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Hipkiss hits four for Hawks
4:10pm Thursday 18th November 2010 in News
DOM Hipkiss struck four as Halas Hawks under-13s crushed Halesowen Town Colts 9-2 in the cup.
Hawks lead 3-2 at half-time thanks to Hipkiss, Jack Guest and Sam Hamilton before running riot after the break. Liam Holmes and Michael Morton were also on the scoresheet.
The U9s West made a strong start against Halesowen Harriers, taking an early lead through Harry Williams.
Halas continued to dominate and scored a second with a strike from Daniel Giles before Nathan Reed and Callum Brownhill made it 4-0 before and grabbed a late consolation.
The U9s East also triumphed by a 4-1 scoreline against Brierley Hill.
After taking the lead with a Brierley Hill own goal, Halas scored two more through Rickio Fairin-Hall and Oliver Miller.
Brierley Hill pulled one back but in the second half Miller scored his second in a 4-1 win.
There was a good away win for the U10s East who beat Pensnett Panthers 2-0. Halas produced a fine passing display and lead midway through the first half through Jordan Berry. Halas scored their second when James Riggy headed home a cross after the best move of the game.
The U12s West progressed to round three of the league cup with a 4-0 win over Straits Cobras.
Halas went in at half time with a three goal lead thanks to Nathan Postin, Cameron Milne and Ellis Meredith. Jamie Theodosi added a fourth in the second half.
Goals from Jonty Round and Joshua Horton secured a 2-0 triumph for the U11s at Warley Albion.
Meanwhile the U12s Dynamos knocked defending champs Kewford out in the second round of the league cup.
The holders held a one goal lead at the half but Halas stepped up their game in the second period.
After missing a penalty they got back on level terms through Connor Smith’s spot kick and with only minutes left on the clock, Jake Saxton rocketed a free-kick into the top corner for the win.
Girls League The much awaited top of the table clash between Halas Hawks U10s and Gornal Girls ended 1-1.
Gornal took the lead after three minutes but Hannah Fellows earned Halas a point when she popped up in the middle of the penalty area.
The U13s returned to winning ways when they beat Withymoor by 4-1. An outstanding goal from Sophie Blount opened the scoring and Sophie Pritchard made it two. Chelsea Dudson and a goal from Mia Bell completed the scoring.