A round-up of the Bromsgrove Sporting Colts’ action over the weekend just passed; here’s how they got on…
Weekend Results Round up (courtesy of Bill Edge)
(L) = League (C) = Cup
– Seven development games finished with four wins and three losses
– (C) U11s 4 Perdiswell Colts Leopards 1
Goals from Charlie, Jack, Alfie Onions & George – brilliant results for the players and all concerned.
– (L) Walsall Wood Saints 5 U16 Reds 2
The score line flattered Walsall; Colts had several opportunities to score but failed to take them all. A great game though, MOM Nashon
– (L) Newcastle Town 3 U17 Reds 1
– (C) U9 Reds 2 Bromford Lions 0
Scorers James Livesey & Louis Ellson, MOM Ryan Fox.
– (C) Leafield Ath Albion 1 U9 Whites 4
A solid performance against a tricky Leafield side. MOM Lewis Fisher.
– (C) U11 Reds 5 Hillfields AFC Black 1
Good result in their first home game; Ethan Evans got two, with Josh Mullins, Samsu Ndong & Leo Cerone getting the others. Ollie Binner was MOM
– (C) Glades 2 U11 Whites 1
Unlucky Colts lost to a last minute goal; goalscorer Jack Bate, MOM Charlie Ellson.
– (L) U12s 6 Harbourne Youth 2
The game changed in a five minute spell after half time, in which Colts scored four times. Goals from Kieran Bowen, Kaekan Cole, Mikey O’Reily, Ollie Collins & two for Zak Parr. Ollie Collins was MOM
– (L) Barnt Green Colts 2 U13 Athletic 5
Great win away; goals Matt (x2), Luke (x2), & Liam. MOM Sam, as Colts raced to a 4-1 lead at half time and saw the game out well.
– (C) U14 Gators 2 Meadow Park 8
Beaten by Premier League Park in the Open Cup. Gators were in the game until the second half, when Colts lost their shape. Blake Kindred scored both goals.
– (L) U15 Whites 4 Studley Juniors 3
Goals from Elliot Proctor (x2), David McQuaide & Samuel Akingbola. MOM Luke Resuggan.
– (L) Mahal Minor 8 U16 White 1
Goal from Charlie Williams. MOM Keane Charles.
– (L) U18 Shamrocks 1 Hampton Hawks 2
Shamrocks lead with 20 minutes to go, but lost to two sloppy goals. Chances went begging earlier on, but with two key players missing and no proper keeper, Shamrocks did well.