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Superstars hit back to reach the last eight
6:00pm Wednesday 6th February 2013 in Local
JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Santiago Colts Superstars under-10s came from behind to beat Solihull 2-1 and book their place in the League Shield quarter-final.
Goals for Adam Curzey and Ryan Harper changed the game, while Harvey Thompson was man of the match.
Beth Breen grabbed a hat-trick as Santiago Girls Colts defeated Kewford Eagles 4-2. Louise O’Connell bagged the other, while Sarah Fox and Chelsea Stephens shared the player-of-the-match award.
In the under-11s, Colts’ Knights saw off Callowbrook Swifts 3-0 thanks to Tom Hobbis’ treble.
Santiago Colts under-13s beat Bromsgrove Blades 4-2, with Morgan Jerimie, Luke Field, Josh Lucas and Jeson Willets hitting the back of the net.
Connor Rushton (2) and Rebecca Chalinor scored as Santiago Colts under-11s got the better of Sheldn Royal Eagles 3-1. Keeper Jake Marsden also saved a penalty.
Joe Cope scored as Santiago Colts under-9s beat 1-0 Bromford Lions.
The Colts Lickey were edged out 1-0 by Highgate under-15s, despite the efforts of man of the match Danny Ross.
Santiago Colts Allstars under-10s went out of the League Cup, losing 5-1 to Studley after taking an early lead through Joe Wathen.
Santiago Colts under-12s suffered a 13-0 defeat at the hands of Football Futures.
Meanwhile, Meadow Park under-10s got the better of title rivals Worcester Colts 4-0.
They powered into a 2-0 lead thanks to first half goals for Alex Quaynor and Jamie Thomas.
After the break, Quaynor bagged his second and Curtis Turner scored Park’s fourth to seal a fine win and cut the gap below Worcester to just a point.
The two teams will meet again this Saturday in a cup semi-final.