Phoenix Youth U10s were crowned Division Two champions on Sunday following a brilliant performance against Rowley Rhinos.

The 2-1 win came courtesy of goals Matthew Ravenscroft and Daniel Homer, which seals theirpromotion to Division One.

Brierley Hill Bullets The U8s went down 4-1 to Halas Hawks East.

A consolation goal was scored by Ryan Perry with Warren Neville picking up the man of the match award.

The U9s East lost 3-1 to Forest Falcons East with James Swinburne scoring a consolation goal and Rhys James winning the man of the match award.

They were also beaten 2-0 by Warstones Wanderers East with Swinburne winning the man of the match award.

The U9s West lost 10-1 to Withymoor Tigers.

A consolation goal was scored by Shea Price-Smith with Owen Plant picking up the man of the match award.

They also went down 4-2 against Quintin Eagles.

On the scoresheet were Price-Smith and Chad Dingley with Scott Duncan winning the man of the match award.

The U10s East were 6-1 winners over Club Dudley Juniors.

Goals were scored by Callum Broome (3), Jack Parkes and Luke Beddall.

The U12s West were beaten 4-0 by Warley Vipers in the semi-final of the Merit Shield.

Aaron Cooper picked up the man of the match award.

The U13s East came out on top 5-2 against Castle Cobras.

Man of the match Phillip Hall scored four goals while Luke Jones added the fifth.

The U15s North went down 2-1 after extra-time in their Merit Shield semi-final to Kewford Eagles East.

On the scoresheet was Sam Tilley with Matthew Postin picking up the man of the match award.

They did bounce back to beat Brockmoor Badgers 3-2 in the league.

Goals were scored by Alex Healy, Mitchell Webb and Ben Middleton with Tyler Woods picking up the man of the match award.

The U16s were beaten 6-1 by Wombourne Olympic with Owen Powar notching a consolation goal and Matthew Wickett picking up the man of the match award.

Brierley and Hagley Celtic The U10s had a very busy week playing three matches in five days.

They started with a 4-1 midweek victory against Hasbury Rangers thanks to goals by man of the match Harrison O'Brien (2), Richard Hanson and Thomas Ferris.

Saturday's game against Penn Colts South finished in a 1 - 1 draw with Daniel Brindley getting his name on the scoresheet.

Meanwhile on Sunday's game saw the U10s run-out 7-1 winners against Netherton Colts East.

Goals were scored by Harrison O'Brien (3), Ryan Farnsworth, Mitchell Price, Thomas Ferris and Dominic Friel.

The team is going to 11-a-side next season and are looking for new players.

Anyone interested should ring Carl on 07989 701217.

The U13s had a tough draw in the semi-final of the Merit Sheild against Bartley Green Panthers.

A fantastic performance by saw them win 2 - 1 to secure them a place in the final.

Goals were scored by Jake Brown and Kieron Kendrick.

Gornal Colts The U12s made it through to the Merit Shield final courtesy of a 4-2 win against Dudley Sports.

The all-important goals were scored by Tyrone Halliday (2), Jack Scriven and Jordon Bernard.

Man of the match was awarded to defender Ryan Price.

Withymoor Tigers The U9s recorded a fantastic 10-1 victory over Brierley Hill Bullets last Thursday.

On target were Reece Colley (3), Rhys Webb (2), Ryan Thomas, Dylan Moorhouse, Jake Wilson, Liam Daunter and Matt Turner.

On Sunday they defeated Dudley Sports 7-2 with goals coming from Levi Spencer (3), Reece Colley (2), Dylan Moorhouse and Rhys Webb.

Withymoor Tigers FC are currently recruiting for new U 6s and U13s age groups. For more details please call Paul on 01384 353516.

Oldswinford The U11s progressed to the final of the Merit Shield courtesy of a 5-3 win over Trysull Tigers West.

On the scoresheet were Alex Round, Durrell Baggot (2), Daniel Cox and Louis Brookes.

The U12s East were 2-1 winners over West Hagley to make it through to the Merit Shield Cup Final.

On the scoresheet was man of the match Phil Knight and Tom Garratt.

Enville Athletic The U11s finished the season with a difficult trip to league leaders Droitwich Bullets.

Despite a battling performance, especially by man of the match Jonathan Bayliss they went down 1-0. Despite this, Enville finished the season in fourth spot.

They are currently looking to add quality players to their squad as they move to 11-a-side leagues next season. All interested players (current school year six) should contact Derek Curtis on 01299 861730.

Stourbridge Glassboys The U8s South clinched the Division One Championship with three games to spare after beating Withymoor Colts West 14-1.

Goals were scored by Mason Birch (6), Joe Scott (5), Josh Benson (2) and Levi Andoh. They followed this up with an incredible 28-0 victory over Kewford Eagles South, goalscorers were Birch (14), Scott (7), Benson (4), Reece Ledwidge (2) and Andoh.

The U8s West won 2-1 against the U8s East.

George Watkins and Richard Avery scored before Brooke Price netted a consolation goal.

The U8s West won for the second time in a week when they beat Withymoor Colts East 3-0 with goals from Joe Stevens, Jacob Davies and Dominic O'Reilly, Stevens was man of the match.

The U8s East drew 2-2 with Warstones Wanderers North, Joshua Worrall and Finley Cook were on target, Bartek Kaczmarek was man of the match.

The U10s drew 2-2 with Pensnett Panthers, Dan Moore and man of the match Jordan Turley scored the goals.

Netherton Colts The U8s West defeated Brierley Hill Bullets 2-0 thanks to goals from Joshua Ballard and Keanu Griffiths.

The man of the match award went to Aaron Sharp.

Black Country Rangers The U9s won 1-0 at home to Woodsetton Wolves thanks to a long-distance strike from man of the match Joe Steadman.

They followed this up with a 2-1 win away at Warstone Wanderers Another fine strike by Joe Steadman and a rare headed goal from Ashley Cole sealed victory, with Tom Cumberlidge winning the man of the match award.