Under-15s kick off on the pitch

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SANTIAGO Colts under-15s Girls were too strong for Kinver Girls as they ran out 3-1 winners with goals for Chelsea Stevens, Yolando McBride and Abby Shingler.

Two wonder strikes from Luis Wetherell and a fine finish from Jordan Price made sure Colts under-11s secured a 3-1 win over Coldland Colts.

Adam Phelps was man of the match.

A second half brace from Titch Smith kept the Allstars on top of the Premier Division after they saw off Maypole Juniors 2-0.

Santiago Colts under-10s Greens defeated Solihull Juniors 2-1 and 3-2 during a weekend double headers.

Man of the match Harrison Bates and McKenzie O'Sullivan scored in the first game.

In game two, Bates, O'Sullivan and Lewis Fullilove score.

A typical top of the table clash saw Ryan Kulas equalise as Santiago Colts under-16s drew 1-1 with Amanah.

Sam Beckford was man of the match.

Santiago Colts under-12s Knights lost the first double header 3-2 against Knowle Juniors.

Lucas Percy hit the back of the net and Colts forced an own goal. Man of the match was Daniel Handley.

Knights won the second game 1-0 with the goal from Lucas Percy.

Santiago Colts under-13s were edged out 3-2 by Blossomfield.

This result was hard to swallow after they had dominated for long periods.

Colts were beaten by a last minute goal, while Chris Henwood and Charlie Linden were on target.

Dan Sharp was man of the match.

Ryan Evans hit the back of the net but Santiago under-16s Rednal lost 2-1 to Astwood Colts. Charlie Linehan was man of the match.

The under-12s girls lost 1-0 to Kewford Girls West in the League Cup semi-final.

Despite a good performance, the girls couldn't convert chances.

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