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Birmingham & District Football League Round-Up - Week 14

Ben Tyler 9th Dec, 2019

Birmingham & District Football League results, week 14:

Birmingham County Vase:

AFC Somers 4, CT Shush 1.

Birmingham County Amateur Cup, third round:

Boldmere Sports & Social 1, Wake Green Ams B 2;

Boldmere St Michaels 4, Halesowen Town U21s 1;

Gurdwara GND Seniors 0, Village B 4;

Henley Forest of Arden 1, Sportsco 3;

Sutton Coldfield Town U21 3, Netherton Tigers 2.

Senior Cup, second round:

Crown FMN 11, Real Riverside 0;

Nineveh 3, Wake Green Ams 1.

Intermediate Cup, second round:

St Johns Rangers 2, Bournville Colts 4.

Holder Cup, third round:

Coldfield Rangers 1, Old Wulfrunians 2;

St Georges Warriors 3, Two Gates 0.

Bill Hill Cup, second round:

Sutton United B 1, Athletic Midlands 0.

Third round:

Walsall Phoenix 1, Sutton Select 3.

Vets Cup, Group A:

Bearwood Athletic 4, Wake Green Ams 0.

Group C:

Cresconians 2, Old Hill 2.

Premier Division:

Birmingham Irish 1, CPA 0;

Village 6, BNJS 2.

Division One:

Amanah 4, Coleshill North Warwick 6;

Desi 0, Silhill B 1;

Sporting Elite Birmingham 2, FC Premier 4.

Division Two:

FC Midlands HGU 0, CPA 2nds 2;

Old Wulfrunians B 3, Real Aston 2.

Division Three:

North Canes 4, Handsworth GSOB’s 1;

Wednesbury Athletic 4, North Solihull 2.

Division Four:

CT Shush 3, Silhill C 2;

Village C 1, Wake Green Ams D 2.

Division Five:

Handsworth GSOB’s B 6, Sporting Sandwell 3.

Division Six:

Armada 2, Tipton Town Res 5;

Kings Heath Shooters 0, Bartley Reds B 1;

Selly Oak Colts 9, AFC Kingstanding Phoenix 2.

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