Courtesy of Bill Edge
Worcestershire County Cup Quarter Finals
Mixed fortunes for Colts teams in the Cup.
- Evesham Utd 4 – 0 Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U15 Reds: United’s clinical fishing was the main difference in this tie. POM was Joe Wykes. Unfortunately, Colts have lost their keeper for the foreseeable future having suffered a broken arm; they are now looking for a replacement before next weeks League Cup match.
- Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U16 Reds 8 – 0 Bretforton Juniors: Goals Alex Quaynor (x4), Zac Phelan, Lewis Espley, Regan Edwards & Finlay O’Neil. POM Alex Quaynor.
Central Warwickshire Girls Football League
- Leafield Athletic 3 – 0 Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U16 Sirens: Despite the loss it was a much improved performance, POM Courtney Barrett
- Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U17 Girls 2 – 2 Alvis Juniors: Big game against Alvis. It was a thrilling match to watch, with both teams having periods of dominance. The effort and spirit showed by all the girls was outstanding. Everybody put in a great performance, but special call outs to Abi – who calmly slotted home the penalty to bring it back to 2 – 2, and Keren, the stand in keeper. She pulled off a couple of superb saves.
Central Warwickshire Youth Football League
- There were seven development games, resulting in three wins, two draws & two losses.
- Norton Lindsey 2 – 0 Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U13 Gators: Gators went out of the cup to Division One Lindsey – despite the loss, Gators more than held their own against quality opposition.
- Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U14 0 – 4 Shirley Town: POM shared by Harry White & Dan Toogood.
- Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U15 Whites 0 – 7 Yardley Kings: POM Harry Stanley.
- Kingshurst Sorting 2 – 2 Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U16 Superstars
- Bromsgrove Sporting Colts U18 Shamrocks 3 – 0 C C C Boys: A frustrating game in which Shamrocks created so many chances in the first half without scoring. Slight improvement in the second half, in which they finally took a chance. C C C pushed forward looking to equalise, allowing Shamrocks to exploit openings and score two more. Goals from Patrick Doherty, Jake Fowke & Connor Dixon.