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Summit Sports Division Three: Central Ajax v AFC Solihull A; Redditch Athletic v FISSC Res; Shipston Excelsior Colts v Claverdon AFC; White Eagles v Ilmington United?.
Stratford 2 (Davis, Rapson)' FISSC Res 4 (Gibson, Gregson, McIlroy, Bartholomew) Tysoe Utd 0' Ilmington Res 2 (Weatherhead, Wilkins) Blockley Sports 3 (Cross, Borton, Hurrell).
Leamington 2nds also finished on the wrong side of a 2-1 scoreline, against table-topping FISSC, although they adapted well to the unfamiliar grass surface with defender Laura McNabb and midfielder Sarah Thomas turning in particularly impressive displays.
A rare outing on a grass pitch proved a disastrous experience for Warwick 2nds as they collapsed to a 13-2 defeat at FISSC, goals from Amie Hyde and Vicky Logue proving of scant consolation.
Leamington remain unbeaten in the Warwickshire League after cruising to a 7-0 success against FISSC. It was just 2-0 at the break, but the Spa girls really cut loose in the second half with Nic Williams and Ruth McIlhagger helping themselves to hat-tricks and Emma Hogg adding No.7.
PEUGEOT became the fourth Alliance One side to secure their place in the quarter-finals of the Birmingham Junior Cup with a tense penalty shoot-out success at Stratford Alliance FISSC.
Newdigate Sports, Bermuda and Bedworth Ex-Reserves all secured their places on Saturday and there will be a fourth Alliance side involved if Peugeot were to come through their replay at Stratford Alliance FISSC on Saturday.
Warwick 2nds got off to a cracking start against FISSC, Amy Wheeler and Vicky Logue giving them a two-goal cushion, but they were pegged back to 2-2 at the interval and shipped two more goals in the second period.
Table-topping Leamington saw off FISSC 2-1 to retain their undefeated record.
LEAMINGTON Ladies took over at the top of Warwickshire League Division Four when they overpowered FISSC 5-2.
Leamington 2nds went down 3-0 to table-topping FISSC despite some gallant play by goalkeeper Laura Bensard and her fellow defenders.
A goal apiece from Dean Ashby and Darryl Smith wrapped up Coventry Colliery's 2-0 BCFA Junior Vase verdict over FISSC while Martin Cooper backed up Mark Wright's double as Griff & Coton clipped BBGR 3-0.