Shaw seals semi-final win

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BRIERLEY and Hagley Celtic U11s made it through to the final of the League Cup thanks to a 5-0 win over Penn Colts.

The semi-final triumph was sealed courtesy of a hat-trick from man-of-the-match Joe Shaw, with Richard Hanson and Daniel Brindley also getting on the scoresheet.

PENSNETT PANTHERS

The U11s went down 6-1 to Black Country Rangers with Wyatt Dunn netting a consolation goal.

The U15s North were defeated 4-3 by Trysall Tigers.

Hat-trick hero Steven Jeavons was named man-of-the-match.

The U15s West were beaten 2-0 by Blackheath with Callum Rose named man-of-the-match.

BLACK COUNTRY RANGERS

In a double header against Kewford Eagles East the U10s won one and lost one.

They lost the first clash 2-1 with man-of-the-match Liam Hill netting a consolation goal.

In the second game they were 2-1 winners with Hill and Adam Hadley scoring.

Jak Garratt was named man-of-the-match.

FOREST FALCONS

The U9s drew 1-1 with Stourbridge Glassboys with Joel Atkins scoring and the man of the match award going to Ryan Davis.

HALESOWEN TOWN COLTS

The U16s made it through to the League Cup final courtesy of a 1-0 win over Coleshill Town.

The winning goal was scored by Stefan Ashman.

The U13s progressed to their second semi-final of the season thanks to a superb 6-0 win over Callowbrook Swifts.

Man-of-the-match Tom Overfield scored a hat-trick with Danny Deakin, Luke Garrington and Dan Smith also finding the net.

The U11s defeated Ettingshall 1-0 thanks to a George Baker goal.

ENVILLE ATHLETIC

The U15s continued their impressive run of form with a 4-1 victory over Kingswinford Boys.

Connor Skinkys and Jamie Dean both bagged a brace with Ben Poulton picking up the man-of-the-match award.

HALAS HAWKS

Boys League

The club’s first silverware of the season went to the U14s who claimed the Stourport League Division Two title with a 5-0 win over Burlish.

Goals were scored by Sam Dickens (2), Chris Swancott, Guy Millward and Ben Hughes.

The U10s West won a hard fought game against West Hagley 2-1.

The goals were scored by man of the match, Matt Jones and Luke Groves.

The U10s Dynamos were in top form in defeating Rio Saints 6-0.

Goals were scored by Jordan Boffey (2), Reece Colley (2), Alex Gardener and man-of-the-match Jack Blunt.

The U11s travelled to West Hagley and came away with a 4-0 victory.

Goals were scored by Kane Yorke (2), Connor Leak and Adam Baker.

The U15s drew 1-1 with Phoenix Youth.

Alex Dudley was on the scoresheet with Callum Ashton picking up the man-of-the-match award.

Girls League

A super performance saw the U10s West win their Merit Shield semi final 1-0 against Dudley.

Katie Hope netted the match-winner.

The U10s lost their Merit Shield semi-final on penalties against Kewford.

The two sides could not be split after extra-time with the game ending 2-2.

Shannon Stamps and Abigail Gennard had scored for the Hawks.

The U11s won their Merit Shield group match 6-0 against Withymoor. Hat-trick hero Georgia Hanson was joined on the scoresheet by Jessica O’Sullivan (2) and Amy Blakemore.

The U12s were 3-0 winners over Ferndale.

Goals were scored by Danielle Lawrence and Hannah Sharkey (2).

The U13s secured a place in the League Cup final courtesy of a 2-1 win over Wordsley.

Goals were scored by Lauren Taylor and Katie Hickman with the player of the match going to Sophie Kinsey.

The U16s West completely controlled their game against Withymoor East running out 8-0 winners.

The U16s East girls produced an excellent second half performance to seal a 5-1 win over Kingswinford.

Goals were scored by Jenny Watkins, Kirsty Houston, Rebekah Trevis-Smith, Kirsty Houston and Lydia Bradley.

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