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This Week 2013/14 - No29

Postby Alan Beckett » Sat Feb 22, 2014 1:38 pm

THIS WEEK 2013/14 -25, 50 and 100 YEARS AGO WEEK 29


1988/89
Saturday 25th February 1989
Midland Combination Premier
Coleshill Town v Hinckley
Game Postponed.

P27 W5 D5 L17 F34 A62 Pts15 Pos17/18

Fixture Saturday 4th March
Kings Heath v Coleshill Town


1963/64
Saturday 22nd February 1964
Birmingham Youth & Old Boys League, Mercian Division
Coleshill Town 2 v 2 Hill Rovers
Scorer: Moseley 2 (1 pen).

Coleshill Chronicle Wrote:
Point Taken Away By Spot Kick
There was little to choose between these two evenly matched Mercian League sides but when the Town captured the lead, victory appeared assured but a penalty scored by Rovers in the last eight minutes robbed them of a point. The home side enjoyed much of the opening play and looked certain to take charge of an early lead when centre forward Moseley slipped by the visitors centre half but with only the keeper, Oxford, to beat, he shot over the bar. Hill Rovers improved and at half time had emerged in the lead but the goal netted by outside left Perry looked suspiciously off-side. The second period had only been in progress for 10 minutes when the Town equalised choose - Moseley making amends for previous misses by cracking home a penalty. Coleshill now looked much more comfortable and were rewarded with the lead after 63 minutes, Moseley beating Oxford with a well placed shot. This goal kept Town in front until eight minutes from time when Moore handled the ball in the area. Friear giving Cooper no chance from the spot-kick. Moore, who returned to the Town side after a moth’s absence showed up well and hardly deserved to be directly responsible for the loss of a point. Roger Dainty at left back also gave a stout performance.


P15 W5 D2 L6 F25 A23 Pts12 + two unknown results.

Fixture Saturday 1st March
Coleshill Town v Sherwood Rangers


1913/14
Saturday 21st February 1914
Evelyn Cecil Shield – Semi Final
Rowley Associates 0 v 2 Coleshill Town
Scorers: Unknown.

Coleshill Chronicle Wrote:
Played at the Grove Hotel ground Handsworth, Coleshill had most of the play and the result was 2-0.
Team: Franklin, Nichols, Jones, Smith, Clare, Clive, Jeffs, Rudge, Dyke, Greaves, Bullock.

P9 W4 D2 L3 F29 A18 Points 10

Fixture Saturday 28th February
Coleshill Town v Baddesley Colliery – Semi Final Chapel End Cup.
Jeffs is injured, otherwise it will be the same team with Arnold from the reserves taking Jeffs place. Burbage United are awaiting the winners of this game in the Final.

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