Wanderers turn on the power to see off Dynamo

By Nick Elwell | Grassroots | Published:

There was little charity on show as TK Wanderers eased through to the next round of the Wolverhampton Sunday League’s flagship cup competition.

Wanderers turn on the power to see off Dynamo

Premier Division outfit Wanderers hit form to brush aside the challenge of their First Division hosts Dynamo Stile 50.

Chad Birch bagged a hat-trick and and Josh Carvell scored twice in the 7-0 Charity Cup success.

Aston Mcinnis and Steve Rouse added the other goals against a battling Dynamo side who were three down when they had to replace their injured keeper with an outfield player.

Division One leaders FC Academy Boys proved too strong for top flight strugglers Castlecroft.

After earning a 2-1 half-time advantage, Academy upped the ante after the break to run out 6-2 winners. Luke Whitehouse (two), Joe Faulkner, Jamie Fox, Connor Leadon and Craig Grainger found the net for Academy. Alex Faulkner and Ryan O’Brien replied.

The Division Two match up between Royal George and ECC Sports proved to be a one-sided affair as George eased home 6-0.

Micky Taylor was the star with a hat-trick. Daniel Radford, Jake Morgan and Jack Potts joined him on the scoresheet.

Essington WMC are also through to round three after beating Royal FC 4-1.


Joe Cornforth, James Colauto, Matthew Bestall and Marcus Nicholls supplied the goals for the hosts. Royal’s consolation came from Mitchell Green.

GSA Lions turned the form book upside down in their clash with Division Two rivals Black Country Fusion.

Lions have yet to taste victory in the league, but roared to an 8-2 triumph.

Joscelyn Allen netted a hat-trick while Frank Keli, Tyrel Walker, Duvon Betty, Rhyce Brown and Keeshan Robson all struck once. Fusion’s goals came from Steffen Emery and Daryl Giles.


Warstones Wanderers Sunday were up for the cup, putting six past Three Cups. Nathan Rose-Laing claimed a treble, Jon Holdcroft netted twice and Dimitri Dunkley once.

Harry Charlesworth, Oscar Charlesworth and Sean Broadway bagged a brace each in Pilot’s 7-2 win against Bradmore Social. Josh Richardson added Pilot’s other goal with Sam Corinaldi and Scott Shortill striking for Social.

Premier Division big-guns Codsall Legion Sundats progressed at the expense of a spirited RG FC.

Two goals each for Angelo Franco and Jay Holdcroft, plus efforts from Ash Stewart, Ash Evans and Ben Jevons saw Sundats beat their Division Two hosts 7-2.

JJ Village held their nerve to beat Dudley United on penalties. The tie had finished 4-4 after 90 minutes with both sides then notching again in extra-time. But it was Village who then came through the shootout 4-3

In a repeat of last season’s final, holders AFC Jacks beat Emerald Athletic 5-0.

Belgrade booked their place in the second round of the Birmingham County Sunday Amateur Cup with an away-day triumph at Codsall Station.

Goals from George Broome and Shaun Smith saw Belgrade lead 2-1 at half-time. They then took charge after the break to run out 7-2 winnres thanks to further strikes from Broome, Charlie Cook (two), Gary Braithwaite and Adam Roberts.

Hat-trick man Ryan Parker helped fire Tettenhall to a 5-0 win at Prime FC. Ki Large and Mark Giles also struck.

Wednesfield FC bowed out of the Staffs FA Premier Cup following a 4-3 extra-time defeat at Pelsall Villa Colts.

In the league, Churchill Royal Oak missed out on the chance to go top of Division Two by losing 4-2 at KT Rangers.

Danny Turton and James Thomas scored for Oak, who stay second.

Ryan’s Rhinos hit a magnificent seven to move level on points with Division Three leaders Sandwell Athletic

Dan Hopson was the nain man, netting four times as Rhinos beat Hill Top Rangers 7-2.

Craig Radford, with a brace, and Jak Allen completed the scoring for the promotion chasers.

Tom Southern, Ben Broxton, Lee Macdiarmid and Matt Davies struck to earn AFC Bradmore a 4-2 success at home to St Michaels. The visitors responded through Kuba Wierczorek and Rowek Zapatowsy.

Second-half goals from Abba Ashmeade (two) and Sam Davies saw Sporting Phoenix United beat Woodman Inn 3-0.

Coseley Tavern Athletic proved too strong for WV Warriors.

Michael Thompson bagged an early goal for the hosts with a Jack Finch penalty making it 2-0 at half-time.

Warriors reduced the deficit early in the second half but that goal fired up Tavern.

Matty Wilson curled in a fine free-kick from 30 yards to make it 3-1 and then substitute Dom Willis added a fourth with his first touch of the game.

Birthday-boy James Turley bagged number five before centre-half Finch took centre stage. He lashed home a volley from a corner into the roof of the net before converting a second penalty to complete his hat-trick as Tavern won 7-2.

Russell Athletic and Kings Arms AE battled out a 2-2 draw.

Wolves Pride can feel proud of their efforts after hitting double figures in their Division Four clash with Wednesfield Cons.

Dylan Cooney led the victory charge with a four-goal salvo. Saul Wagstaffe (two), John Allen, Scott Williamson, Tobiasz Cichy and Mason Hodgson added the others in the 10-1 win.

Balls to Cancer edged out Wolverhampton Sports GNST 6-4 in a thrilling clash. Sharp-shooter Alex Foreshaw struck four times for BTC, with Ellis Parkes and Ash Chambers also on target.

GNST relied through Arun Sanghera (two), Jaspal Bhandal and Gagandeep Kular.

AFC Perton slipped to a 3-1 defeat at home to WV Punjab, while Ashmore and Health Direct drew 1-1.

Nick Elwell

By Nick Elwell
Grassroots Sports Editor

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