Under 10s The Kath Evans League Cup dominated proceedings at the U10s, with Round Two ties being contested by many of the teams, and gaining safe passage into Round Three were Punjab United, 7-0 victors over Wednesfield FC, courtesy of goals from Krishan Chada a brace from Jai Aaron Banga and four from Jordan Kaye. Tipton Youth almost matched Punjab, beating FC Perton 6-0, through goals from Alex Morgan, a pair from Jimmy Dutton, and a Jay Norgrove hat trick. Sedgley White Lions join them in Round Three after a 2-0 win over AFC Willenhall, with Kane Coulter netting both. The final team to progress was Wednesbury Sports Union, a Jay Chambers goal enough to see them past the challenge of Ashmore Park Rangers.
In the League, Tipton Youth occupy top spot, following a well contested 1-0 victory over Wednesbury Sports Union, Charlie Banner getting the all important goal. AFC Willenhall climb to second, one point behind the leaders, after a convincing 4-1 victory at Springvale Wolves, Ryan Wright, Jamie Cresswell and two from Riece Smith securing the win, with Kien Lampell replying for the Wolves. In their second game Springvale netted three times, through Saif Mohammed, Luis Chrimes and Tyrone Bull, but were still on the wrong end of a 5-3 scoreline against Wednesfield, where four goals from Callum Wellsbury and a single from James Lucas wrapped up the Wednesfield win. The final game saw Sedgley White Lions and Ashmore Park Rangers share the points, following a well contested 1-1 draw. Ben Field netted for Sedgley, with Ciaran Joyce replying for Rangers.
Under 11s Goals were the order of the day in the U11s fixtures, where Willenhall see their lead at the top of the East Division cut to one point, following a six goal thriller against Wolverhampton United, with honours ending even. An Alex Grocutt hat trick for Willenhall was cancelled out by two goals forTom Bradley, and a single strike from Nick Manton, the game ending 3-3. Emerald FC and Sedgley White Lions move up to joint second, both a point behind the leaders, with a game in hand. Emerald hit Ashmore Park Rangers for six, with Luca Williams and Hassiem Afzal both scoring twice, aided by goals from Matthew Millward and Donell Morris, while Jack Tedsill got the Rangers consolation. Sedgley White Lions went one better, netting seven without reply in their game against Springvale Pumas. On target for the Lions was Harry Smith, Kyle Hodgkinson, Kieran Gelder, Harvey Copper, Jack Mills, and a brace from Daniel Hickman. The other East Division fixture produced an amazing seventeen goals, with ten of those going to Springvale Steelers Wolves, the other seven to Tipton Town! On target for Springvale was four goal striker Jordan Fawcett, a hat trick for Jordan Aldridge, two for Brad Nabbs, and one from Fin Perry. For Tipton, Louis Cushley scored four, Luke Burke hit two, with Zake Edwards completing the scoring.
In the West Division, wins for both New Park Village and Springvale Steelers Cougars see them maintain their joint lead at the top of the table. New Park Village enjoyed a 7-1 victory over Forest Star, with two goals each for Luke McCormack, Lumumba Assumani and Kyle Balmer, plus a single from Kieran Pichart. Springvale maintain the pressure on the Villagers, courtesy of a 2-0 victory over FC Perton, with Callum O
Under 13s In the one outstanding Premier Division Cup tie, a thrilling game was played out between New Park Village and Old Wulfrunians South, with the Old Wulf
In the League, both Wednesfield Wolves and Ashmore Park Rangers enjoyed six goal premier division victories, Wednesfield recorded a 6-1 home win over Warstones Wanderers, with Gagandeep Padda scoring twice, abetted by single strikes from Craig Pain, Jacob McCalla, Oisin McGee and Joshua Fergusson. Zenay Phillips scored the consolation for Warstones. Ashmore Park Rangers were at home to Bentley Youth, four goals from Sam Booth, and singles from Ashley Worley and Tyler Mills helped Rangers to a 6-2 win, with Bradley James and Zac Whitehouse replying for Bentley.
