Wednesday Sport: Uttoxeter Town held in eight-goal thriller


Last night’s (April 25) results:-


Walsall 0 PORT VALE 1 (Chris Eagles 85 mins).


Premier Division

Highgate United 0 Coleshill Town 1; Sporting Khalsa 1 AFC Wulfrunians 0.

Division One

Southam United 0 Leicester Road 7; UTTOXETER TOWN 4 (Jake Lovatt 3, Luke Lewis) Coventry Copeswood 4.

Reserve Division: Brocton Res 3 Continental Star Res 2; Lichfield City Res 1 Gresley 2.

Monday, April 24


Reserve Division

ROCESTER Res 0 Walsall Wood Res 1.


Tonight’s (Wednesday, April 26) fixtures:-

Premier Division: Ashbourne FC v Hanley Town; Cheadle Town v Ball Haye Green.

Division One: Eastwood Hanley v Foley Meir; Milton United v Redgate Clayton Res; Wolverhampton SC v Keele University.

Division Two North: Chesterton v Keele University Res; Foley Meir Res v Milton United Res; HDFC v Goldenhill Wanderers; Leek CSOB Res v Congleton Rovers; Tunstall Town v Audley Res.

Division Two South: Pathfinder FC v Acorn Albion; Red Star Alma v Brereton Social.


Tomorrow night’s (Thursday, April 27) fixtures:-

Premier Division: Waterhouses v Sporting Dyers.

Subsidiary Cup: Vale Hoppers v Bulls Head; AFC Leek v Breaks FC.


LEEK’S new signing Wayne White, pictured, has been named in the Cheshire squad for their opening Unicorns Trophy Knockout Trophy fixture against Shropshire at Oxton this Sunday.

The 31 year old has played first-class cricket for Lancashire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire.

White opened the batting for Leek on his debut against Audley in the NSSCL on Saturday.

He celebrated his arrival at Highfield with a half-century. His 50 runs came off 76 balls and included seven boundaries.

Shropshire suffered an eight-wicket defeat at the hands of  Staffordshire in their opening Unicorns Trophy fixture at Shrewsbury last weekend.

Horse racing

BASFORD Green horse racing trainer Jannie Candlish has tasted success in Scotland today.

Stable veteran Beeves ridden by Sean Quinlan won the 3.35 Phil Nelson Handicap Chase at Perth Races.

The ten year old, owned by Paul and Clare Rooney, got up by half a length under Quinlan’s urging to claim the £9,384 race.

The stable’s two other horses who made the 600-mile round trip, Grove Silver and Sleepy Haven, failed to finish in the first three of their respective races.