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Proctor’s magnificent seven eases Leamington Hibernian past Heathcote

Leamington Hibernian eased into the fourth round of the Unison Challenge Cup with a 10-0 victory over Heathcote Athletic.

A rush of blood from James Keller turned Saints clash with Atherstone on its head.  Picture: Morris Troughton

Saints’ misery continues as two see red in another heavy defeat

With the pitch passed playable following a morning inspection, Southam’s new manager Alex Baird sent out his side with two new signings and three youngsters from the under-18 development team.

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Play comes to a halt at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium as a section of the floodlights go out. Picture: Tim Nunan

Western Power put spotlight on Brakes for abandonment

Western Power Distribution has blamed “an internal fault at the football club” for the problem which caused a second successive Leamington Tuesday evening game to be abandoned.

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Play grinds to a halt at the Phillips 66 after a power outage caused a partial floodlight failure.

Holleran has sympathy for Kettering contingent

Leamington boss Paul Holleran had plenty of sympathy for Kettering Town after the abandonment of Tuesday evening’s match.

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Ahmed Obeng goes down in the box under a challenge from Liam Bateman. Picture: Tim Nunan

Brakes blow a fuse after being denied a penalty and falling behind

It was a familiar story on Tuesday evening as Brakes fell behind only to see a power outage and partial floodlight failure end proceedings before half-time, writes Paul Okey.

Courtney Baker-Richardson (partially obscured) heads home Leamington's opener from Richard Taundry's cross. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Leamington take time to find their cutting edge

They may not have had anything to show for a superb first-half showing but Leamington eventually got their reward on Saturday to record their first league win since December 17, writes Paul Okey.

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Jordan Goddard in action during his first spell at Leamington.

Holleran pins faith in Godd first impression

Paul Holleran is hoping Jordan Goddard can recapture the form he showed at the start of his first spell at Leamington after re-signing the midfielder from Halesowen Town.

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New Southam United boss Alex Baird.

Baird takes over the reins at Southam United

Southam United have named Alex Baird as first team manager.

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Martin Slevin scored Racing Club's third at Coventry Copsewood.

Smith double helps Racing Club climb to fourth

Racing Club Warwick moved up to fourth in Midland League Division One, three points behind leaders Bromsgrove Sporting after a 3-1 win at Coventry Copsewood, avenging their cup defeat four weeks earlier in the process.

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Connor Gudger digs the ball out to send in a cross for Courtney Baker-Richardson to convert. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Leamington rediscover their verve despite being held by Chippenham

Brakes produced a vastly improved performance in an entertaining clash with their fellow promotion-chasers at a misty Phillips 66 Community Stadium, with Paul Holleran noting encouraging signs of a return to their early season swagger, writes Paul Edwards.

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The Southam management team in happier times.

Southam go down to another heavy defeat

Southam United followed up their 15-0 defeat at Racing Club Warwick with another heavy loss on Monday, going down 8-0 at Coventry Copsewood to remain rooted to the foot of Midland League Division One.

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James Mace in action at Banbury. Picture: Steven Prouse/KBO Photography

Belief remains for Brakes despite their derby despair

Paul Holleran says he will not allow negativity to creep in despite a winless festive period.

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Paul Holleran watches on as Leamington slip to an injury-time defeat at Banbury. Pictures: Steven Prouse

Holleran accuses Banbury manager of a ‘real lack of class’

Leamington manager Paul Holleran has reacted angrily to comments made by his Banbury United counterpart Mike Ford in the run-up to last Monday’s derby.

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James Mace tidies up after a threatening run from Banbury's Marvin Asiedu Ofosu. Pictures: David Prouse/KBO Photography

The new year starts with a whimper for lacklustre Leamington

Leamington suffered a sickening defeat to kick off 2017, with Banbury scoring the only goal of the game with just 12 seconds of second-half injury time remaining, writes Paul Okey.

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Richard Gregory receives the congratulations after scoring against his former club. Picture: Morris Troughton

A lack of bravery cost us two points, admits Brakes boss

Leamington boss Paul Holleran blamed a lack of courage for his side’s inability to make the most of their extra man against Stratford.

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The misery continued for Saints at Racing Club on Boxing Day. Picture: Morris Troughton

Saints’ 15-0 defeat at derby rivals is final straw for Ray

Southam United are searching for a new manager after Ian Ray stepped down following their humiliating 15-0 defeat at Racing Club Warwick on Boxing Day.

Richard Gregory celebrates scoring against his former club. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Tulloch’s red fuels Stratford fightback

A poor second-half performance from Leamington saw their south Warwickshire neighbours Stratford Town take a deserved share of the spoils from this Boxing Day derby clash, writes Paul Edwards.

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Southam defender Ruben Bastos brings down Alex Price to concede the penalty which led to Racing Club Warwick's eighth goal. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Rampant Racers show no mercy to ten-man Saints

Southam’s sorry season reached a new low on Boxing Day as Racing Club Warwick ran riot to rack up a score which even warranted a mention from Jeff Stelling on Sky Sports.

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James Bramwell notched for Midland Rangers in their 4-1 win at Kenilworth Town Rangers.

Real surprise in the George Dutton Cup as Khalsa bow out

Division Three side Real Barston produced a huge shock in the first round of the George Dutton Cup, knocking out top-flight Khalsa.

The referee calls a halt to the game with Southam trailing 4-0.

Southam’s fixture is abandoned due to fog

An impeccably observed minute’s silence before the match in honour of former coach Barry Rumble was the precursor to a strange ending to Southam United’s home Midland League Division fixture with Pershore last Saturday.

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