Wythes and Wyer power Hawks

GOALS from Joseph Wythes and Joel Wyer gave Halas Hawks under 10s West a 2-0 win in a tight encounter at Withymoor Colts.

Josh Garbett grabbed a second half equaliser as the U10s East drew 2-2 with Phoenix. Jordan Cronin scored direct from a corner to give Halas the lead but Phoenix hit back with two quick goals before the leveller.

The U11s Dynamos had a Josh Wheeler hat-trick to thank as they beat Bearwood Sports 6-2, other goals coming from Jake Saxton, Jack Blunt and Jordon Boffey.

The U12s met Withymoor and put their recent poor form behind them with a 2-1 win thanks to goals from Kane Griffiths-York and Deon Patel, who also took the man of the match award.

Five different scorers gave the U13s a 5-2 win at Kewford Eagles. Kane Campbell, Dan Willetts, Josh Ezewele, Macauley Totney and Tom Wickstead were all on target.

The U14s also hit five in a 5-1 triumph over Perrywoods, goals coming from Danny Hodges, Lewis Hatfield, Daniel Scarrett and a brace from Luke Patton.

Two late goals saw the U16s lose a ten-goal thriller 6-4 to Warley. Trailing 3-0 at the break, Halas fought back to level through two Alex Dudley penalties and an Edward Leeson effort.

Warley scored a fourth but Halas pulled one back through Antony Keeling before losing their concentration conceding two late goals.

Girls League Goals from Lily Atchison and Brodie Rumsey were not enough to prevent the U10s falling to a 3-2 defeat at Gornal.

There was better news for the U11s as strikes by Lucy Heaselgrave and Louise Tromans gave them a 2-1 win over Gornal.

Amy Blakemore was on target as the U12s went down 3-1 to Tipton, while the U14s had a day to forget as they were mauled 8-0 by Withymoor.

The U16s displayed their best football of the season in the first half of their game against Pensnett, going into the break two up with goals from Shanice Mayers and Rebekah Trevis-Smith.

Trevis-Smith made sure of a 3-0 win with her second goal.

Halesowen Town Colts U9s progressed in the league cup with a 3-0 win over Wren's Nest thanks to a brace from Sam Wyatt and a long range free kick from Olise Priest.

They continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 league victory over Bearmore Knights. Goals came from Alex Priest and Sam Wyatt.

The U12s recorded a 3-1 win over Pensnett Harriers with Ed Scott, Todd Dallison and George Baker all hitting the target.

The U14s remain top of the Premier Division despite only drawing 2-2 with Moor Green. The Yeltz came from behind twice to equalise through Dan Smith and Luke Garrington.

Wordsley Wasps East U12s secured a 5-2 win over Hasbury thanks to two goals from George Hingley, Harry Sheperd and George Nokes also hitting the target.

Goals from Connor Hoban, Jimmy Williams and Jordan Harris gave Hasbury U11s a 3-1 over previoulsy unbeaten Perton, with Harris taking man-of-the-match honours.

Cradley Town Cobras U10s secured an emphatic 7-0 win against Netherton Colts East, Luke Lewis, Jamie Oldnall, Reece Fackrell (2), Tom Edmonds-Hill (2) and Kieran Biggs-Thomas were all on the scoresheet.

Harry Marshall bagged a brace as Forest Falcons U10s West won 2-0 at home to Dudley Sports.

The U9s East drew 1-1 at home to Forest Falcons West, while the U10s East won 3-1 at home to Kewford Eagles Central.

A Liam Smart hat-trick gabe the U12s West a 5-1 win over Dudley Rangers, Aaron Watkins and Connor Rich bagging the other goals.

There was disappointment for the U11s East who lost 2-1 at home to Inkberrow Eagles, though the U12s East won 1-0 away at Penn Colts South.

The U12s North won 3-1 away at Wordsley Wasps West, while the U14s lost 5-0 at home to Brierley Hill Bullets East.

Goals from Tom Westwood and Jack Ross were not enough to prevent the U16s going down 5-2 at Dudley Juniors in the league cup.

The U16s East won 4-3 away at Wordsley Wasps East.

Dudley Sports U14s smashed a super eight past Withymoor Colts, Damien Burton, Connor Cooper and Alex Malcolm all bagging braces while Oliver Burrows and Lee Sidebottom were also on the mark.

Chloe Gwilliams and Natalie Ball both hit two as the U15 girls fired six past Peopleton, while Ellis Hill and Jordan Maddox were on target in the U11 boys 2-1 win over HIllcrest.

Elsewhere the U9s lost 7-0 to Bilbrook Juniors.

A hat-trick from Adam Hadley and two goals form Dylan Pratt helped Black Country Rangers to a 7-1 win over Oldswinford Youth.

Cameron Young and an Ashley Cole penalty completed the rout.

Romsley Rangers were pegged back to draw 2-2 in a competitive clash with Priory Rangers.

Two up thanks to headers by Richard Smith and Josh Hill, Rangers conceded two goals midway through the second period after having a penalty shout turned down.

Blackheath Town U16s extended there unbeaten run of league games to thirty two and also went to top of the league with a 2-1 win over Grange Colts. Jack Jefferson scored both goals.

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