RYAN Howard hit two as Halas Hawks under-16s beat Hasbury Rangers 5-2.

Mark Perry, Tom Evans and Callum Ashton grabbed the other goals in a convincing win.

A late goal saw the U10s go down 1-0 to an undefeated Wall Heath side, despite creating a number of chances.

The U11s West progressed to the next round of the South Staffs Cup with a fine 2-1 win over Ashmore Park.

Halas stormed into an early two goal lead, with a wonderful free kick from Matt Jones and one from top scorer Cameron Milne, who notched his 19th of the season.

Ashmore pulled one back from a rebounded penalty, goalie Jack Evans making a fine save from the original kick.

The U11s Dynamos advanced into the last 16 of the South Staffs cup as their unbeaten run stretched to nine games.

Dalmar Morrison and man of the match Jake Saxton notched two excellent goals each in a 4-0 win over Colron Boys.

Girls League

The U11s controlled their league match against Kewford from the start, with Lucy Heaselgrave (2), Sophie Heaselgrave, Francesca Hancox and Chloe Gregg scoring.

The U14s went two up at Worcester City courtesy of Megan Ingram, the first being a great volley off a cross from Liz McAleenan.

But a very heavy pitch did the Halas passing game no favours at all and Worcester adapted better to the conditions and ran out 5-2 winners.

First half goals from Laura Tomlinson (2) and Tash Berry gave the U16s a 3-0 win over Pensnett.

Dudley United girls showed they can do what what the senior ladies do, with a tremendous 14-0 win against Santiago Colts.

Jessica Thompson scored five goals in the drubbing.

Dudley Sports U11s drew 3-3 with Gornal Colts North, Andrew Cartwright, Harry Clements and Cameron Simcox on his debut were the scorers.

There were four different scorers as the U14s hammered Perrywoods United 4-2, Alex Malcolm, Damien Burton, Max Berrow and Oliver Burrows all finding the net.

Hasbury Rangers U11s hit the goal trail with a 7-0 demolition of Stourbridge Athletic.

Jake Humphreys hit a second half hat-trick, while Jordan Harris, Matty NIcholls, Benjamin Ron Gainham and debutant Zac Smith were also on target.

Halas Hawks Ladies 12 University of Warwick 0

Halas Ladies took advantage of an under strength Warwick University team to earn a much needed victory, in difficult conditions.

Warwick held firm for the opening 20 minutes, before Halas made their possession count, going into the break 3-0 up.

Halas continued to apply pressure in the second half, scoring a further nine goals without reply.

Kirsty Houston and Olivia Emerson grabbed a hat trick each, with Hannah Bennett, Katie Monk and Lydia Bradley each securing a brace.

Louise Franklin, Vicky Warren and Gaby Walley held firm at the back, putting in sound defensive performances.