TRYSULL Tigers celebrated qualification for the Beacon Sunday League's Clinton Cup semi finals by going on a goal spree this week.

With their spot in the knockout stages already secure, group A side Tigers blasted luckless Coseley-based AFC Springfield 10-0 to round of their group games with a proud 100 per cent tag in The Sports Shop Kingswinford sponsored competition, writes Dave McLean.

It was six of the best in the first half from a rampant Tigers outfit, who are also on the heels of Bloxwich Rangers U21s in the Paycare Development Division title race.

Inflicting the damage for Trysull were Tom Hudson (three), Will Spruce, Joel Craner (both two), Steve Richards, Dan Hickman and James Sproston.

Trysull are joined in the knockout last four - draw to be confirmed - by Dudley Rangers United, Bloxwich Rangers under-21s and AFC Sporting Gornal.

In group B of the Wilkes Tranter Chell Cup, the two teams progressing have yet to be confirmed. This week's fixtures saw holders Dynamo Dudley boost their chances again, while Codsall Station retained a firm interest with a 6-0 win over Cannock United.

Dynamo visited AFC Sporting Gornal and emerged 6-3 victors as Shawn Devonport, Joe Lawley, Ben Hickman, Arron Lloyd, Arron Dunn and Steve Jones shared the goals. In reply, Joe Johns, Tom Timmins and George Tennant netted for Sporting.

In group A, Shere Punjab Wolves required a last match five clear goal win over Claregate Park Rangers to reach the knockout stage and so deny Coseley-based Beacon Lions, but they could only claim a 4-2 success.

Meanwhile, group A winners Fiveways Inn from Lower Gornal will be joined by Beacon Lions in the knockout stages, along with two from the quartet of Dynamo, Codsall, Kurdish or Sedgley & Gornal United from a tightly contested group B.

In the main Redbox Signmakers Beacon Championship, Kurdish United missed the opportunity to go second and just two points behind leaders Dynamo with a match in hand after slipping up 3-2 at home to Beacon Lions.

It was an excellent fourth league triumph for Beacon, who had Adam Woodward (two) and Jason Wood grabbing the goal limelight, with Sarhang Rawf and Wrya Mohamed responding.

In the Paycare Development Division, leaders Bloxwich Rangers U21s took another step towards their first Beacon league crown after coming from behind to deny visiting Dudley Rangers United by the odd goal in three.

Liam Ingram gave Dudley a superb start, before Connor Wall levelled matters late in the first half. It was Reece Berry who eventually notched the all important winner for Bloxwich who secured their tenth league win of the campaign.

The pacesetters, who have three matches remaining, lead AFC Sporting Gornal by seven points. Sporting, who also have a game in hand, kept up the chase with a crucial 2-1 success over visiting Coven United, goals from Jordan Robinson and Stuart Brown.