Forest Falcons U9s recorded a brilliant 8-0 away day win at Duncan Edwards Juniors.

Goals were scored by Ben Brindley (3), William Humphries (2) ,Curtis Holmes, Joel Atkins and a own goal.

The U16s girls lost 4-1 to Halas Hawks with Sara Preston netting a consolation goal the player of the match going to Zoe Rowley.

Other results: U9s East won 10-0 away at Duncan Edwards Juniors; U10s East lost 10-3 at home to Netherton Colts; U10s West won 8-1 at home to Bearmore Knights; U11s East drew 1-1 away at Withymoor Colts South; U11s West won 8-2 away at Kewford Eagles West Goalscorers were Connor Rich 3, Liam Smart 2, Camron Lyness, Connor Mills and Miles Stamps.

The U11s North lost 4-2 at home to Legion Lions.

The U13s drew 2-2 at home to Penn Colts.

The U15s NSC lost 4-1 away at Phoenix Youth West - Goalscorer was Callum Scott and man of the match was Joel Murphy.

The U16s won 1-0 at home to Hasbury Rangers BRIERLEY HILL BULLETS.

Bullets U10 South won 5-3 against Wulfruna Tigers.

Goals were scored by Jack Cutler 2, Kyle Burston 2, Matthew Tarr 1.

Kyle Burston was named man of the match.

Bullets U10 North won 13-2 against Dudley United. Goals from Sam taylor 1, Ryan Holden 1, Ben Russon 3, Creegan Whitehouse 4 and man of the matchAlex Darlaston 4.

U10s West won 2-0 against West Hagley North.

Both goals were scored by man of the match Shea Price-Smith.

U12s West lost 2-1 to Tyrsull East. Goal fromColm Carney and man of the match was Ellis Bastable.

U13s West lost 3-1Himley Colts. Alex Sharp with the goal. U13s East won 4-0 against Oldswinford East. Joe Colley 2, Will Slater 1, Connor Tromans 1 and Jack Passey MOM.

U16s East won 10-0 against Emerald Athletic. Aarron Wall 3, Brad Sharp 2, Scott Sidaway 2, Dan Wood 2 and Leon Ewan.


U11s 0 Kewford Eagles South 1- man of the match James Farrell U14s 5 Withymoor Colts East 1 -Goalscorers Chris Wooley, Jack Rock, Lewis Phillips, Luke Flavell, Jordan Scriven U15s North 0 Kewford Eagles 5- man of the match Mitchell Priest.


The U10s won again this week. 3-2 away at Gornal Colts North The goals came courtesy of two penalties converted by Dylan Pratt and Joe Steadman and a long range strike from Joe Steadman, Man of the Match was Adam Hadley The Under 11s got back on track with a 3-1 win at home against Thimblemill Vipers Goals came from Parez Bromfield, Daniel Hickman and Ruben Dell with Bromfield also man of the match.


Newly promoted Halesowen Town Colts U16s took on top of the premiership Coleshill Town and drew 3-3.

It was a close start, but Coleshill took the lead despite Alex Davis in goal for the Colts was making some first class saves.

Just before half time Halesowen were awarded a free-kick outside the box.

Mikey Andrews rolled the ball across to Stefan Ashman who struck a great shot into the top left of the Coleshill net to bring the scores level.

In the second half the Colts started to dominate and Conor Paterson scored to put the Colts ahead.

It looked as though ther points would be obtained but a defensive error gave Coleshill the chance to level.

Then with only a few minutes left Conor Paterson broke down the left and finished off an excellent solo effort and with two minutes left Coleshill got a corner and scored with a good header.

A draw was probably fair, but Halesowen are starting to make an impression in the Premiership.The U12s won 3-1 at Pensnett Harriers with man-of the-match Mitchell James scoring two and Connor Turbill one.


Halas Hawks Girls had plenty to celebrate this week after being declared as the winner of the Birmingham County FA Fair Play award for 2008.

The girls were put forward as representatives of the Stourbridge Youth League and went on to be named as the overall county winners, beating teams from throughout the Birmingham area.

Since the girls section started four years ago with two teams at U12 and U13, the section now boasts seven teams and have never received a yellow or red card.

Halas Hawks East 4 Gornal North 3 Despite having to play on a quagmire of a pitch, the U10s East took control in their match against Gornal North through some excellent passing, and scored three unanswered goals in the first half through Amy Plimmer, Shannon Stamps and Francesca Hancox.

The second half started in the same fashion but two breakaway goals by Gornal caused some consternation before another flowing move resulted in Plimmer grabbing her second.

Gornal managed to grab a third before the end but Halas ran out worthy winners.

Dudley United 4 Halas Hawks West 1 Dudley could only field six players against the U10s West but despite this, both teams started well.

Dudley took the lead with an unfortunate own goal and Halas then struggled to get into the game with Elinor Atkinson scoring their only goal.

Kewford Eagles South 3 Halas Hawks 1 The U11s had a hard fought battle on a bitterly cold and muddy pitch against Kewford, who opened the scoring in the second half. Amy Blakemore equalised for Halas minutes later. But Kewford came back strongly, making the final score 3-1.

Pensnett 1 Halas Hawks 4 The U16s West never looked back after Sophie Leak score in the first minute of their match against Pensnett Panthers.

Pascal Windross, Shanice Mayers and Tash Berry were the other scorers in a 4-1 win.

There was a creditable performance from Laura Tomlinson in defence.

In the boys league, the U10s Dynamos took on Rowley Rhinos and in a very close game won 2-1 with goals from Thomas Widnall and Lewis Sidebottom.

The U10s West were away to Perton and after a very entertaining and close game in which both teams gave their all, Halas came away with a narrow 2-1 victory.

Both goals were scored by man of the match, Cameron Milne, with the winner coming off the last kick of the game.

The U11s started slowly against Longbridge but gradually took over to win comfortable 5-0 with goals from man of the match, Alex Baker, (2), Kane York (2) and Connor Leak.

An exciting game saw the U13s come from 3-1 down at half time to win 4-3. Goals came from Danny Hodges (2), Rhys Edwards and man of the match, Luke Beautrup.

An excellent team performance saw the U14s beat Burlish 5-0, with goals from Sam Dickens (2), Adam Hodges (2) and Ben Hughes.

Another fantastic team performance from the U15s against Pensnett West saw four goals from Jamie Hewitt and one each from Adam Reece, Edward Leeson and a long range strike from Amin Ali making the final score 7-0. Man of the match for the second week was awarded to Luke Sadler for keeping a clean sheet.


Celtic played at home against Gornal and had a tight game, although they won 5-2 in the end Gornal came back fighting from a two goal deficit to pull back two goals but Celtic stepped up there game to find the net another three times. The goals came from Harrison O'Brien (2) Joe Shaw, Ryan Farnsworth and newcomer Joe Dudley with man of the match going to Bryn Tye.