In Division One, Greets Green Albion enjoyed a seven goal thriller at Sedgley White Lions, returning home with the points after a brace apiece from Shaun Harvey and Nathan Cooke secured a 4-3 victory. Jack Day, William Morrall and Jack Glasby replied for Sedgley. Greets Green raced into a 4-0 lead, but Sedgley rallied and scored three goals in a ten minute period to bring the result into question, but Greets Green held on, Rikki Sadler in the Albion defence keeping the comeback at bay. Parkfield Panthers also scored four and enjoyed an away day win, recording a 4-2 victory at Woden Warriors, Lewis Riley-Stewart, Liam Riley-Stewart, Reeve Evans and Jaidev Dhaliwal all found the net for Parkfields, while Joseph Merridith and Jack Western replied for Woden. The final U13s game saw Springvale Steelers entertain Coven United, with Springvale running out comfortable winners, 8-1. Liam Baker netted four, Ethan Dickens got two, and there was one each for Louis Chatwin and Ryan Bailey. New signing Louis Wallet netted Coven
Under 14s Warstones Wanderers maintain both their perfect start, and their position at the top of the Autumn League Premier Division, with a closely contested 2-1 home victory over Wednesbury Sports Union. Lewis Handley netted for Wednesbury, but Warstones secured the points with goals from Brandon Malpass and Oliver Friedl. FC Perton move into joint second place, and also inflict a first defeat on New Park Village, with a convincing 5-0 away win over the Villagers, Leightye Wilson scoring all five. Forest Star were at home to Sedgley White Lions, and despite conceding four, still claimed the points with a 7-4 victory Regan Williams and Henry Bartleton both scored twice, with goals from Mason Hodgson, Josh Walters and Sukraj Malhi
In Division One, three teams share the top spot in the table, all locked on six points. AFC Woodcross maintain their good start with a home victory over Wednesbury Sports Union Rangers, 4-2, with goals from Connor Taylor, Caine Keats, Ben Kavanagh and Chad Evans. A brace from Alexander Coley was the visitors response. Coven United won a thrilling game against Salisbury Rangers, edging it by the odd goal in seven to maintain their 100% record. A George Davis hat trick and a single goal from Jack Marsh secured the victory, with Jack Plant, Jayden Willis and Lewis Collins replying for Salisbury. Punjab United suffered their first reverse of the season but still share top spot, losing 0-3 to visitors Charles United thanks to two goals from Ravel Wallace and a single from Jordan Hall.
Division One sees Wednesbury Rhino
In Division Two we see three teams sharing top spot, Perton & Codsall West being the big winners on the day, hitting a dozen without reply at Bustleholme Galaxy, while PRD also hit double figures on their travels, beating St Joseph
Under 16s Three teams share top spot in the Premier Division.
In Division One, Greets Green Albion hold a one point lead at the top of the table, their 7-2 home win over Penn Rovers just keeping them out of reach of Sandwell United, who edged a thrilling goal against Punjab United
Under 17s Willenhall United top the U17s table, their perfect start being maintained with a 2-0 victory at Warstones Wanderers, goals from Wooldridge and Hall securing the points. Beacon Rangers also remain unbeaten, their 9-1 home win over Sporting Harriers keeping them on the heels of the leaders. Four goals from Thomas Battison, three from Lewis Lowe and two from Nick Ashton secured the points. PRD Colts entertained Old Wulfrunians, and goals from Alex Baker, Jamie Silvester, Tommy Black and Joe Clew secured the points with a 4-2 victory, a Joe Reynolds brace was Wulfrunians reply. Hot shots of the day though were Springvale Steelers, who travelled to Wednesbury Raiders and returned home with the points, after a 25-1 victory! The Springvale goals came from Jayden McCalla (4), Tom Beddows (4), Luke Grtiffiths (4), Jordan Bradley (4), Dan Harris (2), Josh Ashman (2), Adam Nightingale, Aaron Patel, Jack Highfield, Stephen Whetton, and goalkeeper George Daley.
Under 18s In the one outstanding League Cup tie, Featherstone RWB secured their passage into Round Two with a convincing 4-0 victory at Wednesfield Community. Two goals for Samuel Davies and one each for Chris Dean and Brynn Taylor securing that win.
In the League, PRD United maintain their perfect start, hat tricks for Chayton Dhillon and Christian Brisband, along with a goal from Joey Jones securing a 7-0 home win over Danesmore Diamonds. Shire Oak Saints and Bustleholme Rangers combined to put on a great advert for junior football, a seven goal thriller that Shire Oak edged, 4-3, with goals from Rueba Uppal, Callum Wheelan, Joel Wright and Arian Forouhandeh. Billy Lacey, Ebenezer Samuel and Daniel Hickman replied for Bustleholme.
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Report for week ended 22 September 2013