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Back to their best
7:00am Friday 6th March 2009 in News
BRILLIANT Black Country Rangers U10s were back to their best with a 2-1 away win at Dudley Sports East.
The all-important goals were scored by man of the match Harry Best and Dylan Pratt.
Girls League The U12s gave away an early goal but after half time Halas made a spirited comeback with Elisha Rose scoring both the equaliser and a second goal for Halas. Charis Maguire then cut in across the defence to score a third Halas goal. In the final stages Rose raced through to score her hat trick and seal a 4-1 victory.
The U13s continued their impressive run this season with a 6-1 win over Angels in a league cup game.
Goals were scored by Lauren Taylor (2), Liz McAleenan (2) and Rhianne Murray (2).
Player of the match was defender Chloe Cameron.
The U16s East travelled to face a strong Kewford team and came away with a 5-2 win. Catherine Barrett, Olivia Emerson Jenny Watkins (2) and Rebekah Trevis-Smith.
Boys League The U10s West beat Warstones East 4-2.
On the scoresheet were man of the match Joe Price, Nathan Postine and Cameron Milne (2).
The U11s had to come from a goal behind to claim a 3-1 win over Club Dudley.
Jack Guest got two with Michael Eaton weighing in with a third. Man of the match went to Connor Leak.
The U12s East marched into the quarter final of the South Staffs cup after coming from 4-0 down to beat Silverdale 6-4.
After a sloppy first half the lads suddenly clicked and goals from Josh Ezewele, Josh March, Kane Cambell, Reece Marks and Dan Willetts (2) sealed the victory.
An in form U14s met defeated top-of-the-table Nunnery Wolves 7-0 with goals from Guy Millward (2), Alex Gregory, Ben Hughes, Jack Hudson, Adam Hodges and Sam Dickens.
Another fine display from the U15s saw them gain another three points with a 5-0 win over Corinthians.
This was the ninth straight win and keeps the team well on track for promotion. Goals came from debut player, Ben Hancox, with a brace, Amin Ali, Josh Spencer and Charlie Price.
The man of the match award went to Adam Reece.
The U15s put eight past West Hagley to continue their winning ways.
Nathan Davies starred with a well-taken hat-trick in 8-3 win, Ryan Crage was named man of the match.
The U11s drew 2-2 with Coseley Town.
On the scoresheet were Ben Shaw and Ryan Clarke with Sam Jones picking up the man of the match award.
The U14s drew 1-1 with Quinton Eagles.
Danny Round netted Panthers only goal while Rhys Jarvis was named man of the match.
The U15s North went down 3-2 to Bearwood Sports.
Consolation goals were scored by Tom Gadd and Steven Jevons.
Ryan Cartwright was named man of the match.
The U14s West were 4-0 winners over Sedgley Scorpions.
Goals were scored by Pete Baits, Joe Waltho (2) and Ben Ball with Tom Bloomer picking up the man of the match award.
The U16s went down 1-0 to Wombourne Warriors with Matt Jones picking up the man of the match award.
The U16s girls were beaten 2-0 by Kingswinford.
Sarah Davies was named player of the match.
Brierley and Hagley Celtic
The U11s defeated Gornal Colts North 2-0 in the fourth round of the South Staffordshire Charity Cup.
Goals were scored by Dan Wilkinson and Sebastian Chater with Bryn Tye picking up the man of the match award.
The U11s West won 9-1 away at West Hagley.
Man of the match Miles Stamps netted four times with Liam Smart and Camron Lyness both scoring twice.
The U11s East drew 3-3 away at Bilbrook Juniors.
The U11s North won 4-2 at home to Wombourne Olympic.
The U15s NSC drew 1-1 away at MNG Milanco with a goal from Thomas Reynolds.
The man of the match award went to James Bate.
The U16s won 6-0 at home to Oldswinford Youth.
The U9s defeated Sedgley Scorpionsa 1-0 thanks to a Curtis Holmes goal.
The U15s belied their bottom-of-the-table position to beat Bartley Green Falcons 8-0.
The man of the match award went to hat-trick hero Charlie Gray.
Michael McDermott (2), Conor Devaney, Sean Lyness and Daniel Watson were also on the scoresheet.
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