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Hawks hit Gornal for six
8:40pm Thursday 18th March 2010 in News
HALAS Hawks under-12 girls returned to form with a 6-3 victory over Gornal thanks to hat-tricks from Amy Blakemore and Megan Hipkiss. Hawks lead 4-0 at the break and continued their sominance in the second half.
Sam King grabbed a winner as the U13s edged past Withymoor 3-2.
Halas had lead 2-0 thanks to Alison Dowen and Charis Maguire but the visitors hit back.
A much improved performance from the U14s saw them beat Ferndale 3-0, Megan Ingram got two while Rhianne Murray added the third.
Katie Monk and Lydia Bradley were on target as Halas ladies beat Ladies United 2-0.
Boys League The Dynamos marched into the final of the Jimmy Mullen tournament at Molineux for a second successive year after topping their group by an imposing nine points, winning seven games and drawing one.
On the way to the final, to be played at Molineux on April 29, they beat Stafford Rangers, Halesowen Town, Wyrley and Trysull.
Top scorers were Jake Saxton (6), Jordan Boffey (3), Jack Blunt (3), Chris Priest (3), Connor Smith (3), Alex Gardener and Harry Vine.
The U11s West were unlucky not to come away with something out of a tight clash with Old Wulfrunians but eventually lost 1-0.
The U12s lost to the only goal of the match against Phoenix, with goalkeeper Charlie Bagley getting man of the match.
Dudley Sports The U11s lost their top two clash with Gornal Colts South 2-1 despite a goal from Harry Clements.
Lee Sidebottom grabbed a consolation as the U14s exited the League Cup 3-1 to Halas Hawks.
There was also disappointment for the U9s who lost 5-0 against Sedgley White Lions and the U10s who lost 1-0 against Warley Albion.
Brierley and Hagley Celtic under-12s beat Wednesfield 6-0 thanks to goals from Dan Wilkinson (2), Joe Dudley, Joe Shaw, Andrew Wilkinson and Scott Painter.
Hasbury Rangers put in their worst showing of the season as they were beaten 2-1 by Perton, Connor Hoban getting the goal.