Hawks maul Tigers

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HALAS Hawks under-13s produced their best performance of the season to smash seven past Trysull Tigers.

Jake Walley and Josh Ezewele both grabbed braces while the other goals came from Reece Marks, Dan Willetts and Raheem Dyer.

Failure to take chances cost the U11s West as they went down 2-0 to Old Wulfrunians, while the U12s lost 6-0 to Old Wulfrunians.

An exciting display by U14s gave them a 4-1 win against Kewford Eagles with fine goals from Lewis Hatfield, Tony Harley and a brace from Luke Patton. Man of the match was Charlie Durrell.

Girls League The U16 girls started quietly against Kewford Eagles but eventually won 4-0 with Sophie Leak, Amy Wall, Pascal Windross and Rebekah Trevis-Smith hitting the back of the net.

Dudley Sports Dudley Sports U9s earned their first win of the season with a superb 1-0 success over Wordsley Wasps, Marcus Jones with the winning goal.

Taylor Pike hit two as the U10s Won 2-1 against Tipton Utd.

The U11s Won 4-2 against Brierley Hill Bullets, Jordon Maddox, Ben Clements, Harry Clements and Cameron Simcox got the goals.

Forest Falcons Connor Rich notched a brace as the U12s West won 4-2 at home to Kewford Eagles West, Rashaun Reid and Cameron Lyness were also on the mark.

The U9s West won 2-1 away at Newbridge Rangers and the U12s East beat Trysull Tigers 5-2.

But there was disappointment for the U10s West, who lost 4-2 at home to Cobras FC, while the U11s West lost 4-2 away at Inkberrow Eagles.

There were mixed results for the U12s North, who won 3-0 away at Wombourne Olympic, the U14s who lost 1-0 away at Tipton Town and the U16s East who won 2-1 at home to Oldswinford Youth.

The U16s NSC lost 3-1 away at Withymoor Colts.

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