Under 10s Two impressive victories for Tipton Youth see them consolidate their position at the top of the U10s Autumn League table. In their game versus Ashmore Park Rangers a brace from new signing Luis Chrimes, complemented by goals from Sam Badhan and Jay Norgrove secured them a 4-1 victory, with Kai Webb replying for Ashmore. While in their second fixture against Wednesfield FC, the same three players found the net in a 5-0 victory, this time Jay Norgrove notched a hat trick, with single strikes from Sam Badhan and Luis Chrimes. Those victories give them a four point cushion over both AFC Willenhall and Sedgley White Lions. AFC Willenhall picked up three points in their game against Punjab United, recording an impressive 8-1 victory, courtesy of goals from Mason Bird, Ryan Wright, and two each for James Blower, Rhys Danks and Riece Smith
In the West Division New Park Village keep up their 100% start with a 6-1 victory over Springvale Cougars. A Kyle Balmer hat trick, plus two from Kieron Pitchart and one from Amari Williams secured the Villagers the points, with Harvey Singh replying for Springvale. Tipton Youth, having played a game fewer also remain unbeaten, though Coven United tested them on Sunday, Tipton edging a five goal thriller 3-2, with goals from Sam Grainger, Charlie Foster and Cameron Whitehouse. On target in reply for Coven were Caden Round and Liam Davies. FC Perton secured their first victory of the season in a 3-1 victory over St Joseph
Under 13s .Goals were the order of the day in the U13s divisions, with Old Wulfrunians South moving into top spot with a 4-2 away victory at Wednesfield Wolves, with the goals coming from Alex Bowerman, Carrick Chaney, Kieron Cheema and Heon Jin with Bradley Shinton and Neo Graham replying for the Wolves. New Park Village were home to near neighbours Ashmore Park Rangers, and despite a hat trick from Rangers
In the U13s First Division, we saw three home victories, with all three sides scoring six. Parkfield Panthers and Springvale Steelers share top spot, with Parkfields recording a 6-2 home win over Sedgley White Lions. Liam Riley-Stewart scored four, with Shiloh Coleman and Jack Riley adding the others, while Jack Glasby got both Sedgley goals. Springvale enjoyed a 6-1 home win over Liddar Sports, with a hat trick for Louie Chatwin, two from Ethan Dickins and one for Jake Taylor. Tyrese McPherson-McKenzie got the consolation for Liddar. Woden Warriors were the other six goal winners, beating Coven United 6-0, with Jordan Wilding netting a hat trick, plus single strikes from Jack Western, Robyn Hall and Jamie Dickinson.
Under 14s Warstones Wanderers lead the Autumn League Premier Division, maintaining their perfect start in style, notching up a 9-1 away win at Tipton Youth, Oshane Bartley led the scoring with a hat trick, and there were two apiece for Brandon Malpass and G Johnson, with Kasim Spence and Jabari Spence completing the scoring for Warstones. Bailey Lowth got the Tipton consolation. New Park Village and FC Perton keep up the pressure on the leaders, both three points adrift, with New Park Village notching up an 8-1 victory at Sedgley White Lions. Dwayne Ledgister scored for Sedgley, but they had no answer to the fire power of NPV, with Alex Footman bagging a hat trick, Levi Matthews adding two more, plus singles from Tireq Grey McIntosh, Reon Abrams and James Gayden. FC Perton keep up their own perfect start, recording a 6-1 victory at Wednesbury Sports Union, courtesy of hat tricks from Leightye Wilson and Alex Harvey. Ryan Hughes replied for Wednesbury.
In the First Division Punjab United maintain their lead at the top, with goals from Harjan Pattar and Cairan Morris ensuring them a hard fought 2-1 victory over Wednesbury Sports Union Rangers, who
In Division One Wednesbury Rhino
In Division Two, three teams still boast maximum points, with PRD United, Prestwood Rangers and Perton & Codsall West still to taste defeat. PRD entertained Bloxwich Rangers, taking the points with a 4-0 victory, the goals coming from Richie McNally, Jack Bradley and a pair from Nyah McInnis. Prestwood Rangers kept up their good start with a 4-2 away victory at Springvale. Zac Davies got both Springvale goals, but Prestwood reacted with two goals from Connor Lannon, and singles from Joshua Beck and Alexandra Enache. Perton & Codsall were the big winners in the division, recording a 10-0 win away at Pelsall Villa Colts, while the final U15s game saw Parkfield Panthers travel to St Joseph
Under 16s Rosehill Raiders maintained their 100% start to the season and opened up a two point lead on the chasing pack at the top of the premier division, despite having played a game fewer, after they again secured maximum points with a 5-1 win over visitors Cresswell Wanderers. New Park Village still head the chasing pack but lost ground on the Raiders when they had to settle for a share of the spoils at Perton and Codsall United Wolves. With the Village sporting a strong side this fixture looked to be the toughest test yet for the Perton and Codsall Wolves squad. NPVst half Nathan Reeves couldnnd period on the clock. The ever busy Sadiq Sher created an opening for Tyrone David who made no mistake with a well struck shot into the roof of the net. Despite some pressure to get back on terms Perton were holding NPV at bay and almost made it 2-0. Sadiq Sher robbed the full back and drove into the penalty area; Kyle Beaman saved but couldn
In Division One, Greets Green Albion maintained their unbeaten start with a 7-1 romp away at Punjab United, thanks to goals from J. Richards, Dixon, Richards, and four from Davies. Short Heath Rangers and Coven United remain three points adrift of the leaders, with both teams enjoying convincing wins. Coven made the short trip to Black Country Ravens, returning home with the points, courtesy of a 7-2 victory. Farrington, Nelson and Gibson, plus two each for Hussain and Hague-Jones put the result beyond doubt, with Griffiths and Cartwright responding for the Ravens. Short Heath entertained Sandwell United, where goals from Massey, Lewis, and two from Walker ensured they took the points via a 4-0 victory. The final U16s game saw Penn Rovers play host to Danesmore Casuals and a great game saw the visitors just edge it, taking home the points with a 3-2 victory. Evans, Brookes and Morey on target for the Casuals, Felton and Jones replying for Penn.
Under 17s Silverdale Tigers maintain their position at the head of the table
Under 18s With early table toppers PRD United inactive this week, Shire Oak Saints took advantage to move to the top of the table, goals from Arian Forohandeh, Kristian Parker and Liam Glover giving them a 3-1 win at Danesmore Diamonds.
Report for week ended 29 September 2013