Midland Combination Premier Division
19/07/1993 Chelmsley Town 0 Birmingham City 1
Chelmsley Squad: Gary Adkins, D Storer, D Bell, S Moore, D Arkell, S Sam, P Moore, A Cook, E Thompson, C Tymon, S Smith, Tony Gormley, Ricky Marshall, G Hodgetts, A Hodgetts, M Luby Manager: Bill Cox
Birmingham City Squad: Andy Gosney, Richard Scott, Ian Clarkson, Trevor Matthewson, Graham Potter, Steve Robinson, Ben Sedgemore, Louie Donowa, Simon Sturridge, Adam Wratten, Dean Peer, Joey Dowling, Ara Bedrossian Manager: Terry Cooper
Colours: Sky Blue (Chelmsley), Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts, Yellow Socks (Birmingham)
Referee: Andy Legg (Ward End)
Linesmen: Nigel Ensor (Castle Bromwich), T Carroll (Ward End)
Attendance: approx 2000
Source: Birmingham Evening Mail
A goal by Simon Sturridge on 60 minutes gave Blues victory over Midland Combination side Chelmsley Town.
Sturridge followed up from close range after a Louie Donowa header rebounded off the bar.
The scoreline would have been greater but for some brilliant saves by Town goalkeeper Gary Adkins.
BLUES have taken another international on trial - Armenian midfielder Ara Bedrossian.
Seven times capped by Cyprus, Ara - nicknamed Harry - won the Cypriot Championship three times with Appoel before joining QPR last season.
He then moved to Fulham for the last couple of months when Mark Copper first alerted father Terry about him following his transfer from Blues.
Ara, 26, impressed during the 1-0 friendly win over Chelmsley Town last night, hitting the bar with one shot.
Evesham FC winger Joe Dowling, 21, from Kings Heath, is also on a week's trial and played last night.
Blues were expecting to see Solihull Borough's Reckey Carter back at training to prepare for tomorrow's match at Hereford after a mix-up meant he failed to turn up last night.
Blues have taken Solihull Borough striker Reckey Carter on trial.
The 20-year-old, scorer of 40 goals from 57 league and cup games last season, is likely to figure in tonight's friendly at Chelmsley Town (7.30).
Carter spent two weeks with Port Vale last season and Blues watched him several times for the Beazer Premier team.
Out-of-favour Trevor Matthewson, Louie Donowa and Simon Sturridge are also set to play in tonight's match at Chelmsley.
28/08/1993 Shepshed Albion 3 Chelmsley Town 0
Chelmsley Line-Up: Adkins (GK), Hanley
Shepshed Line-Up: David King, Dorsett, Gore, King, Stacey, Wetton (Sub)
02/10/1993 Meir KA 1 Chelmsley Town 2
Meir Goalscorer: Andy Hawksworth
Source: Staffordshire Sentinel
MEIR KA were given the boost of a sixth minute goal from Andy Hawksworth, but went down to their fifth defeat in 10 games in the Skol Midland Combination 2-1 to a lowly Chelmsley, who scored their first away win.
11/12/1993 Barwell 1 Chelmsley Town 0
Barwell Line-Up: Paul Bray, Syd Warren, Mark Kane, Tony Brown, Carl Williams, John Borszowski (Sub: Andy Lucas), Richard Orton, Darren Bass, Scott Kempin, Paul Shackleton, Duane Martin Sub Not Used: Richard Anderton
09/04/1994 Chelmsley Town 0 Barwell 2
Barwell Line-Up: Paul Bray, Paul Shackleton, Adrian Baker (Sub: Anthony Hopewell), Mark Kane, Carl Williams, Scott Kempin, Richard Orton (Sub: Darren Ratcliffe), Syd Warren, John Borszowski, Tyrone Mintus, Darren Bass
30/04/1994 Coleshill Town 3 Chelmsley Town 2
Coleshill Goalscorers: Johnson 2, McDonald
07/05/1994 Chelmsley Town 1 Shepshed Albion 1
Chelmsley Team: Adkins, Storer, Stowe, Worley, Moore, Brown, Gormley, Tyman, Thompson, P.Slowey, M.Slowey, Subs: Bell, Johnson
Shepshed Team: Sanders, Smith, Lovell, Cordner, R.Green, Dawson, Pendenque, Buxton, King, Newton, Stacey. Subs: Newbold, H.Green
Referee: John Stokes (Selly Oak)