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Ward fires fantastic four in two matches
5:50pm Wednesday 17th April 2013 in Sport
CATSHILL under-11s demonstrated their strength in depth as they saw off Pershore Town 5-1 in a mid-week match.
Elliott Ward bagged a hat-trick, while Josh Done and Teddy Cowland also scored.
Catshill then got the better of Littleton 6-1, with braces for Jacob Wakeling, Ward and James Gardner.
Catshill travel to Worcester Youth in the league today before facing Division One leaders Tewkesbury Town Colts in the Ambassador Evesham Football League Cup final at Bretforton on Saturday.
The under-10s lost their 100 per cent away record when they were beaten 2-0 by Arden Forest.
Liam Harrison and Jonathan Troth saw efforts saved but Forest hit back in the second half.
Catshill Juniors are looking for players in school years six and seven. Anyone interested can call Matthew Pugh on 07403 170314.
Bromsgrove Blades under-12s defeated Headless Cross 4-2 thanks to goals for Curtis Smith (3) and Tom Bailey. Cameron Watts was player-of-the-match.
n Santiago Colts Rednal under-15s remain top after a comprensive 8-0 victory over Sporting FC, as Jamie Inman (4), Owen Limchawalit-Tompkin (2) and Terry Cowling (2) filled their boots. Josh Phillips was man-of-the-match.
The under-13s strengthened their promotion hopes as they beat Wychall Wanderers 6-0 with goals from Morgan Jeremie (2), Jesson Ngandu, Shane Robinson, Emanuel Price and Louis Brettel. Luke Field was player-of-the-match.
Tom Hobbis scored twice and Liam Mitchell also found the back of the net as Santiagio Colts Knights under-11s defeated Castle Bromwich 3-0.
Santiago under-10s beat Colts Superstars 1-0 thanks to Joe Maguire-Cox’s effort. Tom Fellows then bagged a brace as they won 2-0 against Glades.
Santiago Colts Allstars under-10 drew 1-1 against second in the league Ulverley Hawks. Jordan O’Donnell got the goal. They then defeated Solihull Juniors 2-1, with goals for Thomas Revill and Joe Wathan.
Colts’ under-15s lost 2-1 to Shirley Town, despite Kory Roberts’ effort.
Archie Conlon and Connor Ruston hit the back of the net when Santiago Colts Shamrocks went down 4-2 to Knowle Juniors.
Santiago Colts Lickey under-15s went down 3-1 to unbeaten table-toppers Lodge Park Lions. Dan White scored for Colts and Daniel Kimber was man-of-the-match.
Tom Fowkes was player-of-the-match when the under-9s lost 2-0 to Solihull Juniors Maroon.
Santiago Colts under-14s girls were beaten 5-1 in the league cup semi-final by Kewford Eagles, with Reah Scott grabbing the consolation goal.
In the under-12s, Santiago Colts Hotshots lost 6-1 to Kings Norton Kickers. Tom Robbins scored, while James McCoy was player-of-the-match.
Santiago Colts were defeated 9-1 by Sporting. Daniel Perrot-Hughes hit the back of the net.
Westbury Celtic under-18s face a day of destinty on Sunday, May 5 as they take on Mostyn Rangers in the final of the Mercian Festival Housing Football League Ted Price Memorial Cup (4.30pm) at the Langland Stadium in Malvern. Next season, Westbury will be expanding and are looking for players of all ages, particularly for their new under-10s squad and their youth development.
Anyone under 10 years on August 31 are interested in joining the club can go to westburycelticfc.com or contact Dan Bunyan on 07540 245584.
Droitwich Spa Lions under-17s Girls have won the Stourbridge and District Youth League for the season in a row. They have also reached for the semi-final of the cup.
- Champions: Droitwich Spa Lions under-17s Girls. Back row (left to right): Jess Bailey, Jordan Maycroft, Jas Plummer, Chloe Lakin, Vicky Brown, Lucy Solloway, Jade Shekells and Leah Baker. Front row: Gee Brooker, Jas Bishop (capt), Chloe T Morris, Leah Cullen, Alex Haffner, Gemma Wilks and Charlotte Holden. (inset) Lauren Williams.
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