JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Catshill under-11s went goal crazy as they roared to a 11-1 win over Ilmington United.
Goals for Tyler Eley (3), Daniel Ashton (2), Elliott Ward (5) and Jacob Wakeling made sure of victory in the Central Warwickshire League.
Catshill remain top of the table as they go into the half term break with a maximum points from their first six games.
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The under-10s went top of their league after edging out Maypole Lions 2-1 with Jonathan Troth and Ellis Lowe on target.
Catshill under-14s suffered their first loss of the campaign when they went down 3-1 at Cofton Athletic in the Central Warwickshire League Division One.
Charlie Kirby had fired them ahead but the home side hit back.
- Santiago Colts Girls got among the goals as they saw off Kinver Colts 12-1 with four each for Beth Breen and Louise O’Connell, a hat-trick for Reah Scott and one for Chloe Dossiter.
The Colts Northfield under-15s side defeated Shenley Radford 8-1 with man-of-the-match Liam Baxter (4), Josh Dennis (2), Kai Brooks and Brogan Halpin scoring.
Colts Hotshots under-12s tasted success in the Open Cup with a 3-0 win over Kings Norton Kickers with Joel Ellis, Diego Preston and Charlie Linden hitting the back of the net.
Santiago Colts Superstars edged Redditch United 3-2 with Ryan Harper, Tom Fellows Luis Wetherall on target.
Harrison Bates was the scorer for Santiago Colts Greens under-9s when they drew 1-1 with Leafield Athletic. Jamie Vennables was man-of-the-match.
The under-12s were edged out by Alvechurch Lions. Tia Williams was player-of-the-match.
Santiago Colts Lickey went down 3-2 to Red Kite Hawks under-15s. Jon Colley was man-of-the-match.
Colts Rednal under-15s went out of the Open Cup to Premier League Callowbrook Swifts U15’s 4-1. Jamie Inman scored and Owen Limchawalit-Tompkins was man-of-the-match.
The under-13s lost 3-0 Holy Souls, while Colts Knights under-11s were beaten 3-0 by Alcester Town.
Lewis Fullilove was man-of-the-match as the Colts White under-9s lost 4-0 to Bromford.
Ashley Rana was also man-of-the-match for Santiago Colts in their 8-0 defeat to Sheldon Royals.