior Cup on Monday. The Colemen were knocked out of the competition 4-2 with Villa's under 18's forward Dimitri Sea in fine form for the visitors with a brace (19, 58) at Pack Meadow. Jordan Cox (70) fired home from the spot while in form Harvey Knibbs (48), who has been impressing for the under 23's, was also on the scoresheet. Reece Leek and Pierce Kiembi scored the Coleshill goals on the night. But, despite the result, Stuart, a former Villa player himself, said it was still an unforgettable occasion. "It was a once in a lifetime chance for some of our lads to play against some of Villa's top prospects," said Stuart. "There was a healthy crowd and a great atmosphere. Despite the result, we all enjoyed ourselves and we put on a good show. I thought the lads gave a really good account of themselves and we more than held our own. We gifted them their goals to be honest but the lads worked really hard on the night. It was a pleasing night for everyone at Coleshill," he added.