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Catshill exit cup
6:00pm Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Local
CATSHILL under-11s bowed out of the League Cup to Premier Division opposition despite a gutsy display in their 3-0 loss to Ulverley Hawks.
The hosts were not overawed by Ulverley’s higher league placing and had the best of the opening exchanges with Jonthan Troth’s pace a constant threat.
David Gwynn thought he had scored but his header was ruled out because of a foul.
Meadow Park under-12s travelled to Droitwich Spa in the Worcestershire FA County Youth Development League and won 5-3.
Despite a confident start from Meadow Park, it was Droitwich who took the lead with their first real attack when a hesitant Nick Blackmore was beaten..
Park rallied and Josh Done struck the bar with a fierce drive before they were back on level terms.
At the midway point in the half Jacob Willis converted an Elliott Ward cross but the remainder of the first period belonged to the Spa boys as an uncharacteristically weak ending to the half saw Meadow Park trail 3-1 at the interval.
But Meadow Park bounced back in the second half as Willis bagged three more goals and man of the match Ward also hit the back of the net.
On Sunday, they defeated Knowle 3-0 with Willis and Ward on target.
Two goals each for Libby Stoodley, Keron Mambonzo and Poppy Ellis and one for Elle Bates saw Santiago Colts under-12s defeated Barnsley Hall beat Kewford Eagles 7-1.
Santiago U12 Knights continue their unbeaten start in the League with a comprehensive 5-0 win over Studley Junior Bees, with goals from Ben Carolan, Liam Mitchell, George Rogers and Charlie Day as well as an own goal.
In the under-11s, Santiago Superstars returned to form winning away in the League at Solihull Juniors 6-3. Man of the match Jordan Price bagged a hat trick, while Luis Wetherall (2) and Tom Fellows also scored.
Santiago under-10s Crusaders moved into the top three after beating Supreme F C 4-1. Man of the match eece Brown scored an hat trick with Ryan McCarthy adding the other.
Goals for Chris Henwood and Liam Williams ensured Santiago under-13s saw off Sporting 3-0. Joel Perry was man of the match.
In the under-14s, Santiago drew 2-2 with Studley as Shane Robinson and Emanuel Pryce scored.
Santiago under-10s Greens went down 2-1 in the League Shield against Ulverley Hawks Black.
Santiago under-15s Girls lost 1-3 to Halas Hawks, Keeley Wakelam scored and Louise O'Connell was man of the match.
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