Goalscoring hot-shot Jake Hill was the hero for Oldswinford U15's as he netted a magnificent seven times in their win over Pensnett Panthers.

Oldswinford ran out 10-0 winners with Joe Parkes scoring a hat-trick and Andrew Johnston walking away with man of the match award.

Brierley Hill Bullets The U9s went down 7-2 at home to Phoenix Youth with Sam Ball bagging a consolation brace.

The U10s East were 7-1 winners away at Dudley Diamonds.

On the scoresheet were Callum Broome (5), Jake Parkes and Alex Pinches.

The U12s East were beaten 3-2 by Penn Colts.

Goals were scored by Jack Parkes and James Clarke with the man of the match award going to Will Slater.

The U14s East lost 5-1 to Phoenix Youth West with James Hanson scoring a consolation goal.

The U15s East went down 8-1 to Brockmoor Badgers.

Scott Sidaway was on the scoresheet while Daniel Wood picked up the man of the match.

The U16s drew 1-1 with Kewford Eagles.

The only goal was scored by Edvis Pashaj with Stephen Devonport picking up the man of the match award.

Halas Hawks Girls League Halas Hawks U10s West got off to a slow start against Tipton who scored an early goal and were unable to get back into the encounter as they went down 1-0.

There were notable performances from Courtney Page and Ciara Robinson-Morris.

The U10s East ran-out 5-1 winners against Gornal Girls.

Goals were scored by Abigail Gennard, Louise Edgerton (2) and Louise Tromans (2).

The U13s had a comfortable 5-3 win against Dudley Sports, a game which saw Kirsty Dearn make an impressive debut. Maisie Allen and Charlotte Perks both bagged a brace with the other goal coming from Danielle Hughes.

Player of the match went to Ellie Murphy.

The U16s were looking to maintain their unbeaten league season against a strong Hillcrest team, currently lying in third place. There were several impressive performances from Halas players, including Catherine Barrett in midfield, Vicky Warren and Alex Stewart in defence and Kym Bennett in goal. These, along with an outstanding performance from the Hillcrest goalkeeper, meant that this end to end game ended in a stalemate 0-0 draw. The Halas Girls are now looking forward to the League Cup Final next weekend.

Forest Falcons The U14s East clinched the Division Two title of the Stourport League with a resounding 10-0 win at Perrywoods.

Nathan Willetts top scored with a hat-trick, while Tom Hoult and Alex Williams bagged a brace and Ryan Howard, Kyeran Cox and Liam Bradley all getting one. Manager Chris Nokes was so pleased with the result that he awarded man of the match to the whole team and stated that promotion to the First Division would bring new challenges for next season and that they are looking to strengthen the current squad during the closed season. Any players interested should call Chris on 07748875350.

The club are also looking for players at all age groups from U7s to U16s to strengthen current squads in preparation next season.

Any interested players should contact the club secretary Bridgett Smith on 07964201826 or email bridgesmith@aol.com The U9s East drew 3-3 at home to Penn Colts South.

Goals were scored by Sam Powell, Callum Hughes and Dylan Keeling with Chris Flavell picking up the man of the match award.

The U12s won 2-1 at home to Kewford Eagles East.

Enville Athletic The U9s built on last weeks of win at a 5-a-side tournament at Birmingham City Academy by winning 3-2 away at Mostyn Rangers.

Goals were scored by Dominic Constable (2) and Aaron Aseltine, with Ben Lloyd-Williams winning the man of the match award.

The U11s returned from a free week to win 3-1 against Bewdley Town in their last home game of the season.

Goals came from Tom Heath, Jonathan Bayliss and Richard Ashley-Smith.

Jamie Wilson scooped the man of the match award.

Halesowen Town Colts The U12s lost out on penalties to Cadburys in the semi-final of the Open Cup.

The Yeltz took the game by the scruff of the neck in the opening stages and got themselves a 2-0 lead through goals from Dan Smith and Connor Stephenson.

However Cadburys fought back well and took the game into extra-time where they went into a 3-2 lead.

Halesowen though had other idea's and in the final minute Joe Burroughs smashed the ball home to send the game into a penalty shoot-out, which they agonisingly lost out on.