Brierley and Hagley Celtic U11s were in brilliant form as they ran out 7-0 winners over Chasetown Scholars in the third round of the South Staffordshire Charity Cup.
On the scoresheet were Dominic Friel (2), Harrison O'Brien, Nathan Owen, man of the match Joe Dudley, Ben Moore plus an own goal.
The U15s went top of the table with a 4-0 win over Grange Colts.
On the scoresheet were Michael Woodhall (2), Ben Paulton and Connor Hudson.
Josh Prescott picked up the man of the match award.
The U9s East won 2-1 at home to Wordsley Wasps courtesy of goals from Curtis Holmes and Alex Hall with Josh Dowler picking up the man of the match award.
The U9s West won 3-1 at home to Gornal Colts before going down 2-0 to Bearwood Sports the following day.
The U10s East won 3-2 away at Trysull Tigers East and followed that up with a 4-0 at home to Stourbridge Glassboys.
The U10s West won 10-0 at home to Dudley United.
The U11s East won 3-0 at home to Gornal Colts North.
The U11s West won 8-1 away at Club Dudley Juniors.
On the scoresheet were Miles Stamps (4), man of the match Callam Rich, Liam Smart, Connor Mills and Connor Rich.
The U11s North won 4-2 at home to Wordsley Wasps.
The U13s won 3-2 away at Netherton Colts East.
The U15s NSC won 7-4 at home to Halesowen Staggs.
Goals were scored by man of the match Tommy Pewton (3), Thomas Reynolds (2), James Bate and Garrick Clinton.
The U16s won 6-2 at home to Brierley Hill Bullets East.
The U11s went down 8-1 to Wordsley Wasps.
On the scoresheet was Harry Allen with Ryan Clarke picking up the man of the match award.
The U14s were 5-1 winners over Longbridge Colts.
Goals were scored by Danny Round (2) Scott Bennett, Jack Rock and Mitch Reece with Luke Flavell picking up the man of the match award.
The U15s North went down 5-1 to Finchfield.
Luke Smith netted a consolation goal with Cameron Collins picking up the man of the match award.
The U15s West coasted to a 7-3 win over Wombourne Colts.
Jason Martin helped himself to a hat-trick, while man of the match Joe Waltho scored a brace.
Pete Bates and Jordan Langford Hills also netted.
The U16s went down 4-1 to Kewford Eagles.
Leon Jameson was on the scoresheet with Dean Taylor picking up the man of the match award.
The U9s West beat Kingswinford AFC North 4-1.
The Colts went a goal behind before Alex Cameron equalised from the penalty spot.
In the second half Tryiq Allison, Keanu Griffiths and Joshua Ballard scored.
Harry Matthews won man of the match.
The U12s were 1-0 winners over Springhill Spartans.
On the scoresheet was Thomas Fenton with Matthew Millward picking up the man of the match award.
The U10s were 7-1 winners over Brierley Hill Bullets North.
On the scoresheet were man of the match Alex Goode (3), Ethan Hemmings (3) and Connor Barrett.
Girls League The U10s West drew 0-0 with Dudley United in the League Cup.
Halas U10s East turned on the style in their girls League Cup match against Kewford Eagles to run out 5-0 winners.
Goals were scored by Francesca Hancox (2), Esme Moran and Louise Tromans (2).
The U13s ran out 7-0 winners over Angels.
On the scoresheet were Liz McAleenan, Sophie Kinsey, Megan Ingram (2) and Katie Hickman (3).
The U16s were 4-0 winners over Gornal.
Zoe Emery shone in the strong defending back line and Pascal Windross led the attack with two fine goals. Other scorers were Jade Blount and Katie Wilkes.
Boys League The U10s Dynamos traveled to unbeaten league leaders Quinton Eagles and put in an outstanding performance to come away with a 1-0 victory thanks to a Reece Colley goal.
Harry Vine was awarded man of the match for his excellent display.
The U10s West winning run came to an end with a 2-1 defeat to Sedgley.
The consolation goal was scored by Matt Jones with Ellis Meredith picking up the man of the match award.
The U11s were 5-0 winners over Longbridge with goals from man of the match Dominic Hipkiss (2), Jack Guest (2) and Adam Baker.
The U12s East progressed to the fourth round of the South Staffs Cup after an exciting 3-2 victory against Chasetown Scholars.
Man of the match Reece Marks showed the way with two excellent finishes with Josh March adding the third.
The U15s made light work of the very heavy conditions, bagging another three points with a 6-1 victory over Wordsley West.
Goals came from Amin Ali, Tom Evans, Edward Leeson, Charlie Price and a brace from Josh Spencer.
The U9s South drew 1-1 with Withymoor Tigers.
The goal came from Luke Nicklin with the man of the match award going to Edward Holland.