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Delighted Dudley defeat rivals to reach cup final
10:39am Thursday 26th March 2009 in News
Dudley United U10s girls defeated local rivals Kewford 3-0 to make the League Cup final.
Goals were scored by Megan Pound (2) and Chloe Walker with goalkeeper Emily Smith picking up the girl of the game award.
Dudley United girls and also the ladies senior teams are always on the lookout for more players for all age groups, for more information about getting involved with an established girls club contact Marian Bennett on 01384 377 582 or Peter Curran on 07989 584 054, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The U15s NSC won 7-1 away at Wombourne Colts thanks to goals from James Bate, Connor McManus, Jack Tattersall and a fantastic four from man-of-the-match Garrick Clinton.
The U11s West won 7-0 away at Longbridge Colts goals courtesy of goals by Camron Lyness (2), Miles Stamps, Connor Rich, Liam Smart, Connor Mills and Callam Rich.
The man of the match award went to Joshua Butler.
The U9s played away against Gornal Colts and won thanks to a goal from Ben Brindley won 1-0.
The man-of-the-match award went to Lewis Sidaway.
BRIERLEY AND HAGLEY CELTIC
The U11s played away against Warley Borough and won 5-0 thanks to goals from Richard Hanson (2) Daniel Brindley (2) and Dan Wilkinson.
The man-of-the-match award wentto Nathan Owen.
The U11s went down 6-0 to Withymoor Colts with James Farrell picking up the man of the match award.
The U14s won beat Hasbury Rangers 6-4.
Goals were scored by Lewis Phillips (2), Jordan Scriven, Chris Wooley, Luke Flavell and man -of-the-match Jack Rock.
The U15s North defeated Kindsley Olympic 4-3.
On the scoresheet were Steven Jeavons (2), man of the match Brad Orgill and Thomas Poggett.
The U15s West triumphed 2-1 over Corinthians.
Pete Bates and Jason Martin netted the goals with Adam Bloomer picking up the man-of-the-match award.
The U16s were 3-2 winners over Hasbury Rangers.
Goalscorers were Ashley Bateman, man-of-the-match Adam Dunne and Leon Jamieson.
Girls League In an all Hawks semi-final the U10s East made the final of the League Cup thanks to a 4-0 win the U10 West.
Both Francesca Hancox and Amy Plimmer bagged braces.
The U11s put up a valiant fight in the U11s league cup semi final but went down 2-1 to Kewford North.
Jessica O'Sullivan was on the scoresheet.
The U12s lost 3-0 to Gornal East in their semi-final clash.
The U16 girls met Perrywoods from the Central Warwick League in a friendly match and came out on top 2-0.
Katie Wilkes and Shanice Mayers were the goalscorers.
Boys League The game between Halas Dynamos and Dudley Juniors was a fantastic advert for youth football with two very strong sides playing out a goaless draw.
The man of the match award went to goalkeeper Anthony Cowdell.
The U11s travelled back from Wombourne with a 3-0 win to their name.
Man of the match Jack Guest netted a brace with Dominic Hipkiss also getting on the scoresheet.
The U12s East beat Oldswinford 4-0 with goals coming from Jake Walley, man-of-the-match Charlie Dudley, Dan Willetts and Reece Marks.
The U14s trounced Worcester Youth 11-0, with goals from Adam Hodges (4), Guy Millward (3), Chris Swancott, Scott Pope, Jack Hudson and Thomas Stevens.
The U15s produced an awesome display to beat second-placed Withymoor 7-2.
Halas showed maturity beyond their years and produced a dazzling display of controlled football.
Goals came from, Amin Ali (3), Alex Dudley (2), Jordan Sturman and Jamie Hewitt.
The man of the match award went to Luke Sadler.
The U9s West were on the top of their game to beat Division One league leaders Kewford Eagles West 2-1.
On the scoresheet were George Grove and Keanu Griffiths.
Aaron Sharp was named man of the match.
CRADLEY TOWN COBRAS
The U9s drew 2-2 with top-of-the-table Lapal Colts.
Both goals were scored by Tom Edmonds-Hill.
BLACK COUNTRY RANGERS
The U10s won one and drew one in a double header away at Kingswinford West.
In the opening game they played out a 1-1 draw with man-of-the-match Joe Steadman netting an equaliser.
In a far better all-round performance they ran-out 3-0 winners in the second game.
Steadman scored a brace with man of the match Dylan Pratt getting the third.
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