PENSNETT Panthers U11s pushed Perton aside with a comfortable 5-2 win.

Goals were scored by Ben Shaw, Wyatt Dunn, Ethan Bell and Harry Allen (2), with James Farrell picking up the man-of-the-match award.

The U14s defeated Quinton Park 5-3.

On the scoresheet were Danny Round, Jason Doherty, Luke Flavell and man-of-the-match Lewis Phillips (2).

The U15s North were 6-3 winners over Trysull Tigers thanks to goals from Steven Jevons (2), Elliot Lawton, Tom Gadd, Shaun Haywood and Ryan Knight.

Cameron Collins picked up the man-of-the-match award.

The U15s West drew 3-3 with Withymoor Colts.

Goals were scored by Jason Martin, Jordan Langford-Hill and Lewis Hill with Adam Bloomer picking up the man-of-the-match award.

The U16s went down 4-2 to Hasbury.

Consolation goals were scored by Adam Dunn (2) with Rob Bridges picking up the man-of-the-match award.

The U16s girls lost 7-0 to Halas Hawks East.

Player of the match went to Rachel Preston.


Girls League In a thrilling U13s Girls Cup Final, Halas defeated Wordsley 2-0.

Goals were scored by Megan Ingram and Liz McAleenan with Rhianne Murray picking up the player-of-the-match award.

The U10s East wrapped up the league title with a commanding 3-1 win over Kewford Eagles.

Shannon Stamps and two goals by Bethan Bryan ensured their second piece of silverware this season.

The U11s ran-out 6-0 winners against Withymoor.

Goals came from Amy Blakemore (2), Jessica O'Sullivan (2), Georgia Hanson and Sophie Blount.

The U12s match against Withymoor was an outstanding encounter between two closely matched teams which resulted in a 2-2 draw. Two good passing moves resulted in goals from Hannah Sharkey and Jess Morton.

The U16s West defeated Kingswinford 3-0.

Goals were scored by Pascal Windross and two from Shanice Mayers.

The U16s East continued their pursuit of the league title with an emphatic 7-0 victory over a hard working Pensnett team.

Amongst the goals were Kirsty Houston, Olivia Emerson, Jenny Watkins, Rebekah Trevis-Smith plus a hat trick from Lydia Bradley.

Boys League

The U10s West were beaten 4-1 by Bearwood Sports.

The consolation goal was netted by Joe Price with the man-of-the-match award going to Nathan Postin.

The U10s Dynamos turned on the style with a 6-2 win over Lightwoods. The goals were scored by Jordan Boffey (2), Jake Saxton, Reece Colley, Lewis Sidebottom and man of the match Josh Wheeler.

The U15s had a comfortable 6-1 away win at Hasbury Rangers.

Goals came from Amin Ali (2), Edward Leeson, Mahrin Kafaz, Adam Reece and Josh Spencer.

Brierley and Hagley Celtic

The U11s played away in a midweek game against Gornal Colts and were 3-0 winners thanks to goals from Nathan Owen, Daniel Brindley and Dominic Friel with man of the match going to goalkeeper Tom Lubke.

They then hosted Withymoor Colts on Sunday and had a brillant 6-1 victory.

Goals were scored by Joe Shaw (4), Daniel Brindley and Richard Hanson.


Blackheath Town U15s continued their unbeaten run of league games this season to 20 with a hard fought 2-0 victory away at Phoenix.

Goalscorers were Alex Apati and Jack Jefferson.


The U9s remain top of the league with one game left in the season with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Vikings.

George Walker bagged a hat-trick to top off a superb individual performance.

The U16s went down 1-0 to Chelmsley twice in a double header.


The U9s West knocked out rivals Stourbridge Glassboys West to reach their first cup final.

They will play Legion Lions at the Dell Stadium on April 26.


The U16s drew 2-2 at home to Penn Colts while the U11s East lost 2-1 away at Penn Colts South.

The U11s West won 8-0 at home to Wulfruna Cougars.

Goals were scored by Miles Stamps (3), Connor Rich (3) and Liam Smart (2).

The man-of-the-match award went to Callam Rich.

The U10s East won 2-1 away at Stourbridge Glassboys.

The U10s West won 3-0 away at Dudley United.

The U9s East won 4-1 at home to Kingsley Olympic thanks to goals from Curtis Holmes (2) Joel Atkins and Alex Hall who also picked up man of match award.

The U9s West lost 3-1 away at Phoenix Youth West.