Junior football round-up

First published in Sport

CATSHILL under-10s held a minute’s silence for Thomas Hall, a year five pupil at St John’s Middle School and classmate of three of the team who sadly passed away this week after a long battle with illness, before their 2-0 win over Nunnery Eagles. Goals for Joe Green and Teddy Cowland ensured victory.

On Sunday, Catshill ended their season with a 1-1 home draw with PS Boys, with Liam Jones scoring.

Bromsgrove Blades under-11s were edged out 4-5 by Crusaders. Curtis Smith, Tom Bailey and Cameron Watts (two) scored for Blades.

Santiago Colts under-13s Girls secured their place in the League Cup semi-final with a 2-1 win over Kewford Eagles, Louise O'Connell scored both goals, while Georgia Higgins and Amy Turbill were joint men of the match.

The under-9s Allstars team remain top of the league after beating Lyndon Colts 3-2, with Joe Wathen, Josh Donaghey and Sam Howard scoring, while the Superstars side saw off Alvechurch 4-0 thanks to goals for man of the match Ethan Smith, Tom Fellows, Harvey Thompson and Luis Wetherell.

Santiago Colts under-10s Emeralds lost their Open Cup semi-final 2-1 to Ulverley Hawks, while Shamrocks drew 0-0 with West Hagley South. Santiago Colts under-10s Knights beat Castle Bromwich 1-0 and the under-11s Hot shots lost 1-0 to CCC.

Colts’s under-12s side went down 12-1 to Callowbrook Swifts, with Morgan Jeremie bagging the consolation goal.

Santiago Colts under-13s shared the spoils with Rubery as they drew 2-2. Brandon Baugh and Morgan Trevis scored, while Ryan Donahgey was man of the match.

Santiago Colts under-14s Northfield defeated Castle Bromwich 5-0 with Liam Baxter and Freddie Hicks scoring two apiece and Usamah Abdu getting the other. Josh Dennis and Charlie Linehan were joint men of the match.

Santiago Colts under-14s Rednal beat Crusaders Minor 4-2 to secure the Division Four title. Joe Rushton (2), scored and Connor Micklewright was man of the match.

Santiago Colts under-15s are in second after beating Bartley Reds 8-1. Jake Jackson grabbed four goals, while Jason Timmington (2), Ashley Rana and Luke Brooks were also on target. Aaron McDaid was man of the match.

Santiago under-10s Sting won the BCFA Futsal league with a 100 per cent record, beating Waxool 25-0 in their final match and will now represent Birmingham in the regional finals.

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