Rangers head in right direction

Adam Hadley header secured Black Country Rangers U10s a 1-0 victory over Dudley Sports West.

Before victory was sealed they had to survive an onslaught from Dudley Sports.

Man of the match was awarded to Liam Hill.

Brierley Hill Bullets.

The U16s East made it three wins and three clean sheets in a row with a superb 3-0 victory over Stourton Lions.

Goals from Daniel Wood, Aarron Wall and Brad Sharp sealed a well-deserved victory.

The U9s lost 4-3 to Withymoor Tigers.

Goals came from Warren Neville, Kieran Stanford, Ryan Perry and man of the match Jordan Andrews.

The U10s East beat Rowley Rhinos 7-5.

Goals from Leigh Foster (2), Bradley North (2), Dean Hackett (2) and Zac Burchell secured the high-scoring victory.

Man of the match went to James Swinburne.

The U10s South lost 2-0 to Withymoor Colts West.

Matthew Tarr was named man of the match.

The U10s West beat Oldswinford Youth 6-2.

The U10s North lost 7-0 Kingswinford East with Sam Taylor being named man of the match.

The U11s won 8-2 against West Hagley.

Goals were scored by Callum Broome (4), Jake Parkes, Ben Gordon, Luke Beddal and Jordan Hooper.

The U12s West won 2-1 against Stourbridge Glassboys.

Lewis Griffiths bagged a brace with Charlie Rumsey picking up the man of the match award.

The U12s North won 7-4 against Wordsley Wasps.

The U13s East beat Tipton Town 3-0.

Goals came from Connor Tromans, Brad Ashmore, Steve Mullaney with Will Slater picking up the man of the match.

The U13s West beat Withymoor South 6-0.

Goals were scored by Jordan Paraszckak (3), Danny Hay.

Enville Athletic.

The U15s continued their good start to the season with a hard fought 3-1 win away to Longbridge Colts.

After going behind Enville fought back with a brace from man of the match Ryan Caldwell and a well earned goal from Tom Hoult.

Oldswinford Youth.

The U10s went down 6-2 to Brierley Hill Bullets.

Consoaltion goals were scored by James Stevens and Jordan Tranter with Liam Simmons picking up the man of the match award.

The U12s were beaten 8-4 by Trysull Tigers East.

Goals were scored by James Checketts (2), Aidan Price and Ryan Owen.

The U13s played out an entertaining 4-4 draw with Langley.

Both Tom Garratt and Triston Edwards bagged a brace.

Man of the match Jonathan Mackenzie who broke his leg in the match.

The U14s were 5-0 winners over Longbridge with Dan Fellows helping himself to a hat-trick.

Also on the scoresheet were Ben Hayes and Robert Hinton.

The U16s went down 2-0 to Withymoor Colts with Ben Price picking up the man of the match award.

Withymoor Colts Leading marksman Luke Wale netted an amazing four goals in a 7-0 win over Wordsley Wasps.

Elliot Mann (2) and Joe Hudson were also on the scoresheet.

Halas Hawks Boys League The U9s West went down 4-2 to Kewford Central, with man of the match Joe Wythes getting both of their goals.

The U1O Dynamos put in another tremendous performance against Penn Colts North to come out on top 10-1.

Hat tricks came from Jake Saxton and man of the match Connor Smith as well goals from Thomas Widnall (2), Jimmy Williams and Lewis Sidebottom.

The U10s West won their first game of the season with a much deserved 5-2 victory over Forest Falcons East.

Goals came from Cameron Milne who got four and Nathen Postin.

Man of the match went to Jack Willetts.

The U12s North defeated Kingswinford 4-3.

Goalscorers were Christian Herbert (2), Chris Postin and Calum Pearson.

Man of the match went to Joe Brass.

The U15s had a comfortable 4-2 win over Sedgley Scorpions.

Goals came from man of the match Naiem Yafai (2), Adam Reece and a headed goal from Jamie Hewitt.

Girls league The U10s West met Gornal North and a hat-trick for Katie Hope set them up for a 4-2 win.

The U10s East drew 1-1 with Kewford On the scoresheet for the Hawks was Francesca Hancox.

The U11s provided a convincing 4-1 win over Gornal Girls.

Goals were scored by Sophie Blount, Louise Edgerton, Amy Blakemore and Chelsea Dudson.

The U13s were 6-1 winners over Wordsley Wasps.

Goals were scored by Lauren Taylor (2), Megan Ingram and Rhianne Murray (3).

An exciting match was expected when the U16s East and West met and the girls didn’t disappoint with East running out 4-2 winners.

Cradley Cobras.

The U9s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a hard thought 3-3 draw against Rowley Rangers.

Goals were scored by Kieran Biggs-Thomas and Reece Fackrell as well as an own goal.

Halesowen Town.

The U16s went down 3-0 to Oaklands.

The U15s were 1-0 winners at home to Coldlands Colts.

Dale Collins scored the match winner from the penalty spot.

The U14s won 1-0 away to Studley, through a Charlie Doman-Lees goal just before half time.

The U13s were 4-1 winners over Celtic Reds.

Goals were scored by Dan Smith (2), Luke Garrington and Tom Overfield.

The U10s were a staggering 22-0 winners away at Dudley United.

On the scoresheet were Luke Twining, Jordan Devine, Zack Dimmock, Jack Waldron, Ethan Hart and Matthew Griffiths.

Pheonix Youth.

The U9s played out a 2-2 draw with Kewford Eagles West.

On the score sheet were Niall Felton and Jamaal Thompson with goalkeeper Jack Hancox being named man of the match.

Forest Falcons.

The U9s played out a 0-0 draw at home against Withymoor Colts, with the man of the match award going to Ryan Davis.

The U13s fought back from 2-0 down to beat Netherton Colts 5-3 with goals from Saul Hodgetts, Joe Smith and a hat trick from man of the match Ben Eberle The U15s NSC lost 4-2 away at Phoenix both goals were scored by man of the match Connor McManus.

Brierley and Hagley Celtic.

The U11s picked up a 3-1 win over Hasbury Rangers.

Goals were scored by Richard Hanson, Daniel Brindley and Joe Shaw with man of the match going to goalkeeper Tom Lubke.

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