Author: Karl Quinney
Bourton and Frankton are still searching for their first Coventry Alliance League win of the season after a lack-lustre performance on Saturday saw them condemned to a disappointing 4-1 Division 3 defeat at home to Rugby FC Reserves.
A spectacular illuminated trail near Rugby is set to enthral the senses and provide some seasonal cheer to families young and old in the build up to Christmas this year.
An 85th minute penalty from Nick Manning ensured Bourton and Frankton came away from their visit to Crick with a deserved point following their 1-1 draw.
Two goals from Danny McManus and a single from Tim Sutcliffe were not enough to earn Bourton and Frankton their first Coventry Alliance League Division 3 win of the season after a 5-3 home reversal to Harbury FC on Saturday. Instead it was the visitor’s Claudio Silva who took the limelight by bagging four of […]
Coventry Alliance Football League Division 3 Whitnash Town 1 Bourton and Frankton 0 Bourton and Frankton’s new manager Michael Hoey had a losing start but will take plenty of encouragement from his side’s narrow 1-0 defeat away at Whitnash Town on Saturday. As the scoreline suggests, it was a close game in windy conditions with […]
A maiden century from Michael Deery went some way to Willoughby’s second eleven capturing the Northamptonshire Cricket League’s Division 11 title for 2020 after beating Braunston Paddox in an entertaining Final on Saturday.
Bourton and Frankton got their 2020-21 Coventry Alliance League campaign underway on Saturday by earning a hard-earned point away at Coventry Sky Blues FC.
Willoughby’s Saturday second team progressed to a home Final in the NCL’s Division 11 KO Cup this weekend thanks to a comfortable seven wicket success over neighbouring visitors Dunchurch and Bilton on Saturday.
Willoughby’s unbeaten run came crashing down in disappointing fashion and at an inopportune time as they exited the NCL’s divisional knockout cup at the first hurdle with defeat to Geddington 3rds.
Willoughby Cricket Club made it seven wins from seven Northamptonshire Cricket League Division 6 games on Saturday with a five wicket victory at Stewart and Lloyds Corby IIs.