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Troth at the double to secure draw
5:00pm Thursday 31st October 2013 in Local
CATSHILL under-11s scored three goals in seven minutes to salvage a 3-3 draw against Wychall Warriors.
After falling 3-0 behind, Jonathan Troth started the fight back with a goal.
The same player made it 3-2 a few minutes later after good work by Jamie Cox.
Troth and Cox combined to set-up Jack Sutcliffe for a dramatic leveller.
The team are looking to recruit several players to increase the size of their squad which has been depleted as a result of players moving out of the area.
Anyone interested can contact team manager Paul Gwynn on 07887 515464 or via email PaulGwynn@Talktalk.net Santiago Colts under-12s continued their great start to the season with a 12-0 win against Kewford Eagles North.
Keren Mambonzo netted five, while Rebecca Challinor (3), Poppy Ellis (2) and Sophie Hatton (2) were also on target.
Santiago under-16s Rednal beat Ulverley Hawks 8-2, as man-of-the-match Ryan Evans scored five. Tom Finn, Joe Rushton and Jack Jenks added the others.
A Regan Jennings hat-trick earned him the player-of-the-match award in Santiago under-10s Crusaders’s 5-0 victory over Yardley Kings.
Jake Stewart and Ryan McCarthy completed the scoring.
Another great display from Santiago under-12s Knights saw them beat Studley Junior Bees 6-1, with goals from Lucas Percy (3), Charlie Day (2) and George Rogers.
Santiago under-11s Allstars bagged a 5-1 victory at Kingshurst Sporting. Thomas Revill (2), Josh Donaghy (2) and Jordan O’Donnell scored.
Santiago under-10s Greens defeated Pheonix Rangers 3-0, with Dillon Reilly, Lewis Fullilove and player-of-the-match Joe Cope on target.
Santiago under-12s Shamrocks saw off Coleshill Town 3-1, thanks to strikes by Niall Doherty, Rebecca Chalinor and Matty McFall.
Santiago under-11s Superstars lost 3-2 away at Marston Green. At times they were missing three and four players, while Harvey Thompson was player-of-the-match.
Santiago under-16s Lickey lost 2-0 to Amanaha despite a man-of-the-match performance from Daniel Kimber.
Santiago under-15s Girls found Sedgley White Lions too hot to handle going down 5-1.
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