CAMERON Keenan grabbed a brace as Hasbury Rangers U10s were 2-1 winners over Withymoor.

The U11s produced a wonderful attacking display against Kewford as they ran out 5-0 winners.

Goals from Jake Humphries and a brace each for Adam Smith and Jimmy Williams sealed the win.

Halas Hawks A new chapter in the history of Halas Hawks was written when the club's first Ladies open age team took to the field in the Birmingham County Women's League.

Halas took an early lead, before Cottage Park equalised with a free kick.

Both teams continued to attack and the first half finished with Halas 5-4 up, with Hannah Bennett, Lydia Bradley, Catherine Barrett and Olivia Emerson (2) on the scoresheet.

Halas asserted themselves in the second half, Katie Monk leading the way with a hat trick before Jenny Watkins made it 9-4 to Halas.

Girls League Kewford North opened the scoring against the U12s with a second minute goal and never looked back in a 9-1 win.

Amy Blakemore scored Halas’ consolation goal in the second half and there was a spirited peformance by Sophie Blount in midfield.

A first half hat-trick from Elisha Rose gave the U13s the jump start in a 6-1 win against Gornal. Second half goals from Alison Dowan, Charis Maguire and Abby Willingale completed the win.

The U14s went down 6-3 to Kidderminster Lions despite goals from Megan Ingram, Olivia Woollams and a cracker from player of the match Rhianne Murray.

A seriously depleted squad proved the downfall of the U16s when they took on Gornal in their first match of the season. Rebekah Trevis-Smith and Shanice Mayers scored for Halas in a 5-2 defeat.

Boys League The U10s East lost a very close game against league leaders Warstones. Halas fell behind to a long range strike before a well taken goal by Joshua Sharp brought the sides level but Warstones scored two breakaway goals.

The U11s Dynamos ran out convincing 7-1 winners against Wordsley, with goals coming from man of the match Reece Colley (3), Jordan Boffey (2), Joe Sigley and Josh Wheeler.

A last minute wonder free-kick from Matt Jones helped the The U11s West came from 3-1 down to earn a point in a thrilling game with Dudley Juniors. Halas' goals were scored by Aaron Leddington and Cameron Milne.

Connor Leak and Jack Guest put the U12s 2-1 up against Hasbury, but despite showing great commitment they couldn’t hold on and went down 3-2.

Halesowen Town Colts The U9s were involved in a very competitve goalless draw with Netherton Colts, which featured an excellent performance from Halesowen’s goalkeeper.

The U14s got another superb three points after a 4-2 win away at Celtic Reds. Halesowen were 2-1 down at the break with Jack Ilic scoring a header from a Reece Hughes’ cross.

The second half saw Halesowen go on to win the game with fine strikes from Steve Mullaney and Dan Smith.

Joe Owen hit a hat-trick as the U16s dismantled Oldswinford Youth 6-1, Jack Cullen (2) and Ed Scott also finding the net.

Romsley Rangers ran out 8-1 winners over Black Country Rangers. Goals came from Evans, Smith (2), Baker, Gayle, Massey and Shilvock (2).

Dudley Sports U9s lost 2-1 against Wrens Nest, Marcus Jones with the goal from the penalty spot.

There was also defeat for the U10s who lost 3-2 against Tipton Utd despite goals from Taylor Pike and Peter Johnson, though the U11s Won 4-2 against Gornal Colts North thanks to strikes from Andrew Cartwright, Jordan Maddox and a brace Ben Clements.

The U14s won 4-1 against Gornal Colts with goals Oliver Burrows, Max Berrow and two from Alex Malcolm.

RICHARD Halford and Danny Round both grabbed hat-tricks as Pensnett Panthers under-15s beat Tipton Town 6-2.

The impressive Halford was also on the mark on Sunday in a 2-1 win over Brierley Hill Bullets, Jack Rock scoring the other goal.

Jordan Langford hit a treble and Tom Woodall a brace as the U16s edged a 5-4 thriller over MNG Milanco. The U17s lost 5-1 to Wombourne Olympic.

Forest Falcons Forest Falcons U12s West won 3-1 at home to Brierley Hill Bullets, Liam Smart, Cameron Lyness and man of the match Connor Rich the scorers.

The U9s West won 2-0 away at West Hagley East, while the U9s East drew 0-0 at home to Withymoor Colts North.

The U10s East lost 2-1 away at Kingsley Olympic, the U10s West won 8-1 at home to Hillcrest Boys, the U11s East were 6-0 winners at home to Kewford Eagles East and U12s East triumphed 3-0 away at Wednesfield FC.

There was also success for the U12s North, who lost 3-2 away at Kingswinford AFC West, though the U14s lost 4-2 at home to Penn Colts.

Tsepo Mokhua and Ben Raffan hit the target as the U16s won 2-0 at home to Corinthians, with Thomas Reynolds claiming man of the match. The U16s East lost 9-0 away at West Hagley.