MEADOW Park under-11s booked their place in the Open Cup final as they produced a spirited fight back to see off Ulverley Hawks Black 7-4 on Sunday.

The Bromsgrove team battled back from 2-0 down to win a goal-laden encounter before falling 4-2 behind.

Once again, Park battled on and after equalising they roared to past their opponents.

Alex Quaynor was the hero as he bagged an impressive five goal haul.

Meanwhile, Catshill under-9s invited West Bromwich Albion assistant manager Keith Downing to a training session and raised £150 for Sport Relief.

With seven teams for next season and more in the pipeline Catshill are on the lookout for new players and sponsors for these teams.

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Santiago Colts under-11s Allstars got the better of Kingshurst Sporting 6-0 to seal the CWYFL League title.

Joe Wathan bagged four goals, while Titch Smith and Thomas Revill completed the scoring.

Nicki Lawrence scored a hat-trick, while Sophie Hatton, Keron Mambonzo and Poppy Ellis also hit the back of the net as Santiago Girls under-12s defeated Kewford Eagles North 6-0.

There were goals for Yolando McBride (3), Izzy Millington (2) and Chloe Dossiter as Santiago Colts saw off Halas Hawks 6-1.

Santiago Colts under-12s Shamrocks got the better of West Hagley South 5-0, with Chris Geraghty, Connor Ruston, George Fowke, Matty McFall and Rebecca Challinor scoring.

Man of the match Harrison Bates bagged a brace as Santiago under-10s Green saw off Kingshurst Sporting 4-1.

Santiago Colts under-13s got the better of Sporting 4-1 with doubles for Chris Henwood and James McCoy.

Tom Finn and Jamie Inman scored, while Connor Micklewright was man of the match as Santiago Colts under-16s went down 4-2 to Ulverley Hawks.

Liam Mitchell & Lucas Percy shared the MVP award as the Santiago Colts under-12s Knights lost 2-0 to West Hagley East.

Joey Carey earned the man of the match award as Santiago Colts under-11s Superstars were beaten 7-0 by Redditch Eagles.